Second-Consecutive-Year

Picture this:

Evgeni Malkin goes to the Czech Republic this week to play in the International Ice Hockey Federation World Championships, which start Friday. He plays great and leads Russia to the gold medal for the second consecutive year and the third time in four years. He returns home to Magnitogorsk as a hero.

It could happen.

Would that bother you?

It would bother the heck out of me.

Malkin did nothing in the Penguins’ five-game loss to the New York Rangers in the first round of the NHL playoffs. He didn’t have a goal or a point, stretching his streak of failure going back to the regular season to 15 games without a goal and 10 games without a point. That lack of production is unfathomable for an alleged superstar.

(…)

I understand there is tremendous pressure in Russia for Malkin to play. The World Championships are a huge deal in Europe, and he’s one of his country’s stars. That’s why Russian officials telephoned him soon after the Rangers eliminated the Penguins Friday night with a 2-1 overtime win in Game 5.

Malkin said Sunday he hadn’t made up his mind about playing in the tournament because he hadn’t talked to Johnston about it. But it will be a big surprise if he doesn’t join the Russian team. Hockey players play. That’s what they do even if it makes them look bad on occasions such as this one.

“I know he always likes to go,” Johnston said, adding that he wouldn’t discourage Malkin from playing.

“I think the World Championships are a great opportunity. You’re playing on a world stage.”

Johnston just shrugged at the suggestion that Malkin’s appearance on the Russian team wouldn’t go over big with a lot of Penguins fans.

Who knows?

Maybe Malkin will do the right thing and skip the World Championships. Maybe Johnston will change his mind and encourage him not to go.

That’s what I’m hoping for, anyway.

I would have greater respect for Malkin’s hockey priorities if he decided not to play in the World Championships, took the rest that he said he needed and then started preparing for the 2015-16 NHL season with a team that paid him $9.5 million this season and will pay him $9.5 million next season.

I guess I’m just funny that way.

—  This is quite possibly even more condescending and full of bullshit and class-A douchery than your average Rob Rossi article. Ron Cook, go sell ice cream (x)
Take your pic(k) ! Hi-Res - 2015 04 15 - Shanghai . Laureus World Sports Awards by various photographers

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English actor Benedict Cumberbatch arrives at the Laureus World Sports Awards. The actor hosted the awards ceremony for the second consecutive year, on Wednesday, April. 15, 2015 in Shanghai. Author title : STR

SHANGHAI, CHINA - APRIL 15:  Host Benedict Cumberbatch poses with a Chinese sign at the 2015 Laureus World Sports Awards at Shanghai Grand Theatre on April 15, 2015 in Shanghai, China.  (Photos by Jamie McDonald for Laureus)

(150415) – SHANGHAI, April 15, 2015 – British actor Benedict Cumberbatch poses on the red carpet as he arrives for the Laureus World Sports Award ceremony at the Grand Theater in Shanghai on April 15, 2015. (Chen Fei)

SHANGHAI, CHINA - APRIL 15:  Host Benedict Cumberbatch speaks during the 2015 Laureus World Sports Awards show at the Shanghai Grand Theatre on April 15, 2015 in Shanghai, China.  (Photos by Ian Walton for Laureus)

SHANGHAI, CHINA - APRIL 15:  Host Benedict Cumberbatch plays table tennis with Laureus World Sports Academy member Yaping Deng during the 2015 Laureus World Sports Awards show at the Shanghai Grand Theatre on April 15, 2015 in Shanghai, China.  (Photos by Ian Walton for Laureus)

SHANGHAI, CHINA - APRIL 15:  Host Benedict Cumberbatch with actor Bill Murray during the 2015 Laureus World Sports Awards show at the Shanghai Grand Theatre on April 15, 2015 in Shanghai, China.  (Photos by Jamie McDonald for Laureus)

SHANGHAI, CHINA - APRIL 15:  Host Benedict Cumberbatch with actor Bill Murray during the 2015 Laureus World Sports Awards show at the Shanghai Grand Theatre on April 15, 2015 in Shanghai, China.  (Photo by Ian Walton for Laureus)

SHANGHAI, CHINA - APRIL 15:  Presenter Chen Chen and host Benedict Cumberbatch speak during the 2015 Laureus World Sports Awards show at the Shanghai Grand Theatre on April 15, 2015 in Shanghai, China.  (Photos by Ian Walton for Laureus)

SHANGHAI, CHINA - APRIL 15:  Host Benedict Cumberbatch greets skateboarder Thalente Biyale onstage during the 2015 Laureus World Sports Awards show at the Shanghai Grand Theatre on April 15, 2015 in Shanghai, China.  (Photo by Jamie McDonald for Laureus)

