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oscars 2017: write your own acceptance speech by filling in the blanks


if your big award-winning moment came, what would you say? try our speech generator to help you find the perfect words.share storyby ardua harrisseattle times entertainment and lifestyle editordo you dream of winning an academy award? what would you say in your acceptance speech? we’re here to help. fill in the word prompts to generate your own award-worthy speech.ardua harris: [email protected] seattle times entertainment and lifestyle editorcustom-curated news highlights, delivered weekday mornings.thanks for signing up!






graham norton’s amazing reaction to winning a surprise award


graham norton is one of britain's greatest tv personalities; heck, even americans love him. in this video, watch as he wins a surprise achievement award. the post graham norton’s amazing reaction to winning a surprise award appeared first on holy kaw!.






viola davis is a grammy shy of winning the egot


viola davis made history last night as the first black actor to win an emmy, oscar and tony for acting. this makes her a grammy award away from winning the four major entertainment awards, commonly referred to as the egot.read: she’s the first: viola davis makes history with her third oscar nominationif davis became an egot winner, she’d be the 13th person in history and the second black woman to do so (the first is whoopi goldberg). naturally, twitter is pining for the how to get away with murder star to become part of the exclusive group of entertainers.many users have come up with creative ways for davis to win a grammy award, from writing a book and releasing an audiobook recording of it, to being featured on chance the rapper’s next song.it could be difficult to win that last award, b






these are the four cameras that won oscars in 2017: digital photography review


four oscar winning cameras of 2017 before things got really confusing at the 89th academy awards last night, we got an overview of the oscars given out earlier in the month at the scientific and technical awards. notably, four cameras earned recognition for helping to usher in the digital age of filmmaking. so, which cameras were oscar winners? and the award goes to... 1. arri alexa arri was honored 'for the pioneering design and engineering of the super 35 format alexa digital camera system.' arri alexa cameras were used on the nominated and award winning films arrival, moonlight, lion, hell or high water, and manchester by the sea.2. red epicred digital cinema received an award for the the red epic thanks to its upgradeable full-frame sensors. the red epic dragon was used on the award-no






casey affleck’s best actor oscar win results in online backlash


this year’s oscars was filled with myriad controversies: from warren beatty announcing the wrong film for the best picture award to host jimmy kimmel slamming president donald trump in his opening speech. but another controversy made its way to social media: ben affleck’s brother casey winning the best actor award for “manchester by the sea.” ben’s…






stunning, award-winning animated short


"junk" is going to blow your mind. not only is the animation stunningly unique, but the story is wonderful, too. take a look. the post stunning, award-winning animated short appeared first on holy kaw!.






marcus yam named 2016 poyi newspaper photographer of the year


los angeles times staff photographer marcus yam has won the premier 2016 newspaper photographer of the year award in the 74th annual pictures of the year international (poyi) competition.yam’s award-winning portfolio mainly comprised daily news assignments, such as wildfires and the presidential election.the judges noted, “the winning portfolio exemplified the true essence of newspaper photography, the work has set the gold-standard for excellence in photojournalism.”yam joined the staff of the times in 2014 after working at the seattle times. previously, he interned at several papers including the new york times and the washington post.“it’s a tremendous honor to to receive this award and be recognized among so many talented photographers,” yam said. “i’m really stoked about it, but there






these are the four cameras that won oscars in 2017: digital photography review


four oscar winning cameras of 2017 before things got really confusing at the 89th academy awards last night, we got an overview of the oscars given out earlier in the month at the scientific and technical awards. notably, four cameras earned recognition for helping to usher in the digital age of filmmaking. so, which cameras were oscar winners? and the award goes to... 1. arri alexa arri was honored 'for the pioneering design and engineering of the super 35 format alexa digital camera system.' arri alexa cameras were used on the nominated and award winning films arrival, moonlight, lion, hell or high water, and manchester by the sea.2. red epicred digital cinema received an award for the the red epic thanks to its upgradeable full-frame sensors. the red epic dragon was used on the award-no






