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jacques pépin teaches you how to chop garlic like a pro


do you struggle with chopping garlic? take a look at this video––it teaches you how to chop garlic like jacques pépin does, and he’s an expert.full story at youtube.more great food. posted by josh urich






montreal's jacques cartier bridge is 'smart' infrastructure


montreal's jacques cartier bridge has been transformed into a piece of "smart" infrastructure with the installation of interactive lighting. the project was designed by canadian multimedia studio moment factory at a cost of c$39.5m.video by dan lytwyn






conflicting claims on a u.s. role in airstrike at mosque in syria that killed do


beirut --- an airstrike at a mosque in a rebel-held area of northern syria on thursday killed at least 35 people, first responders and activists said.the syrian civil defense, volunteer paramedics known as the white helmets, said first responders were racing to the scene after the airstrike in the jeeneh area, near the rebel-held province of idlib. it said at least 35 people were killed.the britain-based syrian observatory for human rights said at least 46 people were killed, mainly civilians.bilal abdul kareem, an american journalist with close links to militant islam groups in syria, is reporting that he is at the mosque. he put the death toll at 56.the reuters news agency reports that the powerful syrian rebel group ahrar al-sham said friday the u.s.-led coalition fighting the islamic s






conflicting claims on a u.s. role in airstrike at mosque in syria that killed do


beirut --- an airstrike at a mosque in a rebel-held area of northern syria on thursday killed at least 35 people, first responders and activists said.the syrian civil defense, volunteer paramedics known as the white helmets, said first responders were racing to the scene after the airstrike in the jeeneh area, near the rebel-held province of idlib. it said at least 35 people were killed.the britain-based syrian observatory for human rights said at least 46 people were killed, mainly civilians.bilal abdul kareem, an american journalist with close links to militant islam groups in syria, is reporting that he is at the mosque. he put the death toll at 56.the reuters news agency reports that the powerful syrian rebel group ahrar al-sham said friday the u.s.-led coalition fighting the islamic s






este software usa inteligencia artificial para pillarnos si nos distraemos al as


uno de los "peligros" de estudiar desde casa es que la constancia, el esfuerzo y la atención dependen enteramente de nosotros, sin un profesor materializado que pueda darnos un toque si desviamos la mirada o directamente cerramos los ojos. pero a falta de ello está la tecnología, y este software recurre a la inteligencia artificial para determinar si los alumnos están atendiendo o no.el software en cuestión se llama nestor y fue presentado en nueva york en el wcpun (*world council people of united nations), un evento centrado en la innovación tecnológica. la idea es que este software sea una ayuda en todos aquellos cursos online (y no sólo online), de cara a que éstos sean más efectivos reforzando la atención del alumno y su implicación más allá de las clases, aunque tiene cierto lado inqu






jacques pépin celebrated at premiere of pbs documentary


the thunderous standing ovation jacques pépin received tuesday night from a jam-packed audience at the castro theatre served as yet another reminder of just how adored he is here in the bay area. now 81 and still going strong, he remains a god-like figure among foodies.pépin was in san francisco for the world premiere of an upcoming pbs “american masters” documentary called “jacques pépin: the art of craft” — a wonderful film that recalls his upbringing in france, his bold move to america and his rise to celebrity status as a television chef who elevated kitchen techniques to an art form.it was a big night for both pépin and kqed. the local public television station, of course, was the chef’s tv home for many years — producing 11 of his shows. and “the art of craft” is kqed’s first “americ






gunmen run off with nestor restaurant's register


armed robbers ran off with the cash register at a restaurant in the south san diego neighborhood of nestor saturday night, police said.one of the robbers carried a semi-automatic pistol and the other simulated having a gun under his clothes, san diego police sgt. michael tansey said.the pair hit victoria’s mexican grill on coronado avenue about 9:20 p.m. they grabbed the cash register and drove away in an older model, dark-colored van.witnesses described the robbers as black, in their late teens or early 20s, at least 6 feet tall and thin. they wore hooded sweatshirts, one dark blue and the other dark gray.three must-see headlinescalifornia prisons warned against 'sanctuary' statusadvocates rally at border in advance of sessions visithomeless up 5 percent in the county, skyrockets downtown






