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Channel 96s daily schedule now features news and current events in Spanish, Portuguese, Arabic and Chinese.
Arabic Broadcasts: 3 to 4 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and 2:30 to 3:30 p.m. Mondays through Sundays, Channel 96.
Chinese Broadcasts: 8 to 9 p.m. Mondays through Fridays and 12:30 to 1:30 p.m. Mondays through Sundays, Channel 96.
Portuguese Broadcasts: 5:30 and 6:30 a.m. and 11 p.m. to midnight Mondays through Sundays.
Also, broadcasts from Cuba, Africa, Venezuela, Montreal, Greece, Mexico, Spain and France daily times listed on CCTVs full online schedule, at http://cctvcambridge.org/schedule.
Rompeviento TV broadcasts from Mexico City: 1 to 3 p.m. Mondays, Wednesdays and Fridays; 6 to 8 p.m. Tuesdays, Thursdays and Saturdays; and 9 to 11 p.m. Sundays
Bate Papo com Shirley: 4 p.m. Thursdays and 9 p.m. Fridays. A monthly talk show in Portuguese, with host Shirley Farber.
Colores Latinos: 9 p.m. Thursdays and 11 a.m. Saturdays. Educates and informs the Hispanic community about health, school programs and cultural events.
Visit http://cctvcambridge.org/espanol for a list of all regular broadcasts in Spanish, and http://cctvcambridge.org/portugues for a list of all regular broadcasts in Portuguese.
Heavy Leather Topless Dance Party: 1:30 p.m. Tuesdays, 10:30 p.m. Thursdays and 1 a.m. Saturdays, Channel 8. Every week, Ken Sleazegrinder, co-host Foxxy Chrome, Strange Fuzz and comedian/announcer, Todd Clay are joined by rock bands, comics and other miscreants for an hour of entertainment on public access television. This week only, catch up on back episodes with mini-marathons: 5 p.m. March 20, 11 a.m. March 21 and 23, 10 p.m. March 24 and 9 p.m. March 26. If you enjoy the show, also tune in for the SLEAZEGRINDER Super Show, live at 5:30 p.m. Monday on Channel 9.
The latest TV highlights are always available at http://cctvcambridge.org/highlights.

Article source: http://cambridge.wickedlocal.com/news/20170323/whats-on-cctv-this-week

È stata ufficializzata sul blog di bigG una funzionalità in fase di test fin dal settembre dello scorso anno e passata attraverso una serie di restyling fino a giungere al lancio di oggi. Si tratta delle scorciatoie inserite nella ricerca Google sui dispositivi mobile, disponibili inizialmente solo negli Stati Uniti su Android, iOS e sulla versione del motore accessibile da browser su smartphone e tablet. In futuro arriveranno anche negli altri territori.

Si tratta essenzialmente di icone posizionate al di sotto del box di ricerca e che permettono di accedere rapidamente a informazioni, funzionalità e aggiornamenti su qualsiasi tema, tramite un semplice tocco del display. L’obiettivo del gruppo di Mountain View è ancora una volta quello di fornire all’utente ciò di cui ha bisogno e ciò che desidera ancora prima che inizi a cercarlo, puntando tutto sull’immediatezza. Ci sono feature di ogni tipo: dai risultati dei match sportivi agli aggiornamenti sulle condizioni meteo, dalle traduzioni al convertitore di valute, senza dimenticare giochi per passare alcuni minuti in completo relax, ristoranti presenti nei dintorni, luoghi d’interesse da visitare e così via.

Le scorciatoie sono raggruppate in specifiche categorie come Nearby (nelle vicinanze), Lifestyle, Tools (strumenti), Fun (divertimento), Weather (meteo), Travel (viaggio) e My stuff (informazioni personali come email, contatti, calendario ecc). In alcuni casi è possibile personalizzarne il comportamento nel dettaglio, come avviene ad esempio con le notizie sportive, così da ricevere contenuti relativi solo alle proprie squadre preferite.

Le scorciatoie introdotte da Google sotto al box di ricerca sui dispositivi mobile permettono di accedere rapidamente a informazioni, funzionalità e aggiornamenti su qualsiasi tema, anche lo sport

Article source: http://www.webnews.it/2017/03/22/google-scorciatoie-ricerca/

Watch daily broadcasts in Arabic: Mondays – Fridays 3-4pm and Mondays – Sundays 2:30-3:30am, Chinese: Mondays – Fridays 8-9pm, Mondays – Sundays 12:30-1:30am, and Portuguese: Mondays – Sundays 11pm-midnight and 5:30-6:30am.

Also, broadcasts from Cuba, Africa, Venezuela, Montreal, Greece, Mexico, Spain, and France – daily times listed on our full TV Schedule.

Also daily, watch Rompeviento TV broadcasts from Mexico City: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 1-3pm, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays 6-8pm, and Sundays 9-11pm.

Also on Channel 96, from producers local to Massachusetts, Bate Papo com Shirley is a monthly talk show in Portuguese with Host Shirley Farber. Watch Thursdays at 4pm and Fridays at 9pm. And in Spanish, Colores Latinos educates and informs the Hispanic community about health, school programs, cultural events, and more – new episodes monthly. Watch Thursdays at 9pm and Saturdays at 11am.

Visit cctvcambridge.org/espanol for a list of all regular broadcasts in Spanish, and cctvcambridge.org/portugues for a list of all regular broadcasts in Portuguese.

The Heavy Leather Topless Dance Party series has been called a “Circus of Anarchy”! Every week, Ken (aka Sleazegrinder), co-host Foxxy Chrome, Strange Fuzz (the most dangerous band in town) and comedian/announcer, Todd Clay are joined by rock bands, comics and other miscreants for the best hour of entertainment on public access television! Watch on Channel 8, Tuesdays at 1:30pm, Thursdays at 10:30pm, and Saturdays at 1am. This week only, catch up on back episodes with mini-marathons: Mon. Mar. 20 at 5pm, Tue. Mar. 21 at 11am, Thu. Mar. 23 at 11am, Fri. Mar. 24 at 10pm, and Sun. Mar. 26 at 9pm.

If you enjoy the show, also tune in for the SLEAZEGRINDER Super Show, live every Monday beginning at 5:30pm on Channel 9.

Speakers at the Mar. 1 Cambridge Town Hal Meeting included Decker, Dr. Jennifer Childs-Roshak, and John McDonough. Watch the meeting during CCTV’s Local Issues and Events block this week on Channel 8, Tue. Mar. 21 at 4:55pm, Wed. Mar. 22 at 5pm, and Sat. Mar. 25 at 4:55pm. On Sun. Mar. 26, the Mar. 1 Town Hall and the preceding one (which was held on February 8) will play back to back, beginning at 11am.

Watch Fri. Mar 24 6-9pm, Sat. Mar. 25 noon-midnight, and Sun. Mar. 26 12-4pm.

Article source: https://www.cctvcambridge.org/TVHighlights_2017_March_Week4

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Le informazioni sono diventate il nostro pane quotidiano, come facciamo a vivere senza esse? Ovviamente, grazie a Google. Meglio ancora, se il modo per consultare quello che ci serve, è rapido. Il nostro smartphone ci aiuta a restare aggiornati su quello che avviene nel mondo circostante.

Le applicazioni, le notifiche e gli assistenti vocali, sono solo la “punta dell’iceberg” per restare aggiornati. Google ha deciso di introdurre dei shortcuts (traduzione letterale di scorciatoie) negli Stati Uniti.

La funzione è disponibile sull’app Search sia su Android che su iOS.

Con Google si resta aggiornati con un solo click


Basta un solo click sulla schermata iniziale e si viene portati alle ultime notizie, divise per categorie. Potremo, quindi, facilmente consultare le notizie sportive, le previsioni del meteo, e altro ancora. Altre funzioni, invece, includono la conversione di valuta, traduzioni, informazioni su hotel, aeroporti e tanto altro ancora sui viaggi.

