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The new plays being developed in July at the Cape Cod Theater Project in Falmouth are all written by women and directed by female directors. All four shows feature only one male lead. Art director Hal Brooks says he didn’t go into his reading and choosing scripts for this first season in person in three […]

Day of activities inspired by a Civil Wa...

An inspiring female character from history is being celebrated with a day of free activities for all ages at the National Civil War Center in Newark next month. 17th century writer and Civil War spy Aphra Behn will star in family fun shows on Saturday, July 2. Visitors will also have the option of choosing […]

Frank Moorhouse, Australian author and e...

Frank Moorhouse, the acclaimed Australian author and essayist best known for the Edith trilogy, has died aged 83. His publisher, Penguin Random House, confirmed on Sunday that he died that morning in a hospital in Sydney. The author of 18 books, in addition to screenplays and essays, Moorhouse has explored Australian identity through the career […]

ON THE BOOKS: Did a man write the Ferran...

“Relationships between women don’t have solid rules like those between men.” — Elena Ferrante at Vogue magazine in 2014 Nobody knows who Elena Ferrante really is – the identity of the author is a secret. Normally, when I hear something like that, my reaction is silent. I understand why a writer might not want to […]

The Invisible Woman Almost Became a Priv...

In the latest Comic Book Legends Revealed, find out how the Invisible Woman came close to becoming a private detective in the 1970s. Welcome to Comic Book Legends Revealed! This is the eight hundred and forty-fifth episode where we examine three comic book legends and determine if they are true or false. As usual, there […]

12 books to read after the Supreme Court...

Beacon, NYU Press, WW Norton, Counterpoint For the supporters of choice. Friday’s Supreme Court ruling overturns Roe vs. Wade was devastating. For those who have actively fought for women’s rights over the years, even decades, it feels like a huge shift, a loss, a huge defeat, even though we saw it coming. And that is […]

30% of 3rd year middle school students h...

Nearly 30 percent of third-year junior high students have eyesight below 0.3 on the Japanese acuity scale, the Ministry of Education said in a study released on June 23. “I think a major factor in students’ declining eyesight is the habit they have developed from a young age of watching cartoons or playing games on […]

The ‘transparent’ musical leads the Mark

A musical based on “Transparent” will make its world premiere in Los Angeles in 2023, almost a decade after the groundbreaking television show debuted. The new adaptation of the Amazon title – which premiered in 2014 and became the first scripted series to focus on a transitioning transgender character – comes from its creator Joey […]

3 questions for writer/performer Quinn F...

In case you didn’t get the memo, it’s Pride Month. And yes, there is glitter to wear and fun to have, but it’s also important to remember to take the time to listen to meaningful stories of discovery and belonging while learning about the rich history of the LGBTQ+ community. We sat down with Quinn […]

Zoey Deutch Is an “Unlikable Female Prot

Zoey Deutch is America’s most hated girl – well, at least in the teaser for her new movie ‘Not Okay’. But that’s because she told a very big lie after a terrorist attack. The sequence is preceded by a disclaimer: “This film contains an unlikable female protagonist. Aimed at an informed audience.” So what exactly […]

Asian female journalists harassed in cam...

Washington— Threats of violence and rape. Accused of being a traitor. Insults regarding appearance. Asian journalists who cover politics or human rights in China, especially women, risk a barrage of attacks online every time they publish. According to a report by the Australian Strategic Policy Institute (ASPI), Asian women face the worst vitriol. The think […]

Reviews | Transgender women in the spor...

For the editor: Regarding “Lots of debate but little dialogue about transgender female athletes” (front page, May 29): Efforts to exclude transgender people from sport are harmful to all women and girls. Athletes are more than bodies, hormones and a sex assigned at birth. Proximity to coaches, facilities, and parents who have money and time […]

DC Pride 2022 marked a major milestone f...

Today we look at how DC Pride 2022 contained a major milestone of the Legion of Super-Heroes within its pages. This is “Provide Answers”, which is a feature where long unresolved plot points are eventually resolved. This one’s a little tricky, because by “unresolved” I really mean “unconfirmed”, but whatever, you’ll see what I mean […]

The Women’s Country Club Champion wrote

The Women’s Country Club Champion wrote the book on golf BROOKLINE, Mass. (AP) — The winner of the first major held at the storied golf course hosting this week’s US Open served up many solid lessons that still hold true today. Her name: Geneviève Hecker. Hecker’s victory in the US Women’s Amateur in 1902 made […]

WWII All-Female 6888th Postal Battalion ...

Placeholder while loading article actions The country is finally shining the spotlight on an unsung unit of WWII black women, with Congress bestowing on them its highest honor – and with a new musical on the way too to sing their amazing story. These were the 855 members of the 6888th Central Postal Directory Battalion […]

The Short Film’ │ GMA News Online

NEW YORK — The Tribeca Film Festival, founded in 2002 by Robert De Niro, Jane Rosenthal and Craig Hatkoff after the 9/11 Twin Towers tragedy, was created to spur the economic and cultural revitalization of lower Manhattan. It is a major festival that embraces LGBTQ+ as well as newbies, filmmakers and others. As such, even […]

Is James Patterson’s claim that white me

One of the world’s richest living writers, James Patterson, said in an interview with The Times on Sunday that white men like him face racism in the publishing, theater, film and television industries. . He described the alleged difficulty faced by the most privileged members of society as “just another form of racism… Can you […]

Comic anticlimax in Set Piece by Nat Ran...

