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GED option returns to county jail | New...

HOLLIDAYSBURG — The option to prepare for the Pennsylvania high school diploma equivalency exam has returned to Blair County Jail. “We have been officially operational again for a week”, Warden Abbie Tate told the prison board at its monthly meeting where she spoke about the immediate popularity of what is called the GED […]

The Ethics of the Sacred in a Mystical P...

Shamim Reza’s poetry is defined by an ethical and religious soul, an unmistakable attribute of India’s legendary mystics. The gods do not only call us to sing for them, but they also ask us to share such an ethic where love and sensuality merge. This is precisely the great contribution of the Sufis and the […]

Katherine Duncan-Jones obituary | Biogr...

William Shakespeare’s notorious bequest of his “second best bed” to his wife, Anne, has become, for scholars, a proxy for something far more substantial about their prized subject. Was the author of such broad-minded poetry an honest man or not? Did poetic genius coincide with human kindness and generosity? Was the designation of the bed […]

Mika Kaurismäki • Director of The Grump:

24/11/2022 – The Finnish director explains how he went about adapting the story of a grumpy old man passionate about old cars This article is available in English. Mika Kaurismakithe new tragicomedy The Grump: Looking for an Escort [+lire aussi : interview : Mika Kaurismäkifiche film] is out in German cinemas today, and indeed a significant part of […]

My Soul Twin review by Nino Haratischvil...

NOTo we were more sensitive to the paradoxes of love than the Austrian poet Rainer Maria Rilke. “Unity between two people is an impossibility,” he wrote in Letters to a Young Poet. “But, once the realization is accepted that even between the closest human beings, infinite distances continue to exist, a wonderful living side by […]

Best-selling author Simon Scarrow publis...

Watch 21st century Norfolk slip away as soldiers parade past temples and villas to the vast fortresses of the coast. For writer Simon Scarrow, modern Norfolk covers a landscape of swamps and forests, its inhabitants struggling for survival against foreign invaders. Simon, from Lyng, near Dereham, was Norfolk history teacher when he started writing about […]

Influential guitarist Wilko Johnson 1947...

The co-founding member of British pub rock band Dr. Feelgood was 75. By Andy Kahn November 23, 2022 • 9:19 a.m. PST Guitarist Wilko Johnson, who was a co-founding member of the 1970s British rock band Dr Feelgooddied at the age of 75. A social media post on behalf of his family confirmed that Johnson […]

The True Story of Blood, Sex and Royalty...

“And if anyone wants to meddle in my cause, I ask them to judge the best.” Anne Boleyn spoke these words from the scaffold on May 19, 1536. A few seconds later, the swordsman from Calais whom her ex-husband Henry VIII had thoughtfully arranged to decapitate her with a single blow. Since that day, scholars, […]

First female Calypsonian lawyer from Tri...

Letters to the Editor news day 8 minutes ago THE EDITOR: Congratulations to all of the UWI Law School graduates who were called to the bar on November 11-12. Among them was Sasha-Ann Moses, TT’s first female Calypsonian to enter the legal profession. To truly understand her accomplishments, we have to place her alongside the […]

Denver Art Museum’s ‘Her Brush’ Highligh

“The Nun Ryonen (Ryonen-ni)” from Famous Women of Past and Present (Kokon meifuden) (1864), Utagawa Kunisada and Ryūtei Tanehiko (Courtesy of Denver Art Museum) “Why were there no great female artists?” writes Linda Nochlin in her influential feminist art history essay from 1971. Throughout history across the world, women have faced cultural, social and institutional […]

Choice of Programming and Best Waiver Wi...

Scott Engel is in his 11th season as the official Fantasy Football Writer and Analyst for Seahawks.com. He is an early member of the Fantasy Sports Writers Association Hall of Fame. Scott is a four-time FSWA award winner and 10-time nominee, including being a finalist for the FSWA Fantasy Football Writer of the Year 2020 […]

Fiona Rae – The Brooklyn Train

In sight Miles McEnery Galleryfiona raeFrom October 20 to November 26, 2022New York Playing in the fields of abstraction, British artist Fiona Rae forces us to consider what abstraction really is. Could it be a part removed from a whole or a piece used to build a form? Can he stand alone? While it might […]

In London, diversity is up, but public s...

Last month, London Mayor Sadiq Khan accompanied new Metropolitan Police Service Commissioner Mark Rowley on a walk through Stratford in east London. A series of high-profile scandals have rocked the force in recent months, and the mayor and commissioner hoped to inspire public confidence in the police. They also aimed to attract new recruits. “As […]

Veteran writer Dr CPK calls for more res...

Mysore/Mysore: Claiming that it was the rulers of the Ganges who laid the foundations of Kannada literature, veteran writer Dr. CP Krishnakumar (CPK) declared Raja Durvineetha to be Kannada’s first poet. He was speaking after releasing the English edition of Dr BN Raveesh’s work from MMC&RI Faculty titled “Samrat Sripurusha” during a program organized by […]

Great performances at Tallawah 2022 | E...