barack obama named recipient of jfk profile in courage award


boston (ap) — former president barack obama has been named the 2017 winner of the john f. kennedy profile in courage award.the john f. kennedy library foundation announced thursday that obama was honored “for his enduring commitment to democratic ideals and elevating the standard of political courage in a new century.”kennedy’s daughter, caroline kennedy, and her son, jack schlossberg, will present obama with the award on may 7 in boston.caroline kennedy says obama carried her father’s torch, “providing young people of all backgrounds with an example they can emulate in their own lives.”most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.the award is presented annually to public servants who have made courageous decisions of conscience without regard for the personal or professional






uw’s kelsey plum collects pac-12 player of the week honors


after averaging 41 points in two games, kelsey plum picks up pac-12 player of the week honors for the sixth time this season.kelsey plum finished the regular season the way she started, with an award-winning performance.after pouring in a career-high 57 points on saturday and capturing the ncaa all-time scoring lead over the weekend, the washington huskies star received the pac-12 player of the week award monday.it’s the sixth time she’s received the honor this season, which is more than any player this season. it ties former stanford standout chiney ogwumike (2012-13) for the second most ever in a season. ogwumike holds record for winning the most pow awards in a season (9) and career (18).plum has won it eight times during her illustrious uw career, which ties for the fourth most in pac-






from the archives: 1966 oscar win for julie christie


in “darling,” christie portrayed a model in london's swinging '60s. the movie received five academy award nominations, also winning the best original screenplay and best costume design oscars.julie andrews had won the best actress oscar in 1965 for "mary poppins," and was expected to win again for "the sound of music."when christie was asked whether she thought she had a chance of winning, she replied, "good god, no.""the sound of music" did win the best picture oscar, beating out "dr. zhivago." christie had the role of lara antipova in "zhivago."this post originally published on aug. 3, 2010.






uchi from james beard award-winning chef tyson cole is bringing gussied-up japan


cole is known for his super-refined takes on modern japanese cuisine.






bizarre documentary about a who regularly spots ufos


it’s not hard to guess what the curse of the man who sees ufos is about. but that doesn’t mean this isn’t a fascinating (and award-winning) documentary. take a look at the trailer.full story at youtube.more great movies. posted by josh urich






forget “top chef.” fort carson field division is chopping and frying its way to


jerilee bennett, the gazettespc. chelsea potterville are among a group of award winning cooks from the 4th i.d. at ft. carson. she serves soldiers a gourmet breakfast down range on thursday, february 2, 2017.by tom roeder, the gazettefort carson — soldiers sweating over stoves on a fort carson training range last week say the super bowl has nothing on the army’s top culinary challenge.a team from the post’s 4th infantry division was chopping and frying its way through the finals. the prize: recognition as the best field kitchen in the army.“this is our super bowl,” said chief warrant officer chontelle sturdivant, who has already coached her cooking team through a string of wins to reach the final army-wide challenge. “we’re hoping all this hard work pays off.”the team has spent the past ye






suicide squad is now an oscar-winning movie


image: wbcongratulations to alessandro bertolazzi, giorgio gregorini, and christopher nelson. i mean that sincerely, because in addition to actually doing some great makeup work but who also had to work under what i imagine to be truly unnecessarily awful conditions.advertisementthat now means that we’re going to see “academy award-winning movie, suicide squad” used sincerely and ironically for months to come. let suicide squad stand as a testament to even the largest grey cloud having some silver lining. also winning an oscar tonight was fantastic beasts and where to find them. colleen atwood nabbed her fourth oscar for a film which fused fantasy and period design, which are both powerhouses in this category. advertisementnow, excuse me, i need to drink the memory of these movies away.rea






minneapolis writer miriam karmel wins holy cow short story prize


minneapolis writer miriam karmel is the winner of the inaugural first fiction award sponsored by holy cow press of duluth and the lindquist & vennum foundation of the twin cities.karmel is the author of the novel, "being esther," published in 2013 by milkweed editions. she's also a past winner of minnesota monthly's tamarack award for her story, "the queen of love." her winning manuscript, "subtle variations and other stories," was selected from 65 entries. it will be published in october by holy cow.the first fiction award carries a $5,000 prize and a publishing contract with holy cow.  the lindquist & vennum foundation is also the sponsor of milkweed edition's annual poetry prize.pen america speaks out about donald trump's actions on refugees.