Per usufruire delle ultime funzionalità delle scorciatoie, è necessario aggiornare all’ultima versione di Google.

Di seguito è mostrato un video che spiega come funzionano le nuove scorciatoie.

Via

Article source: https://www.webmagazine24.it/tecnologia/google-nuovi-shortcuts/

Taipa Village has continued its development as one of Macao’s major non-gaming destinations with innovative new dining and retail concepts opening throughout the village in recent months. These exciting new venues are complemented by the long-awaited opening of a new 400-space car park, which will significantly improve access to Taipa Village.

The new concepts include King’s Lobster restaurant, Restuarante Portugues Pescador, DiGreen, Lord Stow’s Bakery and O Santos Loja Portuguesa.

“We are delighted to welcome these colourful and vibrant establishments, which will further position Taipa Village as Macao’s most sought after lifestyle destination,” says Pamela Chan, Senior Marketing Manager at Taipa Village Destination Limited.

“Tourists and locals alike are being increasingly drawn to the rapidly regenerating Taipa Village, made readily more accessible by the new carpark, improved casino access and ultimately a light rail station due to open in 2019.”

Further openings are anticipated throughout this year, including the entry of number of major international retail brands.

Taipa Village is located in the oldest and best preserved part of Taipa. Formerly home to local fishermen, Taipa Village, with its traditional shophouses and quaint cobbled streets, offers an antidote to the glitz of the neighbouring Cotai Strip. Richly endowed with a mix of Portuguese and Chinese architecture, and with unmistakable Mediterranean touches, Taipa Village is a culturally diverse landmark destination that offers visitors a taste of the original, authentic Macao. Taipa Village, as a new brand concept established by Taipa Village Destination Limited, provides tourists and locals alike with a genuine, relaxed experience through myriad heritage attractions, innovative dining establishments, unique shopping experiences and diverse arts and entertainment offerings. Authentically Macao, Taipa Village combines a rich cultural heritage with historic beauty, harking back to an idyllic blend of East and West.

Article source: http://everythingexperiential.businessworld.in/article/Macao-s-Taipa-Village-launches-innovative-dining-and-retail-concepts-to-promote-tourism/21-03-2017-114795/

Taipa Village has continued its development as one of Macao’s major non-gaming destinations with innovative new dining and retail concepts opening throughout the village in recent months. These exciting new venues are complemented by the long-awaited opening of a new 400-space car park, which will significantly improve access to Taipa Village.

The new concepts include King’s Lobster restaurant, Restuarante Portugues Pescador, DiGreen, Lord Stow’s Bakery and O Santos Loja Portuguesa.

“We are delighted to welcome these colourful and vibrant establishments, which will further position Taipa Village as Macao’s most sought after lifestyle destination,” says Pamela Chan, Senior Marketing Manager at Taipa Village Destination Limited.

“Tourists and locals alike are being increasingly drawn to the rapidly regenerating Taipa Village, made readily more accessible by the new carpark, improved casino access and ultimately a light rail station due to open in 2019.”

Further openings are anticipated throughout this year, including the entry of number of major international retail brands.

Taipa Village is located in the oldest and best preserved part of Taipa. Formerly home to local fishermen, Taipa Village, with its traditional shophouses and quaint cobbled streets, offers an antidote to the glitz of the neighbouring Cotai Strip. Richly endowed with a mix of Portuguese and Chinese architecture, and with unmistakable Mediterranean touches, Taipa Village is a culturally diverse landmark destination that offers visitors a taste of the original, authentic Macao. Taipa Village, as a new brand concept established by Taipa Village Destination Limited, provides tourists and locals alike with a genuine, relaxed experience through myriad heritage attractions, innovative dining establishments, unique shopping experiences and diverse arts and entertainment offerings. Authentically Macao, Taipa Village combines a rich cultural heritage with historic beauty, harking back to an idyllic blend of East and West.

Article source: http://everythingexperiential.businessworld.in/article/Macao-s-Taipa-Village-launches-innovative-dining-and-retail-concepts-to-promote-tourism/21-03-2017-114795/

Taipa Village has continued its development as one of Macao’s major non-gaming destinations with innovative new dining and retail concepts opening throughout the village in recent months. These exciting new venues are complemented by the long-awaited opening of a new 400-space car park, which will significantly improve access to Taipa Village.

The new concepts include King’s Lobster restaurant, Restuarante Portugues Pescador, DiGreen, Lord Stow’s Bakery and O Santos Loja Portuguesa.

“We are delighted to welcome these colourful and vibrant establishments, which will further position Taipa Village as Macao’s most sought after lifestyle destination,” says Pamela Chan, Senior Marketing Manager at Taipa Village Destination Limited.

“Tourists and locals alike are being increasingly drawn to the rapidly regenerating Taipa Village, made readily more accessible by the new carpark, improved casino access and ultimately a light rail station due to open in 2019.”

Further openings are anticipated throughout this year, including the entry of number of major international retail brands.

Taipa Village is located in the oldest and best preserved part of Taipa. Formerly home to local fishermen, Taipa Village, with its traditional shophouses and quaint cobbled streets, offers an antidote to the glitz of the neighbouring Cotai Strip. Richly endowed with a mix of Portuguese and Chinese architecture, and with unmistakable Mediterranean touches, Taipa Village is a culturally diverse landmark destination that offers visitors a taste of the original, authentic Macao. Taipa Village, as a new brand concept established by Taipa Village Destination Limited, provides tourists and locals alike with a genuine, relaxed experience through myriad heritage attractions, innovative dining establishments, unique shopping experiences and diverse arts and entertainment offerings. Authentically Macao, Taipa Village combines a rich cultural heritage with historic beauty, harking back to an idyllic blend of East and West.

Article source: http://everythingexperiential.businessworld.in/article/Macao-s-Taipa-Village-launches-innovative-dining-and-retail-concepts-to-promote-tourism/21-03-2017-114795/

Taipa Village has continued its development as one of Macao’s major non-gaming destinations with innovative new dining and retail concepts opening throughout the village in recent months. These exciting new venues are complemented by the long-awaited opening of a new 400-space car park, which will significantly improve access to Taipa Village.

The new concepts include King’s Lobster restaurant, Restuarante Portugues Pescador, DiGreen, Lord Stow’s Bakery and O Santos Loja Portuguesa.

“We are delighted to welcome these colourful and vibrant establishments, which will further position Taipa Village as Macao’s most sought after lifestyle destination,” says Pamela Chan, Senior Marketing Manager at Taipa Village Destination Limited.

“Tourists and locals alike are being increasingly drawn to the rapidly regenerating Taipa Village, made readily more accessible by the new carpark, improved casino access and ultimately a light rail station due to open in 2019.”

Further openings are anticipated throughout this year, including the entry of number of major international retail brands.

Taipa Village is located in the oldest and best preserved part of Taipa. Formerly home to local fishermen, Taipa Village, with its traditional shophouses and quaint cobbled streets, offers an antidote to the glitz of the neighbouring Cotai Strip. Richly endowed with a mix of Portuguese and Chinese architecture, and with unmistakable Mediterranean touches, Taipa Village is a culturally diverse landmark destination that offers visitors a taste of the original, authentic Macao. Taipa Village, as a new brand concept established by Taipa Village Destination Limited, provides tourists and locals alike with a genuine, relaxed experience through myriad heritage attractions, innovative dining establishments, unique shopping experiences and diverse arts and entertainment offerings. Authentically Macao, Taipa Village combines a rich cultural heritage with historic beauty, harking back to an idyllic blend of East and West.

