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Tuesday, February 16, 2016

Top 10 Best & Worst 2016 Grammy Performances

Top 10 Best & Worst Grammy Performance
Ranking the Top 10 Best & Worst Grammy Performance Grammys performances. The worst performance even called . If you missed the Grammy performances, Kendrick Lamar's 2016 Grammys performance is the only one worth watching. Here is the top 10 from best to worst.

1. Kendrick Lamar, the winner of five awards stated off with a prison scene, with Lamar at the front of the chain gang as he sang “The Blacker the Berry,” before gliding seamlessly into the #BlackLivesMatter anthem “Alright” with a fiery bonfire as the backdrop. Black lights, quick-cut editing, the words “Compton” lighted up over a map of Africa — this performance had it all.
2. Lady Gaga’s tribute to David Bowie, who died last month of cancer, wasn’t a tribute. It wasn’t a series of cover songs. Lady Gaga donned an orange wig and raced through a series of tunes to be the embodiment of Bowie. The opening moments of her performance teased out this idea, as the images projected onto her face melted and transformed, and transformed Gaga in the process.

3. Alexander Hamilton performing the hugely successful musical“Hamilton”

4. Lady Gaga’s tribute

5. Sam Hunt “Take Your Time”

6. Stevie Wonder jokes had the audience grooving

7. Taylor Swift kicked things off in a sparkly black jumpsuit for “Out of the Woods,” her latest single from “1989.”

8. Justin Bieber “Love Yourself”

9. John Legend “Easy,”

10. Adele ''Hello"

Wednesday, February 10, 2016

Happy Lent from Pope Francis

Happy Lent from Pope Francis

Today is Ash Wednesday for the Catholic Church. It begins Lent and Pope Francis send his message using WhatsApp. He said:

"Dear young people - the Pope said in his voice message - Jesus told his disciples, 'Be careful not to practice your righteousness before men to be seen by them' ... 'When you give alms do not sound a trumpet before to you '...' your Father who sees in secret will reward you '. the word of God gives us the proper orientation for living Lent well. "

"When we do something good, we are sometimes tempted to be appreciated and to have a reward: the human glory. But this is a false reward because it projected towards what others think of us. Jesus  asks us to do good because it is good. He asks us to feel always under the gaze of our heavenly Father and to live in union with him, not in relation to the judgment of others, to live in the presence of the Father is a much deeper joy of glory worldly. Our attitude in this Lent is thus to live in secret where the Father sees us, he loves us, waiting for us. of course, external things are important, but we must always choose and live in the presence of God. "

"Let us in prayer, mortification, and in fraternal charity, we can humbly before God. So we will be worthy of the reward of God the Father. Happy Lent, Our Lady of Pompeii and accompany you, please pray for me" the Pope concluded.

Saturday, February 6, 2016

Kenyans, Ethiopians win Lagos Marathon

Kenyans, Ethiopians win Lagos Marathon
Kenyans and Ethiopians prevailed in the Lagos marathon. Kenya’s Abraham Kiptom, emerged winner completing the 42.1 km marathon in 2hrs 21 mins, 20 secs ahead of his fellow countryman, Hosea Kipkembe. Abraham was short of the current world record of 2 hours, 3 minutes.

Also, Debebe Toise of Ethiopia came third behind the Kenyans.

The Lagos marathon began at the National Stadium Surulere Lagos on Saturday at 7.10 a. m., with no fewer than 20,000 marathoners from African and international countries.

The race started at National Stadium in Surulele, went through the Ikorodu road to link Oworonsoki and pass through third mainland bridge linking the Victoria Island and ended at the Eko Atlantic City Island.

Emmanuel Gyan, was the first Nigerian to arrive the finish line, he came in 7th place. Halima Hussein of Ethiopia was the first female to cross the finish line, while Chineme Okpeta emerged the first Nigerian female to cross the finish line.