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Calling all Marvel fans We want to see your fandom collection

first_img Avengers: Endgame — Everything you need to know Show Us Yours: Marvel fandom pictures from our readers 1 49 Photos Now playing: Watch this: 2:09 Don’t mind the Star Wars and DC figures, this CNET family member is punching above his weight for the Marvel gang! Lee Koo/CNET A wild ride is on its way for Marvel fans.We’re finally getting to see Captain Marvel’s origins and just how powerful she is. And in two short months, we’ll see Avengers: Endgame hit the big screen. The latter has many fans waiting (or dreading) to see how the Avengers’ storyline wraps, with some probably hoping Thanos gets what’s coming to him after decimating half of all life in the galaxy.If you’re anything like us here at CNET, you’re counting down the seconds until you can see how it all concludes, so this is something to help pass that time in between Captain Marvel and Endgame.Forming our own super team with GameSpot, TV Guide, TechRepublic, ZDNet, we’re curious to see just how big of Marvel fans our readers are. Maybe you own a replica of Cap’s shield. Or your very own Spidey-suit. Even a homemade collection of your own Infinity Stones. Anything under the Marvel umbrella, we want to see it. So don’t be shy! Whether it’s pictures of your comic book collection, action figures, posters, costumes, perhaps even a Marvel shrine, submit them in the form below so we can showcase them for all to see.Check out the gallery below of the photo submissions we’ve gathered so far, just to get an idea of how it works. We don’t care if you’ve got high-end stuff, or if that stuff has seen better days, we just want to show off the fandom. Once we gather your submissions, we will continuously update the photo gallery for all to see!  So, get out that camera and start snappin’. We can’t wait to see what you have for us! Comment Tags Some tips for submission:The pictures. At least one photo of your Marvel collection (see above for ideas). Feel free to include yourself in the photos if you wish. Images need to be in horizontal (landscape) format, and each photo should not exceed 3MB in size, but the higher the resolution the better. You can submit up to four images.The captions. For each photo you submit, write a sentence or two about your prized Marvel possessions and let us know what makes them special to you. We appreciate detail and would love to know everything we can about your gear.After submitting your photos don’t forget to hit the comment section and tell us who you favorite Marvel superhero is and why! Share your voice TV and Movies Comics Captain Marvel Marvel The Avengerslast_img read more

PIC After no makeup look Shloka Mehta looks ravishing in this yellow

first_imgA few days back, a mushy and cosy picture of Akash Ambani and Shloka Mehta had started doing the rounds. The duo seemed to be engaged in a candid banter, where Shloka was clicked teasing Akash as he hid his face with his hands.As per a report in Woman’s Era, the Ambanis had decided to gift an exquisite diamond set to Shloka Mehta as a wedding present. Nita Ambani wanted to gift something quite unique and special to Shloka and thus decided on buying a beautiful set made from the most attractive diamonds. The diamond set is rumoured to be quite a niche in its design and cut.Shloka is married to Akash Ambani. The wedding which took place on March 9 at the Jio Gardens, saw the crème-de-la-crème of society in full attendance. InstagramJust a few days ago, we had spotted the Ambani bahu – Shloka Mehta – sporting a no make-up look while coming back from London after watching the India – Pakistan match. And now, a new picture of Shloka, flaunting a yellow lehenga has gone viral.Shloka, the elder daughter-in-law of the Ambani family, is quite famous for her fashion sense and style statements. While people couldn’t stop praising her no make-up, fuss-free casual sweatshirt look while coming back to the country, it is her breath-taking look in an Anamika Khanna lehenga choli that has blown us over.Anamika Khanna shared the picture of Shloka wearing her lehenga on Instagram. Designed in hues of mustard yellow and orange, the lehenga and blouse had floral motifs and a thick border. Shloka complimented the look with kohl-eyes, nude lipstick, pearl maang-tikka with flowers and a bun. Netizens have complimented not just Shloka, but her fashion sense and the beautiful lehenga too.last_img read more

