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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 ( Aginelo Productions ( announces that their detective feature script, BLUE RUNNING, is now in pre-production as they seek […]

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, […]

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.” […]

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 […]

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 […]

‘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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

‘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 […]

‘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 […]

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 […]

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, […]

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 […]

Riverdance to tour the United States wit...

This undated image released by Abhann Productions Ltd. shows Morgan Bullock, cast member of Irish dance group Riverdance. Bullock is the troupe’s first black dancer. (Abhann Productions Ltd./Polk & Co. via AP) Abhann Productions Ltd PA NEW YORK When Irish dance troupe Riverdance embark on their 25th anniversary North American tour later this year, someone […]

Research shows BRCA-linked cancers aren’

News According to a new study, men who carry a defect in the BRCA1 or BRCA2 genes may be at higher risk for prostate, breast, stomach and pancreatic cancers. The risks identified for men carrying genetic mutations underline the need for broader screening in men for the early detection of cancers. Although mutations in the […]

Ignored For 40 Years, Kay Dick’s Paranoi

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

From Sundance: “Everyday in Kaimukī”: A

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

Amulet Review – Romola Garai’s Chamber a

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

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

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

GamesBeat Journalist Rachel Kaser’s Favo

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

Asian Qualifiers: Iran clinches Qatar 20...

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

Jazzy Golfer launches a new women’s golf

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

For a republic where women matter

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

‘Working on Qatil Haseenaon Ke Naam gave

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

Deanne Weir and Olivia Humphrey launch S...

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

Waterford native shortlisted for UK’s £1

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

Apply Now for the Wyoming Arts Council B...

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

After massive backlash, writer Taslima N...

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

The 10 Most Diverse Comic Book Character...

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

The best novels by female authors

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

From Nightmare Alley to Let’s Eat Grandm

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

Star Wars Production List Provides Ahsok...

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

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

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

About Roberta Metsola: Why a female lead...

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

Girls on Top, the new collaboration betw...

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

Maggie Smith’s Best Movie and TV Roles

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

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

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

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

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

How Marvel Turned An Avenger’s Childhood

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

An anthology of comics by the best Spani...

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

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

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

‘No more men hating men,’ shout Korean a

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

A Hawkeye Fanship of Yelena and Kate Bis...

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

FG travels to celebrate Nigerian women w...

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

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

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

15 great Chinese dramas to binge on

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

January 14, 2022 – Multiversity comics

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

At Culpeper Inn during outage, local wom...

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

A conversation with the author of My Sum...

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

Meet these women who won the prestigious...

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

Preview: Catch the Fair One

Native American fighter Kali Reis plays a former boxer in search of her missing sister in writer-director Josef Kubota Wladyka’s thriller. Native American professional boxer Kali Reis is ready to rumble in writer-director Josef Kubota Wladyka Catch the beautiful, a daring thriller that IFC Films will release on February 11 in select theaters and on […]

Writer writes moving poem against right-...

As the New Year dawns around the world, Indian women have woken up to yet another heartbreaking development. Some right-wing elements in India had created an app named Bulli Bai where they had auctioned a list of names of well-established, educated and strong Muslim women. It was humiliating not only for Muslim women but also […]

Poet Maya Angelou is the first black wom...

A new neighborhood featuring legendary poet and civil rights activist Maya Angelou and other pioneer American women officially began shipping to banks on Monday, the US Mint said. Angelou is the first black woman to appear on the trimester. Maya Angelou’s drawing is the first quarter of the American Women Quarters Program, a four-year program […]

Japanese women fight pervasive sexism

In the 2021 election, only 9.7% of the ruling Liberal Democratic Party candidates were women. (Carl Court / Pool photo via AP) The legislative elections to Japan’s lower house last October were the first since the Law on “Promoting Gender Equality in Politics” three years earlier. Yet the number of women elected to the House […]

This and that: “JT LeRoy” and “Tomboy” |

JT LeRoy (based on an extraordinary true story) and Tomboy explore what happens when two people explore a different identity. JT LeRoy Laura Dern with Kristen Stewart in ‘JT LeRoy’. Source: Steven Ackerman In the late 1990s and early 2000s, JT LeRoy was one of the most prominent young writers in the literary world thanks […]

The hijacked life of a genre fiction wri...

Message invited by the author Stéphanie LaVigneStephanie LaVigne is an author of detective novels and bestselling novels. She appears frequently in media, including podcasts, television, magazines, and online author interviews. Connect with her on your favorite social media platforms and sign up for her newsletter at to be up to date with what’s happening […]

Preserving the Story: Medicine Woman Mel...

