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Patrick Adams, master of New York’s unde

Patrick Adams, a producer, arranger and engineer who brought experimentation, sophistication and infectious grooves to countless soul and disco singles – fellow producer Nile Rodgers called him “a master at keeping butts off the dance floor” – died Wednesday at his Manhattan home. He was 72 years old. His daughter, Joi Sanchez, said the cause […]

Drag queen legend and civic activist Jun...

ITT On this episode of Aware: the truth islegendary New York based drag queen and civil rights activistJunior Mint (@juniormintt), sits with Chella Man (@chellaman) and Aaron Rose Philip (@aaron___philip) to discuss her role as a leader for trans and black women communities, as well as how these groups have been instrumental in creating change […]

A thousand words for the weather; Royal...

IIn the sunlit sleepiness of London’s Senate Library, four stories above the grassy quadrangle, treetops float past an open window. Is it a breeze, a zephyr, an intemperate gust? A slight shiver moves through the air. Where does it come from, how can we measure it or catch it by the tail in words? Such […]

How to Watch All Baz Luhrmann Movies

Author’s theory is a popular film concept that describes a filmmaker who consistently applies the same thematic and practical concepts to their work. australian filmmaker Baz Luhrmann undoubtedly falls into this theory. When you watch a Baz Luhrmann movie, you know he directed it right away, whether you like it or not. His directing style […]

‘The Black Phone’ review: Answer the cal

by Scott Derrickson The black phone has one hell of a connecting line, which is simple enough to draw one in and appealing enough to hold their attention throughout its 90 minute runtime. Based on a short story by Joe Hill (the accomplished horror writer who made a name for himself in the scene before […]

7-year-old itch or continued bliss? A r...

June 24, 2022 – 7-year-old itch or continued bliss? A reflection on 7 years in Split by Daniela Rogulj from TCN. June 24 marks my birthday in Croatia. It’s officially the place I’ve lived the longest outside of the small town of Fallbrook, Calif. – the so-called “avocado capital of the world” and an agricultural […]

Jan Vandenberg | Obituaries | Cumberla...

Jan Stephen Vandenberg (Steve) January 9, 1947 – June 21, 2022 CUMBERLAND [mdash] Steve Vandenberg passed away on June 21, 2022, surrounded and supported by his family. He was born Jan Stephen Vandenberg on January 9, 1947 to Mary Katherine (Pagenhardt) and Dirk Vandenberg. Raised on Grant Street, Cresaptown, Steve spent endless hours playing ball […]

Woman of the “Renaissance”: Bluegrass ar

BY STEPHEN HU FOR THE FREE LANCE–STAR A revolutionary female artist in bluegrass music recently moved to Somerset in Orange County. When Valerie Smith began her career 25 years ago, bluegrass was a very narrow genre based on a tradition started by Bill Monroe in the 1940s. Many fans did not appreciate musicians who tried […]

What do we know about Beyoncé’s “Renaiss

Beyoncé loves performing with her Beyhive. Never one to say too much, she communicates through clues, leaving a little breadcrumb trail to loyal fans. Here’s everything we know so far about his first solo album in seven years, Renaissance. It’s above all a dance record In British voguecover interview with the queeneditor Edward Enninful became […]

Universal Preservation Hall announces sh...

Universal Preservation Hall has announced shows for the 2022 season, including an In the Round series, a silent disco, a few notable names sharing their talent, and holiday classics to bring in December. A view of Universal Preservation Hall is seen during the media tour and grand opening of the new concert hall in Saratoga […]

Trackhouse in Nashville as NASCAR’s hott

By Jenna FryerAP Motor Racing Editor CHARLOTTE — Just a year ago, an exasperated Justin Marks sat on the podium at the Nashville Superspeedway. Two days earlier, he said he was surprised to learn that he was once again excluded from the sale of two NASCAR charters. He sat alongside Trackhouse Racing partner Pitbull, who […]

Gloucester Native Pen Crime Suspense Ser...

Gail McCarthy CNHI News Service Gloucester native James Irving found that the machinations of his imagination, coupled with his upbringing in a historic seaport and a career in law, served him well in his efforts as an author. Now semi-retired as a partner in a Virginia law firm, he has returned to the love of […]

The Black Phone Review: Scott Derrickson...

