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Apple TV+ Editor-in-Chief The problem with Jon Stewart moves to Disney’s 20th Television. Chelsea Devantez — who also hosts the Celebrity Book Club podcast – has signed an overall deal at the studio, under which she will write and produce comedy projects and oversee other writers. She will leave The problem to work on the […]

Angelo State to Host 25th ASU Writers Co...

Naomi Shihab Nye will be the guest speaker this year. SAN ANGELO, Texas – Angelo State University announced that award-winning author and poet Naomi Shihab Nye will be the featured speaker at the 25th ASU Writers’ Conference honoring Elmer Kelton. The two-day conference is scheduled for March 3-4 on the ASU campus. Nye will give […]

Talk of the ton: How The Tatler paved th...

The bridesmaids were always magnetic. And the best known of the 18th century was Elizabeth Chudleigh, subject of my book The Duchess Countess. She was written off first because of her beauty, then her love life, then her (lack of) clothes on the Georgian equivalent of the red carpet – and, most frantically, during her […]

The Bookseller – Rights – The title lift

Headline acquired Courtiers: the power hidden behind the crown speak Time’ royal correspondent Valentine Low. Senior editor Fiona Crosby has acquired UK and Commonwealth rights from Toby Mundy at Aevitas. North American rights were acquired by Charles Spicer, editor of St Martin’s Press. courtiers will be released in hardcover, e-book and audiobook on September 29, […]

The bookseller – News – The title lifts

Headline acquired Courtiers: the power hidden behind the crown speak Times’ royal correspondent Valentine Low. Senior editor Fiona Crosby has acquired UK and Commonwealth rights from Toby Mundy at Aevitas. North American rights were acquired by Charles Spicer, editor of St Martin’s Press. courtiers will be released in hardcover, e-book and audiobook on September 29, […]

Love, hope and life through the eyes of ...

Women have marked art since the dawn of time, despite the challenges and restrictions imposed on them, and literature is no exception. In honor of Women’s History Month, celebrate books created by women telling diverse, emotional and heartfelt stories of grief, joy and pain. Here are eight books by women authors who have shaped and […]

Emory to host poet Marilyn Chin for an o...

ATLANTE Emory University is set to host a virtual reading by poet Marilyn Chin to celebrate Women’s History Month. The online reading at 3 p.m. on March 13 is free and open to the public. Those who wish to participate can register online to receive a link to view it. Born in Hong Kong and […]

Daryl Hall shares live from Daryl’s hous

After announcing his very first solo retrospective Before after (Legacy Recordings) and first solo tour in a decade – both kicking off April 1 – today, Daryl Hall shared one of the collection’s never-before-seen exclusive tracks, a recording of the Eurythmics classic “Here Comes The Rain Again,” performed with that song’s co-writer and longtime Hall […]

Namara: a poet and speaker in the making

By Lilian Ndilwa One of the upcoming young talents in the world of poetry and public speaking is Namara Lwansa. Namara, who is a fourth-grade student at Feza Girl Secondary School, started writing poems when she was just 10 years old after an English teacher tasked the whole class with writing a poem. The 15-year-old […]

Marvel Introduces New Gender-Swapped Moo...

A preview of Marvel’s Avengers Forever #3 features a female version of Moon Knight. Moon Knight will be joining the Avengers of the Multiverse, but it’s not Marc Spector who wears the cape. An overview for avengers forever #3 features a female version of the Fist of the Khonshu. Named Mariama Spector, it is unknown […]

Literary calendar for the week of Februa...

February 26 – New collections of poetry, a new novel and prison essays make up this week’s literary calendar: JOYCE SUTPHEN: The former Minnesota State Poet Laureate presents her new collection of poetry, ‘This Long Winter’, composed of poems reflecting on life in the rural world: reflections on hard work, aging and the ravages time. […]

Elusive Narrator Navigates Scandal and O...

This morally complicated and deliberately provocative campus romance begins with an attention-grabbing prologue: a handsome, unconscious, half-naked 40-year-old man is tied to a chair. The woman watching him is an English teacher, which becomes clear when she describes the moment before the man wakes up as “a perfect example of liminality.” Her students love the […]

The Dudley’s Machinations Make Game of T

It’s the gripping story of the ever-fluctuating fortunes of three generations of the Dudley dynasty, servants – and sometimes rivals – of the Crown in the 16th century. As Joanne Paul observes in her captivating biography of an extraordinary family, “If fate, Fortuna, Nemesis, or God had made even the slightest adjustment to their orchestration […]

Impressive second installment of speaker...

Partner Content oi-Oneindia Staff | Updated: Saturday, February 26, 2022, 9:53 AM [IST] The 15th edition of the Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF) is set to go hybrid in 2022. The literary extravaganza will be streamed online from March 5-14 and held on the ground from March 10-14. Offers an immersive literature experience With a plethora […]

Disney’s Haunted Mansion Is Getting Your

Like the 2003 film starring Eddie Murphy, the new “Haunted Mansion” film will be based on Disneyland’s beloved ride through a mansion said to contain 999 hauntings. Yet, while that movie was a flop, this one looks a whole lot more interesting. With a bit of luck. The plot is still largely under wraps, but […]

Aloy from Horizon Forbidden West is once...

