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Faster Than Sound: A Late Introduction O...

Consecutive the Chronicle music editors Raoul Hernandez, Kevin Curtin and Rachel Rascoe (photo by John Anderson) Daughter of a teacher, I have always measured time in school levels. Four years of high school to really get into music and drive from my hometown of San Antonio to Austin for shows as often as possible. four […]

Keanu Reeves’ Constantine 2 Continues DC

Constantine 2 takes place at Warner Bros. with Keanu Reeves reprising his role as John Constantine, and it puts the future of JJ Abrams Justice League Dark universe under control. Taking many by surprise, a sequel to 2005 Constantine was reportedly in the works, with Francis Lawrence and Akiva Goldsman returning as director and screenwriter, […]

Boston Premier of We Move in Color

BOSTON, MA/ACCESSWIRE/September 27, 2022/ We Move in Color Manager, presents We Move in Color Musical Revue, premiering at Boston’s Historic Strand Theater on Thursday, October 6e 2022 at 7 p.m. We Move in Color (WMIC) is a musical revue that seeks to capture the African American narrative through music, poetry, dance, and immersive visual art. […]

Review: TUTS’ ‘Ain’t Misbehavin’ at the

Ashley Tamar Davis and David LaMarr in Theater Under the Stars’ “Ain’t Misbehavin’” Photo: Melissa Taylor Oh, to be a fly on the wall at Harlem’s great Renaissance nightclubs such as the Cotton Club and the Savoy Ballroom. “Ain’t Misbehavin’” is as close as it gets, though it (almost) misses the clouds of cigar and […]

John David Washington became obsessed wi...

Washington refers to the “double victory,” also known as the Double V campaign, which saw black soldiers fighting for democracy overseas during World War II while simultaneously fighting for equality on the home front. The campaign takes its name from the “V for Victory” gesture that became a rallying cry for freedom during the war. […]

Tyler Perry responds to Spike Lee’s crit

Tyler Perry has given more context to his trademark character, Madea, who has appeared in at least 10 of his films. In a new episode of Who talks to Chris Wallace, by TMZ, Perry discussed the inspiration behind the character, in response to Wallace asking the filmmaker about a previous comment Spike Lee made about […]

10 Comics That Should Have Been Hits But...

Comics can be a fickle mistress. Companies like Marvel, DC Comics, Image, and Dark Horse have all been publishing stellar comics for decades, with visionary creators doing work fans love. The hottest books are loved by fans and critics alike, but that doesn’t mean they’re the only major comics to come out at some point. […]

Joséphine Tey: the best novelist you’ve

Mention the name Elizabeth MacKintosh at the Harrogate Crime Writing Festival, for example, or Bloody Scotland – or, indeed, any other event where noir fans gather to talk twists and big reveals – and you’re likely to be greeted with stares. blank and puzzled looks. And this despite the fact that she is arguably the […]

Talulah Riley: ‘The scrutiny for being m

Talulah Riley (England, 36) hadn’t yet given herself time to apprehend acting stardom when it came to her out of the blue for her private life. Coming from a good family, educated in British schools for young girls, if she wanted to be anything, she was always a writer, acting came from school acting lessons […]

🌱Roseville coach indicted + possible inc

Hello everyone! It’s Friday in Roseville and I’m back in your inbox to update you on the most important things happening in the community today. In today’s issue, you will discover… There will be night work on Washington Blvd until October 7. Choose a different route if you’re not a fan of bumper-to-bumper traffic. You’ll […]

Island Shluchim Gather for Kinus in Canc...

The shluchim who lead emerging Jewish communities across Mexico and the Caribbean region traveled to Cancun, Mexico for a Kinus Hashluchim. Whole story For many, the city of Cancun evokes an image of sand, sea and good weather. What is not as well known is that Cancún is home to a thriving Chabad center headed […]

4 students win Gilman scholarships to st...

Maria Teresa Reynel With the heart of an artist, Maria Teresa “Maite” Reynel, 41, has only one goal: to become an art educator. Reynel is a full-time working single mother who decided to go back to school and graduate. She is currently part of the accelerated Masters in Arts Education program, working toward a Bachelor’s […]

Accelerating Targeted Healthcare Innovat...

Presented by Keysight Technologies ARTWORK: Keysight Technologies By Tobi Elkin and Brad Jolly, Keysight Technologies As the Internet of Medical Things (IoMT) evolves, the health sector is experiencing a digital renaissance that is improving the experience for patients and practitioners. Remote care facilitated by the IoMT results in better patient outcomes and improves the healthcare […]

How renaissance man Pádraig Harrington i

It was here, at the Alfred Dunhill Championship a year ago, that Pádraig Harrington began the rest of his life. former Ryder Cup captain. A rusty 75 in Carnoustie. Raw. Bruised. But not quite scarred. Heavy Ryder Cup defeats can be traumatic events for losing captains who have dedicated two – in Harrington’s case, three […]

Maurice Martinez, poet, filmmaker and pr...

Dr. Maurice M. Martinez, a longtime professor at the Watson College of Education at the University of North Carolina at Wilmington who was also a force on the port city’s cultural scene, died on Monday, September 12. He was 88 years old. Martinez was an educator by trade and an artist by temperament: a published […]

Deciding on public investments for the f...