Over the past few years, the horror genre has experienced a thrilling renaissance. Fans have been thrilled to see unique new ideas and franchises hitting theaters, many of which come from Blumhouse Productions. The legendary house of horror brought us modern classics like get out, Halloween, The invisible Man and Claim. This latest project was […]

On the power of the courts

Renaissance thinker Hugo Grotius wanted humanity to work towards a more orderly world. He was the ancestor of the idea of ​​international law, or the idea that political entities could make laws and that those laws would lay the foundation for a more peaceful world. The Renaissance era is associated with a revival of knowledge, […]

Drake Releases New Album ‘Honestly, Neve

In a surprise that is sure to have fans in their feelings, Duck fall a new album on Friday. The Canadian host announced Thursday on Instagram the release of his seventh album, titled “Honestly, Nevermind”, revealing the cover with the album’s title in a shiny silver calligraphy font, juxtaposed against a solid black background. “Honestly, […]

Variety: Acrostic – The New York Times

ACROSTIC – It’s Father’s Day in the United States, and knowing this will help you a bit if you’re still stumped by this acrostic. (I just gave you exactly one word in the passage – barely a hint.) I dove in with vigor and four incorrect answers, almost worth starting over and carving a winding […]

Vicente Lusitano: Why was the first publ...

I didn’t hear about Vicente Lusitano at school. On Saturdays, hanging out with my buddies at HMV, I couldn’t find his music when I quietly slipped into the classical section. I did not meet him either during my studies in music license, nor during a career devoted to early music. And yet Lusitano was the […]

New collection pays tribute to the life ...

D. Eric Bookhardt, photo by Diane Elayne Dees. A collection of poetry books that honor the life and art of D. Eric Bookhardt, is now available for presale order. The last time I saw you by Diane Elayne Dees is published by Finishing line press. Bookhardt died in 2019 at the age of 73. He […]

Robert Townsend Teases ‘The Best Man’ Se

The premiere of The Witness: The Last Chapters is just around the corner. As fans of the original film wait for official confirmation and a Peacock release date, they may have received a huge teaser from an unexpected source. Actor and writer Robert Townsend took to Instagram on Monday (June 13) to reflect on his […]

John Schubert, Sonoma County historian a...

As a child, John Schubert discovered that he loved the Guerneville region more than any other. He grew up to be a fountain of Lower Russian River history and went to work every day with a local artifact pinned to his shirt. Schubert, laid-back, studious and perpetually intrigued, served for nearly 40 years as the […]

🌱 Pulse Shooting Remembrance + Two child

Hello Orlando! It’s me, Carlos Hernandez, your Orlando Daily host. Let’s start this day off right, with a quick guide to everything you need to know about what’s happening in town. First, today’s weather forecast: A thunderstorm in the afternoon. High: 91 Low: 77. 🏡 Looking for more real estate leads in Orlando? Let us […]

Edtech 2022: SmartBrief Reader’s Choice

SmartBrief’s 2022 EdTech Reader’s Choice Awards come at a pivotal time for edtech. Edtech has been a lifeline for students when school buildings have been closed and has given teachers new resources that, in many cases, have also changed the way they approach in-person teaching. Teachers, students and parents discovered how edtech can improve learning. […]

7 questions for artist and publisher Joh...

New York native John Sebastian could be called the art world’s jack-of-all-trades. A lifelong artist, Sebastian quit his job nearly 15 years ago to start The New York Optimist, a weekly publication focused on art, lifestyle and travel. There, Sebastian interviewed countless artists and creatives. He has also branched out by representing a small group […]

Face/Off 2 writer wants Nicolas Cage bac...

Nicolas Cage’s Hollywood renaissance means he could return for the Front/Off suite, said its author. Adam Wingard, director of Godzilla vs. Kong (2021), is the man tasked with reviving the 1997 cult classic starring Cage and John Travolta as a face-swapping terrorist and FBI agent. Although Cage’s character appears to die in the original film, […]

Scottish artist Alasdair Gray is on the ...

On his death, The Guardian called him “a father figure in the revival of Scottish literature and art”. Now a mural by one of Scotland’s most famous writers and artists may soon be recognized with listing status. Historic Environment Scotland (HES) is seeking public input on proposals to list Palacerigg Visitor Center in Cumbernauld – […]

A look back at the long fight for Philip...