To celebrate the recent release of Horizon Forbidden West on PlayStation platforms, protagonist Aloy has returned to the Fortnite Item Shop. A week after the release of Forbidden Horizon West on PS4 and PS5, series protagonist Aloy has once again entered the Item Shop in fortnite. As many may remember, Aloy first hit the island […]

Teignmouth players prepare for dream nig...

Printed and digital download photos available Teignmouth players are set to reprise their well-known and beloved Ice Factory Studio Theater performances of The Bard’s works; William Shakespeare. Fittingly, so close to Valentine’s Day, the main overriding theme of the room they have chosen is Love. A Midsummer Night’s Dream is one of Shakespeare’s most performed […]

Priyanka furious at American comedian fo...

Bollywood to Hollywood actress Priyanka Chopra is always in the news for something or the other. Just a few days ago, American comedian Rosie O’Donnell apologized to Priyanka as she considered her the daughter of famous poet Deepak Chopra. Upon realizing her mistake, she demanded an apology from the desi girl on social media. Priyanka […]

Travel: come to Hampton Court

“Why don’t you come to court? asked the 16th-century poet John Skelton, who noted that, while the king’s court “should have excellence”, Hampton Court, then owned by Cardinal Thomas Wolsey, “has pre-eminence”. It is therefore perhaps unsurprising that Wolsey was “persuaded” in due course to turn it over to Henry VIII. Today, you can tour […]

Is there such a thing as black thought?

Trotter enrolled in college in Millersville, 75 miles from Philadelphia, but music called him back to town: he met fellow rapper, Malik B., who would join the Roots crew; a year later they were performing in Europe, freestyling to sax and trumpet solos. Back in Philadelphia, Trotter lived in an apartment with books and musicians […]

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Brings Back...

Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles fans of a certain age will almost certainly remember the first time a new addition to the group was made when 1997’s Ninja Turtles: The Next Mutation added female turtle Venus de Milo to the together. The live-action television series only lasted one season and almost all traces of the turtle […]

Fascinating Facts About Langston Hughes

Langston Hughes was not only a famous black poet, novelist, playwright, and journalist who helped define New York’s Harlem Renaissance, he was also an activist who reflected the multifaceted life of the black community. Often called “the people’s poet”, he had an uncanny talent for depicting the joy, sorrow, struggles and victories of his people […]

Dream nights with the Teignmouth Players

In the Teignmouth Players performance of A Midsummer Night’s Dream, Nicole Davall plays Titania and Ben Butler-Cole plays Oberon Printed and digital download photos available Teignmouth players are set to reprise their well-known and beloved Ice Factory Studio Theater performances of The Bard’s works; William Shakespeare. Fittingly, so close to Valentine’s Day, the main overriding […]

Every Hugh Jackman Movie Ranked From Wor...

Hugh Jackman’s first real bombshell, “Van Helsing,” was a movie that actually made a decent amount of money thanks to the actor’s burgeoning reputation at the time. But given its intentions as a blockbuster designed to launch franchises and birth sequels, it was a CG disaster that felt like a horror movie in more ways […]

Jerry Summers: Dipping in the McCallie S...

One of my self-proclaimed critics, who happens to be a distinguished alumnus of the highly respected McCallie School on Dobbs Avenue, has often commented unfavorably on my articles as a writer by virtue of his sense of humor. self-imposed. He has often suggested that I have over-emphasized topics related to two of my alma maters […]

The Making of a Poet – The New Indian Ex

Express press service CHENNAI: Recognition is hard to come by for those actively working in the field of Tamil literature. Even people like Bharathi died without receiving rewards during his lifetime. Puthumaipithan followed the same path; today we celebrate his works as bestsellers. Likewise, there are so many who have given their lives for literature. […]

Review: (Re)Present Monologue Night – Un

Student Wrote and Performed Fascinating Dramatic Voices Reimaging of Renaissance Drama How did Rosaline behave after Romeo moved on to Juliet? What did Caliban think of the dispossession of his island once Prospero landed? Why didn’t Macbeth’s doorman do anything when he heard murderous screams? If you have ever asked yourself any of these questions, […]

Fast Lane shooting victims ‘uncooperativ

By Don Fletchernews editor Atmore Police investigators are at a standstill as they try to unravel the circumstances surrounding the January 10 shooting at the Fast Lane convenience store on Jack Springs Road.ODA detectives would have all the physical evidence they need to support their case. They simply can’t get the cooperation […]

Equestrian monuments: read the poetry of...

Luis Chaves (born in 1969), is a Costa Rican poet, considered one of the leading figures of contemporary Costa Rican poetry. After studying agronomy at the University of Costa Rica, he started working as a freelance writer. His first collection of poems, El Anonymous, was published by Editorial Guayacán in 1996. Since then, his more […]

Holbein at the Morgan Library in New Yor...

Hans Holbein’s painting of Simon George (c.1535-40) . . . © Horst Ziegenfusz . . . and his sketch of the same subject (circa 1535) © Royal Collection Trust/Her Majesty Queen Elizabeth II New York’s Morgan Library mistitled its exhilarating exhibit Holbein: capturing the character. Hans Holbein the Younger, virtuoso portrait painter of to let […]

Four exclusive NHL games on ESPN, ABC an...