nethserver 7: major improvements make choosing this server a no-brainer for smbs


jack wallen is an award-winning writer for techrepublic and linux.com. he’s an avid promoter of open source and the voice of the android expert. for more news about jack wallen, visit his website jackwallen.com.






bright like a diamond: harvard honors rihanna's philanthropy


cambridge, mass. — grammy award-winning singer rihanna finally "made it to harvard" to be honored as the university's 2017 humanitarian of the year.she received a standing ovation as she accepted the award on tuesday."so i made it to harvard," she said, flipping her long ponytail and striking a pose as the crowd erupted into cheers. "never thought i'd be able to say that in my life. but it feels good."the university says it chose rihanna for her involvement in a number of charitable causes. she built a state-of-the-art center for oncology and nuclear medicine to diagnose and treat breast cancer in her home nation, barbados.rihanna, whose songs include "work" and "diamonds," also supports the global partnership for education and global citizen project, providing children with access to educ






jeanette winterson: 'character of london will disappear'


award winning author jeanette winterson has been speaking to the bbc about having to close her deli in spitalfields because of rising rates.her business rates will rise from £21,500 to £54,000 in april.






patientpoint 360


patientpoint 360. is the premier app for physicians at the point of care, offering cutting-edge anatomical tools and timely medical news to enhance patient-physician enga ent. features: with patientpoint 360. , healthcare professionals have access to: interactive 3d anatomical models--review with patients in the exam room and email them images to reference later. medical news feed--stay up-to-date on breaking news and research from renowned academic journals, national conferences and symposiums and share with colleagues. award-winning patient education--access a library of award-winning brochures on commonly treated disease states that you can easily email to patients. powerful search tool--search the entire app library or narrow down results by specific keyword, specialty or topic to f






how to harden mysql security with a single command


jack wallen is an award-winning writer for techrepublic and linux.com. he’s an avid promoter of open source and the voice of the android expert. for more news about jack wallen, visit his website jackwallen.com.






'darknet' heads to psvr on march 7


"darknet," an oculus rift launch title, will head to the playstation vr platform on march 7. the award-winning game is about "cyberpunk hacking in virtual reality" as depicted by node-based puzzles.






pop stars shakira and carlos vives sued for plagiarism


madrid (ap) — a cuban singer and music producer has filed a plagiarism lawsuit against pop stars shakira and carlos vives for allegedly copying excerpts of a decade-old song in the colombian duo’s award-winning music hit ‘la bicicleta.’the song — whose title translates to ‘the bike’ — won last year’s grammy latino award and was recognized again last month by the billboard awards as best 2016 hot latin song.madrid judicial authorities said that a judge in the spanish capital has accepted the suit filed thursday by mdrb music publishing, the label of livan rafael castellanos. the singer, who is based in madrid and is also known as livam, argues that parts of his 1997 song ‘yo te quiero tanto’ were plagiarized in the hit.






pop stars shakira and carlos vives sued for plagiarism


madrid — a cuban singer and music producer has filed a plagiarism lawsuit against pop stars shakira and carlos vives for allegedly copying excerpts of a decade-old song in the colombian duo's award-winning music hit 'la bicicleta.'the song — whose title translates to 'the bike' — won last year's grammy latino award and was recognized again last month by the billboard awards as best 2016 hot latin song.madrid judicial authorities said that a judge in the spanish capital has accepted the suit filed thursday by mdrb music publishing, the label of livan rafael castellanos. the singer, who is based in madrid and is also known as livam, argues that parts of his 1997 song 'yo te quiero tanto' were plagiarized in the hit.






alfred


alfred is an award-winning productivity application for mac os x, which aims to save you time in searching your local computer and the web. whether it's maps, amazon, ebay, wikipedia, you can feed your web addiction quicker than ever.






how to make apache more secure by hiding directory folders


jack wallen is an award-winning writer for techrepublic and linux.com. he’s an avid promoter of open source and the voice of the android expert. for more news about jack wallen, visit his website jackwallen.com.






