21 Dec

Inside stories of historic Donegal hotels uncovered in TV doc

first_imgFascinating stories about some of Donegal’s well-known hotels will be shared in a new programme airing on TG4 tonight.Scéalta na nÓstán on Tuesday 12th March will explore the corridors of Óstán Loch Altan in Gort an Choirce, Kee’s Hotel in Stranorlar and An Chúirt Hotel in Gaoth Dobhair.Using a mixture of interview, narration, and archive, the nostalgic series reveals the history and inside stories of Ireland’s landmark hotels. Using personal reminiscences, stories are brought to light with fascinating nuggets of history and heart.Catch Scéalta na nÓstán on TG4 at 8pm, Tuesday 12th MarchInside stories of historic Donegal hotels uncovered in TV doc was last modified: March 11th, 2019 by Rachel McLaughlinShare 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)last_img read more

18 Dec

MagiDeal Bridal Wedding Flower Diamante Crystal Rhinestone Women Hair Comb Headpiece : Shame about shape

first_img Very lovely item for the price. I received it one week before the agreed time. Beautiful, was lush on my daughter for her wedding, good sturdy head comb. As in wide than i thought because i only have a small head but it looks fine in. . Came in a bag but hasn’t misshaped it in anyway. It’s abit bigger, as in wide than i thought because i only have a small head but it looks fine in. Great value for money & arrived on time, everthing yoh could ask for. Flat and wide instead of curved for use in bun. As in wide than i thought because i only have a small head but it looks fine in. . Came in a bag but hasn’t misshaped it in anyway. It’s abit bigger, as in wide than i thought because i only have a small head but it looks fine in. As in wide than i thought because i only have a small head but it looks fine in. . Came in a bag but hasn’t misshaped it in anyway. It’s abit bigger, as in wide than i thought because i only have a small head but it looks fine in. As in wide than i thought because i only have a small head but it looks fine in. . Came in a bag but hasn’t misshaped it in anyway. It’s abit bigger, as in wide than i thought because i only have a small head but it looks fine in. Flat and wide instead of curved for use in bun. Beautiful, was lush on my daughter for her wedding, good sturdy head comb. Great value for money & arrived on time, everthing yoh could ask for. Easy to use, looks classy, pretty and effective. Beautiful, was lush on my daughter for her wedding, great strong head comb.Beautiful, was lush on my daughter for her wedding, great strong head comb.Straightforward to use, appears to be stylish, really and successful.Straightforward to use, appears to be stylish, really and successful.Straightforward to use, appears to be stylish, really and successful.Flat and wide as a substitute of curved for use in bun.SummaryReviewer Nathalie DuboisReview Date2017-09-27 23:38:51Reviewed Item MagiDeal Bridal Wedding Flower Diamante Crystal Rhinestone Women Hair Comb HeadpieceRating 5.0 / 5  stars, based on  0  reviewsPrice£2.99 Flat and wide instead of curved for use in bun. Beautiful, was lush on my daughter for her wedding, good sturdy head comb. Very lovely item for the price. I received it one week before the agreed time. Great value for money & arrived on time, everthing yoh could ask for. as in wide than I thought because I only have a small head but it looks fine in.Shame about shapeMagiDeal Bridal Wedding Flower Diamante Crystal Rhinestone Women Hair Comb HeadpieceMaterial: Alloy, rhinestoneColor: SilverSize (L x W): Approx.4.5 x 3cm/1.77 x 1.18 inchRhinestone decor (L x W): Approx. 11 x 4.5cm/4.33 x 1.77 inchStunning hair comb makes your look noble and add your charm.last_img read more

12 Dec

2014: A Financial Review

first_imgBy Molly C. HerndonSocial Media Specialist What hot button topics in personal finance really got you going this year? Are you concerned about the Affordable Care Act? Data hacking? Stock market highs and lows? These topics and more will be covered in our November 25 webinar with Dr. Barbara O’Neill.Image from wsj.comWe invite personal finance managers and educators to join this 90-minute webinar to learn more and share their own insights on the hot finance issues of 2014 at 11 a.m. on Tuesday, Nov. 25. This 90-minute webinar is worth 1.5 CEUs  for AFC-credentialed participants.This “Financial Year in Review” webinar will cover updates on financial topics that were newsworthy this year, as well as preview some of the issues that will be on trend in 2015, including:Changes in tax lawsGovernmental relation changesFinancial products and servicesThis online learning opportunity will be presented on the Department of Defense DCO system and requires security certificate installation. Alternatively, DCO apps are available for many devices and the session will also stream on Ustream. For more information on how to join, click here.For resources related to this webinar and more information about our speaker, Dr. Barbara O’Neill, visit the event’s Learn page.This post was published on the Military Families Learning Network blog on November 3, 2014.last_img read more

12 Dec

Customize Buttons and Playback Controls in Adobe Premiere Pro

first_imgFollow this tip to customize the buttons and playback (transport) controls that appear in your Premiere Pro monitors.If you’re not yet implementing shortcuts in your video editing, you’re likely reliant on the playback buttons that appear below the source and program monitors in the Premiere Pro editing interface.  In this post, you’ll learn how to customize these buttons, adding some features that aren’t in the default view or making the buttons disappear altogether.To access the extra Premiere Pro buttons open the Editor by clicking on the bottom right of the monitor panel:Choose which buttons you’d like to include in the visible playback controls.  If you’re not sure what each one does you can hover over any button in the Button Editor window and get a tool tip telling you what the button is and its corresponding keyboard shortcut.If you’re a seasoned Premiere Pro editor you may already be using shortcuts for the majority of your editing work (if not, that should be your goal!).  If you’re using shortcuts you may not have any need for these playback buttons.  In this case, you can make the buttons disappear from the bottom of the Source Monitor and Project panel by clicking on this button:At the bottom of the subsequent dropdown menu deselect “Show Transport Controls”  and the buttons will disappear.Are there any buttons you rely on that aren’t in the default view?Let us know in the comments!last_img read more

