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Post-Match Thread: Ecuador 4-2 Uruguay [WC Qualification South America, Round 2]

2020.10.14 01:04 threaddo Post-Match Thread: Ecuador 4-2 Uruguay [WC Qualification South America, Round 2]

FT: Ecuador 4-2 Uruguay

Ecuador Score Uruguay
M. Caicedo 15' [1]-0
M. Estrada 45'+4' [2]-0
M. Estrada 52' [3]-0
G. Plata 75' [4]-0
4-[1] L. Suárez 84' (pen.)
4-[2] L. Suárez 90'+5' (pen.)
Date: 13/10/2020 — 23:00 CEST, 17:00 EDT, 22:00 BST, 02:30 IST
Competition: WC Qualification South America (Round 2)
Venue: Estadio Rodrigo Paz Delgado (Quito)
Referee: W. Roldán

Lineups

Ecuador Notes Uruguay Notes
WLLWL LWDWD
Manager: G. Alfaro Manager: Ó. Tabárez
22 A. Domínguez 12 M. Campaña
4 R. Arboleda 22 M. Cáceres
14 X. Arreaga 3 D. Godín
16 P. Estupiñán SUB 74' 4 R. Araújo
8 C. Gruezo YC 37' 17 M. Viña
17 A. Preciado 8 N. Nández SUB 46'
23 M. Caicedo G 15'; SUB 85' 6 R. Bentancur SUB 77'
15 Á. Mena A 15' 15 F. Valverde SUB 89'
13 E. Valencia A 52'; SUB 69' 16 B. Rodríguez SUB 46'
7 R. Ibarra SUB 69' 9 L. Suárez PG 84'; PG 90'+5'
11 M. Estrada G 45'+4'; G 52'; SUB 85' 18 M. Gómez SUB 63'

Substitutes

Ecuador: A. Franco (SUB 69'; A 75'), G. Plata (SUB 69'; G 75'), D. Palacios (SUB 74'; YC 83'), L. Campana (SUB 85'), C. Noboa (SUB 85'), P. Perlaza, F. Guerra, P. Ortíz, H. Galíndez, J. Sornoza, A. Ibarra, F. Torres
Uruguay: N. De La Cruz (SUB 46'), D. Núñez (SUB 46'), J. Rodríguez (SUB 63'), L. Torreira (SUB 77'), M. Arambarri (SUB 89'), D. Suárez, M. Silva, R. Muñoz, S. Coates, D. Rossi, A. Oliveros

Timeline

15': Goal! M. Caicedo scores [Á. Mena assist] — Ecuador [1]-0 Uruguay .
37': Yellow card shown to C. Gruezo ( Ecuador).
45'+4': Goal! M. Estrada scores — Ecuador [2]-0 Uruguay .
46': Substitution for Uruguay: N. De La Cruz in, N. Nández out.
46': Substitution for Uruguay: D. Núñez in, B. Rodríguez out.
52': Goal! M. Estrada scores [E. Valencia assist] — Ecuador [3]-0 Uruguay .
63': Substitution for Uruguay: J. Rodríguez in, M. Gómez out.
69': Substitution for Ecuador: A. Franco in, R. Ibarra out.
69': Substitution for Ecuador: G. Plata in, E. Valencia out.
74': Substitution for Ecuador: D. Palacios in, P. Estupiñán out.
75': Goal! G. Plata scores [A. Franco assist] — Ecuador [4]-0 Uruguay .
77': Substitution for Uruguay: L. Torreira in, R. Bentancur out.
83': Yellow card shown to D. Palacios ( Ecuador).
84': Goal! L. Suárez scores (Penalty) — Ecuador 4-[1] Uruguay .
85': Substitution for Ecuador: L. Campana in, M. Estrada out.
85': Substitution for Ecuador: C. Noboa in, M. Caicedo out.
89': Substitution for Uruguay: M. Arambarri in, F. Valverde out.
90'+5': Goal! L. Suárez scores (Penalty) — Ecuador 4-[2] Uruguay .
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2020.10.10 19:55 threaddo Post-Match Thread: Liechtenstein 0-1 Gibraltar [UEFA Nations League, Round 3]

FT: Liechtenstein 0-1 Gibraltar

Liechtenstein Score Gibraltar
0-[1] T. De Barr 10'
Date: 10/10/2020 — 18:00 CEST, 12:00 EDT, 17:00 BST, 21:30 IST
Competition: UEFA Nations League (Round 3)
Venue: Rheinpark Stadion (Vaduz)
Referee: K. Levnikov

Lineups

Liechtenstein Notes Gibraltar Notes
LWWLL WLWLL
Manager: H. Kolvidsson Manager: J. Ribas
1 B. Büchel 1 K. Goldwin YC 80'
18 N. Hasler 6 S. Wiseman
3 M. Göppel 16 A. Mouelhi YC 64'
6 A. Malin 12 J. Olivero
23 J. Hofer YC 26' 5 L. Annesley YC 21'
13 Martin Büchel YC 66' 10 L. Walker
20 S. Wolfinger SUB 59' 4 J. Sergeant YC 90'+6'
8 A. Sele SUB 46' 22 G. Torrilla YC 45'+2'
16 F. Wolfinger SUB 46' 8 M. Hassan
11 D. Salanović 7 L. Casciaro A 10'; SUB 74'
22 S. Kühne YC 70'; SUB 86' 19 T. De Barr G 10'; YC 23'; SUB 72'

Substitutes

Liechtenstein: N. Frommelt (SUB 46'; YC 72'), S. Yildiz (SUB 46'), D. Brändle (SUB 59'), P. Ospelt (SUB 86'), L. Lo Russo, N. Kollmann, J. Ospelt, D. Kaufmann
Gibraltar: R. Styche (SUB 72'), E. Jolley (SUB 74'; YC 83'), K. Ronan, K. Casciaro, A. Pons, B. Power, J. Vinet, K. Chipolina, J. Coombes, J. Robba, A. El Hmidi, B. Banda

Timeline

10': Goal! T. De Barr scores [L. Casciaro assist] — Liechtenstein 0-[1] Gibraltar .
21': Yellow card shown to L. Annesley ( Gibraltar).
23': Yellow card shown to T. De Barr ( Gibraltar).
26': Yellow card shown to J. Hofer ( Liechtenstein).
45'+2': Yellow card shown to G. Torrilla ( Gibraltar).
46': Substitution for Liechtenstein: N. Frommelt in, A. Sele out.
46': Substitution for Liechtenstein: S. Yildiz in, F. Wolfinger out.
59': Substitution for Liechtenstein: D. Brändle in, S. Wolfinger out.
64': Yellow card shown to A. Mouelhi ( Gibraltar).
66': Yellow card shown to Martin Büchel ( Liechtenstein).
70': Yellow card shown to S. Kühne ( Liechtenstein).
72': Yellow card shown to N. Frommelt ( Liechtenstein).
72': Substitution for Gibraltar: R. Styche in, T. De Barr out.
74': Substitution for Gibraltar: E. Jolley in, L. Casciaro out.
80': Yellow card shown to K. Goldwin ( Gibraltar).
83': Yellow card shown to E. Jolley ( Gibraltar).
86': Substitution for Liechtenstein: P. Ospelt in, S. Kühne out.
90'+6': Yellow card shown to J. Sergeant ( Gibraltar).
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2020.10.09 02:45 threaddo Post-Match Thread: Uruguay 2-1 Chile [WC Qualification South America, Round 1]

FT: Uruguay 2-1 Chile

Uruguay Score Chile
L. Suárez 39' (pen.) [1]-0
1-[1] A. Sánchez 54'
M. Gómez 90'+3' [2]-1
Date: 09/10/2020 — 00:45 CEST, 18:45 EDT, 23:45 BST, 04:15 IST
Competition: WC Qualification South America (Round 1)
Venue: Estadio Centenario (Montevideo)
Referee: E. Aquino

Lineups

Uruguay Notes Chile Notes
WDWDW LWDLD
Manager: Ó. Tabárez Manager: R. Rueda
12 M. Campaña 12 G. Arias
22 M. Cáceres 5 P. Díaz
3 D. Godín 18 S. Vegas
19 S. Coates YC 55' 15 F. Sierralta YC 75'
17 M. Viña 2 N. Díaz SUB 83'
10 G. De Arrascaeta SUB 78' 8 A. Vidal
6 R. Bentancur YC 59'; SUB 78' 6 J. Fuenzalida SUB 68'
15 F. Valverde 20 C. Aránguiz A 54'
7 N. De La Cruz SUB 56' 16 C. Baeza YC 90'+1'
16 B. Rodríguez 7 A. Sánchez G 54'
9 L. Suárez PG 39' 11 E. Vargas SUB 68'

Substitutes

Uruguay: N. Nández (SUB 56'), J. Rodríguez (SUB 78'), M. Arambarri (SUB 78'), R. Muñoz, R. Araújo, M. Gómez (G 90'+3'), L. Torreira, D. Rossi, A. Oliveros, D. Núñez, D. Suárez, M. Silva
Chile: C. Pinares (SUB 68'), V. Dávila (SUB 68'), E. Roco (SUB 83'), R. Echeverría, T. Alarcón, O. Carabalí, J. Meneses, D. Valdés, J. Gaete, L. Reyes, B. Cortés

Timeline

39': Goal! L. Suárez scores (Penalty) — Uruguay [1]-0 Chile .
54': Goal! A. Sánchez scores [C. Aránguiz assist] — Uruguay 1-[1] Chile .
55': Yellow card shown to S. Coates ( Uruguay).
56': Substitution for Uruguay: N. Nández in, N. De La Cruz out.
59': Yellow card shown to R. Bentancur ( Uruguay).
68': Substitution for Chile: C. Pinares in, J. Fuenzalida out.
68': Substitution for Chile: V. Dávila in, E. Vargas out.
75': Yellow card shown to F. Sierralta ( Chile).
78': Substitution for Uruguay: J. Rodríguez in, G. De Arrascaeta out.
78': Substitution for Uruguay: M. Arambarri in, R. Bentancur out.
83': Substitution for Chile: E. Roco in, N. Díaz out.
90'+1': Yellow card shown to C. Baeza ( Chile).
90'+3': Goal! M. Gómez scores — Uruguay [2]-1 Chile .
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2020.10.01 02:10 threaddo Post-Match Thread: Nacional 1-2 Racing Club [CONMEBOL Libertadores, Round 5]

FT: Nacional 1-2 Racing Club

Nacional Score Racing Club
0-[1] N. Reniero 17'
A. Soto 53' (o.g.) [1]-1
1-[2] H. Fértoli 76' (pen.)
Date: 01/10/2020 — 00:15 CEST, 18:15 EDT, 23:15 BST, 03:45 IST
Competition: CONMEBOL Libertadores (Round 5)
Venue: Estadio Gran Parque Central (Montevideo)
Referee: J. Méndez

Lineups

Nacional Notes Racing Club Notes
LWWWD WWLWW
Manager: G. Munúa Manager: S. Beccacece
1 S. Rochet YC 75' 1 G. Arias
15 A. Cougo 30 L. Sigali
2 M. Laborda YC 31' 4 I. Pillud
3 R. Orihuela 3 A. Soto OG 53'
26 A. Méndez 21 M. Díaz SUB 46'
10 R. Amaral SUB 55' 35 L. Melgarejo SUB 67'
20 F. Carballo SUB 84' 23 N. Domínguez
23 S. Rodríguez YC 74' 19 L. Miranda
7 B. Ocampo YC 8'; SUB 71' 22 W. Montoya SUB 46'
16 E. Martínez SUB 54' 7 H. Fértoli PG 76'; SUB 81'
29 T. Vecino SUB 55' 29 N. Reniero G 17'; YC 83'

Substitutes

Nacional: C. Yacob (SUB 54'; YC 83'), A. Trezza (SUB 55'), G. Bergessio (SUB 55'; YC 70'), G. Castro (SUB 71'), S. Fernández (SUB 84'), S. Cartagena, J. Trasante, P. Vinícius, A. Oliveros, L. Mejía, G. Corujo, A. González
Racing Club: T. Banega (SUB 46'; YC 56'), A. Solari (SUB 46'), B. Garré (SUB 67'), E. Mena (SUB 81'), F. Domínguez, D. Cvitanich, G. Gómez, M. Martínez, M. Ibáñez, J. López, L. Orbán, C. Alcaraz

Timeline

8': Yellow card shown to B. Ocampo ( Nacional).
17': Goal! N. Reniero scores — Nacional 0-[1] Racing Club .
31': Yellow card shown to M. Laborda ( Nacional).
46': Substitution for Racing Club: T. Banega in, M. Díaz out.
46': Substitution for Racing Club: A. Solari in, W. Montoya out.
53': Own goal! A. Soto scores — Nacional [1]-1 Racing Club .
54': Substitution for Nacional: C. Yacob in, E. Martínez out.
55': Substitution for Nacional: A. Trezza in, R. Amaral out.
55': Substitution for Nacional: G. Bergessio in, T. Vecino out.
56': Yellow card shown to T. Banega ( Racing Club).
67': Substitution for Racing Club: B. Garré in, L. Melgarejo out.
70': Yellow card shown to G. Bergessio ( Nacional).
71': Substitution for Nacional: G. Castro in, B. Ocampo out.
74': Yellow card shown to S. Rodríguez ( Nacional).
75': Yellow card shown to S. Rochet ( Nacional).
76': Goal! H. Fértoli scores (Penalty) — Nacional 1-[2] Racing Club .
81': Substitution for Racing Club: E. Mena in, H. Fértoli out.
83': Yellow card shown to N. Reniero ( Racing Club).
83': Yellow card shown to C. Yacob ( Nacional).
84': Substitution for Nacional: S. Fernández in, F. Carballo out.

Match Statistics

Nacional Stat Racing Club
4 Corners 3
7 Fouls 4
1 Offsides 0
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2020.09.18 00:01 threaddo Post-Match Thread: Racing Club 0-1 Nacional [CONMEBOL Libertadores, Round 3]

FT: Racing Club 0-1 Nacional

Racing Club Score Nacional
0-[1] G. Bergessio 53' (pen.)
Date: 17/09/2020 — 22:00 CEST, 16:00 EDT, 21:00 BST, 01:30 IST
Competition: CONMEBOL Libertadores (Round 3)
Venue: Estadio Presidente Juan Domingo Perón (Avellaneda, Provincia de Buenos Aires)
Referee: C. Garay

Lineups

Racing Club Notes Nacional Notes
LWWWW WWDWW
Manager: S. Beccacece Manager: G. Munúa
1 G. Arias 1 S. Rochet
30 L. Sigali 33 P. Vinícius
4 I. Pillud 21 G. Corujo
5 E. Mena YC 48' 4 A. Oliveros
16 M. Martínez SUB 68' 26 A. Méndez
18 A. Solari YC 25'; 2YC 54' 5 C. Yacob YC 56'; SUB 63'
19 L. Miranda 23 S. Rodríguez SUB 85'
10 M. Rojas SUB 46' 8 G. Neves
20 D. Cvitanich SUB 58' 7 B. Ocampo SUB 63'
7 H. Fértoli SUB 58' 9 G. Bergessio PG 53'; SUB 85'
17 B. Garré SUB 68' 19 A. Trezza SUB 75'

Substitutes

Racing Club: C. Alcaraz (SUB 46'), L. López (SUB 58'), N. Reniero (SUB 58'), W. Montoya (SUB 68'), N. Domínguez (SUB 68'), G. Gómez, A. Soto, F. Domínguez, T. Banega, M. Ibáñez, L. Orbán
Nacional: F. Carballo (SUB 63'; YC 70'), G. Castro (SUB 63'), S. Fernández (SUB 75'), S. Cartagena (SUB 85'), T. Vecino (SUB 85'), Felipe Gedoz, M. Laborda, A. Cougo, J. Trasante, M. Suárez, R. Amaral, L. Mejía

Timeline

25': Yellow card shown to A. Solari ( Racing Club).
46': Substitution for Racing Club: C. Alcaraz in, M. Rojas out.
48': Yellow card shown to E. Mena ( Racing Club).
53': Goal! G. Bergessio scores (Penalty) — Racing Club 0-[1] Nacional .
54': Red card (2nd yellow) shown to A. Solari ( Racing Club).
56': Yellow card shown to C. Yacob ( Nacional).
58': Substitution for Racing Club: L. López in, H. Fértoli out.
58': Substitution for Racing Club: N. Reniero in, D. Cvitanich out.
63': Substitution for Nacional: F. Carballo in, C. Yacob out.
63': Substitution for Nacional: G. Castro in, B. Ocampo out.
68': Substitution for Racing Club: W. Montoya in, B. Garré out.
68': Substitution for Racing Club: N. Domínguez in, M. Martínez out.
70': Yellow card shown to F. Carballo ( Nacional).
75': Substitution for Nacional: S. Fernández in, A. Trezza out.
85': Substitution for Nacional: S. Cartagena in, S. Rodríguez out.
85': Substitution for Nacional: T. Vecino in, G. Bergessio out.