Another appeal was made to the government to provide Jamaica with a purpose-built center for the performing arts. It came on Sunday from a leading theater practitioner – actor, director, educator and performing arts group leader Fabian Thomas. He was speaking at the Philip Sherlock Center for the Creative Arts (PSCCA) at the University of […]

Across Africa, water conflicts threaten ...

Water is a limited resource on our planet. We can only rely on what we have, which translates to approximately 2.5 percent fresh drinking water. Of this amount, only 0.4% currently exists in lakes, rivers and moisture in the atmosphere. The pressure of this limited supply is increasing day by day and as this continues, […]

Soprano star Renee Fleming returns to Me...

Published on: 22/11/2022 – 03:06 New York (AFP) – A powerhouse trio of American songs will perform the voice of Virginia Woolf on the prestigious stage of New York’s Metropolitan Opera, as the highly anticipated series of “The Hours” makes its world premiere on Tuesday. The Pulitzer Prize-winning novel and Oscar-nominated film explore how the […]

Thanksgiving hymns are centuries old, th...

(MENAFN– The conversation) Thanksgiving doesn’t ring a bell for months, unlike another holiday looming next door. Still, readers may remember a few hymns rolling around each November at church, around the dinner table, or even—for readers of a certain age—at school. One that I remember very well is “Come on, you grateful people, come on”. […]

‘She Said’ sheds light on journalistic i

“I swear on my children.” It was a favorite line of disgraced, BS-convicted movie mogul Harvey Weinstein, uttered with sociopathic insincerity before assaulting dozens of women, from Hollywood stars to terrified underlings of indie giant Miramax. . This went unchallenged for three decades. Why? Because he was Harvey Weinstein, arguably the most powerful man in […]

Why you should listen to your heart

My view of human nature is that we all hold it together in different ways – and that’s okay, and we just have to take it easy with each other, knowing that we’re all these incredibly fragile beings. —Alain De Botton We all have a voice in our head. The small voice tells us what […]

On This Day in History – November 21 – A

1/2 Senator Rebecca Felton of Georgia is pictured at her desk in Washington, D.C. On October 3, 1922, Mrs. Felton was chosen to fill the seat left vacant following the untimely death of Senator Thomas E. Watson, becoming the first woman to serve in the United States Senate. She was sworn in on November 21, […]

Win or lose, watching Wales play the Wor...

Ohen the Wales men’s team line up tonight for what will be an emotional rendition of Hen Wlad fy Nhadau in their World Cup opener, every player will know they carry the hopes and the dreams of a footballing nation. But more than that, he will know that he has already helped make dreams come […]

2022 AMA Winners: Check Out the Full Lis...

The 2022 American Music Awards are almost here, with win after win across all genres of music. On Sunday, November 20, the 50th annual awards ceremony will take place at the Microsoft Theater in Los Angeles. This show is completely fan-voted from the music released last year. Wayne Brady will host the telecast which will […]

SDSU’s Jaedon LeDee: Not your typical ba

The summer before his senior year in high school, Matt Bradley was invited to the 2017 NBPA Top 100 camp at the University of Virginia for the nation’s top prep basketball prospects. He was put on a team with a brawny Houston kid named Jaedon LeDee. “Here’s a guy who was 6-8, 6-9 and playing […]

the bitter orange tree of Jokha Alharthi...

Jokha Alharthi is the first Omani woman to translate a novel, Celestial Bodies, into English, which won her and her translator Marilyn Booth the International Booker Prize in 2019. bitter orange (Scribner UK, £14.99) is the second of his novels to be translated, despite being written in 2016 before the pressure of Booker’s victory. Bitter […]

Roundabout: resounding words of women in...

A niche poetry symposium being held this week at the mini-auditorium of the Tagore Theater during the SODEFA (Society for the Development of Films and the Arts) arts and literature festival has caused the mind to wander about written poetry in the city for half a century. Poetry was an integral part of extended family […]

Promises, hope and continued vigilance m...

News Editorial Board In the Jefferson Avenue Tops, there was a moment of silence. Elsewhere on Buffalo’s East Side and throughout the city, the noise and momentum are building. The noise comes from discussions about how to restore racial equity and social justice to a long-neglected part of Buffalo. It also comes from real-time affirmative […]

Have we entered a new era of Disney anim...

With the upcoming release of “Strange World,” Walt Disney Animation Studios will be releasing their 61st animated feature. Throughout these releases from 1937 to the present day, fans and critics have divided the releases into animation eras. Although there are no set parameters for what constitutes an era, there is usually a major event that […]

James Gunn officially welcomes Kevin Bac...