SHANGHAI, CHINA - APRIL 15:  Host Benedict Cumberbatch speaks to actor Henry Cavill during the 2015 Laureus World Sports Awards show at the Shanghai Grand Theatre on April 15, 2015 in Shanghai, China.  (Photo by Ian Walton for Laureus)

SHANGHAI, CHINA - APRIL 15:  Former Basketball player Yao Ming of China and actor Bill Murray stand at the start of the 2015 Laureus World Sports Awards show at the Shanghai Grand Theatre on April 15, 2015 in Shanghai, China.  (Photo by Ian Walton for Laureus)

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….Younger millennials, those who began their job hunts as the economy was recovering, are moving out; Census data show that the share of 18- to 24-year-olds living with their parents dropped in 2014 for the second consecutive year. But by comparison, the share of 25- to 34-year-olds living at home rose.In 2014, 14.7% of older millennials lived with their parents, the highest share since the government began tracking that figure in 1960.

[…]Those who entered the job market during the worst of the crisis may forever ‘This reality suggests that when young workers enter the labor force during an economic downturn, they have unusual difficulties climbing the job ladder, and academic research has reached a similar conclusion. It has been postulated that limited upward mobility occurs because these workers are risk-averse, or their early jobs did not provide the rich skills for career advancement, or prospective employers turn down their spotty résumés of survival jobs in favor of 22-year-olds freshly graduated from college.”


Don’t mind me, I’ll just be over stabbing myself in the eye with a fork.

Maybe I can stay working as a counter clerk at the ag supply warehouse in my home town forever. And by forever, I mean until I manage to stab this fork through to my brain. 

(Both the ag company and stabbing myself in the eye with a fork are at least marginal improvements on being a non-profit employee on the side of the job hierarchy that actually keeps the organization running. All of the responsibility, no authority, all of the stress, none of the money.)

Cowboy cupping with Graciano at HiU. Highroller coffee, gypsy operations. #lomejordetodo

Seattle, Take 2

From April 8th-12th the Specialty Coffee Association of America (SCAA) held its 27th annual Event, and for the second consecutive year the world’s best coffee makers gathered in Seattle. “Make” is a broad term, and the SCAA Event (Expo, lecture sessions, competitive drink preparation) lures producers, processors, exporters, importers, government delegations, trade guilds, non government organizations, roasters, equipment manufacturers, allied vendors, baristas, shop owners and a few die-hard consumers to convene in order to discuss problems, draft solutions, stroke feathers, ogle gadgets, rub elbows, spot gurus, showcase innovation, climb ladders, congratulate trailblazers, honor veterans, inspire newcomers, gossip nerdily, party harder than any other industry, and to raise a demitasse and sip a little bit of the world’s best coffee.

Returning to a place you’ve been before and seeing familiar people after a significant span of time is an experience that always twists my brain a little bit. I wrestle with it in The Aliveness of a Fleeting Century. In the context of everything we all do with our days, a year can seem a steep stretch of alarm clocks, laundry, dishes, carpooling, commuting, market movements, meetings, computer glitches, family affairs, work surprises, and all the other things that take up our daily time. But a year can also fly by, and returning to a convention center where exhibitors’ booths are in the same locations they were last year made The Event feel even more like a reunion.

Year as blink; year as span. A lot can happen in a year, but a lot can also not happen. Foundations that you build don’t necessarily dissolve from one year to the next. I seem to be really good at restarting things from scratch over and over, building elaborate Gothic sandcastles only to have to begin again after the ebbing of the next tide. SCAA was a comforting reminder that connections might be silent over the course of the year, but that doesn’t mean they are gone.

Total-immersion conferences like SCAA have the tendency to bend time (ie to fit a few years’ worth of sensory experience into 72 hours), but they also achieve the formidable metaphysical feat of gathering an entire industrial chain under one literal roof. Attendees constantly express their amazement that in the same hour you can meet a smallholder coffee farmer from Ethiopia, an industrial coffee farm business owner from Brazil, an artisan roaster from Taiwan, a marketing rep for a German foodservice roasting conglomerate, socially conscious importers, espresso machine builders, sales guys hawking flavored whipped cream, and a competitive latte pourer. If anything is mind-boggling it’s SCAA. Trying to imagine all of these people doing all these disparate jobs separately yet simultaneously, all for the motive of selling a beverage (albeit a versatile and potentially addictive one) takes a willing and elastic imagination.