february 28, 2017 – the mercury news


birthday gal: actress jennie jacques was born in coventry, england today in 1989. this birthday gal portrays judith on “vikings,” played tash on “the delivery man,” and rose to fame as annie miller on the british series “desperate romantics.” on the big screen, jacques’ film work includes “truth or die,” “demons never die,” and “shank.” jacques will next star in an upcoming series called “the no hopers.”aries (march 21-april 19): be wise when you suspect someone is wearing a disguise. someone may sugarcoat the facts in order to earn your respect or assistance. remain organized and stick to your schedule for the best results.taurus (april 20-may 20): keep in mind that people are more important than things. it might be best to think about how to please others than how to please yourself. it






chef jacques pépin talks about his life in france and opportunities for immigran


pbs’ newest culinary edition of the “america masters,” a series of comprehensive profiles on american culture’s most creatively notable, is about to give us a never-before-seen view into the life of jacques pépin, the french american chef who pioneered cooking for television alongside julia child on “jacques and julia.”the documentary will focus on pépin’s childhood in france, how he fell in love with america and came up in the food world — the story of how a french immigrant became one of america’s most celebrated chefs. the documentary airs may 27 ant 10 p.m. on pbs. recently i talked to pepin by phone. this interview has been edited for length and clarity.what was the dish that initially showed you that there's more to food than sustenance? that it could be an art or something more?inte






edna pierre-jacques, nyc grandmother, found beaten, strangled in home


new york -- police say a 78-year-old grandmother was beaten and strangled to death in her new york city apartment monday, according to news reports.edna pierre-jacques was found lying in a pool of blood with a head trauma, a head of a hammer broken off the handle nearby, sources told cbs new york. authorities initially believed she was beaten to death, but an autopsy revealed she was strangled, reports local news site dnainfo.pierre-jacques’ daughter and granddaughter found her body around 10 p.m. after seeing her unharmed just hours before. she reportedly lived in the brooklyn home with her estranged husband. the woman reportedly had four grown children. police have questioned the man and her other family members, but have not made any arrests. nypd chief of detectives robert boyce said t






while at coachella, kate bosworth chats about her new sunglasses collection with


no stranger to the coachella scene, festival alum and california girl kate bosworth is also a fan of palm springs. in town to support friend rachel zoe and the third annual zoeasis style retreat presented by the zoe report on saturday, the actress sat down with wwd to discuss her latest projects, including a collaboration with los angeles-based sunglasses designer jacques marie mage, and how to dress for the desert.wwd: what are you wearing today?kate bosworth: rachel zoe collection and an mcm [bag] and roger vivier, which i have been obsessed with for a while. they’re like fancy-pants birkenstocks. these are for outside festival use only. and these are glasses that i designed with jacques marie mage. they’re numbered and limited. i named them “fascination street.” [designer jerome mage] w






master chef jacques pépin in seattle: ‘i’m not crazy about marshmallows’


the world-famous chef was in town to celebrate a new partnership with farestart, dazzling a crowd with his presence and answering all-important questions about fast food, booze and the restaurant industry.gripping the back of a chair at farestart restaurant, michael jo was practically hyperventilating. he cut an elegant figure — his all-black server’s uniform set against the empty dining room’s white tablecloths, gleaming glassware and overflowing flower-and-fresh-herb bouquets — but he was completely losing it, gasping for air.world-famous, universally beloved chef jacques pépin had just arrived, crossing paths with jo on his way to tour the kitchen. “i almost screamed,” jo said later, when he’d recovered his equanimity enough to speak. he grew up watching “julia and jacques” on tv, he sa






joliet driver's ed teacher charged with dui, found unresponsive in school car


a driver's education teacher at joliet central high school who was charged with dui after being found unresponsive in a driver's ed car on school grounds has resigned, officials said.nestor nowak submitted his resignation monday night, according to a spokeswoman for joliet township high school district 204. the district's school board was scheduled to vote on accepting the resignation at a meeting tuesday night.the 46-year-old shorewood man faces a misdemeanor dui charge for the april 6 incident."it is concerning to us," school board president jeff pierson said of the incident.nowak pleaded guilty in 2014 to a dui charge. at that time, the will county state's attorney's office requested a special prosecutor for the case because nowak was working at the river valley juvenile justice center






