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19 hours ago by nwhyte
Comparison of EU free zones
Comparison table of free zones in the European Union (EU). Spain, Portugal, Ireland, Poland, Cyprus. Legal and tax requirements and engagement costs.
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21 hours ago by orlin
One agent who represents a Lakers player says things ‘will never be the same’ after Anthony Davis trade rumors - Silver Screen and Roll
Making the playoffs in the west is going to be tough enough for the Lakers. But if they aren’t all on the same page, that might be too big an ask.
The Los Angeles Lakers are mere hours from returning to the court to begin their 25-game-long attempt to make up the three-game gap between them and the Western Conference’s eighth seed of the playoffs. Not only will they be competing against other NBA teams or the Sacramento Kings and Los Angeles Clippers for that last spot, but also against the nasty residue left behind by this year’s trade deadline.
“Move on. Be professional,” you (or Magic Johnson) might say, but it isn’t that simple. These guys are still human, and it will take some time for them to move on from being the center of the deadline’s most pervasive story. Some might consider moving on impossible, even.
See this nugget Sam Amick of The Athletic’s latest, which disagrees to a certain extent with Magic’s assertion that the Lakers are in “a good place” right now:
But are they, really? That’s not the case if you talk to sources close to several key players.
“Guys will be professional, but it will never be the same,” one agent who represents a Lakers player said.
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yesterday by rgl7194
Kyle Kuzma explained how Lakers trade rumors affected the team — including LeBron James - Silver Screen and Roll
Kyle Kuzma spoke about the impact the trade deadline had on him and the rest of the Lakers. He gave one my the better quotes of the year.
Professional athletes are the closest thing reality gets to the superheroes who have captivated us on the big screen. They’re bigger than the vast majority of us — faster, stronger and more explosive, too. Because of this (and the amount of money they make), fans tend to overlook their humanity.
When an athlete gets hurt, the concern for them as an individual tends to be fleeting before our collectively attention turns to how the missed time might affect the team we root for, or our chances at a fantasy sports title.
The trade deadline is no different, and might be even worse. In a very good, in-depth profile written by Chris Ballard of Sports Illustrated, Kyle Kuzma spoke about how it feels on the receiving end of this fan/athlete relationship (emphasis mine)...
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yesterday by rgl7194
NBA Trade Rumors: Anthony Davis still has Lakers at top of his list of teams, doesn’t see Celtics as ‘long-term’ option - Silver Screen and Roll
Anthony Davis may have said the Celtics — and every team in the NBA but the Pelicans — are on his list of approved trade destinations at NBA All-Star Weekend, but it sounds like he privately still has his eyes on the Lakers.
If you’re a Lakers fan who thought you had heard the last of Anthony Davis after the trade deadline (at least until the end of the season), well, think again. Dwightmare 2.0 rolls on, whether you like it or not.
Davis is still in New Orleans, apparently still wants to play and is willing to make life as difficult as possible on everyone inside and outside of that city in the last couple months of his time there. He also reportedly especially wants to make things awkward in Boston, even if he denied that during All-Star Weekend.
According to Shams Charania of Stadium, Davis still isn’t interesting in playing for the Celtics long-term (which we knew). There is some new information to take into account now, though...
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yesterday by rgl7194
DocFilm Institute Director Soumyaa Kapil Behrens Among 15 Bay Area Filmmakers to Watch
MAKE IT BETTER (SAN FRANCISCO) -- As the movie-going public continues to thirst for authentic stories, Bay Area filmmakers are rising to the call. From big-scale documentaries tackling the realities of climate change to short films focused on underrepresented members of our communities, the days of the Bay Area’s cinematic legacy consisting mostly of disaster movies destroying the Golden Gate Bridge, or the cinematic work of Alfred Hitchcock, are fading. Instead, a new generation of directors, producers, and visionaries are leading the charge to make a difference on the silver screen.

Soumyaa Kapil Behrens, Documentary Film Institute director

Soumyaa Behrens is an award-winning director and producer, as well as the director of the DocFilm Institute at San Francisco State University. Her films regularly engage with issues of the human condition as well as how political landscapes shape identity and power structures within marginalized communities. At present, she is in post-production on the documentary film, “780 Abbreviated,” which depicts how gentrification forced the closure of a community recycling center in San Francisco. Behrens has also produced and directed DocFilm projects like “Veteran Documentary Corps,” “Madame Mars,” “The Love Boat,” “The Life of a String Quartet” and “Abina and the Important Men.”
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yesterday by sfstatelca
Z Space Presents World Premiere of Alum Rachel Bublitz's 'Ripped'
BROADWAY WORLD (SAN FRANCISCO) -- “Ripped” is about Lucy, a freshman in college, who juggles her affections for her high school boyfriend, Bradley, and her new crush, Jared. As she struggles to find a balance between the new and the old, an unwanted sexual encounter leaves her confused and scared. The play moves back and forth through time and space as Lucy tries to piece together the unraveling interactions between herself and the two young men she's torn between, illuminating the events behind her uncertainty and sparking questions regarding consent.

Rachel Bublitz lives in Salt Lake City. In the Bay Area, she has worked with San Francisco Playhouse, Playwrights Foundation, Custom Made Theatre and PlayGround. Around the country, she has collaborated with Salt Lake Acting Company, Plan-B Theatre, This Is Water, Wyoming Theater Festival and many others. Awards include: Detroit New Works Festival Winner, Bay Area Playwrights Festival Finalist, Actors Theatre of Louisville’s Heideman Finalist, ATHE’s Award of Excellence in Playwriting Finalist and PlayGround’s June Anne Baker Prize.

Her play “My Body” was published in The Best Ten-Minute Plays 2014.

Bublitz has a Master of Arts in English and a Master of Fine Arts in Creative Writing from San Francisco State University.
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yesterday by sfstatelca
Medieval trade route networks - EasyZoom | Place for high-resolution images
online map of old world trade routes and city names from middle ages
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