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Monday August 11, 2014

19:00 The Immigrant at Monday, August 11, 2014 at 7:00 »Tonight at City Cinema
Only 6 days left to see this film.

Rated: 14 Accompaniment (Coarse Language, Violence, Nudity)
Runs: 120 minutes
Director: James Gray
Country: US
Released: 2014
Starring: Marion Cotillard, Joaquin Phoenix, Jeremy Renner
Language: In English and some Polish with English subtitles.

“Floating in past a misty Statue of Liberty, James Gray's The Immigrant somberly gathers its majesty as a metaphor-rich story of passage and survival. It's an old tale told with rare precision, channeling grand themes into an intimate melodrama. Ellis Island, a portal of hope and new beginning for films from Elia Kazan's America, America to Francis Ford Coppola's The Godfather, Part II, is here a more complicated rebirth. In 1921, Ewa (Marion Cotillard) arrives from Poland with her sister, Magda. A cough gets Magda quarantined and immigration officials are set to turn away Ewa. But there preying on such lost, pretty women is Bruno Weiss (Joaquin Phoenix), who, with a bribe and a handshake, pulls her out of the line and brings her to his Lower East Side apartment. He's overly courteous in a false, snake-oil salesman way. She's terrified and wary, and sleeps with an ice pick under her pillow. Bruno, a small-time impresario and pimp, welcomes her into his harem of women - many of them not long off the boat, themselves.... Cotillard's Ewa is horrified by the situation she finds herself trapped in, but she's also resolute to claw her way in New York and to raise money to get her sister out of the hospital.... As despicable as Bruno is, he develops a love for Ewa and a contradictory urge to protect her. He rages with jealousy when his cousin, Emil pursues her... For Phoenix, always unpredictable, volatile and raw, it's perhaps his finest performance - one of sweeping contradictions, roiling turmoil and, as if the cherry on top, a late touch of Brando... Gray has said he was inspired by Puccini, and with a staggering last shot, The Immigrant reaches a crescendo of operatic beauty.” - Jake Coyle, The San Diego Union-Tribune

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Monday August 4, 2014

19:00 Chef at Monday, August 4, 2014 at 7:00 »Tonight at City Cinema
Only 13 days left to see this film.

Rated: 14 Accompaniment (Coarse Language, Substance Abuse)
Runs: 114 minutes
Director: Jon Favreau
Country: US
Released: 2014
Starring: Jon Favreau, Robert Downey Jr., Sofia Vergara, John Leguizamo, Scarlett Johansson

“Chef marks Favreau's triumphant return to personal filmmaking. It's an artful surprise and an exuberant gift... Chef sits you down to the modest pleasures of a dish served with simplicity and loving finesse. It's one from the heart. Favreau stars as Carl Casper, the master chef at a chic L.A. restaurant. His workaholism has cost Carl his marriage and a fulfilling relationship with his 11-year-old son.... But, creatively, Carl is stuck in a successful rut... The catalyst for change comes in the person of Ramsey Michel, a much-feared food blogger who decides to review Carl for the first time in a decade. Foodies will salivate at the scenes in the kitchen, as Carl preps a new menu... It's the restaurant owner who interrupts Carl's orgasmic joy. Citing the expectations he'd have at a Stones concert, he insists Carl serve his greatest hits. Carl complies. The review is scalding... Having lost his job, Carl refurbishes an old food truck, and hits the road (Miami, Austin, New Orleans), making gourmet Cuban food with his friends and his son by his side... Chef is deliciously entertaining, comic, touching and often bitingly true.... All the actors are aces, with Vergara showing a subtlety and depth outside the range of her role on Modern Family. Buoyed by a Latin-flavored score and Favreau's knack for improv inspiration, Chef is the perfect antidote to Hollywood junk food. Like the best meals and movies, this irresistible concoction feels good for the soul.” - Peter Travers, Rolling Stone