barack obama named recipient of jfk profile in courage award


boston — former president barack obama was named the 2017 winner of the john f. kennedy profile in courage award on thursday for carrying on his fellow democrat's legacy."president kennedy called on a new generation of americans to give their talents to the service of the country," kennedy's daughter, caroline kennedy, said in a statement. "with exceptional dignity and courage, president obama has carried that torch into our own time, providing young people of all backgrounds with an example they can emulate in their own lives."caroline kennedy and her son, jack schlossberg, will present obama with the award may 7 at the john f. kennedy presidential library and museum in boston."humbled to be recognized by a family with a legacy of service," obama said in his official twitter account.the a






android security bulletin february 2017: what you need to know


jack wallen is an award-winning writer for techrepublic and linux.com. he’s an avid promoter of open source and the voice of the android expert. for more news about jack wallen, visit his website jackwallen.com.






stunning, award-winning animated short - holy kaw!


“junk” is going to blow your mind. not only is the animation stunningly unique, but the story is wonderful, too. take a look:full story at youtube.more great animation. posted by josh urich






my playhome hospital


#1 best selling kids app in over 50 countries. editor's choice award - children's technology review. 5 stars - common sense media. best pick award - techwithkids.com. 5 stars - pappasappar. se. new from the creators of the award winning "my playhome" series. welcome to the my playhome hospital. want to be a doctor? check your patient's heartbeat with the stethoscope. give prescriptions and medicines in the doctor's room. change the blood bags in the emergency room. want to play patient? get your arm bandaged. get an x-ray. recover in a comfortable hospital room and get served a meal. "my playhome hospital" has no time limits, scores or power ups. just free play that powers your child's imagination. "my playhome hospital" is also fully integrated with the original "my playhome", "my play






obama's reaction to architects' first design for his library: 'he said it was to


new york city architects tod williams and billie tsien, who on thursday were named the architects of the obama presidential center in chicago, are highly regarded modernists who built their award-winning practice, as a profile of them once put it, "not on a signature style but on signature values."...






paula fox, prize winning author, dead at 93


new york — award-winning author paula fox has died.her daughter, linda carroll, told the associated press that fox died wednesday at brooklyn methodist hospital. she was 93 and had been in failing health. fox was known for the novels "desperate characters," ''poor george" and the memoir "borrowed finery." she also wrote an acclaimed children's story, "the slave dancer," which won the newbery medal in 1974. out of print for several years, she enjoyed a late-life revival thanks to the admiration of jonathan franzen and other younger authors.other books included the novels "a servant's tale" and "the western coast" and a memoir about living in europe after world war ii, "the coldest winter." fox also wrote more than a dozen children's books.fox is the grandmother of singer courtney love.






liberia: aftermath of ebola |


ten years ago, in november 2006, al jazeera english was launched. to mark that anniversary, we have created rewind, which updates some of the channel's most memorable and award-winning documentaries of the past decade. we find out what happened to some of the characters in those films and ask how the stories have developed in the years since our cameras left.on a journey to the heart of the ebola epidemic in 2014, award-winning journalist sorious samura followed liberia's poorly paid and ill-equipped health workers as they risked their lives to treat the infected and recover the bodies of the dead. working alongside liberian investigative reporter mae azango and producer clive patterson, sorious filmed with a red cross body-collection team travelling around monrovia, liberia's capital, pic






rihanna honored as harvard's humanitarian of the year


cambridge, mass. (ap) — harvard university thinks rihanna shines bright like a diamond when it comes to philanthropy.the grammy award-winning singer was honored tuesday as harvard’s 2017 humanitarian of the year.the university says it chose rihanna for her involvement in a number of charitable causes. she built a state-of-the-art center for oncology and nuclear medicine to diagnose and treat breast cancer in her home nation of barbados.rihanna received a standing ovation as she accepted the award. she joked about finally making it to harvard and struck a pose as the crowd erupted in cheers.rihanna also supports the global partnership for education and global citizen project, providing children with access to education in developing countries.she also created the clara lionel foundation sch






