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Obituary: Dr Eugene MJ Pugatch

Dr. Eugene MJ Pugatch, a neurologist who practiced in Montclair and was affiliated with Mountainside Hospital, died on January 5, 2022 from COVID-19. He was 89 years old. Dr. Pugatch’s work in endothelial research has paved the way for breakthrough treatments for cardiovascular disease, according to an obituary submitted by his family. Born in Boston […]

Ignored For 40 Years, Kay Dick’s Paranoi

For two decades, one man had the last word on Kay Dick’s career. After the London-born author died in 2001 at the age of 86, journalist Michael De-la-Noy wrote an obituary for Dick that sounded more like a gossip column. He disparaged her for prioritizing “personal vendettas and romantic lesbian friendships” over writing books, cataloged […]

Scriabin’s Messiah Complex: Was He Eccen

Seriabin stands out today as a perfect example of why listeners should not confuse a composer’s work with his biography. Once revered, then reviled in his own country and abroad, his last piano sonatas – concise, intense and strangely atmospheric – are now recognized as extraordinary masterpieces ahead of their time. Do Scriabin really believe […]

From Sundance: “Everyday in Kaimukī”: A

When director Alika Tengan’s feature debut “Every Day in Kaimukī” premiered at Sundance on Sunday, he told the audience that the project was “a love letter to Honolulu, to Kaimukī and to the AAPI community here. “. Indeed, this unpretentious film vibrates with a quiet, meditative love for these communities and the stories they carry. […]

The BroadsheetDAILY – 01/28/22 – The New

Births 1706 – John Baskerville, English printer and typesetter (died 1775) 1841 – Henry Morton Stanley, Welsh-American explorer and journalist (died 1904) 1855 – William Seward Burroughs I, American businessman, founded the Burroughs Corporation (died 1898) 1887 – Arthur Rubinstein, Polish-American pianist and educator (died 1982) 1900 – Alice Neel, American painter (died 1984) 1929 […]

Cast of Death on the Nile: who is in Ken...

Rose Leslie as Louise Bourget Rose Leslie appears in Death on the Nile as Louise, Linnet de Gadot’s maid and confidante. In real life, Leslie isn’t quite domestic. She is a member of the Scottish Leslie clan and grew up in the family’s ancestral castle in Aberdeenshire. She is best known for playing Ygritte on […]

Amulet Review – Romola Garai’s Chamber a

OFurther proof that the future of cutting-edge horror is female, British actor-turned-writer-director Romola Garai, Romola Garai’s impressive debut feature, which won rapturous applause at last year’s FrightFest, is a moody, brooding cooler that ranges from slow creaks to ecstatic, hallucinogenic madness. Set largely in a decrepit building whose moldy walls reflect a moral malaise creeping […]

Sreenivasan tells how he shared a love f...

China, for me, was a utopia that reserved its place in my heart from an early age after hearing the communist leaders of the world and some intellectuals say: “Madhura Manohara Manonjna China”. Even when all hell was breaking loose here, people would say, “China isn’t like that” or “nothing like that happens in China.” […]

Hope and healing in Kosovo’s ‘hive’ at t

By LINDSEY BAHR, AP Screenwriter Last January, filmmaker Blerta Basholli was simply happy to have participated in the Sundance Film Festival with her first feature film “Hive”. The Albanian-language film about a woman who sets up her own business after the Kosovo war was an inspiring gem, but Basholli hadn’t even dared to dream how […]

Houston poet Julia Guez delves into Cost...

After spending a few days surfing and doing yoga along the coast of Costa Rica, Julia Guez took a detour on her way to the airport. As she usually does, Guez headed straight for the poetry section of a small San José bookstore. There, she bought as many volumes as she thought she would fit […]

The legacy of Balochistan’s greatest rul

Much ink has been spilled over the history of Balochistan over the past few decades. What is more exciting and compelling is that the streak of research and exploration on Baloch history has tended to continue unabated till date. Undoubtedly, discovering the history and evolution of a nation, the metamorphosis of its culture, the origin […]

Divine Diversions: Western Books – C&I M

Lose yourself in the pages of these western books recommended by the THIS crew. Here has THIS, we take reading seriously. Take a peek inside each office at our head office and you‘You’ll find a shelf (or two) lined with literary wonders. So putting together our favorite Western books for our January 2022 issue was […]

GamesBeat Journalist Rachel Kaser’s Favo

If you’ve listened to GamesBeat Decides Episode 231, you’ll already know what my picks are. I’ve explained my thought process a bit on this show, but I’d like to expand here. For my personal list, I don’t want to just spit out the same list the Gamesbeat team released earlier this month. The games on […]

Mustafa Kemal Pasha married Latife Hanım

Mustafa Kemal Pasa married Latife Hanim in Izmir January 29 is the 29th day of the year according to the Gregorian calendar. Number of days remaining until the end of the year336. Railways January 29, 1899 The concession of the port of Haydarpaşa is granted to the German company Anadolu Railway Company. On January 29, […]

California rapper Hook’s music only gets

Lovestruck Hook: She coos longingly “There’s no such thing as the first kiss” to a trippy Duwap Kaine-like beat on “I dont know” Hook the Bully: The Raps on “LMAOare the equivalent of her sticking her tongue out and shooting someone the “loser” sign before giving them a whirlwind, all over a breathy Nebarb beat. […]

Author Jeff Schade’s new book ‘Soulsongs

The recent publication “Soulsongs: Poems by Jeff Schade” by Newman Springs Publishing author Jeff Schade consists of 102 poems, ranging from short lyric poems to longer poems in free and semi-free verse, organized into twelve thematic sections representing the cycle of birth and death and ultimate liberation. KEARNEY, Neb. – January 28, 2022 – (Newswire.com) […]

Asian Qualifiers: Iran clinches Qatar 20...