Review: Set Piece, by Nat Randall and Anna Breckon, for Rising. Set Piece by Nat Randall and Anna Breckon explores female intimacy through the relationship between screen and stage, drawing inspiration from dinner party conversation, improvisation and lesbian pulp fiction. Its generic situation and looping repetition combine to stage a lesbian fantasy with a comedic […]

British writer Yrsa Daley-Ward – The Pat

Yrsa Daley-Ward is an English writer, model and actress. She is known for her first book, Bone, as well as for her spoken word poetry and for being an “Instagram poet”. His memoir, The Terrible, was published in 2018, and in 2019 it won the PEN/Ackerley Prize. She also co-wrote Black Is King, Beyoncé’s musical […]

UFC 275 predictions – Glover Teixeira vs

The UFC continues a crazy series of PPV events with another featuring multiple title fights. Last month, Charles Oliveira outclassed Justin Gaethje to retain the lightweight strap and Carla Esparza won the women’s strawweight championship from Rose Namajunas in Phoenix, Arizona. Now the promotion is heading to Asia for UFC 275 in Kallang, Singapore. The […]

Kevin Smith set to take over as helm of ...

According to Netflix Geeked Week, Kevin Smith is set to return to executive produce a potential follow-up to 2021’s Masters of the Universe: Revelation. On Thursday, IGN reported that during Netflix Geeked Week, Kevin Smith is set to take over executive production on a new He-Man project called Masters of the Universe: Revolution. It’s apparently […]

Murakami opens up about his latest trans...

As part of his life’s work to make F. Scott Fitzgerald’s books more accessible to Japanese readers, novelist Haruki Murakami translated and published Fitzgerald’s latest novel, “The Last Tycoon,” in Japanese. Although the book was never completed, as Fitzgerald’s life was cut short in 1940 when he suffered a heart attack at age 44, it […]

A unique ‘trilogy’ will unfold at a huge

The second Sunday in June usually attracts many boxing dignitaries to Canastota, New York. There’s a banquet, autograph card display, parade, lectures on the museum grounds and a ceremony that often allows fans of the sport to interact with some of its most legendary figures during its weekend. annual at the International Boxing Hall of […]

🌱 Riverhead Daily: $496,000 Science Ctr

Hello, neighbors. Diane Witek here with your new copy of the Riverhead Daily, filled with all the things you need to know about what’s happening locally. First, today’s weather forecast: Heavy rain and a thunderstorm. High: 75, low: 58. Here are the best stories in Riverhead today: The New York State Council of the Arts […]

Dolly Alderton on Turning Her Life Into ...

Dolly Alderton’s memoir of the madness of her 20s was a huge hit, and now it’s a streaming series. But she had to change history. Whisper Dolly Alderton’s name to a young woman and she’ll probably squeal with delight. The British writer, podcaster and journalist is a millennial superstar for his honest and fresh perspectives […]

Can journalists and grieving communities...

By DAVID BAUDER, AP Media Writer NEW YORK (AP) — As a group of reporters stood in front of a morgue to attend the funeral of a child killed in the Uvalde school massacre, some people passing by did not hide their anger. “You’re all the scum of the earth,” one woman said as she […]

Who Jurassic fans really want to see a m...

Redditor u/tonyinthetardis started a thread asking others if they think Bryce Dallas Howard would make a good director for any future “Jurassic” movies. After playing small roles in films directed by her father, Ron Howard, she would take on larger roles, such as in “Spider-Man 3” and “Pete’s Dragon”; she also plays the female lead […]

Real Civil War hero inspires LGBTQ+ nove...

As a young volunteer re-enactor at Naper Settlement, Michael Leali was comfortable identifying as a 19th-century boy. He was carrying his backpack, which contained essential tools of that time, such as a pewter mug and a writing slate. Leali had read all of the Little House on the Prairie books. He loved 1800s history. “I […]

How a Curious Guestbook for the Brontë P

There was a pleasing honesty. In the mud and blood of Wuthering Heights, and the visceral rawness of roaring grief and in the drama of his own darling Jane Eyre. Now, as the new Writer-in-Residence at Haworth’s Brontë Parsonage Museum, she’s determined to immerse herself in those same dramatic landscapes to tap into that creativity. […]

Women’s golf youth movement includes ris

By STEVE REED, AP Sports Reporter SOUTHERN PINES, NC (AP) — Women’s golf is on the rise, and there’s no shortage of momentum among fans and sponsors. With an abundance of emerging stars gaining notoriety, the sport is attracting more attention – and sponsorships – in the post-Covid era. According to the USGA, ticket sales […]

Lisa Carmen Wang, author of Bad B!tch Bi...