James Gunn shares a photo of his “favorite” MCU character, Kevin Bacon, who will play himself in The Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special. Guardians of the Galaxy Holiday Special Writer and director James Gunn has officially welcomed his favorite Marvel Cinematic Universe character: Kevin Bacon. Ahead of the special’s upcoming release, Gunn shared a […]

New this week: Lizzo, ‘Criminal Minds’ a

Here’s a curated collection from the Associated Press’ entertainment journalists of what’s coming to TV, streaming services, and music and video game platforms this week. MOVIES — When the Mars Rover Opportunity, nicknamed Oppy, was launched in 2003, it was only supposed to last 90 sols (or days on Mars). But 15 years later, he […]

On this day – November 19 in history: si

November 19 in history is a day when several pivotal events occurred in the fields of politics, sports, music and cinema. Read on to learn more about the importance of November 19 in history. On this day – November 19 in history: significant world events in politics, sports and art November 19 in History: Many […]

Past and Present – The New Indian Expres

Express press service BENGALURU: It’s amazing how some weeks can go by full of foam and frills and some weeks have enough gravity to last the month. As expected, whenever great things are about to happen in my life… I got hurt! Well! You can’t have everything in life now, can you? But, I am […]

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Sony Pictures Television has signed a multi-title deal to produce live-action series based on Marvel characters for Amazon. The first current project is Silk: Spider Society about superheroine Cindy Moon (Silk), who gains her powers after being bitten by the same spider as Peter Parker (Spider-Man). The series will first launch on Amazon’s linear channel […]

Suffragettes ready to honor the English ...

The building at 22 Great Smith Street was the London base of the National Union of Women’s Suffrage Societies (NUWSS) for the eight years before the 1918 law was amended which finally gave some women the right to vote. The suffragettes, who used legal campaigning methods as opposed to the more extreme suffragettes, were led […]

Poetry; The forgotten form of the media...

Imagine a time without YouTube videos, movies, movies and TV shows; before the days of blogs, magazines and newspaper articles. How were people supposed to express their emotions and thoughts about the world, around the world? It wasn’t like people didn’t have feelings before the internet age… Step into the Renaissance, an era of poetry, […]

The Crisis of Masculinity | FinancialTi...

Crowds at a Donald Trump midterm rally in Georgia for 2018 gubernatorial candidate Brian Kemp © Redux/eyevine The same year I came to Oxford University, St Hilda’s, the university’s newest single-sex college, chose to admit male undergraduates for the first time. As is so often the case, the first thing the new men of St […]

freud: Lucian Freud’s centenary exhibiti

London: British artists Lucian Freud and Francis Bacon had been friends for decades before a bitter falling out. Now a new exhibition explores the couple’s friendship with two other influential painters with whom they shared role models, rivalries and a belief in portraiture in 1950s and 1960s London. Freud’s first wife, Caroline Blackwood, said of […]

a kind of revenge >> Scuttlebutt Sailing...

(November 17, 2022; Day 9) – The 12th Route du Rhum-Destination Guadeloupe Ultim 32/23 podium ended yesterday (Wednesday) when Thomas Coville brought the Sodebo Ultim 3 to the finish line off Pointe-à-Pitre at 7:52 p.m. UTC (3:42 p.m. local time) 10 hours and fifty minutes after the winner Charles Caudrelier. The performance extends Coville’s remarkable […]

Chaos Realms and the Multiverse in Bayon...

Quick links Unique Multiverses and Ginnungagap Thule Island and Chaos Gears The Bayonet The series has never been the easiest in terms of storytelling, taking characters out of their timeline and having them witness events that can only happen by being removed from their timeline. It’s a little confusing, convoluted, and the very definition of […]

How SLOCG brought comedy, heart and auth...

How The sex life of college girls Brought comedy, heart and authenticity to his queer character School has resumed for the girls of Essex College! The fun and quirky binge-watch that got us through the end of the pandemic is back for its second season. The sex life of college girls centers four (unlikely) freshman […]

‘King Roger’ reigns at the Chicago Opera

In 1924, Polish composer Karol Szymanowski completed what many consider his magnum opus. Ninety-eight years later, “King Roger,” a compact opera full of big ideas, made its local debut last week with two performances produced by the Chicago Opera Theater. Szymanowski was born in 1882, the same year as Stravinsky and Kodály, in present-day Timoshivka […]

First stage adaptation of Ken Loach’s I,

As part of its next season, Northern Stage will present a vital new adaptation by Ken Loach I, Daniel Blake from May 26 to June 10, 2023 before the tour. I, Daniel Blake exposes the reality behind the headlines of the cost of living crisis and was adapted for the stage by actor and comedian […]

The iconic trans woman who brought joy t...

Loved for her rich voice and quirky style, Reshma was the life of weddings Last week, Reshma, an iconic trans woman and singer from Indian-administered Kashmir, died after a long battle with cancer. She was 70 years old. His death plunged the region into mourning – and thousands attended his funeral in the main town […]

A woman wearing a mask: The DONG-A ILBO

A mask is worn to disguise or hide the face. It also refers to the false and questionable facial expression or attitude. Painted by Lorenzo Lippi, a 17th century Italian painter and poet, this painting depicts a woman holding a mask. She holds a mask in her right hand and a grenade in her left […]

FTX Reveals Bitcoin Adoption Over Specul...

This is an opinion piece by Brooks Lockett, a freelance writer and Bitcoiner who fell down the rabbit hole in 2018. I look forward to the day when savers will outnumber speculators on this planet. And the The FTX Saga showed us that we are far from this dream. Yet the future remains bright. This […]

Contemporary Manuscript Collection of Po...