Imagine we do. If one characteristic unites coffee the farmer, the whipped cream sales guy, and the DIY garage roaster, it’s the propensity for global vision. No one in coffee thinks small. SCAA is contagiously electric because everyone in attendance is actively exercising the mind’s capacity for international, interconnected thinking. Maybe its attributable to coffee’s legacy as an imperial good propogated by greedy empires, but no one involved into the business today is afraid of taking on the world. And take they do.

Throughout the conference I found myself constantly asking “where do coffeepeople keep their clones?!” This is not an industry of lazy people, but within the pool of people who obsessively get stuff done, there are those who do what seems logistically impossible and defy the laws of time and space in order to be everywhere at once. People like John Moore of Nobletree Coffee, who hosted a cupping at SCAA in Seattle one day and a cupping at Food Book Fair in New York the next. Pedro Echavarria of Santa Barbara Estate Coffee, who single handedly runs Colombia’s most wholly vertically integrated coffee business. Graciano Cruz of HiU Coffee, who owns farms in Panama, processes magic honey coffee in El Salvador, and has innovative grass roots biodiversity/rural empowerment projects launching in Ethiopia. Mayra Powell of Royal Coffee, who imports coffee in California while transforming the lives of Honduran smallholders in her home community through youth engagement and innovative profit sharing purchasing models. Crediting the caffeine wouldn’t be credit enough; coffeepeople make me want to get up early, stare the full world in the face, and make things happen.

This year’s SCAA was cause for celebration and inspiration and lots of abstract Latin nouns, but it wasn’t perfect. What might coffeepeople want to see next year? Producer to producer connections, for one. It dawned on me (maybe I’m late and other people have asked this question before) that the Event includes opportunities for baristas to convene with each other, roasters to convene with each other, importers to convene with each other, and lots of other lunches and breakfasts and parties aimed at giving people from one sector the chance to mix and mingle and brainstorm and socialize. But there is nothing on the agenda the officially invites producers from around the world to gather and shake hands with one another.

Is it fear that they might mutiny and make demands if the market price is below the cost of production (which it undoubtedly will be) at the time of the Event? Is it an awkwardness at the language barriers that would be involved? I don’t know. Coffee producers from different continents, from the tops of mountains in the earth’s most remote corners, are all in the same conference center, and all they do is pass each other in line for samples of scones. Some sort of gathering wouldn’t need to be a big to-do with translators and presentations and actual content; I’m just picturing how cool it would be to have a producer breakfast where growers from Chiapas to Aceh could all eat bagels together and shake hands and meet the people they hear rumors about from places that are no more than dots on a map for the other 362 days a year that SCAA isn’t happening. The business of being a farmer is that you don’t get out much; you have to be tending your land diligently in order to produce the good stuff. SCAA is an outing if ever there was one; why not facilitate chances for cross-continental connection that really cannot happen anywhere else?

SCAA is a potential-laden as it is coffee-star-studded. 10 days later I’m still coming down from high; my contact list is updated, my follow up emails are mostly sent, and I now know people by face who for years I have only known by name. New and old connections may lie dormant for another year, but as I face the crosstown bus and grad school finals and all the other unglamorousness of life, it is an invaluable bolster to know that they are there.

As I was getting ready to publish this post, I received an email from a panelist at the Young Producers session, a representative of 2,900 smallholders in Chiapas, Mexico. His email included an 11-point list of urgent topics about which he is willing to provide information for any articles I might want to write, representing the thousands of producers for whom he is the spokesperson (including roya, womens’ rights, migrant labor, costs of production). So many SCAA attendees arrive with the massive burden of having a 72 hour window to establish the connections that might make a fighting difference for the people they represent. More to come on Chiapas.

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Descending on Seattle

Tico style land cruiser sighted in Seattle!!

Countertop coffee tree at Caffe Vita Fremont shop

Starbucks Reserve Roastery and Tasting Room (aka Coffee Disneyland)

Menu from the cafe that would eventually inspire the genesis of Starbucks

R Star Life #reserve

Sbux Mecca

Needle time

City from the Space Needle

Cupping table of precision agriculture cultivated coffees from Nobletree. Very exciting. Got to meet the farm manager and see maps of the properties.

The Event

Vita booth had the best coffee on the floor. (That’s a lie. I barely drank any coffee on the floor, but this is the example of why I only drink a few cortados a year, so that they can all look this sexy and taste this damn good.)

With Jorge Lagos, Nicaraguan coffee producing superstar!

Ritual Coffee’s party came with the best. nametags. ever.