Lisa Wang is a former 4X USA National Champion and Hall of Fame gymnast turned serial entrepreneur, investor, writer, keynote speaker, executive coach, and unabashed feminist. Lisa is the founder of BAD B!TCH EMPIRE, which builds self-esteem and wealth for women on the Web3. She is the host of the Enoughness podcast. In this episode […]

Le Libraire – Commentary – The case of t

Agatha Christie is known to be the best-selling fiction writer in the world, with her novels having sold over two billion copies. The prolific author of 66 novels and numerous short story collections is also a commanding presence in theatre. Some have argued – convincingly – that she is the most successful female playwright of […]

15th Annual ACM Honors for Nashville’s H

The 15th Annual ACM Honors Ceremony will be held in August at the historic Ryman Auditorium in Nashville, Tennessee. The Academy of Country Music announces the winners of the ACM Special Award Wednesday morning (June 1). “ACM Honors is truly a special and unique night as the entire country music community comes together to celebrate […]

10 Ways DC Hurt The Justice League

The Justice League is DC’s most important superteam. Made up of the publisher’s greatest heroes, the League has defended the DC Multiverse from every threat imaginable. Some of the publisher’s biggest stories have featured the team, and the success of their debut is what prompted Marvel to get back into the superhero game, putting the […]

A scientist starts writing fiction

Marulasidda Siddu Marulasidda Siddu NEW YORK, May 31, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — You almost never see someone in the scientific field doing creative work. This is because many perceive the two skills to be polar opposites. But trends are changing and people are exploring their many talents, no matter what field they work in. This […]

British Actors Sign Letter Calling For M...

More than 100 actors and public figures in the UK have put their names to an open letter calling for better on-screen representation of older women, to help tackle “entrenched ageism” in the entertainment industry. Signatories include Keeley Hawes, Lesley Manville, Richard E Grant, David Tennant, Zawe Ashton, Meera Syal and Juliet Stevenson. In the […]

Actors Call for Better On-Screen Represe...

Actors such as Juliet Stevenson, Meera Syal, David Tennant and Zawe Ashton have called for better on-screen representation of women over 45 to tackle the “entrenched” ageism of the entertainment industry. In an open letter signed by over 100 actors and public figures, the Acting Your Age (AYAC) campaign has called for equal representation in […]

Henry VIII at Shakespeare’s Globe

Henry VIII is a play about power and how it corrupts. Regardless of the relevance of this moment, it’s a flawed play – several key action points occur offstage. There isn’t really a climax, the ending originally serving as an epilogue. Considering all that, it’s not the most interesting of the works attributed to Shakespeare. […]

What should you read next? Here are the...

Elif Batuman Whether orby Jhumpa Lahiri Translate myself and othersby Colin Barrett Homesicknessand Ali Smith side piece all are among the highest rated books of the month. Featured by Book Marks, “Rotten Tomatoes for books” by Lit Hub. * Fiction 1. Whether or by Elif Batuman(PenguinPress) 13 Rave • 7 Positives • 1 MixedRead an […]

AP sources: Colin Kaepernick to train fo...

FILE – Free agent quarterback Colin Kaepernick throws during halftime of an NCAA college football intra-squad spring game at Michigan, April 2, 2022, in Ann Arbor, Michigan. the league in 2016 when he began kneeling during the national anthem to protest police brutality and racial inequality. Two people familiar with the situation said Wednesday, May […]

Josh O’Connor on the nudity in Mothering

It is the eve of Mother’s Sunday, when servants in large houses have a day off to visit their mothers. Be glad you don’t have parents, patrician Mrs. Niven orders her maid, Jane, as she removes the jewels from her hands. Jane – played by Australian actress Odessa Young – was left as a baby […]

May Cobb’s Favorite Dirty Thrillers ‹ Cr

Ever since I was a teenager when, like every other kid I knew, I had unlimited access to HBO and Cinemax After Dark, I was addicted to salacious thrillers. The more Adrian Lyne, the better. There’s something about the themes of obsession, infidelity, betrayal, seduction, and murder that gets my wicked inner heart beating. Bold […]

Women and Financial Independence | Rise...

With the kind of cost of living the current generation has to bear, it only makes sense that every working-age member earns a chunk of it. With the changing times, financial independence is a must for everyone. Financial independence is the ability to earn a living. It is important that each individual be financially independent. […]

From Cannes: Newcomer Julie Ledru lights...

When Julia (Julie Ledru), the protagonist of Lola Quivoron’s electrifying new film “Rodeo” – which premiered May 19 at the 2022 Cannes Film Festival – sets out to become a stuntwoman on a dirt bike, it seems everyone possible obstacles are in his way. For one thing, she needs a bike. High-performance dirt bikes are […]

My journey from banking to film producti...

By Agatha Emeadi Popularly From Bami Greg, Maureen Airebamen is an interesting, multi-talented woman who is a writer, producer, designer and actress in films airing on African Magic and IrokoTV. In a recent chat with the Sunday Sun, Bami revealed that when he was nine, his father gave him a computer to write his scripts […]

Best Female Anime Villains | The Mary S...