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Friday August 1, 2014

10:00 Team Two wins battle of West Prince teams »Journal-Pioneer Sports
WOODSTOCK – Team Two defeated Team One by a 3-1 score in a battle of West Prince Storm teams in the Subway P.E.I. Under-12 Boys Soccer League (First Division) here at the Hernewood Intermediate School pitch on Thursday.
09:55 Strikers get by Ramblers 3-2 »Journal-Pioneer Sports
MORELL – The Morell Strikers edged the Eliot River Ramblers 3-2 in a Subway P.E.I. Under-12 Boys Soccer League (First Division) game here on Thursday.
09:50 Conohan, MacIntyre swing hot bats »Journal-Pioneer Sports
STRATFORD – Pierce Conohan and Colin MacIntyre swung hot bats for Cardigan in a P.E.I. Midget Baseball League game here on Thursday evening.
09:20 P.E.I. has "come a long way," on appealing to LGBTQ tourists »Journal-Pioneer Local
A Charlottetown bed and breakfast co-owner says the province is making progress in welcoming those in the lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender and queer (LGBTQ) communities.
09:14 Remembering dad »Journal-Pioneer Local
Young girl pays tribute with act of kindness
09:08 PNP Money Trail Drags Out Ghiz Team Hidden Facts and Millions »
Since the major corruption of the Provincial Nominee Program by Robert Ghiz in PEI there has been a distinct silence from all the Canadian Banks who all made fortunes in fees. The failed intermediary company sanctioned by Robert Ghiz, PEI … Continue reading
09:08 Daily Specials for Friday, August 1, 2014 »Casa Mia Daily Specials

The Daily Specials at Casa Mia Restaurant for Friday, August 1, 2014 are:

  • Butternut Squash and Almonds Soup $4.99
  • Roast beef melt on a bagutte with aged cheddar and herb aioli $10.99

Casa Mia Restaurant
131 Queen Street
Charlottetown, PE
Telephone: (902) 367-4440

08:32 Ferry crossings on reduced schedule today »The Guardian - Local News
Due to a mechanical problem, the Holiday Island car ferry that travels between Wood Islands, P.E.I. and Caribou, N.S. was taken out of service Thursday afternoon. The larger Confederation ferry is still making the trip back and forth, but Northumberland Ferries will offer fewer crossings ...
08:14 Pride P.E.I. - a From Away perspective »The Guardian - Opinion
By Vera C. Teschow Guest OpinionI’ll be honest, “Gay Pride” is not the first thing that comes to mind when I think of P.E.I. As an LGBTQ Ontarian who spends several weeks on the Island both alone and with my family each year, I relish the opportunity to escape the chaos of my tiny Toronto ...
07:30 'I think we’ve come a long way' »The Guardian - Local News
Charlottetown tourism operator says Island more welcoming to homosexual, bisexual and transgender community
07:30 'I think we’ve come a long way' »Journal-Pioneer Local
Charlottetown tourism operator says Island more welcoming to homosexual, bisexual and transgender community
07:02 Remembering dad »The Guardian - Local News
Young girl pays tribute with act of kindness
07:02 Remembering dad »Journal-Pioneer Local
Young girl pays tribute with act of kindness
06:10 World record set in Tyne Valley »The Guardian - Local News
Team Canada oyster shuckers open 8,840 oysters to beat record previously held by team in France
01:54 UPEI resumes search for women's basketball coach »The Guardian - Sports
University says Gould can re-apply for former position
00:25 Oyster Festival crowd witnesses world shucking record being set »Journal-Pioneer Local
TYNE VALLEY -- The French just got shucked. A 10-member Team Canada just set a new Guinness Book of World Records standard for the most oysters opened in one hour. They successfully opened 8,800 oysters in an hour during the Tyne Valley Oyster Festival at the Tyne Valley Sports Centre Thursday ...
00:22 Stevenson dominates Brewers »The Guardian - Sports
Charlottetown Islanders righty gives up three singles in shutout
00:05 The Moral Failure Of The West (699 Words) » | New Topics
The fact that the massacre of the blockaded Palestinians in Gaza is still ongoing is a massive moral failure of Western governments, including our own.


[i]Paul Craig Roberts is a former Assistant Secretary of the US Treasury and former associate editor of the Wall Street Journal. A new edition of his book, The Tyranny of Good Intentions, co-authored with Lawrence Stratton, has been released by Random House.[/i]

'The Moral Failure Of The West
By Paul Craig Roberts
July 31, 2014

Readers are asking for my take on the Israel-Gaza situation, and, believe it or not, Oxford University’s famous debating society, the Oxford Union, invited me to debate the issue.

I replied to the Oxford Union that I was unprepared to take responsibility for the Palestinians without undergoing the extensive preparation that an Oxford Union debate deserves and requires. Unless things have changed since my time at Oxford, one prevails in a Union debate by anticipating every argument of one’s opponent and smashing the arguments with humor and wit. Facts seldom, if ever, carry the day, and sometimes not even wit and humor if the audience is already committed to the outcome by the prevailing propaganda. There is no time or energy in my overfull schedule for such preparation plus time away and jet lag.