ABC Hockey Saturday debuts this week with the showdown between the New York Rangers and the Pittsburgh Penguins Metro Division Tuesday, February 22: New York Islanders vs. Seattle Kraken on ESPN+ and Hulu Thursday, February 24: Washington Capitals vs. New York Rangers on ESPN; Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Florida Panthers on ESPN+ and Hulu Thursday’s […]

Tinx on dating, her boyfriend’s illness

In a West Hollywood cafe on a sunny Valentine’s morning, everyone knows Tinx. Baristas greet her like a dear friend and gorgeous girls in sportswear rush up to say hello. Tinx, real name Christina Najjar, also wears activewear: a raspberry leggings and sports bra combo with sheepskin-lined Birkenstocks; a gray sweatshirt with a dark green […]

Aleister Crowley, the baddest climber of...

“], “filter”: { “nextExceptions”: “img, blockquote, div”, “nextContainsExceptions”: “img, blockquote”} }”> Receive $50 off a qualifying purchase of $100 at the Outside Shop, where you’ll find gear for all your outdoor adventures. >”,”name”:”in-content-cta”,”type”:”link”}}”>Sign up for Outside+ today. Aleister Crowley (12 October 1875 – 1 December 1947), was an English mountaineer, better known as an occultist […]

The front line may be in Ukraine… but it

Before we can begin to understand what is happening in Ukraine, we must first understand Vladimir Putin’s view of truth and lies. Putin, as a former KGB Colonel, was brought up in a system where lies are not mistakes or just lies. Lies are a control strategy. The idea is to tell so many versions […]

National Theater announces new shows inc...

The National Theater has unveiled a plethora of new productions as well as plans for those postponed by the pandemic, slated to premiere this summer. Catherine Parkinson (The computer crowd) and John Heffernan (Dracula) will star in a new production of A lot of noise for nothing courtesy of Simon Godwin (Romeo and Juliet). Running […]

International Women’s Day Quotes: Inspir

International Women’s Day is fast approaching (March 8). Before the big date, we looked at the key events being held for the date; we discussed women-led businesses you can support and we also looked at media (books, podcasts and shows) created by and for women. Today we want to discuss inspirational quotes, adjacent to International […]

I didn’t come to cry

Mahbub Alam Chowdhury (1927-2007) “> Mahbub Alam Chowdhury (1927-2007) In her memoirs, translated into English as An Unknown Woman (2016), Jowshan Ara Rahman describes how the first poem of February 21, 1952 was written. Mahbub Alam Chowdhury, to whom she was engaged, was the editor of Chittagong monthly magazine Shimanto and host of Chattagram Zilla […]

Debbie Millman explains why design matte...

Makes sense. I had a counselor in college, and because I was always trying to do a lot of different things, she said, “You can’t be all versions of yourself at once. But I feel like your career is so intertwined, he’s a high-level example of someone who’s actually successful. Well, I think I might […]

Book Review: ‘Crown & Scepter’ – A Quick

By Thomas Filbin Crown and Scepter is generally entertaining, and it has the educational benefit of helping readers keep straight the Williams, Henrys, Edwards and Georges who held the ancient throne. Crown & Scepter: A New History of the British Monarchy, from William the Conqueror to Elizabeth II by Tracy Borman. Grove/Atlantic, 555 pages, $32. […]

Hush Hush web series release date, OTT, ...

Hush Hush is a highly anticipated upcoming thriller web series releasing soon, which is led by an almost all-female cast and crew. This is a multi-star series that brings together many talented and award-winning actresses in one setting, who will tell the story of women’s survival in the patriarchal society. Each episode of this drama […]

Manchester City of Literature presents n...

(From left to right): Ali Al-Jamri, Anjum Malik, Jova Bagioli Reyes Submitted by Tom McGarva Manchester City Multilingual Poets’ inaugural team has been announced ahead of International Mother Language Day on February 21. Three poets have been appointed by Manchester City of Literature and its partners to produce a series of original works on behalf […]

A revolution of our own

The Fourth Industrial Revolution is one of the most important events in recent history. This not only changed the contours of Britain’s political economy, but also put Europe well ahead of the rest of the world. The industrial revolution is the result of a scientific vision which was a popular characteristic of the Renaissance (18th […]

Why Stephenie Meyer Didn’t Write Another

Stephenie Meyer has no plans to add novels to the Twilight mythos anytime soon, but why doesn’t she want to revisit the profitable franchise? Despite the dusk big-money films worldwide, fans are unlikely to see a new novel set in the franchise’s fictional universe anytime soon. When author Stephenie Meyer started writing the dusk novels, […]

Language worries Bengali in West Bengal

Why worry about your language? Since the last decades of the last century, a new anxiety has descended upon humanity – that of the endurance, decay and death of language. For all the latest news, follow the Daily Star’s Google News channel. “How long will my language live?” ask a lot of people. “Can we […]

Time flies when you’re having fun: New A

The big picture – By Glynn Wilson – WASHINGTON, DC — They say time flies when you’re having fun. Of course, it has become a cliché. The Roman poet Virgil first alluded to this phenomenon in Latin, in Georgics Book 3using the line “fugit inreparabile tempus” which means, in plain English, “time escapes and is […]

Dan Graham, groundbreaking conceptual ar...