Hardware store owner Eberly Baird built his warehouse on South Main Street in 1910 because that’s where the railroad was. The railroad and Baird’s Hardware are long gone. But the warehouse complex that Baird built is enjoying a renaissance. Renowned South Main Stationhe houses Heartwood Soundstage, two restaurants and a farmer’s market on Thursdays. There […]

Interview: Disney legend Jodi Benson sha...

What’s it like to be a literal Disney princess? Jodi Benson could tell you. She was the voice of Ariel in Disney’s 1989 hit The little Mermaid. After this film ushered in a renaissance for Disney animation, the young actress’ career was catapulted in a whole new direction. His new memoirs part of my worldwas […]

Annalibera opening for Pavement, their l...

I interviewed Anna Gebhardt of Annalibera at Greenwood Park in Des Moines during a hailstorm. Taking refuge in the outdoor shelter by the pond, we read the graffiti scrawled on its wooden posts. “Don’t get good at what you don’t like to do.” Our conversation that day focused on Terry Pratchett’s satirical fantasy series Discworld […]

Why Advanced Nuclear Reactors Benefit Co...

A model of a small modular reactor facility that Rolls-Royce SMR hopes to have operational by … [+] the end of the decade is seen in this handout provided by Rolls-Royce SMR on Friday, September 9, 2022. A worldwide search for alternative sources to Russian power during the war in Ukraine has refocused attention on […]

Letter: Did not listen to citizens | Le...

I feel compelled to respond to the author of the Life is Better letter in the August 28 edition of the Republican Eagle. The writer must first have the facts correct. It was said: ‘We don’t know what this group of candidates for city council – all from the same church as the fired police […]

Verostko Center for the Arts will host a...

The Verostko Center for the Arts has announced its Fall 2022 exhibition: “East Meets West: Women Icon Makers of West Ukraine”. The exhibit opened September 8 with a public reception on the second floor of the Dale P. Latimer Library at Saint Vincent College in Latrobe. Visitors can view the exhibit and explore selections from […]

Sunday with Rev Richard Coles: ‘I discov

Up early or late? When I was in my twenties and ran off to London nightclubs, I was an owl. Now that I’m older and my chances of passing a bouncer have diminished, I’ve become a lark. Sunday breakfast? After my ordination, the day of rest became a day of work. I woke up with […]

Whiskey review: Balcones distills Big Ba...

Editor’s note: This whiskey was provided to us as a review sample by Balcones. This in no case, by our editorial policies, influenced the final outcome of this review. It should also be noted that by clicking the purchase link at the bottom of this review, our site receives a small referral payment which helps […]

The Irish Arts Center will present a wee...

Irish Arts Center will feature a week-long residency with The Guardian’s “most exciting indie rockers” of 2020, Pillow Queens. Spanning multiple mediums and including some of their local favorites and International artistsPillow Queens is hosting engagements including a film screening, a literary event, and two band concerts with special guests SOAK and Deanna Petcoff. The […]

Collection of plates by Edmund de Waal f...

“There is such a passionate and passionate revival of people making pots at the moment. It is a glorious and fabulous time,” says Edmund de Waal. The British ceramicist and writer sits in a glass-walled room in the ceramic galleries of the Victoria and Albert Museum in London, gazing at rows of glass cabinets filled […]

David A. Arnold, comedian and Netflix st...

On Wednesday night, comedy legend David A. Arnold died at age 54. Arnold was best known for appearing in two specials on Netflix. Announcing his death at his home, his family confirmed he died “of natural causes” after serving as showrunner and producer of Nickelodeon’s “That Girl Lay Lay,” as well as working on the […]

The Renaissance of Modern Nollywood | T...

The Nigerian film industry, or Nollywood, has gone through a few definite eras since its inception, but not all of them have enjoyed the same publicity and acceptance. The early days of Nollywood’s popularity date back to when Kenneth Okonkwo and Nnenna Nwabueze starred in the original. live in bondage (1992). Built on the premise […]

The 10 Best Cat-Themed Superheroes In Co...

Every good superhero adopts a theme, and for many of these heroes, their theme is animal-related. While some heroes like Spider-Man embrace the sensibilities of creepy critters, others like Vixen or Beast Boy tap into the entire animal kingdom. However, it takes a special hero to find inspiration in a pet. RELATED: 10 Things About […]

Review: Reinventing the Fate of a Doomed...

“The Wedding Portrait”, by Maggie O’Farrell (Knopf) Stories of high-born daughters confined to castles, forced to marry young, and forced to have sons on pain of death are dark fantasy these days on HBO. Novelist Maggie O’Farrell approaches this scenario in a different, more psychological way, through the character of a real Italian Renaissance girl. […]

Your go-to guide to all the art fairs ha...