Preferred region How does this work? By Liam McConnell Published on June 6, 2022 at 10:48 p.m. The quest for Philippine independence, which was to be celebrated at Brampton City Hall, spanned almost 500 years. Maligayang Araw from Kalayaan, Philippines! June 12 is Philippine Independence Day to celebrate the island nation’s escape from the more […]

“She sees poetry as a gift to others”

NEW MILFORD – Deborah Rose says she’s been writing since she “knew how to pick up a pencil.” “From 7 or 8 years old, I was writing pretty songs that rhymed,” she said. “Eventually it morphed into more sophisticated forms of poetry.” Rose has been named New Milford’s new Poet Laureate, a position that requires […]

Fantasy Baseball Starting Pitcher Waiver...

Welcome to week nine! As always, it seems the need for a solid tee shot is paramount in fantasy baseball. If your team is suffering from a few injuries or just looking to add some depth, I have some prime candidates for waiver additions for you! We had a few cases of breakout pitchers that […]

The painter Adrian Ghenie: “I wanted to

“The Martyrdom of Father Pino Puglisi” by Adrian Ghenie (2020) © Rosellina Garbo ‘The Crucifixion’ (2019) © Rosellina Garbo The work of Romanian painter Adrian Ghenie is certainly very impactful. It hits you right between the eyes and somewhere in the stomach. His bubbling canvases, with figures and faces often worked in frenetic abstraction, have […]

‘Melrose Place’ actor Brad Johnson dies

Actor Brad Johnson, best known for Steven Spielberg’s ‘Melrose Place’ and ‘Always’, has died. He was 62 years old. He is survived by his wife and their eight children. Johnson died Feb. 18 of complications from COVID-19 in Fort Worth, Texas, his rep, Linda McAlister, confirmed. The Hollywood Reporter. “Brad was a true Renaissance man. […]

Filmmaker, Poet and Musician Fella Ceder...

Filmmaker, Poet and Musician Fella Cederbaum Receives IndieFEST Humanitarian Award Fella Cederbaum does it again: IndieFEST Film Awards Humanitarian Award of Distinction cites Fella Cederbaum’s short film A Test Several prestigious awards celebrate the genre-defying filmmaker’s timely work,poet and musician Fella Cederbaum An array of honors highlights Cederbaum’s prodigious talents and unique understanding of […]

Renaissance Dhaka Gulshan Hotel Presents...

Thu, Jun 2, 2022 4:24 PM Last updated on: Thu, Jun 2, 2022 4:27 PM The Renaissance Dhaka Gulshan Hotel on Wednesday held a press conference to mark the launch of the “Street Food Carnival” to be held from June 1, 2022, at its multi-cuisine restaurant “BAHAR” from 6:30 p.m. to 10:30 p.m. Photo: Renaissance […]

Pride comes before the fall

As we enter another month of June proudly dazzled with rainbow glitter and glitter, I can’t help but think of Carl Trueman’s prescient words from a decade ago: “…the beautiful young things of the reformed revival have a tough choice to make over the next decade. You’re really only fooling yourself if you think you […]

10 Comics You Didn’t Know Were Written B

Too often, comic book writers and artists don’t get the credit they deserve when their work is adapted for the screen. While Taika Waititi has been open about his inspiration from Jason Aaron’s run with Thor in particular, there are far too few names that would be recognized by the mainstream today. However, from time […]

New municipal magazine to tell stories o...

A number of local magazine workers are developing a new “reference guide” to culture in Hamilton, three years after a similar publication closed. Co-founder and publisher Jeff Martin says Hamilton City Magazine is all about filling a void for a “hard copy” of everything happening in Hamilton’s food, music, sports and arts scene. The vision […]

New Video Game Asks: What If Jesus Was W...

Do you have a minute to talk about Jesus? You better take the time or the Inquisitors come to destroy you. Of all the journeys of classic heroes and epics that inspire the video games we love, spicy takes Jesus of Nazareth are few and far between. Naturally, this is a hot topic that is […]

50 Greatest Indie Movies of All Time, Ra...

Audiences first noticed filmmaker Richard Linklater with his cult classic coming-of-age comedy “Dizzy and Confused” in 1993, but those in the know were already fans of him thanks to 1990s “Slacker.” his first feature film was technically “You Can’t Learn to Plow by Reading Books”, released two years prior, it was barely a movie and […]

Kathleen Kennedy Reveals The Acolyte May...