The artist, Dan Graham, died this weekend in New York. Graham’s influence over the past half-century as a writer, photographer, architect, sculptor, filmmaker and performance artist is a great loss to the contemporary art world. Since the 1960s, his groundbreaking efforts in video, installation and audience participation – including legendary and conflicting works like Performer/Audience/Mirror […]

Football Comes Home with Moorcroft at th...

A WOMAN writer, a men’s football team. No, I’m not talking about novelist Val McDermid’s tentative intervention following her beloved Raith Rovers’ recent signing of striker and (according to a civil court finding) rapist David Goodwillie. Rather, I am referring to Moorcroft, the debut play by young Renfrewshire-born playwright and actress Eilidh Loan. Contrary to […]

FICTION: THE PRINCE OF CASANOVA – Journa

Genji Ki Kahaani [The Tale of Genji] is the Urdu translation of the Japanese classic Genji Monogatari by Murasaki Shikibu. The original was written – according to the book’s foreword – around 1000-1012 CE during the Heian Empire period (794-1185 CE) and reputed to be the first novel ever written. The eminent scholar Baqar Naqvi […]

Why Spartan Men Had Such Long, Beautiful...

An ancient Greek vase depicting warriors with long flowing locks. Credit: public domain In ancient Greece, hair was an important indicator of class and place of origin. Notably, Spartan men were known for their long, flowing hair, which became linked to ancient warriors of antiquity. While many would not associate long, beautiful hair with the […]

Donald Glover victim of racial slurs whi...

Reviews and recommendations are unbiased and products are independently selected. Postmedia may earn an affiliate commission on purchases made through links on this page. Content of the article Donald Glover suffered racial abuse while filming ‘Atlanta’. Content of the article The 38-year-old actor was filming the third season of his comedy-drama series in London when […]

Esi Edugyan: “At school in Canada, slave

Esi Edugyan, 44, is a Canadian author who was born and raised in Calgary, Alberta. She wrote her first novel, The second life of Samuel Tynein 2004 when she was only 24 years old. In 2011, she won the Scotiabank Giller Prize for her novel Half-Blood Blues and in 2018 she was shortlisted for the […]

Reviews | HBO’s ‘Somebody Somewhere’ an

When we meet Sam, the 40-something protagonist of HBO’s comedy-drama “Somebody Somewhere“, she’s returned to her hometown, Manhattan, Kan., to care for her dying sister — and finds herself stuck there, single, unhappy, struggling with aging parents and a dead-end job. While his other sister runs a tchotchke shop and his friend Joel creates visionboards, […]

not just Beyoncé’s favorite poet

London’s first Young Poet Laureate, Warsan Shire was catapulted into the limelight when her poetry was used in Beyoncé’s 2016 “visual album” film Lemonade. And now comes the 33-year-old’s long-awaited first book – it’s been promised since 2016 – Bless the Daughter Raised by a Voice in Her Head. As in its two previous booklets, […]

HBO’s ‘The Gilded Age’ Tells the Untold,

‘Downton Abbey’ fans rejoiced in Julian Fellowes’ new historical drama ‘The Gilded Age’. Instead of early 20th century London, audiences are transported to the (truly new) New York of 1882, where aristocrats Agnes van Rhijn and Ada Brook reside. Despite the different settings, “The Gilded Age” has much the same aspects as its predecessor: conflict […]

“What you seek is seeking you”

Seven centuries ago, beloved Sufi scholar and poet Jalaluddin Rūmī wrote a line that still resonates with readers around the world today. It is said that he wrote: “What you seek seeks you.” For many, this line reflects the law of attraction – the idea that your thoughts and intentions attract good or bad things […]

Movie Fanatics: These Houston Photograph...

Photographer and Club 1888 organizer Doug Sweet takes a quick photo on iPhone of the film cameras used during the club’s photo walk around the Menil on Sunday October 10, 2021. Photo: Annie Mulligan, Houston Chronicle / Contributor Like vinyl records before it, shooting on film is back in the cultural landscape. There is now […]

Shoshana Johnson, First Black POW, Discu...

Retired US Army specialist Shoshana N. Johnson, who was the United States’ first black POW, discussed veterans’ issues at a forum at the Harvard Institute of Politics on Thursday evening. The event, titled “Public Service and Sacrifice: A Conversation with Shoshana Johnson, America’s First Black Prisoner of War,” was part of the Veterans Impact Initiative, […]

Another Auriemma with a great story to t...

Feb. 17 – Maybe that’s the whole “Auriemma” thing. It’s hard to top his surname as he is so acclaimed. It’s just as difficult to tell her story without the tagline “Geno’s Daughter” deflecting the flow. Let’s start here: Alysa Auriemma is a gifted writer, exemplified perhaps best by an old line from poet Sylvia […]

Forging the future of worship | David A...

