Eddie Vedder To Perform with Children’s Choir At President Obama’s Farewell Address Tonight

first_imgTonight, President Obama will address the nation with a farewell message from Chicago, IL, putting an end to his eight years of presidency. The ceremony will also feature another Chicago-transplant, as Pearl Jam singer Eddie Vedder has announced that he will be performing at the event with members of the Chicago Children’s Choir.Vedder has become synonymous with Chicago in recent years, even going as far as to celebrate with the Chicago Cubs when they won the World Series in 2016. President Obama has also become synonymous with Chicago, as the Commander in Chief worked in the city’s political system for many years.You can catch a full live stream of the Farewell Address via the White House website. The president has shared his personal reflections about saying farewell in the video below.last_img read more

Watch 12 Oustanding Guest Performances From The Johnny Cash Show

first_imgFollowing the success of 1968’s At Folsom Prison and 1969’s At San Quentin, ABC tabbed legendary singer-songwriter Johnny Cash to star in his own television show as a summer replacement for their Saturday night variety show, The Hollwood Palace. Though short-lived, The Johnny Cash Show featured performances by some of the era’s most influential artists including Bob Dylan, Joni Mitchell, Neil Young, Louis Armstrong, Ray Charles, Stevie Wonder and Eric Clapton.DelFest Reveals Stellar Lineup Of PerformersOn June 7, 1969 The Johnny Cash Show premiered on ABC. Taped at the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, TN, then home to country music institution the Grand Ole Opry, it was a venue Cash had fulfilled the dream of playing 13 years prior following his chart topping hit “I Walk The Line.” Episode one featured performances by singer-songwriter Joni Mitchell, Cajun fiddler Dough Kershaw, comedian Fannie Flagg and to many’s surprise, Bob Dylan. That night Dylan played “I Threw It All Away” from his 1969 country album Nashville Skyline, “Living The Blues,” which would appear on 1970’s Self Portrait, and a final duet with Cash on “Girl From The North Country.”Watch The Full Video Of Bluegrass Underground’s ‘Best Of’ SpecialDespite being cancelled in 1971, The Johnny Cash Show played host to many memorable performances, even including a segment dubbed “Country Gold” which featured legends rarely or never seen on TV before like Tammy Wynette, Merle Haggard, George Jones, Bill Monroe, Loretta Lynn and the Everly Brothers.In celebration of Johnny Cash’s 85th birthday today, here are 12 great performances from The Johnny Cash Show including Cash’s now-classic protest song “The Man in Black.”Bob Dylan – “I Threw It All Away”Bob Dylan & Johnny Cash – “Girl From The North Country”Bob Dylan & Johnny Cash – Girl from the North… by Palaiokostas1Joni Mitchell & Johnny Cash – “The Long Black Veil” Louis Armstrong & Johnny Cash – “Blue Yodel #9”Ray Charles – “Ring Of Fire”Bill Monroe and his Bluegrass Boys – “Blue Moon Of Kentucky”Creedence Clearwater Revival – “Bad Moon Rising”Stevie Wonder – “Heaven Help Us All”Roy Orbison & Johnny Cash – “Pretty Woman”Pete Seeger & Johnny Cash – “Cripple Creek” and “Worried Man Blues”Derek and the Dominos – “It’s Too Late” and “Matchbox” (with Cash and Carl Perkins)John Hartford, Vassar Clements, Norman Blake & Johnny Cash – Bill Monroe MedleyJohnny Cash – “Man In Black”last_img read more