Article source: http://everythingexperiential.businessworld.in/article/Macao-s-Taipa-Village-launches-innovative-dining-and-retail-concepts-to-promote-tourism/21-03-2017-114795/

Taipa Village has continued its development as one of Macao’s major non-gaming destinations with innovative new dining and retail concepts opening throughout the village in recent months. These exciting new venues are complemented by the long-awaited opening of a new 400-space car park, which will significantly improve access to Taipa Village.

The new concepts include King’s Lobster restaurant, Restuarante Portugues Pescador, DiGreen, Lord Stow’s Bakery and O Santos Loja Portuguesa.

“We are delighted to welcome these colourful and vibrant establishments, which will further position Taipa Village as Macao’s most sought after lifestyle destination,” says Pamela Chan, Senior Marketing Manager at Taipa Village Destination Limited.

“Tourists and locals alike are being increasingly drawn to the rapidly regenerating Taipa Village, made readily more accessible by the new carpark, improved casino access and ultimately a light rail station due to open in 2019.”

Further openings are anticipated throughout this year, including the entry of number of major international retail brands.

Taipa Village is located in the oldest and best preserved part of Taipa. Formerly home to local fishermen, Taipa Village, with its traditional shophouses and quaint cobbled streets, offers an antidote to the glitz of the neighbouring Cotai Strip. Richly endowed with a mix of Portuguese and Chinese architecture, and with unmistakable Mediterranean touches, Taipa Village is a culturally diverse landmark destination that offers visitors a taste of the original, authentic Macao. Taipa Village, as a new brand concept established by Taipa Village Destination Limited, provides tourists and locals alike with a genuine, relaxed experience through myriad heritage attractions, innovative dining establishments, unique shopping experiences and diverse arts and entertainment offerings. Authentically Macao, Taipa Village combines a rich cultural heritage with historic beauty, harking back to an idyllic blend of East and West.

Article source: http://everythingexperiential.businessworld.in/article/Macao-s-Taipa-Village-launches-innovative-dining-and-retail-concepts-to-promote-tourism/21-03-2017-114795/

Taipa Village has continued its development as one of Macao’s major non-gaming destinations with innovative new dining and retail concepts opening throughout the village in recent months. These exciting new venues are complemented by the long-awaited opening of a new 400-space car park, which will significantly improve access to Taipa Village.

The new concepts include King’s Lobster restaurant, Restuarante Portugues Pescador, DiGreen, Lord Stow’s Bakery and O Santos Loja Portuguesa.

“We are delighted to welcome these colourful and vibrant establishments, which will further position Taipa Village as Macao’s most sought after lifestyle destination,” says Pamela Chan, Senior Marketing Manager at Taipa Village Destination Limited.

“Tourists and locals alike are being increasingly drawn to the rapidly regenerating Taipa Village, made readily more accessible by the new carpark, improved casino access and ultimately a light rail station due to open in 2019.”

Further openings are anticipated throughout this year, including the entry of number of major international retail brands.

Taipa Village is located in the oldest and best preserved part of Taipa. Formerly home to local fishermen, Taipa Village, with its traditional shophouses and quaint cobbled streets, offers an antidote to the glitz of the neighbouring Cotai Strip. Richly endowed with a mix of Portuguese and Chinese architecture, and with unmistakable Mediterranean touches, Taipa Village is a culturally diverse landmark destination that offers visitors a taste of the original, authentic Macao. Taipa Village, as a new brand concept established by Taipa Village Destination Limited, provides tourists and locals alike with a genuine, relaxed experience through myriad heritage attractions, innovative dining establishments, unique shopping experiences and diverse arts and entertainment offerings. Authentically Macao, Taipa Village combines a rich cultural heritage with historic beauty, harking back to an idyllic blend of East and West.

Article source: http://everythingexperiential.businessworld.in/article/Macao-s-Taipa-Village-launches-innovative-dining-and-retail-concepts-to-promote-tourism/21-03-2017-114795/

Taipa Village has continued its development as one of Macao’s major non-gaming destinations with innovative new dining and retail concepts opening throughout the village in recent months. These exciting new venues are complemented by the long-awaited opening of a new 400-space car park, which will significantly improve access to Taipa Village.

The new concepts include King’s Lobster restaurant, Restuarante Portugues Pescador, DiGreen, Lord Stow’s Bakery and O Santos Loja Portuguesa.

“We are delighted to welcome these colourful and vibrant establishments, which will further position Taipa Village as Macao’s most sought after lifestyle destination,” says Pamela Chan, Senior Marketing Manager at Taipa Village Destination Limited.

“Tourists and locals alike are being increasingly drawn to the rapidly regenerating Taipa Village, made readily more accessible by the new carpark, improved casino access and ultimately a light rail station due to open in 2019.”

Further openings are anticipated throughout this year, including the entry of number of major international retail brands.

Taipa Village is located in the oldest and best preserved part of Taipa. Formerly home to local fishermen, Taipa Village, with its traditional shophouses and quaint cobbled streets, offers an antidote to the glitz of the neighbouring Cotai Strip. Richly endowed with a mix of Portuguese and Chinese architecture, and with unmistakable Mediterranean touches, Taipa Village is a culturally diverse landmark destination that offers visitors a taste of the original, authentic Macao. Taipa Village, as a new brand concept established by Taipa Village Destination Limited, provides tourists and locals alike with a genuine, relaxed experience through myriad heritage attractions, innovative dining establishments, unique shopping experiences and diverse arts and entertainment offerings. Authentically Macao, Taipa Village combines a rich cultural heritage with historic beauty, harking back to an idyllic blend of East and West.

Article source: http://everythingexperiential.businessworld.in/article/Macao-s-Taipa-Village-launches-innovative-dining-and-retail-concepts-to-promote-tourism/21-03-2017-114795/

Taipa Village has continued its development as one of Macao’s major non-gaming destinations with innovative new dining and retail concepts opening throughout the village in recent months. These exciting new venues are complemented by the long-awaited opening of a new 400-space car park, which will significantly improve access to Taipa Village.

The new concepts include King’s Lobster restaurant, Restuarante Portugues Pescador, DiGreen, Lord Stow’s Bakery and O Santos Loja Portuguesa.

“We are delighted to welcome these colourful and vibrant establishments, which will further position Taipa Village as Macao’s most sought after lifestyle destination,” says Pamela Chan, Senior Marketing Manager at Taipa Village Destination Limited.

“Tourists and locals alike are being increasingly drawn to the rapidly regenerating Taipa Village, made readily more accessible by the new carpark, improved casino access and ultimately a light rail station due to open in 2019.”

Further openings are anticipated throughout this year, including the entry of number of major international retail brands.

Taipa Village is located in the oldest and best preserved part of Taipa. Formerly home to local fishermen, Taipa Village, with its traditional shophouses and quaint cobbled streets, offers an antidote to the glitz of the neighbouring Cotai Strip. Richly endowed with a mix of Portuguese and Chinese architecture, and with unmistakable Mediterranean touches, Taipa Village is a culturally diverse landmark destination that offers visitors a taste of the original, authentic Macao. Taipa Village, as a new brand concept established by Taipa Village Destination Limited, provides tourists and locals alike with a genuine, relaxed experience through myriad heritage attractions, innovative dining establishments, unique shopping experiences and diverse arts and entertainment offerings. Authentically Macao, Taipa Village combines a rich cultural heritage with historic beauty, harking back to an idyllic blend of East and West.

Article source: http://everythingexperiential.businessworld.in/article/Macao-s-Taipa-Village-launches-innovative-dining-and-retail-concepts-to-promote-tourism/21-03-2017-114795/

Taipa Village has continued its development as one of Macao’s major non-gaming destinations with innovative new dining and retail concepts opening throughout the village in recent months. These exciting new venues are complemented by the long-awaited opening of a new 400-space car park, which will significantly improve access to Taipa Village.