With so much going on in the Skywalker era, fans were thrilled to learn that the star wars series The Acolyte would take place during the time of the High Republic 100 years before the events of The Phantom Menace. Point Leslye (Russian doll) is the writer and showrunner of the eight-episode series of The […]

Jude Law returns to a huge franchise

By Dan Lawrence | 1 minute ago Jude Law is a phenomenally talented actor, to some he is known as the heartthrob at the center of the Christmas classic Vacations, to others, he’s known as an evil Kree warrior standing in the way of Brie Larson in Captain Marvel. But now, Jude Law is making […]

Detroit’s last free-standing synagogue i

The downtown Isaac Agree Synagogue in Detroit, Michigan. Courtesy of Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue By Steve Friess May 25, 2022 When Jay Hack and his wife moved 10 years ago to a long devastated but revitalizing section of Detroit, they joined the Isaac Agree Downtown Synagogue. It is the last free-standing shul in the city […]

Do not use mosques, temples as barriers’

Ahen the world is fragmenting and India’s secular sentiment is being challenged, it is crucial to look back on the life of the Bengali poet, journalist, composer and activist Kazi Nazrul Islam. He was a remarkable literary genius and a true rebel, who in his quest for self-expression and freedom of thought, preached unforgettable lessons […]

Judging by the cover – 05/25/22 news • A

Most comic book fans have a clear idea of ​​what they’re going to buy each week when they walk down to their local comic book store. That said, there’s still plenty of fun to be had a look at what’s new this week and take a chance on a book that looks promising, funny, scary, […]

Here’s to an upcoming era of ‘Doctor Who

When the producers of “Doctor Who” revealed that Jodie Whittaker was the 13th incarnation of The Doctor in 2017, there was a lot of celebration, though some fans of the show weren’t so happy. Whittaker took over from Peter Capaldi and joined the franchise along with Chris Chibnall, who worked with her on “Broadchurch” and […]

The 10 Best Sci-Fi Comics, Ranked

Science fiction has long been one of the most important genres in the geek community. From the pulp novels of yesteryear to TV shows like star trek and Battlestar Galactica for star warsscience fiction is a huge buffet with a multitude of dishes for all to enjoy. RELATED: 8 Marvel Comics With Terrifying Endings Comics […]

The spirit of rebirth and its relevance

By Professor Satya Narayan Misra* As we celebrate 250 years of Raja Ram Mohan Royand Birthday on the 22ndn/a In May, memories of his pioneering contribution to the socio-religious movement seep in. Ram Mohan Roy was a polyglot who studied ancient texts like the Vedas and Upanishads as well as the Quran and the Bible. […]

Buffalo mayor to appear on NNPA’s live m

By Stacy M. Brown | NNPA Newswire Senior National Correspondent Mayor Byron Brown (NNPA) – Mayor Byron Brown, the first African-American mayor and longest-serving mayor in Buffalo’s history, plans to appear on the National Newspaper Publishers Association’s live daily news program, “Let It Be Known,” at 7:30 a.m. on Friday, May 20. Brown, who has […]

10 Superhero Movies Quentin Tarantino Sh...

Although Quentin Tarantino is best known for his quirky westerns and crime epics, the director actually helmed two unrealized Marvel projects. The famous author worked on screenplays for a Luke Cage movie and a Silver Surfer movie, but neither of them made it past the development stage. However, that doesn’t mean Tarantino can’t return to […]

Why Silent Hill never matched the succes...

resident Evil relies on more “comfortable” styles of scares that, while often effective, are closer to the scares found in mainstream horror movies. silent Hill often relies on scares that affect players on a more psychological level. Given that slasher movies and zombie movies tend to be more successful than psychological horror movies, it’s no […]

What the rise of artisanal sake reveals ...

In the introduction to his new book, Explore the world of Japanese artisanal sake: rice, water, earth, Nancy Matsumoto writes, “Sake embodies some of the things I love most about Japan: the contrast between old traditional ways and endlessly imaginative reinvention, as well as an intense dedication to craftsmanship. The identity of sake is inseparable […]

Thousands of loans will be written off b...