With summer almost behind us, art-loving New Yorkers returning from their stays in the Hamptons, Aspen and other tony destinations have a packed schedule this week thanks to September’s second edition of the Armory Show and of its various satellite fairs. And, for the first time since March 2020, these events will largely take place […]

Me Time – Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg’s

“Me Time,” the brand-new Netflix comedy starring Hollywood superstars, Kevin Hart and Mark Wahlberg, which cost the streamer an estimated $50 million and more, is, as its title suggests, a record breaking film. But, to call it breaking records, while accurate, isn’t the kind of records Netflix or its stars really want… Like instead of […]

Brendan Fraser celebrated for his return...

VENICE, Italy (AP) — Brendan Fraser spends some time at the Venice International Film Festival. The once ubiquitous movie star of ‘The Mummy’ franchise and ‘George of the Jungle’ had, over the past decade, slipped away from the limelight. But Fraser is planning what could be a big comeback, starting with her transformative role in […]

Firetti Contemporary Dubai takes a grand...

Mara Firetti, founder of the Firetti Contemporary gallery. Mohammad Yusuf, Feature Writer Firetti Contemporary inaugurated The Grand Tour: A Photographic Journey to Italy (September 1 – November 25), an exhibition opened by Dr. Claudio Rammuno, Deputy Head of Mission, First Secretary and Head of the Consular Chancellery of the Italian Embassy , Abu Dhabi. For […]

Take Time to Remember a Great 20th Centu...

I loved Jack Kerouac. He was of French-Canadian descent and originally from New England. Me too. He was a widely read novelist. And I wanted to be like him. When I lived in Greenwich Village (New York City) in the 1950s as a young man, I frequented the famous Cedar Tavern, a watering hole of […]

Another view | Los Angeles Times: How t...

This month, a majority stake in the CW network was sold to Nexstar Media Group. This followed announcements earlier in the year that many of the network’s superhero and youth-oriented shows were being canceled. The sale caused a lot of consternation from fans worried about the future of their favorite shows. But as a television […]

The demolition of the tomb of the famous...

The tomb of famous Egyptian writer Taha Hussein looks likely to be demolished to make way for a viaduct in the Old Cairo district of the Egyptian capital. Speculation that the tomb had been earmarked for demolition began in May when visitors noticed a spray-painted red cross at the entrance, similar to thousands of others […]

🌱 Restaurant Week Returns + Cincinnati C

Welcome back, Cincinnati. I’m here in your inbox today to keep you up to date with everything you need to know about what’s happening in town. Because community news matters! Here is. First, today’s weather forecast: Sunny and pleasant. High: 87 Low: 64. Here are the top three stories in Cincinnati today: Greater Cincinnati Restaurant […]

From Texas Ren Fest to Greek Fest, here ...

In Texas, we don’t always see a dramatic change in leaf color or consistent, cool temperatures in the fall, but we can count on our fall festivals to celebrate a change in season. Here, pumpkin bowling, Oktoberfest-inspired beer gardens, apple jumping, and costume photo ops infuse upcoming outdoor events. Sugar Land Fall Festival Guests can […]

The Jazz Musician We Needed: Goodbye to ...

Brooklyn-based composer, trumpeter and multi-instrumentalist, bandleader and vocalist jaimie branch (who always kept her name lowercase on purpose), brought new colors and IRT utility to the jazz idiom, sometimes thanks with punk-rawk dynamism. She died on the night of Monday August 22 at her home in the Red Hook neighborhood of Brooklyn. His death was […]

Force’ filmed at the Wrigley Mansion in

Whereas Power Book III: Raising Kanan is currently airing and Power Book II: Ghost just wrapped filming for season 3, filming for Power Book IV: Strength season 2 is underway in Chicago. The detective series centers on Tommy Egan (Joseph Sikora), who leaves New York after the death of his best friend and business partner, […]

Westben brings Fall Fest to Campbellford

Campbellford will be filled with music and more in September. Westben’s Fall Fest opens September 9 and runs until September 25. The theater hosts a variety of live performers, including Melissa Payne, Ken Tizzard, Sarah Harmer and the Kuné Global Orchestra, performing outdoors. Sites include The Barn, Willow Hill, Campfire and Mary West Nature Preserve. […]

Nathalie Emmanuel explains the Outlander...

The next feature from Sony Pictures Entertainment The invite is billed as a horror movie…and it certainly is. But the label doesn’t tell the whole story told by co-writer and director Jessica M. Thompson. Those who watch the film in theaters will discover an undercurrent of gothic romanticism, as game of thrones remarkable Nathalie Emmanuel […]

Robert Fripp’s trick to breaking up a gr

King Crimson stalwart Robert Fripp delved into the challenges of songwriting with fellow musicians and chose an easy way to break up a lineup. “With Crimson [songwriting] was an open form of engagement, which was always complex, always problematic and always very demanding,” Fripp explained in a new interview with guitar world. “If you want […]

Anna Thoresen Talks ‘Party Girl’s Lament

Pop/R&B singer-songwriter and producer Anna Thoresen releases her new single, “Party Girl’s Lament,” a track taken from her upcoming debut EP, which is due out later this year. Speaking of “Party Girl’s Lament,” Anna Thoresen says, “It comes from a very vulnerable and personal place that I don’t often talk about, but that screams through […]

Sasha Roiz and Lilah Richcreek Estrada B...

