‘Mia’: Rom-com with a cause a career-boosting showcase for Coleen Garcia Will you be the first P16 Billion Powerball jackpot winner from the Philippines? US draws Sweden again for 2019 Women’s World Cup Castillo played five seasons with the Pittsburgh Pirates, San Francisco Giants and Houston Astros. He had a .254 average with 39 home runs.Sports Related Videospowered by AdSparcRead Next Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Players from the Cardenales de Lara baseball team carry the caskets of teammates and former major league players Luis Valbuena and Jose Castillo at a baseball stadium in Barquisimeto, Venezuela, Friday, Dec. 7, 2018. The two were killed in a car crash caused by highway bandits who then robbed them, officials said Friday. Valbuena and Castillo died late Thursday when their SUV crashed as it tried to veer around an object placed in the road, Yaracuy state Gov. Julio Leon Heredia said on his Twitter account. (AP Photo/Nestor Vivas)BARQUISIMETO, Venezuela — Dozens of Venezuelans waited in line outside a chapel in the state of Lara on Saturday, hoping to bid farewell to former major league baseball player Luis Valbuena, who was killed in a car accident along with teammate Jose Castillo.The corpse of Castillo was moved earlier in the morning to a different central-west state.ADVERTISEMENT LATEST STORIES After winning title, time for LA Tenorio to give back to Batangas folk The 33-year-old Valbuena and 37-year-old Castillo were both former players for the Houston Astros.They died late Thursday when their SUV crashed as it tried to veer around an object put on the road. Officials said some bandits place or throw objects on highways to force vehicles to stop so they can rob the occupants.FEATURED STORIESSPORTSGinebra beats Meralco again to capture PBA Governors’ Cup titleSPORTSJapeth Aguilar wins 1st PBA Finals MVP award for GinebraSPORTSGolden State Warriors sign Lee to multiyear contract, bring back ChrissYaracuy state Gov. Julio Leon Heredia said four people were detained after being found with property of the athletes.Valbuena and Castillo were teammates on the Cardenales de Lara team in the Venezuelan winter league and were returning from a game in the capital when the crash occurred en route to the city of Barquisimeto in Lara. Japeth Aguilar embraces role, gets rewarded with Finals MVP plum No others details about the incident were available.On Saturday, their deaths caused an outpouring of grief as fellow teammates, family members and fans wore shirts from the winter league and lined up to say goodbye.Retired Cardenales player Robert Perez and Philadelphia Phillies shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera were both in attendance.Cardenales third baseman Carlos Rivero, who survived the crash, visited the chapel wearing dark sunglasses and bearing a small bruise on his forehead.Valbuena hit .226 with 114 home runs over 11 big league seasons with the Los Angeles Angels, Seattle Mariners, Cleveland Indians, Chicago Cubs and Houston Astros.ADVERTISEMENT View comments MOST READ Gretchen Barretto’s daughter Dominique graduates magna cum laude from California college Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard PLAY LIST 02:14Carpio hits red carpet treatment for China Coast Guard02:56NCRPO pledges to donate P3.5 million to victims of Taal eruption00:56Heavy rain brings some relief in Australia02:37Calm moments allow Taal folks some respite03:23Negosyo sa Tagaytay City, bagsak sa pag-aalboroto ng Bulkang Taal01:13Christian Standhardinger wins PBA Best Player award Lights inside SMX hall flicker as Duterte rants vs Ayala, Pangilinan anew Nadine Lustre’s phone stolen in Brazil Don’t miss out on the latest news and information. No.13 lucky for Orlando Bloom
The Liberian government in partnership with the Embassy of Sweden in Monrovia and Conservation International (CI) have scheduled a ‘Blue Ocean Conference’ in Monrovia from March 18 – 21, 2019.According to the organizers, this is the first environmental and marine conference scheduled in West Africa, representing a historic moment for the country.A National Steering Committee comprising of the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will serve as Chair, while Liberia Maritime Authority (LiMA) and the National Fisheries and Aquaculture Authority (NaFAA) will serve as the highest decision-making body of the conference.The aim is to identify innovative solutions to ensure a long-term sustainability of Africa’s marine environment; it will be a turning point for ocean work in Liberia, West Africa and the African region.“We desire to reverse the decline in the country’s health sector; the planet and prosperity, because this is a major opportunity for Liberia to join global efforts, which started in New York and Nairobi, Kenya, to conserve our oceans and advance toward action for West Africa,” said CI-Liberia Country Director Jessica Donovan.This is a unique opportunity for Liberia to harness the expertise at the conference in order to showcase the country’s ecosystem potential as well as find lasting solutions to challenges in marine and environmental governance.The conference, according to Donovan, aims to focus on the following themes, Marine Pollution, Climate Change, Sustainable Fishing and Blue Economy.From the large depository of plastic debris and other pollutants, including riverine discharges, agricultural, sediment, solid waste and agricultural run-offs to the visible impact of climate change through sea erosion and land mismanagement makes this thematic area imperative in order to assess impact, mitigate and adopt policies that would build resilience and reduce disaster risk in the post-conflict nation.Consequently, a beach cleaning exercise will form part of the four-day event in order to create public awareness and education.