The new concepts include King’s Lobster restaurant, Restuarante Portugues Pescador, DiGreen, Lord Stow’s Bakery and O Santos Loja Portuguesa.

“We are delighted to welcome these colourful and vibrant establishments, which will further position Taipa Village as Macao’s most sought after lifestyle destination,” says Pamela Chan, Senior Marketing Manager at Taipa Village Destination Limited.

“Tourists and locals alike are being increasingly drawn to the rapidly regenerating Taipa Village, made readily more accessible by the new carpark, improved casino access and ultimately a light rail station due to open in 2019.”

Further openings are anticipated throughout this year, including the entry of number of major international retail brands.

Taipa Village is located in the oldest and best preserved part of Taipa. Formerly home to local fishermen, Taipa Village, with its traditional shophouses and quaint cobbled streets, offers an antidote to the glitz of the neighbouring Cotai Strip. Richly endowed with a mix of Portuguese and Chinese architecture, and with unmistakable Mediterranean touches, Taipa Village is a culturally diverse landmark destination that offers visitors a taste of the original, authentic Macao. Taipa Village, as a new brand concept established by Taipa Village Destination Limited, provides tourists and locals alike with a genuine, relaxed experience through myriad heritage attractions, innovative dining establishments, unique shopping experiences and diverse arts and entertainment offerings. Authentically Macao, Taipa Village combines a rich cultural heritage with historic beauty, harking back to an idyllic blend of East and West.

Article source: http://everythingexperiential.businessworld.in/article/Macao-s-Taipa-Village-launches-innovative-dining-and-retail-concepts-to-promote-tourism/21-03-2017-114795/

Taipa Village has continued its development as one of Macao’s major non-gaming destinations with innovative new dining and retail concepts opening throughout the village in recent months. These exciting new venues are complemented by the long-awaited opening of a new 400-space car park, which will significantly improve access to Taipa Village.

The new concepts include King’s Lobster restaurant, Restuarante Portugues Pescador, DiGreen, Lord Stow’s Bakery and O Santos Loja Portuguesa.

“We are delighted to welcome these colourful and vibrant establishments, which will further position Taipa Village as Macao’s most sought after lifestyle destination,” says Pamela Chan, Senior Marketing Manager at Taipa Village Destination Limited.

“Tourists and locals alike are being increasingly drawn to the rapidly regenerating Taipa Village, made readily more accessible by the new carpark, improved casino access and ultimately a light rail station due to open in 2019.”

Further openings are anticipated throughout this year, including the entry of number of major international retail brands.

Taipa Village is located in the oldest and best preserved part of Taipa. Formerly home to local fishermen, Taipa Village, with its traditional shophouses and quaint cobbled streets, offers an antidote to the glitz of the neighbouring Cotai Strip. Richly endowed with a mix of Portuguese and Chinese architecture, and with unmistakable Mediterranean touches, Taipa Village is a culturally diverse landmark destination that offers visitors a taste of the original, authentic Macao. Taipa Village, as a new brand concept established by Taipa Village Destination Limited, provides tourists and locals alike with a genuine, relaxed experience through myriad heritage attractions, innovative dining establishments, unique shopping experiences and diverse arts and entertainment offerings. Authentically Macao, Taipa Village combines a rich cultural heritage with historic beauty, harking back to an idyllic blend of East and West.

Article source: http://everythingexperiential.businessworld.in/article/Macao-s-Taipa-Village-launches-innovative-dining-and-retail-concepts-to-promote-tourism/21-03-2017-114795/

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Sunday March 12

FESTIVAL Explore the cuisine of Portugal at the Bairro Portugues Food and Wine Fair. Feast on chorizo rolls, paella, garlic prawns and grilled sardines, as well as traditional sweets like malasadas and pasteis de nata. 10am-6pm, Audley and Fisher streets, Petersham, free, 9335 2222, innerwest.nsw.gov.au.

COMMUNITY As part of the Living in Harmony Festival, the Welcome Tree gives a space for Sydneysiders to post their messages of support for refugees and asylum seekers. The installation launches with Iraqi drumming and Persian music. 11am-12.30pm, Customs House, 31 Alfred Street, city, free (bookings essential), cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au.

More NSW News Videos

Plane lands without its propeller

Plane lands without its propeller

A REX pilot makes a calm call to flight control after losing a propeller mid flight between Albury and Sydney. (Vision courtesy: ABC New)

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Plane propeller shears off mid-flight

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Passengers on a Regional Express aircraft endured a nightmare flight after one of its propellers sheared off in mid-flight, forcing it to make an emergency landing at Sydney Airport.Vision: Channel Seven

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Trailer: Tender

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Set against the stunning backdrop of the industrial seaside town of Port Kembla, a feisty and resilient community group have determined to take back the responsibility that most of us leave to someone else – to care for their own dead. Trailer courtesy Scarlett Pictures at http://www.tenderdocumentary.com.au

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Rhys Raymond-Jones developed his own beer recipe during an internship with craft beer brewery Rocks Brewing Co.

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NSW SES Commissioner Mark Smethurst warns residents of the mid north coast towards the Queensland border to prepare for the potential of heavy rains and flash flooding, as up to 100mm of rain is expected to fall on Saturday and Sunday. Vision courtesy ABC News 24

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Rescuers searched through the night for 11-year-old Ryan Teasdale, believed to be swept away in flood waters while riding a bodyboard in Wollongong on Thursday.

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Teams continue to look for 11-year-old Ryan Teasdale, who is feared swept away in floodwaters in the Wollongong suburb of Unanderra. Vision courtesy ABC News 24

‘The you beaut country’ coming to Sydney

John Olsen’s incredible landscapes will be showcased at the Art Gallery of NSW.

FILM The Monster Fest Travelling Sideshow, a Melbourne horror flick event, comes to Sydney to share the shivers. For closing night, cinemagoers can catch the premiere of Skinford, about a conman who meets a woman who can’t seem to die, followed by a QA with star Charlotte Best, of Puberty Blues fame. 7pm, Event Cinemas, 525 George Street, city, $21, 9273 7300, eventcinemas.com.au.

Monday March 13

ART John Olsen: The You Beaut Country (until June 12) is a survey exhibition covering the decades-long career of the esteemed Australian artist. See his dynamic large-scale paintings of the harbour and Lake Eyre, as well as ceramics, tapestries and works on paper. 10am-5pm, Art Gallery of NSW, The Domain, city, $16, 1800 679 278, artgallery.nsw.gov.au.

BOOKS Herald columnist Peter FitzSimons speaks about his latest title, The Great Aussie Bloke Slim-Down, as he discusses the fad diets that didn’t work for him and his tips for leading a healthier life. 6pm, Greg Percival Library, corner Oxford and Cumberland roads, Ingleburn, free (bookings essential), 4645 4444, campbelltown.nsw.gov.au/libraries.

Tuesday March 14

MUSIC Chilean-American electronic artist Nicolas Jaar has had a second Sydney show added to meet demand. Mixmag called him “a groundbreaking artist using all the weapons at his disposal in an attempt to move you” for his most recent album, Sirens8pm, Metro Theatre, city, $83, 9550 3666, ticketek.com.au.

TALK For the Walkley Media Talk: The Media and the Middle East, a panel of journalists and the former director-general of Al Jazeera, Wadah Khanfar, ponder the current challenges of reporting from the region. 6pm, State Library, Macquarie Street, city, free (bookings essential), 9333 0920, walkleys.com.

Wednesday March 15

COMEDY Feminist organisation Women’s Electoral Lobby celebrates its 45th anniversary with the funny fundraiser Women Stand-Up for WEL. The all-female line-up of laughs features Jackie Loeb, Julia Wilson, Frida Deguise, Sabrina D’Angelo and Lou Pollard. 7.30pm, Paddo RSL, Paddington, $40, wel.org.au.