UNCASVILLE – Mohegan Medicine Woman Melissa Tantaquidgeon Zobel, an award-winning writer with several novels and non-fiction books to her name, understands the power of storytelling. After all, Tantaquidgeon Zobel, who is also the official tribe historian, comes from a long line of storytellers. A very long line. His great aunt and mentor was the medicine […]

12 essential Dalit authors to get real i...

Reclaiming the literary space that was historically exclusive to them, Dalit writers of all languages ​​and over the decades have provided a startling glimpse into the reality of being ‘Dalit’ in India, a society where the hierarchical and hierarchical caste system and discriminatory continues. Before Dalit writer-activists raised their voices and used their pens to […]

‘Peril!’ The champion reaches $ 1 milli

By LYNN ELBER, AP TV Writer LOS ANGELES (AP) – “Danger! Champion Amy Schneider joins her list of bragging rights and admirers. Already the highest paid contestant in quiz history and the woman with the longest winning streak, on Friday she became one of only four “Jeopardy!” players to reach seven figures in regular season […]

🌱 Max Tracy not seeking re-election + Ca

Have a nice day, neighbors! Danielle Fallon here with a brand new issue of the Burlington Daily. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Partly sunny and cold. High: 18 Low: 15. Here are the three most popular stories today in Burlington: Burlington City Council Chairman Max Tracy has announced he will not […]

Forget Sherlock Holmes and try these oth...

In December 1893, just six years after his first appearance and at the height of his popularity with late Victorian readers, Sherlock Holmes, the world’s most famous fictional detective, was killed by his creator Arthur Conan Doyle. In “The final problem”, published in the strand magazine, Sherlock plunged above Reichenbach Falls in a fight with […]

A new Aaliyah album slated for release t...

Aaliyah at ‘The Tonight Show with Jay Leno’ at NBC Studios in Burbank, Ca. 07/25/01.Photo: Kevin Winter (Getty Images) R&B “baby girl” Aaliyah’s posthumous debut album is set to finally hit streaming services this month. Title unstoppableAccording to Billboard, news of the album’s release was confirmed by Aaliyah’s uncle Barry Hankerson during an interview on […]

What black and white shooting brings to ...

When it comes to black and white cinema, there is more than it seems. The monochromatic look dates from the early days of movie history and tends to evoke nostalgia in the psyche. It gently reminds us of where we’ve been and resonates in a way color just can’t. Even during the infancy of the […]

Raja Sen’s The Verdict: a great new movi

In this column published the first week of each month, I distinguish the best and the worst of Indian cinema and television in the past month. Think of it as a newsletter. This December brought us a great new movie as well as a superficial new series. The best Minnal Murali (Netflix) My favorite scene […]

Kolkata traffic police cop’s human gestu

It was 2:10 a.m. on January 4, another Monday afternoon for Palash Chakraborty, 40, a sergeant in the Southeast Kolkata Traffic Warden Division. On duty since morning, Chakraborty was about to walk to his office for lunch when he saw a commotion going on at Dhakuria Bridge. A pedestrian, dressed in scruffy clothes and shaggy […]

Call of Duty 2022 will include classic M...

A notable Call of Duty leaker has revealed that the next installment in the franchise will see the return of Modern Warfare 2 maps. Editor’s Note: A lawsuit has been filed against Activision Blizzard by the California Department of Fair Employment and Housing, which alleges the company has engaged in abuse, discrimination and retaliation against […]

Faith Ringgold mural in Rikers Island wo...

In 1972, artist Faith Ringgold dedicated a painting to women incarcerated on Rikers Island, New York’s notorious prison complex. Entitled “For the Women’s House”, the work is a message of possibility and perseverance, portraying women of different ages and ethnicities in diverse roles inspired by Ringgold’s interviews with inmates. It was conceived, in the words […]

Australian Netflix Series “Wellmania”: W

Netflix is ​​teaming up with Australian comedian and actress Celeste Barber to develop new drama series titled Wellmania about a woman who is forced to change her lifestyle in order to improve her health and embark on a journey to wellness. by netflix Wellmania is inspired by Brigitte Delaneythe novel of Wellmania: misadventures in search […]

Mary Richardson, pioneer host and co-hos...

In 1981, she said that after leaving Sacramento to join the Channel 7 press team, she “began to appreciate the fact that in Boston there was a lot more emphasis on content and on-site writing. writing”. That said, she hasn’t limited her reporting and shows to sitting at a desk or talking in front of […]

RIP: Recall of influential people who di...