“Participants as well as target groups from across Liberia will take part in an active day of cleaning a beach in Liberia and learning about the importance of the coastal areas, Donovan said.This aspect of the gathering will encourage all to help care for their environment. With vast ecosystem in Liberia, the conference seeks to bolster the impetus started by the United Nations Oceans Conference in creating opportunities for African countries to identify the challenges that come with marine governance and sustainable development explicitly regarding the thematic areas in the impact of climate change, sustainable fishing practices, economic opportunities, and maritime security.This conference comes at a time Liberia is looking towards diversifying the economy for broader growth.At the upcoming conference, stakeholders are expected to give consideration to ways in which the shipping industry will develop to ensure that maritime security is related to the fishing sector, “because bad fishing activities are eroding life in the ocean and jeopardizing the livelihood of the coastal community.”Conservation International (CI) uses science, policy and partnerships to protect the nature that people rely on for food, fresh water and livelihoods.Founded in 1987, CI works in more than 30 countries on six continents to ensure a healthy, prosperous planet that supports every living creature.Share this:Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)
“My girls had a good year and it stinks to go out like this,” Maranatha coach Jolie Robison said. Notre Dame Academy took advantage of Maranatha’s inability to clear the ball out of its zone to jump on the board early in the match on a goal by Caitlyn Huttinger in the fourth minute. Maranatha (22-2-3) tied the game in the 62nd minute when Sarah Wilson broke through the defense and blistered a shot past Regals keeper Amanda Klasila. The Minutemen dominated much of the play throughout the contest, outshooting Notre Dame Academy, 16-6. But the Regals cashed in on their scoring opportunities. firstname.lastname@example.org CULVER CITY – A steady rain fell during most of Thursday’s CIF-Southern Section Division V quarterfinal playoff game between Maranatha High School and Notre Dame Academy of Los Angeles at West L.A. College. Following a heartbreaking 2-1 loss to the defending Division V co-champion Regals, tears were steadily falling for many of the Minutemen players as well. Tatum Marshall scored the game-winning goal in the 29th minute to send the No. 1-seeded Minutemen on an empty ride home. Following a Maranatha foul, Notre Dame’s (13-4-5) Kelsey Cannata lined up for a free kick from 20 yards out. Marshall was positioned in front of the net and put a shot past Minutemen goalkeeper Brittany Sojka to put a damper on what was an outstanding season. (626) 962-8811, Ext. 4456 160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
“I think United would have been too big a jump,” former Ajax, AC Milan and Barcelona striker Kluivert, 42, told Gazzetta dello Sport.“Roma are an important club but the pressures are less.“Roma don’t have to win at any cost and it is a club that is used to good football. It is the ideal place for Justin right now.”Kluivert has signed until 2023 with the side from the Italian capital who finished third in Serie A last season.The teenager made an immediate impact with his cross setting up Edin Dzeko for the match winner in the opening Serie A game against Torino last weekend.“I’m very satisfied with what he’s doing,” added Kluivert Snr, who earned 79 caps for the Netherlands before retiring in 2004, and is now the assistant Cameroon coach.“He doesn’t talk much, but he’s someone who knows how to listen and is motivated. I wanted him to stay at Ajax for another year, but he made his choice.“Then, who doesn’t dream of Barcelona? But Italian football is catching up and Justin can take advantage of it.”Kluivert Jr made 30 league appearances for Ajax last season, scoring 10 goals, and earned his first call up to the Dutch national team in March.“He must travel miles to get to where I did, but he’s shown talent, plus he has the character and time to have a great career,” his father added.“I want to see him win with Roma and I want to see him happy.”0Shares0000(Visited 1 times, 1 visits today) 0Shares0000Justin Kluivert right to choose Roma over Man United, says his father Patrick © AFP/File / Cooper NEILLMILAN, Italy, Aug 22 – Dutch football great Patrick Kluivert said Wednesday he believes his son Justin made the right call in snubbing Manchester United to join AS Roma.Kluivert, 19, had looked set to head for the Premeir League this summer but instead the winger opted to move to Italy after two years in Ajax.