MUSIC As the daughter of bossa nova forefather Joao Gilberto, Bebel Gilberto has music in her blood. Hear the singer as she gets crowds grooving to her chilled-out Brazilian sounds. 8pm, State Theatre, city, $89-$130, 136 100, ticketmaster.com.au.

Thursday March 16

STAGE More than 160 pint-sized plays have been seen for Short+Sweet Theatre. The competition is now wrapping up with the gala finals (until March 18) getting under way to reveal which were the best works clocking in at under 10 minutes. 7.30pm, The Depot Theatre, Marrickville, $38, shortandsweet.org/sydney.

STAGE Italian theatre company Motus’ experimental MDLSX (until March 18) was a New York Times critics’ pick for its original examination of gender fluidity and androgyny. Star Silvia Calderoni melds fiction with her life story through family home videos, monologue and a musical soundtrack from The Smiths, Vampire Weekend and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. 7.30pm, Carriageworks, Eveleigh, $35, 1300 723 038, carriageworks.com.au.

Friday March 17

SPORT Beach volleyballers from around the globe hit the sand for the start of Volleyfest (until March 26). Olympians Louise Bawden, Taliqua Clancy, Nicole Laird and Mariafe Artacho del Solar are a few of the Aussies showing off their skills during the 10-day event. 10am-5pm, Manly Beach, free, volleyfest.com.au.

MUSIC Spend St Patrick’s Day with Irish singer Mundy, perhaps best known for his cover of Steve Earle’s Galway Girl and his breakthrough single To You I Bestow, as featured on the bestselling soundtrack to Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet. 8.30pm, The Basement, Circular Quay, $45, 9251 2797, thebasement.com.au.

Saturday March 18

FESTIVAL Northern Beaches musical bash Party in the Park returns with this year’s line-up including Boy and Bear, Angus Stone’s side project Dope Lemon, The Delta Riggs, Nicole Millar and more. 1pm-11pm, Pittwater Park, North Narrabeen Reserve, Warriewood, $89, partyinthepark.com.au.

FAMILY Crazy Times is a new contemporary dance work made especially to engage the imaginations of children. Presented by Sydney Dance Company and Co3, Antony Hamilton’s choreography transports viewers into a futuristic world. 2.30pm and 6.30pm, Sydney Opera House, $25-$29, 9250 7777, sydneyoperahouse.com.

Sunday March 19

FAMILY For those who want to tick breaking a Guinness World Record off their bucket list, here’s a chance: the Powerhouse Museum is aiming to gather the largest group of people dressed as mummies. Wrappings are provided and both young and old are invited to take part in the fun. 10am, Powerhouse Museum, Ultimo, free, 9217 0111, maas.museum.

MUSIC Keyboard musicians Bill Schumacher and Debbie Fitzsummons play Marrickville Town Hall’s grand old Wurlitzer organ with a program of cinematic songs such as Charlie Chaplin’s Smile and Pinocchio’s When You Wish upon a Star. 2pm, Marrickville Town Hall, Marrickville, $35, tosa.net.au.

LOOK AHEAD

NEXT WEEK Hailing from the Appalachian mountains of Virginia, buzzed-about Americana singer-songwriter Dori Freeman returns to play tunes from her Kickstarter funded self-titled album. March 20, Newtown Social Club, Newtown, $33.50, 9550 3974, newtownsocialclub.com.

NEXT MONTH Tony-winning hit musical Kinky Boots finally arrives in Sydney with its story of a family-run shoe factory that finds a niche business making footwear for drag queens. Hear the score from pop legend Cyndi Lauper with a cast led by Callum Francis and Toby Francis. April 12 to June 25, Capitol Theatre, Haymarket, $55-$170, 9320 5000, ticketmaster.com.au.

Article source: http://www.theage.com.au/entertainment/whats-on-sydney/sydney-whats-on-guide-a-week-of-attractions-to-choose-from-20170307-gus9en

STREET signs in languages from Polish to Portuguese could soon be seen in Tyrone and Derry under new council plans.

Mid Ulster council has put forward plans to allow for multi-lingual street signs if they are requested by enough residents in the local area.

The proposals could lead to street signs in Irish as well as Portuguese, Lithuanian, Polish – or any other language requested by householders.

Street names would be displayed in both English and a second language under the proposals.

Council papers show how a street sign might look in Portuguese, with ‘Cunninghams Lane’ translated to ‘Beco Cunninghams’.

The examples also include ‘Tonnaght Heights’ alongside its Irish alternative ‘Arda Thonnaigh’.

Councillors discussed the local authority’s planned ‘dual language’ policy at an environment committee meeting last week.

According to the Tyrone Courier, any change would require 25 per cent of residents to respond to a consultation and a vote in favour from just over half of those respondents.

The Mid Ulster council area has the highest percentage of residents born outside Britain or Ireland at 6.4 per cent, according to Northern Ireland Strategic Migration Partnership.

The local authority area includes Dungannon, which has the highest proportion of migrants of any town in the north.

Migrants represented more than 10 per cent of area’s the local population in 2011 – an increase from one per cent a decade earlier.

Article source: http://www.irishnews.com/news/2017/01/18/news/council-plans-for-street-signs-in-portuguese-890130/

Watch daily broadcasts in Arabic: Mondays – Fridays 3-4pm and Mondays – Sundays 2:30-3:30am, Chinese: Mondays – Fridays 8-9pm, Mondays – Sundays 12:30-1:30am, and Portuguese: Mondays – Sundays 11pm-midnight and 5:30-6:30am.

Also, broadcasts from Cuba, Africa, Venezuela, Montreal, Greece, Mexico, Spain, and France – daily times listed on our full TV Schedule.

Also daily, watch Rompeviento TV broadcasts from Mexico City: Mondays, Wednesdays, and Fridays 1-3pm, Tuesdays, Thursdays, and Saturdays 6-8pm, and Sundays 9-11pm.

Also on Channel 96, from producers local to Massachusetts, Bate Papo com Shirley is a monthly talk show in Portuguese with Host Shirley Farber. Watch Thursdays at 4pm and Fridays at 9pm. And in Spanish, Colores Latinos educates and informs the Hispanic community about health, school programs, cultural events, and more – new episodes monthly. Watch Thursdays at 9pm and Saturdays at 11am.

Visit cctvcambridge.org/espanol for a list of all regular broadcasts in Spanish, and cctvcambridge.org/portugues for a list of all regular broadcasts in Portuguese.

The Heavy Leather Topless Dance Party series has been called a “Circus of Anarchy”! Every week, Ken (aka Sleazegrinder), co-host Foxxy Chrome, Strange Fuzz (the most dangerous band in town) and comedian/announcer, Todd Clay are joined by rock bands, comics and other miscreants for the best hour of entertainment on public access television! Watch on Channel 8, Tuesdays at 1:30pm, Thursdays at 10:30pm, and Saturdays at 1am. This week only, catch up on back episodes with mini-marathons: Mon. Mar. 20 at 5pm, Tue. Mar. 21 at 11am, Thu. Mar. 23 at 11am, Fri. Mar. 24 at 10pm, and Sun. Mar. 26 at 9pm.

If you enjoy the show, also tune in for the SLEAZEGRINDER Super Show, live every Monday beginning at 5:30pm on Channel 9.

Speakers at the Mar. 1 Cambridge Town Hal Meeting included Decker, Dr. Jennifer Childs-Roshak, and John McDonough. Watch the meeting during CCTV’s Local Issues and Events block this week on Channel 8, Tue. Mar. 21 at 4:55pm, Wed. Mar. 22 at 5pm, and Sat. Mar. 25 at 4:55pm. On Sun. Mar. 26, the Mar. 1 Town Hall and the preceding one (which was held on February 8) will play back to back, beginning at 11am.