Intelligent Earth

first_imgWhat would happen if the Earth’s axis suddenly tilted by 50 degrees or more? It may sound like the plot of a bad science fiction movie, but scientists say it’s not an academic question — geological records show such shifts have happened several times throughout the planet’s history, with dramatic effects on climate and sea level.Harvard researchers are now answering one of the key questions related to such shifts: Once its axis tilts, how does the Earth “know” to return to its normal orientation?As described in a Nature report, Jessica Creveling, a former Harvard grad student and now a postdoctoral fellow at the California Institute of Technology (Caltech), and Harvard Professor of Geophysics Jerry X. Mitrovica worked with colleagues on research suggesting that these events — known as true polar wander — may have been caused by “pulses” of convection in the Earth’s mantle below the surface, with the resulting return of the poles driven by both the elasticity of the tectonic plates around the planet’s surface and by the flattening of its shape around the equator.“The idea you can take the Earth, tip it over and somehow the system always knows where it’s come from — that’s a peculiar idea,” said Creveling. “For me, that’s the quirky, dynamic issue and the challenge of this. In fact, all of the classic papers in this field argue that when the pole moves, it loses all memory of its previous location. We’re saying that this is not the case. There is something in the system that tells it, ‘Here’s where you come back.’”In explaining these remarkable episodes of polar wander, Mitrovica and Creveling also point to changes in the flow of the Earth’s mantle that occur during periods when tectonic plates come together to form supercontinents. The massive landmasses act like thermal blankets, and “it is at these times when the Earth will be provoked into a large true polar wander event,” Mitrovica said. “When a supercontinent exists, material rises up in the rocky mantle below the supercontinent, stretching the Earth out like a football and giving it a tendency to spin like a football.”To understand how the Earth “knows” how to return to its original orientation, Creveling and Mitrovica turned to two images, the first being the stretching of a rubber band.As the planet shifts on its axis, stress on the tectonic plates that make up Earth’s crust increases, Mitrovica explained. That increased stress acts like a stretched rubber band, gradually pulling the planet back to its original rotation axis, even after millions of years of rotation at a different angle.Previous research conducted by Mitrovica uncovered a similar phenomenon on Mars. However, while the Earth’s surface is made up of many different plates, the surface of Mars consists of a single plate.“We have shown that even with those breaks, [the Earth] still has a bit of that rubber band effect,” Mitrovica said.The second effect at work in drawing the planet back to its original orientation, Mitrovica explained, is similar to that of a toy punching bag that bounces back up after being pushed over. Because the Earth is not a perfect sphere, when the rotation pole moves, the extra mass centered around the equator acts like an anchor, pulling the pole back to its original place.These massive shifts in the Earth’s position could have played a role in the planet’s long-term development, and life on it.“I think it is an important piece of the puzzle. It will help us understand how the Earth evolved from where it was to where it is now,” Creveling said.last_img read more

Interview With Brig. Gen. Jamil Megid, Coordinator General For The 5th Military World Games