EXCLUSIVE: Sasha Roiz (Grimm, Caprica) and Lilah Richcreek Estrada (The good years, Grace and Frankie) joined the cast of NBC Chicago Mediterranean as recurring guest stars, Deadline learned. Season 8 premieres Sept. 21 at 8 p.m., followed by Chicago PD and chicago fire. Roiz is set to play Jack Egan, a multimillionaire Renaissance man. Richcreek […]

Maggie O’Farrell found inspiration scrol

Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text size Maggie O’Farrell recalls the day she had the idea for her latest book, The portrait of marriage. “It was February 2020 and I was sitting outside my friend’s house, waiting for my daughter to come out of what would turn out to be her last play date […]

Did Italy teach France to cook?

If you visit Italy and compliment the food, someone will invariably say, “Well, we taught the French to cook, you know. They ate like savages before we saved them. Requirement The story goes like this: Catherine de Medici was the daughter of the Duke of Urbino, of the powerful Medici family of Florence. Two of […]

10 Must-See Events in the Hudson Valley,...

Culture and pleasure. Kingston’s second annual African-American Cultural Festival. Sunday, August 28, from noon to 6 p.m. at Harambee, 157 Pine Street, Kingston. Food, music, dance and more to celebrate African American culture in the Hudson Valley and beyond.– Elizabeth’s Choice Stunning view and local craftsmanship. Phenicia Flea: A summer market in OLANA Saturday and […]

“My Brother Langston” at the Black Ensem

The world premiere of Black Ensemble Theater’s “My Brother Langston” tells the story of Harlem Renaissance luminary Langston Hughes through poetry, music and autobiographical storytelling, with uneven results. At the show’s most effective moments, the actors perform Hughes’ poetry with little adornment, channeling the power and beauty of his words in ways that add emotional […]

Batgirl Composer Natalie Holt Was Going ...

The last time Elfman got to star in DC’s cinematic sandbox, he was hired at the last minute to prepare the music for the theatrical cut of “Justice League” in 2017. He did about as well that you could reasonably expect someone under the circumstances, delivering a superficial score that recycled musical themes from Burton’s […]

‘Rosewood’ Explores China’s Ecological P

In his new book, RosewoodAnnah Lake Zhu explores the difference between the mainstream Western approach to endangered species protection, which advocates trade bans and other protections, and the Chinese approach, which favors cultivation and sustainable use. Should conservation try to halt biodiversity decline or play a proactive role in restoring ecosystems? In other words, should […]

Hot for Preacher: Why ‘Virgin River’ mus

If you live in Virgin River, you were probably saved by Preacher. Not in a religious sense. But the aptly named Preacher, cook at Jack’s Bar, the riverside grill of the beloved fictional locale, essentially delivers the entire town at one point or another from certain death, a downward spiral or heartbreak. The character is […]

Reasons for economic insolvency [Part –

The author is a former managing partner of a major professional services firm and has done extensive work on governance in the public and private sectors. The rise of Western Europe began with the Renaissance, a remarkable period in world history, which began in the 14th century in Italy and later spread to other countries. […]

The Sidewalk Side: A mix of arts and cra...

Views of the 2800 block of rue Castiglione from the sidewalk. (photos R. Stephanie Bruno) By R. Stephanie Bruno, Gentilly Messenger It was a scorching summer day as I set out to explore the architectural offerings of the Fairgrounds Triangle. The thermometer may read 98 degrees, but the “like” temperature is 112. Such is the […]

‘Rosewood’ explores China’s philosophy o

In his new book, RosewoodAnnah Lake Zhu explores the difference between the mainstream Western approach to endangered species protection, which advocates trade bans and other protections, and the Chinese approach, which favors cultivation and sustainable use. Should conservation try to halt biodiversity decline or play a proactive role in restoring ecosystems? In other words, should […]

Johnny Depp’s last film as director was

So Johnny Depp thinks he can direct? Apparently so, with news Monday that the dubiously justified movie star has lined up her first directing gig in 25 years. According to to the Hollywood Reporter, Depp will direct “Modigliani,” a biopic about Italian artist Amedeo Modigliani. The project represents Depp’s latest push for a career comeback, […]

Aggregates of Time”, Nerman Museum of Co

Zigmunds Priede: Aggregates of Time installation view, May 5 – September 25, 2022, Nerman Museum of Contemporary Art, Johnson County Community College, Overland Park, Kansas. Photo: EG Schemf The forced migration of humans across landscapes shaped by shifting tribal, cultural, political and religious boundaries is as old as time. Zigmunds “Zig” Priede would know. He […]

If we don’t defend freedom of expression

A A long time ago – December 7, 1992, to be exact – I was backstage at a Toronto theater, taking off a Stetson. Along with two other writers, Timothy Findley and Paul Quarrington, I had performed a mix of 1950s country and western classics, repackaged for writers – Ghost Writers in the Sky, If […]

Block party at an African-American museu...

Placeholder while loading article actions When did you fall in love with hip-hop? That’s the question Majic 102.3 FM’s Vic Jagger posed to the several hundred attendees in the audience Saturday at the block party just outside the National Museum of African American History and Culture. “If y’all were here from the start, y’all better […]

What are tiki mugs and how do you collec...