By Samindra Kunti Jan.28 – Iran remain the flag bearer of Asian football, becoming the first Asian team to qualify for the World Cup after a 1-0 win over neighboring Iraq at the Azadi Stadium, with a limited number of women attending . Medhi Taremi, who nearly missed the game due to a snowstorm in […]

Newark Mayor and spoken word artist Ras ...

Newark Mayor Ras Baraka, a Brick City native, published poet and son of a poet, has written and narrated an audible memoir to be released next month by Audible Inc, one of the city’s best-known companies. The Book of Barakaavailable February 24, will chronicle the 51-year-old life of the spoken word recording artist, former high […]

Appeal to save Hugh MacDiarmid’s home fo

Hugh MacDiarmid is recognized as the central figure in the nation’s literary renaissance during the first half of the 20th century. The rural landscape around his home near Biggar, South Lanarkshire, inspired much of his work. Register to our History and Heritage newsletter Register to our History and Heritage newsletter MacDiarmid, best known as a […]

“It is high time that we appreciate the

Overseas Qualified Nurses, working as Caregivers in the UK. How can we harness the expertise of this invisible nursing workforce? In December 2020, a report by the Health Foundation – Building the NHS Nursing Workforce in England – said the government will need to exceed its target of 50,000 new nurses in England by 2024-25 […]

How the Legacy of Holocaust Survivors Li...

The legacy of Holocaust survivors who put their pain into poetry in Toronto will be rekindled in song Thursday, marking Holocaust Remembrance Day and commemorating the genocidal trauma they endured. “What a legacy for them, this new incarnation,” said Dr. Paula David, founder of a poetry project dedicated to survivors at the Baycrest Center for […]

the secret lives of ancient england

I don’t often feel the urge to run my hand over a doublet, not least because that thick, cut-over silk bib was all the rage 400 years ago. But at The Tudors: Power, Passion and Politics, at the Holburne Museum in Bath, the paintings practically command it. For the swaggering look and power-boosting shine, the […]

Ninth graders explore themes of social j...

Photo by Marcy StamperIn “Let America Change for Once,” Sage Schrager wrote about seeing everyone as equal, regardless of skin color or who they love. Let America be carefree again. Let America be fun. Let America be chubby. Let America be fair. These are some of the 45 visions of ninth-graders at Liberty Bell High […]

Russia and the United States

Yet any of us who have lived in Russia for any length of time and seriously concerned themselves with Russian realities know that there have been phenomena in Russian life that speak with enormous power and significance to American perception. : efforts that every American instinctively understands, manifestations of human feeling that are not only […]

Jazzy Golfer launches a new women’s golf

Golf presenter, content creator and campaigner for women’s golf The Jazzy Golfer has teamed up with coaches, influencers, presenters and representatives from across the industry to create the ‘UK Women’s Golf Community’. The newly formed community (UK WGC) has been designed to bring female golfers together via local meetups at golf venues across the UK […]

Walter McDonald Obituary (1934 – 2022) –

Walter Robert “Walt” McDonald, 2001 Texas Poet Laureate, died January 22, 2022 in Richardson, with faith in his Lord and Saviour. Born in 1934, in Lubbock, Walt was the youngest child of Charlie and Vera McDonald. In 1959 he married artist and Abilene graduate Christian Carol Ham, his charming and cheerful darling of his heart. […]

How Gandhi made kindness a political phi...

Gandhi’s assassin, Nathuram Godse, looks like the prodigal son who wishes to be absolved of the guilt of taking a man’s life. His justification for killing the Mahatma appeals to a paternal sense of benevolence on the part of the public, as can be seen in his last speech before the court which sentenced him […]

For a republic where women matter

“A man’s word is no man’s word; we should quietly hear both sides.—Goethe Ultimately, reality is not made up of laws and data, but of the actual experiences of human beings. Real-life stories of women surfacing from time to time in our republic reveal how, despite constitutional guarantees of equality, the state has rarely, if […]

Sierra College to Host Online Sierra Wri...

Thursday-Saturday, February 10-12, Sierra College Press will host the 2022 Sierra Writers’ Conference, featuring science fiction author Kim Stanley Robinson, author and publisher Nisi Shawl, Nevada County Poet Laureate Kirsten Casey and a group of writers whose presentations focus on various elements of story, writing, and community building. “In this time of profound societal change, […]

Famous Kansans to perform in Kansas Day ...

