San Francisco 49ers Schedule & Ticket Info: Weekly Matchup Analysis
The NFL schedule has been released and with that, it means that fans can start buying tickets for the 2020 season. Over the course of the last few weeks, we here at uSports have been dissecting the regular season schedules of each NFL team, and telling you what games we think you are going to want to attend.GET SAN FRANCISCO 49ERS TICKETS HERE!The 49ers in 2019 had a dream season. The only thing that they were missing was a Super Bowl win. They went 13-3, tops in the NFC West, and the entire NFC for that matter, and made it all the way to the Super Bowl and had the lead, but could not simply h...
Jerusalem’s secret: Hidden gardens of the Old City
They are not the first thing that comes to mind when you think of the Old City of Jerusalem. And they feature on no tourist itinerary. But gardens, symbols of our shared love of beauty and quest for peace, abound in each of its four quarters. They, even more than the origins of the Holy Fire and the recipe for Abu Shukri’s famed hummus, are the Old City’s best-kept secret.The word “garden” conjures up various images. For the Persians, it was synonymous with Paradise; for the Moors an enclosed courtyard with plentiful water; and for the English square lawns framed by arched hedges. But whatever...
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'It's party time!' - Klinsmann reveals what it's like to win a World Cup
Germany legend Jurgen Klinsmann has revealed what it's like to win a World Cup, explaining that even playing in the tournament is the "biggest thing that can happen to you".The former Germany international - who was capped 108 times - competed in three World Cups for his nation, winning the 1990 edition in Italy.Klinsmann believes the feeling of participating in football's largest tournament cannot be surpassed and being lucky enough to win the event is an achievement that will always be remembered for the rest of your life."I think for every football player, playing in the World Cup is the bi...
Macron salutes school leavers in first TikTok video
Paris (France) (AFP) - French President Emmanuel Macron on Tuesday used the wildly popular but controversial social media app TikTok for the first time to congratulate French school leavers after their exam results."The first thing to say is bravo, congratulations, it is the fruit of your work," said Macron in a video filmed in the garden of the Elysee Palace.But he also told the teenage viewers they belonged to a "generation which we are calling sometimes the world after", referring to the COVID-19 pandemic.He said that the new generation must create a world that is "stronger, shows more soli...
Let’s start thinking beyond remote working
Those of you who follow my writing will know that the onset of COVID-19 left my family stranded in different countries... and delayed the start of a new life in a new home. We have managed to stay safe and healthy, which is of course the most important thing, but like many families, to say that lockdown has been an inconvenience is putting it lightly.So, you can imagine my delight when things gradually started to move, and we finally began unpacking boxes in the house we plan to make our home. Moving supposedly counts as one of the most stressful events in a person’s life, but after months of ...
Is the big, fat wedding a thing of the past?
Were you planning to get married this year? Or have you paid up for your son or daughter’s big fat destination wedding with all the bells and whistles?Chances are that the wedding has either been cancelled, rescheduled or downsized, with something big planned for ‘when this is all over.’All around the world, we hear the same story, of wedding vows postponed or extravagant weddings downsized. Simplicity is now the name of the game. Instead of an exuberant wedding, many cut to the chase and have a virtual wedding, with guests attending from round the world to shower their love and blessings, all...
The political impact of explosions in Iran - Analysis
A funny thing happened in the Iranian political, security and intelligence establishment after the Mossad whisked thousands of secret documents chronicling Iran’s nuclear program out of the country in 2018 and displayed it before the world.Nothing.One might have thought that an investigation would have been initiated and that heads would have rolled.This was a major embarrassment for the Islamic Republic. It's greatest enemy (or second greatest, after the US), penetrated Tehran and emptied out the archives. If the Zionist entity could do that – and in this case there was no ambiguity or hesita...
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Lewis Capaldi writing songs every day
Lewis Capaldi makes himself write songs every day. The 'Someone You Loved' hitmaker has been getting into a routine of writing new material every single day whilst staying at home during the coronavirus pandemic, because he wants to make sure he can "make money" once the world opens up again after the health crisis. When asked how often he's been writing songs, he said: "I try and do it every single day, just because I feel like once this is over, I'm going to need some money. And that's how I make money, from writing songs. I've been lucky to do that, to be able to pick up this every day, but...
Why Ogunde’s Film Village Went Into Extinction —Kola Oyewo
As an actor, a veteran at that, and a lecturer in the university, how has the Coronavirus pandemic affected you and how have you been coping?The pandemic has affected every phase of life, some two weeks to the lockdown, my university, where I lecture said we should be teaching online, which we have been doing. So, since 14th of April, we have been teaching online. Now we are preparing also for an online examination, but in terms of production, you know it is not a thing that can be done online, we have to come together. I have not been able to go to movie locations also, because before the loc...