first_img The Military Games were great. All initiatives and activities to improve the citizen’s life are praiseworthy. Congratulations to everyone involved in the Games: organizers, athletes, publicity, etc. The legacy will certainly be a positive one for Brazil and for the Armed Forces. Bravo, ADSUMUS. Cynthia. There’s no doubt such a great event brings us cultural, social and economic enrichment; the armed forces together with the Brazilian government deserve congratulations. This step was simply the first of many other achievements by the Brazilian nation. Hosting military members from many countries in some way generates in us, both adults and children, a desire to accomplish much more! It’s been four months now since the military world games, it was beautiful, but me and the other 400 drivers who made the event happen were not paid for it. Imagine the World Cup and Olympics, I’m out with the others. If I’m not getting paid I’d rather stay home. By Dialogo July 27, 2011 It has taken more than 1,000 days of work, with 16-hour days in recent weeks. But Brig. Gen. Jamil Megid Junior, Coordinator General of the Operational Planning Committee for the 5th Military World Games – Rio 2011, does not expect things to let up anytime soon. Even after all of the delegations go home, on July 27, his mission will still not be accomplished. Instead, it marks the beginning of the demobilization phase, followed by the preparation of reports and the rendering of accounts. “There will be more work, but it will be a lot calmer,” Gen. Megid explained. On the eve of the Rio 2011 closing ceremonies, Gen. Megid offered some of his time, which is in high demand, to speak with Diálogo. But the interview took place on the go, keeping pace with the considerable task of managing a workforce of 25,735 people. The rain falling in Rio de Janeiro on the morning of July 23 brought Gen. Megid back to the field. He insisted on personally checking up on the grounds where the equestrian competition would be held, in order to insure that they were safe enough to avoid putting the competitors at risk. Between questions and answers, the attentive eye of the tireless man behind the 5th Military Games did not let any opportunity for improvement go unnoticed. Diálogo: Brazil invested R$1.4 billion (US$900 million) in order to carry out the 5th Military World Games. What will be the legacy of this investment? Brig. Gen. Jamil Megid Junior: If we consider the benefits for all of the communities surrounding the bases where some of the competitions were held, the legacy is the sports facilities, with the new infrastructure and the renovations that we carried out. And there is also the experience of preparing the athletes and organizing competitions. The International Military Sports Council (CISM) has a technical committee that came to Brazil to accompany our preparation and execution of the Games. All of the committee members, many of whom have worked with CISM for years and have seen a variety of World Championship and Olympic competitions, were unanimous in saying that the organization of the competition, the location and the officiating were the best that they had seen. This represents major gains for the preparation of Brazilian teams and the carrying out of high-performance competitions. Diálogo: So the 5th Military World Games left Rio de Janeiro more prepared to host the Olympics in 2016? Brig. Gen. Jamil Megid Junior: The planning nucleus for this edition of the Games was a military team that developed all of the projects, but the preparation and, primarily, the execution of these competitions were carried out in cooperation with military teams for different sports, federations and civilian businesses. So, everyone is learning through this experience, both from the military and the civilian perspective. Everybody wins. There was this integration and, without a doubt, this knowledge can be applied to other events, including the Olympic Games. It’s important to note that this experience wasn’t just restricted to the military. Diálogo: Did this event bring the Armed Forces closer to the population? Brig. Gen. Jamil Megid Junior: It wasn’t just the families living near the bases that knew about the Games. We got everyone talking about them. When we make tickets available on the Internet, to civilians and military personnel, we saw a considerable civilian turnout. And that’s a real source of satisfaction, because the Games are for society as a whole. That was the aim: to promote this integration and the understanding of military sports by the civilian public. Without a doubt, this is going to bring benefits in the future. Many of the children attending the events will want to join the military in order to be athletes, in order to practice the sport that they saw, such as the pentathlons, which got a lot of attention from the kids. It’s the type of benefit that you might not feel today, but that will have positive repercussions in the future. Diálogo: Do you feel that the objectives that led Brazil to launch its candidacy to host this event, just over four years ago, have been achieved? Brig. Gen. Jamil Megid Junior: The primary objectives were fully achieved. In keeping with the idea put forth by the CISM in previous editions, the aim was to raise awareness about military sports and further promote sports in Brazil. We had 111 participating nations. Many countries came with large delegations and strong athletes. The level of competition was high and we carried out a series of improvements on the sports facilities of the Brazilian Armed Forces, which will also serve the Olympic confederations. In addition, we developed a very strong partnership with the Brazilian Olympic Committee for the preparation of Olympic athletes from the military, who will go on to compete with the Brazilian national teams. Looking towards the future, it’s clear that by allowing our troops to train in more appropriate areas, with state-of-the-art sports equipment, we’re going to improve the fitness of our soldiers and their effectiveness in combat. Therefore, it was completely worth the effort. Diálogo: Some of the spectators said that there wasn’t enough public awareness about the Games. Do you agree? Brig. Gen. Jamil Megid Junior: In order to promote an event such as this one, the public usually has to have some form of prior knowledge, which they didn’t, or you can carry out a wide-ranging promotional campaign, which would have exceeded our budget. So, we did a mix of spontaneous media with an advertising campaign over the last three months in mainstream media outlets. And we reached our goal, since almost 90% of the tickets that we made available over the Internet were reserved by the civilian population. It was even more than we expected. Diálogo: Did the foreign coverage of the event meet the CISM’s expectations? Brig. Gen. Jamil Megid Junior: We produced a daily 15-minute bulletin that was available by satellite, and we were able to get TV stations from 120 countries to make use of that material. But the ideal situation would be a live broadcast of the Games in each country. That’s the objective that we hope to reach in the coming editions. last_img read more