Melanie Zuercher Special for Newton Kansan USA TODAY NETWORK The famous Kansans, along with the books, will headline the Kauffman Museum’s annual Kansas Day celebration in 2022. Celebrate Kansas Day! the activities take place on Saturday afternoon, January 29. There will be food trucks in the museum parking lot at the corner of North Main […]

‘Working on Qatil Haseenaon Ke Naam gave

Almost five years ago, writer-director Meenu Gaur began work on a feature film titled Barzakh: Between Heaven and Hell, which was to be her take on “film noir.” His idea of ​​a feature film set in the brooding and mysterious world of noir appealed to many. In 2017, the project was taken over by the […]

How to say Happy Burns Day in Scottish G...

EVERY January, the life and work of poet Robert Burns is celebrated by Scots on January 25 – also known as Burns Night. It is customary to celebrate one’s life’s work in one’s mother tongue. Here’s how to say Happy Burns Night in Gaelic. 2 Swot on your Scottish Gaelic ahead of Burns Night on […]

John D. Hawke Jr. – The Martha’s Vineyar

John Daniel Hawke Jr., son of Olga Buchbinder and John Daniel Hawke of Rockville Center, NY, died at his home in Washington, DC, on January 3, 2022, at the age of 88, surrounded by his family. An accomplished attorney who has served in all three branches of the US government, Hawke was once called “the […]

Deanne Weir and Olivia Humphrey launch S...

To share Tweeter To share E-mail Deanne Weir, an Australian screen and technology entrepreneur, and Olivia Humphrey, founder of streaming platform Kanopy, announced the launch of Storyd Group. Storyd invests in internationally targeted feature films from Australian female creators and content-related tech start-ups. Deanne Weir commented: “Olivia and I have known each other since our […]

A Glimpse of Kreeri Literature Enthusias...

Part of Kruhin territory, Kreeri is a village in Baramulla district in northern Kashmir where precious stones in the form of poets, scholars and other literature enthusiasts were born. Ppopularly known as Shiraaz of Kashmir, the village is known for its poetic and literary lineage. Literary enthusiasm has been in the village for over 600 […]

At No 20, David Robinson used speed, pow...

Welcome to NBA 75, The Athletic’s countdown of the 75 greatest players in NBA history, in honor of the league’s diamond anniversary. We’ll reveal a new player to the roster every weekday through February 18, culminating with the man chosen by a panel of The Athletic NBA staff as the greatest of all time. There […]

Waterford native shortlisted for UK’s £1

An Irish writer is one of five shortlisted for a £10,000 British writing prize. Novelist Megan Nolan – originally from Co Waterford and now based in London – is nominated for the Sunday Times Young Writer of the Year Award. Her dark and funny debut album, Acts of Desperation, is the story of a young […]

Lester Weiner | Obituaries | The Newbu...

Lester K. Weiner March 28, 1935 – January 1, 2022 Amesbury – Les Weiner was ushered into the arms of his Savior, Jesus Christ, on January 1, 2022, surrounded by his family, including his wife of 62 years, Kay (Niles) Weiner. Born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, he graduated from Elmhurst College and traveled to […]

Apply Now for the Wyoming Arts Council B...

CHEYENNE – The Wyoming Arts Council is now accepting nominations for the 2022 Blanchan and Doubleday Memorial Writing Awards. The $1,000 Doubleday Prize is awarded for the best poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction or screenplay written by a female writer. The Blanchan Prize, also $1,000, is awarded annually for the best poetry, fiction, creative non-fiction, or […]

Dennis Smith, firefighter who wrote best...

“Please remember,” Mr. Smith wrote, “that the poet, as his writings testify, was Irish first.” Through the back door, he was contacted by an editor at McCall’s magazine, was featured in an interview with The New Yorker, was commissioned to write an article for True magazine for $1,500, and received an advance of $30,000 for […]

Do not confuse critical race theory with...

Regarding the letter “Incarceration has a traumatic impact on the whole family” (January 12): I agree with the author of the letter on the harmful effects on children when a parent is incarcerated. It opened my eyes to their possible future trauma that I had never thought about. However, I disagree with his conclusion. I […]

a powerfully political staging that we w...

Sixteen years have passed since Opera North’s last production of Verdi’s classic Rigoletto. It is suspected that his latest staging – the operatic debut of acclaimed British-Nigerian director Femi Elufowoju Jr – will still be talked about 16 years from now.The director has created a bold, innovative and purposeful reimagining of Verdi’s tale of vicious […]

After massive backlash, writer Taslima N...

Taslima Nasreen, the famed author and feminist, has reacted after critics claimed her ‘ready-made babies’ remark was directed at Priyanka Chopra and Nick Jonas after the couple announced they had recently welcomed a surrogacy baby. On Saturday, the couple took to their respective Instagram accounts to share the news. “We are delighted to confirm that […]

Another Modi message to Delhi from Lutye...

Why did Indira Gandhi choose to erect a memorial to the soldiers who gave their lives for the Bangladesh war right under the arch of this monument to the colonial army, India Gate? And why did PM Modi choose to extinguish his fire and melt it into another eternal flame that formally breaks with any […]

Mysterious novelist Elena Ferrante showe...

Elena Ferrante’s revelations about femininity, motherhood and self-determination, post-war Italian society and the ambivalent depths of friendship are such a joy for her readers that I suspect we don’t mind her non-disclosure, of who she is. What is normal: the true identity of a writer lies in his writing. If anyone cares about anything about […]

The 10 Most Diverse Comic Book Character...