DONNE, Jean (1573-1631). Manuscript collection of poetry and prose [England, c.1630-33]. [Bound with:] Poems by JD with elegies on the author’s death. London: MF for John Marriot, 1633. [Bound with:] Juvenilia ou Certaine Paradoxes and Problemes, written by J. Donne. London: Printed by EP for Henry Seyle, 1633. Berland Donne’s manuscript. A very important volume […]

Scotland named best golf destination in ...

After a year where Scotland has been firmly in the spotlight, it has now been named the world’s best golf destination at the prestigious World Golf Awards. The award follows a momentous 2022 for the game in Scotland. It has hosted several high profile tournaments including the PGA Tour and the co-sanctioned DP World Tour. […]

The Press Club of Cleveland prepares to ...

Cleveland.com/Cleveland Plain Dealer Sportswriter Mary Kay Cabot will be inducted into the Press Club of Cleveland Journalism Hall of Fame on Wednesday. Our sportscaster Terry Pluto has known Cabot since she made her Plain Dealer debut and had the chance to write a review of her ahead of her induction. “Mary Kay was an intern […]

Blinded Divyakirti and Hindutvawadis | ...

Vikas Divyakirti, the founding teacher or head coach of Drishti, one of Delhi’s most famous coaching institutes for administrative services, is the latest target of Hindutva’s ire. He has been a celebrity for generations of aspirants to administrative service jobs in Delhi. Hundreds of administrative and police officers across India know and respect him. But […]

UN group calls for release of political ...

The UN Working Group on Arbitrary Detention (WGAD) has called on Vietnamese authorities to release poet, author and human rights activist Tran Duc Thach. The WGAD report, released Nov. 4, called Thach’s arrest arbitrary and said he should be compensated for his time in jail. Thach, 71, co-founder of the Vietnamese Online Brotherhood for Democracy, […]

Lady Gaga’s Grammy nomination is a miles

Lady Gaga accomplished almost everything possible in entertainment throughout his career. Now, Lady Gaga has just scored her 36th Grammy nomination. The nominations were announced today and Gaga scored two, despite not having a Grammy-eligible album this year. An application for hold my hand from Top Gun: Maverick soundtrack and one for the soundtrack itself, […]

DOC NYC 2022 Directors: Meet Dawn Porter...

Dawn Porter is an award-winning screenwriter and producer. His work has been featured on HBO, Netflix, CNN, PBS, MSNBC, MTV Films and other platforms. Porter’s 2016 film “Trapped,” which explores the laws governing abortion clinics in the South, won the Special Jury Prize for Social Impact at the Sundance Film Festival and a Peabody Award. […]

Classics graduates win advanced national...

The Department of Classics celebrates a nike or one Victoria. For those who do not know Greek or Latin well, this means a victory! The department recently discovered that three of its recent graduates (one of whom is now a Dal graduate student) won the advanced level competition in last year’s National Sight Translation Competition […]

Sara Pascoe: “I was told not to wear ski

Why did you start doing stand-up?I really wanted to be an actor, but I wasn’t very good at acting. I auditioned for drama school for years and never got in. I tried stand-up as an experiment, just as a way to get stage time. The second I did, I realized that was exactly what I […]

Irish Pen member Ilhan Sami Çomak has be

Award-winning Kurdish poet Ilhan Sami Çomak has been in prison in Turkey for 28 years, since he was 22. Sit down and think about it for a minute. This man has spent more than half his life in prison, the last eight years in solitary confinement. He has a pet bird and regular visits from […]

The “Dark Lady” of Shakespeare’s sonnets

Four hundred years ago, Emilia Bassano raised her voice. The world did not listen. Who was Emily? Was she the “Dark Lady” of Shakespeare’s sonnets? What about his own poems? And why was his story erased from history? Fierce and provocative, the play Emily was written by Morgan Lloyd Malcolm and tells the story of […]

Best Witch Gifts 2022 | The Mary Sue

(Photo by Thirdman via Pexels.com) So you have a witch in your life. Congratulations! witches are awesome. If you’re looking for holiday gift ideas, you might find yourself stuck. Witchcraft can be a deeply personal practice, not to mention the kind that is inscrutable from the outside. Also, lots of freebies, like crystals mined with […]

Terminating an Ectopic Pregnancy Saved M...

I am an 87 year old mother and grandmother. I am a woman who in 1961 had an ectopic pregnancy. My husband and I had been trying to get pregnant and start a family for three years. We sought out a fertility specialist and subsequent treatments. I desperately wanted a baby. Life without children was […]

Interview of the week

India is in the safe hands of a vibrant democracy A studying English Literature at Ravenshaw College, Choudhury Ramakanta Das opened his sleeves to his professional career as a college English lecturer. Subsequently, he joined as an officer the Rajya Sabha in New Delhi and eventually became its joint secretary. He has witnessed the swords […]

The Denver Art Museum’s New Look at the

The paintings are present across centuries, continents and even religious beliefs, precisely because human emotions have not changed so much. The exhibition opens with Hell, a complex moral painting by a follower of Hieronymus Bosch. “It depicts an intentionally gruesome vision of hell, a powerful visual incentive to lead a virtuous life and avoid eternal […]

Everardo Napay: Portrait of the Bicolano...