When parent company Provident Financial ceases collecting payments on the loans by December 31, 2021, 7 months after the brands stopped lending, thousands of consumers with high-interest loans from Provident, Glo, Greenwood, and Satsuma will have their debts cleared ConsolidationNow installments.( https://trueclassics.net/improve-your-businesss/ ) Affected borrowers will receive emails or letters informing them that they can […]

“Ear Up Incubation” promotes new music f

Five major prizes at the “Ear Up Music Festival” 13 new voices from Hong Kong that need to be heard HONG KONG SAR – Media outreach – May 16, 2022 – Now in its fifth year, the ‘Ear Up Incubation’ music mentorship program hit another milestone for the local music industry when 14 Hong Kong-based […]

Obituary: Letizia Battaglia, photographe...

Letizia Battaglia, who died at the age of 87, was a Sicilian photographer whose unflinching photographs depicting appalling Mafia crimes helped combat her campaign of terror on the island in the 1970s and 1980s. he was perhaps an unlikely thorn in the side of organized crime. Her photographic career began in the early 1970s, when, […]

How Bengal suffered under Mughal rule an...

​ It has been a year since unprecedented violence took place in West Bengal after the announcement of the Assembly election results. Why did Bengal experience violence (both in West Bengal and Bangladesh)? What was the original demographic composition of Bengal and how it has changed; and how has this affected the socio-political environment of […]

Boston Red Sox preach patience – not pan

WORCESTER — With the Red Sox skirmishing at the major league level, it makes sense that the organization would look to Worcester for reinforcements in the coming weeks. But despite the fact that there are logical candidates for the call on the Triple-A roster, Boston still preaches patience when it comes to its best young […]

Stephen King stories that could still be...

7. Insomnia Insomnia by Stephen KingPicture: viking press In 1994 King moved back to another of his most famous townships, Derry, Maine. Except this time it wasn’t a clown who was causing sleepless nights but insomnia. Ralph Roberts’ condition allows him to see auras of life force ruled by entities, The Purpose and The Random, […]

This week at the Harbor Theater

“The Duke” – (R – language and brief sexuality; 1 hour, 36 minutes). In 1961 Kempton Bunton, a 60-year-old taxi driver, stole Goya’s portrait of the Duke of Wellington from the National Gallery in London. It was the first (and remains the only) theft in the Gallery’s history. Kempton sent ransom notes saying he would […]

Inspirational and confident young Chines...

Photo: CGV Editor’s note: This year marks the 100th anniversary of the founding of the Communist Youth League of China (CYLC). At a ceremony held Tuesday in Beijing, Chinese President Xi Jinping said the founding of CYLC was a milestone in the history of the Chinese revolution and the history of the youth movement. This […]

The tragic end of the only child of Harl...

Philippa Duke Schuyler was born to Josephine Cogdell, a white writer, and George Schuyler, a well-known African-American journalist. Her mother, who came from a family that practiced agriculture, applied to her daughter the farming theory that crossing different genetic strains produced superior offspring known as “hybrid vigor”. according to this report. In fact, Schuyler’s interracial […]

Nicole Ari Parker just joined the cast

After the success of the 1999 film, The best man and its 2013 sequel, The best man’s vacationPeacock is set to launch a 10-part limited series, The Groomsman: The Final Chapters. The series will reunite the entire original cast, including Morris Chestnut (Lance Sullivan), Melissa De Sousa (Shelby Taylor), Taye Diggs (Harper Stewart), Regina Hall […]

CS Lewis responds to the country’s dilem

When you were in school and growing up, did your teachers ever give you “challenge” work? It was a job that was a grade or two higher than where you were at the time. Of course, the goal was to expand your abilities and skills to make you grow and reach higher. It happened to […]

Renaissance House Writers’ Retreat retur

Renaissance House Retreat for Writers and Artists in Martha’s Vineyard will celebrate its 23rd season by offering three exciting writing programs in June, July and September 2022 at its original location in Oak Bluffs – a home where legendary novelist Dorothy West (“The marriage”) would write. Renaissance House is one of the few retreats designed […]

‘The Best Man’ Cast Releases New Beach V

After it was announced last year that the cast of the iconic “The Best Man” film franchise would be reuniting for an upcoming series, fans were filled with anticipation – and they just got a new look at the gang on set. In a video posted to Instagram, the cast of ‘The Best Man’ are […]

When you learn your mother was a serious...

