Leno – What Musti told me about Arsenal
Bernd opens up about his friendship with Shkodran – and how our centre back described life in north London
🇨🇭 Granit Xhaka and Stephan Lichtsteiner
🇩🇪 Mesut Özil
🇨🇷 Joel Campbell
World Cup: Xhaka, Lichtsteiner, Ozil, Campbell
It’s a mixed day of emotions for our stars as two reach the last 16 and two are eliminated
Starting a butchery may seem like quite a task but with the right tools you will have minimal set up woes. There are certain tools that are essential to running a butchery. You could say that without these items it would be impossible to build a successful butchery.
Let’s take a look at which tools are required for running a butchery.
There are seven essential tools that every butcher needs to start his business. With these tools, any butcher will be sure to have returning customers who value his business as much he does.
🗣 “I want ambition from this team, I want them to be ambitious in every match.”
👏🏼 Head Coach Unai Emery meeting staff and fans at a Supporters’ Q+A event at Emirates Stadium last night
Media and journalism cannot be torn apart because they appear hand in hand in the same industry. They both are responsible in disseminating valuable information though they have different ways of execution. Journalism alone, for example, has various forms or types and each focuses on a particular area of writing. Below are some of the most common journalism types one can choose from when taking up journalism training courses:
1. Print Journalism – Print is one of the most used media to date, making it a usual form offered in media and journalism courses. It focuses on the facts or news that are published in magazines and newspapers.
2. TV Journalism – Although it is still considered traditional media, TV journalism has evolved over the years, making it a part of more modern online channels. A media training course that concentrates on TV journalism teaches students to generate information specifically for broadcasting on television.
3. Radio Journalism – Having almost the same format as television, radio journalism is designed to produce reports that are meant to be spread to the public, but should be more descriptive as there are no visuals to support them.
Journalism is an important field, providing everyone the information they need to be updated about current events. The world could always use another journalist, which is why learning it is highly encouraged. Aside from enrolling in the appropriate journalism courses, here are some tips on becoming a more efficient journalist that one can consider, not only to learn the subject faster but also to master it.
1. In order to produce better news, one must always be on the lookout for what will happen next in politics, trade, and the whole society in general. To update other people, one must first be informed himself or herself.
2. Read sample articles and books of different genres to improve understanding of the language. There is no better way to learn syntax and broaden one’s arsenal of terminologies than through reading.
3. Practice writing to increase vocabulary and strengthen proper sentence construction.
4. Maintain good relationships with people as they can be tapped as sources of news. Enlarging your network of acquaintances translates to more people you can interview and ask favors from in case you need to obtain a certain piece of information.
Journalism contributes greatly to the development of society, keeping everyone aware of what is happening in their surroundings. Building a career in this field requires getting the right education from the industry experts and developing the relevant habits and skills.
Bill Howey’s new book, “The Actor’s Menu”, gives the
aspiring actor the one thing most acting class books are
devoid of: that is the opportunity to use a comprehensive
blueprint to get a usable system for executing the craft of
acting on a repeatable basis. Howey’s book, presented much
like a restaurant menu, (presumably so actor/waiters could
understand it) is an enlightening journey into all the
ingredients that make up the portrayal of complex
characters. The Actor’s Menu forces you to think, asking a
myriad of questions aimed at discovering just what your
particular human incarnation has to bring to the table, and
how it can be applied repeatedly as the basis of your acting
As acting class books go, “The Actor’s Menu” is a corker.
Revealing without being preachy; informative yet not
dogmatic, Howey’s book forces you to think and come up with
your own personal menu that brings the best you have to
offer to the role. My favorite section was without a doubt
the Essential Ingredients chapter, where emotions, feelings
and conflict are explored for what they are and are not, and
how to meld them into an actable tool. One of the nice yet
less obvious jewels in the The Actor’s Menu is the constant
weaving and equipping of the actor’s arsenal. You may be
eating a meal here but my view is that it’s an MRE, as you
are fully equipped for battle after reading and implementing
Bill Howey is no Johnny-come-lately to this endeavor, having
been an actor. teacher, writer and producer for more than 25
years. Howey’s client list is as eclectic as it is talented.
Some of the people he’s worked with over the years include
George Clooney, Robert Mitchum, Sam Kinison, and even his
own son Steve Howey, who stars as Van on the hit WB show
If you’ve determined that you really can’t do anything else
with your life other than act, then The Actor’s Menu will
whet your appetite even further!