Representation matters. Diversity should be embraced, celebrated and encouraged. The diversity of races, genders, sexualities and representations of disabilities is unavoidable. Much like movies and television, comics are the perfect platform to showcase the differences between people while providing positive portrayal. RELATED: 10 Comics To Read For LGBTQA+ Representation (And Why) While it’s taken mainstream […]

When Pandit Birju Maharaj played nayak a...

At a 2019 lecture-demonstration as part of the Manodharma Festival in the capital hosted by Delhi-based Odissi representative Sharon Lowen, Pandit Birju Maharaj presented a thumri in raag From. It is a composition of his grandfather Kalka Maharaj, who together with his brother Bindadin Maharaj is known to be the architect of the current form […]

The best novels by female authors

Literature, especially in the English language, has traditionally been dominated by men. Over time, women writers emerged, which changed our view of English literature. During the Victorian era in English, women novelists like Jane Austen became a sensation and queues lined up to read her books. The fame and glory she enjoyed inspired other female […]

Nadine Dorries supports a statue celebra...

Famous for the sexually explicit nature of his writing at a time when women were considered attractive only if they were wise, Behn “valued wit over virtue” and used his literary prowess to earn a living through his pen at a time when only men did it. . In a bid to grant Behn the […]

Former residents reveal ‘why we left Cal

It’s official: the Californian dream has become a nightmare. According to the California Policy Lab, which is affiliated with the University of California, the number of people leaving the state has increased 12% since before COVID-19. In fact, there is more people are leaving than to enter. Even before the pandemic, an Edelman Intelligence survey […]

You can’t talk about Telugu literature w

Hyderabad: As part of the sixth edition of the Indian Knowledge Systems (IKS) elective course, the Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar (IITGN) has organized two online lectures, “Sweeter than Honey: The Advent and Rise of Classical Telugu Literature” and “ Conquest of the World: Krishnadevaraya’s Amuktamalyada’ Distinguished author, translator and musician Dr. Srinivas Reddy delivered […]

From Nightmare Alley to Let’s Eat Grandm

Illustration: Lalalimola/The Guardian To go out : Movie theater alley of nightmaresout nowIf you had to choose the best person to remake a cult 1947 film noir about a sordid carnival and the crooks, hustlers and femme fatales that inhabit it, Guillermo del Toro (Pan’s Labyrinth) would top the list of many. people, and with […]

Launch of the English version of ‘Eco To

Officials at the launch of ‘Ecotourism in Qatar’ at the Doha International Book Fair yesterday. Doha: The Ministry of Municipality and the Ministry of Environment and Climate Change yesterday launched the English version of “Eco Tourism in Qatar” during the 31st Doha International Book Fair. The book written by Ahmed Hussein Al Mutawa, an environmental […]

The Tiger Rising – Movie Review

The metaphors about the emotional cages in which we sometimes lock ourselves are heady for a family film. Based on the popular 2001 children’s book by Newbery Medal-winning author Kate DiCamillo, The rising tiger is a fable tale about unlocking those cages and liberating oneself, a rather sophisticated lesson that youngsters may not fully grasp, […]

Emmy-Nominated Rapper/Actor TONE-z Relea...

TONE-z releases a new album with two exciting music videos TONE-z is thrilled to announce the release of their brand new album produced by In Tone We Trust Music. The Emmy-nominated singer is also a rapper, author, screenwriter, director and producer dedicated to creating timeless music for great listening pleasure. His new album titled TonezWorld […]

Star Wars Production List Provides Ahsok...

A production advisory for Disney+’s Star Wars series Ahsoka reveals plenty of new information about Rosario Dawson’s upcoming Mandalorian spinoff. More details on Disney+ star wars series Ahsoka have been revealed, including a plot summary and the start date of filming. The show is set to begin filming in Los Angeles this month, according to […]

Thich Nhat Hanh, Vietnamese Zen master, ...

Vietnamese Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh, world renowned spiritual leader, author, poet and peace activist, died on January 22, 2022 at midnight (ICT) at its root temple, Tu Hien Temple, in Hue, Vietnam. It was 95. “Our beloved teacher Thich Nhat Hanh passed away peacefully,” his sangha, the Committed Buddhism Community of Plum Village, said […]

Amazon says first clothing store will be...

January 21, 2022 Amazon.com has to become the largest clothing retailer in the United States without any stores. Now he plans to open his first clothing store this year under the Amazon Style banner. The 30,000-square-foot store featuring men’s and women’s apparel, footwear and accessories will open in Glendale, Calif., at The Americana at Brand, […]

This Week in History: January 21-27

JANUARY 22: On this day in 1788, Lord Byron (née George Gordon Byron), the famous philhellene, poet and satirist, was born in London, England. He is considered one of Britain’s greatest poets and is best known for his amorous lifestyle and brilliant use of the English language. Byron was first introduced to Greece when he […]

Analysis: NFL closes in on 1st female he...

FILE – Tampa Bay Buccaneers coach Maral Javadifar reacts before an NFL football game against the New Orleans Saints on Nov. 17, 2019, in Tampa, Florida. Last year, Buccaneers assistant defensive line coach Lori Locust and assistant strength and conditioning coach were the first female coaches on a team to win the Super Bowl. (AP […]

Honoring the Unsung Heroes of Commonweal...