Colombia: A Naval School for the World

first_imgBy Marian Romero/Diálogo September 15, 2016 The fight against drug trafficking in Colombia has allowed the country to perfect techniques and strategies associated with maritime interdiction. For the past 15 years, the country has made a huge effort to capture vessels involved in drug trafficking. As a result, it has strengthened its specialized vigilance along its land, sea, and air borders. Because transnational crimes are commonly carried out by sea, the Colombian Navy has developed a broad range of knowledge about the efficient handling of equipment and personnel engaged in interdicting vessels involved in illegal activities. Thanks to this experience, Colombia has become an international benchmark for these skills. Based on this recognition, the decision was made to share Colombia’s knowledge with the rest of the world through the International Coast Guard School and the Marine Corps Training Base. “Drug trafficking is a transnational crime that requires the attention of all countries that can be transited by an illegal vessel. It’s a complex situation that has continued over the years due to [drug trafficking’s] very high profitability and its capacity to shift and migrate to zones that are less prepared for it. In these circumstances, linking countries directly together to fight against drug trafficking has become an urgent necessity,” said Colombian Navy Rear Admiral John Carlos Flores, the Coast Guard commander. To combat the so-called balloon effect, Colombia has set up two training schools that specialize in maritime interdiction for all of the Americas and the world. With support from the U.S. Southern Command (SOUTHCOM), Colombia is betting it can curb the illegal transit of ocean shipments by promoting joint operations and the unification of doctrine via its training of the world’s armed forces. International Coast Guard School The building housing the International Coast Guard School was inaugurated in July 2015 in the city of Cartagena. However, the school has offered international courses on such topics as planning and executing maritime interdiction operations, search and rescue, and the fight against drug and human trafficking since 2009. All of this was framed by the policies of the Colombian Navy’s leadership, which were aimed at bolstering the security of the region by unifying doctrine under the strict application of protection laws for life at sea. The school is under the direction of the Coast Guard Command of the Colombian Navy, whose mandate is to guarantee maritime safety by curbing crime at sea, preserving the marine environment, and undertaking search and rescue operations. The school was built with support from the U.S. Southern Command. About 300 commissioned and non-commissioned officers from more than 20 countries in Europe, Africa, and North, Central, and South America have been trained there. The international courses, which are taught in Spanish and English, develop skills and theoretical and practical competence in areas such as leadership, operational procedures, the piloting of small craft, site exploration, and defensive and survival techniques. All courses include the use of cutting-edge technology and ocean operations simulators. “The school is designed to be a space for the exchange of knowledge between participants. Even though Colombia has the most experience, sharing all countries’ best practices bolsters everyone’s level of understanding. Our doors are always open to learning successful tactics because the school’s aim is to generate regional unity, which is achieved through dialogue between the parties,” said Rear Adm. Flores. One of the school’s unusual aspects is the training it provides in dealing with anti-drug trafficking legislation in the hemisphere. “Each nation’s laws against transnational crime are different, and criminals take advantage of the gaps to engage in their illicit activities. The specialized courses that are offered