Everardo Napay with his musical ensemble in Legazpi City in the early 1970s. From the author’s collection. Everardo Nery Napay was born on February 24, 1924. I met him in Bicol in 1974 and watched his Bicol zarzuela, Burac Sa Jardin Ning Pagkamoot (Flower in the Garden of Love) the same year. In 1975, we […]

Free things to do in Denver this week, N...

We are in the middle of November, with falling temperatures. But the entertainment calendar is heating up, with holiday markets starting to fill up on weekends. Keep reading for twelve of the best free events this week (yes, including markets), and watch for updates: Wendy J. Fox and Cynthia Newberry MartinMonday, November 14, 6 p.m.Tattered […]

The Campus Civic Poet Award was born out...

The award celebrates civic engagement, poetry and inclusivity The Campus Civic Poet Award was relaunched this year for students of diverse voices. The award was inspired by those who protested former President Donald Trump’s retort. wall in 2016 through slam poetry. The Campus Civic Poet Award is a collaboration between WSU’s English Department, the Martin […]

“Miss Scarlet and the Duke” Recap: Seaso

Miss Scarlet and the Duke tunes Sunday at 7:00 p.m. and is available for streaming. Recap it previous episode.Follow your favorite dramas and mysteries in register for our newsletter, Dramalogue. Despite his recently rocky relationship with Superintendent Munro, William is up for a promotion to Chief Inspector. The only problem: it’s in Glasgow. Eliza assumes […]

İsmet İnönü resigned from Parliament

Ismet Inonu resigned from Parliament November 14 is the 318th day of the year (319th for leap years) according to the Gregorian calendar. The number of days left before the end of the year is 47. Railways 14 Kasım 1925 In İsmet Pasha’s cabinet, MP Nafia Süleyman Sırrı Bey died of pneumonia after his visit […]

MCL Design shines at Maison Gerard durin...

Sterling silver and jeweled insects by Matthew Campbell Laurenza are on display at the House … [+] Gérard stand at the Art + Design Fair Fall 2022 MCL design For the past 25 years, American-born jewelry designer and sculptor Matthew Campbell Laurenza created MCL design sterling silver jewelry, boldly enameled and set with colored sapphires […]

Who has worn the most hats on Broadway? ...

Want to learn more about an obscure Broadway fact? Jennifer Ashley Tepper, Broadway historian and self-proclaimed theater enthusiast, is here to help with her new series, Broadway Deep Dive. Every month, BroadwayWorld will be accepting questions from theater fans like you. If you’re lucky, your question might be selected as the subject of his next […]

Jon Fosse’s Search for Peace

The Hardangerfjord, Norway’s second largest fjord, winds its way from the North Sea to the distant mountains of Vestland. About halfway up the fjord, where the light on the shore is dark and the darkness of the water is silvered with light, is the village of Strandebarm. It is home to the Fosse Foundation, an […]

Geologist-turned-novelist among female a...

“Write what you know” is Cheryl Workman-Davies’ mantra. For Workman-Davies, who worked as a mining geologist for 12 years, it’s red dust, flies, but also connections in the short-lived town of Kalgoorlie. The novel Workman-Davies is about to self-publish, The Rose: A Reality TV Romance, is set in a villa that she herself mapped out […]

The Renaissance Man: The Tribune India

Satyapal Sehgal What a treasure it was, the Department of Hindi, Indian Language Center, Jawaharlal Nehru University. Namvar Singh taught with manager Pandey, side by side with famous Hindi poet Kedar Nath Singh and the best Hindi researcher of the moment, Veer Bharat Talwar! Namvar Singh and manager Pandey had left inclinations, but […]

🌱 CitizenM Opens Miami’s First Hotel Nov

Hello everyone. I’m back in your inbox this morning with everything you need to know about what’s happening in town these days. In this issue, you will discover: 🏀 FTX Arena, home of the Miami Heat, is being renamed after the company filed for bankruptcy this week. 🏨 citizenM will open its first Florida property […]

Rihanna just released another Black Pant...

Rihanna fans may have waited six years for the release of “lift me up“, but they only had to wait two more weeks for his next single, “Born Again”. On November 11, Rihanna released her moving second ballad from the Black Panther: Wakanda Forever soundtrack. “I would give my heart to this place,” Rihanna sings […]

Book Club: Meet Percival Everett and ‘Dr

Hello and welcome to the LA Times Book Club newsletter. This month we read the author from Los Angeles Percival Everett “Dr. No,” a multi-genre spy caper that offers a much-needed escape from the rhythm of election season. An English professor at USC, Everett’s books play with gender, language, and our assumptions about race and […]

RICHARD LE SEC, Omnibus Theater

Scaled down for a company of five actors and a set of matching stools, Anna Coombs’ adaptation of Shakespeare’s play foregrounds its two strongest elements – politics and poetry. Its theme warning of how shifting alliances within a weak state can open the door to a populist new leader, could hardly land much more squarely […]

Glimpses of Greenville: A Visitor’s Desc

Some will remember Greenville 26 years ago in 1996 when Mayor Knox White was in his first full year in office. A lot has happened since then. Now try to imagine Greenville 26 years after its beginnings as a village of 1797! The following excerpt from the Charleston Daily Courier of August 6, 1823 will […]

Is that dark enough for you?!? Netflix ...