ALEXA BEAN Windham Basketball SECRETARY OF DEFENSE Coach Anne Haky said, “His one-on-one defense and overall IQ for the game is second to none. Alexa protects the other team’s best player, regardless of position. The second year 5-6 moved from Haverhill to Windham when he was 5 years old. Interestingly, she is left-handed except in […]

Healing the planet through moving music:...

Aishwarya Vidhya Raghunath (Photo: Facebook) By Pallavi Nagesha braḥmapraṇava sandhānaṁ nādō jyotirmayaḥ śivaḥ| (Ṇādbindu Upaniṣat) (When we rejoice in the sounds of nature, music becomes salvation) Pallavi Nagesha When was the last time you heard nature sing? Trees, stars and blue hills are meaningless. Melodies float through the air to fill the hills and valleys. […]

The Techcessories trend is a form of coo...

The cool girl archetype has transformed over time, but in 2022 the vision is clear. It is obscure but relatable. She is plugged into the past while looking towards a future of her own making. She rejects trends for functionality, a movement in itself, and has mastered trending techcessories. Imagine an ultra-kitschy ’90s-inspired beaded phone […]

About Roberta Metsola: Why a female lead...

The ink had barely dried on the nomination, with the first 24 hours having barely passed before the Maltese centre-right politician was already “grilled” over her stance on abortion rights. It would be naïve to think that Metsola wouldn’t have seen it coming. Her anti-abortion voting history has made her a controversial candidate. But why […]

City Week: Weekly Picks | city ​​week

Click to enlarge Editor’s note: While we’re excited to see Tucsonians coming together again for fun events, we’re also aware that the variants are being widely released. Consider getting your COVID shot if you haven’t already. A new start at the Wilde Meyer Gallery. Although sometimes it feels like 2022 is already moving at the […]

The 21st Century Yiddish Bard

The first times I heard Daniel Kahn sing, I had the feeling that he belonged to another era. That sentiment had little to do with his Yiddish songs, or his Jewish work songs, or his accordion, or his lush diction and rhyme that I associated with romantic poets of the 19th century. It was something […]

Girls on Top, the new collaboration betw...

Who doesn’t love a pop music collaboration? By combining multiple popular artists together, fans can see their favorite characters interact in unique ways. However, there are times when the execution of a crossover falls short of expectations. This mentality is demonstrated in SM Entertainment’s new supergroup, Girls on Top, which combines the talents of popular […]

Italian Baroque with Circa (Australian B...

Rippling blue gauze hid the backstage of City Recital Hall, the traditional “shoebox” concert hall that provided traditional classical ensembles with a near-ideal performance arena for two decades. From behind the gauze came tantalizing sounds – footsteps, chairs moving, pages turning, and faint sounds of fingers testing the strings for tuning. Then, with the entrance […]

In memory of André Leon Talley, fashion

When he wasn’t in our fashion meetings pulling faces of extreme disapproval or giddy enthusiasm (he had the springy face of a vaudeville comedian), André always seemed to be somewhere exciting, doing something exciting thing. Shooting Madonna in Patrick Kelly’s handkerchief-skirted dress with her fist in a bowl of popcorn; or Iman at the Ritz […]

Maggie Smith’s Best Movie and TV Roles

Robert Altman’s “Gosford Park” is an ensemble, thriller murder mystery set on a sprawling English estate in the 1930s. A weekend filming party turns deadly when the party’s host is dead. As the police work to find out who killed him, the invisible but all-seeing servants offer clues to the motives of the elite guests. […]

Why so serious? – Lagniappe Mobile

Pictures | facebook.com/Serious-Sam-BarrettYaDig-Records-185802254796469 Band: Serious Sam Barrett & James the FangDate: Sunday, January 23 at 7 p.m.Location: Callaghan Irish Social Club, 916 Charleston Street, callaghansirishsocialclub.comTickets: $8 at the door As Mardi Gras madness draws closer, Mobile prepares for a flood of loud, festive music. Callaghan’s will provide the calm before the storm with a show […]

Maharana Pratap – Victor in life and in

India oi-Prakash KL | Updated: Wednesday, January 19, 2022, 7:12 PM [IST] “Our dead never died for us until we forgot them”: George Eliot Maharana Pratap remains forever etched in our collective consciousness. He breathed hislast this day 425 years ago in Chavand. Of several thousand years of history of the subcontinents, having a galaxy […]

The best nature and countryside books of...

The last 12 months have been exceptionally good for nature and countryside books. From memoirs to nature writing and from historical insight to folklore, there have been wonderful additions to the ideal country library. The BBC Countryfile Magazine team and regular contributors have picked the books that have impressed them the most this year, from […]

40% of women have less than $100 in thei...