teach this material in order to come up with the best interdiction strategy on a case-by-case basis,” said Rear Adm. Flores. Colombia is not relying solely on specialized training to help eradicate the problem of drug running on the high seas; it also is wagering that the officials from different countries who come together will earn each other’s trust and establish friendly ties, allowing for more fluid and effective communication in the field. “I believe the bonds of friendship that form between the students are one of the school’s greatest benefits. Meeting in person generates closeness and allows officials to set aside protocols that previously delayed the conducting of operations. In the school, we promote teamwork and the removal of borders, while respecting each country’s sovereignty, so that we all can take care of our oceans together,” said Rear Adm. Flores. Marine Corps Training Base The Marine Corps Command undertakes operations in the territorial jurisdiction assigned to the Colombian Navy along Colombia’s Caribbean and Pacific coasts, insular territory, and navigable rivers. The Marine Corps has a powerful amphibious force that allows it to exercise control over waterways and land and to efficiently support naval forces when required. Currently, drug trafficking is primarily undertaken in jungle zones with difficult access, forcing the authorities to do intense intelligence-gathering work in order to discover the location of crops and cocaine labs. This is why the Marine Corps Training Base plays a very important role in the hemispheric training project. “Taking into account the transient nature of drug trafficking and Colombia’s vast experience in the fight against this problem, the base began giving courses to neighboring countries in the Pacific Basin to provide them with the same training and skills. Expert officers from the Colombian Navy visit the countries that need to resolve a situation; come up with a viable solution that takes into account the nation’s capabilities and resources; and design an effective strategy that can be implemented in situ,” said Brigadier General Oscar Eduardo Hernández, commander of the Marine Corps. To date, the Marine Corps has trained 800 officers from Costa Rica, Panama Honduras, the Dominican Republic, Guatemala, and El Salvador in their own territories on topics and strategies tailored to their specific needs. The courses cover topics ranging from the handling of reinforced polyester and fiberglass (for boat repair), to water combat survival techniques. The Marine Corps also manages the International Amphibious Training Center, which offers courses in: canine infirmary, substance detection canines (narcotics, explosives, and currency), basic explosives and mine deactivation, swimming safety, basic marksmanship, combat, sniper training, non-commissioned Marine Corps officer basic training, martial arts, non-lethal weapons, and the administration of flammable substances and lubricants. The Marine Corps also runs a waterway operations school, which offers courses in waterway operations, river piloting, and river artillery. “During the whole time we’ve given training around the world, we’ve received very good feedback. Speaking the same language and having experience on the same type of territory as the other countries generates closer ties with the Latin American countries that take the courses. Learning is acquired efficiently, and subsequent communication during operations is easier,” said Brig. Gen. Hernández. Since Colombia began training other countries in 2001, it has trained 1,737 students from 14 countries to date in different methods and techniques. The financial backing of the U.S. government, which has the most interest in eradicating drug trafficking activity in the region, has made the training courses possible. The United States began providing all types of training to Colombia in the 1990s, when the drug-trafficking phenomenon reached its highest peaks.last_img read more