Moreover, I am not an expert on Israel’s conquest and occupation of Palestine. I know more than most people. I was rescued from Zionist propaganda by Israeli historians, such as Ilan Pappe, by Jewish intellectuals, such as Noam Chomsky and Norman Finkelstein, by documentary film makers, such as John Pilger, by Israeli journalists such as Uri Avnery and the Israeli newspaper Haaretz, and by an Israeli houseguest who is an Israeli member of an Israeli peace group that opposes Israeli destruction of Palestinian homes, villages, and orchards in order to build apartment blocks for settlers.

There is only one take on the current Israeli slaughter of Palestinians, which Netanyahu, the demonic Israeli leader, declares will be a “protracted campaign” this time. We are witnessing yet again Israeli war crimes that are supported by the Great Moral West that is so concerned about the deaths of 290 passengers on MH-17 that they are about to drive the world to a major war, while Palestinian casualties pile up so fast that they are out of date by the time you put the numbers in a column. So far more than 1,200 deaths, with injuries to 2,000 children, 1,170 women, and 257 elderly.

Reading the Western Media, watching Western TV, and listening to Western radio, one is left with the propaganda that the Palestinians are to blame for the Israeli attack on Gaza, just as one is left with the propaganda that the Malaysian airliner deaths are Russia’s fault. There is no evidence, but propaganda does not require evidence. Just repetition.

The Gaza strip, a ghetto full of Palestinians evicted from their homes and villages in the West Bank, is one of the most densely populated areas on earth where life with scant resources is difficult. Israel is currently in the process of shrinking Gaza by 44 percent, and Senate Majority Leader Harry Reid, a Democrat, is preparing another “emergency” aid package consisting of US tax dollars to finance Israel’s slaughter and compression of Palestinian lives. - ... war/print/

One would think that the Great Moral West would be discussing sanctions on Israel and on Washington’s stooge government in Kiev, which is bombing civilian homes, apartment complexes, and infrastructure in provinces where the people object to the Russophobic government installed by Washington in place of the one that they elected. But the Great Moral West only aids the perpetrators of death and destruction, not the victims.

Palestinians are being dispossessed and exterminated exactly as were the native American Indians. On occasion Israeli officials have said that they are only following America’s lead in clearing the land of undesirables.

This is my take on what is one of the West’s great moral failings:- 'Israel Is Stealing and Murdering Its Way Through Palestine
00:00 Petroleum Pricing »Government of Prince Edward top news stories
The Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission approved the following petroleum pricing decisions, effective 12:01 a.m., Friday, August 1, 2014: There will be no change in the price of gasoline, furnace oil or diesel; Propane prices will decrease by 2.5 cpl for Superior Propane, by 0.5 cpl for Irving Energy Distribution and Marketing and by 1.5 cpl for Kenmac Energy Inc. Pump prices for regular unleaded gasoline at self-serve outlets will continue...

Thursday July 31, 2014

23:49 Leading Camdidate draws in to take feature »The Guardian - Sports
Leading Camdidate and driver Marc Campbell drew into the feature event after the late scratch of I D K to win Thursday at Red Shores at the Charlottetown Driving Park. Fresh off a going-away victory in his last start, Leading Camdidate made a bold first-over move approaching the half and held ...
23:42 P.E.I courts hearing legal fight involving Colombian police »The Guardian - Local News
National Police of Colombia win payment for possible legal fees involving aircraft engines now in storage on P.E.I.
23:39 Adult shop in Charlottetown expanding to Summerside »The Guardian - Local News
Location of Taboo Company in Summerside not secured and opening date to be determined
23:28 P.E.I. shows growth in some tourism sectors »The Guardian - Local News
Figures released Thursday show growth in several key areas of the tourism sector this season, including a whopping 347 per cent increase in the number of visitors from Japan. Tourism and Culture Minister Robert Henderson says the latest numbers show continued strength in key areas like ...
23:28 Obama says Special Olympics represent values all can embrace »The Guardian - Sports
WASHINGTON – President Barack Obama says the Special Olympics and its athletes represent values like pride, dignity and teamwork that offer lessons for all people. Obama is marking the 46th anniversary of the Special Olympics with a dinner and celebration at the White House. He's praising ...
22:45 Aces wild: Pitchers traded to contenders in deadline day flurry »The Guardian - Sports
Baseball fans were still trying to sort out the dizzying deals for post-season aces Jon Lester and John Lackey, Home Run Derby champ Yoenis Cespedes and All-Star shortstop Asdrubal Cabrera when they were treated to a most curious sight Thursday. In the seventh inning of a tight game at Comerica ...
22:41 Athletic director leaving UPEI »The Guardian - Sports
Big changes are coming in UPEI’s athletic department and it goes right to the top.UPEI athletics director Bill Schurman, who has held the position since Feb. 4, 2013 on a term-contract basis, told the university during the past week he would not be continuing in the position, the university ...
21:06 [PHOTO] Five shots from Province House, Prince Edward Island »A bit more detail (Randy MacDonald)
Charlottetown's Province House, a National Historic Site for its role in hosting the 1864 Charlottetown Conference and also the working home from Prince Edward Island's Legislative Assembly. Now, in the 150th year since the Charlottetown Conference, said conference is certainly being hyped.