Late last month, a New York Times opinion writer wrote about “Why Churches Should Abandon Online Services.” Fortunately, Tish Harrison Warren, priest of the Anglican Church in North America, was not speaking on behalf of the synagogues, although his opinion caught the attention of some observant Jews. Warren’s conclusions might work for her or maybe […]

Aginelo Enterprises LLC Announces Direct...

SAN DIEGO, Feb. 17 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Director/Writer/Producer, Angelo Lobo, (Romeo misses a payment) will be participating in the first film finance event of the year, to be held in the UK, March 22-24, 2022 (https://filmfinanceforum.co.uk). Aginelo Productions (www.aginelo.com) announces that their detective feature script, BLUE RUNNING, is now in pre-production as they seek […]

Lynn Buckle wins Barbellion Award; Iris...

Critics in The Irish Times this Saturday are Keith Duggan on Rob Davies’ Jackpot and Patrick Foster’s Might Bite; Mia Levitin on We Were Young by Niamh Campbell; Seán Hewitt on Best New Poetry; Wendy Erskine on How to Gut a Fish by Sheila Armstrong; Carol Ballantine on Mia Döring’s Any Girl; Paul Howard in […]

Ambitious young women, beware of falling...

Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text size For a very long time in my early adulthood I was obsessed with Gustav Klimt The kiss. I must have first seen it in an art book when I was in high school. The image, painted over a hundred years ago, shows a man and a woman, […]

Stepping into this apartment in Rome is ...

An invitation to Carolina Vincenti’s Roman apartment offers a rare thrill: the serendipity of surprise. The art historian, along with her partner Paolo Scotto di Castelbianco, food and wine critic, is legendary for the highly original get-togethers she organizes in a house furnished with Old World splendor. For a recent dinner, for example, they recreated […]

Amritsar Calling: meet the women who rul...

She walked like a femme fatale lying in wait. Nicely turned, the LV bag clings easily, stones on the fingers and a behavior that goes with it. With good heart, I commented, “Well, well, you look like a girl on the move.” She laughed, “I’m the best.” “And your husband?” I teased. “That’s the rest.” […]

Action! The Met Gala exhibition will hi...

This photo combination shows the filmmakers, top row from left, Janicza Bravo, Sofia Coppola, Julie Dash Tom Ford, bottom row from left, Regina King, Martin Scorsese, Autumn de Wilde and Chloé Zhao, which will be part of the latest Costume Institute exhibition kicking off the gala on May 2. Curator Andrew Bolton announced on Monday […]

‘Chilean Poet’ is a playful novel about

Your appreciation of “Chilean Poet” will depend on how patient you are with the writer-protagonist tendency, a symptom of the autofictional turn. The flow of poets, journalists, and literary types in the novel made me wish that vet Vicente’s cat was going to have a bigger story arc. “Chilean Poet” is most compelling when it […]

Ashley Ray took down ‘Slave Play’ screen

Theo Wargo Over the past few days, critic and comedian Ashley Ray and Tony-nominated playwright Jeremy O. Harris have clashed on Twitter over the Harris controversy. Slave game—a satire involving rape, Granny costumes, overuse of the n-word and abusive visuals, including a black woman being forced to eat cantaloupe off the floor that recently broke […]

A rousing novel follows a brigade of bla...

RISING BLACK CLOUDBy David Wright Falade290 pages. Atlantic Monthly Press. $27. There is nothing luscious in David Wright Faladé’s “Black Cloud Rising”. It is a Civil War novel based on the real experiences of the African Brigade, a unit of black soldiers, including many freed and recently enslaved people, who in 1863 poured into the […]

St Paul’s enters culture cancellation de

“History never sleeps or slumbers,” Ehikhamenor said. “For me to respond to the memorial brass of Admiral Sir Harry Holdsworth Rawson who led British troops in the sacking of the Kingdom of Benin 125 years ago is proof of that. “I hope that we, the descendants of countless thorny and uncomfortable pasts, will begin to […]

“It’s Set Your Eyes Aflame”: two poems f

Poems of Nasir, the Hebrew and Arabic writer. Edited and translated by Alan Elbaum The author of the texts translated here is a Jewish poet and folk artist named Nasir, who achieved local fame in Cairo from the Mamluk era around 1300 CE. After his death he was forgotten. Fortunately, many of his papers ended […]

NHS targets ‘women’ and ‘people with a c

Speaking of the definition, Dr Jane Clare Jones, a feminist writer, said: “I would appreciate that way of putting it. From a public health point of view, it is essential to keep the word “woman” in order to communicate effectively with as many people as possible. “Many women strongly oppose the erasure of the word […]

Our rich history: Outloud Festival comes...