Watch Fri. Mar 24 6-9pm, Sat. Mar. 25 noon-midnight, and Sun. Mar. 26 12-4pm.

Article source: https://www.cctvcambridge.org/TVHighlights_2017_March_Week4

  • Lucía Ruíz, educadora comunitaria de la Asociación Civil “Selva Amazónica”
  • Con respecto al AMP, que es un anticuerpo que busca bloquear la infección de VIH
  • Ayer iniciaron con la selección de voluntarios

 

Un estudio de investigación que se viene desarrollando a nivel Latinoamérica y EE.UU es el AMP, el mismo que significa, Anticuerpos Me Protege. A nivel de Perú, existen cuatro sedes, tres en la capital y una en Iquitos, que en este caso es la Asociación Civil “Selva Amazónica”. Este estudio está dirigido a gays, varones que tienen sexo con otros hombres, y trans tanto varones como mujeres, que no sea portadores del virus del VIH.

“Este estudio lo que trata es buscar si efectivamente este anticuerpo neutraliza al virus del VIH, al funcionar se evitaría que la persona se infecte con VIH, “Prácticamente va a trabajar como bloquear la enfermedad para que no siga avanzando”, refiere Lucía  Ruíz, educadora comunitaria de dicha asociación.

Justamente ayer se inició este estudio que está dirigido a un total de 225 voluntarios. “Tenemos una buena aceptación en la comunidad gay y trans, ellos, incluso, están viniendo y están a la espera de poder ingresar a este estudio. Este estudio es una esperanza al final, después de más de 30 años que estamos buscando solución al VIH para que no existan más personas infectadas, empezando desde los jóvenes y personas mayores”.

“Muchas veces decían que el VIH era solo para la población gay, ahora no discrimina, a cualquiera nos puede dar, dependiendo de nuestro comportamiento sexual, porque uno nunca sabe la historia sexual de nuestra pareja, pero nosotros sabemos lo nuestro, entonces si pasa eso puede suceder que la pareja se infecte, este estudio lo que quiere es buscar la esperanza de que si se utiliza este tipo de anticuerpos que bloquee el VIH, va a ser el inicio de otros estudios en búsqueda de la vacuna, porque nuestro fin es la vacuna, así que es más fácil prevenir que curar”, asevera.

Para lograr captar voluntarios la asociación cuenta con reclutadores o redentores, quienes van a lugares como discotecas, tragotecas, zonas donde juegan vóley, y ellos los invitan, “Este es un trabajo voluntario, nadie está obligado, el que quiere viene y pasa, el que sale negativo se le invita a participar en el estudio, si sale positivo a VIH se le ofrece la oportunidad de recibir el tratamiento de retroviral, nosotros tenemos la oportunidad de tener la unidad de atención de tratamiento retroviral para personas infectadas”.

El estudio empezó el año pasado, en los primeros meses, pero recién este año se activó, “Ayer se ha iniciado, hemos enrolado a nuestro primer participante, para nosotros es una alegría porque hemos pasado por una serie de etapas de preparación para poder enrolar a este primer voluntario y ya hemos empezado a buscar más  porque la meta es 225, este centro de investigación es un centro acreditado para poder hacer consejería, captar voluntarios, dar la medicación adecuada bajo la norma de seguridad y normas del ISO 5, así como las medidas de bioseguridad.

(LR) Si hay una persona que está interesada en querer participar en este ensayo

Claro, sí tienen que ser personas sanas pero que sean hombres que tienen sexo con hombres, gays y trans. Las puertas están abiertas, pueden venir, se les evalúa, nuestro grupo etario está entre 20 a 40 años, acá reciben la prueba rápida de Vih, consejería, asesoría, entre otros, pero todo es gratis, no se cobra ni un sol.

(LR) Algún mensaje final

Pienso que los estudios de investigación están bien llevados, son a la larga una esperanza de vida para la población, mucha gente viene y pregunta que han escuchado la curación del vih, eso aún no hay, lo que sí hay es tratamiento para alargar la vida del paciente y prevención  como el uso del condón, tener una sola pareja sexual, etc. (MIPR)

Article source: http://diariolaregion.com/web/este-estudio-es-una-esperanza/


Ormai ci siamo. Mancano solo poche ore al 12 marzo 2017, data che segnerà il traguardo storico dei 70 anni di vita della Ferrari. A Maranello fervono i preparativi per la festa, lì dove nel lontano 1947 nacque la prima automobile marchiata con il rosso della casa emiliana fondata da Enzo Ferrari: la mitica 125s.

Per celebrare la grande storia del Cavallino rampante, anche Sky si mobiliterà con una programmazione del tutto speciale ed inedita. Il canale 207, ovvero quello dedicato interamente alla Formula 1 (Sky Sport F1 HD), diventerà per un giorno “Ferrari 70″, proprio in occasione dell’anniversario dell’azienda automobilistica di Maranello.

A partire dalle 6 mattino, l’emittente satellitare offrirà ai propri abbonati un’intera giornata di ricordi e di emozioni, attraverso le interviste e le gare più importanti della storia ferrarista. Una vera e propria cineteca firmata “Ferrari”, grazie alla quale si ripercorreranno gli anni più significativi dell’era moderna senza dimenticare le parole dei grandi uomini del passato.

Il piatto forte del palinsesto prevede anche la replica, in diverse ore della giornata, di due gare colme di emozioni: il Gran Premio del Giappone 2000, che consegnò il primo titolo mondiale piloti a Michael Schumacher dopo 21 anni dal successo di Jody Scheckter, ed il Gran Premio del Brasile 2007, con il quale Kimi Raikkonen vinse l’ultimo titolo iridato della Ferrari in Formula 1.
Da non perdere anche l’appuntamento di “High Tech”, che per l’occasione farà rivivere agli appassionati le monoposto più belle e gloriose di questi lunghissimi settant’anni.
Una vera e propria maratona televisiva ferrarista dalla durata di ventiquattro ore, disponibile anche tramite il sevizio Sky On Demand, per non perdersi nemmeno un secondo di emozioni in qualsiasi momento.

Oltre a questa imperdibile offerta, anche Sky Sport 24 HD (dedicato alle notizie sportive 24 ore su 24, canale 200) proporrà alcuni collegamenti speciali con contributi ed interviste esclusive.
Di seguito elenchiamo i programmi previsti per domani, disponibili in diverse ore della giornata e visibili anche con Sky On Demand per tutta la domenica 12 marzo:
– “High Tech – Speciale 70 anni Ferrari”, un viaggio attraverso le Ferrari più belle di sempre
– “Storie di GP: Giappone 2000″, il primo titolo di Michael Schumacher in rosso
– “Storie di GP: Brasile 2007″, l’ultimo mondiale vinto dalla Ferrari con Kimi Raikkonen
– “Speciale Ferrari – Mondiale 2007″, la cavalcata trionfale dell’intero campionato 2007
– “Presentazione Ferrari 2017″, per rivivere la nascita dell’attuale SF70H
– “Montezemolo: la mia storia da corsa”, l’ex presidente della Ferrari si racconta in un’intervista
– “I signori della F1″, con interviste esclusive a Michael Schumacher, Niki Lauda, Jean Todt e Piero Ferrari

Anche CircusF1 festeggia i 70 anni della Ferrari

Siete curiosi di conoscere ulteriori storie ed aneddoti legati ai 70 anni della Ferrari? Allora il nostro blog è il posto giusto per placare la vostra sete di storia. Con un’iniziativa avviata già all’alba di quest’anno, anche CircusF1 desidera tributare l’anniversario ferrarista con una rubrica dal titolo “Settanta Ferrari”.