It’s officially the era of villains. Welcome aboard. Maybe you’re looking for inspiration on what kind of villain you want to be. A nice n’er-do-well? A cold-hearted tough guy in a tight dress? A grandmother who uses her offspring as her own personal army? As you research your new brand, there’s one place you can […]

Stream it or skip it?

Anais in love – now on VOD – is a deeply French film about a free spirit who freely navigates his way through life, to his delight and our conflicting feelings about it all. It’s the feature debut of writer-director Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet, which puts us in the swirling orbit of its protagonist, and sits back […]

Moira Macdonald’s list of must-have book

Of course, you could spend those pre-summer days doing outdoor activities — but wouldn’t you rather read? For those whose answer to that question is an enthusiastic “yes,” here are four new books worth keeping inside. “Love Marriage: A Novel” by Monica Ali (Scribner, $27.99). It’s one of those enchanting books full of people who […]

🌱 School district eliminates quarantine

Hello, neighbors! Dan Casarella here with your Tuesday edition of the Philadelphia Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: Rather sunny and less humid. High: 75 Low: 55. 🏡 Are you a local real estate agent? Let us help you generate leads, grow your brand in Philadelphia, and set you apart from the competition. Click here to […]

Words in the Wild workshop with Nicola C...

Paperboat, co-founded by Emma Milne-White in 2018, occasionally organizes writing workshops. It is “relaunched” under the aegis of Hungerford Bookshop. All workshops are suitable for beginners and can also help you if you have work in progress. Next month will be with local award-winning naturalist writer Nicola Chester, whose memoir On Gallows Down was shortlisted […]

Six feel-good shows to watch if you’re s

Heartstopper, the beautiful upbeat and unapologetically queer coming-of-age story from Nick Nelson and Charlie Spring has been a huge hit since its debut on Netflix in late April, perhaps because it’s a burst of joy full of freshness. the air in these crazy times we live in. Set in the fictional Truham Grammar High School […]

The Golden, Silver, and Bronze Ages of C...

Comic book readers often refer to Golden, Money and The Bronze Ages of comic books – and here’s what those terms mean. Comics have been around for a long time; According to Scott McCloud’s definition of comics as a sequential art for telling a story, the genre dates back to before the Reformation. But, of […]

(BPRW) A black superheroine for the time...

(BPRW) A black superheroine for the time; Sugar A fictional tale based on real events (Black PR Wire) Philadelphia, PA — SUGAR, now a 5-time International Independent Award winner, is a fictional tale about a single mother/hit store owner by day, who poses as a vigilante by night. protecting battered and abused women. Written, directed […]

Crime writer Kate Flora talks about her ...

“Maine has produced some terrific mystery writers,” the Lincoln County Historical Association said in a press release. LCHA celebrates them with a talk by Kate Flora. Maine native and accomplished crime writer, Flora’s Zoom presentation on Thursday, May 26 at 6 p.m. will cover Maine’s long legacy of mystery writing with a special focus on […]

TWU inspired the nation’s youngest law g

This Friday, 19-year-old TWU alumnus Haley Taylor Schlitz will become the youngest law school graduate in the nation and the youngest law school graduate at SMU. But Schlitz has no intention of cashing in on that degree as a high-paying corporate lawyer or top lawyer. “I want to get into educational policies,” […]

‘It’s a huge moment’: how Ncuti Gatwa wi

Dactor Who changes lives. For science fiction writer Tade Thompson, an episode from his childhood was so frightening that it inspired one of his books decades later. Jenny Colgan was such a big fan that even the boys couldn’t stop her from writing Doctor Who novels. And as the first black director of a Who […]

Micro Review: Natalie Haynes’ ‘Pandora’s

In “Pandora’s Jar,” presenter, writer, and classicism enthusiast Natalie Haynes upends popular understanding of ancient Greek epic poems, stories, and plays written by men, telling them from a female perspective and tracing the origins of their mythical female characters. In the book, she examines the origin stories and cultural legacies of classic literature’s best-known women, […]

Leanne Crichton: Rangers title win could...

Rangers lifted the SWPL1 trophy for the first time, stopping Scottish women’s football giants Glasgow City after a monumental 14 winning seasons. Only time will tell which is more important: Rangers writing their own history or the end of City’s dominance. Either way, it could dramatically change the landscape of gambling in Scotland. It’s a […]

As a single father, Mother’s Day raises

Dear Parents: Teachers will be working on Mother’s Day activities this week and next — they won’t be posting updates or photos because we don’t want to spoil the surprise!!!! This email from my son’s preschool appeared in my feed a few weeks ago. It’s quite innocent. The surprise is probably a handmade card and […]

​​​​​​​ Journalist and writer: the peopl

Since April 17, Turkey has carried out attacks on areas of southern Kurdistan following a visit by the president of the government of southern Kurdistan, Masrour Barzani to Turkey, in addition to simultaneous attacks on the north and the south. east of Syria. Turkish massacres continue In this regard, Jordanian journalist and writer Raddad Al-Qallab […]

Overthrowing Roe threatens women’s right

How strange, the condition of having a body, of be a body. Consider the marrow sponge that makes your blood, the skeleton that holds your organs together, the tendons that connect your muscles to bones, the heart that pumps blood through your veins, the electrical signals that travel along the optic nerve from your retinas. […]

Interview with Jennifer Keene – DC Prese

The world of DC Comics goes retro with the Showcase DC short blue beetle. Conceived as a 60s cartoon, the animated short centers on Ted Kord’s incarnation of the iconic hero as he teams up with The Question to foil Dr. Spectro’s plan to corrupt the feelings of people in the world. whole world. In […]

The original power girl named Modesty, w...