driver's ed teacher at joliet high school resigns in wake of dui charge: officia


a driver's education teacher at joliet central high school who was charged with dui after being found unresponsive in a driver's ed car on school grounds has resigned, officials said.nestor nowak submitted his resignation monday night, according to a spokeswoman for joliet township high school district 204. the district's school board was scheduled to vote on accepting the resignation at a meeting tuesday night.the 46-year-old shorewood man faces a misdemeanor dui charge for the april 6 incident."it is concerning to us," school board president jeff pierson said of the incident.nowak pleaded guilty in 2014 to a dui charge. at that time, the will county state's attorney's office requested a special prosecutor for the case because nowak was working at the river valley juvenile justice center






culinary superstar jacques pépin is coming to seattle to celebrate a new partner


farestart executive chef wayne johnson calls the new alliance "an incredible honor" — and if you've got a pile of cash to spend, an incredible dinner hosted by pépin awaits.the charming miracle of french food known as jacques pépin will visit seattle later this month to kick off a partnership between his charitable foundation and our marvelous local nonprofit farestart. pépin is lending his prodigious expertise to the curriculum for farestart’s new apprenticeship program; farestart, of course, has provided restaurant-industry job training for seattle’s homeless and underprivileged for decades (and won a james beard award for it).if you’re financially blessed and care to throw your moneybags behind this extremely good cause, an absurdly great-sounding dinner awaits. on april 30 at farestart






the latest: snowplows escort child needing heart transplant


new york — the latest on a strong winter storm hitting the northeast (all times local):3:30 p.m.a 23-month-old in need of a heart transplant has been escorted by snowplows and state police troopers through a heavy snowstorm from one hospital to another in northeastern pennsylvania.gov. tom wolf says the tuesday afternoon trip was made between hospitals in east stroudsburg and danville, some 80 miles apart.the governor says the child made the trip safely.the storm dropped more than 20 inches of snow and sleet in parts of eastern pennsylvania, and snow was continuing to fall tuesday afternoon.___3 p.m.math lovers are still celebrating the unofficial holiday pi day, despite a blizzard that closed schools throughout the northeast.the faux holiday on march 14 celebrates the ratio of a circle's






tens of thousands take to streets of caracas


caracas, venezuela (ap) — the latest on the protests and counter demonstrations in venezuela (all times local):2:40 p.m.venezuelan interior minister nestor reverol is blaming an opposition party for the killing of a 23-year-old woman amid ongoing protests in the south american country.reverol said thursday that paola ramirez was killed on wednesday by a member of vente venezuela, a party led by high-profile opposition leader maria corina machado.vente venezuela did not immediately respond to the accusation. machado said the government was trying to blame her party for the killing of a young woman that the administration itself was responsible for.ramirez was killed over the past day in the restive western border city of san cristobal amid protests that also left two others dead — a teenage






we asked jacques cousteau's grandson about spongebob, the life aquatic, and poop


he is so handsome (image: carrie vonderhaar for bonnet rouge)you might think space is the final frontier, but there’s an entire alien world beneath the sea. exploring the deepest abysses even looks a lot like exploring outer space. so, we set up some time with fabien cousteau, aquanaut, jacques cousteau’s grandson, and arguably the ocean’s biggest fan, to chat about what it’s like. cousteau organized a 31-day mission underwater to the aquarius lab back in 2014. advertisementonce again, without any specific reason, we tried to embarrass him (and somehow only embarrassed ourselves). below is a lightly edited and condensed version of the interviewrae paoletta: what is the most underrated sea creature?advertisementfabien cousteau: having just come back from greece, i would say it’s octopus. it






we asked jacques cousteau's grandson about spongebob, the life aquatic, and poop


he is so handsome (image: carrie vonderhaar for bonnet rouge)you might think space is the final frontier, but there’s an entire alien world beneath the sea. exploring the deepest abysses even looks a lot like exploring outer space. so, we set up some time with fabien cousteau, aquanaut, jacques cousteau’s grandson, and arguably the ocean’s biggest fan, to chat about what it’s like. cousteau organized a 31-day mission underwater to the aquarius lab back in 2014. advertisementonce again, without any specific reason, we tried to embarrass him (and somehow only embarrassed ourselves). below is a lightly edited and condensed version of the interviewrae paoletta: what is the most underrated sea creature?advertisementfabien cousteau: having just come back from greece, i would say it’s octopus. it