Bookworms are usually friendlier

first_imgIn some good news for bookworms, scientists have found that people who regularly read fiction novels are more likely to be friendly, well-behaved and sympathetic towards others.Those who prefer watching television over reading are less sociable, according to the study. Those who like reading of drama and romance novels were best able to understand other people, while those who preferred experimental books showed more positive social behaviour and ability to see things from different perspectives. Also Read – Add new books to your shelf”The findings support previous evidence that exposure to fiction relates to a range of empathetic abilities,” said Rose Turner, from Kingston University in the UK.Researchers at Kingston University questioned 123 people on their preferences for books, TV and plays.The volunteers were then tested on their interpersonal skills and prosocial behaviour – such as whether they considered other’s feelings, whether they could see things from different points of view and whether they acted to help others. Also Read – Over 2 hours screen time daily will make your kids impulsiveResearchers found people who preferred reading novels were more likely to show positive social behaviour and be able to empathise with others.However, those who preferred watching TV did not have the same ability to empathise and were more likely to show antisocial behaviour.Comedy fans scored the highest for being able to relate to others, The Sun reported.Researchers suggest that this could be because reading books allow people to see things from other’s points of view, which makes them better able to understand others.”All forms of fiction are not equal. Associations between empathetic skills, media and genre diverge,” said Turner.”Engaging with fictional prose and comedy in particular could be key to enhancing people’s empathetic abilities,” she said.last_img read more

Second accident on Hilderstone Road within hours

first_imgGet the biggest Daily stories by emailSubscribeSee our privacy noticeThank you for subscribingSee our privacy noticeCould not subscribe, try again laterInvalid EmailA road has closed due to an accident this morning – seemingly just minutes after reopening following an earlier accident. Hilderstone Road is shut between between B5027 Uttoxeter Road and Butterhill Lane. This is a separate incident to the earlier accident on this stretch which saw a vehicle overturn. The road reopened following the earlier accident, which took place at around 5.30am, at around 6.20am. Traffic data company INRIX reports this second accident took place shortly before 6.40am. Police are reported to be on the scene. Read MoreRoad reopens following ‘police incident’ in early hours of the morning Both accidents have taken place on the same stretch of road (Image: Inrix/Google) Both accidents are affecting traffic between Hilderstone and Sandon/the A51. We will bring you an update when one becomes available. Want to keep up to date with the latest traffic and travel news?Each day Stoke-on-Trent Live journalists bring you the latest news on the roads and railways across Stoke-on-Trent, North Staffordshire, South Cheshire and further afield to help keep you on the move. For the very latest updates on roads including the M6, A500, A50 and more, visit our dedicated traffic and travel news channel here. We also run a live news feed each weekday, which you can access on our website’s homepage from 7am to 9pm from Monday to Friday. And for more as-we-get-it updates on the roads across the region and beyond, join The Sentinel’s traffic and travel Facebook group here.last_img read more

Signature adds The Grand at Moon Palace Cancun

first_img Travelweek Group Share Signature adds The Grand at Moon Palace Cancun Monday, July 17, 2017 << Previous PostNext Post >>center_img TORONTO — Signature Vacations’ Crown Collection of luxury all-inclusive resorts now includes The Grand at Moon Palace Cancun, opened this past May.Value-added client benefits and perks include resort credits valued at $1,500 for golf, spa treatments, room upgrades and the like, unlimited à la carte dining and a welcoming bottle of wine in the room.Families that book by Aug. 31, 2017 also get exclusive perks including kids stay, eat and play free deals for young guests ages two to 17. This time-limited offer is valid on select departures up to and including Oct. 31, 2018. Some blackout dates apply.Signature notes that the new resort offers a solid blend of luxury, relaxation, and entertainment for all types of guests. “Families will enjoy spacious Deluxe Rooms designed to accommodate up to six guests, and younger travellers can take advantage of endless fun in the sun: from the resort’s expansive waterpark equipped with a lazy river, slides and a wave rider, to the bowling alley, to the action-packed kids and teens club.”More news:  AMResorts has a new Sr. Dir. of Cdn. Sales & Consortia Rel’nsOther amenities include the AWE Spa, seven pools and dining options including Lebanese, Peruvian, Italian, Asian, French and steakhouse restaurants.Guests staying at The Grand at Moon Palace also get free exchange privileges to the adjacent Moon Palace Golf Resort and Spa. From Dec. 22, 2017 – Jan. 3, 2018 visitors at the resort can be some of the first guests to be dazzled by Broadway’s biggest-selling magic show, The Illusionists 2.0. Guests must purchase tickets to The Illusionists 2.0 separately. Tickets can be purchased online. Tags: Palace Resorts, Signature Vacations Posted bylast_img read more