This was before the internet, there was no online book ordering service, and therefore no e-book readers. Children addicted to reading had to join the circulating libraries (almost non-existent now) in the neighborhood and read the comics and popular books that were arriving in the suburbs of Mumbai. After passing the Enid Blytons (she is […]

Florida’s ‘Shark Lady’ is now on a Forev

Eugenie Clark once called back how, as a hypnotized child, she felt “completely attached” to a shark she saw swimming in a New York aquarium. “I just felt: If only I could be in the water with a shark“Clark, then 83, told a Tampa Bay Weather journalist in 2006. Decades after that encounter, Clark – […]

Ex-writer thinks WWE started women’s rev

Vince Russo thinks WWE changed the way it portrays female superstars just to make Stephanie McMahon look good. In 2016, WWE stopped referring to female superstars as “Divas” and began treating the women’s division as a priority. Since then, many women have headlined premium live events and become as popular as some of the top […]

Long Plain First Nations elect a female ...

CODY SELLAR PERSONAL JOURNALIST Kyra Wilson was elected Chief of the Long Plain First Nation. “/> Kyra Wilson was elected Chief of the Long Plain First Nation. PORTAGE LA PRAIRIE Long Plain First Nation has elected its second female chief and the first since the 1970s. “I just feel happy and excited, […]

‘The pendulum has swung’: why we Trinida

LLast week, Trinidadian writer Lisa Allen-Agostini’s novel The Bread the Devil Knead landed a coveted spot on the list of finalists for the Women’s Prize. As a fellow Trinidadian writer, this is both exciting and unsurprising. These days, Trinidad is producing world-class female writers. Allen-Agostini’s shortlist follows the announcement two weeks ago that Trinidadian writer […]

Nic Cage’s Baptism in ‘Mandy’ Bloodbath,

In “USS Indianapolis: Men of Courage” in 2016, Nicolas Cage fought sharks. Perhaps he learned from them how some species must keep moving to survive. Throughout his long and varied career, Cage has continued to swim. The waters – and the roles – keep getting wilder. It’s been an odd ride for the actor, both […]

Exploring the voices of Serbian women fr...

Thanks so much for talking to us! Tell us a bit about your establishment. Baby: The National Library of Serbia is the national, central, research and general scientific library of the country. It is the parent library institution for all libraries in Serbia. It is the first cultural institution established by the Serbian state and […]

GLOBAL EDITORS COLLECTIVE TO PUBLISH NEW...

PHILADELPHIA CREAM, April 30, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Global Collective Publishers announced today that it will publish an international human rights activist and writer Taslima Nasrine. In this powerful selection of essays, Taslima confronts issues of women’s oppression and gender inequality, freedom of expression and religious violence. In a bold and pragmatic style, her protest language […]

People Want A Woman To Take James Corden...

The late show will soon be looking for a new host after James Corden announced he was to leave the CBS show. One thing’s for sure — when you don’t have women hosting late-night network shows, but you have three white men named James, you could probably do with a little more diversity. At least, […]

Ember Moon on WWE asking women to dress ...

Former WWE and NXT Superstar Ember Moon was released by the company on November 4, 2021, after appearing intermittently on WWE’s NXT developmental brand. Moon, now known as Athena, previously performed on the Gold and Black label, between September 2015 and April 2018, before joining the Monday night gross list after Wrestle Mania 34. She […]

My Fair Lady has her issues but I still ...

I have seen My Fair Lady an alarming number of times but never on stage. The musical is coming to the Coliseum in London and when it was announced I learned that Amara Okereke, who plays Eliza Doolittle, has reportedly watched the film version over 200 times. Now, it’s not a competition, but I think […]

Murderer convicted of stabbing in prison

Man convicted of killing a Sandia High school student during a homecoming party and suspected of shooting a young woman playing Pokémon Go faces new charges inside the county jail after deputies said he stabbed another inmate more than 20 times in revenge for killing his brother. . Izaiah Garcia (MDC) Izaiah Garcia, 21, is […]

Raja Change Sultan ’72 Named Launch Day

Melina Korfonta ’25 news editor Trinity College made an announcement last week appointing alumnus Raja Changez Sultan ’72, an internationally renowned Pakistani painter and poet, as a guest speaker at Trinity’s 196and Beginning which will take place on Sunday, May 22. Sultan, along with Lloyd Alexander Lewis Jr. ’69 and Cornelia Parsons Thornburgh ’80, will […]

The Weeknd’s HBO series ‘The Idol’ is ge

Variety learned the HBO series from The Weeknd The idol will undergo a redesign due to the decision to move in a “new creative direction”. “The idolThe creative team at continues to build, refine and evolve its vision for the show and they have aligned themselves with a new creative direction,” HBO said in a […]

Poetry about being a taxi driver in New ...