fascinating documentary on combat photojournalist catherine leroy / boing boing


"the hill fights" is a clip from jacques menasche's film on the life and work of catherine leroy, best known for covering the vietnam war in all its unvarnished horror.report this ad at the time, carrying gear needed to film was too cumbersome for the kind of nimble work she was able to do. in some ways, the stills are even more harrowing than footage. a facial expression, haunted eyes, the terror of it all captured in a style that most journalists were not using while covering the war. she was also a total badass. via the international center for photography: cathy at war is a 72-minute documentary featuring the words and pictures of catherine leroy, arguably the greatest female photographer of the vietnam war. despite being less than five-feet tall and 90 pounds, leroy set the record for






pope comforts sister of french priest slain by extremists


rome — pope francis has comforted the sister of an elderly french priest who was slain by islamic militants in a church in normandy as the pontiff paid tribute to the courage of modern-day christian martyrs.francis gripped the hands of roselyne hamel, whose brother, rev. jacques hamel, 85, died when his throat was slit as he celebrated mass on july 26, 2016.francis quietly spoke with hamel during a service saturday evening in st. bartholomew basilica on tiber island in rome. he had just heard her tell fellow faithful in the church that her brother was killed by "two youths radicalized by a discourse of hate."in his homily, francis also hailed the suffering of refugees, lamenting that "international accords seem more important than human rights."






auction battles and encounters with royalty: lacma curator looks back at 24 year


some people say there are no high-quality old master artworks for museums to buy anymore. curator j. patrice marandel said those people are wrong.“there are fabulous things on the market,” marandel said. “what you need is money.”marandel should know. he retired friday as chief curator of european painting and sculpture at the los angeles county museum of art, ending a 24-year career there. in the weeks leading up to his final day, marandel talked with the times about the hundreds of works he has added to the museum’s collection — the favorite pieces that visitors might see in the galleries, and all the necessary sleuthing, schmoozing and deal-making that came along the way.he spoke of the characters he encountered at art fairs and auctions, and the suitors who pursued him in letters and ph






pope comforts sister of french priest slain by extremists


rome (ap) — pope francis has comforted the sister of an elderly french priest who was slain by islamic militants in a church in normandy as the pontiff paid tribute to the courage of modern-day christian martyrs.francis gripped the hands of roselyne hamel, whose brother, rev. jacques hamel, 85, died when his throat was slit as he celebrated mass on july 26, 2016.francis quietly spoke with hamel during a service saturday evening in st. bartholomew basilica on tiber island in rome. he had just heard her tell fellow faithful in the church that her brother was killed by “two youths radicalized by a discourse of hate.”in his homily, francis also hailed the suffering of refugees, lamenting that “international accords seem more important than human rights.”most read stories3-course dinners for $3






'bloodline' returns; jacques pépin profiled


tv picks for friday, may 26watch this:“first dates” (8 p.m., nbc): on the season finale, one dater envisions her life as a power couple, while another one admits he has never been kissed. we also meet a vegan chef who is looking for someone to bond with over his mutual love of kale and another dater finds out a secret about her match that wins her over.“american masters: jacques pépin” (9 p.m., pbs): the documentary series delivers a lively new profile of the french-born chef who elevated kitchen techniques to an art form and became a beloved figure among foodies everywhere. stanley tucci narrates. (for more info, go to the show’s official website).“dateline nbc” (9 p.m., nbc): back-to-back episodes focus on different crimes. first, a story about a hitman in charleston hired to kill a memb






jacques wilson of hamilton puts on show at city championships


jacques wilson of hamilton is a pretty good defensive back in football, but he didn't need to tackle dorsey running back antwone williams on thursday at the city section track and field championships.it was wilson running down williams to win the 100-meter championship in 10.73 seconds to become the fastest in the city section. williams finished second in 10.79."it's a great, great thing," wilson said. "i love it, but i have to be humble."wilson also had a brilliant anchor leg to lead hamilton to victory in the 4 x 100 relay in 41.99.arrun palacios of dorsey went 48 feet, 2 inches to win the triple jump.joseph anderson of hamilton, a basketball player competing in the long jump for the first time, won the city title with a personal best of 21-8. incredibly, he beat out bailey jones of pali