Bank / Savings Account An alarming number of women have little or no money in their bank accounts, according to a recent GOBankingRates survey. Forty percent of women have $100 or less in their savings account compared to only 26% of men. Additionally, women are more likely to report having less in their checking accounts, […]

Henry Louis Gates Jr. Gets New ‘Making B

PBS and WETA announced today Making America Black: Through the Vine, a four-part series from executive producer, host, and writer Professor Henry Louis Gates, Jr., will premiere in fall 2022 on PBS stations nationwide. In this latest series from the acclaimed Harvard researcher and documentarian, Gates and director Stacey L. Holman chronicle the vast social […]

How to Make the Most of Portland’s Aweso

The 10-day Fertile Ground Festival of New Works may look like a terrific bunch of 37 Portland-based creative acts of theatre, dance, puppetry, circus, stop-motion animation, multidisciplinary arts, improvisation, spoken word, animation, music and—last!—designed the theater, but when it comes to sifting through it all, do what festival organizer Nicole Lane does. “If a person […]

Bernard F. Reilly, famous historian, wri...

Bernard F. Reilly, 96, a leading medieval history expert, activist professor at Villanova University and prolific award-winning writer, died Saturday, December 11 of congestive heart failure at his home in Broomall. Dr. Reilly was professor of history at Villanova from 1955 to 1992, and he taught courses and seminars on the Renaissance, the Reformation, the […]

The 5 Best TV Shows Right Now: Yellowjac...

This week, we say goodbye to three series that highlight three different ways to hit hard in today’s age of television. There are yellow jackets, a weekly release that has gained steam (and theories) throughout its season, station eleven which featured paired episode drops on a major platform, and The extent, which (despite being a […]

Reclaiming the Legacy of Anna Bunina, Ru...

In 1808, she completed and published translations from French into Russian of Abbé Batte. rules of poetry and Nicolas Boileau-Depreo science of poetry. In 1809, she published her own collection of poetry, The inexperienced muse, with a second volume sharing the same title following in 1812. By the time she Collected works published in 1819, […]

How Marvel Turned An Avenger’s Childhood

Today, find out how Patsy Walker’s comic book past was retroactively incorporated into the Marvel Universe. In “Our Lives Together,” I highlight some of the most interesting examples of shared comic book universes. You know, crossovers that aren’t exactly crossings. RELATED: Suicide Squad’s Peacemaker & Deathstroke Is Too Weird For The DCEU PATSY WALKER DEBUTS […]

Grayton Road Tavern, Shaker Heights, Buc...

Welcome to the latest installment of FreshWater Cleveland’s “Who’s Hiring” series, where we profile growing companies with open positions, what they’re looking for, and how to apply. Please send your latest job boards and job postings to [email protected]. Fairfax Renaissance DevelopmentFairfax Renaissance Development Corporation (FRDC) is seeking a Home Energy Assistance Program (HEAP) Intake Specialist […]

Lafayette commemorates Martin Luther Kin...

As the cars pulled into the Centaurus High School parking lot, music from the band Fruta Brutal greeted guests with a bilingual mix of English and Spanish indie rock music. The Boulder-based group was among the first of a long list of speakers and performers at Lafayette’s 17th annual Martin Luther King Jr. event, which […]

They revived Rajasthan’s legacy for busi

A new vocabulary has emerged with an explosion of young and vibrant energies reinterpreting what heritage and culture represent in Rajasthan. Sustainability, restoration and renaissance have seen an overhaul by entrepreneurs turned hoteliers, artists, artisans. Anopura Resort stands out as a fine example – private villas built with local materials, courtyards that are both functional […]

An anthology of comics by the best Spani...

Voices That Count, a Spanish anthology featuring stories of women discussing their struggles and victories, is getting an English release from IDW. The Spanish Anthology Voices that matter will obtain an English translation through IDW Publishing. This comedy anthology features nine stories of women exploring the hardships they’ve faced as well as moments of empowerment. […]

President Cal in Havana | OnCubaNews En...

During the first three decades of the 20th century, American presidents were not characterized by trips to Latin America, a natural backyard in the context of the Monroe Doctrine, but populated by situations and characters they thought they knew because that they were similar in the south. of the Union, in an emblematic area of […]

Calderon joins IndyCar as 1st woman to d...

By JENNA FRYER, AP Auto Racing Editor Tatiana Calderon will drive for AJ Foyt Racing this season as the first woman to regularly compete in the IndyCar series since 2013. The Colombian will drive a third Indy car for Foyt on road and road courses alongside Dalton Kellett and Indy Lights champion Kyle Kirkwood. A […]

Socialite Arts Organization Comes Home t...

San Antonio-based nonprofit Musical Bridges Around the World (MBAW) arts organization is known for its ongoing mission to build bridges between nations through music. However, racial tensions exacerbated by the 2020 Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd and the ensuing protests caused MBAW to turn his attention home, seeking to bridge the understanding gaps between […]

Ilford’s Hannah Lowe wins Costa Book Awa

Published: 10:04 17 January 2022 A poet and teacher from Ilford has won a national award for her sonnets about studying at Barking and Dagenham. Hannah Lowe topped the poetry category at the 2021 Costa Book Awards with her collection The Kids. The 45-year-old started writing the poems that became a collection of 66 sonnets […]

Column: ‘Abbott Elementary’ proves it’s

Although only three episodes, “Abbott Elementary” has become my new favorite show. The “mockumentary” style sitcom follows the workday of teachers at a Philadelphia public school – letting viewers in on the ongoing chaos they create and face on a daily basis. The show also marks another milestone in the career of Quinta Brunson – […]

‘No more men hating men,’ shout Korean a

Bae In-kyu, leader of Man on Solidarity, one of South Korea’s most active anti-feminist groups, leads a rally in Seoul on December 12. (Photo: The New York Times) SEOUL: They have manifested themselves whenever women have stood up against sexual violence and gender bias in South Korea. Dozens of young men, mostly dressed in black, […]

“Kaifi and Shaukat’s camaraderie made me

Shabana Azmi on his dear father and great poet, thinker Kaifi Azmi It is said that a father is a daughter’s first hero, that larger-than-life character who is her window on the outside world and on the inner world. At an early age, Shabana Azmi too learned to see the world through the lens of […]

A Hawkeye Fanship of Yelena and Kate Bis...