Collection of poetry by Sean Singer, Today in the Taxi, could easily be described as a vivid portrait of ridesharing in New York in the years leading up to the pandemic. At bottom, however, these poems read like unaddressed letters sent to help us navigate a troubling modern world. While driving a taxi in New […]

How Minx explores nuanced feminism

In the new HBO Max series Naughty,Joyce Prigger (Ophelia Lovibond), a well-educated, upper-class writer, has big dreams of creating a hard-hitting feminist magazine that will capture the minds of her well-read, progressive female colleagues in the seventies. Instead, the only person who is willing to invest money in creating his magazine is a sleazy editor, […]

An eco-friendly reading list for oenophi...

Do you want to perfect your biodynamics? Get dirt on your dirt? Here’s a short Earth Month playlist, with a focus on carefully grown wines. Some are old, some new, but all are timeless in their themes of environmental stewardship. Bertrand is a biodynamic evangelist/winemaker from the French region of Languedoc. Gerard Bertrand Biodynamic champion […]

NJ’s Shakespeare Theater Celebrates 60 Y

The Shakespeare Theater in New Jersey, which earned a well-deserved spot on New Jersey Monthly’The list of 52 things to do in New Jersey celebrates its 60th anniversary this year. The upcoming season marks the first time since the start of the Covid-19 pandemic that the Madison-based theater has presented a full lineup of five […]

What should you read next? Here are the...

by Tove Ditlevsen The problem of happinessGary Indiana fire seasonand Sascha Rothchild blood sugar all are among the highest rated books of the week. Featured by Book Marks, “Rotten Tomatoes for books” by Lit Hub. * Fiction 1. blood sugar by Sascha Rothchild(Son of GP Putnam) 3 Rave • 2 Positive • 1 MixedRead an […]

Not in Venice? Catch works from Simone ...

Simone Leigh’s American pavilion draws lines around the courtyard during the Venice Biennale premiere this week. But those who fail to attend the breathtaking presentation of the Giardini will have several other chances. The presentation, which includes 11 new works, will form the basis of Leigh’s first-ever survey exhibition, at the Institute of Contemporary Art […]

Protest and Pleasure: Riffs on Classic I...

LOS ANGELES — Some of Jaishri Abichandani’s works are so palpable that they evoke a strong sense of touch just by looking at them. The centerpieces of “Flower-Headed Children,” her solo exhibition at Craft Contemporary, are figures sculpted from polymer clay and adorned with petals and jewels. They appear to be handmade, with an attention […]

Phoebe Frances Brown, “outspoken and fun

Actress and writer Phoebe Frances Brown, who created an acclaimed play about her incurable brain cancer, has died aged 29. Brown starred and wrote in The Glad Game, a solo show in which she wanted to demonstrate that “even after receiving the most devastating news, there is still hilarity and joy to be had”. It […]

As a former English teacher I am shocked...

“Put that book down, you’ll ruin your eyes!” Or else my mother warned me every day of my childhood (at night I secretly read in bed, the pages lit by the Lucozade glow from the street lamp), and how right she was. My eyesight is terrible, but my literary judgment is pretty good. That’s why […]

Movies like Gerald’s Game That Will Deli

Perhaps you walked away from “Gerald’s Game” in awe of lead performances by Carla Gugino and Bruce Greenwood. Maybe the creativity of the film’s small scope really did it for you. But if Jessie’s ingenuity was what put “Gerald’s Game” into the stratosphere for you, then you have to check out “10 Cloverfield Lane.” This […]

Obituary of Lady Knight of Collingtree |...

Jill Knight, the longtime Tory backbench MP for Edgbaston constituency in south Birmingham who died aged 98, was not as benign or harmless as she sometimes appeared . Known for her colorful floral dress sense – once memorably described by former Times parliamentary sketch writer Craig Brown as making her look like a fight in […]

A poet of love and revolution

Dr Ratan Bhattacharjee Asom Bhasa Gourav award winner Jepulin Rajkumari is a popular name in Assamese literature. His sixth poetic volume entitled Tumi Koisila – Me Tomar Beatrice includes 150 brilliant poems. WH Auden once said: “A poet is, above all, a person who is passionately in love with language. The moment I received Jepolin […]

In NCAA women’s gymnastics, a hole the s

Ragan Smith of Oklahoma competes in the floor exercise during the NCAA Women’s Gymnastics Championships, Thursday, April 14, 2022, in Fort Worth, Texas. (AP Photo/Tony Gutierrez) Tony Gutierrez PA FORT WORTH, TX Ragan Smith had no shortage of options when it came to choosing a college, as tends to happen when you’re an elite gymnast […]

Merritt Wever sees honesty and relevance...