Leaders: Be a mirror unto yourself

first_img 3SHARESShareShareSharePrintMailGooglePinterestDiggRedditStumbleuponDeliciousBufferTumblr As leaders, we are encouraged to meet people. You know, network, get close to key influencers and difference makers.“This makes sense. And I do believe a vast personal and professional network is important.”However, I would suggest that in order to grow, the most important person you need to get familiar with is yourself. Self-knowledge can be transformational.On Personal MindfulnessMy favorite place to hang out is in my head. I find it an interesting place to be. It can be funny, crazy and, every once in a while, heavy. I spend this time both formally and informally. I consider myself a student of my own mind and the thoughts that it produces. continue reading »last_img read more

Pancasila and unity can help Indonesia get through COVID-19 pandemic, Jokowi says

first_imgTopics : “We can always get through these challenges thanks to our real strength, namely unity and national brotherhood that is guided by the ideology of Pancasila.” Indonesia will be able to barrel through the various problems it currently faces, including the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, by remaining united “guided by the state ideology of Pancasila,” President Joko “Jokowi” Widodo said on Thursday to commemorate Pancasila Reverence Day, which falls on Oct. 1. “Every era will have its own challenges […] and today, our country is being challenged with an extraordinary test: the COVID-19 pandemic,” Jokowi wrote on his Instagram account.center_img The President also led a Pancasila Reverence Day ceremony in observance of the death of seven heroes of the revolution, killed in a botched coup allegedly attempted by the now-defunct Indonesian Communist Party (PKI) on Sept. 30, 1965.The ceremony, held at the Pancasila Sakti memorial complex in Lubang Buaya in East Jakarta, was attended by a limited number of officials to comply with the COVID-19 health protocol of avoiding crowds and maintaining physical distancing. According to official government data, Indonesia has recorded 287,008 confirmed COVID-19 cases with 10,740 deaths as of Thursday.last_img read more

26 companies in talks for $700 million Lombok airport overhaul

first_imgState-owned airport operator Angkasa Pura (AP) I announced on Monday that 26 foreign and local companies had passed the prequalification stage as they seek to join the overhaul and operation of Lombok International Airport.The selected company would devise and implement the airport’s design, build, finance, operate and transfer (DBFOT) process with a 30-year concession period. The project’s value is estimated at Rp 10.3 trillion (nearly US$700 million) and will adopt a usage fee scheme to return the investment.“We highly appreciate the enthusiasm of all 26 strategic partner candidate, who are among the world’s best airport operators and Indonesia’s best infrastructure companies. All of them have a commitment to work together to develop Lombok International Airport,” AP I president director Faik Fahmi said in a statement on Monday. The foreign companies that passed the prequalification process include Royal Schipol Group from the Netherlands, South Korea’s Incheon Airport, Singapore’s Changi Airport, Malaysia Airports Holdings Berhad, German’s Munich Airport, France’s Vinci Airports and China Construction.Meanwhile, local companies that passed the same stage are state-owned construction firms Adhi Karya and Waskita Karya as well as privately owned Astra Infra.Lombok International Airport is undergoing a massive expansion to double its passenger capacity from 3.5 million to 7 million. The airport’s runway is also being expanded from 2,750 meters to 3,300 m, allowing wide-body aircraft such as the Boeing 747-400 to land.Other infrastructure, such as aircraft parking space and aprons, are also being refurbished to increase the airport’s capacity. process, which is a detailed talk with AP I regarding their project proposals. The prequalification’s final result is scheduled to be announced on Jan. 29, according to the press release from AP I.aanwijzingThe companies are currently in the so-called The Mandalika Special Economic Zone (SEZ) on Lombok Island is listed as one of the government’s five super-priority destinations, in a program aimed to make tourism the new driver of Indonesia’s economic growth.The island is set to host the prestigious MotoGP event after securing a deal with Dorna Sports, the MotoGP rights holder, for a race slot in the 2021 season. The deal was sealed in January 2019 by the Indonesia Tourism Development Corporation (ITDC), the state-owned company responsible for developing the Mandalika SEZ.Topics :last_img read more