By Raymond G. HebertThomas More University Part 32 of our series, “Retrospect and Vista II”: Thomas More College/University, 1971-2021 It was in the early 1990s that a community-minded retired journalist named Caden Blincoe was working as a volunteer and board member for the Northern Kentucky Literacy Council. His idea of ​​an “Outloud Festival”, at which […]

Faiz’s eldest daughter takes a walk down

“All the years my father lived, he only lived because of my mother,” says Urdu revolutionary poet Faiz Ahmad Faiz’s eldest daughter, Salima Hashmi. Taking a trip down memory lane on her father’s 111th birthday in an interview with the BBC, Salima reflected on the aspects of her childhood that set her apart from everyone […]

‘The Belier Family’ Screenwriter Victori

Victoria Bedos, the creator and co-screenwriter of “La Famille Belier,” the hit French film that was remade into Oscar-nominated Sian Heder’s “CODA,” is set to make her Focus Features/Universal debut in France. For her directorial debut, “Leo and I,” Bedos will once tell the bittersweet story of a teenage girl in an unusual setting, a […]

A poetic journey in a daydream

DR. RATAN BHATTACHARJEE Cecil Day Lewis once wrote: “Poetry is not, except in a very limited sense, a form of self-expression. Who on earth assumes that the pearl expresses the oyster, “Therefore Purbanchal Prakash, who usually publishes serious books of literature, has done a wonderful job in finally coming up with a volume of poetry […]

Living with art in a Belgian house from ...

Fof the steel sculpture of Fabian von Spreckelsen in the garden at the curve of Kaspar Hamacher’s Lounger chair inside the house, there is a compelling assortment of pieces to admire in the Belgian home of the French writer and designer Lise Coirier. “For us, culture is not the icing on the cake, it is […]

Marvel’s 10 Most Influential Modern Writ

Marvel is the current comic book sales leader and one of the biggest names in pop culture, thanks to the MCU. None of this would be possible without the comics, however, and Marvel has done a great job of producing characters and stories that have stood the test of time. Marvel’s creators are some of […]

Bane was secretly cloned in the DC Unive...

While classic Batman villain Bane may have a daughter who is truly his clone, Jim Gordon has uncovered a DC clone conspiracy that goes even further! Warning! Spoilers ahead for Joker #12 DC Comics just revealed a major clone plot involving one of the classic Batman villains, though no one probably noticed until Jim Gordon […]

Black women say goodbye to work and hell...

KKnown as “The Cookie Lady” around Washington DC, Lacey Fisher is famous for her British and German inspired liquor confections. Fisher started Cookie Lane during the 2008 economic crisis, after being laid off from four different jobs as a mortgage checker. “I used up my six months of savings and the rent was due,” says […]

New at the Peter White Public Library | ...

romantic comedy for adults Are you in the mood for love? As Valentine’s Day approaches, there are plenty of romantic fiction books to get you in the mood. Here is just a small sample of what is in the Peter White Public Library. “Well matched” by Jen DeLuca is the third installment in […]

Young authors invited to participate in ...

Building on the continued success of the second competition held in 2020/2021, the Abergavenny Writing Festival is delighted to invite young writers to send in entries for the third Young Writing Competition. In line with the theme of the festival for 2022, young writers “Transformation” (from 3rd to 13th grade) are invited to write about: […]

The Best and Worst of the Art World This...

Crypto Sale Raises $54M – A collaboration between Julian Assange and Pak has raised $54 million to support Assange’s legal defense fund. Sotheby’s will sell CryptoPunks – The biggest cache of punks ever to hit the auction market is coming to Sotheby’s, and it could fetch $30 million. BAYC founders exposed – A Buzzfeed reporter […]

The Academy is not coming back.

There’s never been a list of Oscar nominations quite like this year’s. At first glance, the nominees for the 94th Academy Awards may seem like a step backwards, especially in the more visible categories. Of the 20 actor nominations, only four went to actors of color, down from nine last year, though two this year, […]

The poet Bellinger is the next presenter...

The February 17 event is part of MSU Texas’ Black History Month activities Midwestern State University’s Speakers & Issues series will host poet and educator DeMisty Bellinger at 7 p.m. Thursday, Feb. 17 at MSU Texas’ Wichita Falls Museum of Art. The event is also sponsored by the MOSAIC Cross Cultural Center and the MSU […]

The best classical music and opera CDs a...

DVD Verdi – Rigoletto: Maggio Musicale Fiorentino ★★★☆☆ Verdi’s drama about the court jester who plots revenge on courtiers and the duke who mock him, but thereby causes the death of his beloved daughter, is certainly one of his darkest. In many productions the gloom is softened by a lavishly period setting, but in this […]

What happens on safari shouldn’t stay on

Yet McCalman, a cultural historian who has published books on science and the natural environment, paints a sympathetic picture of a woman who lived at a time when her gender ensured her life was contained and reduced. It examines the moral challenges faced by those who study animals, sharpening the tale of a long-forgotten fearless […]

Environmentalist Ravi Chopra resigns as ...

Dehradun: Expressing disappointment at the ‘brazen widening of roads’ clearance granted in the environmentally fragile Himalayas, Ravi Chopra, Chairman of the Supreme Court-appointed High Level Committee (HPC) on the all-weather road project Char Dham, submitted his resignation from the HPC for the post of Secretary General of the Supreme Court on Thursday. The main reason […]

Become the CEO of your life with the Lay...

Brittani Hunt and Tanisha Carothers couldn’t find a planner to meet the needs of all aspects of their lives, so they created one. These two ladies met at Tennessee State University in 2007. They bonded and bonded over the promise of Delta Sigma Theta sorority. They became great friends and eventually decided to start a […]

‘It’s not going to take it’: Respected S

When Peter Nguany Machar works in his garden, he sings for his plants. When he walks away, it’s as if the leaves are curling up in his absence. “It always seems like the leaves are reaching out to her,” said Nyamuon “Moon” Nguany Machar, her daughter. “They are used to the language of my father’s […]

EarthBound and EarthBound Beginnings Ann...