Share this article Is that dark enough for you?!? Explain: “What happens to a deferred dream?Does it drylike a raisin in the sun?…Or does it explode? These lines were written by Langston Hughes in his poem, Harlem (1951). This poem seeks to capture the dream of racial equality and at the same time comment on […]

World Cup fan song launch

A screenshot from the official music video for “Hayya Ma’ana – Let The Game Win” A beautifully done fan song for the FIFA World Cup Qatar 2022 titled “Hayya Ma’ana – Let The Game Win” was released recently. Hayya Ma’ana in Arabic means “come, join us”. The song in English and Arabic has a fine […]

Photo Gallery of Female Military Charact...

Today is Veterans Day, a day when we celebrate those who have lived and died in service to the country. I joined the US Air Force in 2008, lived and traveled through Europe and Asia, and deployed. I had amazing experiences and made friends for life. But one thing I cherish the most is cultivating […]

‘I don’t want diversity programs to be c

One year ago, Hillman Graduate Productions (“The Chi”, “Queen & Slim”, “The Forty Year Old Version”, “Twenties”), which was founded by Lena Waithe and her partner Rishi Rajani with a mission to amplify diversity, signed a mega – contract with Warner Bros. Television Group, part of a two-year global agreement with Amazon Studios. The company’s […]

Visual arts at Amherst, theater at UMass...

Art in Amherst AMHERST — It’s a busy month in town this month when it comes to art, starting with the A3 Gallery, where the works of photographers Eric Broudy and Larry Rankin are on display. “A Look Through Two Lenses” finds the two artists exploring detail and abstraction in photographs taken on Cape Cod […]

8 affordable tropical destinations for y...

I’m heading to Eagle Beach, Aruba as the perfect base to access all the best the island has to offer easily and affordably. All of Aruba’s beaches are free to the public. Holiday Inn Resort Aruba – Beach Resort & Casino Aruba can be one of the most expensive tropical destinations to visit, particularly because […]

Logitech G Aurora Collection Review – Go

In recent years, more and more women have become interested in games. While that’s a good thing, a lot of gaming products are still male-centric, so it’s taken a while for brands to make female gaming accessories. Ladies, I present to you the Logitech G Aurora Collection. The Logitech G Aurora bundle we received includes […]

Elizabeth, Charles, Diana: Season 5 of ‘

The 1990s… The period that season 5 of Netflix’s dramatic juggernaut ‘The Crown’ chooses for its new ensemble cast was a particularly difficult decade for the British royal family, a period filled with scandals, not the least but most sensational. was certainly Charles and Diana, the Prince and Princess of Wales, whose shaky marriage finally […]

Binod Kanoria Children’s Book Awards Ann

Bombay (Maharashtra) [India], Nov 11 (ANI/PNN): The Trustees of Binod Kanoria Foundation are delighted to announce the inaugural Binod Kanoria Prizes for Children’s Literature on Nov 10, 2022 in Mumbai. – Sushil Shukl is the winner of Binod Kanoria Children’s Book Award for Hindi Early Readers, 2021-2022, for his book Yeh Sara Ujala Suraj Ka, […]

A life lived

At first glance, Daam-iKhayal by Tariq Mahmud is a daunting volume: a tome of 592 pages to leaf through. The septuagenarian author’s hawkish gaze in the cover photo is equally intimidating, but indicative of his attention to detail. Before diving into the vast ocean of prose, a taste is provided by the concise but comprehensive […]

How the Georgian Senate runoff between W...

WASHINGTON (AP) — Georgia election runoff rules could determine Senate control for the second time in a row, and incumbent Democrat Raphael Warnock finds himself in the middle again – this time against Republican Herschel Walker. Two years ago, control of the Senate returned to Georgia, with two second-round election victories swinging the chamber into […]

Chase the Clouds | Haringey Community P...

Did you know that the Latin names given to clouds used around the world were invented by a Tottenham local?Did you know that the Latin names given to clouds used around the world were invented by a Tottenham local? Luke Howard was born on November 28, 1772 in London. He spent much of his life […]

Angelina Weld Grimke, gifted and versati...

A play by Michael Dinwiddie and a book by Kerri K. Greenidge evoke an illustrious American family of mixed ancestry, and none is more iconic than Angelina Weld Grimke. She was three-quarters white—her mother was white and her father was half white—and so together Angelina was a “woman of color”. The proverbial “drop theory” may […]

AFI Fest Announces Short Film Jury Award...

AFI FEST 2022 announced the three winners of this year’s Short Film Jury Awards on November 7, highlighting the live action short “Birds”, the documentary short “Haulout” and the short film animation company “Sierra” for creating art that can “bring people together”. said AFI President and CEO Bob Gazzale. “Birds,” directed by Katherine Propper, is […]

Native American Heritage Month 2022: Rea...