Fans of Disney’s Hawkeye series have shipped Yelena Belova and Kate Bishop as their dream LGBTQ+ couple. But that shouldn’t happen. One thing that Disney Hawk Eye made it clear how much Marvel fans love Kate Bishop and Yelena Belova. In fact, there’s a call to seeing these two heroines in a romantic relationship, as […]

75 Years’ celebrates the historic milest

Dennis Adler and the Ferrari Spa Although Enzo Ferrari had built winning racing cars for Alfa Romeo for years before, it was not until after World War II in 1947 that he founded his eponymous automobile company and built the first automobile in Ferrari brand. Thus, 2022 marks the 75th anniversary since that historic date, […]

FG travels to celebrate Nigerian women w...

JMinister for Women’s Affairs, Pauline Tallen, said Nigerian women writers will be celebrated at the International Women’s Day event. International Women’s Day is Tuesday, March 8 and it is a global day celebrating the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. Tallen who made it known during the presentation of the book of Invoking […]

Ashes live scores, Ashes schedule, Ashes...

After another slump in England batting in Hobart, British pundits gave scathing reviews of the team’s top order, saying the batter “virtually gave up”. The tour team was eliminated for 188 after starting the day on the pitch and ending it with the ball in hand. Joe Root provided the only resistance in the upper […]

POETRY: CUTTING THE MONARCHS – Journal

Metaphors are invented to negotiate the weird, weird, and weird emotional situations that each of us has to deal with, repeatedly or sporadically, in our personal and sociopolitical lives. The title of Harris Khalique’s latest Urdu poetry anthology, Hairaan Sar-i-Bazaar [Amazed/Confounded in the Marketplace] is one of those complex metaphors. It seems logical to think […]

How I Define Bitcoin Generational Wealth

Beyond the numbers, what is “generational wealth” and how does bitcoin help achieve it? Bitcoin Generational Wealth – The Prelude This article was inspired by fellow Bitcoiner, @chadlupkes and his constructive criticism of my first post on generational wealth. My first article was too much about generational wealth calculations in his humble opinion and I […]

Meet Deep Cova: Trina Drummer + Rick Ros...

Jersey City resident Anthony Brown, who goes by the name Deep Cova, has had quite a remarkable career in the music industry, and he’s still living his dream. Working for musical artists like Trina and Rick Ross, Deep has worked hard to get to where he is today while striving to make a difference in […]

Local poet Janelle Cordero publishes thi...

While the past two years have had their dark periods, local poet Janelle Cordero has found solace in the extra time at home. Introverted through and through, she has continued to thrive creatively during the pandemic. His latest collection of poetry, “Impossible Years”, is the result. “Spending a lot of time in my brain, all […]

Terry Teachout, art critic with a wide r...

Terry Teachout, a cultural critic who, in his columns for the Wall Street Journal, Daily News and other publications, has put his global intelligence to work on Broadway, ballet, bluegrass and virtually every art form intermediaries, died Thursday at a friend’s home in Smithtown, NY, on Long Island. He was 65 years old. His brother, […]

All the Mad Max Movies and Australians &

news, latest news, Mad Max, Private Capital, National Film and Sound Archive, Australians & Hollywood Mad Max (1979), a film made during the Australian cinema revival of the 1970s, could have seen an unlikely international blockbuster. Its lead actor was an unknown American-born and there were no big names in the cast. Its director and […]

15 great Chinese dramas to binge on

Before squid game ranked number one in 94 countries, with 142 million viewers and more than 3 billion minutes watched, History of Yanxi Palace was in 70 countries with 700 million viewers in a single day, reaching over 15 billion views and becoming Google’s most searched show of 2018, even though Google is not available […]

Rajdeep Sardesai’s tribute to Kamal Khan

How Kamal conquered people We once went to meet Mayawati in the morning and she was in a bad mood. I struggled with his guards who wouldn’t allow us in, Kamal bhai just smiled and won them over. On another occasion, when SP supporters were heckling in front of the UP assembly and threatening to […]

The Recorder – A heroine’s dilemma and a

GREENFIELD – Wendy Sibbison is not your typical writer. The Greenfield resident spent 35 years as a lawyer, mostly on appeal. She enjoyed writing even as a young woman. She recently told me, “I thought I could support myself as a poet as an advocate for the poor.” His legal work was taking up more […]

Works Entering the Public Domain Offer t...