Update 2/9 2:35 PM PT: As Itoi’s tweets imply, EarthBound and EarthBound: Beginnings have been announced for Nintendo Switch Online and will be coming to the subscription service later today. With a Nintendo Direct set to go live in just over two hours, a series of tweets from Earthbound creator Shigesato Itoi has fans speculating […]

Shining Vale trailer: Courteney Cox play...

The first Shining Vale trailer, featuring Courteney Cox as an author writing a novel in a haunted mansion in the horror-comedy series, has been released by Starz. Cox plays Patricia “Pat” Phelps, a bawdy female empowerment novelist who moves her struggling family to a huge mansion in a small town after she is found cheating […]

Poets head to Zoom

The Poetry Night Reading Series is proud to present San Francisco Poet Laureate Tongo Eisen-Martin and Landon Smith at 7 p.m. on Thursday, February 10, via Zoom: https://ucdavis.zoom.us/my/andyojones. Eisen-Martin is a poet, movement worker and educator from San Francisco. His latest program on extrajudicial executions of black people, “We Charge Genocide Again,” has been used […]

Royal Court – Court Positions and Abilit

The new expansion for Crusader Kings III: Royal Court has a bunch of special roles that can be assigned to characters. This earns you an opinion bonus, as well as several buffs to your character, kingdom, and greatness. here is our Crusader Kings III: Royal Court guide to help you with court positions. To note: […]

2022 Oscar nominations: Jane Campion on ...

On Tuesday, “The Power of the Dog” received 12 Oscar nominations, the most of any film this year. Jane Campion was nominated for Directing, Adapted Screenplay and Best Picture. In the acting categories, Benedict Cumberbatch is up for lead actor, Kirsten Dunst for supporting actress, and Jesse Plemons and Kodi Smit-McPhee for supporting actor. Jonny […]

The importance of regulation | Local co...

T&T Securities and Exchange Commission THE English poet, John Donne, wrote that “no man is an island”. An old adage that can also speak of the interdependence of financial markets and the impact of their actions on the global economy. The global financial crisis of 2007-2008 (“the financial crisis”) is a stark reminder of the […]

Four alternate history stories from the ...

It never happened, but it did happen. Let’s talk about some comic stories that never happened. In the language of comics, there is a kind of fiction within fiction. Stories that aren’t part of the main continuity, but exist nonetheless. In the Marvel Universe and the MCU, these stories are called And if. Although in […]

Avni Doshi on Dubai, the Booker Prize an...

It hasn’t been an easy journey for Avni Doshi, but the Booker Prize-winning author, who lives in Dubai, is finally reaping the rewards of her hard work. “I had to deal with a lot of rejection and a lot of discouragement throughout the process. And so when my book was published, forget about Booker, when […]

Marian Keyes on rehab, menopause and the...

Marian Keyes is in bed. It is two o’clock in the afternoon, but she has just returned from a funeral and is cold. “It was a nice start,” she says to reassure herself that she’s okay to talk. She wears a lilac hoodie and flaunts a pastel pink manicure as she rearranges the pillows to […]

Separating fact from fiction in “The Gil

Money is not everything Golden age, Julian Felloweslavish costume drama depicting life among high society – and their servants – in late 19th century New York City. Yes, the newly wealthy railroad tycoon George Russell (Morgan Spector) and his upwardly mobile wife, Bertha (Carrie Coon), have heaps of them — ostentatiously displayed in their new […]

Did you solve it? Obstacles for Wordle ...

Inspired by the success of Wordle, earlier today, I brought you these three word puzzles that also test lexical ingenuity and pattern detection skills. I also said that I would tell you what is my seed Wordle. See below. 1. What country am I in? Each of the following words appears either in the middle […]

Dramatic photos shed new light on Europe...

Written by Allyssia Alleyne, CNN For centuries, medieval castles – massive, isolated triumphs of masonry – have held a special place in the Western imagination, evoking a sense of history, fantasy, war and romance all at once. They are the eternal sets for period dramas and children’s books, travel brochures and fashion series. But in […]

Overmars quits Ajax for messaging female...

Marc Overmars abruptly quit as director of football at Dutch champions Ajax on Sunday after he apologized for sending inappropriate messages to female colleagues. Overmars, a renowned winger during his time playing for Ajax, Arsenal, Barcelona and the Netherlands, said he was “ashamed” after being confronted at the club last week over his behaviour. “Unfortunately […]

These TV comedies were ridiculously dark...

Dark comedy has been on TV arguably since the 70s, but in recent years it has gone through a bit of revival. Dark television comedy has become increasingly dominant in the television landscape, but with its increased presence has also come a slew of mediocre to downright bad series. Black comedy is an art form, […]

The shadows of our forgotten ancestors

A quick Google search for Antonio Figueiredo reveals all sorts of results – from neurosurgeon to digital strategist. Only at the bottom of the search page does a link appear to the life and works of a musician by that name – a violinist from Goa who was in fact the first western classical conductor […]

Barry Cryer: prolific light entertainmen...