Look at his bright side: Dodger owner Frank McCourt doesn’t believe that being shut out of the playoffs, overpriced parking, and having clubhouse battles between veterans and youngsters should have fans looking at the glass as half-empty. “I believe it’s more important to look at it as an overflowing diamond-plated goblet filled with millions of dollars,” said McCourt. “And I bought that glass with a .500 team. Wanna sip?” Racist to one person is just plain bigoted to another: Bill O’Reilly set off a firestorm with his remarks concerning his visit to a Harlem restaurant, where he “couldn’t get over the fact that there was no difference between Sylvia’s restaurant and any other restaurant in New York City … It was exactly the same, even though it’s run by blacks.” While many in the media tried to frame his comments as racist, what they failed to note was that Bill regularly visited other New York restaurants. “I couldn’t get over the fact that the menu at Morty’s Kosher Deli was reasonably priced and Frankie’s Pizzeria was devoid of a Mafia clientele,” said the No-spinster. “If that’s racist, then I guess that liberals don’t hate the troops.” Affordable energy: With house prices dropping like a rock, Countrywide Mortgage has announced that it will expand its business, offering variable mortgages for gasoline purchases. “It’s an opportunity to give those who do not have the money for a shot at the American dream of finally owning a tank of gas,” said fuel broker Fleece McBankrupt. “Spreading the cost over 30 years isn’t so much crazy as it is unseemly profitable.” Ow! A Russian woman gave birth to a 17-pound baby girl. That’s all. Isn’t that enough? Does this speech make me look crazy? Iranian President Mahmoud Ahmadinejad followed up his Holocaust denial by telling students at Columbia University that he himself didn’t exist. “I am only an ethereal hypothetical that the Great Satan of Washington conjured up as the straw dog to use to spread their evilness around the world,” said the fictional bad guy. “You want to blame someone for me, blame the gays in my country who also don’t exist.” Shecky Ahmadinejad went on to say that Iran is gay-free and that “the parades put on by our musical theater fans are not about gay pride but just the way single men and women in Iran pay tribute to Judy Garland and Babs Streisand.” Thinking ahead: In an attempt to combat the problem before “homes stuck on the freeway” becomes a major headache for commuters, the Los Angeles City Council has called on transportation officials to create a home-pool lane for use during rush hours. “While it might seem like an egregious waste of money and insensitive to renters,” said one council member, “do we have to wake up one morning and find entire communities strewn across every lane of the 101 before we actually do something?” Fighting terrorism at twice the price: While there were some who castigated Rudy Giuliani over the planned “$9.11 for Rudy” campaign parties ($9.11 incremental donations), others saw it as a great opportunity to jump on the historic war-catalyst-symbolism mixed with petty-politics bandwagon. “Archduke Ferdinand Assassination for John Edwards” and “Pearl Harbor for Fred Thompson” parties have popped up across the country. But Dennis Kucinich has them all beat with the “$18.22 for Dennis” soirees with which the Kucinich campaign not only compounds the exploitation of the event, “but garners double the proceeds of Giuliani.” Please stop with the Marcel Marceau jokes: Yes, he was a mime, and everyone hates mimes. Even mimes hate mimes. Self-hate is one of the great motivators in show biz. But no one hated Marcel Marceau, who died this past week at the age of 84 – except maybe for the dog he insisted on taking for walks whenever the wind built up to unwalkable strength. That’s what I would write if I were one of those obnoxious comedy writers who only goes for the most obvious joke. I’m not. But if I were … I would expect mimes around the world to stop working endlessly boring parties for a moment of conversation, shedding a tear that was painted on their faces. I’d say that Marceau was at the end of a rope that didn’t exist. That he be buried in the same box he was unable to get out of for years. And that his last words were … See, if I did write those easy gags, it would not only show me to be a shameless exploiter of a man’s death, but would also send a clear signal that I have no idea what satire is supposed to be. So, please, if you have a shred of decency, let the man lie in peace … and quiet. Steve Young is author of “Great Failures of the Extremely Successful” (www.greatfailure.com).160Want local news?Sign up for the Localist and stay informed Something went wrong. Please try again.subscribeCongratulations! You’re all set!