What is a tiki mug? The artists who make the ceramic cocktail glasses say they’re here to help advance the story of the theatrical tiki. (Photo: Getty Creative) Tiki culture is about more than expertly crafted cocktails by bartenders – it’s about theatre. The incredibly immersive cocktail bars are like intimate movie sets, filled with […]

Discover Manet & Eva Gonzals

Discover Manet & Eva Gonzalsat the National Gallery this autumn is the first British exhibition designed around theportrait of Eva Gonzals(1870) byDouard ManetThe painting, acquired by Hugh Lane, was at the beginning of the 20th century considered the most famous modern French painting in the United Kingdom and Ireland. This is […]

Reviews | Gay people should change thei...

Placeholder while loading article actions Benjamin Ryan has covered infectious diseases and LGBTQ health for two decades and is a contributor to The New York Times, NBC News, The Guardian and the Thomson Reuters Foundation. In March 1983, writer-activist Larry Kramer published in the New York Native a legendary screed titled “1,112 and counting– a […]

They are Anna Lore to bring to life the ...

The horror genre has experienced a thrilling renaissance in recent years, to the delight of moviegoers. Lots of modern classics that have arrived come from Blumhouse Productionssuch as get out, The invisible Manand 2018 Halloween. The studio continued that trend with Peacock’s new slasher flick They they, which takes place in a gay conversion therapy […]

The Lit festival brought together the be...

Sterling HolyWhiteMountain first read James Welch’s ‘Winter in the Blood’ over 10 years ago, but he remembers the impact it had on him so well that it’s as if he had finished the novel yesterday. “It was amazing to me because I had never read fiction that was so immediately recognizable to me,” said Indigenous […]

Home restaurants are supposed to help en...

Owning a small business can be tough. But when Nancy Chang realized she had to work two more jobs to support her home restaurant, doubt crept in. “You need to be financially stable or have multiple sources of income to run a MEHKO,” Chang said, referring to Micro-Enterprise Home Kitchen Operations, the official term for […]

Powerhouse Showbiz lawyer who worked on ...

Bert Fields, the powerful and relentlessly loyal entertainment attorney who has represented clients such as Harvey and Bob Weinstein, Tom Cruise, George Lucas, The Beatles, Michael Jackson and many more in myriad headline-grabbing cases newspapers in Hollywood, died. He was 93 years old. His rep told Deadline that Fields died Sunday at his Malibu home […]

Questioning the Place of Black Art in a ...

PHILADELPHIA — Dazzled by iconic paintings by Cézanne, Matisse and Seurat, most visitors to the Barnes Foundation overlook African sculptures. Still at Albert C. Barnes, founder of the collection, they were central. He began to acquire African sculpture in 1922, the year the foundation was created, because it had inspired Picasso, Modigliani and many other […]

The strange week when Beyoncé lost contr

Last week should have been a time of unadulterated celebration for Beyoncé’s new album, “Renaissance.” Reviews of the mega-star’s seventh solo album have been pretty ecstatic, with Vulture saying that her rich and exciting celebration of dance music and her “explicit nods to black queer creative traditions” have placed her at the center of pop […]

Tallahassee native helps produce several...

TALLAHASSEE, Fla. (WCTV) — In the spring, we told you about Denisia “Blu June” Andrews, a Grammy-winning producer and songwriter from Tallahassee for her work with Jazmine Sullivan. But her latest achievement is her work on eight of the sixteen songs on Beyoncé’s latest album, released last Friday. Denisia Blu June Andrews has the accolades […]

Paul Reiser is enjoying a renaissance, f...

If it seems that Paul Reiser is everywhere these days, you’re not mistaken. With roles in The Kominsky method, stranger things and The boys, a whole new generation comes to respect the talents of Reiser. A Reisersance, if you will, along the likes of Keanussance, McConaissance, Goldblumassance and Pfeifferssance. And if we’re lucky, the Shyamalanassance, […]

Beyonce helped usher in a renaissance fo...

Beyoncé has involved various African artists in her projects and has often presented them to international audiences. Before Black is King, these include the poetry of Kenyan-born Warsan Shire on Lemonadea quote from Nigerian novelist Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie on Flawless (2013) and choreography by Tofo Tofo – the dance group based in Mozambique – in […]

The Verge’s favorite ways to relieve str

The last few years have been very stressful. We’ve all been through pandemics (plural!), political upheaval, economic horrors – you name it. And that’s not even mentioning the normal pressure of work and family. So how do you deal? We asked the staff to The edge to let us know how they cope with the […]

Beyoncé releases a new EP after ‘Renaiss

Almost exactly one week after the release of her latest album “Renaissance,” Beyoncé has released a new EP featuring four new tracks that revolve around her hit “Break My Soul.” According Uproxxthe 40-year-old singer received rave reviews from critics for her new album, and she immediately released a long track titled “Break My Soul Remixes.” […]

How does Beyoncé’s “alien superstar” cou

Diane Warren woke up and chose violence on Monday when she took to Twitter and asked, “How can there be 24 authors on a song?” And although she accentuated her question with a prominent emoji, she insisted in a follow-up tweet“It’s not supposed to be shade, I’m just curious.” While Warren didn’t call anyone by […]

The Dark Side of American Cheerfulness

Comfort. To feel better. Do not worry Be Happy. Smile more. As an emotion, cheerfulness has an amazing range. At best, it’s a style of kindness we extend to others, a balm during difficult times, and a way to deal with trauma and despair. At worst, joy can be a dishonest, on-demand feeling that we […]

Songwriting legend Diane Warren trolled ...