Other politicians the world has said goodbye to this year include former US Vice President Walter F. Mondale, former South African President FW de Klerk, former Senator Bob Dole, former President South Korean Roh Tae-woo, radio host Rush Limbaugh, former Delaware Governor Ruth Ann Minner, former Danish Prime Minister Poul Schlueter and Iranian Ambassadors Ali […]

The new political cry in South Korea: “O

SEOUL – They have come forward whenever women have come together against sexual violence and gender bias in South Korea. Dozens of young men, mostly dressed in black, mocked the protesters, shouting and chanting, “Noise! Dull noise! ​​”To mimic the noise they said the“ ugly feminist pigs ”made when they walked. “Out with the enemies […]

Pope Francis in the New Year’s speech

Pope Francis, 85, celebrated mass in St. Peter’s Basilica. Vatican City: Pope Francis used his New Years message on Saturday to make a bugle call for an end to violence against women, saying it was an insult to God. Francis, 85, celebrated Mass in St. Peter’s Basilica on the day the Roman Catholic Church marks […]

Asma Khader, fighter for women’s rights

Jordan has long been an unwavering ally of Western countries. But the status of women – their treatment in the labor market, their access to good medical care, and their participation in politics – has deteriorated in recent years, although Jordanian women have made progress in the field of education. A country where conservative tribes […]

Jet Sports Female Athlete of the Month: ...

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail Flowing Wells junior Navine Mallon records a double-double in points and rebounds (Andy Morales / Flowing Wells established themselves as one of the top teams in the state through December with a 15-1 overall record, including winning their Flowing Wells Shootout Invitational Championship on December 29. […]

The rigors of motherhood are tested in t...

An encouraging sign of Hollywood’s progress in gender equity is “The Lost Daughter”. This is Maggie Gyllenhaal’s feature debut as writer / director, and it is exceptional. Based on a novel by Elena Ferrante, “Daughter” is about motherhood. More specifically, it is about feeling ambivalent about motherhood. Olivia Colman plays Leda, a teacher on vacation […]

In Helina Metaferia’s MFA Show, ‘Army of

Artist Helina Metaferia in her New York studio is preparing works for the exhibition “Helina Metaferia: Generations”. Tommie battle “She respectfully involves people in [BIPOC activist] communities as collaborators in her artistic practice, asking them to share their “daily revolutions” – the way they navigate and negotiate a world that tries to put barriers in […]

15 of the Seattle area’s most anticipate

With the end of the year already here in one way or another and a new approach, many of us are eagerly awaiting what 2022 might bring (or at least trying to). One thing is for sure: the start of 2022 is packed with excellent literary events in Seattle. Most of them are virtual or […]

Ghostbusters 4K Collection Adds 2016 Dig...

The Sony Pictures Ghostbusters Ultimate Collection 4K Ultra HD bundle now includes a digital version of Paul Feig’s 2016 Ghostbusters reboot. Sony Pictures announced it has added a digital version of Paul Feig 2016 ghost hunters restart next ghost hunters Ultimate Collection 4K Ultra HD Set after the director publicly called on the company for […]

Tribute to these golfers lost in 2021 | ...

The world of golf lost prominent figures in 2021, people who have made lasting contributions to the game and its community. From tour pros to business leaders and international golf ambassadors, everyone could boast of having a unique and significant impact on the sport. Among the deaths that have resonated the most in the sport […]

50 years of the best of female writing

During the 1970s, despite an industry dominated by men, women writers began to occupy a central place in literature. Today, we can say that women writers and editors dominate publishing, such has been the strength of this movement. Indeed, a recent Sunday Times article questioned whether young male novelists were being left out and whether […]

Every Adam McKay Movie Ranked Worst To B...

This is a comprehensive list of all feature films directed by Adam McKay ranked from worst to best, including his new Netflix movie Don’t Look Up. Here is a complete list of all movies directed by Adam mckay ranked from worst to best. The filmmaker has been releasing feature films for almost 20 years, achieving […]

Nicole Kidman opens up about her depress...

Nicole Kidman said she suffered from depression and felt like she was “not in her own body” when playing writer Virginia Woolf in the drama The Hours. The Hollywood actress, 54, portrayed the tormented author struggling with her own sanity while trying to write her novel Ms. Dalloway in the 2002 film. Kidman won the […]

Most Anticipated Sci-Fi Movies of 2022

2022 will be an exciting year for science fiction fans. The movie release schedule is busy and the people who may return to theaters to see movies on the big screen only adds to the excitement for many of these upcoming titles. Due to the ongoing pandemic, it is possible that these movie releases will […]

Willie Garson found a home playing canon...