Match Statistics

Racing Club Stat Nacional
4 Corners 0
8 Fouls 7
2 Offsides 0
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2020.09.17 20:54 threaddo Post-Match Thread: Djurgårdens IF 2-1 Europa [UEFA Europa League]

FT: Djurgårdens IF 2-1 Europa

Djurgårdens IF Score Europa
C. Edwards 42' [1]-0
1-[1] Adrián Gallardo 57'
F. Ulvestad 69' (pen.) [2]-1
Date: 17/09/2020 — 19:00 CEST, 13:00 EDT, 18:00 BST, 22:30 IST
Competition: UEFA Europa League
Venue: Tele2 Arena (Stockholm)
Referee: S. Frappart

Lineups

Djurgårdens IF Notes Europa Notes
WDLDL LLWWW
Manager: K. Bergstrand Manager: Rafael Escobar
12 P. Bråtveit 1 Javi Muñoz
5 E. Käck 4 Olmo González YC 82'
4 J. Une-Larsson 2 E. Jolley
16 A. Witry 12 J. Mascarenhas-Olivero
9 H. Radetinac SUB 84' 8 Alex Quillo YC 58'; 2YC 62'
7 M. Eriksson 21 Polaco
23 F. Ulvestad PG 69' 7 Juampe Rico SUB 79'
6 J. Karlström 10 L. Walker
24 C. Edwards YC 2'; G 42'; SUB 64' 17 Marco Rosa SUB 36'
17 K. Holmberg 16 Ale Carrascal
14 E. Chilufya YC 52'; SUB 72' 9 Adrián Gallardo G 57'

Substitutes

Djurgårdens IF: J. Augustinsson (SUB 64'), E. Kujović (SUB 72'), J. Ring (SUB 84'), K. Walker, M .Mitku, M. Jonsson, T. Vaiho
Europa: K. Poku (SUB 36'; YC 89'), M. Yome (SUB 79'), M. Gibson, S. Moreno, M. Hassan, Emilio Romero, Willy

Timeline

2': Yellow card shown to C. Edwards ( Djurgårdens IF).
36': Substitution for Europa: K. Poku in, Marco Rosa out.
42': Goal! C. Edwards scores — Djurgårdens IF [1]-0 Europa .
52': Yellow card shown to E. Chilufya ( Djurgårdens IF).
57': Goal! Adrián Gallardo scores — Djurgårdens IF 1-[1] Europa .
58': Yellow card shown to Alex Quillo ( Europa).
62': Red card (2nd yellow) shown to Alex Quillo ( Europa).
64': Substitution for Djurgårdens IF: J. Augustinsson in, C. Edwards out.
69': Goal! F. Ulvestad scores (Penalty) — Djurgårdens IF [2]-1 Europa .
72': Substitution for Djurgårdens IF: E. Kujović in, E. Chilufya out.
79': Substitution for Europa: M. Yome in, Juampe Rico out.
82': Yellow card shown to Olmo González ( Europa).
84': Substitution for Djurgårdens IF: J. Ring in, H. Radetinac out.
89': Yellow card shown to K. Poku ( Europa).
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2020.09.05 16:51 threaddo Post-Match Thread: Gibraltar 1-0 San Marino [UEFA Nations League, Round 1]

FT: Gibraltar 1-0 San Marino

Gibraltar Score San Marino
G. Torilla 42' [1]-0
Date: 05/09/2020 — 15:00 CEST, 09:00 EDT, 14:00 BST, 18:30 IST
Competition: UEFA Nations League (Round 1)
Venue: Victoria Stadium (Gibraltar)
Referee: A. Anufrijevs

Lineups

Gibraltar Notes San Marino Notes
WLLLL LLLLL
Manager: J. Ribas Manager: F. Varrella
23 D. Coleing 23 E. Benedettini
6 S. Wiseman 6 D. Simoncini YC 64'
16 A. Mouelhi 3 M. Palazzi
12 J. Mascarenhas-Olivero 5 C. Brolli
14 R. Chipolina 11 M. Battistini SUB 46'
20 E. Britto 2 D. Rossi SUB 78'
5 L. Annesley 8 E. Golinucci
10 L. Walker A 42'; YC 90' 16 M. Mularoni
22 G. Torilla G 42' 10 F. Berardi
18 Anthony Hernandez 15 K. Zonzini SUB 65'
7 L. Casciaro SUB 78' 18 N. Nanni YC 15'

Substitutes

Gibraltar: M. Hassan (SUB 78'), K. Ronan, J. Vinet, R. Styche, K. Chipolina, B. Banda, J. Sergeant, T. De Barr, K. Casciaro, J. Coombes, J. Garcia, K. Goldwin
San Marino: A. D'Addario, L. Ceccaroli (SUB 65'), A. Hirsch (SUB 78'), A. Golinucci, L. Tosi, F. Tomassini, M. Zavoli, M. Giardi, M. Vitaioli, L. Lunadei, S. Benedettini, A. Grandoni

Timeline

15': Yellow card shown to N. Nanni ( San Marino).
42': Goal! G. Torilla scores [L. Walker assist] — Gibraltar [1]-0 San Marino .
46': Substitution for San Marino: A. DAddario in, M. Battistini out.
64': Yellow card shown to D. Simoncini ( San Marino).
65': Substitution for San Marino: L. Ceccaroli in, K. Zonzini out.
78': Substitution for Gibraltar: M. Hassan in, L. Casciaro out.
78': Substitution for San Marino: A. Hirsch in, D. Rossi out.
90': Yellow card shown to L. Walker ( Gibraltar).
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2020.08.18 22:55 threaddo Post-Match Thread: Crvena Zvezda 5-0 Europa [UEFA Champions League]

FT: Crvena Zvezda 5-0 Europa

Crvena Zvezda Score Europa
E. Ben Nabouhane 35' [1]-0
E. Ben Nabouhane 44' [2]-0
E. Ben Nabouhane 52' [3]-0
M. Ivanić 78' [4]-0
M. Ivanić 87' [5]-0
Date: 18/08/2020 — 21:00 CEST, 15:00 EDT, 20:00 BST, 00:30 IST
Competition: UEFA Champions League
Venue: Stadion Rajko Mitić (Beograd)
Referee: V. Chinkov

Lineups

Crvena Zvezda Notes Europa Notes
Manager: D. Stanković Manager: Rafael Escobar
82 M. Borjan 1 Javi Muñoz
19 N. Milunović 4 Olmo González
23 M. Rodić SUB 46' 12 J. Mascarenhas-Olivero
5 M. Degenek 7 Juampe Rico
77 M. Gobeljić 10 L. Walker YC 83'
10 A. Katai 22 Willy SUB 64'
70 S. Spiridonović SUB 68' 6 Blas Álvarez YC 18'; SUB 70'
35 S. Sanogo YC 73'; SUB 74' 17 Marco Rosa YC 45'
8 G. Kanga 16 Ale Carrascal
4 M. Ivanić G 78'; G 87' 15 M. Hassan
31 E. Ben Nabouhane G 35'; G 44'; G 52' 9 Adrián Gallardo SUB 60'

Substitutes

Crvena Zvezda: M. Gajić (SUB 46'), Tómané (SUB 68'), M. Vulić (SUB 74'), R. Pankov, N. Petrović, R. Boakye, Z. Popović
Europa: Manu Dimas (SUB 60'), Polaco (SUB 64'), Alex Quillo (SUB 70'), S. Moreno, C. Lopez, Emilio Romero, M. Yome

Timeline

18': Yellow card shown to Blas Álvarez ( Europa).
35': Goal! E. Ben Nabouhane scores — Crvena Zvezda [1]-0 Europa .
44': Goal! E. Ben Nabouhane scores — Crvena Zvezda [2]-0 Europa .
45': Yellow card shown to Marco Rosa ( Europa).
46': Substitution for Crvena Zvezda: M. Gajić in, M. Rodić out.
52': Goal! E. Ben Nabouhane scores — Crvena Zvezda [3]-0 Europa .
60': Substitution for Europa: Manu Dimas in, Adrián Gallardo out.
64': Substitution for Europa: Polaco in, Willy out.
68': Substitution for Crvena Zvezda: Tómané in, S. Spiridonović out.
70': Substitution for Europa: Alex Quillo in, Blas Álvarez out.
73': Yellow card shown to S. Sanogo ( Crvena Zvezda).
74': Substitution for Crvena Zvezda: M. Vulić in, S. Sanogo out.
78': Goal! M. Ivanić scores — Crvena Zvezda [4]-0 Europa .
83': Yellow card shown to L. Walker ( Europa).
87': Goal! M. Ivanić scores — Crvena Zvezda [5]-0 Europa .
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2020.04.27 22:46 IAmGrum Looking back at the Grantland Transaction Trees (5+ years later)

Looking back at the Grantland Transaction Trees (5+ years later)

Back in 2014, Grantland produced a great article about the longest active transaction trees for each team. A transaction tree traces how a current player on the rostesystem for that team was acquired, by following backwards the transactions that were used to (eventually) acquire that player. In the Grantland article, they trace players based on player-for-player trades (or multiple-team/player trades), as well as players drafted using compensation picks for players signed as free agents.
The Yankees/Angels have swapped spots compared to the original article because they had an incorrect listed date for the Alfonso Soriano purchase to start the Yankees transaction tree.
Here are the transaction trees for the 30 teams, sorted by shortest to longest (at the time of the original article), and the linked images showing the trees from the article. I have then provided an update based on the players presented to see if the transaction trees remained active (or when they finally ended).
Rank. Team : Start Date - End Date Active Players At The Time Of Original Article

30. Cincinatti Reds : 2002/08/23 - 2015/11/06 David Holmberg

29. San Francisco Giants : 2002/06/04 - 2017/10/01 Matt Cain

28. Seattle Mariners : 2000/11/30 - 2017/11/02 Danny Farquhar

27. Chicago Cubs : 2000/07/02 - TODAY Justin Grimm/Mike Olt/Neil Ramirez/C.J.Edwards

26. Atlanta Braves : 2000/06/05 - 2015/10/09 Todd Cunningham

T-25. Kansas City Royals : 1999/06/02 - 2018/10/29 Lorenzo Cain/Alcides Escobar

T-25 Baltimore Orioles : 1999/06/02 - 2018/10/29 Adam Jones/Chris Tillman/George Sherrill/Kameron Mickolio

23. New York Yankees : 1998/09/26 - 2016/08/13 Alex Rodriguez

22. Los Angeles Angels : 1998/09/24 - 2016/08/31 David Freese/Fernando Salas

21. Detroit Tigers : 1997/11/01 - TODAY Robbie Ray/Ian Krol/Steve Lombardozzi

T-20. Philadelphia Phillies : 1996/06/04 - TODAY Jimmy Rollins

T-20. Texas Rangers : 1996/06/04 - 2015/10/21 Michael Choice/Chris Bostick/Lisalverto Bonilla

T-20. Pittsburgh Pirates : 1996/06/04 - 2016/04/21 Jose Tabata/Jeff Karstens/Daniel McCutchen/Ross Ohlendorf

17. Tampa Bay Rays : 1996/03/04 - TODAY Logan Forsythe/Brad BoxbergeMaxx Tissenbaum/Matt Lollis/Matt Andriese

16. Arizona Diamondbacks : 1995/11/08 - 2018/07/31 Mark Trumbo/Brandon Jacobs/A.J.Schugel

15. Chicago White Sox : 1994/02/08 - 2015/12/02 Tyler Flowers/Jon Gilmore/Santos Rodriguez/Brent Lillibridge

14. Oakland Athletics : 1993/07/01 - 2018/08/02 Shane Peterson/Clayton Mortensen/Brett Wallace

T-13. St. Louis Cardinals : 1993/06/03 - TODAY Adam Wainwright/Ray King/Jason Marquis

T-13. Milwaukee Brewers : 1993/06/03 - TODAY Jean Segura/Ariel Pena/Johnny Hellweg

T-13. Colorado Rockies : 1993/06/03 - 2019/11/01 Rex Brothers

10. Toronto Blue Jays : 1992/07/09 - 2018/10/29 Marco Estrada

9. Miami Marlins : 1992/06/01 - TODAY Nathan Eovaldi/Scott McGough

8. Montreal Expos/Washington Nationals : 1989/11/13 - TODAY Jordan Zimmermann

7. Minnesota Twins : 1989/06/05 - 2015/11/06 Brian Duensing/Lester Oliveros/Cole Nelson

6. Los Angeles Dodgers : 1988/06/01 - 2017/11/04 Andre Ethier

5. Houston Astros : 1987/06/02 - TODAY Brett OberholtzePaul Clemens/Juan Abreu/Jordan Schafer

4. Boston Red Sox : 1986/06/16 - TODAY Brandon Workman/Anthony Ranaudo

3. San Diego Padres : 1985/06/03 - TODAY Andrew CashneKyung-Min Na/Casey Kelly/Reymond Fuentes

2. Cleveland Indians : 1977/06/07 - TODAY Corey Kluber

1. New York Mets : 1967/06/06 - 2019/01/07 David Wright

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2020.02.16 13:54 liferider09 A collection of free events - week of 2/16

It is very difficult to strike the line between quality and quantity. It helps to have more than just nypl and nyc parks events.
Apparently, I was left with nothing from Queens -_-

Manhattan

Asssscat 3000, 2/16

Performers from The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre perform longform improv with frequent special guests from your favorite TV shows and movies. The 7:30pm shows cost $14 and tickets go on sale 2 weeks before the show date at 12pm. The 9:30pm show is FREE but you must make a reservation in advance. Reservations become available online at 12pm (noon) the day of the show. PLEASE NOTE: The listed cast lineup is subject to change. Our talented performers are very in-demand and although they would like to do so, other obligations prevent them from being able to do ASSSSCAT every week.
555 W 42nd Street, New York, NY
9:30 PM
source: https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com
https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com/performance/72529

Toe Tappin' Tuesdays Presented by the Gotham Jazzmen, 2/18

The Gotham Jazzmen present a weekly concert of jazz favorites certain to lift your spirits and make you forget your “library voices.” Doors open at 11:45 a.m.
FEATURING
Pete Sokolow, Piano; Lee Lorenz, Cornet;
James Lincoln Collier, Trombone; Ernie Lumer, Clarinet;
Ed Bonoff, Drums; David Hofstra, Bass.
40 Lincoln Center Plaza (65th St and Columbus Ave), New York, NY
12 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/04/toe-tappin-tuesdays-presented-gotham-jazzmen

Winter Bird Walk at the Battery With NYC Audubon, 2/18

Join us for bird walks in The Battery with NYC Audubon! Explore the diverse over-wintering birds that find food and habitat on The Battery's waterfront, such as ducks, geese, loons, sparrows, and finches. We might even spot a seal! Register online. The walk will be led by Gabriel Willow, an educator from NYC Audubon. Gabriel is an experienced birder and naturalist and is well-versed in the ecology and history of New York City. He has been leading walks for NYC Audubon for more than ten years, guiding new and experienced birders in all five boroughs and beyond. Meet at the Netherlands Memorial Flag Pole located at the entrance to the park on the corner of Broadway, Battery Place, and State Street. After the walk, we hope you will linger to enjoy the nation's largest perennial garden open 365 days free to the public. Learn more about The Battery at thebattery.org.
Netherland Monument (In the Battery), Manhattan
6 PM
source: https://www.nycgovparks.org
https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/02/11/winter-bird-walk-at-the-battery-with-nyc-audubon

Beethoven the Bard and the Boards, 2/18

Beethoven loved theater. His personal journal is littered with quotations from his favorite plays, and he often wrote music inspired by his favorite characters and scenes. In the Library's cafe, HB Studio actors perform scenes table-side from Romeo and Juliet, The Tempest, plus Goethe’s Egmont, and Klinger’s Sturm und Drang, interspersed with recordings of related Beethoven piano sonatas, string quartets, and overtures.
Reserve your general admission seat.
40 Lincoln Center Plaza (65th St and Columbus Ave), New York, NY
7 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/06/beethoven-bard-and-boards