Crystal Palace eye Carl Jenkinson as Aaron Wan-Bissaka replacement

first_imgAdvertisement Comment Carl Jenkinson made just eight appearances for Arsenal last season (Picture: Getty)Norwich City’s Max Aarons is likely to remain at Carrow Road, despite reported interest from Tottenham, while Atalanta’s Timothy Castagne is set to sign a new contract with the Serie A club, while Frank Lampard is keen to keep Reece James at Stamford Bridge after an impressive loan spell at Wigan last season.Jenkinson has been deemed surplus to requirements by Unai Emery who opted to play Ainsley Maitland-Niles out of position last season, following Hector Bellerin’s cruciate knee ligament injury, rather than place his faith in the Finnish-born right-back.Arsenal value Jenksinson at around £5m and are hopeful that a raft of player sales will help boost a transfer warchest that stands at a measly £45m following their failure to qualify for the Champions League.More: Arsenal FCArsenal flop Denis Suarez delivers verdict on Thomas Partey and Lucas Torreira movesThomas Partey debut? Ian Wright picks his Arsenal starting XI vs Manchester CityArsene Wenger explains why Mikel Arteta is ‘lucky’ to be managing Arsenal Crystal Palace are set to reignite their interest in Arsenal’s Carl Jenkinson (Picture: Getty)Crystal Palace are set to reignite their interest in Arsenal outcast Carl Jenkinson.The Eagles are scouring the market for a new right-back after they reluctantly allowed Aaron Wan-Bissaka to depart for Manchester United in a deal which could net the London club up to £50million.Jenkinson, who made just eight appearances in all competitions last season, was offered to Palace earlier this summer as Arsenal explored the option of a player plus cash deal for Wilfried Zaha.Palace insisted they had no interest in the 27-year-old who joined the Gunners from Charlton eight years ago, but the Sun claims they have changed their mind having been knocked back in their approaches for several alternative targets.AdvertisementAdvertisementADVERTISEMENTMore: FootballRio Ferdinand urges Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop Manchester United starChelsea defender Fikayo Tomori reveals why he made U-turn over transfer deadline day moveMikel Arteta rates Thomas Partey’s chances of making his Arsenal debut vs Man City Metro Sport ReporterFriday 19 Jul 2019 7:07 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link27Shares Advertisement Crystal Palace eye Carl Jenkinson as Aaron Wan-Bissaka replacementlast_img read more

Is Arsenal vs Manchester United on TV? Channel, kick-off time, live stream and odds

first_img Read More The match is being played on United’s home turf, Old Trafford. Will the Gunners break their league game curse tonight? (Picture: Getty images)Arsenal v Man United oddsSkyBet currently have the odds of a United win against Arsenal at 7/5.Odds of a draw are 5/2and odds that Arsenal will win are 9/5.MORE: Per Mertesacker lifts lid on ‘baffling’ Arsenal reaction to Manchester United 8-2 defeatMORE: Manchester United vs Arsenal is no rivalry – just two mediocre teams in need of a win 1/1 Coming Next Advertisement Read More Rio Ferdinand tells Ole Gunnar Solskjaer to drop struggling Skip Ad / Comment Is Arsenal vs Manchester United on TV? Channel, kick-off time, live stream and odds Solskjaer’s Red Devils will face off against Unai Emery’s side (Picture: Getty Images)Manchester United vs Arsenal is always a big game.The North London squad are heading up north to face Manchester’s Red Devils tonight.Is the game going to be on TV and what are the latest updates with the teams?What time is the Arsenal v United kick off?The game kicks off at 8pm.ADVERTISEMENT Read More Read More 1 min. story Skip Manchester United captain Harry Maguire Who is expected to be on the lineup tonight? (Pictures: Getty)Can I watch Manchester United v Arsenal on TV?The action will be shown live on Sky Sports Premier League, Main Event and Ultra HD.Coverage for the match starts at 7pm.If you’re out and about, Sky customers can live stream the match through the Sky Go app.AdvertisementAdvertisementMan United team news and predictionsSolskjaer’s squad have a few injuries to work around.Paul Pogba, Marcus Rashford and Anthony Martial are all injury doubts for the team tonight.17-year old Mason Greenwood could be used as a striker after scoring in the last two games. PLAY SPONSORED Top articles Read More Full Screen Visit Advertiser website GO TO PAGE by Metro Jack SlaterMonday 30 Sep 2019 5:01 pmShare this article via facebookShare this article via twitterShare this article via messengerShare this with Share this article via emailShare this article via flipboardCopy link Teen wonder-kid Mason Greenwood will be looking to carry on his run of goals (Picture: Getty Images)Arsenal team news and predictionsArsenal haven’t won a league game at Old Trafford since 2006, so Gunners fans will be hoping the squad is fighting fit today.The team are still without striker Alexandre Lacazette.With him injured, Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang and Nicolas Pépé look set to start up top as the main attackers. About Connatix V67539 Video Settings Advertisementlast_img read more