Lisa Williams, Adult Services Coordinator at the Moline Public Library, shows the website customers can access for information about the federal Affordable Care Act and the Illinois health insurance market. Librarians in Quad-Cities have received special training to help consumers. After months of dealing with water leaks that could damage thousands of books and other […]

January 14, 2022 – Multiversity comics

Welcome to The Rundown, our daily breakdown of the comedy news we missed from the day before. A link to share? Email our team at [email protected] In case you missed it, Mignolaversity took a look at July’s “Hellboy” collections and interviewed Rob Williams about “The Sword of Hyperborea.” We also got exclusive previews of “We […]

How the Summer of Love started at Human ...

Counterculture icon Allen Ginsberg once told the press that he didn’t like the word “hippie” or “square” because we’re just human beings. While Ginsberg’s comments may seem naïve today, in 1967 this philosophy of universal love and brotherhood was the driving force behind a groundbreaking event that would spark the Summer of Love and forever […]

Review: George Clooney pays third hit fo...

“The Tender Bar” just earned Ben Affleck a deserved SAG Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor, but it’s not Oscar bait that trades audience connection for praise. OMCP’s Jason Fraley reviews “The Tender Bar” “The Tender Bar” just earned Ben Affleck a deserved SAG Award nomination for Best Supporting Actor, but it’s not Oscar bait […]

At Culpeper Inn during outage, local wom...

The kindness of strangers helped Nancy Lagasse weather the recent extended power outage that forced her away from her Culpeper home for five nights. Like thousands of others in the county, she lost lights and heat on the morning of Jan. 3 as winter storm Frida rolled in unexpectedly, knocking out the power grid and […]

China steps up crackdown in Xinjiang and...

In 2021, China intensified its crackdown on ethnic minorities in Tibet and the northwestern region of Xinjiang, severely restricting freedom of religion and pursuing coercive assimilation policies aimed at creating a single national identity, an official said Thursday. advocacy group. State actions in Xinjiang in particular constituted “crimes against humanity”, with abuses including mass detentions […]

A conversation with the author of My Sum...

Rachel Van Dyken is a New York Times #1 bestselling author, wife, mother of two, and a prolific writer with a devoted fanbase she has earned over the years writing great stories. Last month, she launched a novel that is unlike anything she’s ever written: My Summer in Seoul. And it was opted for television […]

Digital Islanders Due to COVID

CTALK – Cito Beltran – Star from the Philippines January 14, 2022 | 00h00 “No man is an island,” wrote 17th-century English poet John Donne, stressing the need for nations and peoples “to come closer to one another and to God.” The civilized world embraced these words as essential to global peace and survival, until […]

today in history | OMCP News

Today in History Today is Thursday, January 13, the 13th day of 2022. There are 352 days left in… Today in history Today is Thursday, January 13, the 13th day of 2022. There are 352 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On January 13, 2021, President Donald Trump was impeached by the […]

The new ‘Scream’ looks more like a gasp

Tom Santilli is a respected journalist and member of the Critics Choice Association, Detroit Film Critics Society and Online Film Critics Society since 2010. Tom is the executive producer and co-host of the syndicated television show, “Film Show More“, which has been on the air for over 20 years in the Metro Detroit and Mid-West […]

NJ Arts Community Celebrates National Ra...

New Jersey Theater Alliance and ArtPride New Jersey’s The Creating Change Network have partnered with the Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Center at Rutgers University-Newark to host arts events statewide to celebrate National Racial Healing Day. The day is a nationwide program coordinated by the WK Kellogg Foundation and is set for Tuesday, January 18, […]

From Miles Davis to Biggie, James Mtume ...

James Mtume defied categorization. During his five-decade career, the Grammy-winning jazz percussionist has been a songwriter, producer, conductor, radio talk show host, political activist, and the musical foundation of hip’s greatest anthem. -hop. Indeed, the native of Philadelphia, who died on January 9 at 76, was a disruptor even as a child. “The first time […]

Meet these women who won the prestigious...

Sahitya Akademi recently announced the Sahitya Akademi Awards 2021. Awards were presented in 20 Indian languages, with winners in Gujarati, Maithili, Manipuri and Urdu to be revealed later. The Sahitya Akademi Awards 2021 were awarded to seven books of poetry, two novels, five short stories, two plays, and one book each of biography, autobiography, review […]

Modi on the occasion of National Youth D...

New Delhi: Addressing National Youth Day on Wednesday, Prime Minister Narendra Modi said: “Today, if Indian youth are interested in technology, there is also an awareness of democracy. Today, if Indian youth have the power to work, there is also the clarity of the future. That is why, what India says today, the world considers […]

The weird, fun and fascinating stories b...

Cupertino When the town was looking for its official name in 1898, they chose to name it Cupertino Creek, nearby. The stream, in turn, had been named by Franciscan priests after Saint Joseph of Cupertino. Joseph has been said to be “remarkably clever” but able to levitate, a claim that modern historians are seriously indignant […]

Black-Owned Bee Infinite Publishing Anth...

Cover from the founders of Bee Infinite Publishing and Future Splendor Anthology Bee Infinite Publishing and CatStone Books Bee Infinite Publishing launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund three BIPOC anthologies Each project highlights the creative talents of emerging and award-winning voices living in the city of Los Angeles, across the country and abroad. – Bee […]