Per tutto l’anno solare 2017, pubblicheremo le analisi sulle auto più belle e vincenti di sempre (anche extra-Formula 1), senza dimenticare di omaggiare i piloti, gli uomini, i tifosi ed i gran premi che hanno segnato un’epoca, nella buona e nella cattiva sorte.
Il tutto sotto il marchio del Cavallino, motivo di vanto e orgoglio dell’intera industria automobilistica italiana nel mondo.

Se volete leggere o rileggere gli articoli già presenti sul nostro sito, potete trovarli tutti cliccando sul seguente link #SettantaFerrari

Nei prossimi giorni continueremo ad arricchire la sezione con nuove ed interessanti uscite.

Article source: http://www.circusf1.com/2017/03/sky-sport-f1-hd-dedica-24-ore-in-tv-per-celebrare-i-70-anni-ferrari.php


Ormai ci siamo. Mancano solo poche ore al 12 marzo 2017, data che segnerà il traguardo storico dei 70 anni di vita della Ferrari. A Maranello fervono i preparativi per la festa, lì dove nel lontano 1947 nacque la prima automobile marchiata con il rosso della casa emiliana fondata da Enzo Ferrari: la mitica 125s.

Per celebrare la grande storia del Cavallino rampante, anche Sky si mobiliterà con una programmazione del tutto speciale ed inedita. Il canale 207, ovvero quello dedicato interamente alla Formula 1 (Sky Sport F1 HD), diventerà per un giorno “Ferrari 70″, proprio in occasione dell’anniversario dell’azienda automobilistica di Maranello.

A partire dalle 6 mattino, l’emittente satellitare offrirà ai propri abbonati un’intera giornata di ricordi e di emozioni, attraverso le interviste e le gare più importanti della storia ferrarista. Una vera e propria cineteca firmata “Ferrari”, grazie alla quale si ripercorreranno gli anni più significativi dell’era moderna senza dimenticare le parole dei grandi uomini del passato.

Il piatto forte del palinsesto prevede anche la replica, in diverse ore della giornata, di due gare colme di emozioni: il Gran Premio del Giappone 2000, che consegnò il primo titolo mondiale piloti a Michael Schumacher dopo 21 anni dal successo di Jody Scheckter, ed il Gran Premio del Brasile 2007, con il quale Kimi Raikkonen vinse l’ultimo titolo iridato della Ferrari in Formula 1.
Da non perdere anche l’appuntamento di “High Tech”, che per l’occasione farà rivivere agli appassionati le monoposto più belle e gloriose di questi lunghissimi settant’anni.
Una vera e propria maratona televisiva ferrarista dalla durata di ventiquattro ore, disponibile anche tramite il sevizio Sky On Demand, per non perdersi nemmeno un secondo di emozioni in qualsiasi momento.

Oltre a questa imperdibile offerta, anche Sky Sport 24 HD (dedicato alle notizie sportive 24 ore su 24, canale 200) proporrà alcuni collegamenti speciali con contributi ed interviste esclusive.
Di seguito elenchiamo i programmi previsti per domani, disponibili in diverse ore della giornata e visibili anche con Sky On Demand per tutta la domenica 12 marzo:
– “High Tech – Speciale 70 anni Ferrari”, un viaggio attraverso le Ferrari più belle di sempre
– “Storie di GP: Giappone 2000″, il primo titolo di Michael Schumacher in rosso
– “Storie di GP: Brasile 2007″, l’ultimo mondiale vinto dalla Ferrari con Kimi Raikkonen
– “Speciale Ferrari – Mondiale 2007″, la cavalcata trionfale dell’intero campionato 2007
– “Presentazione Ferrari 2017″, per rivivere la nascita dell’attuale SF70H
– “Montezemolo: la mia storia da corsa”, l’ex presidente della Ferrari si racconta in un’intervista
– “I signori della F1″, con interviste esclusive a Michael Schumacher, Niki Lauda, Jean Todt e Piero Ferrari

Anche CircusF1 festeggia i 70 anni della Ferrari

Siete curiosi di conoscere ulteriori storie ed aneddoti legati ai 70 anni della Ferrari? Allora il nostro blog è il posto giusto per placare la vostra sete di storia. Con un’iniziativa avviata già all’alba di quest’anno, anche CircusF1 desidera tributare l’anniversario ferrarista con una rubrica dal titolo “Settanta Ferrari”.

Per tutto l’anno solare 2017, pubblicheremo le analisi sulle auto più belle e vincenti di sempre (anche extra-Formula 1), senza dimenticare di omaggiare i piloti, gli uomini, i tifosi ed i gran premi che hanno segnato un’epoca, nella buona e nella cattiva sorte.
Il tutto sotto il marchio del Cavallino, motivo di vanto e orgoglio dell’intera industria automobilistica italiana nel mondo.

Se volete leggere o rileggere gli articoli già presenti sul nostro sito, potete trovarli tutti cliccando sul seguente link #SettantaFerrari

Nei prossimi giorni continueremo ad arricchire la sezione con nuove ed interessanti uscite.

Article source: http://www.circusf1.com/2017/03/sky-sport-f1-hd-dedica-24-ore-in-tv-per-celebrare-i-70-anni-ferrari.php

Sunday March 12

FESTIVAL Explore the cuisine of Portugal at the Bairro Portugues Food and Wine Fair. Feast on chorizo rolls, paella, garlic prawns and grilled sardines, as well as traditional sweets like malasadas and pasteis de nata. 10am-6pm, Audley and Fisher streets, Petersham, free, 9335 2222, innerwest.nsw.gov.au.

COMMUNITY As part of the Living in Harmony Festival, the Welcome Tree gives a space for Sydneysiders to post their messages of support for refugees and asylum seekers. The installation launches with Iraqi drumming and Persian music. 11am-12.30pm, Customs House, 31 Alfred Street, city, free (bookings essential), cityofsydney.nsw.gov.au.

FILM The Monster Fest Travelling Sideshow, a Melbourne horror flick event, comes to Sydney to share the shivers. For closing night, cinemagoers can catch the premiere of Skinford, about a conman who meets a woman who can’t seem to die, followed by a QA with star Charlotte Best, of Puberty Blues fame. 7pm, Event Cinemas, 525 George Street, city, $21, 9273 7300, eventcinemas.com.au.

Monday March 13

ART John Olsen: The You Beaut Country (until June 12) is a survey exhibition covering the decades-long career of the esteemed Australian artist. See his dynamic large-scale paintings of the harbour and Lake Eyre, as well as ceramics, tapestries and works on paper. 10am-5pm, Art Gallery of NSW, The Domain, city, $16, 1800 679 278, artgallery.nsw.gov.au.

BOOKS Herald columnist Peter FitzSimons speaks about his latest title, The Great Aussie Bloke Slim-Down, as he discusses the fad diets that didn’t work for him and his tips for leading a healthier life. 6pm, Greg Percival Library, corner Oxford and Cumberland roads, Ingleburn, free (bookings essential), 4645 4444, campbelltown.nsw.gov.au/libraries.

Tuesday March 14

MUSIC Chilean-American electronic artist Nicolas Jaar has had a second Sydney show added to meet demand. Mixmag called him “a groundbreaking artist using all the weapons at his disposal in an attempt to move you” for his most recent album, Sirens8pm, Metro Theatre, city, $83, 9550 3666, ticketek.com.au.

TALK For the Walkley Media Talk: The Media and the Middle East, a panel of journalists and the former director-general of Al Jazeera, Wadah Khanfar, ponder the current challenges of reporting from the region. 6pm, State Library, Macquarie Street, city, free (bookings essential), 9333 0920, walkleys.com.