Barry Cryer, who died at the age of 86, lived and breathed comedy for more than half a century and became its eldest, working until his death. He has scripted sketches for stars ranging from Tommy Cooper, Les Dawsons and Frankie Howerd to the Two Ronnies, Morecambe and Wise, Kenny Everett and Rory Bremner, and […]

National Olympiad of Scientific Creativi...

JEDDAH: Healthcare systems around the world have been pushed to their absolute limits by successive waves of COVID-19, which have resulted in overcrowded hospitals, delayed medical procedures and exhausted and overwhelmed doctors and nurses. A secondary consequence of the global health emergency has been the depletion of blood supplies needed for life-saving transfusions, for use […]

IC seminar helps students connect with a...

After two years of holding Ithaca College’s New Voices Festival strictly online, organizers hope to hold this year’s festival in person with a virtual element, for the festival’s 10th anniversary. The festival was established in 2013 by Chris Holmes, chair and associate professor in the Department of English Literature at Ithaca College, and Eleanor Henderson, […]

Opinion: The state must explore new nucl...

Photo from Pixabay.com by distelAPPArath. By Bill Temmink The writer, environmental activist, is a resident of Joppa. Maryland Matters published an article and commentary on January 22 about climate change mitigation efforts. Both well-meaning. Both well documented. Both suggest mitigation ideas and efforts already underway. Both efforts should be encouraged. Both largely miss the point. […]

‘Onam in a Nightie’ by Anjana Menon a cu

Anjana Menon’s ‘Onam in A Nightie’ (HarperCollins) can be labeled as a spontaneous literary outburst to express pent up emotions over social incongruities in the context of Kerala’s unique culture and heritage as experienced by someone one who has been far from it, yet very close. In a first-person account, the author perfumes it with […]

Black Thought Takes Center Stage

Contents This content can also be viewed on the website comes from from. Listen and subscribe: Apple | Spotify | google | Wherever you listen Sign up to receive our weekly newsletter of the best New Yorker podcasts. Legendary Roots rapper Black Thought turns to musical theater with “Black No More,” based on the eponymous […]

‘Arsenic and Adobo’ Author and Hermosa N

CHICAGO — Mia Manansala’s first book received rave reviews when it was released last year — and now the Chicago native is publishing a second story. Manansala’s first mystery, “Arsenic and Adobo”, was well reviewed by The New York Times and nominated for several awards, including an Agatha Award for Best First Mystery. “Homicide and […]

What’s on in Moscow from February 4 to 6

See subterranean art underground If you haven’t been to the Zaryadye Park Museum, the actual show would be a great introduction. Titled “360 Degrees, or the Faceted Vision of the Dragonfly,” it is dedicated to art historian and curator Vitaly Patsyukov, who died aged 83 last October. The exhibition highlights works by some of the […]

Local artists take inspiration from the ...

By supervisory staff Feb. 3, 2022 — Two local artists will use the film to explore their “ancestral stories” during this spring’s residency program at the Camera Obscura Art Lab, cultural officials announced Thursday. Artists Andre Keichian and Zach Dorn will be inspired by the studio and the environment surrounding the historic building in Palisades […]

Rare book fair explores the industry

By Laura Latzko Pasadena Weekly Contributing Writer BDealers from around the world will converge on the Pasadena Convention Center for the Rare Books LA-Pasadena trade show from Friday, February 4 through Sunday, February 6. The event will feature books, maps, scripts, letters, comics, classic photographs, Bibles, religious texts, original manuscripts or typescripts, fine art prints […]

Poetry Reading a Highlight of VT Humanit...

“If everyone became a poet, the world would be a better place,” wrote Nikki Giovanni. “We were all reading to each other.” The Hokie nation, if not the world, will be enriched on Feb. 8 from 5-6 p.m., when poets read to each other — and the rest of the Virginia Tech community — at […]

Rashmi Desai to play female lead role in...

TV diva Rashmi Desai is set to star in a movie directed by Dushyant Pratap Singh. Filming for this untitled film will take place in London in April. The film’s cast and crew have been finalized and pre-production preparations have been completed. An official announcement will be made with a poster in the coming days, […]

LGBTQ+ History Month 2022: Events and hi...

LGBT+ History Month began as a celebration of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) history in the United States of America in 1994. Although observed in October in North America and Australia, LGBT+ History Month has been the month of February in the UK since 2005, to coincide with the end of Section 28. It […]

The Era of Hip-Hop Comedy Remembers the ...

If you need to turn off the world and laugh until your cheeks hurt, Phat Tuesdays: The Age of Hip-Hop Comedy is the perfect documentary to binge-watch this winter. The three-part documentary series tells the story behind the groundbreaking all-black showcase comedy created, hosted and produced by comedian-writer-host-actor-producer Guy Torry (American History X, Life) and […]

Breaking the rules with daisies

They say you should only get into entertainment if you absolutely can’t do anything else. To want is not enough to sustain such a painful existence. it must be a need. I wanted to act the first time I saw a play (a high school production of Anne). I wrote my first screenplay at 13 […]