The image goes viral, or as viral as it gets in the summer of 2007. We see the body of a gigantic silver-back mountain gorilla hoisted high on crisscrossing branches carried in the air by at least 14 men across the sea. bush. The dead gorilla is tied with vines to secure its arms and […]

Writer’s Film Review: One of the most im

Writer by novice director Franklin Jacob will go down as one of the most important films in Tamil cinema. Cut from the same fabric as Vetrimaaran’s Visaranai and Jai Bhim, Writer shines a light on different aspects of policing. Tamil cinema has always used the police force as a medium to glorify its heroes without […]

Mina Seckin’s “The Four Humors” is a jou

The four moods, by Mina Seçkin Catapult hide caption toggle legend Catapult The four moods, by Mina Seçkin Catapult by Mina Seçkin The four moods is a captivating exploration of national identity, the meaning of family and loss, and what happens when a family hides their central secret. Seçkin is a Turkish-American writer and editor […]

Review “In their own words: Angela Merke

Angela Merkel, who stepped down earlier this month, has been consistently underestimated, “which is sort of becoming her superpower,” historian Jennifer Jenkins said during “In Their Own Words: Angela Merkel.” Helmut Kohl, we learn, called her “the girl”, which was perhaps both affectionate and condescending. But many German politicians who simply underestimated his political genius […]

The best-selling books of 2021

Reading room The best-selling New Zealand books this year, as recorded by Nielsen BookScan New Zealand bestseller list and described by Steve Braunias FICTION 1 Auē by Becky Manawatu (Makaro Press, $ 35) Published in 2019, the best-selling New Zealand novel of 2020, and 2021, Atis a modern New Zealand classic, an event, something special. […]

Rider University professor writes Philad...

LAWRENCE TOWNSHIP, NJ – “I think for comics in general it’s about justice and fighting for what’s right,” said Dr. Sheena Howard. “And when you see female superheroes, it does wonders.” A longtime writer and current professor at Rider University, Dr. Howard believes that performance in the arts can inspire readers to let their imaginations […]

I’m the breadwinner of my family and I h

On a recent trip to our local restaurant, my husband and I finished our meal and asked for the bill. When the waiter returned, she placed it in front of my husband. Slightly annoyed, I moved it to my side of the cabin and placed the debit card in my name on top of the […]

South Africa-based A Kru Sailor’s great-

From left to right: Ricardio Brooks, the great-grandson of Kru Sailor, based in South Africa; Members of the Wolo and Worjloh clans available for the first connection meeting hosted by the Liberia Heritage Society in New Kru Town, Liberia MONROVIA – Members of the Kru tribe of Liberia are mentioned in some world history books […]

Fresno writer Diana Marcum’s second trav

Before I get to Belize, let me tell you a story about how Diana and I met 16 years ago when she was a reporter for the Fresno Bee. It starts with my son Atticus who was four years old at the time. One day he and his babysitter were at a thrift store called […]

Intact glass ceiling in a third of the l...

A third of companies listed on the Tokyo Stock Exchange’s First Section still do not have female executives, prompting the government to publicly shame them by posting their names on a website. According to the Cabinet Office’s Gender Equality Office, 732 companies, or 33.4 percent of EST‘s top-rated companies had no female directors or auditors […]

Best Part of Imogen Cunningham’s Retrosp

I love this photo of sculptor Ruth Asawa by Imogen Cunningham. Courtesy of the Seattle Art Museum I wanted to highlight the work and portraits of Ruth Asawa in Imogen Cunningham’s retrospective at the Seattle Art Museum this morning. But with federal and state health officials predicting a wave of omicron-induced COVID cases, I totally […]

Valerie Bertinelli, Brian Cox, Bob Odenk...

Like many people, your feelings about 2021 are probably complicated at best. But your feelings about this year’s books shouldn’t be: they were better than ever. While a lot of things let us down (we’re watching you, pandemic), our favorite authors didn’t. Last year saw the release of killer literary titles like “Beautiful World, Where […]

Eve Babitz, a hedonist with a notebook, ...

Eve’s legacy was her appetite, curiosity and zaftig beauty, just like Brigitte Bardot with a shag haircut and cuddly hips. She was a hedonist with a notebook. Eve hung out at Troubadour, the West Hollywood club that fed Jackson Browne, the Buffalo Springfield group, for whom she made album covers, and Steve Martin, whom she […]

The legal age of marriage for women at 2...