Since its launch by presidential proclamation in 1990, Native American Heritage Month has been an opportunity to celebrate the diverse cultures, histories and traditions of North America’s Indigenous peoples and to recognize their vital contributions to the United States and beyond. . The newsroom reached out to staff members across campus to get their recommendations […]

Miami Book Fair 2022: Interview with Hil...

Although Art Spiegelman Maus experiencing something of a renaissance since joining a growing list of banned books earlier this year, Hillary Chute has been a Spiegelman OG for a minute. Before her appearance at the Miami Book Fair, new times spoke with Hillary Chute, North East professor and author of Maus Nowa collection of what […]

These Killer Workouts Use Horror and Com...

Is violence justifiable in a violently oppressive culture? This is the main question we explore through the dark and satirical comedy web series Killer Workout. Directed by award-winning filmmaker Sara Werner, the series is created by New York-based personal trainer/writer Erik Potempa and produced by his wife Yvonna Pearson who aims to shed light on […]

Palmerston North artist and poet John Ch...

Palmerston North artist and poet John Christeller. Behind him is a painting by Yvonne Rust, a friend of his mother Flora. Photo / Judith Lacy The pā paddock carried a blanket of thistles and a heavy pinch of sheep pallets. These lines are part of John Christeller’s poem about Puketakauere Pa, the site of a […]

Breaking White Lotus Season 2 Opening Cr...

Editor’s Note: The following contains minor spoilers for The White Lotus Season 2.Whereas The White Lotus may have originally been conceived as a miniseries, Mike White has expanded its social satire into an anthology show that focuses on various luxury resorts and the superficial guests who frequent them. Season 2 picks up with a new […]

How to watch who’s playing in the penult

The first-ever Citi Shamrock Classic women’s college basketball, featuring the University of Notre Dame and the Cal Golden Bears, will be played this Saturday, Nov. 12, in St. Louis, Missouri. The game will air live on NBC and Peacock at 4 p.m. ET, marking the first live broadcast of a women’s college basketball game on […]

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Poetry and photography: common arts Transylvania County Library, Rogow Hall Tuesday, November 15 – noon The Noontime Notions program series at the Transylvania County Library continues at noon on November 15 with author and poet Dr. Ken Chamlee’s presentation, Poetry and Photography: Common Arts. Noontime Notions programs feature authors, performers and presenters offering engaging notions […]

The 2023 Grammy Nominations Will Reveal ...

Grammy nomination day is fast approaching. The Recording Academy will announce nominations for the 65th Annual Grammy Awards live from the Grammy Museum at LA Live in Los Angeles and as part of Latin Grammy Week on Tuesday, November 15 at 9 a.m. PT/12 p.m. ET. The event will be streamed live on live.Grammy.com and […]

Search continues for San Francisco direc...

There’s a photo of Esther Eng in 1935, standing on a runway amidst a crowd of crew and collaborators, flanked by an airplane. Next to her are rising movie stars and technical wizards. She is the smallest person on the scene, made even more visible by her youth, at just 21 years old. But Eng’s […]

Empress star says Empress Elisabeth of A...

Devrim Lingnau as Elisabeth von Wittelsbach and Philip Froissant as Emperor Franz Joseph Courtesy of Netflix However, the young empress was far from the optimal combination of beauty and good health. She suffered from an eating disorder and severe depression (or “melancholy” as it was known in the 19th century) due to a lack of […]

Production Launched for ‘John Wick’ Spin

good news for John Wick Fans! The spin-off movie, Ballerinawhich we discovered over a year ago, finally started production this week in Prague. During Lionsgate’s investor call last week (via IndieWire), CEO Jon Feltheimer shared that the film starring Ana de Armas (Knives out, no Di timee) would start production this week. We don’t have […]

An Evening with Connecticut’s New Poet L

Join us on Wednesday, November 9 at 7:00 p.m. for a virtual reading and discussion with Connecticut State’s new Poet Laureate Antoinette Brim Bell and Jaida Taveras, the state’s first-ever Young Poet Laureate. The two honored poets will read excerpts from recent works, share their hopes for their award-winning roles, and answer questions from the […]

The Genevan honored with a literature pr...

GENEVA — Writer and Geneva native Susan Brind Morrow has lived in places as disparate as Egypt, New York and now the Hudson Valley, but it may be her hometown of Geneva that sets her apart. has the most marked. Growing up in the natural wonderland of the Finger Lakes and being nurtured by language […]

How Dangerous Liaisons Rejects Bridgerto...