Diane Warren may be songwriting royalty, but she got stuck on Beyonce’s crown on Monday when she asked why the new album “Renaissance” has songs with 24 credited songwriters. Twitter had something to say. How can there be 24 authors on a song?🙄 — Diane Warren (@Diane_Warren) August 1, 2022 “How can there be 24 […]

Historical figures we would like to see ...

Although the popular British science fiction series Doctor Who works on the theme of time travel, it shares similarities with the real world. And he also likes to use real historical figures. The Doctor has the power to travel not only into the future but also through time. As a result, various regenerations of the […]

Best Arnold Schwarzenegger Movies & Perf

Austrian-born actor, producer, former bodybuilder and Governor of California Arnold Schwarzenegger is one of the most successful box office stars in history. With over 50 credits grossing more than $4 billion worldwide, Schwarzenegger ranks among the top 40 highest-grossing stars of all time. To celebrate its 75th anniversary, Variety ranks his top 10 cinematic performances. […]

Obituary: John Hudson Osgood – Portland

John HudsonOsgood LINCOLNVILLE — John Hudson Osgood, born July 9, 1940, lived an imaginative, thoughtful, and righteous life. He was a passionate and accomplished writer, photographer, athlete, thinker, professional real estate developer, pilot and sailor. He grew up in Marblehead, Mass. and had a passion for the coast of Maine, especially Penobscot Bay. A friend […]

I am going through a mid-career crisis a...

I have worked with the same company for 20 years and have reached the point where I no longer find my job challenging. I applied twice for promotion but was turned down in favor of younger staff members. I could look for work outside of the company, but I’m in my 50s so it’s unlikely […]

Looking Back, Moving Forward – Oswego Co

A retrospective by Steve Yablonski Thirty years ago, a new publication appeared on newsstands in midtown New York. In the August-September 1992 issue, with Eugene Saloga, then Director of the Oswego Community Development Office, featured on the inaugural cover, the headline proclaimed, “The Wal-Mart Era Begins in Oswego” — and so Oswego County Business Magazine […]

SOMETHING ROTTEN in West Fargo Sheyenne

It was another one of those experiences where I knew next to nothing about this show. Now, this might be one of my new favorite musicals. This production was absolutely amazing. From the cast, to the pit, to the set designers, costumers, choreographer and everyone else, this whole show was fun, entertaining, hilarious and more. […]

Paul Sorvino’s daughter pays tribute to

Actress Mira Sorvino has paid tribute to her father – ‘talented and generous’ Goodfellas star Paul Sorvino – who died aged 83. The actor played Paul Cicero in the classic 1990 crime film alongside Robert De Niro and Ray Liotta, as well as Sergeant Phil Cerreta in the TV series Law & Order. Sorvino died […]

Adele’s new Las Vegas dates pose problem

House Music Adele’s new dates in Las Vegas pose problems for Grammy or Oscar appearances… Adele has agreed to 13 new weekend dates next winter in Las Vegas at Caesar’s Palace Colosseum. Only one problem: his schedule includes Grammy and Oscar weekends. Adele is booked at the Colosseum for […]

I want to be free: Bob Rafelson (1933-20...

He was born in New York on February 21, 1933. After graduating from high school and studying philosophy at Dartmouth, Rafelson was drafted into the army and stationed in Japan. There, he began to take an interest in cinema, especially in the works of John Ford, Ingmar Bergman and Yasujiro Ozu. Around this time, he […]

‘Five Easy Pieces’ director Bob Rafelson

Robert Rafelson was born on February 21, 1933 in New York. His father was a hat maker who expected his sons to enter the family business. But Mr Rafelson found inspiration in his uncle, screenwriter Samson Raphaelson, who worked with director Ernst Lubitsch on numerous films, including ‘Trouble in Paradise’ and ‘The Shop Around the […]

10 Other Crime Movies From The 90s That ...

Heat is a spectacular standalone crime film, and no one would have ever thought a sequel would be in development, but there it is, writer-director Michael Mann has confirmed. Heat 2 plans. It’s unclear exactly what direction the sequel might be heading in (although the sequel to the novel coming out in September will shed […]

Indoor Games – The New York Times

A colleague recently brought to my attention a story that appeared in The Times a few years ago about the late 1960s board game Group Therapy, in which players take turns drawing cards that ask intimate questions and psychological challenges. (Example: “You have been accused of over-intellectualizing your complexes. Respond – without being the victim […]

Star Wars Acolyte Show Officially Casts ...