Opening Reception: Guo Fengyi & Curtis Talwst, 2/19

Please join us on Wednesday, February 19 at 6pm - 8pm for the opening reception of our winter exhibitions Guo Fengyi: To See from a Distance and Curtis Talwst Santiago: Can't I Alter.
35 Wooster St, New York, NY
6 PM
source: The Drawing Center
http://www.drawingcenter.org/en/drawingcente20/events/21/public-programs/2311/opening-reception/

Self-Defense Workshop With POP Gym, 2/19

Palm Heels for the people! Don’t get that joke? No worries! Come by this FREE workshop to learn some introductory skills that will keep you feeling safe. We’ll be covering the basics: stretching, conditioning, technique, and theory, with the hope that participants will leave with some super useful foundations that will aid them in the day-to-day. Mix that in with some sweat and some movement, and you’ll have an accessible and confidence-boosting good time for all. Whether you are a beginner, or someone with experience, come work it out with us! Open to all ages! Participants should wear clothing in which they are comfortable stretching and sweating. POP Gym is a new project, working towards opening a physical space in Brooklyn that offers free self-defense, fitness, and skill share classes 7 days a week. As we continue planning, we invite you to come by any of our events this summer! Our workshops have been described as, “fun”, “holistic” and “empowering”, and for any questions, comments, or inquiries for future workshops for you or your organizations, email us at [email protected]
172 Allen St, New York, NY
7 PM
source: bluestockings.com
https://bluestockings.com/event/self-defense-workshop-with-pop-gym-28/?instance_id=211613

Literature Out Loud: Modern Love Poetry, 2/20

Do you want to find time for literature in your busy life? Join us on your lunch hour or your free afternoon to celebrate literature in bite-size servings!
At each session of Literature Out Loud we will read aloud and discuss passages of classic and contemporary poetry from across the globe.
This month, we will explore the foundation and evolution of love poetry. In this session, understand and discuss the complex evolution of love poetry in our modern era, from Adrienne Rich to John Berryman…
476 Fifth Avenue (42nd Street Entrance), New York, NY
1 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/06/clone-literature-out-loud-classical-love-poetry

Movies @ Kips Bay Library Presents New Releases Movie Night: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, 2/20

Synopsis
An actor and his stunt double struggle to keep pace with the evolving entertainment industry in 1960s Los Angeles. Directors Quentin Tarantino
Production year 2019, Rating R, Studio Columbia Pictures Industries Inc., Runtime 161 minutes.
Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Luke Perry, Dakota Fanning.
446 Third Avenue, New York, NY
2 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/20/movies-kips-bay-library-presents-new-releases-movie-night

Narcan Overdose Prevention Training, 2/20

Every Thursday, Bluestockings will be hosting a free, walk-in harm reduction training and discussion on overdose prevention! Walk away from this narcan training with your own nalaxone kit and help support all community, including drug-using comrades!
172 Allen St, New York, NY
5 PM
source: bluestockings.com
https://bluestockings.com/event/narcan-overdose-prevention-training/?instance_id=209145

Masq Cycle 001 Circle 4: Masc-Allyship, 2/20

Masq is a healing initiative that aims to evolve our relationships with masculinity, thru open-conversation. We strive to destroy the toxic elements that exist within the identity, and embrace its existence beyond it’s cis-expression. This installment of Masq is going to be largely focused on how we, as masculine-identifying individuals, can utilize our power and privilege in our intimate realities to do our part in dismantling our patriarchy. This discussion can be broken into 2 parts, intervention in ways that are obvious (external), & intervening in ways that are less obvious (internal). Anjan Alavandar (they/them) is the founder of Masq. Anjan is an American born South-Indian community organizer who was raised in North Carolina. Anjan has been exploring the confines of masculinity from a young age. They work with All Kings, a new organization that is establishing a healing-based re-entry program for recently incarcerated men in Harlem and Brooklyn, NY.
172 Allen St, New York, NY
7 PM
source: bluestockings.com
https://bluestockings.com/event/masq-cycle-001-circle-4-masc-allyship/?instance_id=211626

OpenICE at the Library: Collecting Performers , 2/20

James Austin Smith and Ryan Muncy share the stories and works of music that define their relationship with their woodwind instruments. The event will culminate in the world premieres of works by Rebecka Ahvenniemi and Sigurd Fischer Olsen for woodwinds, percussion, and electronics.
Reserve your general admission seat starting January 20th.
(If you need assistance with online reservations, please visit the welcome desk at the Library for the Performing Arts' Lincoln Center Plaza entra…
40 Lincoln Center Plaza (65th St and Columbus Ave), New York, NY
7 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/20/openice-library-collecting-performers

Student Composers Showcase, 2/20

Jeffrey Millarsky conducts the Juilliard Orchestra performing four world premieres by Juilliard student composers. Read the press release.
1941 Broadway, New York, NY
7:30 PM
source: The Lincoln Center
http://www.lincolncenter.org/show/student-composers-showcase

John “Dandy” Rodriguez’s “Dream Team” Presents Descargas 2020, 2/20

Johnny “Dandy” Rodriguez is a salsa legend and world-renown bongocero. Having performed and served as musical director for Tito Puente’s orchestra for 33 years, “Dandy,” as he’s universally known, is a veteran of Tito Rodriguez, Machito, Willie Rosario, Celia Cruz, Fania All-Stars, Ray Barretto and virtually the entire pantheon of salsa’s pioneers.
His New York City-based “Dream Team” is a tight-knit unit that performs the band’s entire repertoire entirely by ear. Performing without the boundaries of written music, every rendition of the band’s repertoire of salsa classics and descargas reaches dizzying new heights of danceable excitement.
Broadway Between 62nd and 63rd Streets, New York, NY
7:30 PM
source: The Lincoln Center
http://www.lincolncenter.org/atrium/show/john-dandy-rodriguezs-dream-team-presents-descargas-2020

Malcolm X Remembered, 2/21

Curated from our archives, this pop-up exhibition will feature handwritten notes, rarely seen photos, and historic papers from the civil rights leader. Attendees are invited to take part in our oral history project, which includes sharing how Malcolm X’s words have made an impact on your life.
Please contact us immediately for American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation. Requests can be made by calling 212-340-0951 or 212-340-0909, or email [email protected].
515 Malcolm X Boulevard (135th St and Malcolm X Blvd), New York, NY
12 Noon
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/21/malcolm-x-remembered

Movie Afternoon, 2/21

Join us every Friday for a showing of some Hollywood's biggest films.
February 21: Hell or High Water (2016)
A divorced father and his ex-con o…
503 West 145th Street, New York, NY
2 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/07/movie-afternoon

Community Create-A-Thon: Census 2020, 2/21

No one knows your community better than you. So, whether you want to design a sticker, draw a poster, write a poem, sing a song, or choreograph a dance, Lincoln Center teaching artists will be on hand to help you shape your ideas. Come collaborate on fun and accessible art projects to help reach the people in your life and share the importance of the census.
Lincoln Center, in partnership with Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer and the U.S. Census Bureau, wants to ensure that our communities get their fair share, especially people in historically under-counted groups. These include people of color, immigrants, LGBTQIA people, people experiencing homelessness, people with low incomes, renters, single-parent households, people with limited English proficiency, and children under the age of five.
Why the Census Matters The Census, a once-a-decade population count, affects your representation in government, and determines how much funding your community receives. When a person isn’t counted, they lose out on nearly $2,000 every year for TEN YEARS in direct services like SNAP, WIC, hospitals, schools, transportation, and road maintenance.
Broadway Between 62nd and 63rd Streets, New York, NY
2 PM
source: The Lincoln Center
http://www.lincolncenter.org/show/community-create-a-thon-census-2023

Dorothea Lange: Words + Pictures, 2/21

thru 5/9: dorothea lange: words + pictures, the museum of modern art’s first major exhibition of lange’s work in 50 years, brings iconic images together with rarely seen works—from early street photography to projects on criminal justice reform. museum of modern art (midtown west), $25 general, $18 seniors, $14 students, free fridays 5:30-9pm.
Museum of Modern Art (Midtown West)
source: The Skint
https://www.moma.org/calendaexhibitions/5079

Book Swap! 2/22

By popular demand, Ottendorfer now hosts a Book Swap every Saturday! Please bring your books, DVDs, CDs and miscellaneous trinkets to trade with others.
135 Second Avenue, New York, NY
10 AM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/01/book-swap

Saturday Afternoon Movie: The Goldfinch, 2/22

The Goldfinch (2019, R, 149 min.)
Young Theo inadvertently steals a noteworthy piece of art in the aftermath of an explosion at the Metropolitan Museum of Art that kills his mother. He later crosses paths with the unruly Boris, and the pair finds their lives linked to the painting. Starring: Nicole Kidman, Sarah Paulson, Ansel Elgort, Aneurin Barnard, Ashleigh Cummings. Dir. John Crowley.
444 Amsterdam Avenue (Between West 81st and West 82nd Streets), New York, NY
2 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/22/saturday-afternoon-movie-goldfinch

Russian Readings: Non-Poetry Series / Texts and Contexts, 2/22

Vadim Pevzner -- a Russian poet. Born in Moscow in 1961, he moved to Paris in 1984, then to the United States in 1990. Graduated from the Art Institute of Chicago (Major in Experimental Film). Taught art at NYU and other universities.
The event is organized by Grigory Starikovsky, the curator of the Russian Reading Series at Tompkins Square Library.
Grigory Starikovsky – a poet, translator, essayist. Born in Moscow in 1971. In US since 1992. PHD in Classics (Columbia University). Recent ve…
331 East 10th Street, New York, NY
2 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/22/russian-readings-non-poetry-series-texts-and-contexts

Video Screening: Paul Robeson & Vito Marcantonio: Martyrs of McCarthyism, 2/22

Video Screening: Paul Robeson & Vito Marcantonio: Martyrs of McCarthyism
10 Jersey Street, New York, NY
2 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/22/video-screening-paul-robeson-vito-marcantonio-martyrs-mccarthyism

Reflections on Beethoven, 2/22

Beethoven’s Sonata Opus 101 took inspiration from Baroque keyboard works and also provided inspiration for later composers. In this program,Opus 101 is presented with Bach’s Toccata in E Minor and César Franck’s monumental Prelude, Chorale, and Fugue, offering an opportunity to reflect on the influences on and from Beethoven. Presented by Raj Bhimani, pianist.
The Library for the Performing Arts is proud to offer free admission to this program on a first come, first served basis. Admission line…
40 Lincoln Center Plaza (65th St and Columbus Ave), New York, NY
2:30 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/22/reflections-beethoven

Phenomenal Black Women Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon, 2/22

The Schomburg Center, working with AfroCROWD, is proud to host Phenomenal Black Women Wikipedia Edit-a-thon, our sixth year in which we invite members of the community and the general public to edit and contribute content related to Black history and culture on Wikipedia for the national Black WikiHistory Month outreach campaign.
This year we will focus especially on Black Women, past and present, adding notable figures whose content is incomplete or completely missing from Wikipedia.…
515 Malcolm X Boulevard (135th St and Malcolm X Blvd), New York, NY
5 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/22/phenomenal-black-women-wikipedia-edit-thon

The Nubian Word for Flowers, 2/22

A pocket chamber edition of the Ione and Pauline Oliveros Phantom opera, utilizing live performance, electronics, and moving images to create a deep dream exploration of Nubian soul and colonial mind, featuring the collaborative trio of Ione (text, direction, and performance), Monica Duncan (visuals, performance), and Senem Pirler (sound, performance).
Reserve your general admission seat HERE starting January 22nd.
(If you need assistance with online reservations, please visit the…
40 Lincoln Center Plaza (65th St and Columbus Ave), New York, NY
8 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/22/nubian-word-flowers

Bronx

Saturday Cinema, 2/15

Southside With You
Docudrama about Barack Obama’s first date with Michelle Robinson, his future wife, during the summer of 1989 in Chicago. Starring Tika Sumpter, Parker Sawyers, © Miramax Pictures. 2016 Run Time 160m…
2521 Glebe Avenue, Bronx, NY
2 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/01/saturday-

Shape Up NYC: Free Body Conditioning, 2/19

Shape Up NYC is a free citywide fitness program run by NYC Parks, in partnership with NYC Service and Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield, that targets neighborhoods with high rates of obesity and obesity– related disease.
1215 Morrison Avenue, Bronx, NY
5:30 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/07/shape-nyc-free-body-conditioning

Woodstock Crochet Club, 2/20

Come meet your fellow sititchers in the neighborhood. Bring along your latest project to share.
Limited supplies provided.
761 East 160th Street, Bronx, NY
11 AM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/06/woodstock-crochet-club

Brooklyn

Bring Your Own Film, 2/17

Bring your weird, boring, wild, fun, strange and not-so strange videos. We'll play any video you bring us, as long as it's under 10 minutes long and made by you. Bring Your Own Film is an informal space for filmmakers to show smaller projects, works-in-progress, or anything that might not have a home yet. Come drink cheap beer, eat free popcorn, meet new people, and watch films. If you have a project you'd like to share, bring it.
Shoestring Studio 640 Classon Avenue, Brooklyn 7:30p door, 8p screening; $free bringyourownfilm]at]gmail.com
source: http://www.nonsensenyc.com/

Next Slide Please, 2/17

All-PowerPoint comedy show. Next Slide Please asks comedians to prepare and present PowerPoints about whatever they want. Past audiences have learned about the best Manhattan street corners for first-date make-outs, exciting start-up investment opportunities, and the charms of the 2003 Jessica Alba vehicle Honey. Hosted by Reed Kavner. The night's lineup includes Rachel Pegram, Carmen Christopher, Miel Breudow, and Charlotte Barnett.
Pine Box Rock Shop 12 Grattan Street, Brooklyn 9p; $free
source: http://www.nonsensenyc.com/
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/next-slide-please-a-powerpoint-comedy-show-tickets-88431189067

The Improv Jam, 2/18

Just your classic Improv Jam! Everyone who attends this show will have a chance to perform improv on the UCBT Hell's Kitchen stage! Put your name in the Bucket of Truth, then jam with students, performers, and faculty. The show isn't over until everyone has had a chance to perform, all in a fun, supportive environment! All experience levels welcome!
555 W 42nd Street, New York, NY
6 PM
source: https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com
https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com/performance/72549

Jewish Material Culture: Home and Food, 2/19

This lecture examines household artefacts such as furniture, cooking utensils, storage vessels, bathing and washing amenities, and illumination implements as they appear in various Geniza documents and in contemporary literature including, responsa, travelogues, and poetry. This data will be correlated with archaeological findings. Through these domestic objects the meaning of home for contemporary people is better understood. The lecture will also touch upon food, its preparation, consumption, and cultural significance. Delivered by Miriam Frenkel.
Bard Graduate Center 38 West 86th Street, Lecture Hall, Manhattan 6-7:30p; $free
source: http://www.nonsensenyc.com/
https://www.bgc.bard.edu/events/1109/19-feb-2020-jewish-material

Opening Reception for Christie Neptune: Constructs and Context Relativity, 2/19

Join us at the opening reception for a multi-media exhibition in BRIC's Project Room exploring notions of race, urban decay, community, and the hidden potential in absence.
647 Fulton Street Brooklyn, NY 11217
7 PM
source: BRIC
https://www.bricartsmedia.org/events-performances/opening-reception-christie-neptune-constructs-and-context-relativity-performance

Opening Reception for Death Becomes Her, 2/19

Join us for the opening reception of Death Becomes Her, a group exhibition exploring how death and the grieving process impact the living.
647 Fulton Street Brooklyn, NY 11217
7 PM
source: BRIC
https://www.bricartsmedia.org/events-performances/opening-reception-death-becomes-her

Opening Reception for Padma Rajendran: Move Me With You, 2/19

Join us at the opening reception for an interactive installation in BRIC's Hallway consisting of dyed and printed fabric drawings selectively sewn and layered over one another to reveal layered stories, transitions, and re-telling.
647 Fulton St. Brooklyn, NY 11217
7 PM
source: BRIC
https://www.bricartsmedia.org/events-performances/opening-reception-padma-rajendran-move-me-you

The Art of Dying: A Monthly Death Cafe, 2/20

What might we plan, hope, dream, imagine as we consider our mortality? The Ethical Living Committee at the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture is championing a series for shared discussion and contemplation on death and dying. All topics welcome. There are no taboos.
Shatzi Weisberger and others will begin each evening with a facilitated activity. Each gathering will be followed by a Death Cafe for open and intimate conversations.
Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture 53 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn 6:30-8:30p; $free
source: http://www.nonsensenyc.com/
https://www.bsec.org/calendar-2/

Gyun Hur: I Wouldn't Know Any Other Way , 2/21

A performance series where artist Gyun Hur interacts with her installation in a meditation on loss, trauma, and impermanence.
647 Fulton Street Brooklyn, NY 11217
3 PM
source: BRIC
https://www.bricartsmedia.org/events-performances/gyun-hur-i-wouldnt-know-any-other-way

