Saturday, December 4

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The Canadian calls for Kale Clague on waivers

The Montreal Canadiens claimed defenseman Kale Clague on waivers on Saturday afternoon. Clague, 23, has five assists in 11 games for the Los Angeles Kings this season. He added four assists in five games with the Ontario Reign in the American Hockey League. The Kings selected Clague in the second round, 51st overall, in the 2016 NHL Draft. In 33 career games on the Bettman Tour, Clague has amas...

Guatemalan short film “The inheritance” premieres this Saturday

ICAN-B Animation premieres this Saturday, December 4 at 8:00 p.m. the official trailer of The Heritage, a short film that seeks to promote care for nature in society. With the script and direction by German Almaráz and the general and sound production by Raúl Castillo, the short film is presented in 3D format and narrates the adventures of Maya and Baktún. At the same time, it shows unique landscapes of Guatemala. The story takes place in a very iconic place: Panajachel, Sololá. “It took us around 7 months to create this short film -preproduction, production and production-, which will last approximately 9 minutes,” explains Castillo. The short film Image courtesy ICAN-B AnimationMaya She is a 5-year-old girl, originally from Quiché. Her curiosity leads her to question everything a...

Renew your image and present new experiences

The rums that are aged in the highlands of western Guatemala, at an average of 14 degrees Celsius since their creation, this has been a magical place that captivates locals and strangers, who fall in love when witnessing the complex production process of Ron de Guatemala. To continue at the forefront and tastes of the new generations, Casa Botran Experience decided to renew its image, with a more modern design, full of the Rontastico spirit, where visitors will be able to taste innovative sensory experiences that will immerse them in the stories and the depths of rum. “To end this year, we decided that the image of our facilities would align with Botran's look & feel, which will allow us to strengthen the pillars of our brand. This remodeling will be accompanied by the launch of ne...

Correa retires injured and in tears three days from Real Madrid-Inter

Correa retired 58 minutes after the appointment of the Roman Olympic stadium after noticing severe discomfort in the biceps femoris in his left leg after a dribble, when his team was winning comfortably 3-0. The Argentine forward, signed last summer for 40 million euros from Lazio, left the pitch visibly sore and burst into tears when he reached the bench. His compatriot Lautaro Martínez tried to console him and coach Simone Inzaghi replaced him with Chilean Alexis Sánchez. Correa scored four goals this season in 16 games. Inter will visit Real Madrid this Tuesday with the possibility of advancing to the round of 16 as first classified in case of victory. Real Madrid is now the leader with a two-point advantage over the Italian team. EFE Inter win to visit Roma. window.addEventListener...

Shooting at Michigan school: parents of perpetrator of shooting at Oxford institute arrested

James and Jennifer Crumbley were located this morning inside a Detroit (Michigan) warehouse, after the police received a warning from a citizen when they saw their vehicle. "Yes, they are both in custody and are on their way to the Oakland County jail soon," Mike McCabe, assistant police commissioner, said at a news conference early Saturday. The couple were detained "without incident," said Detroit Police Chief James White. Although their attorneys had signaled the couple's intention to turn themselves in to authorities, White stressed that the fact that they were "hiding in a warehouse" does not support that view. This Friday, the prosecution charged the parents with involuntary manslaughter, for which they could receive a sentence of 15 years in prison, and shortly after the author...

The year Miami had so many deaths that it rented a takeout truck to store them

The freezer cost the city $ 800 each month. Free Press Photo: Getty Images. "A lost paradise?" That was the question on the cover of American TIME magazine in its issue of November 23, 1981, 40 years ago. The paradise that the magazine referred to was South Florida and described it as "lost" due to the bloody situation in and around Miami. 621 people died violently that year, the highest number of homicides in the city's history, and the media reported on them explicitly. A woman shot to death on a Miami street, a man's jugular vein severed with a knife, a body rolled on a highway after being push...

A hundred people march against police brutality in Quebec

A hundred people took part in a march through Old Quebec on Saturday against police brutality and racial profiling, a week after the muscular arrest of an 18-year-old black man near a bar on the Grande Allée . The demonstrators first gathered in front of the National Assembly to attend a few speeches before starting a march towards the city hall of Quebec under police ...

Christmas music: where and when to listen to it live

Enjoy the Christmas music and support these musical programs that present concerts full of magic and nostalgia. WHITE CHRISTMAS A season expected by all, which Vocalis joins today with a message of peace, love and generosity. In this season of concerts he will make his debut Vocalis Kids, a project that was born from the desire to sow in children a love for choral music and at the same time give them adequate vocal training to train singers. The name of this season White Christmas it has its essence linked to them, to the children and their little white voices. Vocalis is made up of 12 singers and Vocalis Kids is made up of 18 girls, all of whom come together on stage to share the music and magic of the time. Fernando Archila and Kimberly Flores they are the guest directors. The organ...

VIDEO | Medvedev takes Russia to the Davis Cup final and celebrates it like Ronaldo: “Cristiano celebrated like this and that’s why I wanted to do it”

Medvedev pointed to himself and pointed a finger to the ground to indicate that he was there, present at the tournament and that he was continuing. Afterwards, he asked the stands for calm with his hands. The audience booed him. “After the game, when I celebrate I like to do something fun. In our team, the funny thing is that when we play cards someone wins and they say, calm down, calm down. When Cristiano played for Real Madrid he did this, he celebrated it that way many times. So I decided to do it. I felt it was fun, but it might be a bad decision, ”the Muscovite explained. "It is clear that it is better when people support you, but if they do not you have to win against them and also against the rival," added Medvedev. The Russian clarified that it was not premeditated: “It is ...

Omicron: How can scientists update coronavirus vaccines for the new variant?

If the omicron variant of the coronavirus is different enough from the parent strain, existing vaccines may not be as effective as they have been so far. Free Press Photo: Getty Images If the omicron variant of the coronavirus is different enough from the parent strain, existing vaccines may not be as effective as they have been so far. If so, companies may need to update their vaccines to better combat omicron. Deborah Fuller is a microbiologist who has been studying mRNA and DNA vaccines for more than two decades. Here he explains why vaccines may need to be updated and what that process would ...