bright like a diamond: harvard honors rihanna's philanthropy


cambridge, mass. — harvard university thinks rihanna shines bright like a diamond when it comes to philanthropy.the grammy award-winning singer was honored tuesday as harvard's 2017 humanitarian of the year.the university says it chose rihanna for her involvement in a number of charitable causes. she built a state-of-the-art center for oncology and nuclear medicine to diagnose and treat breast cancer in her home nation of barbados.rihanna received a standing ovation as she accepted the award. she joked about finally making it to harvard and struck a pose as the crowd erupted in cheers.rihanna also supports the global partnership for education and global citizen project, providing children with access to education in developing countries.she also created the clara lionel foundation scholars






oscar-winning syrian rescue group says prize is inspiration


beirut — the head of the syrian search-and-rescue group featured in the oscar-winning netflix documentary "the white helmets" says the award is an inspiration and a huge moral support for the volunteers to keep up their mission in the war-torn country.raed saleh of the syrian civil defense — known as "the white helmets" — appealed on governments around the world "to stop the bloodshed of the syrian people."speaking in a video released monday in southern turkey, he also quoted from the quran: "whoever saves a life - it is as if he has saved mankind entirely."saleh says the oscar "will inspire our volunteers with the moral support to continue rescuing civilians in syria."the white helmets did not have a representative at the los angeles oscars ceremony.






paula fox, award-winning author, dead at 93


new york -- paula fox, a prize-winning author who created high art out of imagined chaos in such novels as “poor george” and “desperate characters” and out of the real-life upheavals in her memoir “borrowed finery,” has died at age 93. her daughter, linda carroll, told the associated press that fox died wednesday at brooklyn methodist hospital. she had been in failing health. playvideocbs this morningjonathan franzen on new novel "purity" the author has sold millions of books and won the national book award. time magazine put him on the cover with the headline "great american novel... abandoned as a girl by her parents, a single mother before age 20, fox used the most finely crafted prose to write again and again about breakdown and disruption, what happens under the “surface of things.” i






making pollo a la plancha from "moonlight"


binging with babish walks you through recipes from famous tv shows and movies, bringing plates from the silver screen to life. here he is making pollo a la plancha from the academy award-winning “moonlight.”full story at youtube.more great recipes. posted by josh urich






cheesemakers vie for a slice of wisconsin's championship pie


closeskip in skipxembedxshare laclare farms in calumet county has expanded its business since winning the u.s. championship cheese contest in 2011. sarah kloepping/usa today network-wisconsinmarieke penterman, owner of holland's family cheese llc in thorp, reacts after winning first place in the u.s. cheese championship contest at lambeau field.(photo: file/usa today network-wisconsin) 516 connect 1 linkedinemailmoregreen bay, wis. — sometimes an award is more than something to hang on a wall. take the top spot in the u.s. championship cheese contest.for marieke penterman of holland's family cheese in thorp, it resulted in a green card. for katie furhmann and the hedrich family of laclare farms in fond du lac county, it helped turn an empty farm field into a 700-goat farm, creamery, cafe a






oscar-winning syrian rescue group says award is inspiration


beirut (ap) — the head of the syrian search-and-rescue group featured in the harrowing oscar-winning netflix documentary “the white helmets” said on monday he hopes the award will serve as an inspiration his volunteers to keep up their mission in the war-torn country.raed saleh of the syrian civil defense — popularly known as white helmets — also appealed on governments around the world “to stop the bloodshed of the syrian people.”speaking in a video recorded in southern turkey, he quoted from the quran: “whoever saves a life — it is as if he has saved mankind entirely.”the oscar for the best documentary short “will inspire our volunteers with the moral support to continue rescuing civilians in syria,” saleh said.most read storiesunlimited digital access. $1 for 4 weeks.the film focuses on






10 videos of shah rukh khan fans going crazy about raees!


10 videos of shah rukh khan fans going crazy about raees!because be it single screen or multiplex, when shah rukh khan is on the screen, this is bound to happen.  hence, as raees continues to show us the power of king khan on celluloid, we dig out some of the craziest raees appreciation fan videos!