We’re not sure where this crowd of nuns has been hiding, but we’d imagine church would be much more fun with them around.In a viral video that’s made its way around the world and back over the last week, a field packed with nuns in full regalia can be seen jumping up and down and playing patty-cake in what looks to be the yard of a convent. Without the sound on, it’s pretty innocuous. But then you turn up the sound……And it turns out this is an EDM show, and these nuns just raging it. Like, getting after it. A+ partying. Especially for a large group of the Lord’s servants. Like, the vows they made were “chastity,” “poverty,” “obedience,” and “turning the f*ck up.”This video is [very] likely fake, a well-done but textbook Internet overdub job. We’re not gonna think about it too hard. There’s a lot of shit on social media. These days, most of the news we hear is bad. Most of the things we see are disturbing—or, at the very least, off-putting. That’s why there are so many videos of people’s pets and stuff on socials, too: People inherently want to balance out the bad with something happy and innocent. To remember there’s still joy and fun to be had in the world. For sanity’s sake.So even if it’s just for the purpose of seeing something surprising on social media that isn’t also a bummer, take a second and watch these super-heady nuns enjoying the…um…Heaven…out of an EDM show.Nuns Raging An EDM Show[Video: Isaac Vissers; Music: Fisherman – “The Mission”][H/T Educate Inspire Change]
The sprawling complex of HS Media Group in Oregun, Ikeja, Lagos has been a beehive of activities in recent weeks.Pre-production has commenced for MTN YelloStar, a musical talent nurturing concept produced by Afrinolly Creative Hub, which comes on stream soon. The studios are also currently hosting the production of Season 2 of popular TV reality programme, Justice Court, produced by Avonix Nigeria Limited.Season 1 of the TV series, which is aimed at amicable dispute resolution, was also recorded and produced at the premises of HS Media Group.According to the President/CEO of HS Media Group, Taye Ige, there are many more exciting productions lined up by the group and partner companies.The complex, which boosts of five en-suite studios, hosted the live production and broadcast of the 2019 Africa Cup of Nations, delivering 52 matches on the network of the Nigerian Television Authority.This process included terminal of signals at the HS Media studios, transmission to NTA stations, studio analyses and other brand activations for each match. Before then, HS Media studios provided a similar service to StarTimes during the transmission of Euro 2016 matches.Six matches were transmitted every weekend on StarTimes.HS Media Group’s flagship studio (Studio 1) is a 900 square metre space that can be converted into various sections to suit the purposes of each project.Studios 2 and 3 each cover 165 square metres, while Studios 4 and 5 each has 55 square metres.Ige said Nigerian and international producers no longer have to search too far for bespoke facilities for their production. “We don’t just have the space but the best-of-the-range equipment to deliver world-class production,” he said. “What we have here will save the country so much in foreign exchange and boost the local economy.”HS Media Group has several subsidiaries, including HotSports Nigeria Limited, which was founded in 1996.The Group runs the longest running independent sports programme on Nigerian television, HotSports, every Saturday and has provided activations for leading brands around major continental and global sports events. RelatedPosts HotSports cautions FG on sports broadcast rights, urges backing for NTA HS Media can host big reality shows like Coke Studio, The Voice Nigeria – Taye Ige Tags: Afrinolly Creative HubAvonix Nigeria LimitedHS Media GroupMTN Yellostar
February 21, 2020 Associated Press ___For more AP college basketball coverage: https://apnews.com/Collegebasketball and http://twitter.com/AP_Top25___This was generated by Automated Insights, http://www.automatedinsights.com/ap, using data from STATS LLC, https://www.stats.com Share This StoryFacebookTwitteremailPrintLinkedinRedditCollege of Charleston (15-12, 9-6) vs. UNC Wilmington (8-20, 3-12)Raiford G. Trask Coliseum, Wilmington, North Carolina; Saturday, 7 p.m. ESTBOTTOM LINE: College of Charleston looks for its third straight win over UNC Wilmington at Raiford G. Trask Coliseum. UNC Wilmington’s last win at home against the Cougars came on Jan. 30, 2016. Charleston looks for road win vs UNCW SUPER SENIORS: College of Charleston’s Grant Riller, Sam Miller and Jaylen McManus have combined to score 54 percent of the team’s points this season and have accounted for 75 percent of all Cougars scoring over the last five games.FUELING THE OFFENSE: Riller has made or assisted on 46 percent of all College of Charleston field goals over the last three games. The senior guard has accounted for 22 field goals and eight assists in those games.SCORING THRESHOLDS: UNC Wilmington is 0-15 when its offense scores 64 points or fewer. College of Charleston is a perfect 6-0 when it holds opponents to 63 or fewer points.ACCOUNTING FOR ASSISTS: The Seahawks have recently converted baskets via assists more often than the Cougars. UNC Wilmington has an assist on 36 of 67 field goals (53.7 percent) over its previous three outings while College of Charleston has assists on 32 of 65 field goals (49.2 percent) during its past three games.DID YOU KNOW: UNC Wilmington is ranked second in the CAA with an average of 69.6 possessions per game.
NORA SPRINGS — Nora Springs is among six communities across the state that have been awarded funds to improve water and wastewater treatment infrastructure. The funding is being made through the Wastewater and Drinking Water Assistance Program, which was signed into law by Governor Reynolds in January 2018. The city of Nora Springs has been given a $150,000 grant that will be used toward an $8.4 million project for a new wastewater treatment facility that will employ ultraviolet disinfection. Other communities awarded grants include Davenport, DeSoto, Osceola, Schleswig and West Union.