Celebrating Black History: Black TV Matters, Reclaiming the Narrative 2/22

As part of BRIC's Black History is American History Month programming, we are proud to partner with Weeksville Heritage Center to screen three pieces centered around social justice and activism: Why Kaep Kneels by Hadasah Cornell, Artistic Reflections by Melvin Isaac, and Objective Opinion by James Woods.
158 Buffalo Ave, Brooklyn
2 PM
source: BRIC
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/celebrating-black-history-black-tv-matters-reclaiming-the-narrative-tickets-91855982717?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

Staten Island

Roots of American Music, 2/18

Hip-hop, blues, jazz, and soul are all cornerstones of American music. They’re also all built on African American traditions. Listen with us and explore the history behind jams you love.
75 Bennett Street, Staten Island, NY
3 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/18/roots-american-music

Adult Afternoon Hikes, 2/19

Enjoy the crisp winter weather as we stroll through different Staten Island Greenbelt trails with Greenbelt educators and a naturalist. Designed for adults ages 18+ who want to spend time in nature and socialize. For more information and to register, please call (718) 351-3450.
Greenbelt Nature Center (In Blood Root Valley), Staten Island
1:30 PM
source: https://www.nycgovparks.org
https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/01/22/adult-afternoon-hikes

Winter Bird Hike, 2/20

Join our educators to learn more about finding and identifying winter residents here in the Greenbelt. Bring your own binoculars or borrow a pair of ours. All ages.
Greenbelt Nature Center (In Blood Root Valley), Staten Island
11:30 AM
source: https://www.nycgovparks.org
https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/02/20/winter-bird-hike
I would like to give an honarary mention to the NYCT holiday transit show, which is ending soon. It is easy-access (in Grand Central), interesting, and super low-key. You can just pop in and stay however long you like.
Shameless self promotion: you can search through my collected events here. The search feature is very simple, but tune in next week when I will have better filtering methods. Also, some of the public art are a little wonky.
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2020.02.16 13:53 liferider09 A collection of free events - now with more diverse sources

It is very difficult to strike the line between quality and quantity. It helps to have more than just nypl and nyc parks events.
Apparently, I was left with nothing from Queens -_-

Manhattan

Asssscat 3000, 2/16

Performers from The Upright Citizens Brigade Theatre perform longform improv with frequent special guests from your favorite TV shows and movies. The 7:30pm shows cost $14 and tickets go on sale 2 weeks before the show date at 12pm. The 9:30pm show is FREE but you must make a reservation in advance. Reservations become available online at 12pm (noon) the day of the show. PLEASE NOTE: The listed cast lineup is subject to change. Our talented performers are very in-demand and although they would like to do so, other obligations prevent them from being able to do ASSSSCAT every week.
555 W 42nd Street, New York, NY
9:30 PM
source: https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com
https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com/performance/72529

Winter Bird Walk at the Battery With NYC Audubon, 2/18

Join us for bird walks in The Battery with NYC Audubon! Explore the diverse over-wintering birds that find food and habitat on The Battery's waterfront, such as ducks, geese, loons, sparrows, and finches. We might even spot a seal! Register online. The walk will be led by Gabriel Willow, an educator from NYC Audubon. Gabriel is an experienced birder and naturalist and is well-versed in the ecology and history of New York City. He has been leading walks for NYC Audubon for more than ten years, guiding new and experienced birders in all five boroughs and beyond. Meet at the Netherlands Memorial Flag Pole located at the entrance to the park on the corner of Broadway, Battery Place, and State Street. After the walk, we hope you will linger to enjoy the nation's largest perennial garden open 365 days free to the public. Learn more about The Battery at thebattery.org.
Netherland Monument (In the Battery), Manhattan
8 AM
source: https://www.nycgovparks.org
https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/02/11/winter-bird-walk-at-the-battery-with-nyc-audubon

Toe Tappin' Tuesdays Presented by the Gotham Jazzmen, 2/18

The Gotham Jazzmen present a weekly concert of jazz favorites certain to lift your spirits and make you forget your “library voices.” Doors open at 11:45 a.m.
FEATURING
Pete Sokolow, Piano; Lee Lorenz, Cornet;
James Lincoln Collier, Trombone; Ernie Lumer, Clarinet;
Ed Bonoff, Drums; David Hofstra, Bass.
40 Lincoln Center Plaza (65th St and Columbus Ave), New York, NY
12 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/04/toe-tappin-tuesdays-presented-gotham-jazzmen

Beethoven the Bard and the Boards, 2/18

Beethoven loved theater. His personal journal is littered with quotations from his favorite plays, and he often wrote music inspired by his favorite characters and scenes. In the Library's cafe, HB Studio actors perform scenes table-side from Romeo and Juliet, The Tempest, plus Goethe’s Egmont, and Klinger’s Sturm und Drang, interspersed with recordings of related Beethoven piano sonatas, string quartets, and overtures.
Reserve your general admission seat.
40 Lincoln Center Plaza (65th St and Columbus Ave), New York, NY
7 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/06/beethoven-bard-and-boards

Opening Reception: Guo Fengyi & Curtis Talwst, 2/19

Please join us on Wednesday, February 19 at 6pm - 8pm for the opening reception of our winter exhibitions Guo Fengyi: To See from a Distance and Curtis Talwst Santiago: Can't I Alter.
35 Wooster St, New York, NY
6 PM
source: The Drawing Center
http://www.drawingcenter.org/en/drawingcente20/events/21/public-programs/2311/opening-reception/

Self-Defense Workshop With POP Gym, 2/19

Palm Heels for the people! Don’t get that joke? No worries! Come by this FREE workshop to learn some introductory skills that will keep you feeling safe. We’ll be covering the basics: stretching, conditioning, technique, and theory, with the hope that participants will leave with some super useful foundations that will aid them in the day-to-day. Mix that in with some sweat and some movement, and you’ll have an accessible and confidence-boosting good time for all. Whether you are a beginner, or someone with experience, come work it out with us! Open to all ages! Participants should wear clothing in which they are comfortable stretching and sweating. POP Gym is a new project, working towards opening a physical space in Brooklyn that offers free self-defense, fitness, and skill share classes 7 days a week. As we continue planning, we invite you to come by any of our events this summer! Our workshops have been described as, “fun”, “holistic” and “empowering”, and for any questions, comments, or inquiries for future workshops for you or your organizations, email us at [email protected]
172 Allen St, New York, NY
7 PM
source: bluestockings.com
https://bluestockings.com/event/self-defense-workshop-with-pop-gym-28/?instance_id=211613

Literature Out Loud: Modern Love Poetry, 2/20

Do you want to find time for literature in your busy life? Join us on your lunch hour or your free afternoon to celebrate literature in bite-size servings!
At each session of Literature Out Loud we will read aloud and discuss passages of classic and contemporary poetry from across the globe.
This month, we will explore the foundation and evolution of love poetry. In this session, understand and discuss the complex evolution of love poetry in our modern era, from Adrienne Rich to John Berryman…
476 Fifth Avenue (42nd Street Entrance), New York, NY
1 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/06/clone-literature-out-loud-classical-love-poetry

Movies @ Kips Bay Library Presents New Releases Movie Night: Once Upon a Time in Hollywood, 2/20

Synopsis
An actor and his stunt double struggle to keep pace with the evolving entertainment industry in 1960s Los Angeles. Directors Quentin Tarantino
Production year 2019, Rating R, Studio Columbia Pictures Industries Inc., Runtime 161 minutes.
Cast: Leonardo DiCaprio, Brad Pitt, Margot Robbie, Luke Perry, Dakota Fanning.
446 Third Avenue, New York, NY
2 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/20/movies-kips-bay-library-presents-new-releases-movie-night

Narcan Overdose Prevention Training, 2/20

Every Thursday, Bluestockings will be hosting a free, walk-in harm reduction training and discussion on overdose prevention! Walk away from this narcan training with your own nalaxone kit and help support all community, including drug-using comrades!
172 Allen St, New York, NY
5 PM
source: bluestockings.com
https://bluestockings.com/event/narcan-overdose-prevention-training/?instance_id=209145

Masq Cycle 001 Circle 4: Masc-Allyship, 2/20

Masq is a healing initiative that aims to evolve our relationships with masculinity, thru open-conversation. We strive to destroy the toxic elements that exist within the identity, and embrace its existence beyond it’s cis-expression. This installment of Masq is going to be largely focused on how we, as masculine-identifying individuals, can utilize our power and privilege in our intimate realities to do our part in dismantling our patriarchy. This discussion can be broken into 2 parts, intervention in ways that are obvious (external), & intervening in ways that are less obvious (internal). Anjan Alavandar (they/them) is the founder of Masq. Anjan is an American born South-Indian community organizer who was raised in North Carolina. Anjan has been exploring the confines of masculinity from a young age. They work with All Kings, a new organization that is establishing a healing-based re-entry program for recently incarcerated men in Harlem and Brooklyn, NY.
172 Allen St, New York, NY
7 PM
source: bluestockings.com
https://bluestockings.com/event/masq-cycle-001-circle-4-masc-allyship/?instance_id=211626

OpenICE at the Library: Collecting Performers , 2/20

James Austin Smith and Ryan Muncy share the stories and works of music that define their relationship with their woodwind instruments. The event will culminate in the world premieres of works by Rebecka Ahvenniemi and Sigurd Fischer Olsen for woodwinds, percussion, and electronics.
Reserve your general admission seat starting January 20th.
(If you need assistance with online reservations, please visit the welcome desk at the Library for the Performing Arts' Lincoln Center Plaza entra…
40 Lincoln Center Plaza (65th St and Columbus Ave), New York, NY
7 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/20/openice-library-collecting-performers

Student Composers Showcase, 2/20

Jeffrey Millarsky conducts the Juilliard Orchestra performing four world premieres by Juilliard student composers. Read the press release.
1941 Broadway, New York, NY
7:30 PM
source: The Lincoln Center
http://www.lincolncenter.org/show/student-composers-showcase

John “Dandy” Rodriguez’s “Dream Team” Presents Descargas 2020, 2/20

Johnny “Dandy” Rodriguez is a salsa legend and world-renown bongocero. Having performed and served as musical director for Tito Puente’s orchestra for 33 years, “Dandy,” as he’s universally known, is a veteran of Tito Rodriguez, Machito, Willie Rosario, Celia Cruz, Fania All-Stars, Ray Barretto and virtually the entire pantheon of salsa’s pioneers.
His New York City-based “Dream Team” is a tight-knit unit that performs the band’s entire repertoire entirely by ear. Performing without the boundaries of written music, every rendition of the band’s repertoire of salsa classics and descargas reaches dizzying new heights of danceable excitement.
Broadway Between 62nd and 63rd Streets, New York, NY
7:30 PM
source: The Lincoln Center
http://www.lincolncenter.org/atrium/show/john-dandy-rodriguezs-dream-team-presents-descargas-2020

Malcolm X Remembered, 2/21

Curated from our archives, this pop-up exhibition will feature handwritten notes, rarely seen photos, and historic papers from the civil rights leader. Attendees are invited to take part in our oral history project, which includes sharing how Malcolm X’s words have made an impact on your life.
Please contact us immediately for American Sign Language (ASL) interpretation. Requests can be made by calling 212-340-0951 or 212-340-0909, or email [email protected].
515 Malcolm X Boulevard (135th St and Malcolm X Blvd), New York, NY
12 Noon
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/21/malcolm-x-remembered

Movie Afternoon, 2/21

Join us every Friday for a showing of some Hollywood's biggest films.
February 21: Hell or High Water (2016)
A divorced father and his ex-con o…
503 West 145th Street, New York, NY
2 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/07/movie-afternoon

Community Create-A-Thon: Census 2020, 2/21

No one knows your community better than you. So, whether you want to design a sticker, draw a poster, write a poem, sing a song, or choreograph a dance, Lincoln Center teaching artists will be on hand to help you shape your ideas. Come collaborate on fun and accessible art projects to help reach the people in your life and share the importance of the census.
Lincoln Center, in partnership with Manhattan Borough President Gale Brewer and the U.S. Census Bureau, wants to ensure that our communities get their fair share, especially people in historically under-counted groups. These include people of color, immigrants, LGBTQIA people, people experiencing homelessness, people with low incomes, renters, single-parent households, people with limited English proficiency, and children under the age of five.
Why the Census Matters The Census, a once-a-decade population count, affects your representation in government, and determines how much funding your community receives. When a person isn’t counted, they lose out on nearly $2,000 every year for TEN YEARS in direct services like SNAP, WIC, hospitals, schools, transportation, and road maintenance.
Broadway Between 62nd and 63rd Streets, New York, NY
2 PM
source: The Lincoln Center
http://www.lincolncenter.org/show/community-create-a-thon-census-2023

Dorothea Lange: Words + Pictures, 2/21

thru 5/9: dorothea lange: words + pictures, the museum of modern art’s first major exhibition of lange’s work in 50 years, brings iconic images together with rarely seen works—from early street photography to projects on criminal justice reform. museum of modern art (midtown west), $25 general, $18 seniors, $14 students, free fridays 5:30-9pm.
Museum of Modern Art (Midtown West)
source: The Skint
https://www.moma.org/calendaexhibitions/5079

Book Swap! 2/22

By popular demand, Ottendorfer now hosts a Book Swap every Saturday! Please bring your books, DVDs, CDs and miscellaneous trinkets to trade with others.
135 Second Avenue, New York, NY
10 AM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/01/book-swap

Saturday Afternoon Movie: The Goldfinch, 2/22

The Goldfinch (2019, R, 149 min.)
Young Theo inadvertently steals a noteworthy piece of art in the aftermath of an explosion at the Metropolitan Museum of Art that kills his mother. He later crosses paths with the unruly Boris, and the pair finds their lives linked to the painting. Starring: Nicole Kidman, Sarah Paulson, Ansel Elgort, Aneurin Barnard, Ashleigh Cummings. Dir. John Crowley.
444 Amsterdam Avenue (Between West 81st and West 82nd Streets), New York, NY
2 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/22/saturday-afternoon-movie-goldfinch

Russian Readings: Non-Poetry Series / Texts and Contexts, 2/22

Vadim Pevzner -- a Russian poet. Born in Moscow in 1961, he moved to Paris in 1984, then to the United States in 1990. Graduated from the Art Institute of Chicago (Major in Experimental Film). Taught art at NYU and other universities.
The event is organized by Grigory Starikovsky, the curator of the Russian Reading Series at Tompkins Square Library.
Grigory Starikovsky – a poet, translator, essayist. Born in Moscow in 1971. In US since 1992. PHD in Classics (Columbia University). Recent ve…
331 East 10th Street, New York, NY
2 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/22/russian-readings-non-poetry-series-texts-and-contexts

Video Screening: Paul Robeson & Vito Marcantonio: Martyrs of McCarthyism, 2/22

Video Screening: Paul Robeson & Vito Marcantonio: Martyrs of McCarthyism
10 Jersey Street, New York, NY
2 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/22/video-screening-paul-robeson-vito-marcantonio-martyrs-mccarthyism

Reflections on Beethoven, 2/22

Beethoven’s Sonata Opus 101 took inspiration from Baroque keyboard works and also provided inspiration for later composers. In this program,Opus 101 is presented with Bach’s Toccata in E Minor and César Franck’s monumental Prelude, Chorale, and Fugue, offering an opportunity to reflect on the influences on and from Beethoven. Presented by Raj Bhimani, pianist.
The Library for the Performing Arts is proud to offer free admission to this program on a first come, first served basis. Admission line…
40 Lincoln Center Plaza (65th St and Columbus Ave), New York, NY
2:30 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/22/reflections-beethoven

Phenomenal Black Women Wikipedia Edit-A-Thon, 2/22

The Schomburg Center, working with AfroCROWD, is proud to host Phenomenal Black Women Wikipedia Edit-a-thon, our sixth year in which we invite members of the community and the general public to edit and contribute content related to Black history and culture on Wikipedia for the national Black WikiHistory Month outreach campaign.
This year we will focus especially on Black Women, past and present, adding notable figures whose content is incomplete or completely missing from Wikipedia.…
515 Malcolm X Boulevard (135th St and Malcolm X Blvd), New York, NY
5 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/22/phenomenal-black-women-wikipedia-edit-thon