1/5 Merritt Wever can now be seen in the Apple TV+ anthology series, “Roar.” Photo Jim Ruymen/UPI | License picture NEW YORK, April 15 (UPI) — Nurse Jackie and The Walking Dead alum Merritt Wever says there’s a lot of truth to how modern relationships can evolve in his episode of the Apple TV+ anthology […]

Create a “writer’s room of your own” 

On April 4, an audience of students and graduates, Pamphlet members and strangers, moved around the C Science Center to hear “A Writer’s Room of One’s Own”, a panel of women Pamphlet graduates who go on to successful careers in print, film and television, from the new yorker for Saturday Night Live. The panelists – […]

WWE Superstar Reveals Backstage Reaction...

Austin Theory has revealed how the Superstars reacted backstage after WWE Chairman Vince McMahon’s surprise in-ring return on Night 2 of WrestleMania 38. The segment kicked off with a singles match between Pat McAfee and Austin Theory. The two men faced off in a highly entertaining battle that ultimately ended in victory for McAfee. However, […]

MW | whitehot contemporary art magazine

Cover, C is for curator Bice Curiger, A Life in Art. By JOSEPH NECHVATALApril 2022 By C is for conservative: Bice Curiger, A life in art—a two-year-old snazzy-covid-ongoing bound—art historian Dora Imhof travels the mountainous terrain of a pop-loving polyglot Swiss leftist student who becomes an art critic-journalist; co-founding editor and publisher of the prestigious […]

Questions from Alice Walker: Are you sma...

Walker won the trophy at the age of 66 with a specialist round in the Peak District – but how would you do? A quiz veteran has become the oldest female Mastermind champion to triumph in the long-running quiz at the age of 66. Alice Walker won by six points in the Grand Final – […]

Scary Horror Movies To Stream This Week ...

Fighting spirit is an American classic. The 1982 story of paranormal forces haunting a suburban family is a collaboration between two of the most celebrated horror filmmakers, director Tobe Hooper and producer/screenwriter Steve Spielberg. Forty years after its premiere, the film has permeated our culture and become one of the quintessential haunted house tales in […]

The Corruption of the Feminist Library

It was a feminist bookstore that brought me to the Women’s Liberation Movement. I was a shy 17-year-old boy in Leeds in 1979. I nervously opened the door to the dingy storefront, which had posters of Audre Lorde and Kate Millett in the window. Inside, a notice board advertised rooms in squats and co-ops, as […]

What happened to 23 Jump Street?

the 21 jump street The franchise is considered one of the best buddy comedy series of the 2010s. Both films are based on the 1980s Fox series that launched Johnny Depp’s controversial career and brought his concept into the 21st century. Jonah Hill and Channing Tatum led the series as two immature and incompetent narcotics […]

Local author’s new book ‘Strange’ deserv

A local author and teacher at Middlebury College has published her third book of stories, ‘How Strange a Season’, continuing her exploration of women and their interactions with nature and the world. “Megan Mayhew Bergman is one of the finest writers for chronicling our tangled, intimate, and complicated relationship with the natural world; her elegant, […]

‘Bullying is a unique kind of trauma’: t

JHere’s something crucial that most true crime podcasts lack: the voice of the victim. That’s not the case with Stories of the Stalked, a six-part Audible series from award-winning filmmaker and dancer Lily Baldwin. After spending 13 years being harassed, she wrote and narrated an immersive series in which an illusory sound design transports the […]

City of Groveland Hosts Events at the La...

For immediate release GROVELAND – The City of Groveland and Langley-Adams Public Library Director Darcy Lepore are pleased to share planned programming for children, teens and adults throughout April and early May. Adult programs Monday, April 11 at 7 p.m. — Virtual program — Thriller Author Charlie Donlea You won’t want to miss this book […]

5 black poets who changed the world with...

Poetry is an art form that has been used to heal, inform and empower people for centuries. Whether it is literature, a spoken word performance or even music, this art form acts as a catalyst to shed light on a plethora of ideas and sentiments surrounding issues of social justice, economic or societal conditions, as […]

WGA West Inclusion and Equity Report Rev...

According to the WGA West’s latest Inclusion and Equity Report, the percentage of screenwriters employed under the guild’s contract who are Black, Indigenous and of Color (BIPOC) has quadrupled in the past 11 years. According to the report, the percentage of active BIPOC screenwriters increased from just 5.2% in 2010 to 22.6% in 2020, compared […]

Stirling News: Jane Austin dropped out a...

Students at the University of Stirling will instead be presented with works by African-American writer Toni Morrison, author of books such as Song of Solomon and Beloved. The institution said swapping Austen for Morrison would also “help increase diversity” in the curriculum, according to forms notifying management of changes to course materials. In the latest […]

Cold climate for Swiss and Irish women w...