jacques wilson of hamilton puts on show at city championships


jacques wilson of hamilton is a pretty good defensive back in football, but he didn't need to tackle dorsey running back antwone williams on thursday at the city section track and field championships.it was wilson running down williams to win the 100-meter championship in 10.73 seconds to become the fastest in the city section. williams finished second in 10.79."it's a great, great thing," wilson said. "i love it, but i have to be humble."wilson also had a brilliant anchor leg to lead hamilton to victory in the 4 x 100 relay in 41.99.arrun palacios of dorsey went 48 feet, 2 inches to win the triple jump. mark nunez of dorsey won the 400 in 48.54 and took the 200 in 21.96.justin hazell of el camino real swept the distance races, winning the 1,600 in 4:16.39 and the 3,200 in 9:30.08.joseph a






jacques wilson of hamilton puts on show at city championships


jacques wilson of hamilton is a pretty good defensive back in football, but he didn't need to tackle dorsey running back antwone williams on thursday at the city section track and field championships.it was wilson running down williams to win the 100-meter championship in 10.73 seconds to become the fastest in the city section. williams finished second in 10.79."it's a great, great thing," wilson said. "i love it, but i have to be humble."wilson also had a brilliant anchor leg to lead hamilton to victory in the 4 x 100 relay in 41.99.arrun palacios of dorsey went 48 feet, 2 inches to win the triple jump. mark nunez of dorsey won the 400 in 48.54 and took the 200 in 21.96.justin hazell of el camino real swept the distance races, winning the 1,600 in 4:16.39 and the 3,200 in 9:30.08.joseph a






redesigned marquette hotel is now part of the curio collection by hilton


after a $25 million renovation, the marquette hotel in downtown minneapolis is now part of the curio collection by hilton, the first of that brand's upscale hotels in the state.the transition follows the $74.5 million purchase of the building in february 2016 by a company affiliated with texas-based jmi realty.renovations began in january. the 282-room hotel, at 710 marquette av., will finish the transition this month.the redesign envisioned by mark zeff design showcases the history of minneapolis and french missionary explorer jacques marquette. a new 76-seat restaurant called jacques, opening monday on the first floor, will feature a seasonal menu with italian-mediterranean influences. the 16-seat bar will feature drinks such as an iron range cocktail.basil's restaurant on the third floo






‘paris can wait’ review: dishing up a travel tale that’s a visual treat


eleanor coppola’s slight but charming tale follows a road trip filled with lovingly photographed meals and mild flirtation. diane lane, alec baldwin and arnaud viard star. rating: 2.5 stars out of 4.a sunny travelogue/fantasy set in the always-ready-for-its-closeup french countryside, eleanor coppola’s “paris can wait” is slight but charming. its story seems to belong in a peter mayle book: ann (diane lane), at the cannes film festival with her producer husband, michael (alec baldwin), can’t fly to paris because of an ear ache; instead, she accepts a ride with her husband’s french colleague, jacques (arnaud viard). the daylong trip stretches to two days, filled with lovingly photographed meals (impeccably lit cheese is practically a supporting character here) and mild flirtation. coppola’s






diane lane anchors the breezy road movie/rom-com “paris can wait” – the denver p


by ann hornaday, the washington postan ode to food, france, film and flirtation, “paris can wait” is a creamy but not entirely disposable bonbon of a movie.writer-director eleanor coppola makes her narrative feature debut here, albeit with a film not nearly as incisive or rigorous as her 1991 documentary “hearts of darkness,” about her husband francis ford coppola’s struggles to make “apocalypse now.” but viewers will no doubt detect notes of loss and even anger in a movie about the wife of a big-shot movie producer who learns to embrace her own desires during an unexpected road trip.the fact that the film’s lead character, anne, is played by diane lane goes a long way in explaining its appeal. having attended the cannes film festival with her husband, michael (played in a brief, amusing t






man convicted of helping plot texas attack to be sentenced


phoenix (ap) — sentencing is set wednesday for an american-born muslim convert convicted of supporting the islamic state group and helping to plot a 2015 attack on a prophet muhammad cartoon contest in texas.prosecutors are seeking a life sentence for abdul malik abdul kareem, while his defense attorney has asked for less than six years of prison time.authorities say kareem, the owner of a moving company in phoenix, provided the guns that two friends used to open fire outside the anti-islam event in suburban dallas and hosted the two islamic state followers at his home to discuss the upcoming attack.his friends, elton simpson and nadir soofi, were killed in a police shootout outside the contest in garland. a security guard was wounded, but no one else was injured. the contest featured cart