The Nubian Word for Flowers, 2/22

A pocket chamber edition of the Ione and Pauline Oliveros Phantom opera, utilizing live performance, electronics, and moving images to create a deep dream exploration of Nubian soul and colonial mind, featuring the collaborative trio of Ione (text, direction, and performance), Monica Duncan (visuals, performance), and Senem Pirler (sound, performance).
Reserve your general admission seat HERE starting January 22nd.
(If you need assistance with online reservations, please visit the…
40 Lincoln Center Plaza (65th St and Columbus Ave), New York, NY
8 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/22/nubian-word-flowers

Bronx

Saturday Cinema, 2/15

Southside With You
Docudrama about Barack Obama’s first date with Michelle Robinson, his future wife, during the summer of 1989 in Chicago. Starring Tika Sumpter, Parker Sawyers, © Miramax Pictures. 2016 Run Time 160m…
2521 Glebe Avenue, Bronx, NY
2 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/01/saturday-

Shape Up NYC: Free Body Conditioning, 2/19

Shape Up NYC is a free citywide fitness program run by NYC Parks, in partnership with NYC Service and Empire Blue Cross Blue Shield, that targets neighborhoods with high rates of obesity and obesity– related disease.
1215 Morrison Avenue, Bronx, NY
5:30 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/07/shape-nyc-free-body-conditioning

Woodstock Crochet Club, 2/20

Come meet your fellow sititchers in the neighborhood. Bring along your latest project to share.
Limited supplies provided.
761 East 160th Street, Bronx, NY
11 AM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/06/woodstock-crochet-club

Brooklyn

Bring Your Own Film, 2/17

Bring your weird, boring, wild, fun, strange and not-so strange videos. We'll play any video you bring us, as long as it's under 10 minutes long and made by you. Bring Your Own Film is an informal space for filmmakers to show smaller projects, works-in-progress, or anything that might not have a home yet. Come drink cheap beer, eat free popcorn, meet new people, and watch films. If you have a project you'd like to share, bring it.
Shoestring Studio 640 Classon Avenue, Brooklyn 7:30p door, 8p screening; $free bringyourownfilm]at]gmail.com
source: http://www.nonsensenyc.com/

Next Slide Please, 2/17

All-PowerPoint comedy show. Next Slide Please asks comedians to prepare and present PowerPoints about whatever they want. Past audiences have learned about the best Manhattan street corners for first-date make-outs, exciting start-up investment opportunities, and the charms of the 2003 Jessica Alba vehicle Honey. Hosted by Reed Kavner. The night's lineup includes Rachel Pegram, Carmen Christopher, Miel Breudow, and Charlotte Barnett.
Pine Box Rock Shop 12 Grattan Street, Brooklyn 9p; $free
source: http://www.nonsensenyc.com/
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/next-slide-please-a-powerpoint-comedy-show-tickets-88431189067

The Improv Jam, 2/18

Just your classic Improv Jam! Everyone who attends this show will have a chance to perform improv on the UCBT Hell's Kitchen stage! Put your name in the Bucket of Truth, then jam with students, performers, and faculty. The show isn't over until everyone has had a chance to perform, all in a fun, supportive environment! All experience levels welcome!
555 W 42nd Street, New York, NY
6 PM
source: https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com
https://hellskitchen.ucbtheatre.com/performance/72549

Jewish Material Culture: Home and Food, 2/19

This lecture examines household artefacts such as furniture, cooking utensils, storage vessels, bathing and washing amenities, and illumination implements as they appear in various Geniza documents and in contemporary literature including, responsa, travelogues, and poetry. This data will be correlated with archaeological findings. Through these domestic objects the meaning of home for contemporary people is better understood. The lecture will also touch upon food, its preparation, consumption, and cultural significance. Delivered by Miriam Frenkel.
Bard Graduate Center 38 West 86th Street, Lecture Hall, Manhattan 6-7:30p; $free
source: http://www.nonsensenyc.com/
https://www.bgc.bard.edu/events/1109/19-feb-2020-jewish-material

Opening Reception for Christie Neptune: Constructs and Context Relativity, 2/19

Join us at the opening reception for a multi-media exhibition in BRIC's Project Room exploring notions of race, urban decay, community, and the hidden potential in absence.
647 Fulton Street Brooklyn, NY 11217
7 PM
source: BRIC
https://www.bricartsmedia.org/events-performances/opening-reception-christie-neptune-constructs-and-context-relativity-performance

Opening Reception for Death Becomes Her, 2/19

Join us for the opening reception of Death Becomes Her, a group exhibition exploring how death and the grieving process impact the living.
647 Fulton Street Brooklyn, NY 11217
7 PM
source: BRIC
https://www.bricartsmedia.org/events-performances/opening-reception-death-becomes-her

Opening Reception for Padma Rajendran: Move Me With You, 2/19

Join us at the opening reception for an interactive installation in BRIC's Hallway consisting of dyed and printed fabric drawings selectively sewn and layered over one another to reveal layered stories, transitions, and re-telling.
647 Fulton St. Brooklyn, NY 11217
7 PM
source: BRIC
https://www.bricartsmedia.org/events-performances/opening-reception-padma-rajendran-move-me-you

The Art of Dying: A Monthly Death Cafe, 2/20

What might we plan, hope, dream, imagine as we consider our mortality? The Ethical Living Committee at the Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture is championing a series for shared discussion and contemplation on death and dying. All topics welcome. There are no taboos.
Shatzi Weisberger and others will begin each evening with a facilitated activity. Each gathering will be followed by a Death Cafe for open and intimate conversations.
Brooklyn Society for Ethical Culture 53 Prospect Park West, Brooklyn 6:30-8:30p; $free
source: http://www.nonsensenyc.com/
https://www.bsec.org/calendar-2/

Gyun Hur: I Wouldn't Know Any Other Way , 2/21

A performance series where artist Gyun Hur interacts with her installation in a meditation on loss, trauma, and impermanence.
647 Fulton Street Brooklyn, NY 11217
3 PM
source: BRIC
https://www.bricartsmedia.org/events-performances/gyun-hur-i-wouldnt-know-any-other-way

Celebrating Black History: Black TV Matters, Reclaiming the Narrative 2/22

As part of BRIC's Black History is American History Month programming, we are proud to partner with Weeksville Heritage Center to screen three pieces centered around social justice and activism: Why Kaep Kneels by Hadasah Cornell, Artistic Reflections by Melvin Isaac, and Objective Opinion by James Woods.
158 Buffalo Ave, Brooklyn
2 PM
source: BRIC
https://www.eventbrite.com/e/celebrating-black-history-black-tv-matters-reclaiming-the-narrative-tickets-91855982717?aff=ebdssbdestsearch

Staten Island

Roots of American Music, 2/18

Hip-hop, blues, jazz, and soul are all cornerstones of American music. They’re also all built on African American traditions. Listen with us and explore the history behind jams you love.
75 Bennett Street, Staten Island, NY
3 PM
source: https://www.nypl.org
https://www.nypl.org/events/programs/2020/02/18/roots-american-music

Adult Afternoon Hikes, 2/19

Enjoy the crisp winter weather as we stroll through different Staten Island Greenbelt trails with Greenbelt educators and a naturalist. Designed for adults ages 18+ who want to spend time in nature and socialize. For more information and to register, please call (718) 351-3450.
Greenbelt Nature Center (In Blood Root Valley), Staten Island
1:30 PM
source: https://www.nycgovparks.org
https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/01/22/adult-afternoon-hikes

Winter Bird Hike, 2/20

Join our educators to learn more about finding and identifying winter residents here in the Greenbelt. Bring your own binoculars or borrow a pair of ours. All ages.
Greenbelt Nature Center (In Blood Root Valley), Staten Island
11:30 AM
source: https://www.nycgovparks.org
https://www.nycgovparks.org/events/2020/02/20/winter-bird-hike
I would like to give an honarary mention to the NYCT holiday transit show, which is ending soon. It is easy-access (in Grand Central), interesting, and super low-key. You can just pop in and stay however long you like.
Shameless self promotion: you can search through my collected events here. The search feature is very simple, but tune in next week when I will have better filtering methods. Also, some of the public art are a little wonky.
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2019.11.15 22:36 pastenague Post-Match Thread: Denmark 6-0 Gibraltar [EC Qualification, Round 9]

FT: Denmark 6-0 Gibraltar

Denmark Score Gibraltar
R. Skov 12' [1]-0
C. Gytkjær 47' [2]-0
M. Braithwaite 51' [3]-0
R. Skov 64' [4]-0
C. Eriksen 85' [5]-0
C. Eriksen 90'+3' [6]-0
Date: 15 November 2019 — 20:45 CET, 14:45 EST, 19:45 GMT, 01:15 IST
League: EC Qualification (Round 9)
Venue: Telia Parken (København)
Referee: I. Vad II

Lineups

Denmark Notes Gibraltar Notes
Manager: Å. Hareide Manager: J. Ribas
1 K. Schmeichel 1 K. Goldwin
4 S. Kjær A 47' 3 J. Chipolina YC 26'
13 M. Jørgensen 16 A. Mouelhi SUB 66'
17 J. Larsen SUB 78' 12 J. Mascarenhas-Olivero YC 14'
19 L. Schöne SUB 54' 14 R. Chipolina
18 D. Wass A 64' 20 E. Britto
8 T. Delaney 10 L. Walker
10 C. Eriksen G 85'; G 90'+3' 4 J. Sergeant
7 R. Skov G 12'; G 64'; A 85' 8 M. Hassan SUB 66'
9 C. Gytkjær G 47' 7 L. Casciaro
11 M. Braithwaite G 51'; SUB 55' 19 T. De Barr SUB 72'

Substitutes

Denmark: P. Højbjerg (SUB 54'), K. Dolberg (SUB 55'), A. Christensen (SUB 78'), J. Knudsen, J. Hansen, J. Andersen, H. Dalsgaard, F. Rønnow, Y. Poulsen, C. Nørgaard, P. Ankersen, A. Cornelius
Gibraltar: Andrew Hernandez (SUB 66'), E. Barnett (SUB 66'), R. Styche (SUB 72'), J. Coombes, Anthony Hernandez, A. Pons, E. Santos, E. Jolley, J. Garcia, B. Banda, B. Power, D. Coleing

Timeline

12': Goal! R. Skov scores — Denmark [1]-0 Gibraltar .
14': Yellow card shown to J. Mascarenhas-Olivero ( Gibraltar).
26': Yellow card shown to J. Chipolina ( Gibraltar).
47': Goal! C. Gytkjær scores [S. Kjær assist] — Denmark [2]-0 Gibraltar .
51': Goal! M. Braithwaite scores — Denmark [3]-0 Gibraltar .
54': Substitution for Denmark: P. Højbjerg in, L. Schöne out.
55': Substitution for Denmark: K. Dolberg in, M. Braithwaite out.
64': Goal! R. Skov scores [D. Wass assist] — Denmark [4]-0 Gibraltar .
66': Substitution for Gibraltar: Andrew Hernandez in, M. Hassan out.
66': Substitution for Gibraltar: E. Barnett in, A. Mouelhi out.
72': Substitution for Gibraltar: R. Styche in, T. De Barr out.
78': Substitution for Denmark: A. Christensen in, J. Larsen out.
85': Goal! C. Eriksen scores [R. Skov assist] — Denmark [5]-0 Gibraltar .
90'+3': Goal! C. Eriksen scores — Denmark [6]-0 Gibraltar .
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2019.10.31 08:40 some-random-bot Subreddit with no moderators: AvantGardeMusic

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2 Nightmarish sound collages 2018-11-15 03:36:44
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2019.10.15 22:38 pastenague Post-Match Thread: Gibraltar 2-3 Georgia [EC Qualification, Round 8]

FT: Gibraltar 2-3 Georgia

Gibraltar Score Georgia
0-[1] G. Kharaishvili 10'
0-[2] J. Kankava 21'
L. Casciaro 66' [1]-2
R. Chipolina 74' [2]-2
2-[3] G. Kvilitaia 84'
Date: 15 October 2019 — 20:45 CEST, 14:45 EDT, 19:45 BST, 00:15 IST
League: EC Qualification (Round 8)
Venue: Victoria Stadium (Gibraltar)
Referee: P. Valeri

Lineups

Gibraltar Notes Georgia Notes
Manager: J. Ribas Manager: V. Weiss
1 K. Goldwin 1 G. Loria
3 J. Chipolina SUB 82' 22 G. Navalovski SUB 90'+3'
16 A. Mouelhi 18 G. Grigalava
12 J. Mascarenhas-Olivero 3 D. Khotcholava YC 49'
14 R. Chipolina G 74' 2 O. Kakabadze
20 E. Britto A 66' 7 J. Kankava G 21'
10 L. Walker SUB 90' 10 J. Ananidze A 21'
4 J. Sergeant YC 56' 8 V. Qazaishvili
8 M. Hassan YC 45'+1'; SUB 81' 14 E. Lobjanidze SUB 68'
7 L. Casciaro G 66' 20 G. Kharaishvili G 10'; SUB 61'
19 T. De Barr 19 L. Shengelia A 10'; A 84'

Substitutes

Gibraltar: Andrew Hernandez (SUB 81'), E. Barnett (SUB 82'), A. Pons (SUB 90'), B. Banda, E. Jolley, J. Garcia, B. Power, J. Coombes, E. Santos, M. Cafer, Anthony Hernandez, R. Styche
Georgia: O. Kiteishvili (SUB 61'), G. Kvilitaia (SUB 68'; G 84'), S. Kverkvelia (SUB 90'+3'), G. Aburjania, G. Makaridze, J. Tabidze, M. Daushvili, L. Kupatadze

Timeline

10': Goal! G. Kharaishvili scores [L. Shengelia assist] — Gibraltar 0-[1] Georgia .
21': Goal! J. Kankava scores [J. Ananidze assist] — Gibraltar 0-[2] Georgia .
45'+1': Yellow card shown to M. Hassan ( Gibraltar).
49': Yellow card shown to D. Khotcholava ( Georgia).
56': Yellow card shown to J. Sergeant ( Gibraltar).
61': Substitution for Georgia: O. Kiteishvili in, G. Kharaishvili out.
66': Goal! L. Casciaro scores [E. Britto assist] — Gibraltar [1]-2 Georgia .
68': Substitution for Georgia: G. Kvilitaia in, E. Lobjanidze out.
74': Goal! R. Chipolina scores — Gibraltar [2]-2 Georgia .
81': Substitution for Gibraltar: Andrew Hernandez in, M. Hassan out.
82': Substitution for Gibraltar: E. Barnett in, J. Chipolina out.
84': Goal! G. Kvilitaia scores [L. Shengelia assist] — Gibraltar 2-[3] Georgia .
90': Substitution for Gibraltar: A. Pons in, L. Walker out.
90'+3': Substitution for Georgia: S. Kverkvelia in, G. Navalovski out.
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2019.09.05 22:37 pastenague Post-Match Thread: Gibraltar 0-6 Denmark [EC Qualification, Round 5]

FT: Gibraltar 0-6 Denmark

Gibraltar Score Denmark
0-[1] R. Skov 6'
0-[2] C. Eriksen 34' (pen.)
0-[3] C. Eriksen 50' (pen.)
0-[4] T. Delaney 69'
0-[5] C. Gytkjær 73'
0-[6] C. Gytkjær 78'
Date: 5 September 2019 — 20:45 CET
League: EC Qualification (Round 5)
Venue: Victoria Stadium (Gibraltar)
Referee: J. Lardot

Lineups

Gibraltar Notes Denmark Notes
Manager: J. Ribas Manager: Å. Hareide
23 D. Coleing 1 K. Schmeichel
3 J. Chipolina 4 S. Kjær YC 42'; SUB 63'
12 J. Mascarenhas-Olivero 17 J. Larsen
14 R. Chipolina 6 A. Christensen
20 E. Britto SUB 46' 18 D. Wass
6 L. Annesley SUB 46' 8 T. Delaney G 69'; SUB 77'
10 L. Walker 10 C. Eriksen A 6'; PG 34'; PG 50'
4 J. Sergeant SUB 83' 23 P. Højbjerg
17 Andrew Hernandez YC 49' 7 R. Skov G 6'; A 69'
18 Anthony Hernandez 9 C. Gytkjær G 73'; G 78'
19 T. De Barr 20 Y. Poulsen SUB 64'

Substitutes

Gibraltar: E. Barnett (SUB 46'), A. Pons (SUB 46'), E. Jolley (SUB 83'), M. Cafer, J. Pusey, B. Power, J. Buhagiar, R. Styche, A. Mouelhi, J. Garcia, J. Coombes, K. Goldwin
Denmark: M. Jørgensen (SUB 63'), M. Braithwaite (SUB 64'), L. Schöne (SUB 77'; A 78'), J. Andersen, L. Lerager, K. Dolberg, A. Christiansen, D. Iversen, J. Hansen, P. Billing, H. Dalsgaard, J. Knudsen