28 Nov

Four Tests and tri-series in India tour of Australia

first_imgCricket Australia (CA) has reinstated the tri-series ODI concept after four years and extended its regular Test dates to host India in a four-match series.Australia unveiled a southern summer programme on Tuesday that features two Tests against New Zealand in Brisbane and Hobart at the start of December followed by a four-Test series against India starting December 26, the traditional Boxing Day slot at the Melbourne Cricket Ground. The subsequent Tests will be played in Sydney and Perth and the series ends in Adelaide from January 24- 28.A two-match Twenty20 International series will follow that, leading into the February 5- March 8 ODI tri- series involving the hosts, India and Sri Lanka.Australia abandoned the tri-series format in favour of bilateral series for three seasons amid diminishing popularity for the 50-over game and increasing interest in T20, but has reinstated the three-way contest in what will be a hectic summer.The Test series will clash with the Australian Open. The main Test series in Australia has usually culminated with the New Year’s match in Sydney in the first week of the new year, but the Australian team has a packed schedule in the lead up to the domestic summer.Itinerary Tests: Dec 1- 5: Aus-NZ 1st Test in Brisbane; Dec 9- 13: Aus-NZ 2nd Test in Hobart; Dec 26-30: Aus-India 1st Test in Melbourne; Jan 3-7: Aus-India 2nd Test in Sydney; Jan 13-17: Aus-India 3rd Test in Perth; Jan 24- 28: Aus-India 4th Test in Adelaide; Feb 1: Aus-India T20 in Sydney; Feb 3: Aus-India 2nd T20 in MelbourneadvertisementODI tri-series: Feb 5: Aus-India in Melbourne; Feb 8: India-SL in Perth; Feb 10: Aus-SL in Perth; Feb 12: Aus-India in Adelaide; Feb 14: India-SL in Adelaide; Feb 17: Aus-SL in Sydney; Feb 19: Aus-India in Brisbane; Feb 21: India-SL in Brisbane; Feb 24: Aus-SL in Hobart; Feb 26: Aus-India in Sydney; Feb 28: India-SL in Hobart; Mar 2: Aus-SL in Melbourne; Mar 4: 1st final in Brisbane; Mar 6: 2nd final in Adelaide; Feb 8: 3rd final in Adelaidelast_img read more

31 Aug

Faking a smile may not make you happier study

first_imgFaking a smile may not make you happier after all, according to a large new study which contradicts the belief that our body’s movements can affect our mood.The idea that faking a smile may brighten our mood, which came out of a psychological experiment from the 1980s, may not be true, as scientists were not able to repeat the results in a lab setting.In the facial-feedback hypothesis, dating back to 1988, participants rated the humour of cartoons while inadvertently mimicking either a smile or a pout. Also Read – Add new books to your shelfThe participants were simply asked to hold a pen in their mouths, either with their lips (which pushes the face into a frown-like expression) or their teeth (which mimics a smile).The participants who used the pen to mimic a smile rated the cartoons as funnier.Now, a new study on 1,894 participants has found no evidence that such an effect exists, ‘Live Science’ reported. Eric-Jan Wagenmakers, the lead researcher of the replication attempt from the University of Amsterdam in the Netherlands and colleagues in 17 labs around the world recruited participants and repeated the pen-in-mouth experiment. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveThey used the same cartoon series, ‘The Far Side,’ that was used in the 1988 experiments, but they selected different cartoon panels, which they tested among outside raters to ensure that the raters reached consensus that each cartoon used in the study was “moderately funny.” “None of the experiments yielded a statistically reliable effect individually,” Wagenmakers said.“Overall, these are the kind of data you would expect to see if you tried to replicate an effect that doesn’t exist or is so small you can’t find it with the paradigm you were using,” he said.last_img read more

31 Aug

Rock in offshoulder lowback outfits

first_imgCaught in a dilemma about how to carry off an off-shoulder or low-back ensemble as a top-heavy woman? Be smart about choose the right lingerie, say experts. Few Tips: Sheer, backless and crop tops are all the rage this season but while it’s loved by all, women are still clueless about what to wear underneath without ruining the look. If you’re planning on or already picked out an outfit like this, go for a bra with a transparent back strap. Find a supportive strapless bra: Choose a bra with a wide underwire and extra enforcement at the sides. Strapless bras that have side boning and broad side wings will Also Read – Add new books to your shelfgive you a secure fit and hold up large breasts comfortably. Nowadays, many ethnic outfits come with thin straps, strapless and even boat neck tops. While they may look absolutely gorgeous, many women avoid buying them either because they don’t know what bra to wear underneath or don’t trust their strapless bra will stay in place. Even if you opt for garments with a really complicated top half, with its multiway bras are a perfect match. Opt for bras that have a self-adhesive silicone strip on the inner band. This will make sure that the bra sticks to your body and doesn’t slide down. Choose a bra with a high centre bridge. This is the centre part of the bra that connects the two cups. The higher the centre bridge, the more coverage your bra will give you so that the tops of your breasts do not spill over. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveGo for a bra with a wider band. Contrary to popular belief, the band (and not the straps) is actually responsible for providing a massive majority of the bra’s support. A wider band can better distribute the weight of the breasts, which is why it’s ideal for women who are top heavy. For low back outfits, its best to go for a transparent strap bra, since heavy busts need band support. This way, you can still have a sexy backless look without compromising on the support. Opt for a matte-look back strap which is virtually invisible, giving you the effect of wearing nothing at all. You can also go for bras with lace back straps that add a stylish element to your low back top.last_img read more