Hunger Games star Amandla Stenberg has officially been cast in the lead role of the upcoming Star Wars TV series The Acolyte. Amandla Stenberg (The hunger Games) joins the cast of the next star wars TV shows The Acolyte. Stenberg began his career as a child actor in film Colombian, featuring a younger version of […]

Retired NYU administrator’s novel ‘inspi

“I did everything right as a college administrator, so how did I end up in that Panamanian prison cell?” That phrase had been swirling around Robert Berne’s head for 10 years when he served as executive vice president for health at New York University. This sparked his desire to try his hand at fiction and, […]

SMITH COLUMN: Memories of the British Op...

St. Andrews is a place that I love and not just for the Open Championship which takes place every six months or so. This year was the first time I missed the championship in golf country since 1971. At that time, I had never given much thought to visiting the “Auld Gray Toon”, as this […]

Everything We Know So Far – Billboard

Beyoncé’s new music comes like falling asleep: slowly, then all at once. After six years without a new solo album – and only a few cryptic hints in recent days that something was up – Queen B has followed her tradition of surprise record announcements during the streaming platform Tidal, which is owned by her […]

There’s more than meets the eye – St. Jo

By Van Yandell Retired American industrial arts teacher, evangelist and pastor Romans 11:33 “O depth of the riches of the wisdom and knowledge of God! How unsearchable are his judgments and his ways unexplored! » One of my great disappointments in life happened in Paris. It was mid-morning on a hot day in June. We […]

The Harlem Renaissance of the 1920s is s...

The Harlem Renaissance happened before the Great Depression, World War II, and many inventions; however, it is still celebrated and recognized today. In the 1920s, Harlem was the epicenter of black culture in New York. Jazz music filled the streets like traffic, speakeasies and the like nightclubs gets the booze flowing and the dice rolling […]

GM CEO Barra says headquarters will rema...

By TOM KRISHER, AP Auto Writer NEW YORK (AP) — General Motors will retain its headquarters in its seven-tower office complex in downtown Detroit, its CEO said. Mary Barra, in an interview with The Associated Press, said the automaker’s main office will remain in the Renaissance Center, the centerpiece of the city’s skyline just across […]

Mike Flanagan’s Midnight Club Is The Per

The horror genre as a whole is enjoying something of a golden renaissance. Among A24’s arty offerings, such as Bodies, bodies, bodies — to the rebirth of one of the greatest slasher franchises of all time — Scream – there seems to be a spooky offering for every adult-oriented taste. While on the streaming and […]

Dine at East Hampton, Foodgod and more

East Hampton restaurants abound, Florence Maker is stirring the pot, Dan’s Taste Signature Weekend presented by Yieldstreet is coming August, and more from the East End “Food Seen.” Whether you’re in town for shopping or surfing, East Hampton has plenty of great restaurants to offer. The village is experiencing something of an Italian renaissance, in […]

10 best comics illustrated by Esad Ribić

Esad Ribić started making waves at Marvel Comics when he illustrated the critically acclaimed 2004 miniseries Loki, and he’s been a powerful performer ever since. Ribić has worked on numerous projects at Marvel, exploring both the covers and interiors of some of the greatest stories Marvel Comics has ever published. RELATED: Thor’s 10 Best Artists […]

Randal Cooper, candidate, Congress Dist....

The Tennessean editorial board asked candidates for the August 4 state and federal primary in Tennessee to answer our questionnaire. Find biographical information and their answers to 10 questions. Early voting began on July 15. Biographical information Last name: Randal Cooper Age (at time of August 4 election): 51 Neighborhood, town and/or city: Nashville Education: […]

The Orville: New Horizons Season 3 Episo...

Throughout the episode, writer David A. Goodman reveals a series of these vignettes where the family and the Kaylon (Graham Hamilton), called K1, interact. With each interlude, we see the family grow increasingly horrific to the (then) peaceful Kaylon, at first merely rude to the indentured and hard-working AI, and eventually, abusing him. These specific […]

The fries have it: The Healthy Fats Coal...

A new recipe combines flavors loved by families More and more consumers are looking for foods made with integrity and respect for culinary traditions. » —Eric R. Gustafson, CEO VERNON, CA, USA, July 13, 2022 /EINPresswire.com/ — In what becomes a (delicious) mid-summer ritual, the Healthy Fats Coalition (HFC) marks today, July 13, the fifth […]

Steve Martin and Martin Short are excite...

Steve Martin and Martin runs aren’t exactly new to the TV business: Steve Martin won an Emmy Award in 1969 for his work as a writer on “The Smothers Brothers Comedy Hour,” and Short has won two Emmys over the years, including one in 1983 for his work on “SCTV”. By Tuesday, they’d been nominated […]

The (re)clamation podcast, of CLASSIX an...

CLASSIX, a collective founded by theater director Awoye Timpo, has created a new podcast series, (re)clamation, an intervention in the current conversation around theater history. This podcast, developed as part of CLASSIX’s residency at Theater for a New Audience, refocuses and elevates black writers and storytellers in American theater – both famous and forgotten. Each […]

Collection of Classic Comics: THE MYSTER...