DES MOINES – The Drake Relays presented by Hy-Vee announces the return of some premier track and field teams who have a history at America’s Athletic Classic. Back after a one year hiatus is the University of Minnesota. The throws crew performed well at the NCAA Indoor Championship, which included second team All-American honors for Kieran McKeag in the men’s weight throw, Johnathan Tharaldsen in the men’s shot put and Kiley Sabin in the women’s shot. The Golden Gophers will also be a threat in the distance events with Obsa Ali who placed 15th in the men’s 5000m at NCAA indoors and is the reigning NCAA champion in the steeplechase.Also returning with a stellar distance contingent will be Oklahoma State. The women’s team capped their indoor season with a third place finish in the distance medley relay at the NCAA Indoor Championship to earn All-American honors. The men’s team has two All-Americans from last fall’s NCAA Cross Country Championship in Isai Rodriguez, who finished fourth, and Ashenafi Hatte in 27th place. Both look to be threats in the distance events. The University of San Francisco women’s team makes the trek to America’a Athletic Classic this year with strength in the middle distance events. Senior Sadi Henderson is a four-time All American in the 800m from her undergrad career running at Boise State and fellow senior Dana Klein led the Dons in the indoor 3000m this season.An exciting team coming back to the Blue Oval this year is Kentucky, which returns for its first appearance since 2011 when Keenan Hall won the men’s triple jump. At the NCAA Indoor Championship, the Wildcats had All-American performances from Daniel Roberts claiming second in the men’s 60m hurdles, Marie-Josee Ebwea-Excel taking third in the women’s triple jump, Kianna Gray placing fourth in the 60m dash and the women’s 4x400m relay team finishing in eighth place. Kentucky head coach Lonnie Greene will have his teams ready to be strong contenders for the Hy-Vee Cup.All-Session tickets or single session reserved are now on sale at draketix.com/drakerelays or call 515-271-3647. For group ticket packages or more information, contact Dustin in the Drake Ticket Office at 515-271-4949. Print Friendly Version
Daniel O’Donnell has revealed he will be voting Yes in next week’s marriage equality referendum.Daniel and wife Majella.The Kincasslagh star said he believes that a Yes vote will not make life any different for those who advocate a No vote.He said that “those who know what they’re talking about” are saying that families won’t change. “I think everyone should be equal,” he told Ray D’Arcy on RTÉ Radio One this afternoon.“I can’t see what a Yes vote is going to do against anybody.”He said that it was difficult to work out what the referendum was all about, but said that he “genuinely” felt people should be equal.And the singer said he did not necessarily agree with those who say children should have a mother and father.He even pointed to his own personal situation and cited the sudden death of his own father. “I was brought up without a father. My father died before I knew the benefit of a father. It was just my mother.”He said while he could “only speak for himself”, but felt that a Yes vote would change the lives of gay people.“I just feel we’re discriminating against a lot of people who feel their lives would be better. I can’t see anything on the other side that will be detrimental. All of the people who know they’re talking about are telling us that it’s absolutely no difference who brings up the children, as love as they’re brought up in a loving environment.”Daniel then asked the RTE radio presenter what way he intends to vote, to which the presenter said he couldn’t say.“I’d be fired,” said D’Arcy. “I might be fired after this, too,” laughed O’Donnell.DANIEL TO VOTE ‘YES’ AS HE DECLARES ‘EVERYONE SHOULD BE EQUAL’ was last modified: May 16th, 2015 by StephenShare this:Click to share on Facebook (Opens in new window)Click to share on Twitter (Opens in new window)Click to share on LinkedIn (Opens in new window)Click to share on Reddit (Opens in new window)Click to share on Pocket (Opens in new window)Click to share on Telegram (Opens in new window)Click to share on WhatsApp (Opens in new window)Click to share on Skype (Opens in new window)Click to print (Opens in new window)Tags:daniel o’donnelldonegalmarriage referendumvoteYES