Last year, Switzerland reached an uncomfortable milestone, the 50th anniversary of granting women the right to vote. Ireland celebrates a century of universal suffrage for women this year. Does this mean that Irish women were in a much better position than their Swiss sisters in 1971? Unfortunately not. Looking back, it is shocking how little […]

Analysis: Iga Swiatek’s rapid rise to th

Iga Swiatek of Poland reacts after defeating Naomi Osaka of Japan, 6-4, 6-0, in the women’s singles final of the Miami Open tennis tournament, Saturday, April 2, 2022, in Miami Gardens, Florida. (AP Photo/Wilfredo Lee) Wilfredo Lee PA When new No. 1 Iga Swiatek’s final game ended with another victory, her 17th straight, she ran […]

Jet Sports Training Female Athlete of th...

Sabino’s Riley Nielson (Andy Morales/AllSportsTucson.com) Sabino senior pitcher Riley Nielson went 8-0 with a 0.98 ERA in March – a big reason the defending state champion Sabercats are 19-3 overall and 5-0 in the 3A South. Due to her irresistible performance, Nielson (10-2 with a 2.06 overall ERA this season) is the Jet Sports Training […]

Collection of essays on the pleasure of ...

“In the Margins: On the Pleasures of Reading and Writing” by Elena Ferrante, translated from Italian by Ann Goldstein; Europa Editions (112 pages, $21.95) There’s a moment in Elena Ferrante’s “My Brilliant Friend” where Elena, the narrator and possibly the author’s alter ego, reacts to a letter she received from the book’s other main character. […]

April 2022: What’s New and Gay on Netfli

April showers bring one thing: lesbian, bisexual, queer and trans women and non-binary characters to our TV sets! After the darkest month of queer content on record (March 2022), I’m happy to report that there’s promise on the horizon! Here’s what’s airing with LGBTQ+ characters this great season! LGBTQ+ Netflix Movies and TV Shows for […]

“The mythification of the history of mus

In the summer of 2019, Kim Gordon – musician, visual artist, writer and former member of legendary rock band Sonic Youth – arrived in Dublin. She did a live interview at the Light House Cinema with writer Sinéad Gleeson. “I interviewed Kim about her art, because her solo show had just opened at IMMA,” says […]

H&M pledges to protect female workers in

A legally binding agreement has been signed by H&M with one of its largest Indian garment suppliers to protect female garment workers from sexual violence and harassment. Last year, 20-year-old Jeyasre Kathiravel was found dead after finishing a shift at Natchi Apparel, a factory (owned by Eastman Exports) making clothes for H&M, the world’s second […]

As the threats of nuclear war and climat...

After exhausting their efforts for action, they eat the food they have prepared and bought, give thanks and pray before they “die among neighbors” – to use an expression coined by poet and writer Langston Hughes in 1965. “Dying between neighbours” was something of a common refrain in the small number of stories told by […]

Why were women not allowed to act in Sha...

(The Conversation is an independent, nonprofit source of news, analysis, and commentary from academic experts.) Elizabeth Steinway, Colorado State University Curious Kids is a series for children of all ages. If you have a question you’d like an expert to answer, send it to [email protected] Why were women not allowed to act in Shakespeare’s plays? […]

Moving the Goalposts: welcome to our new...

Oe have come a long way since June 2017 when, a month before the start of the European Championship in the Netherlands, I was first asked to write a weekly women’s football blog for the Guardian. In many ways, the growth of our coverage has gone hand in hand with the growth of the game. […]

The bookseller – News – Jefferson, Danga

The winners of this year’s Windham-Campbell Prizes have been announced, along with Zimbabwean writers Tsitsi Dangarembga (Nervous conditionsFaber) and Siphiwe Gloria Ndlovu (The flight theoryCatalyst Press) winning the fiction awards. Each recipient receives an unrestricted grant of $165,000 to support their writing and allow them to focus on their work regardless of financial concerns. Dangarembga […]

Surprisingly, being an actress isn’t as

There’s one more orange to cheer on – The Daily Orange! Donate today and help us win College Media Madness. If you didn’t know, it’s still Women’s History Month, a month dedicated to remembering the efforts of women, past and present. Or, as some call it, “the butt of every male misogynist’s jokes during the […]

Putting pen to paper: Red Raider manages...

Madeline Leeah enjoys reading, playing the violin, and is a double major in Anthropology and Languages ​​and Cultures as a student at Texas Tech. That is, when she’s not busy writing and editing her nearly 100,000-word fantasy novel. Leeah, a freshman from Amarillo, said writing has been a passion of hers for as long as […]

‘Yellowstone’ Fans Still Have Mixed Feel

TL; DR: Beth Kelly Reilly actress is very different from her aggressive and rude persona Yellowstone fans vary in their opinions of Beth Kelly Reilly explains why Beth resonates with many fans Cole Hauser and Kelly Reilly | Primordial Yellowstone aired its Season 4 finale in January, and now fans are eagerly awaiting Season 5. […]

Film museum to add exhibit on historic H...

JTA — A new Hollywood history museum will have a permanent exhibit dedicated to Jewish contributions after early criticism that Jews were left out. The change was announced this week ahead of this year’s Oscars, which feature a more diverse list of nominees than in the past. It caps a period of intense discussion about […]