jacques demy musicals 'umbrellas of cherbourg,' 'rochefort' sing anew on criteri


best ’60s jacques demy musical: “the umbrellas of cherbourg” or “the young girls of rochefort”? that’s a question to drive any cinephile mad with indecision, but thanks to criterion collection, which has released new editions of these two michel legrand-scored, catherine deneuve-starring classics, one really doesn’t have to choose.by director damien chazelle’s own admission, his oscar-winning “la la land” would have looked and sounded rather different without the influence of “cherbourg,” with its intensely bittersweet romanticism, and “rochefort,” with its jazzy score and playful hollywood homage. to watch these movies again, or for the first time, is to surrender to a fantasia of lickable candy colors and exquisite melodies, where the whole world doesn’t burst into song so much as move t






the latest: death toll rises to 207 in colombia avalanche


mocoa, colombia — the latest on the deadly river overflow in southern colombia (all times local):12:15 p.m.colombian president juan manuel santos says that at least 207 people have been killed in a water and mud avalanche in the country's south, but the death toll is changing "every moment."santos spoke sunday in his latest update on the tragedy.authorities say another 200 people including many children were injured and just as many remain unaccounted for amid the destruction in the city of mocoa.heavy rains sent floodwaters, mud and debris surging through homes in the city around midnight friday. that left the streets covered saturday morning in thick sand, mud and tree limbs from the rivers and forest that surround the community.people are digging through the ruins, salvaging what they c






70 years of cannes in 17 seconds: the 'home away from home' for luminaries


kenneth turan, justin chang and steven zeitchik are bringing us cannes moments from the 70 years of the international film festival -- in 17-second increments (or thereabouts). here, turan, with chang behind the camera, brings us to the historic hotel splendid, which over the last 146 years has been "a home away from home" for luminaries ranging from the french composer jacques offenbach to the late critic roger ebert.






colombia's santos may have received odebrecht contributions


bogota, colombia — last year's nobel peace prize winner is being embroiled in a widening corruption scandal rocking politicians across latin america.colombia's chief prosecutor nestor martinez said tuesday that president juan manuel santos' 2014 re-election paign may have received a $1 million contribution from brazilian construction giant odebrecht.martinez didn't say what evidence exists to back up the claim or whether the alleged donations even constituted a crime. he said the donations were allegedly channeled through a lobbyist working on behalf of odebrecht and who has been jailed as part of the investigation into the firm's activities in colombia.odebrecht has admitted to paying some $800 million to officials to win business in 12 nations.santos has yet to comment but his former pai






pope comforts sister of french priest slain by extremists


rome — pope francis on saturday comforted the sister of an elderly french priest who was slain by islamic militants in a church in normandy as the pontiff paid tribute with a special prayer service to the courage of 20th- and 21st- century christian martyrs.francis gripped the hands of roselyne hamel, whose brother, rev. jacques hamel, 85, died when his throat was slit as he celebrated mass on july 26, 2016.he quietly spoke with her during the evening service in st. bartholomew basilica on tiberina island in rome. he had just heard her tell fellow faithful in the church that her brother was killed by "two youths radicalized by a discourse of hate."francis said the legacy of modern-day martyrs "teaches us that with the strength of love, meekness, one can combat arrogance, violence, war, and






pope comforts sister of french priest slain by extremists


rome (ap) — pope francis on saturday comforted the sister of an elderly french priest who was slain by islamic militants in a church in normandy as the pontiff paid tribute with a special prayer service to the courage of 20th- and 21st- century christian martyrs.francis gripped the hands of roselyne hamel, whose brother, rev. jacques hamel, 85, died when his throat was slit as he celebrated mass on july 26, 2016.he quietly spoke with her during the evening service in st. bartholomew basilica on tiberina island in rome. he had just heard her tell fellow faithful in the church that her brother was killed by “two youths radicalized by a discourse of hate.”francis said the legacy of modern-day martyrs “teaches us that with the strength of love, meekness, one can combat arrogance, violence, war