Timeline

6': Goal! R. Skov scores [C. Eriksen assist] — Gibraltar 0-[1] Denmark .
34': Goal! C. Eriksen scores (Penalty) — Gibraltar 0-[2] Denmark .
42': Yellow card shown to S. Kjær ( Denmark).
46': Substitution for Gibraltar: E. Barnett in, L. Annesley out.
46': Substitution for Gibraltar: A. Pons in, E. Britto out.
49': Yellow card shown to Andrew Hernandez ( Gibraltar).
50': Goal! C. Eriksen scores (Penalty) — Gibraltar 0-[3] Denmark .
63': Substitution for Denmark: M. Jørgensen in, S. Kjær out.
64': Substitution for Denmark: M. Braithwaite in, Y. Poulsen out.
69': Goal! T. Delaney scores [R. Skov assist] — Gibraltar 0-[4] Denmark .
73': Goal! C. Gytkjær scores — Gibraltar 0-[5] Denmark .
77': Substitution for Denmark: L. Schöne in, T. Delaney out.
78': Goal! C. Gytkjær scores [L. Schöne assist] — Gibraltar 0-[6] Denmark .
83': Substitution for Gibraltar: E. Jolley in, J. Sergeant out.
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CAMP FOSTER, Okinawa - An airman assigned to Kadena Air Base was arrested early Wednesday on suspicion of drunken driving after his vehicle rear-ended a motorcycle and injured two people, police said Thursday.
Senior Airman Zachary Lamont Ransom, 26, was taken into custody at about 4:45 a.m. after the incident while driving north on Route 58 at Mihama in Chatan, said Okinawa Police Station deputy chief Hirotoshi Iha.
All 50 U.S. states have set 0.08 as the legal limit for driving under the influence or driving while impaired.
Ransom will be turned over to prosecutors to be officially charged with drunken driving and causing injury to motorists while drunken driving, Iha said.
Okinawa police suspect that Olivero stabbed Hindman to death before taking his own life.
In a letter dated Sunday, III Marine Expeditionary Force commander Lt. Gen. Eric Smith asked all U.S. servicemembers on Okinawa to keep a low profile to show respect to a community in mourning, The Associated Press reported.
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2017.12.28 16:16 junsandoval An interview with Moira Lang about the MMFF --by Irish Dizon (posted on March 24, 2017)