Bumble is anecdotal for boredom. When I’m on this popular, supposedly female-friendly dating app, after months of inactivity – and on a few occasions, I’m inspired enough to slide to the right – the first and most common question I get asked is how come I am not married? What! Not even once? Some suitors […]

“A Francoist reverie”: how the Spanish r

TPerhaps better known is Plaza Mayor, where tourists congregate to drink strong beers and feast on overpriced paella. So perhaps the Puerta del Sol, where the inhabitants ring the new year by eating a grape on each of the 12 chimes. But Madrid’s Plaza de Colón, a 25-minute walk from these spaces, has come to […]

After Vijay Deverakonda, the heroine Raa...

Vijay Deverakonda got a big boost for his pan-Indian film Liger after big Bollywood boss Karan Johar became the co-producer. With KJo on board, the film will certainly have good mileage and reach, propelling Deverakonda Market among Hindi audiences. And now, after Vijay Deverakonda, it’s Raashi Khanna’s turn. If the rumors are confirmed, Raashi Khanna […]

Guillermo del Toro and Rooney Mara prais...

Guillermo del Toro and Rooney Mara explain how Nightmare Alley is a modern film noir and redefine the roles women play in this genre. WARNING: The following contains spoilers for Nightmare Alley, now in theaters. Guillermo del Toro’s latest film, Alley of nightmares, is a modern film noir. Although it draws its influence from the […]

Mary Wilder of Mercer known for her high...

At Mercer University, Dr. Mary R. Wilder made a name for herself for her red ink as well as her heart. Here’s how she became and continues to be a Mercer Legend. Dr Mary R. Wilder Mercer Connection: Graduated from Mercer; faculty member for 41 years; and now professor emeritus. Years at Mercer: Student, 1950-54; […]

‘College Girls’ Sex Lives’ Star Amrit Ka

Mindy Kaling and Justin Noble’s new HBO Max comedy, The sex life of students, has been renewed. And series star Amrit Kaur, who plays Bela, thinks her character might end up working on Saturday Night Live in the coming seasons. Bela creates her own campus comedy group in “The Sex Lives of College Girls” finale […]

Hopewell Twp resident author Michael J. ...

New Jersey-based author Michael J. McLaughlin was named a finalist in the Best Mystery category for the 2021 Best Thriller Awards for his recently published novel, “Fugue.” With its awards, the Best Thrillers website ( seeks to recognize the best English language books of the year in 15 main categories. Categories include Action Thriller, Spy […]

Q&Q Art Director takes a look at this ye

Cover Credit: Design: Kelly Blair In the design of the cover, Large print and bright colors are not so much a trope as they are a necessity. Now that it has become essential that a cover holds our attention in the form of a thumbnail on a screen, this necessity has become exaggerated. The colors […]

“Chamberlain was a great man”: why was t

“AA country’s present, says Robert Harris, is shaped by its interpretation of its past. Harris, whose bestselling WWII novel Munich, is now coming to the big screen thanks to Netflix, adds, “We have a very strong image of this lonely, weak, helpless island – put together by an effort of will. Well, none of that […]

Women say they do most of the housework,...

FILE – Consumers shop at a grocery store in Niles, Ill. On Saturday, November 13, 2021. A new poll from the University of Chicago’s Harris School of Public Policy and the Associated Press-NORC Center for Public Affairs Research found that although women generally expect to do more in their household, Americans without children are still […]

Explanation of TMNT’s forgotten controve

The failure of Venus de Milo eerily caused the creators to swear not to feature a Ninja Turtle, but luckily that has changed! The Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles have almost always been a quartet of four teenage reptile brothers, but that’s not always the case. Sometimes, and somewhat controversially, a female turtle was added to […]

Caitlin Stasey returns to Australia to f...

Neighbors actress Caitlin Stasey returns to Australia to film Amazon Class of ’07 all-female comedy series – after moving to the US two years ago By Nicole Douglas For Daily Mail Australia Posted: 8:30 p.m. EST, December 13, 2021 | Update: 8:40 p.m. EST, December 13, 2021 She has been living in Los Angeles for […]

10 things you didn’t know about birds of

This lesser-known DC Trinity has surged in popularity. This is in large part thanks to the 2020 film, Birds of prey (and the fantastic emancipation of a Harley Quinn) RELATED: Birds Of Prey, Each Member Of The Original Line-Up, In The Order They Joined First appeared in Showcase ’96 # 3 by Jordan B. Gorfinkel […]

Herstory: Documenting Historical Narrati...

The term Story was first invented during the feminist movement in the United States in the 1970s. A play on the term Story, which refers to the study of past events, history refers to history or historical narratives seen from a feminist perspective. This story rewritten from a women’s perspective emphasizes their experiences and work […]