Alex Adams had three touchdown passes, Marcus Finney had two touchdown receptions and College of the Redwoods football buried visiting Contra Costa College 44-13 Saturday afternoon at Community Stadium in what was the Northern California Football Conference (NCFC) opener for both teams.Adams started in place of quarterback Brody Lucero who separated his shoulder during the Corsairs (1-0, 2-2) 62-14 loss to Hartnell a week ago on Sep. 15. Moise Francois also played a considerable about of time …
19 March 2007Tragedy struck the Cricket World Cup on Sunday when the death of Pakistan coach Bob Woolmer cast a pall over the tournament. The 58-year-old Woolmer, who enjoyed tremendous success as coach of South Africa, was found unconscious in his hotel room. He was rushed to hospital, but passed away from what is thought to have been a heart attack.As coach of South Africa, from 1994 to 1999, Woolmer led the Proteas to victory in 75 percent of their one-day internationals. They also won 10 out of 15 test series under his guidance.Together with Hansie Cronje, Woolmer was the face of a very successful team that, although it never won the World Cup, was the world’s premier limited overs side and second only to Australia in tests. Now the leadership of Woolmer and Cronje has, sadly, left the world far too soon.ShockedDoctor Ali Bacher, the former CEO of the United Cricket Board of South Africa, was shocked to learn of Woolmer’s passing.“During the five-year period that he was our coach, between 1994 and 1999, he was unquestionably the outstanding coach in world cricket. He was the most innovative, he was the most progressive,” said Bacher.Allan Donald, who played under Woolmer at Warwickshire and for South Africa, described hearing the news of the coach’s death as “devastating”. He said Woolmer was more than a coach; he was a close friend too.A huge impactShaun Pollock, who like Donald played under Woolmer for both Warwickshire and South Africa, credited Woolmer for having a huge impact on his career. Like many others, he spoke of the former Proteas’ coach’s innovative thinking and methods. He said Woolmer still had a lot to offer the cricketing world and he will be missed.Current SA coach, Mickey Arthur, said it didn’t feel real. After all, he had enjoyed dinner with Woolmer only a few days back.Arthur described him as a big friend of, and a mentor to, many South African cricketers.Playing careerBob Woolmer was born in Kanpur India in May 1948. A right-handed top order batsman and a medium paced bowler, he played cricket for England, Kent, Natal, and Western Province.He played 19 tests, making his debut against Australia at Lords in 1975. A move to Kerry Packer’s World Series Cricket in 1977 put his test career on hold, but he later he resumed it before effectively ending it not long afterwards when he joined Graham Gooch’s rebel team that toured South Africa in 1981/82.However, despite his successes as a player, Woolmer truly made his biggest impact as a coach. Under his leadership, Warwickshire became the number one team in county cricket, as Woolmer’s innovations in the one-day game especially, captured the imagination.PowerhouseWhen he took over as coach of South Africa, he lifted the Proteas’ status in the game to that of powerhouse. Woolmer’s ultimate dream was to win the Cricket World Cup and although it never came true, he came close as helped South Africa become the best and most consistent one-day team in the world.“At the 1999 World Cup in England, we were the best team and he was the coach,” said Doctor Ali Bacher. It could be argued that, under Woolmer, South Africa was also the best side at the 1996 World Cup, but they fell foul of the format of the tournament where, after one loss only, following a string of impressive victories, the Rainbow Nation was eliminated.It’s not just in South Africa that Woolmer’s achievements have been recognised, however, with tributes to him and his legacy pouring in from all around the cricketing world.