Ripped out of Facebook since bawal mag link from FB. (Long post ahead) Get some chips or something.
Hello, friends!
It's been a while since I posted anything socio-political in nature on this page. I know a lot of things have been happening, but I deliberately kept quiet because the last thing we need online is another MEMA posting her knee-jerk reaction to the most pressing issues of the day.
That said, after days of researching and thinking, I would like to open a nice can of juicy worms tonight. I believe this issue is just as important as what's going on on the political front. Its adverse effects on the Filipino people is just as terrible, albeit more insidious.
I am talking about the recent shake-up in the Metro Manila Film Festival (MMFF) Official Executive Committee.
If you have been following me for a while now, you'd know that I was one of the staunchest supporters of #MMFF2016. FINALLY, a line-up we deserved. I had high hopes that the reforms—nothing short of revolutionary!—instigated by the MMFF 2016 executive committee would be carried over to this year's festival...
Until March 8, 2017, 5:24 PM. Oh di ba? May oras!
I was scrolling through my Twitter timeline when I saw Moira Lang's "I wish the new Execom well" tweet. (See screenshot below.) I was shocked to say the least. I do not know her personally but at the height of our (I.e., me and like-minded people who were promoting the 8 MMFF 2016 movies via our social media accounts) despair last December—despair because theaters kept pulling out the films—she was with us, tirelessly encouraging viewers to give the movies, especially the bottom four, a chance; answering our extended-ba-o-hindi questions patiently. I could FEEL her passion to give the Filipino audience quality movies. I hate to resort to this cliche but it's true: Real recognizes real.
The late-night news program "Bandila" picked up this scoop and reported it. The slant was: "PRO-INDIE FILM MEMBERS REMOVED FROM MMFF EXECOM."
Now, if you're a passive viewer, you'd brush this off as just another unfortunate development in this godforsaken country, but take note of the headline: "PRO-INDIE FILM MEMBERS REMOVED..." 1. How...presumptuous. I wonder: How do they even KNOW Moira and Ed are pro-indie? 2. The word removed implies INCOMPETENCE, no?
If there's one thing I learned from ateng Sass Rogando Sasot and ateng MOCHA USON BLOG (are you shocked? Don't be. You CAN pick up things even from people you disagree with), it's how you must always question the news mainstream agencies feed you. Newsmen and women, ideally, ought to be impartial, and in the words of Joseph Pulitzer, "accurate, accurate, accurate." But truth is, newsmen work for corporations that have businesses, personal interests to protect—they're essentially foot soldier following orders. Unless they're particularly headstrong. In most cases, the headstrong are sacked.
In a Facebook post, Moira said she doesn't blame the newscasters: "At most, nakuryente sila. May nag feed sa kanila ng anggulong yun. Pinag-isipan. Pinagplanuhan."
Taking inspiration from Ms. Inday Espina-Varona, a journalist I respect, I decided to "go to the source," and asked Moira if I could interview her. She said yes.
After spending hours with her, followed by follow-up questions coursed through Facebook Messenger, the story is here. I hope you read it in its entirety. I had to tell this story for this purpose:
To tell Moira's and Edward Delos Santos Cabagnot's side
To give you, an ordinary Filipino and moviegoer, an idea as to what REALLY happens behind closed (MMFF) doors
And in doing so: to hopefully make you give a damn about this year's–and the future–MMFFs. Films reflect AND shape this nation's soul.
Handa ka na? Stay tuned for the next posts.
Simulan natin sa simula: Bakit nga ba nagkaroon ng pagbabago sa Metro Manila Film Festival noong 2016?
"It was a consequence of the scandal, the #MMFF2015 scandal involving 'Honor Thy Father,'" Moira Lang told me. If I can digress for a moment, she was wearing a pineapple print dress, her hair was lightly tousled, and she had no makeup on save for a swipe of crimson on her lips. I noticed that she speaks very fast (giving you a glimpse into how quick her brain works) but her thoughts are clear and logical, evidently coming from an intelligent mind. She also has a penchant for summarizing her arguments, eyes up, fingers ticking off her points. It was my first time to personally meet her, even though, without me knowing, she was a very big part of my growing up years.
"Sino ba si Moira Lang," maybe some of you are wondering. Do the movies "Anak," "Tanging Yaman," "Kailangan Kita," "Milan," "D'Anothers," and "In My Life" ring a bell? How about "Sarong Banggi," "Ang Pagdadalaga ni Maximo Oliveros," "Endo," "Kimmy Dora," "Zombadings: Patayin sa Shokot si Remington," and "Norte: Hangganan ng Kasaysayan"? Yes, Virginia. Moira Lang wrote/co-wrote/produced/co-produced/was involved in all those films—each compelling in its own way. I only discovered she co-wrote my all-time favorite Star Cinema movie "Anak" last year, with sir Ricky Lee, during a Twitter DM chismisan with a friend, tago natin sa pangalang Shinji Elleazar Manlangit. "Moira is legit," he told me. And you only have to look at her filmography to know he speaks truthfully.
Teka fumafaney na ko. 😂 Let's go back to the incident that sparked the major, MUCH-NEEDED changes in the Metro Manila Film Festival last year: the #MMFF2015 scandal involving "Honor Thy Father," directed by Erik Matti.
To cut the long story short: On December 26, 2015, a day before the MMFF 2015 Awards Night, news broke that Erik Matti's beautiful and devastating "Honor Thy Father" was disqualified from the Best Picture category. (Full disclosure: Nagwala ako at maraming taong gaya ko sa Twitter.)
Bakit?
May nilabag daw na rule: "An entry film shall not have been, in any way, commercially exhibited here and/or abroad."
The point of contention: "Honor Thy Father" was shown at the CinemaOne Global Film Festival held on November 8, 2015 and it was "unknown to MMFF."
Dondon Monteverde, producer of "Honor Thy Father," refuted this with matching receipts.
A. Contrary to that "unknown to MMFF" claim, Dondon's team informed the MMFF that HTF was going to be screened at the CinemaOne Film Festival. He produced two letters dated November 4 and 5. In response, the MMFF camp said they received the letter on November 6, "not giving the MMFF enough time to deliberate on the matter." Still, they KNEW.
B. Dondon also produced a document from CinemaOne that proves that the screening of "Honor Thy Father" was "non-revenue generating and by invitation only." NOTA BENE: The rule says, "An entry film shall not have been, in any way, commercially exhibited here and/or abroad." Strictly speaking, "commercially" means "concerned with earning money." Dondon and team did NOT earn a single cent from that special screening.
As the "lightest sanction," the board decided to disqualify the film from the most important category. ANEK. DISQUALIFICATION FROM THE PLUM PRIZE, LIGHT BA YON?
That hullabaloo led to a series of hearings at the congress, and Moira attended each one, and "really paid attention sa mga nangyayari." The hearings would expose many anomalies in the MMFF's system. Let Moira count the ways:
✖️ "May mga people dun na held too many positions and talagang sobrang influence sa pagpapatakbo ng festival to the point na the selection was a joke, it was just for show. Wala naman talagang totoong criteria or process. It was all palakasan tsaka fake. Si Philbert Dy had a whole article about it sa Esquire Philippines." You may read it here: http://www.esquiremag.ph/…/confessions-mmff-selection-commi…
✖️ "Lumabas din dun [sa hearing] na walang basis tsaka walang due process yung pag disqualify sa 'Honor Thy Father.' At tsaka totally wrong yung pag instruct ng two members of the executive committee, sina Marichu Maceda and Dominic Du, sa board of judges during the awards night na wag bigyan ng score ang 'Honor Thy Father' for Best Picture. They did that na wala pa namang resolution yung executive committee."
✖️ "Lumabas din yung corruption sa finances. May mga reklamo from the beneficiaries. [Note: Part ng kinikita sa taunang MMFF ay napupunta sa mga local film institutions gaya ng Film Development Council of the Philippines, Mowelfund Institute, etc.] For example, the Film Academy of the Philippines. Si Leo Martinez (head of the FAP) is very vocal. Siya yung nagsasalita against the corrupt practices of the MMFF before, yung hindi binibigay sa kanila what is due them. Yung waived amusement taxes na dapat paghahati hatian ng mga beneficiaries, ginagamit ng MMFF—dun sila kumukuha ng kanilang operating expense budget, so natural, konti na lang ang natitira sa [beneficiaries]. Malaki yung bawas."
✖️"May lumabas din na thing about cash gifts na questionable, cash gifts to former chairmen of the MMFF, etc."
And that's not even all of it.
"Hindi nga fully na exhaust yung investigation," Moira said. After those hearings, Marichu Maceda and Dominic Du, the two MMFF 2015 executive committee members who instructed the jury not to score "Honor Thy Father" for Best Picture, left. "Tapos nun, may tumawag sa akin to invite me [to be part of the MMFF 2016 executive committee]," Moira says.
What followed was a radical change in the MMFF system.
To be continued.
Why were Moira Lang and Ed Cabagnot REALLY removed from the MMFF executive committee?
First, an introduction. From my previous post, you already know who Moira is, but what about professor Edward Delos Santos Cabagnot? "Si Ed Cabagnot, matagal na siya sa film," Moira says. "He was also with experimental cinema of the Philippines in the 1980s, and he was with CCP for 30 years, parang ganun, before he left CCP. And now he's teaching."
The #MMFF2016 executive committee was assembled under the watch of then-MMDA (and therefore MMFF) Chairman Emerson Carlos. "Matapang yun," Moira says. "Tsaka nakinig talaga siya sa both sides–sa studio tsaka sa indie–tsaka sa amin." Now is the time to make it clear: The good changes that happened in the 2016 Metro Manila Film Festival happened at the tail-end of Emerson Carlos' tenure. "Mr. Carlos was our Chairman until August 2016. By then, all the crucial and most positive changes, the biggest gains, the legacy of MMFF 2016 were firmly in place. These were: a total disavowal of the 'mainstream-indie' dichotomy; the wording of and commitment to the festival's Vision and Mission; the adoption of a new, more well-rounded, and tangible set of criteria; the installation of a Selection Committee whose members' credentials and integrity are above reproach; the resolution that rendered untouchable the allocated funds for the beneficiaries, a 360-degree turn from the practice of previous MMFF administrations to deplete said funds for operating expenses; and, the most talked about and hotly contested, the change of the basis of selection from script to finished film. These were hard-fought victories, all won before Mr. Orbos stepped in," clarifies Moira.
Last year's execom was a mixed bag of old-timers (I.e., Veteran actress/Movie Workers Welfare Foundation president Boots Anson-Roa, producer Jesse Ejercito, Motion Picture Distributors Association of the Philippines president Wilson Tieng) and new faces. Aside from Moira and Ed, Senator Sonny Angara and Quezon City 2nd District Representative Alfred Vargas were also new additions to the board. In fact, Vargas was one of the legislators "na umupo dun sa investigation ng [#MMFF2015 scandal] sa congress," Moira says.
But there's a pero.
"Pero hindi sila uma-attend ng meetings. Nagpapadala sila ng representatives." Like Moira and Ed, Angara and Vargas are no longer part of the MMFF executive committee this year–but you don't see headlines screaming "PRO INDIE LEGISLATORS REMOVED FROM MMFF EXECOM." "Hindi naman sila talaga uma-attend eh. Kami lang talaga ni Ed yung active members na tinanggal. It's like we were singled out talaga."
In an interview with Business World, MMFF spokesperson Noel Ferrer explained the removal of Moira and Ed from the board: "The members of the MMFF executive committee only have 'one year' tenure except for the representatives of the beneficiaries, the MTRCB, the Bureau of Broadcasts and NCRPO (National Capital Region Police Office). It's made clear to everyone from the start." Source: https://www.pressreader.com/…/busi…/20170317/282196535765397
Moira says this is "a deceitful answer."
"Only ex officio members, those who have a seat on the MMFF executive committee by virtue of them heading organizations such as the MTRCB, FDCP, Mowelfund, PNP, are assured of a seat year after year," Moira stresses. "If we were taken out because of the so-called one-year limit, how come most of the non-ex officio members were retained and keep getting renewed for over a decade?"
To add insult to injury, Moira and Ed found out they were axed "from people NOT connected to the MMFF." No one from the MMFF sat them down or heck, kahit tawag o text man lang, to tell them their respective tenures were over. "I haven't heard from the MMFF up to now. It's the same with Ed Cabagnot. No one got in touch with him either," Moira says. She'd like to ask incumbent MMDA Chairman Tim Orbos why she and Ed were singled out, "in person, if possible." But she has a few guesses.
✔️ "Ed and I were thoroughly earnest and transparent about helping turn the festival around, clarifying its vision, mission, and objectives and staying true to them, cleaning up the selection process, and doing away with the ridiculous and regressive dichotomy of 'mainstream vs indie.' Maybe some of our colleagues–maybe the Chairman himself –weren't/wasn't used to this and found it overbearing or threatening."
✔️ "Ed didn't mince his words in his social media postings as he expressed his disappointment, sometimes disgust, with how some cinemas treated some of the entries, how a certain studio and again some cinemas shot down even the proposal to offer a discount on ticket prices to students, senior citizens, and PWDs. I shared his posts, echoed his sentiments, and expressed some (not all, as I held back, choosing to pick up the fight inside the Execom rather than outside) of my own."
✔️ "It's not a stretch to say that we ruffled more than a few feathers. At Execom meetings I didn't back down from arguing with colleagues–not just fellow Execom members but also, frequently, MMFF Executive Director Atty. Rochelle Ona–on points I deemed crucial, for instance the January 7 vs. January 3 debate, or the duration of the fest suddenly being cut by four extremely precious days."
✔️"A few days ago somebody told me that Mr. Orbos had said that he wasn't comfortable with how 'powerful' Ed and I had become. Apparently he cited our closeness with some members of the Selection Committee and the Board of Judges. That is unfair. Ed and I willingly and happily stayed out of these people's business. We knew better than to exert any influence on them. The Execom was banned from attending any of the Selection Committee screenings, banned from being in the same room as the Board of Judges as they deliberated. Even if we wanted to, we couldn't. Sure, we're friends with some of them. But camaraderie and professionalism aren't mutually exclusive. Besides, it wasn't up to Ed and me to handpick the members of both groups. All Execom members nominated and vetted candidates. In fact Ed and I do not know all the members of both groups."
"Ayun nga siguro, the Chairman and I bet the Executive Director consider me and Ed unmanageable, to say the least," Moira says. "Hindi rin natin madidiscount ang possiblity ng outside influence on the Chairman."
And by outside influence, she means Marichu Maceda, the 2015 MMFF executive committee member who issued that questionable order to the jury not to score "Honor Thy Father" for Best Picture; and Senator Tito Sotto—a senator who wants a separate festival for independently-produced movies, as if we don't have enough festivals for independently-produced movies, as if he doesn't want those independently-produced films to benefit from a two week slot in cinemas at a time when people have the most cash to burn. But I digress. To illustrate Marichu Maceda's and Tito Sotto's friendship, consider this anecdote from Moira:
"At the Senate hearing which tackled Sen. Sotto's resolution pushing for the creation an indie filmfest separate from MMFF, a diatribe titled 'STATEMENT OF MADAM MARICHU MACEDA: Lamenting the sorry state of the MMFF 2016' was distributed to everyone present. Sen. Sotto read aloud an excerpt from it, as if the font size (20) wasn’t big enough for everyone to read. The part he chose had Ms. Maceda bewailing 'the 'mean' words being hurled at (theater owners) by some members of the ExeCom. The problem is these (sic) new crop of festival officials wrongfully feel that what they are doing right now are what will save the Philippine movie industry from obscurity.' Here Sen. Sotto raises his voice and slows down the pace, for emphasis as he goes in for the finish. 'But the truth of the matter is that this seems to be the nail that seals the death of the movie industry in the Philippines as we know it.' Good thing they brought her back to the Execom in the nick of time then! Sorry. I couldn’t resist." (I LIVE FOR SARCASM.)
The reforms put in place by ex MMDA (and therefore MMFF) chairman Emerson Carlos were respected by incumbent MMDA Chairman Tim Orbos, but only up to a certain point."
Moira dares say it out loud: #MMFF2016 was sabotaged.
"I am not saying he [Tim Orbos] engineered the sabotage (I doubt it) or that he even participated in it (I do not have first-hand knowledge of such). But this much I give him 'credit' for: he stood back and allowed it to happen. The MMFF 2016 entries were massacred the moment certain cinemas declared that their support of the festival ends in Metro Manila and should not extend to the rest of the country, to which, they said, the MMFF had no claim. They had every right, they and their apologists said, to show other local films, namely three of the submissions rejected by the Selection Committee, i.e., Super Parental Guardians, Enteng Kabisote 10, and Mano Po 7. The massacre continued to the slashing of the fest duration by four days, effectively shutting down the fest on January 3 and not January 7 as it had been the case for over twenty years. The last one cannot be blamed on the cinemas or the bookers or the bookers' and cinemas' joint association. At an emergency Execom meeting with cinema representatives present, no one from the cinemas brought up the duration or when the last official day of MMFF 2016 would be. It was, shockingly, brought up by someone from OUR side, the festival organization side. I almost fell off my seat when I heard this person say, all of a sudden, 'Actually, according to the law, the festival run is only ten days. So it's only up to January 3, not January 7.' After that the cinemas and the bookers changed their calendars, which, for the longest time, had January 8 encircled as the first day of any year that Hollywood could return to our screens. The new red-letter day was January 4. But maybe this was a one-off, just like the 'only-in-Metro-Manila' blow. It was the Establishment's revenge on those who dared to take MMFF out of their hands, who dared think it could be fixed and then tried, in their eyes a necessary corrective measure and a punishment that would be lifted upon the Establishment's inevitable restoration.
Chairman Orbos, Executive Director Ona, and at least a majority of us at the MMFF 2016 Execom could have done more, much more, to stop the carnage. We could have, as one body, stopped the coup that certain stakeholders set in motion. We could have and should have said NO to the boycott outside Metro Manila. We definitely should have said NO to shutting down the fest on January 3 instead of January 7. THAT was the failure. NOT the seeds that have been planted. NOT the best lineup of entries in years, maybe decades. NOT the most engaged audience ever."
Digest all that first. See how people who want real change to happen are booted out by those that want to keep the Filipino audience down, their heels firmly on our backs?
Up next: What can ordinary people do and the #MMFF2016 gains we must protect
"Pro-indie [films]” ba talaga sina Moira Lang at Edward Delos Santos Cabagnot? Ano nga ba ang mga nagawa nina Moira Lang at Ed Cabagnot during their tenure as members of the MMFF 2016 executive committee?
“I’m not pro-indie [films]. I’m anti-labeling,” Moira stresses. “Labeling is lazy and is often a tool that revisionists and fascists find handy.” She and Ed were labeled “pro-indie [films]” so that whoever wanted them out of the picture could “make sense of things”: “Ed and Moira turned MMFF too indie. Indie and MMFF do not go together. Ed and Moira must go.”
The truth is, the very first thing Moira raised when she became part of the #MMFF2016 executive committee—under ex Chairman Emerson Carlos’ watch—was, “TANGGALIN NA NATIN PLEASE YUNG DICHOTOMY NG INDIE-MAINSTREAM.” “It doesn’t really help any of us—on either side, or sa side ng cinema or side ng moviegoers,” she says. “It’s really counterproductive, and frankly, useless.” The most crucial thing, Moira deemed, was that they examine the CRITERIA for selecting the 8 #MMFF2016 entries. Ed Cabagnot suggested that as a body, they should do the most basic thing first: Ask themselves, “ANO BA YUNG MISSION AND VISION NG MMFF?” The #MMFF2016 executive committee members spent a weekend in Tagaytay and didn’t stop brainstorming until they came up with a statement that would serve as their compass every step of the way:
“[The Metro Manila Film Festival is] a festival that celebrates Filipino artistic excellence, promotes audience development, and champions the sustainability of the film industry.”
“[It’s] three-fold, ang ganda,” Moira explains. “It’s pro-produceartist, pro-audience, it’s pro-business.” With their intention put clearly to paper, the next step was examining the criteria for selecting the entries that would make the cut.
In the previous years, “commercial viability” was the most important criterion at a whopping 50%. But what is “commercial viability”? That was a question raised by some members, including Moira. “Yung definition mo, iba sa definition niya, iba sa definition ko. Tsaka kahit i-define natin yan ngayon, tapos biglang ipalabas natin, malalaman natin mali pala lahat tayo. Kasi most of the time, hindi mo mahuhulaan kung ano yung magiging big hit eh,” Moira says. “Kasi kung ganun kadali yun, lahat tayo ginagawa na yung biggest hits of the century. At lahat tayo, mayaman na beyond our wildest dreams.”
So HOW did previous MMFF executive committee members GUESS which movies have “commercial viability”?
Through a very unempirical “process”: By simply looking at the names of the stars.
See, pre-#MMFF2016, filmmakers submitted SCRIPTS instead of FINISHED FILMS—acceptable IF the MMFF were a grant-giving body to filmmakers who have no funds to produce their stories, like, say, CinemaOne or Cinemalaya. But it’s NOT. The MMFF is the country’s biggest and most important film festival—ideally, those who want to join must submit films. “Ang ginagawa dati, ‘Sino yung bida mo? Sino yung mga artista mo? Bina-base nila yung tinatawag nilang ‘commercial viability’ sa ‘sino yung artista mo?’” Moira says. “Kasi nga fake yung process na yun. Dummy lang yung scripts. Ang ano diyan is: Sino yung malalakas, meron silang assured slots. Meron talagang laging slot diyan ang Star Cinema, meron ang MZET, ganun. Tapos yung iba ibibigay sa isang historical film, token historical film, token ganitong film.”
Fact is, household names don’t always guarantee box-office success. And we have a number of movie gems fronted by non-mainstream stars that defied the odds: “Who would have thought that HENERAL LUNA would make that much and would make John Arcilla a star? Look at ‘That Thing Called Tadhana.’ Sasabihin mo ba na automatic blockbuster because it’s [fronted by] Angelica [Panganiban] and JM [de Guzman]? Hindi naman eh. That’s not the main reason why that film became a hit. Yung ‘Zombadings,’ yung ‘Ang Babae Sa Septic Tank,’ yung ‘Kimmy Dora’ that launched Eugene Domingo as a star? How do you account for those hits,” Moira asks. “Those were word-of-mouth hits and you need at least two weeks para mag gain siya ng traction, hindi mo siya pwedeng tanggalin agad sa sinehan.”
The status quo was disrupted last year when #MMFF2016 executive committee members in favor of finished film over script won by a slim margin. “Pag binase mo sa finished film, mako-compare mo apples to apples. Mas fresh yung apple nitong mga non-studio film, so baka tumagilid sila [Big studios], di ba? So alam nila, nafo-foresee nila nab aka dehado sila pagka kinompare yung one finished film versus another finished film,” Moira says. “At iyon nga ang lumabas: Kasi masyado silang sanay na meron na silang easy slot, hindi na sila nakahabol na makagawa ng mas magandang submissions, hindi sila nakapasok.”
THE MUCH-NEEDED CHANGE FROM SCRIPTS TO FINISHED FILMS WAS THE BIGGEST VICTORY OF THE #MMFF2016, Moira reiterates. “Kasi yun talaga yung may integrity na selection: Pinapanood mo yung mga tapos na pelikula.”
GUIDED BY THEIR MISSION STATEMENT, THE #MMFF2016 EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE CAME UP WITH A NEW SET OF CRITERIA:
• Story and audience appeal – 40 % (“Ano muna yung good movie? Ano yung nag e-enrich sa audience? Ano yung may reaction yung audience? Pag pinanood mo, kung nagpapatawa siya, nakakatawa ba siya? Kung nagpapaiyak siya, nakakaiyak ba siya? Kung pinapaisip ka niya about a social issue, pina isip ka ba talaga niya? May naramdaman ka ba,” Moira says.) • Technical excellence – 40% • Global appeal – 10% • Filipino sensibility – 10%
Moira knows this new set of criteria is “not perfect,” but it’s a set of criteria that “does not disregard the audience, encourages artistry and good crafting and good storytelling.” All #MMFF2016 executive committee members agreed: “Hindi dapat nagka-clash ang good storytelling, good cinematic quality and attributes at audience appeal. Hindi yun nagka clash. In fact, natutulungan lahat yun. So yun ang gawin natin.”
With the mission statement put to paper, the new finished film rule in place, and a set of criteria that doesn’t put a premium on “commercial viability,” whatever that is, the next crucial step was DETERMINING THE SELECTION COMMITTEE COMPOSITION.
Because of the #MMFF2015 scandal (you know, where Marichu Maceda and Dominic Du interfered with the jury and told them not to score “Honor Thy Father” for Best Picture), a very important change was made last year: “Hindi sasali ang any MMFF executive committee members sa selection.” THE #MMFF2016 SELECTION COMMITTEE WAS COMPLETELY SEPARATE AND INDEPENDENT OF THE EXECUTIVE COMMITTEE. Translation: The 14 MMFF executive committee members were “banned from attending the selection committee’s hearings, meetings, etc.” The #MMFF2016 selection committee included: Nicanor Tiongson, Allan Allanigue, Lawrence Fajardo, Krip Yuson, Joy Belmonte, Mae Juana Change Paner, Crispina Belen and Ping Medina.
“We reminded them: Ito yung bagong mission statement, keep in mind, tsaka ito yung bagong criteria,” was all Moira fed the selection committee.
27 movies were screened by the selection committee, and 8 made the cut. Once the Magic 8 was announced, Moira insisted all of the executive committee members WATCH ALL 8 FILMS. “Para alam natin kung ano yung pino-promote natin, at para ma-suportahan talaga natin. [So that] we know what we’re talking about].” They executive committee watched all eight films in two days.
From the start of their tenure to the very end, Moira Lang and Ed Cabagnot wanted to restore INTEGRITY in the country’s biggest film festival. “For me, those are the biggest wins of #MMFF2016: the new vision-mission statement and criteria, the finished film versus script victory, and the selection committee composition.”
See what radical changes they have done in a short span of time? The question is: GIVEN ALL THE GOOD THINGS THAT HAPPENED UNDER THEIR WATCH, WHY WERE THEY SACKED WITHOUT ANY WORD? WE DESERVE AN EXPLANATION.
Up next: Was #MMFF2016 really a flop? What can ordinary Filipinos like you and me do?
So #FLOPPEDT ba talaga ang #MFF2016? What can we, us powerless common indios, do to make sure the movies shown at the #MMFF2017 are not pera-pera lang projects that benefit only one or two stakeholders, i.e. producers and theaters?
Without batting an eye, Moira Lang, ex MMFF executive committee member, says, “MMFF 2016 was NOT a flop.” Yes, #MMFF2015 grossed over 1 billion pesos. Sounds impressive? Wait til you see the breakdown.
A. “In 2015 close to 70% of the total box office take went only to the two top-grossing films. In 2016 the top 2's shared take accounted for 55% of the total gross. The lowest grossing title in 2015 accounted for 0.5% of the pie. In 2016 the lowest grosser took 1.4%, still low but a big improvement from the previous year.”
B. “MMFF 2015 grossed over 1B. From that the beneficiaries got 14M. MMFF 2016 grossed 400M. From that the beneficiaries are getting 12M.”
Oh di ba? Because of the systemic corruption, from a staggering P1B earned in MMFF 2015, only P14M went to the beneficiaries, like the Film Academy of the Philippines, Mowelfund, etc. Instead of remitting what is due these institutions, the waived amusement taxes were used for the MMFF’s operating expenses—and this is just one of the many anomalies uncovered during the congressional inquiry in early 2016! Compare that to MMFF 2016 na kahit HALF lang ng MMFF 2015 ang gross earnings eh P12,000,000 ang ibinigay sa beneficiaries.
Consider also that #MMFF2016 was up against all kinds of odds, like the fact that theater owners decided not to show all the entries nationwide (WTF), and that the festival was cut short by four days! Moira says, “It was a hit that could've and would've grossed a lot more if all cinemas nationwide showed the MMFF entries like they did before. It would have grossed even much more if the festival duration was not cut by 4 days and was allowed to run a full 14 days as with previous years.”
The success of the movies in the #MMFF2016 reveal something about the Filipino audience: We’re not as dumb as SOME producers/theater owners think we are. “Look at the two topgrossers: Jun Robles Lana's 'Die Beautiful' and Erik Matti's 'Seklusyon.' Neither had big stars. The first is a sexually frank, non-linear account of the life of a trans woman that ends tragically. The second is a psychological philosophical thriller told as a horror story that skewers religion and chucks the restorative good-wins-over-evil ending,” Moira points out. “As far from romcom and slapstick as can be, they defy any local studio's formula for a sure hit. Both were rated R13 by the MTRCB. Each grossed over a hundred million.”
It’s sad that Moira and Ed have been eased out unceremoniously and unfairly despite their palpable passion to elevate filmmakers and the Filipino audience without forgetting the bottomline. Even more alarming, Marichu Maceda and Dominic Du, those #MMFF2015 executive committee members who meddled with the jury and told them not to score Erik Matti’s “Honor Thy Father,” ARE BACK. “My fear is that they will reinstate the mainstream-indie kaululan. And divide the lineup into 4 from the indies and 4 from mainstream. Kasi, 'yan talaga ang plano ng ilan sa kanila, something they weren’t ashamed to admit late last year, in the lead-up to the festival,” Moira says. That 4-4 proposal not only divides the industry into mainstream and indie unnecessarily—it also disregards quality. Imagine this scenario: What if, out of all the entries submitted this year, ALL 8 really good movies that make the cut are independently produced? Will the new selection committee chuck them in favor of 4 studio-produced ones that aren’t as good?
Moira has fears. And biggest of them all is “that nobody will give a damn. Sana hindi. Sana maraming magbantay, maraming mag-ingay. I wish enough people will finally say, ‘Enough. We won't put up with any more b.s. We deserve better. This festival is more ours than it is yours.’ I wish more people will stop buying the b.s. that good movies and popular movies are mutually exclusive. Good movies can be popular, can and do become big hits. Popular movies don't have to insult our intelligence and our humanity.”
So what can we, yes, you and me, us powerless indios, do? “Keep informed. Post, tweet, be heard. Don't settle for what MMFF 2016 was able to accomplish. You deserve so much more. Demand for it. Find good movies and storytellers to champion. Start a movie club in your school, workplace, street, city. Organize screenings...” She trails off.
Noted, Moira. I start with this: Using this page to hopefully create noise. Awareness.
Thank you for your service to the Filipino people, Moira Lang and Edward Delos Santos Cabagnot. History will judge you kindly.
TL;DR MMFF is plagued by hullabaloos and the 2015 Honor thy Father disqualification scandal showed the corruption. 2016 came and the new MMDA chair tried to set things straight by listening to people who actually care to make things better. The result was the MMFF 2016 lineup. And then now we have this lineup in MMFF 2017 because those same people who cared were sacked.
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2017.05.06 21:58 TheBigLittleTyDK Creating the Extremely Genre Specific /r/Indieheads Playlist. Week 21: Noise

