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first_imgNETWORK ERRORCannot Contact ServerRELOAD YOUR SCREEN OR TRY SELECTING A DIFFERENT VIDEO May 15, 2017 – 1:50 am ‘Hamilton’ wins Best Musical Theater Album Twitter Facebook The GRAMMY winner will be awarded the Latin Recording Academy’s President’s Merit Award for his “outstanding and numerous contributions to the Latin community”Renée FabianGRAMMYs Nov 6, 2017 – 10:52 am As the esteemed creator of the smash hit musical “Hamilton,” it’s no surprise Lin-Manuel Miranda will add another accomplishment to his impressive résumé — the Latin Recording Academy’s President’s Merit Award. Email Lin-Manuel Miranda To Receive Latin Recording Academy Award News Lin-Manuel Miranda Earns President’s Merit Award lin-manuel-miranda-receive-latin-recording-academy-award Miranda will be bestowed the yearly honor at the 18th Latin GRAMMY Awards on Nov. 16 for his “outstanding and numerous contributions to the Latin community.” In particular, following the devastating impact of Hurricane Maria in Puerto Rico in September, Miranda composed the bilingual single “Almost Like Praying” with contributions from other artists, including Marc Anthony, Camila Cabello, Gloria Estefan, Luis Fonsi, and Jennifer Lopez.In a little over a week the single rose to No. 1 on the digital songs chart and debuted at No. 20 on the Billboard Hot 100 with more than 111,000 downloads. All proceeds from the single were donated to The Hispanic Federation’s UNIDOS Disaster Relief Fund in an effort to aid Puerto Rico’s recovery efforts.”We are honored to present Mr. Lin-Manuel Miranda with the prestigious President’s Merit Award at this year’s 18th Annual Latin GRAMMY Awards in recognition of his artistry, vision and the masterful ways he uses his craft to empower and highlight Latin-related issues in the United States,” said Gabriel Abaroa Jr., President/CEO of the Latin Recording Academy. “Lin-Manuel’s urban and social poetry have provided strength and encouragement to every Latino motivated to get ahead. He has brought pride to our community by reminding us of the resilience and fortitude we demonstrate on a daily basis.”18th Latin GRAMMY Performers: Bad Bunny, Alejandro Sanz & MoreRead morelast_img read more

first_imgThis natural-color view from NASA’s Terra satellite shows the Great Lakes region on Sunday.  Joshua Stevens/NASA EOSDIS/LANCE/GIBS/Worldview While people down on Earth are freezing their tushies off as a polar vortex sweeps across parts of the US, NASA’s eyes in the sky are looking down from the cold environs of space. The space agency posted a Wednesday update with a view from its Terra satellite.The Terra image on Sunday showed “cloud streets,” long stripes of cumulus clouds, and snow reaching across the Great Lakes. The frigid weather is triggering closures, flight cancellations and at least six weather-related deaths so far. “It’ll be colder in Chicago that it is in parts of the Arctic Circle. Even the South Pole is expected to be warmer than parts of the US,” says CBS News. Sci-Tech Share your voice #GOESEast spotted snow on the ground as the sun rose on what will be a bitterly cold day across much of the U.S. A cold Arctic air mass is surging south into the upper Midwest before spreading across much of the eastern two-thirds of the country. More: https://t.co/vBfvFRrnHF pic.twitter.com/rwoTjV5vX6— NOAA Satellites (@NOAASatellites) January 30, 2019 As polar vortex rolls in, Twitter rolls out Star Wars Hoth memes Giant spinning ice disc in river looks like the moon fell to Earth 0 NASA Spacecenter_img So cold Post a comment Tags NASA sees breathtaking clouds on Earth and beyond NASA also shared a look at the cold air mass reaching down into the northern US as envisioned with data run through the GEOS-5 global atmospheric model. “Measurements of temperature, moisture, wind speeds and directions, and other conditions are compiled from NASA satellites and other sources, and then added to the model to closely simulate observed reality,” says NASA.geos5ploarvortex2019This map shows a modeled view of the polar vortex. Joshua Stevens/GEOS-5/NASA EOSDIS/LANCE/GIBS/Worldview The US National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration tweeted a dramatic look at the Great Lakes on Wednesday. The time-lapse sequence shows a white veil forming over the area as the cold Arctic air mass surges south. 22 Photoslast_img read more