Where the Fathers of Confederation met in 1864 #pei #pei150 #princeedwardisland #charlottetown #provincehouse #fathersofconfederation

The Fathers of Confederation dance in Charlottetown #pei150 #pei #charlottetown #provincehouse #fathersofconfederation #painting

The Legislative Assembly chamber itself was also open to tourists, or at least to their gaze.

The Speaker's chair, Legislative Assembly #princeedwardisland #pei #charlottetown #provincehouse

The provincial mace #pei #princeedwardisland #charlottetown #provincehouse #mace

I quite liked the view I had peering out one of the windows on the north face of the building, looking up over the cenotaph up University Avenue.

Looking north up University Avenue from inside Province House  #pei #princeedwardisland #provincehouse #charlottetown #universityavenue #windows
18:49 College of Piping bands ready to compete at worlds in Glasgow, Scotland »Journal-Pioneer Local
SUMMERSIDE — Marches are perfected, drums and pipes are ready.
18:26 No change in gas prices for Aug. 1 in P.E.I. »The Guardian - Local News
There will be no change in gas prices as the Island Regulatory and Appeals Commission reviews prices for August.That means, including adjustments for taxes, pump prices for regular unleaded gasoline at self-serve outlets will continue to range from 134.9 to 136.0 cents per litre. The maximum ...
18:14 Harbour Authority parting with bait sheds »Journal-Pioneer Local
NORTHPORT --The bait sheds are disappearing from the wharf in Northport.
17:50 More sunshine expected tomorrow across PEI.. »peistormchaser
Thursday July 31st 5:45pm.. A N-S oriented trough of low pressure that crossed the region last night gave aprx 5-7 mms rain to PEI. This trough was slow to exit the Maritimes hence the slow clearing today. Clouds and showers … Continue reading
17:46 Former boy scout camp re-opened, available for group bookings »Journal-Pioneer Local
KILDARE -- As Sharon Gallant, the president of the Alberton Community Development Corporation, was concluding the official portion of the grand re-opening celebration for Camp Kildare on Thursday, board member Paula Foley interrupted.
17:21 Weight loss doesn’t hamper strongman champ »Journal-Pioneer Sports
ALBERTON – Alex Wallace admits being big and strong often serves competitors well in strongman competitions, but he believes strong and fit are even more important.
17:10 Schurman to lead Xtreme midget, junior camp »Journal-Pioneer Sports
SLEMON PARK – Summerside Western Capitals head coach Tim Schurman will lead a popular hockey camp here at The Plex.
17:06 Preview – Man on the Run Paul McCartney in the 1970s »NJN Network
Tom Doyle explores the world of Paul McCartney as The Beatles breakup and Wings take flight
17:03 Controversial adult store coming to Summerside »Journal-Pioneer Local
Location of Taboo Company not secured and opening date to be determined
16:48 Community Notices »Women's Equality PEI
Welcome to our Community Events and Notices E-News for Thursday, July 31, 2014 New listings this week: 1) Begins Today! Tyne Valley Oyster Festival 2) Tomorrow! Funding Announcement – You are invited to attend 3) Salsa on the Beach This Saturday 4) Hiroshima Day Commemoration 5) BUSTED 6) Canada Without Poverty/Canada Sans Pauvreté 7) The […]
16:43 Looking ahead »Journal-Pioneer Opinion
It’s hard to reach a goal if there’s no plan so Summerside city council is is coming up with one.
16:41 Mobile sales licence granted for fish and chips operation »Journal-Pioneer Local
SUMMERSIDE – An application for a mobile sales establishment licence has been issued by Summerside city council.
16:34 Two vehicles collide on Water Street »Journal-Pioneer Local
SUMMERSIDE - One person was taken to hospital for observation following a rear end collision on Water Street in Summerside, Thursday afternoon.
16:09 Suspect in deadly Moncton RCMP shootings found fit to stand trial »The Guardian - Local News
MONCTON, N.B. — A New Brunswick man charged with fatally shooting three RCMP officers and wounding two others last month in Moncton has been found fit to stand trial.Justin Bourque, who faces three charges of first-degree murder and two counts of attempted murder, underwent a psychiatric ...