Recap and Voting
Been really slacking on these, losing a bit of interest in compiling it every week. If anyone really wants to take over (again) just tell me, but I'll try to keep it going for a while.
Follow this user for all of the V1 AND V2 GSPL playlists.
SURVEY
Intro
Given that we have tons of resources at our disposal to explore music it may seem a little daunting to people trying to get into different genres of music. Simply asking the question "how do i get into ___" brings upon a myriad of responses from people. To help everyone and to have a fun weekly exercise I'd like try to build /indieheads 's playlists for extremely specific music genres.
It's simple, nominate a song by posting it, upvote the ones you like. The top 20 songs from individual artists (only the top songs of each artist will be added unless there aren't enough songs for the 20.) will be made into a Spotify playlist.
Guidelines for Posting
Week 21:
The RYM Definition of Noise:
Noise is an Experimental genre that strays away from conventional music structure and consists primarily of noise. Noise can be generated with virtually anything, including acoustic and traditional instruments, non-musical objects and machines, as well as electronic equipment and extreme vocal techniques. Noise is often cacophonous, improvised, loud and abrasive. It commonly uses feedback and computer generated noise to amplify and distort the sound.
The origins of noise in music date back to the early 20th century and the Futurism movement. Luigi Russolo is credited for being one of the first artists to consciously use noise as a backbone of music composition. In his 1913 manifesto, L'arte dei rumori ("The Art of Noises"), he stated that artists should not limit themselves to traditional instruments, because there is an infinite number of different noises that can be used to enlarge and enrich the domain of musical sounds. He invented acoustic instruments called intonarumori (Italian for "noise makers"). In 1921, Luigi's brother, Antonio, produced Corale / Serenata, which is now the only surviving recording of these experiments.
Many Modern Classical and Musique concrète composers like Edgard Varèse and John Cage continued to experiment with noise. However, it should be understood that while those developments were crucial to the increasing usage of noise in music, they did not necessarily sound like the contemporary genre known as noise music. Some of the earliest examples of what could be considered as full-fledged noise are Robert Ashley's Wolfman from 1964 and Pauline Oliveros's A Little Noise in the System from 1967, both utilizing a lot of feedback.
For a long time, noise was used mostly in academic avant-garde circles, but it eventually found its way to popular music. In 1966, The Velvet Underground's John Cale recorded Loop, a 7-minute track consisting of audio feedback. A similar approach was later used by Lou Reed on Metal Machine Music: The Amine β Ring in 1975. Containing solely guitar feedback played at different speeds, the album had a huge impact on spreading noise to popular music. Another notable example of early noise music is 天乃川 (1973 Live), performed by 灰野敬二 [Keiji Haino] two years before Metal Machine Music.
In 1976, Throbbing Gristle started the Industrial genre. The band's extreme and abrasive performances incorporated large amounts of atonal and distorted noise. This approach was continued and expanded by influential artists such as NON, Whitehouse and SPK, solidifying noise as one of the key aspects of industrial music.
The growth of industrial in different parts of the world and the early works of Keiji Haino anticipated the emergence of the Japanese Harsh Noise scene. Ranging from cacophonous Free Improvisation of 非常階段 [Hijokaidan] to electronic experimentation of Merzbow and Incapacitants, this Japanese scene (also known as "japanoise") is home to many influential noise musicians that set the standards for contemporary noise music.
Since its inception, noise has evolved into and influenced a wide range of genres that vary in their ferocity. While sub-genres such as Power Electronics and harsh noise aspire to be as relentless and extreme as possible, related Noise Rock and Noise Pop tend to be more accessible and retain traditional rock song structures. Power Noise combines experimental noises and loops with repetitive beats to make a more rhythmic form of noise music. Some artists like Burning Star Core, Kevin Drumm and Yellow Swans mix noise with the less vicious Drone.
Notable Artists: Merzbow, 不失者 [Fushitsusha], Ramleh, Yellow Swans, Kevin Drumm, Incapacitants
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2016.12.01 20:56 Mictlantecuhtli "Are you interested in the lost civilizations? I might have some interesting topics that are poorly researched and lack citations for you and perpetuate commonly held false assumptions on Maya history."

Dude comes in /ancientcivilizations, another history sub where people try to push pseudo-history and pseudo-archaeology, to try and peddle his blog. So, I take a look at it. What do I see? A topic on the Maya? Let's see what he's gotten wrong.
Edit: this isn't the first time I've corrected this user
the Olmecs, the oldest culture in Mesoamerica
There are several cultures that are older or contemporaneous to the Olmec. The Mokaya (Blake and Clark 1999), Capacha (Kelly 1980; Mountjoy 1994) , Matanchen (Mountjoy 1970, 2000; Mountjoy and Claassen 2005), El Opeño (Oliveros 1970, 1974), and Monte Alto cultures (Parsons and Jenson 1965; Demarest, Switsur, and Berger 1982), for example.
Olmecs settled along the Gulf of Mexico and began building great cities of stone and brick.
They had dirt mounds (Cyphers 1997; Diehl 981). The Red Palace has some basalt columns, but most of it is dirt.
Though no one knows where the Olmecs came from, nor what happened to them, they lay the foundation for all the future civilizations in Mesoamerica.
They came from Archaic populations in the region (Wilkerson 1981). They are the culmination of centuries of cultural development in the region. They didn't come from anywhere else but where they already lived.
As for where they went, they continued to develop culturally and became the Epi-Olmec (Pool 2000).
They also did not lay down the foundation for all Mesoamerican civilizations. West Mexican civilizations, for example, diverge greatly from their eastern cousins. There is little to no Olmec material that has been recovered in West Mexico despite no physical barriers preventing people from moving and trading. West Mexico simply drew upon their own ancestral cultures such as Capacha and El Opeño.
important cultural elements of the region were disseminated such as writing, mathematics, astronomy and the development of the calendar; all of which the Maya would refine.
It's somewhat debatable since the Olmec didn't write any of this. There's the Cascajal Block, but it hasn't been confirmed to be writing exactly. It could be writing, looks like writing to some, but cannot be read (Magni 2008). And it looks very different from Zapotec, Maya, or Epi-Olmec writing. The oldest Long Count date comes from Tres Zapotes, that's true, but it dates to the Late Formative long after what we would consider Olmec.
The Plumed Serpent god Kukulkan (also known as Gucamatz) was the most popular deity among the Maya.
We don't refer to the feathered serpent at Teotihuacan as Quetzalcoatl or Kukulkan because we don't know what Teotihuacanos called it. How is the feather serpent the consort of the Goddess? Where has that been established?
During this time the great urban centers rose across the land and the Maya numbered in the millions
You put this in the El Tajin section, but mention the Maya. The Maya did not inhabit El Tajin. And you need to provide a source on the population estimate if you're going to say millions.
The very important ball game which came to be known as Poc-a-Toc was developed and more ball courts have been found in and around the city of El Tajin than anywhere else in the region.
While El Tajin may have had its own variation of the Mesoamerican ball game, keep in mind that ball courts have been found that predate El Tajin. The Teuchitlan culture, for example, built ballcourts beginning in the Late Formative to Early Classic periods.
The Classic Maya Period: 250-950 CE – This is the era which saw the consolidation of power in the great cities of the Yucatec Maya such as Chichen Itza and Uxmal.
You should make a note that both Chichen Itza and Uxmal were founded in the Late Classic (600 AD, Chichen - 850 AD - Uxmal) and survived until the early Postclassic (13th century, Chichen - 1100 AD, Uxmal)
Direct cultural influences may be seen, in some sites, from the Olmecs and the Zapotecs and the cultural values of Teotihuacan and El Tajin
What are these influences? You need to establish that. Especially with the Zapotec, El Tajin, and Olmec.
This period was the height of the Maya civilization in which they perfected mathematics, astronomy, architecture and the visual arts and also refined and perfected the calendar.
How did they perfect these things? And how did they differ from the Preclassic? Or Postclassic?
The oldest date recorded in this era is on Stele 29 in the city of Tikal (292 CE)
El Baúl (Ochoa and Lee 1983; Marcus 1976) and Takalik Abaj (Riese 1988; Stuart 2004) both have older dates and both are Maya
The Post-Classic Period: 950-1524 CE – At this time the great cities of the Maya were abandoned.
Some were, some weren't. The Postclassic thrived, as well (Chase 1992; Chase and Chase 2006; Masson, Hare, and Peraza Lope 2006; Sabloff 2007; Jones 1998). It may not be as well known and published as the Classic period, but it is just as important if not more so since the Postclassic Maya were who the Spanish encountered
The Toltecs, a new tribe in the region, took over the vacant urban centers and re-populated them. At this time, Tula and Chichen-Itza became dominant cities in the region.
The Toltecs were not in the Maya region. And they did not "take over" anything. The topic is still hotly debated and part of it is because there is this is a common misconception based on early archaeological work where people visited Tula before they visited Chichen. They saw some similarities between the two and concluded Tula influenced Chichen, but did so without any sort of dating. Radiocarbon dating, however, suggests sometime more complicated. The sites are contemporaneous in terms of architectural style and Chichen may actually be a little bit earlier (Kowalski and Kristan-Graham 2007). So we don't know who influenced who. It could very well have been Chichen on Tula. Both scenarios, though, are unlikely. The Epiclassic was a period of upheaval and change. People latched onto whatever they could to secure power and part of that power stemmed from art and architecture. There are so many common elements in this period that we refer to this art style,as the International style.
the widely popular conception that the Maya were driven from their cities by the Spanish Conquest is erroneous as the cities were already vacant by the time of the Spanish invasion (in fact, the Spanish conquerors had no idea the natives they found in the region were responsible for the enormous complexes of the cities). The Quiche Maya were defeated at the Battle of Utatlan in 1524 CE and this date traditionally marks the end of the Maya Civilization.
One sentence you say the cities were abandoned, but the next you say a battle took place at Q'umarkaj (Utatlan) which is a city. I'm afraid you are following the popular misconception that there were no Maya cities occupied when there were. It took many years of fighting for the Spanish to pacify the Maya region. The last Maya city to fall was Nojpeten and it did not fall until 1697 (Jones 1998).
to reach the paradise of Tamoanchan (`place of the misty sky’) where beautiful flowers bloomed.
Tomoanchan is Aztec and Postclassic, not Maya and Classic. You are blurring the lines between peoples and time periods. They are not one in the same, but distinct from one another.
The great religious book of the Quiche Maya, the Popol-Vuh
That was written in 1701. You have to recognize that it is not a Classic period document, though it may have earlier roots. There are elements of the Popol Vuh that can be traced back further into Classic and even Preclassic artwork. But we cannot verify that the story stayed the same (unless someone finds a long Preclassic/Classic inscription or a book), we can only identify shared iconography.
It has long been believed that the losing team (or the captain of the losing team) would be killed at the end of the match but recent advances in deciphering the Mayan glyphs, together with archaeological evidence, suggests it may have been the winning team or the winning captain who was given the honor of a quick death and instant passage to paradise.
There's no evidence for either outcome. Either way, you should provide specific sources on this statement
This is not quite correct, however, as glyphs at many ball courts, Chichen Itza to name only one, could be interpreted
Could be interpreted to be sensational and drive up clicks. Come on, mate. You just said researchers say there is no evidence for this.
Only three books of the Maya escaped the conflagration at Mani: The Madrid Codex, The Dresden Codex, and The Paris Codex
And the Grolier Codex
The Haab and the Tzolkin work together, like gears interlocking in a machine
That's just how Westerners visualize this. The Maya did not depict their calendars like that at all
As the long count calendar begins 11 August 3114 BCE, it goes into its next cycle (known as a Baktun) on 21 December 2012 CE.
December 21, 2012 marked the beginning of the 13th b'ak'tun. That means the Long Count had undergone 12 previous cycles. December wasn't the first nor will it be the last.
The claim that the Maya somehow vanished, simply because their cities were found abandoned, is not only inaccurate but insulting to the over six million Maya who carry on the traditions of their ancestors.
But that is exactly what you did when you glossed over the Postclassic and colonial periods.
tl;dr - second time this week I've raged over some Mesoamerican bad history. It feels nice
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2015.04.04 00:40 RedSoxGameday Game Thread: 4/3 Twins (12-15) @ Red Sox (16-11) 7:05 PM ET

First Pitch: 7:05 PM ET at JetBlue Park
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Twins Ricky Nolasco (1-1, 4.12 ERA) Go 96.3, TIBN
Red Sox Brian Johnson (1-1, 2.93 ERA) NESN WEEI 93.7
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Line Score - Final

1 2 3 4 5 6 7 8 9 R H E
MIN 0 0 2 1 2 0 0 0 0 5 11 0
BOS 0 1 0 1 0 0 0 0 2 8 1

Box Score

BOS Pos AB R H RBI BB SO BA
CF Betts 3 0 1 0 0 0 .444
LF Berry 1 0 0 0 0 0 .300
2B Pedroia 2 0 1 0 0 0 .314
RF Nava 2 0 0 0 0 0 .275
DH Ortiz, D 2 0 0 0 1 1 .235
PR-DH Montz 1 0 0 0 0 1 .172
LF Ramirez, H 3 0 0 0 0 0 .255
CF Margot 1 0 0 0 0 1 .000
3B Sandoval 2 1 1 0 0 1 .231
3B Craig 2 0 1 0 0 0 .260
1B Napoli 2 1 1 1 0 0 .421
1B Weeks, J 2 0 1 0 0 0 .233
SS Holt, B 3 0 0 0 0 0 .295
2B Gragnani 1 0 0 0 0 0 .429
RF Victorino 2 0 1 1 0 1 .175
2B-SS Bianchi 2 0 0 0 0 0 .300
C Hanigan 2 0 1 0 0 0 .292
C Leon, S 2 0 0 0 0 0 .250
MIN Pos AB R H RBI BB SO BA
CF Robinson, S 3 2 2 0 1 1 .300
CF Farris 1 0 0 0 0 0 .176
3B-SS Escobar, E 4 1 2 3 0 0 .344
SS Meneses 1 0 1 0 0 0 .273
SS-3B Nunez 4 0 1 0 0 0 .327
3B Wickens 0 0 0 0 1 0 .000
RF Ramirez, W 4 1 1 0 0 2 .200
RF Ortiz 1 0 0 0 0 0 .063
LF Arcia, Os 3 0 0 0 0 1 .260
LF Harrison 1 0 0 0 0 0 .000
1B Rodriguez, R 4 0 0 0 0 1 .100
C Herrmann, C 3 0 1 1 0 1 .302
C Paulino 1 0 1 0 0 0 .500
DH Gonzales 4 0 1 0 0 2 .200
2B Bernier 4 1 1 0 0 1 .250
BOS IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Johnson, B 4.2 7 5 5 1 7 41-35 4.50
Varvaro 1.1 1 0 0 0 1 7-7 1.08
Mujica 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 5-5 4.50
Tazawa 1.0 1 0 0 0 1 6-6 4.50
Layne 1.0 1 0 0 1 0 8-4 1.00
MIN IP H R ER BB SO P-S ERA
Nolasco 3.0 4 1 1 0 1 17-16 3.97
Duensing 1.0 1 1 1 0 2 11-8 8.18
Boyer 1.0 1 0 0 1 0 9-4 1.26
Graham, J 1.0 1 0 0 0 0 4-4 5.79
Oliveros, L 2.0 1 0 0 0 2 11-11 0.00
Johnson, D 1.0 0 0 0 0 0 3-3 0.00

Scoring Plays

Inning Event Score
2 Shane Victorino singles on a ground ball to second baseman Doug Bernier. Pablo Sandoval scores. 1-0
3 Eduardo Escobar doubles (4) on a line drive to left fielder Hanley Ramirez. Doug Bernier scores. Shane Robinson scores. 1-2
4 Chris Herrmann singles on a ground ball to center fielder Mookie Betts. Wilkin Ramirez scores. 1-3
4 Mike Napoli homers (6) on a fly ball to right field. 2-3
5 Eduardo Escobar doubles (5) on a fly ball to left fielder Hanley Ramirez. Shane Robinson scores. 2-4
5 With Wilkin Ramirez batting, wild pitch by Brian Johnson, Eduardo Escobar scores. Eduardo Nunez to 2nd. 2-5

Highlights

Updated at 9:58 PM EDT.

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