Fightful Select has released a new report revealing the producers for this past week’s episodes of WWE Monday Night Raw and Friday Night SmackDown, the first two programs that occurred following Vince McMahon’s shocking retirement announcement. Check it out below.
-Michael Hayes produced the fight between Logan Paul and The Miz, Theory’s promo, and Bloodline vs. Riddle & Street Profits.
-Chris Park produced the match between Drew McIntyre and Theory.
-Petey Williams produced Rey Mysterio’s celebration, along with Mysterios vs. Judgment Day.
-Jason Jordan produce the promo by Raw women’s champion Bianca Belair.
-Molly Holly produced the Doudrop vs. Alexa Bliss match.
-Shane Helms produced the Impaulsive TV segment.
-Adam Pearce produced the tag team match between Alpha Academy and AJ Styles/Dolph Ziggler.
-Chris Park produced the Sheamus vs. Drew McIntyre Donkeybrook match.
-Adam Pearce produced the confrontation between Happy Corbin and Pat McAfee.
-Shawn Daivari produced the match between Aliyah and Lacey Evans.
-TJ Wilson produced the Ronda Rousey/Liv Morgan vs. Natalya/Sonya tag team match.
-Jamie Noble produced the Viking Raiders vs. the New Day tag team match.
-Michael Hayes produced the Usos & Jeff Jarrett segment, as well as the Brock Lesnar & Drew McIntyre special counsel segment.
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“They should put a fence around the park and give *us* the keys,” said one fourth grader.
Each day this summer, the park and library at McPherson Square in Kensington transforms into a safe space for kids, complete with cooking classes hosted by the North Kensington Community Development Corporation and a new outpost of the city’s Playsteets program.
Though the public park has always had some level of summer youth programming, this is the first year it has been transformed with new signage and play equipment, designed by local nonprofit TinyWPA.
Neighborhood parents seem to like the program, which sections off the playground to create a space for children to play freely and safely — something often lacking in the area around McPherson Square.
“Many of these blocks have drug problems, so it’s not safe for Playstreets to be held on those blocks,” said neighborhood parent Theresa Malone.
Malone’s daughter Anastasia, a rising fourth grader, said she feels safer because of the new programming.
“Especially now that the fence is around the playground,” Anastasia said. “It keeps people out — they should put one around the whole park and give us the keys!”
The neighborhood is considered a gun violence “hotspot,” which means it consistently contributes disproportionately to Philadelphia’s shooting statistics. Twenty-five of the blocks that saw 10 or more shootings during 2021 are in Kensington, and the area has some of the lowest median household incomes in the city. The summer programming for kids is a bright spot.
Philadelphia Parks & Recreation is operating its pop up PlayPark program in three Kensington locations this year, said department spokesperson Maita Soukup: McPherson Square, Hissey Playground, and Harrowgate Park. They’re possible because of a partnership with the Free Library, the PPD, the Managing Director’s Office, and the city’s Community Life Improvement Program (CLIP), she said.
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In addition to the snacks offered by the Playstreets initiative, McPherson Square Library also offers daily free lunches for kids.
It’s run by a woman the kids affectionately call “Miss Maria the Lunch Lady.” She hands out food and even sends home extra meals for hungry siblings. Over 16% of School District of Philadelphia households experienced food insecurity during the 2020 to 2021 school year.
“I’m just trying to do my part,” said Bryan Belknap, the after-school program coordinator at McPherson Library. He’s worked there since 2015 and has a hand in creating its annual summer programming. Belknap says the Playstreets program averages around 40 youth a day, and that participation in the after-school program ebbs and flows with the academic year on top of library closures.
“If the library was ever to shut down, a lot of our young men would die or get wrapped up in something bad,” said Malone.
Scroll for a look at kids and adults enjoying McPherson’s summer offerings.
Bringing your own laptop, tablet or phone along while traveling internationally makes everything a lot easier.
You can serve as your own travel agent; scoping out activities, curating restaurants, making bookings and reservations and navigating unfamiliar areas. Plus, with some companies maintaining remote-work flexibility into 2022, you can work a bit while traveling so you don’t have to use up all your allotted time off for one trip.
But packing your tech isn’t as simple as stuffing it into your suitcase. You also need to find a way to keep it charged, connected to the internet, safe and easily accessible. On top of that, different regions use different types of electrical plugs and voltages; if you haven’t brought along the right adapter or converter, your tech is rendered useless.
I encountered these challenges in early May when I traveled from the US to the UK, tagging along with my partner on a business trip. We incorporated both work and leisure into our travels — a practice becoming increasing common in the form of the digital nomad lifestyle. To keep our devices functional and secure, we relied on a number of tech accessories.
Here are the gadgets that enabled us to stay online during our international trip. For even more tips,from CNET contributor Geoffrey Morrison, a seasoned traveler.
Before I purchased this handy little case, I would store my small electronics and wires by simply cramming them into my backpack. I’d have to dig around and pray I’d pluck the one I needed from the heaps of tangled chargers without having to dump everything out.
No more of that. Outfitted with pockets and zip-up compartments, the Thule Subterra PowerShuttle is perfectly suited for organizing small tech-adjacent doodads: AirPods, adapters, a webcam, small charging cables, spare earbuds and dongles.
One particularly helpful feature is a hidden cutout in the exterior pocket that allows a cord to pass through: You can stick a phone in that pocket for easy access while you charge it up using a powerbank you’ve placed inside the case.
If you have a larger assortment of chargers and long cables, upsize to the Subterra PowerShutte Plus or this double-layer option from Amazon.
This portable charger saved my iPhone’s arse on numerous occasions, adding hours and hours to its battery life. Though the chunky 5.9-inch unit (which weighs just under a pound) bogged down my backpack a bit, it certainly pulled its weight, refueling my phone’s weary battery while eliminating the need to duck into a cafe in search of an outlet.
While traveling, I needed to recharge my phone much more often than I’d expected to. I put a real strain on my iPhone’s battery, mapping out public transit routes, cueing up boarding passes, snapping photos, researching nearby attractions and food, scanning QR codes and religiously refreshing the West End’s virtual ticket booth for dirt-cheap last-minute seats . I’d gulp each time the battery icon turned
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For the third 12 months in a row, the National Assessment and Examinations Center has been aiding the SEC to develop Georgian language and literature examination supplies for faculties in the Republic of Azerbaijan for the 9th and 11th grade college students. For its half, the State Examinations Center of the Republic of Azerbaijan along with the NAEC’s experts has developed an merchandise financial institution for Teachers’ Professional Examination in Azerbaijani language and literature. The following examination will be carried out by the NAEC for the primary time this 12 months. A complete of ninety,000 examinees have been registered for the 2022 exams. More than forty one,000 entrants, 2,500 college students, 9,500 graduate students, 34,500 teachers and aspiring teachers might be testing out their skills and information inside two hottest months of summer season.
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