Wednesday March 15

COMEDY Feminist organisation Women’s Electoral Lobby celebrates its 45th anniversary with the funny fundraiser Women Stand-Up for WEL. The all-female line-up of laughs features Jackie Loeb, Julia Wilson, Frida Deguise, Sabrina D’Angelo and Lou Pollard. 7.30pm, Paddo RSL, Paddington, $40, wel.org.au.

MUSIC As the daughter of bossa nova forefather Joao Gilberto, Bebel Gilberto has music in her blood. Hear the singer as she gets crowds grooving to her chilled-out Brazilian sounds. 8pm, State Theatre, city, $89-$130, 136 100, ticketmaster.com.au.

Thursday March 16

STAGE More than 160 pint-sized plays have been seen for Short+Sweet Theatre. The competition is now wrapping up with the gala finals (until March 18) getting under way to reveal which were the best works clocking in at under 10 minutes. 7.30pm, The Depot Theatre, Marrickville, $38, shortandsweet.org/sydney.

STAGE Italian theatre company Motus’ experimental MDLSX (until March 18) was a New York Times critics’ pick for its original examination of gender fluidity and androgyny. Star Silvia Calderoni melds fiction with her life story through family home videos, monologue and a musical soundtrack from The Smiths, Vampire Weekend and the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. 7.30pm, Carriageworks, Eveleigh, $35, 1300 723 038, carriageworks.com.au.

Friday March 17

SPORT Beach volleyballers from around the globe hit the sand for the start of Volleyfest (until March 26). Olympians Louise Bawden, Taliqua Clancy, Nicole Laird and Mariafe Artacho del Solar are a few of the Aussies showing off their skills during the 10-day event. 10am-5pm, Manly Beach, free, volleyfest.com.au.

MUSIC Spend St Patrick’s Day with Irish singer Mundy, perhaps best known for his cover of Steve Earle’s Galway Girl and his breakthrough single To You I Bestow, as featured on the bestselling soundtrack to Baz Luhrmann’s Romeo + Juliet. 8.30pm, The Basement, Circular Quay, $45, 9251 2797, thebasement.com.au.

Saturday March 18

FESTIVAL Northern Beaches musical bash Party in the Park returns with this year’s line-up including Boy and Bear, Angus Stone’s side project Dope Lemon, The Delta Riggs, Nicole Millar and more. 1pm-11pm, Pittwater Park, North Narrabeen Reserve, Warriewood, $89, partyinthepark.com.au.

FAMILY Crazy Times is a new contemporary dance work made especially to engage the imaginations of children. Presented by Sydney Dance Company and Co3, Antony Hamilton’s choreography transports viewers into a futuristic world. 2.30pm and 6.30pm, Sydney Opera House, $25-$29, 9250 7777, sydneyoperahouse.com.

Sunday March 19

FAMILY For those who want to tick breaking a Guinness World Record off their bucket list, here’s a chance: the Powerhouse Museum is aiming to gather the largest group of people dressed as mummies. Wrappings are provided and both young and old are invited to take part in the fun. 10am, Powerhouse Museum, Ultimo, free, 9217 0111, maas.museum.

MUSIC Keyboard musicians Bill Schumacher and Debbie Fitzsummons play Marrickville Town Hall’s grand old Wurlitzer organ with a program of cinematic songs such as Charlie Chaplin’s Smile and Pinocchio’s When You Wish upon a Star. 2pm, Marrickville Town Hall, Marrickville, $35, tosa.net.au.

LOOK AHEAD

NEXT WEEK Hailing from the Appalachian mountains of Virginia, buzzed-about Americana singer-songwriter Dori Freeman returns to play tunes from her Kickstarter funded self-titled album. March 20, Newtown Social Club, Newtown, $33.50, 9550 3974, newtownsocialclub.com.

NEXT MONTH Tony-winning hit musical Kinky Boots finally arrives in Sydney with its story of a family-run shoe factory that finds a niche business making footwear for drag queens. Hear the score from pop legend Cyndi Lauper with a cast led by Callum Francis and Toby Francis. April 12 to June 25, Capitol Theatre, Haymarket, $55-$170, 9320 5000, ticketmaster.com.au.

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  • Lucía Ruíz, educadora comunitaria de la Asociación Civil “Selva Amazónica”
  • Con respecto al AMP, que es un anticuerpo que busca bloquear la infección de VIH
  • Ayer iniciaron con la selección de voluntarios

 

Un estudio de investigación que se viene desarrollando a nivel Latinoamérica y EE.UU es el AMP, el mismo que significa, Anticuerpos Me Protege. A nivel de Perú, existen cuatro sedes, tres en la capital y una en Iquitos, que en este caso es la Asociación Civil “Selva Amazónica”. Este estudio está dirigido a gays, varones que tienen sexo con otros hombres, y trans tanto varones como mujeres, que no sea portadores del virus del VIH.

“Este estudio lo que trata es buscar si efectivamente este anticuerpo neutraliza al virus del VIH, al funcionar se evitaría que la persona se infecte con VIH, “Prácticamente va a trabajar como bloquear la enfermedad para que no siga avanzando”, refiere Lucía  Ruíz, educadora comunitaria de dicha asociación.

Justamente ayer se inició este estudio que está dirigido a un total de 225 voluntarios. “Tenemos una buena aceptación en la comunidad gay y trans, ellos, incluso, están viniendo y están a la espera de poder ingresar a este estudio. Este estudio es una esperanza al final, después de más de 30 años que estamos buscando solución al VIH para que no existan más personas infectadas, empezando desde los jóvenes y personas mayores”.

“Muchas veces decían que el VIH era solo para la población gay, ahora no discrimina, a cualquiera nos puede dar, dependiendo de nuestro comportamiento sexual, porque uno nunca sabe la historia sexual de nuestra pareja, pero nosotros sabemos lo nuestro, entonces si pasa eso puede suceder que la pareja se infecte, este estudio lo que quiere es buscar la esperanza de que si se utiliza este tipo de anticuerpos que bloquee el VIH, va a ser el inicio de otros estudios en búsqueda de la vacuna, porque nuestro fin es la vacuna, así que es más fácil prevenir que curar”, asevera.

Para lograr captar voluntarios la asociación cuenta con reclutadores o redentores, quienes van a lugares como discotecas, tragotecas, zonas donde juegan vóley, y ellos los invitan, “Este es un trabajo voluntario, nadie está obligado, el que quiere viene y pasa, el que sale negativo se le invita a participar en el estudio, si sale positivo a VIH se le ofrece la oportunidad de recibir el tratamiento de retroviral, nosotros tenemos la oportunidad de tener la unidad de atención de tratamiento retroviral para personas infectadas”.

El estudio empezó el año pasado, en los primeros meses, pero recién este año se activó, “Ayer se ha iniciado, hemos enrolado a nuestro primer participante, para nosotros es una alegría porque hemos pasado por una serie de etapas de preparación para poder enrolar a este primer voluntario y ya hemos empezado a buscar más  porque la meta es 225, este centro de investigación es un centro acreditado para poder hacer consejería, captar voluntarios, dar la medicación adecuada bajo la norma de seguridad y normas del ISO 5, así como las medidas de bioseguridad.

(LR) Si hay una persona que está interesada en querer participar en este ensayo

Claro, sí tienen que ser personas sanas pero que sean hombres que tienen sexo con hombres, gays y trans. Las puertas están abiertas, pueden venir, se les evalúa, nuestro grupo etario está entre 20 a 40 años, acá reciben la prueba rápida de Vih, consejería, asesoría, entre otros, pero todo es gratis, no se cobra ni un sol.

(LR) Algún mensaje final

Pienso que los estudios de investigación están bien llevados, son a la larga una esperanza de vida para la población, mucha gente viene y pregunta que han escuchado la curación del vih, eso aún no hay, lo que sí hay es tratamiento para alargar la vida del paciente y prevención  como el uso del condón, tener una sola pareja sexual, etc. (MIPR)

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