Ben Affleck Stopped His Press Tour Short for the Sweetest Reason

Secondly, the Little League calendar does not cater to the schedules of Hollywood’s elite.

Just last week, while promoting his Netflix film in Asia, Affleck came across a snag.

“I was like, ‘I have to come back a day early!’” he told Ellen. “And it was like, ‘Whats the … ?’ And I was like, ‘My son’s Little League game? I’m the coach,’” he explained. But crisis averted, Netflix let him return home in time.

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Well, we hope Samuel appreciates dad’s commitment to the team more than he does mom’s devotion to thematic birthday party outfits …

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Mexican TV Host Enrages the Internet with Yalitza Aparicio “Brownface” Impression

Yalitza Aparicio is riding a career high — the newly 25-year-old first-time actress earned an Oscar nomination for her performance in Alfonso Cuaron’s Roma, sweeping onto the red carpet last week looking like a modern-day Cinderella in a seafoam green one-shouldered Rodarte gown. Cue “What Dreams Are Made of.”

But, unfortunately, not everyone has been respectful and supportive of Aparicio’s fairy tale-esque rise to fame.

Mexican TV host Yeka Rosales dressed up as the actress to promote the new season of Televisa’s comedy series La Parodia — and before you claim that imitation is the sincerest form of flattery, listen to how she did it. In two Instagram posts (that have yet to be removed), Rosales wore a prosthetic nose and brownface to channel the indigenous Mexican starlet.

Alejandro Olmos, spokesperson for Televisa, told the Associated Press that the network does not support racism and that the program would be edited for “bad taste.” “We do not believe that the production of La Parodia engages in this type of practice,” Olmos said in response to racist claims.

Rosales, for her part, defended her actions by posting a collage of other impersonations she’s done (one of which showed her in blackface), writing “I don’t discriminate.”

According to William Nericcio, a professor at San Diego State University’s Center for Latin American Studies, this behavior, while appalling, is not unusual. “The Mexican elite disposition has always portrayed indigenous people as funny and ugly,” he told AP.

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Twitter users echoed this sentiment:

Yalitza herself said it best: “It shouldn’t matter what you’re into, how you look — you can achieve whatever you aspire to.”

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Giuliani claims Comey tried to 'frame' Trump after IG report

President TrumpDonald John TrumpTrump and the crisis in Hong Kong Warren, Sanders battle to be main alternative to Biden Hurricane Dorian shifts path toward Georgia, Carolinas MORE‘s lawyer Rudy GiulianiRudy GiulianiBiden promises ‘absolute wall’ between White House, family’s financial interests if elected Giuliani says he discussed Biden with Ukrainian official Trump doubles down on Jewish controversy MORE accused former FBI director James ComeyJames Brien ComeyComey’s classified misconduct and the media’s flawed coverage of it Court allows Charleston church shooting victims to sue over background check system Trump allies call on Cummings to schedule hearing over Comey report MORE of trying to “frame” the president after the publication of an inspector general report found that Comey’s handling of memos was in violation of FBI policies.

“In a case involving the President of the United States, it doesn’t take a genius to figure out that what Comey was trying to do was to frame Trump,” Giuliani said on John Catsimatidis’ radio show that aired Sunday. “Law enforcement officers that frame people…they’re horrid.”

He later said that Comey “orchestrated” the investigation by former Special Counsel Robert MuellerRobert (Bob) Swan MuellerFox’s Cavuto roasts Trump over criticism of network Mueller report fades from political conversation Trump calls for probe of Obama book deal MORE

“He orchestrated the whole thing,” Giuliani said of Comey. “If you look back on it now, there was never any need for Mueller.” 


The Justice Department inspector general report said leaked memos that Comey gave to his friend, Columbia University law professor Daniel Richman, were meant to cause the appointment of a special counsel according to Comey. 

Comey told the inspector general that he had to leak the memo because it concerned a matter of “incredible importance to the Nation, as a whole,” according to the report.

Trump and his allies have seized on the inspector general’s findings. 

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The president on Saturday called the former FBI director a “CROOKED COP!” on Twitter. He also wrote “the vindication belongs to the President for firing James Comey.”

Comey, meanwhile, noted that the report “found no evidence that Comey or his attorneys released any of the classified information contained in any of the memos to members of the media” although it did find he leaked information to his friend who later gave it to The New York Times. 

Comey’s firing prompted the appointment of Mueller, who investigation whether Trump campaign conspired with Russia. His report on the probe, released earlier this year laid out 10 episodes in which Trump may have obstructed justice but did not find evidence of illegally coordination with Russia. 

Ginsburg: 'I'm on my way to being very well' after cancer treatment

Supreme Court Justice Ruth Bader GinsburgRuth Bader GinsburgGinsburg: ‘I’m on my way to being very well’ after cancer treatment Ginsburg makes first public appearance since cancer news David Axelrod after Ginsburg cancer treatment: Supreme Court vacancy could ‘tear this country apart’ MORE said Saturday that she is on her way “to being very well” after receiving cancer treatment, adding that she will be prepared when the high court’s next term begins in October.