This adaptation of Dangerous Liaisons uses a color-sensitive cast whereas previous adaptations had little or no cast of color. Starz, starting with The Spanish Princess, has continually cast colored actors as servants or courtiers in their recent royal dramas, forcing costumed drama fans to accept or leave the existence of colored people in pre-1900 Europe. […]

The bookseller – Rights – Saqi Books sei

Saqi Books pocketed spirit of the river by Leïla Aboulela and An eternal home by Mai Al-Nakib, two novels that explore the untold stories of Arab women living in two different countries. Acquisition of publisher Lynn Gaspard spirit of the river direct from Grove Atlantic, while An eternal home was obtained via Margaret Halton of […]

“Write enough Indian stories, the public

Express press service BHUBANESWAR: The time has come for Indian stories and everyone wants to have access to them in English, author and journalist Aparna Karthikeyan said at the 10th Odisha Literary Festival here on Sunday. Join the conversation on ‘Jam Scones or Pani Puri? Do we have enough Indian tales? with poet and author […]

🌱 Regatta Leader Hooch Draws Large Crowd

Hello Hello! I’m here right on time with your Monday edition of the Chattanooga Daily, filled with all the local news you need to know right now. But first, today’s weather: Partly sunny, a shower; warm. High: 79 Low: 59. 🏡 Attention Chattanooga real estate pros! We are now offering an exclusive sponsorship opportunity for […]

The Meaning of Midterms | Events | Dep...

Click for full size version of poster Join the Notre Dame Institute for Advanced Study (NDIAS) for “The Meaning of the Midterms,” ​​a panel discussion with Notre Dame experts on the midterm election results and what they mean for the future of the American democracy. Panelists include: David Campbell: Packey J. Dee Professor of American […]

Nobel Laureates’ Perspective on Lasting

Gil Barbezat goes in search of happiness. Acquiring happiness has long been an elusive human goal. Current world events depicted by the media, including a ODT editorial (29.10.22), are not a source of joy and happiness for the community as a whole. As a result, many resort to browsing the Internet to find information that […]

Book World: 10 notable books for Novembe...

November brings historical fiction, romance, tears and books to keep you laughing. Best-selling authors Michael Connelly and Anthony Horowitz both have something new to get the pulse racing this month — just enough to combat that post-Thanksgiving turkey tryptophan rush. “The Cloisters,by Katy Hays (Atria, Nov. 1): Upper Manhattan’s Medieval Museum filled with Gothic arches […]

How writer Glory Edim is creating a nati...

Glory Edim on activism through literatureCourtesy of subject Activism takes different forms – for Glory Edim, founder of the Well-Read Black Girl book club, it is a community that provides a safe space for women to embrace their identity. When I started wearing a shirt that said “Well-Read Black Girl” I had no idea it […]

Former Green Beret wants his poetry to b...

Ryan Stovall’s poem “American Weddings” begins by asking readers why American weddings are almost never bombed? In short, direct sentences, he explains that it’s partly because Americans don’t fire AK-47s into the air in celebration. And above all, they do not marry in Afghanistan. In a footnote below the poem, Stovall has some additional questions […]

10 Highest-Grossing Directorial Debuts B...

Shattered glass ceilings across Hollywood provide opportunities for up-and-coming black filmmakers. Billion dollar box office blockbusters like Black Panther encourage studios to collaborate with African-American directors to capture a unique vision that can inform and entertain a mainstream audience. RELATED: 10 Must-See Horror Movies From Black Directors The quest for success for black directors has […]

Anime characters inspired by James Bond

james bond dates back to the 1950s and was created by British writer Ian Fleming. James Bond is a spy who works for MI6 and is best known as 007. Over time, this spy character has gained international fame and appeared in countless films. The james bond The series has also inspired many other mediums, […]

Haiku Classic: November 6, 2022 – This M

this moment between dead brown leaf and butterfly ——————— Earl Livings (1953- ). Excerpt from “Shamrock”, number 35, 2016. In autumn, the dead brown leaves abound and we generally do not stop to look at them closely. This one, however, caught the poet’s attention! Maybe it was bigger, stronger, a different color? Perhaps he looked […]

Drivers brake when approaching Mass Pike...

If you drive a lot, like me, you see things. These things are not necessarily good, nor full of common sense. The Massachusetts Turnpike launched electronic aerial tolls in 2016, according to Masslive.com. I-95 Hampton Tolls have been an ORT (Open Road Toll) since 2010, according to NH.gov. I remember when New Hampshire opened the […]

Women in history: undoing the “Mathilde

Judgments on the costs and benefits of the 2020 and 2021 Covid shutdowns are still far from final. The government refuses to comment on a royal commission of inquiry, fearing that it will be largely negative. An independent review in Australia, funded by several foundations, had politicians in the most extreme lockdown states to defend […]

Pelosi quotes an Israeli poem in her fir...

‘I will not be silent. Because my country has changed its face House Speaker Nancy Pelosi said Friday that a violent attack on her husband highlighted the “fear” felt by election officials and other Americans in the tense political climate ahead of the midterm elections. of the next week. Pelosi made the comments in a […]

Lalla-Roukh shows the Wexford Festival a...

At the end of the opera, the tramp, leaning on his laden shopping cart, slowly crossed the stage past the bowing actors, fixing the audience with a withered and disdainful gaze. Shaking his head knowingly, he left the stage to the right. Only to reappear, cartless, from the backstage to acknowledge his rightful fame online […]

Everything The Light Touches is a celebr...

This is where Pariat first conceived Evelyn, the protagonist of the second layer of Anything the light touches, who travels from England to India, pretending to be looking for a husband, but in reality is looking for something far more elusive – something readers will discover was deeply rooted in her study of Goethian botany. […]