Seattlestreets.
The Coffeepeople Event: SCAA 2015 Seattle, Take 2 From April 8th-12th the Specialty Coffee Association of America (SCAA) held its 27th annual Event, and for the second consecutive year the world’s best coffee makers gathered in Seattle.
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One week ago today was one of the best weekends of my life; my second consecutive year at Coachella. I waited all year for three measly days, but they finally came, and they did not disappoint. Everything was great: the food, the drinks, the lineup, and most importantly, the vibe! 


Unfortunately, I’m not a member of the social elite so I don’t have any stories about the parties that I attended nor do I have stories about who I rubbed elbows with. I was just a member of the general population. I’m not saying that’s a bad thing. Car camping was the best experience ever. If you’ve gone to Coachella but have never camped, then I highly recommend it. If you’ve never been to Coachella at all, then I DEFINITELY recommend it. I promise it will be the best experience of your life!


After the hectic week I had at both school and work, it was a great way to relax and relieve some stress; even if it was in the hundred degree weather of the desert. Hahaha. I wish I had taken more pictures, but this year I decided to live the experience instead of documenting every second that happened, so I don’t have much to share. 


The weekend was filled with thrills and excitement, mostly because I had been waiting for this weekend for so long. Although I was surrounded by beautiful artworks and fantastic music, I think i was able to take away something more valuable last weekend: a sense of unity and belonging. On Sunday afternoon, amidst all the fun, we were walking towards the Sahara tent from the outer areas. To put it simply, we were on a slight hill overlooking the entrance of the tent, and from that distance, I saw the most amazing thing (which I now regret not taking a picture/video of). Hundreds of people from all over the festival were flocking to the stage and from where we stood, it looked pretty amazing. There was such a sense of family and unity as the masses walked/danced/made their way into the tent. A chill ran down my spine, and I knew this was the place for me. 

Day 1:

Shorts - Forever21

Tank Top - UNIQLO x SPRZ NY

Day 2:

V-Neck Tee - Old Navy

Denim Vest - Levi’s

Shorts - H&M

Flamingo Socks - J Crew

Day 3:

Button Up - Topman

Shorts - H&M

No matter how old you are, no vacation (no matter how long or short) would be complete without souvenirs. I wanted to hoard Coachella merchandise this year, but half of the store was pretty much sold out. I’m still happy with what I managed to get though! I think this sort-of-ombre palm tree tank top is pretty nice, and I managed to snag this vintage tin lunchbox! It also comes with a thermos! Now I can have soup on the go! 


No matter where I am able to travel, whether it be the tropical paradises of Asia, or the classic beauties of Europe, I don’t think anywhere will compare to the blazing deserts of Indio.

The Vagina Monologues

A week ago, UWC-USA had the privilege of viewing The Vagina Monologues performed by students for the second consecutive year. The Vagina Monologues is a series of monologues and dialogues about different issues and stories women have about vaginas. The piece was crafted through a series of interviews and then compiled by Eve Ensler. It was originally performed in 1996. Although I didn’t act in the UWC-USA version, I worked as a director for the performance and helped mold the show as a whole. It was amazing to be involved in the process this year. There were so many great actors and the pieces really spoke to our international audience.

At UWC-USA, it is easy to see the varied levels of comfort with the openness of such topics. Some of the students come from very conservative culture and I know many people involved in The Vagina Monologues had to consider this when creating the show. In the end it was decided that The Vagina Monologues needed to be done in a raw way so that all the messages that the monologues hold would come across properly.

My mom asked me after the show why I had wanted to be involved in something like this, especially at my age. Why did I feel the need to preach about such topics in high school? I think this is an important question that needs answering. Personally, I believe that The Vagina Monologues is a play that helps women everywhere reclaim a part of their womanhood that is often labeled as taboo when it should be just as respected and loved as any other aspect of womanhood. Having a show dedicated to the idea that we should in fact be discussing all things related to the vagina just helps reinforce female empowerment and I believe the younger we realize this, the more confident and prideful we can be in future situations.

The students and faculty both received the show very well, which makes me confident that what The Vagina Monologues say is important and needs to be heard. I hope that this performance can continue to be hosted each year and that each new generation of UWCers can be inspired by it in whatever way they feel is applicable. 

Olganuku Khaminwa - Joseph ‘15, USA-MA

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Schema Wins Communication Arts Award for Legislative Explorer

Our work on the Legislative Explorer for the Center For American Politics and Public Policy at the University of Washington won the 2015 Award of Excellence by Communication Arts. 

The work was also featured in the Communication Arts 2015 Interactive Annual with a full spread. 

The Legislative Explorer is a data visualization of bills in Congress. You can experience the project here: http://sche.ma/1eYI8Ax


We’re honored to have received this award for the second consecutive year. Thank you to our team, supporters and clients who have enabled us to continue delivering great work.