“This audience can see that I am alive. And I am on my way to being very well,” she said at the annual National Book Festival in Washington, D.C.

Ginsburg said her job has kept her going each time she has faced cancer.


“I love my job. It is the best and hardest job that I ever had,” she said. “It has kept me going through four cancer bouts. Instead of concentrating on my aches and pains, I just know that I have to read this set of briefs.”

The Supreme Court announced last week that Ginsburg had completed three weeks of radiation treatment for a malignant tumor on her pancreas.

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“The Justice tolerated treatment well,” the court said in a statement. “The tumor was treated definitively, and there is no evidence of disease elsewhere in the body.”

Ginsburg received treatment on an outpatient basis at Memorial Sloan Kettering Cancer Center in New York for the tumor, which was detected during a July blood test.

She will “continue to have periodic blood tests and scans,” and no further treatment is currently required, the court said.

Ginsburg had nodules in her lung removed last December and was treated for pancreatic cancer in 2009 and colon cancer in 1999.

Telemark Fuori di Traccia

L’Associazione ONLUS “Fuori di Traccia“ organizza per il 7-8-9 Febbraio 2003 uno stage di telemark nel comprensorio del Monte Rosa.

Dal 7 al 9 Febbraio 2003, l’Associazione Fuori di Traccia – Onlus, nell’ambito delle sue funzioni statutarie e nell’ottica di promuovere la sicurezza e la conoscenza della montagna invernale, organizza tre giorni di stage di telemark nel comprensorio del Monrosaski, in collaborazione con una guida alpina e telemarker della Soc. Guide Courmayeur.

Scopo del corso è quello di migliorare le capacità di sciare fuoripista, andando a scoprire in sicurezza le più belle discese di Gressoney ed Alagna. Per questo nel corso verranno trattati la ricerca con l’A.R.V.A., il primo soccorso in valanga, e si parlerà di nivologia e delle prove empiriche sulla stabilità del manto nevoso, nonché delle tecniche di discesa e progressione su ghiacciaio.
In loco ci sarà la possibilità di effettuare una donazione volontaria ad Emergency
Le Iscrizioni devono essere effettuate entro il 3 febbraio 2003.

Associazione Onlus “Fuori di Traccia
Via Manzoni, 32
13040 – Borgo d’Ale

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32° Premio ITAS a “Un’estate a Chamonix”

Zbigniew Tumidajewicz per “Un’estate a Chamonix”, edito dalla CDA & Vivalda Editori, si è aggiudicato il Cardo d’oro del 32° Premio Itas del Libro di Montagna.

Un’estate a Chamonix di Zbigniew Tumidajewicz, 50enne arrampicatore-alpinista polacco, è il vincitore del “Cardo d’oro” del 32° Premio Itas del libro di montagna, riconoscimento assegnato nell’ambito del Festival Internazionale Film della montagna e dell’Esplorazione “Città di Trento”.

Il volume, edito dal Centro Documentazione Alpina, ora CDA & Vivalda Editori di Torino, è stato premiato all’unanimità da tutta la Giuria presieduta da Mario Rigoni Stern.

Il libro narra quanto accadde in un’estate sul Monte Bianco a un gruppo di alpinsiti polacchi. Siamo alla metà deglia anni 80, e per i giovani alpinisti sarà un’avventura indimenticanile. Una storia vera, tra il divertito e l’esilarante, che ricorda la gioventù e come (spesso) questa stagione della vita si sposi con l’alpinismo.

Gli altri libri premiati

Cardo d’argento per la saggistica
alla collana: “Guida enogastronomica e guida al folclore del Trentino” – “Piante e erbe nelle Dolomiti” di Silvia Vernaccini – Editrice Artimedia, Trento.

Cardo d’argento per opere che rivelino interesse nel campo dell’ambiente montano
a: “Dalla villeggiatura alla clandestinità’” – di Bruno Guglielmotto – Ravet e Marino Periotto – Società Storica delle Valli di Lanzo.

Libri segnalati
– “Tibet. L’altra metà del cielo” di Maria Antonia Sironi, Hildegard Diemberger e Sonam Tsomo, Editoriale Giorgio Mondadori – Milano;
– “Cervino” di Henry Maldiney, Editrice Tararà – Verbania;
– “Camosci” di Stefano Unterthiner e Luciano Ramires – Editore Musumeci – Quart.

Premio Speciale della Giuria
agli Autori: Fortunato Turrini e Guido Moretti per il volume: “Sorride l’aurora” – Edizioni Tipoarte – Bologna.

La premiazione si svolgerà martedì 29 aprile p.v. al Castello del Buonconsiglio, con inizio alle ore 18,00.


di Zbigniew Tumidajewicz

CDA & Vivalda Editori

Un’estate a Chamonix Premio ITAS archivio
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