By d. emerson whirlwind – god is dead. No, you somehow didn’t click on a Nietzschean speech. You also don’t really have to worry about the religious or philosophical implications of the statement, unless you want to. It’s there if you choose to analyze the work in that context. On the contrary, the murder of […]

‘Mad Men’ writer among Hollywood heavywe

ANN ARBOR, MI — The history between Hollywood and the University of Michigan goes back decades. For example, there’s James Earl Jones, a 1955 alumnus and voice of Darth Vader, and the 1983 movie “The Big Chill,” in which all the main characters graduated from UM together. Read more: Hollywood loved Ann Arbor ten years […]

15th Sunday in Ordinary Time — The Good

This Sunday’s Gospel tells the parable of the Good Samaritan. It also puts it into context. Context is a test. A “scholar of the law” asked Jesus what he must do to “inherit eternal life.” This is a serious question. Compared to this scholar, may I wonder how long I have spent thinking about this […]

Putin in Pembrokeshire: Llangwm Literary...

Cleddau’s charming village of Llangwm kicks off its fifth annual festival in August (12-14) with a visit from ‘Putin’s People’ best-selling author Catherine Belton. Catherine worked as a correspondent in Moscow for the FinancialTimes for years and spent seven years writing the book that became a Sunday time Top 10 bestsellers and one Schedules, Sunday […]

Taika Waititi Net Worth (2022): “Thor”,

Oscar winner Taika Waititi is more than a triple threat – when it comes to show business, this Renaissance man really can do it all! In addition to directing and co-writing one of the biggest films of the summer, Thor: Love and Thunder, Waititi is also reprising his fan-favorite role from Korg in the superhero […]

Deciphering the challenge of Henry VIII’

It has long been an alluring and mysterious treasure of the British Museum: a collection of sketches for jewels and other lavish adornments, commissioned during the reign of Henry VIII from the artist Hans Holbein, for a time court painter. Some of the designs are coded numbers or symbols, entangling the initials of Henry and […]

The Editorial Board: Niagara County Brow...

News Editorial Board Brownfield grants have the power to remake entire communities, helping to transform brownfields into productive and even tax-paying entities. In addition, the environmental depollution that results from such action is one of the main improvements needed to improve the health and well-being of people living near the sites. So it is with […]

Knights to Remember: Nate Jones

Nate Jones is the only person on the planet to have played for Greg Schiano, Bill Parcells and Bill Belichick. Jones is a Renaissance globetrotter who played in defensive field for the Rutgers from 2000 to 2003 before embarking on an NFL playing career that spanned from 2004 to 2011. These days, […]

[BN] Things to Do: Taste of Buffalo, Que...

The Sky Queen Carnival in West Seneca returns with rides, food and the beer tent. Robert Kirkham Main events Carnival of the Queen of Heaven. 5-10 p.m. Thursday, July 7 (Super Cruz Night); 5 p.m. to midnight on Friday, July 8; noon to midnight Saturday July 9; and from noon to 8 p.m. Sunday July […]

One Giant Leap: Why We’re Seeing a Brave

Oe are in a new golden age for black British theatre. Over the past two years, a series of productions by black theater makers have made waves, garnered critical acclaim and captivated audiences. Black writers and directors love to tell the stories they want to tell and aren’t discouraged from bringing them to the stage. […]

The new Fortune Theater returns with AS ...

When fortune disapproves of the fallen noble, Rosalind, she takes fate into her own hands. As she flees the oppressive court to the Forest of Arden, a whole host of characters are irrevocably transformed. Love flourishes in adversity, rivals have a chance to be at peace, and exiles have the opportunity to cultivate their inner […]

Sam Gilliam: Abstract painter whose art ...

Sam Gilliam, a Washington DC artist who helped redefine abstract painting by freeing the canvas from its traditional frame and shaking it into sumptuous paint-splattered folds cascading from ceilings, stairwells and other features architects, died at the age of 88. Resembling a giant painter’s drop cloth, his flowing, unstructured canvases, called curtains, appeared in what […]

Joey Bada$$ Announces New ‘2000’ Album R

Joey Bada$$ announces the new release date of its next album, 2000, now scheduled for July 22 via Pro Era/Columbia Records after being pushed back due to sample permission issues. Along with the reveal, he shares a brand new single and video, “Where I belong,” excerpt from the complete project which will arrive almost 10 […]

How One Direction Fans Influenced The In...

Is there anything that comes from One Direction fans that still exists today? KT: There were honestly a lot of fandoms using the internet in the early days like Beliebers and Rihanna’s Navy in addition to One Direction [fans]. They embodied this idea that the fandom is responsible for the artists they support and should […]

Selected Writings on Art – The Brooklyn

carl einsteined. and trans. Charles W. Haxthausen. A Mythology of Forms: Selected Writings on Art(Chicago: University of Chicago Press, , 2019. ) A badass, but monumental: this book takes substantial texts, from 1912 to 1935, of a great critic and historian of idiosyncratic modernist German art, Carl Einstein – whose few writings have been accessible […]

Hula Warrior’ reclaims gender fluidity a

Wong-Kalu said that while Hawaiian culture is way ahead of the rest of the country when it comes to accepting LGBTQ people, it still has a long way to go. “Beginning with the Hawaiian Renaissance of the 1970s, there was a tremendous effort and great success in reclaiming many aspects of our culture and traditions […]