‘A great cricket man’Malcolm Speed, the Chief Executive Officer of the International Cricket Council, said Woolmer was “a great cricket man” and said he would be missed by “thousands and thousands of friends within cricket”.Brian Lara, a true superstar of the game, played under Woolmer, like Donald and Pollock, at Warwickshire. He said that even after leaving the county, his relationship with the coach continued to grow, adding that Woolmer’s “great love” he had for his charges stood out, and everyone who played for him felt appreciated.Dennis Amiss toured South Africa with Woolmer and Graham Gooch’s rebels in the early eighties. The game, he said, “has lost one of its best, if not the best, coaches”. Woolmer, he said, was always looking for ways to make his players better.Working for the ICCApart from his standout successes with Warwickshire and South Africa, Woolmer also spent three years working as an advisor to the International Cricket Council, before taking over as coach of Pakistan.In addition to his work as a cricket coach, Woolmer also coached hockey in the Western Province.His made his home in Cape Town where he lived with his wife Gill. He leaves her and two sons behind. Want to use this article in your publication or on your website?See: Using SAinfo material
What happens when you mash up all the important cultural video artifacts of 2012? Rewind YouTube Style 2012, complete with at least 27 Web celebrities and 21 Easter eggs via video annotations, of course. Similar in theory to Google’s Zeitgeist video, Rewind YouTube Style 2012 covers all the viral video basics, from the Olympics, Kony 2012, Felix Baumgartner’s supersonic fall, the rise of Overly Attached Girlfriend, the Obama vs. Romney rap battle, Walk Off The Earth’s five-person-to-one-guitar cover of “Somebody That I Used To Know” and more, all while celebrating the YouTube community. (See the list of the top 10 most viewed videos here.) 5 Outdoor Activities for Beating Office Burnout Uploaded on Monday, Rewind YouTube Style 2012 has already been viewed more than 4.4 million times in 24 hours and includes Web celebrities AlphaCat, Barely Political, Chester See, ClevverTV, Corridor Digital, Daily Grace, DeStorm, Dave Days, Epic Meal Time, Felicia Day, Freddie Wong, GloZell, Hannah Hart, HuskyStarcraft, iJustine, Jenna Marbles, JuicyStar07, KassemG, Mystery Guitar Man, Psy, Pyrobooby, Rhett and Link, Ryan Higa, Shit Girls Say, Smosh, The Annoying Orange, and Walk Off the Earth, among others. Related Posts Much to the delight of the community, the video is also filled with Easter eggs in the form of video annotations (see above for an example). As a service to that community you can find them mapped out here, with time stamps: 1) Psy smashes the Walk the Earth guitar: 0:25 2) Extended AlphaCat dance scene: 0:303) Kassem G as Ryan Lochte, with Daily Grace as Katniss Everdeen, have an weird elevator moment: 0:364) Behind the scenes footage of Kassem G’s Lochte grill: 0:395) Extended version of MysteryGuitarMan, DeStorm, DaveDays, Peter Chao’s OKGO Dance Battle: 0:566) Annoying Orange as Felix Baumgartner does more mouth dancing: 1:047) FreddieW as Halo Master Chief + Corridor Digital as Minecraft – Dance Party: 1:188) Smosh duo celebrating Mars Rover in slow motion: 1:239) Freddie Wong as Master Chief dances around, makes funny faces: 1:3810) Corridor Digital does the Minecraft Robot dance: 1:3411) Fun with explosions during the Dance party: 1:3412) Behind the scenes with Felicia Day as Carly Rae Jepsen: 1:5113) Chester See as Justin Bieber making faces at Felicia Day as Carly Rae Jepsen: 2:0114) iJustine as Lindsey Stirling: 2:0515) Despite combing every second of the video from 2:05 – 2:22 frame-by-frame every second, I could not find the Easter Egg video here. It’s possible YouTube forgot to upload the annotation link. Note that YouTube mistakenly listed the 1:38 Freddie Wong Easter Egg as #9 but in order of correct time it should have been #11.16) The many faces of GloZell: 2:2217) Jenna Marbles dancing as a Harvard baseball captain: 2:2818) Shit Girls Say is on an Emotional Rollercoaster: 2:3119) Rhett & Link’s Dope Zebra on the loose: 2:4020) Epic Meal Time + My Drunk Kitchen = Sausage Fest Weiner Party: 2:5921) Ryan Higa as Felix Baumgartner screaming in Epic Slow-M: 3:17Besides the now-viral video, YouTube also launched the Rewind 2012 channel, which has collected all the top videos of 2012 into one place. There’s also a 15-minute interactive video timeline that takes you through 2012 month by month. 9 Books That Make Perfect Gifts for Industry Ex… Tags:#YouTube 4 Keys to a Kid-Safe App fruzsina eordogh 12 Unique Gifts for the Hard-to-Shop-for People…