“In the competitive world of whisky few bottles can stay top of their class for long, but this blended malt from Japanese whisky brand Nikka was recently named ‘World’s Best Blended Malt’ at the World Whiskies Awards for the second consecutive year.

This award-winning bottle is part of Nikka’s Taketsuru range; named in honour of Nikka founder and father of Japanese whisky, Masataka Taketsuru. He is widely credited with bringing the craft of real single malt whisky to Japan in the 1920’s.

Taketsuru’s family owned a Sake brewery which has been producing since 1733, but it was the unique characteristics of Scotch whisky which captured Masataka’s imagination. In 1918 he enrolled at the University of Glasgow to study chemistry, and used his time in Scotland to learn the art of distilling and blending by taking apprenticeships at Longmorn, James Calder and Hazelburn distilleries.”

Read our full review of the Nikka Taketsuru 17 Year Old online today

Evgeni Malkin goes to the Czech Republic this week to play in the International Ice Hockey Federation World Championships, which start Friday. He plays great and leads Russia to the gold medal for the second consecutive year and the third time in four years. He returns home to Magnitogorsk as a hero.

It could happen.

Would that bother you?

—  no it wouldn’t, fuck off
Another Webby Win for FactCheck.org

FactCheck.org has been awarded the 2015 Webby for best Political Blog/Website by the International Academy of Digital Arts and Sciences. And thanks to our amazing readers, we also won the People’s Voice Webby in the same category.

This is the second consecutive year that FactCheck.org has won both awards, which honor the best of the Internet. We are now a six-time winner of the judge’s Webby award and an eight-time winner of the People’s Voice award as voted by the public.

The other finalists for best Political Blog/Website were Politico, New Zealand-based On the Fence, the Rolling Stone feature “America’s Gun Violence Epidemic,” and past winner Truthdig.

Winners will be honored at the 19th Annual Webby Awards on May 18 at Cipriani Wall Street in New York City. The event will be available for viewing the following day on www.webbyawards.com.

As always, we would like to thank the academy and our loyal followers for this honor.

 

 

 

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Pour la deuxième année consécutive, la maison de couture italienne Francesco Smalto était présente à Cannes, dans un lieu inédit et éphémère surplombant la Croisette : L’Observatoire. Pour cette occasion, la Manufacture Henryot a imaginé la scénographie en partenariat avec Axel Huynh et Loi#ca Saint-M’leux Graziani, pour un décor entièrement « noir & or ». Henryot a donc revisité un mobilier design aux courbes contemporaines, et créé des pièces uniques habillées de flanelle ou de rayures tennis, rappelant l’esprit tailleur.

Un grand Merci à Axel Huynh, ainsi qu’à la Maison Smalto pour cette belle collaboration.

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Joo Won, Kim Ah Joong, and Shin Dong Yup to Host 51st Baeksang Arts Awards: Actors Joo Won and Kim Ah Joong are set to join MC Shin Dong Yup in hosting this year’s Baeksang Arts Awards.

According to industry insiders, the three stars have been confirmed as MCs for the 51st Baeksang Arts Awards, which will be held at Kyunghee University‘s Peace Palace Hall on May 26 at 9 p.m.

For an impressive sixth year in a row, Kim Ah Joong is set to return as the host of the prestigious awards ceremony. This will also mark Shin Dong Yup and Kim Ah Joong’s second consecutive year to co-host the event, while Joo Won hosted the event with Kim Ah Joong two years ago in 2013.

Baeksang Arts Awards has been held annually since 1965 to celebrate achievements in Korean entertainment, mainly TV and film. The awards ceremony will be broadcast live on JTBC.

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Nishikori retains Barcelona title with battling win


#tennis #Nishikori [sports.dailymirror.lk]Kei Nishikori was crowned Barcelona Open champion for the second consecutive year after a hard-fought 6-4 6-4 victory over surprise Spanish finalist Pablo Andujar on Sunday. It was the ninth career title for the top-seeded Japanese, who again showed his …
Nishikori retains Barcelona title with battling win


#tennis #Nishikori [freemalaysiatoday.com]BARCELONA: Kei Nishikori was crowned Barcelona Open champion for the second consecutive year after a hard-fought 6-4 6-4 victory over surprise Spanish finalist Pablo Andujar on Sunday. It was the ninth career title for the top-seeded Japanese, who again …
Nishikori Retains Barcelona Title With Battling Win

Kei Nishikori was crowned Barcelona Open champion for the second consecutive year after a hard-fought 6-4 6-4 victory over surprise Spanish finalist Pablo Andujar on Sunday.



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