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In what marks three presidents of marketing in one year, Open Road has moved Loren Schwartz into the lead role replacing Jonathan Helfgot who replaced Jason Cassidy just a year ago . Helfgot is leaving the company to head to 20th Century Fox as Exec VP of theatrical marketing, reporting to marketing head Pam Levine. He starts at his new post on May 8. It marks Helfgot's second stint at the studio where he worked from 2004 to 2011. Schwartz who comes to Open Road from...
Collective Evolution
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By the entourage effect, he is referring to the synergy between the various compounds in the plant, so that, as Aristole put it, the whole is greater than the sum of its parts. 8. Pharmaceutical Companies Arent Interested in Developing Cannabis-Based Drugs That Include Terpenes It’s common practice for pharmaceutical companies to develop drugs containing one or two molecules. They’re easier to study, to patent, and consequently to turn in a tidy profit. Sadly, the cannabis plant doesnt fit within that model. It’s a sprawling labyrinth of cannabinoids, terpenes, flavonoids, and who knows what else. So far, any cannabis based medication that has made it to market has either been single molecule or synthetic versions, apart from Sativex (Nabiximols), which combines CBD and THC. However, studies show that medical cannabis containing the full spectrum of active components is more effective than isolated or synthetic versions, and terpenes almost certainly perform an important role in that therapeutic plant synergy.
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NPR 's Robert Siegel is turning in his mic. The longtime host of All Things Considered is stepping down from that role in January 2018, NPR said today. This is a decision long in the making and not an easy one. I've had the greatest job I can think of, working with the finest colleagues anyone could ask for, for as long a stretch as I could imagine, said Siegel in an NPR statement. But, looking ahead to my seventies (which start all too soon) I feel that it is time for...
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First Daughter Ivanka Trump was booed during a "high-brow" international summit for women's entrepreneurship in Berlin, Germany on Tuesday. In her first international trip as assistant to the president, Trump traveled to Berlin to sit on a panel at an international summit with guests including WirtschaftsWoche editor-in-chief Miriam Meckel, managing director of the International Monetary Fund Christine Lagarde, and German Chancellor Angela Merkel. The first daughter was booed by the audience and asked tougher questions by Meckel, the moderator, about her role in the Trump administration, Politico reported . "The German audience is not that familiar with the concept of a first daughter," Meckel said, before asking her first question. "I'd like to ask you, what is your role, and who are you representing, your father as president of the United States, the American people, or your business?" "Certainly not the latter," Trump responded.
BBC News 24
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While that benefits Angela Merkel, it also pushes Ivanka Trump even more into the limelight, raising further questions about the role of the President's family in the White House. Richard Galpin, BBC News
Politico
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The Capitol Hill Standing Committee of Correspondents has voted to table Breitbart’s credential process and declined to extend the organization's temporary credentials to cover Congress, which expire at the end of May. The committee, which only permits media access to the U.S. Capitol to outlets it considers legitimate news organizations, not political advocacy or other groups, expressed frustration over Breitbart’s inconsistent answers to questions about their masthead and office space, among other problems. Breitbart CEO Larry Solov, in correspondence with the committee since their last meeting , asserted that Republican megadonor Rebekah Mercer had no editorial input, that a managing editor who also had a role in an advocacy group was no longer on the masthead, and that the site was having trouble finding office space in part because of security issues.
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This means that comet-like tail that scientists envisioned may not exist at all; instead, the heliosphere may be nearly round and symmetrical. Lasersupernovamimics magnetic fields in space A rounded heliosphere could result from a combination of factors. Data from Voyager 1 show that the interstellar magnetic field beyond the heliosphere is stronger than scientists previously thought, meaning it could interact with the solar wind at the edges of the heliosphere and compact the heliosphere's tail. The structure of the heliosphere plays a big role in how particles from interstellar spacecalled cosmic raysreach the inner solar system, where Earth and the other planets are. This data that Voyager 1 and 2, Cassini and IBEX provide to the scientific community is a windfall for studying the far reaches of the solar wind, says Arik Posner, NASA's Voyager and IBEX program scientist.
OK!
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Talking at the Good Morning Britain’s Health Star Awards, the mother of two has revealed she has an exciting new role in the pipeline. Kimberley, who welcomed second son Cole in January, has plenty of acting experience behind her. The 34 year old has starred in feature films like Horrid Henry: The Movie and All Stars. She has also had several roles in West End musicals like Shrek and Elf. Kimberley Walsh has confirmed she is making a return to acting [Getty] Kimberley Walsh's ...
BBC Parliament
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residence in the constituency of my honourable friend. Who, due to his ministerial role could not do so himself and asked me to do this on his behalf. I am pleased to see him in his behalf on the front bench. The petitioner has requested that the House of Commons urges the Government to review its funding formula for schools to ensure all children have access to properly funded education and invest in the future of our country. The petitioners therefore remain, etc
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To go by editor in chief Lydia Polgreen's letter about HuffPost's new redesign, it is not the look, nor the name that is the biggest deal, but rather, the new purpose. It is an idea that Polgreen has brought up in interviews since she took the top role, and now it gets a chance to...
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Siegel has spent more than 40 years at NPR — and more than three decades as host of All Things Considered . He says he will be leaving that role in January to "begin a new phase of life." (Image credit: Stephen Voss/NPR)
Mondoweiss
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It has also been made possible and indirectly funded by the United States, under Democratic and Republican administrations alike – notwithstanding outgoing President Barack Obama’s lame-duck UN Security Council non-veto move, and various U.S. declarations about Israeli settlements being “a threat to peace,” or making it “ almost impossible [… ] to create a contiguous, functioning Palestinian state.” Both true, but meaningless. An ad against the occupation (original Hebrew and English translation, side-by-side) placed in Haaretz on 23 Sept 1967 by several Matzpen members (Photo via Moshe Machover) Role of the U.S. Despite the rhetoric, the United States has been the primary enabler of Israel’s occupation: military aid (currently $38 billion over the next 10 years), including the very latest technologies, and close military coordination; tax exemptions for donations to Israel, including to organizations that fund settlements; global diplomatic protection; and the lending of legitimacy to a state whose actions would have otherwise made it a global pariah long ago.
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