16:04 Scotiabank PEI Supreme Court Request Tramples Canadian Constitution »
The request for an immediate and extraordinarily overreaching Injunction by Scotiabank lawyer, David DiPaolo seems to disregard entirely the Canadian Constitution. Is this the kind of “practicing of law” that they do in Toronto “Big” Firms? How gauche. The alarming … Continue reading
15:54 P.E.I. deserves every Senate seat to be filled »The Guardian - Opinion
Premier Robert Ghiz seems to have given up on calling for fair representation for the province
15:50 No way to treat an icon »The Guardian - Opinion
Disappearance of Therese Casgrain Award disappointing
15:42 Summerside looking to outline 10-year capital improvement plan »Journal-Pioneer Local
SUMMERSIDE – City council is looking to develop a 10-year capital improvement plan that will set the course for Summerside over the next decade and outline to the public council’s priorities.
15:40 Pro Stock Tour makes only visit to P.E.I. »Journal-Pioneer Sports
Parts for Trucks 100 scheduled for Saturday night
14:23 Public Invited to Attend Annual Mayor’s BBQ »City of Charlottetown
2014-07-31 The City of Charlottetown Mayor and Councillors invite residents and visitors to the
14:19 Stanley Bridge goes to market »Journal-Pioneer Local
Stanley Bridge Centre opens new farmers market
13:29 Moncton's loss could be Cavendish's gain; Crystal Palace closing »The Guardian - Local News
Cavendish could be getting some new midway rides. Cadillac Fairview announced this morning that a portion of Crystal Palace in Moncton is closing Sept. 1. The closure involves the amusement park, the Ramada hotel and convention centre and McGinnis Landing Restaurant. The midway rides inside ...
13:26 Charlottetown man appealing sentence in Operation Clean Sweep drug case »The Guardian - Local News
A Charlottetown man who was arrested as part of the Operation Clean Sweep drug investigation is appealing his seven-year sentence. Joseph Laurie Doucette, 59, filed the appeal July 11 after provincial court Judge Nancy Orr sentenced him in May for trafficking cocaine and possession of cocaine ...
13:16 UPEI acting on athletics review »The Guardian - Sports
UPEI has developed a timeline to address recommendations from an independent review of its athletics and recreation department. “I have always said my priority would be to spend time with faculty, staff, students, and members of the P.E.I. community to realize key issues of importance from ...
12:23 MacCallum’s bat key factor for Knights »Journal-Pioneer Sports
SUMMERSIDE – Landon MacCallum’s hot bat proved to be a key factor for the Sherwood Knights on Wednesday.
12:05 East Prince Chapter of MADD promoting boat safety »Journal-Pioneer Local
SUMMERSIDE —The East Prince Chapter of MADD and the Canadian Safe Boating Council are teaming up to promote boat safety.
12:04 Balmas among under-17 prospects learning what it takes to play for Canada »The Guardian - Sports
CALGARY – It didn't take long for "the Canadian way'' to become a mantra at Hockey Canada's massive under-17 men's hockey camp. The slogan is on the back of every red T-shirt worn by the 108 players circulating through the Markin MacPhail Centre on Calgary's west side. The phrase is drilled ...
11:58 P.E.I. Youth Selects top New Brunswick counterparts »Journal-Pioneer Sports
DIEPPE, N.B. – The P.E.I. Youth Selects are looking to keep building momentum going into next week’s Canada Cup 18-under baseball championship.
11:17 Today is The Day To Become the Person you Dreamed You Would Be »Doug Hall's Innovation Engineering Leadership blog
Yesterday on the banks of the Saint John River, my Cousin Deb inspired the following blog post.  Enjoy… Inside everyone is a little voice.  A voice that speaks solutions to the problems of life.  As youth we embrace the voice.  As new employees we listen to the voice.  However – we soon learn the cultural [Read the full post...]


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