In March 2021, my mother, Nancy Bourne, a lifelong non-smoker, died of lung cancer. Two weeks prior, however, as she was walking back and forth between hospital wards, she was on her laptop sending a flurry of query letters to literary agents asking for their help in selling her first novel. six months before that […]

Riverside is experiencing a murals renai...

By Frances J. Vasquez | Collaborating columnist The lanes, walls and adobes of Riverside are adorned with visual stories – tales, legends and tales are depicted in vibrant imagery. The muralists express their voice in various artistic spaces. There is a revival of muralism in Riverside – like a geographical collage, they produce art everywhere: […]

Valley softball is experiencing a contin...

By: Michael Love Wednesday, May 4, 2022 | 6:53 p.m. Christopher Horner | Tribune-Review Valley head coach Carol Perroz coaches against Deer Lakes in a game April 28, 2022 at Valley High School. Morgan Dunkel was ready to take the ball, hit the rubber in the pitching circle, and have a breakout freshman season for […]

A Russian Jew’s perspective on the war i

Maxime D. Shrayer, born in 1967, grew up in Moscow and emigrated to the United States in 1987 with his family. Before settling in New England, Shrayer and his parents were Jewish refusalniks for many years. Shrayer, whose father is a writer and mother a translator, has written and edited more than 20 books of […]

The Age of the Absurd, by Dennis Prager

The West has gone through many eras – the so-called Dark Ages, the Renaissance, the Age of Reason, the Enlightenment, the Industrial Age and post-modernity. The current era is the age of the absurd. In terms of the absurdities that cultural elites believe in, and have convinced masses of people to believe, there has never […]

The new Mafia series from Yellowstone cr...

Taylor Sheridan is an unstoppable man. In the last 18 months alone, the creative tour de force wrote Stefano Sollima Without remorse with Michael B. Jordan, wrote and directed his own feature film in Those who want me dead starring Angelina Jolie and Jon Bernthal, as well as launched two new shows – the Yellowstone […]

Where cinema and nihilism meet

Rubber, directed by Quentin Dupieux, is a weird and absurd twist on what could be called “horror.” The utterly ridiculous premise of a tire randomly coming to life to engage in a telepathically-fueled killing spree is goofy on its own, not to mention the addition of the on-screen audience creating a “movie-within-a-movie” sequence. In many […]

‘Anaïs in Love’ is a sweet, half-baked r

Rating: 2.5/5.0 “You don’t realize what human interaction is,” Anaïs’ future ex-boyfriend Raoul (Christophe Montenez) tells her in Charline Bourgeois-Tacquet’s debut album Anaïs in Love. It’s a line that starts a crack in the film’s narrative that has, until now, been closely tied to Anaïs (Anaïs Demoustier) and her island world ruled by a specter […]

Expanding the Modernist Canon – WSJ

A hundred years ago, American life was modernizing at a dizzying pace. The automobile and the telephone became widespread and electrical networks revolutionized urban life, while the world of ideas was transformed by Freudian psychology and Einstein’s theory of relativity. “Dawn of a New Age: Early Twentieth-Century American Modernism,” a new exhibition opening May 7 […]

“Assassins Of The Mind”: How Russia Is T

Throughout history, there are many examples of dictatorships, terrorists and war criminals attacking cultural heritage sites with the aim of rapidly conquering societies and erasing their cultural identities. For example, the deliberate ethnic cleansing and destruction of libraries and museums during the Bosnian War; the Taliban destroying artifacts of Afghanistan’s Buddhist heritage; ISIS is attacking […]

Super-Infinite by Katherine Rundell revi...

In 1611, John Donne composed a funeral elegy for 14-year-old Elizabeth Drury. It contained one of his brightest and most unsettling lines: “You could almost say, his body was thinking.” Donne portrays body and soul as radically, deliciously blended. It is a poem that has long excited Donne’s commentators. John Carey, in his seminal 1981 […]

Samantha Williams, Paul Alexander Nolan ...

Goodman Theater has announced the casting of Life After by the rising star writer/lyricist/composer Britta Johnsondirected by Annie Tippe. Directing the cast of nine is Samantha Williams (Broadway’s Caroline, Or Change and Dear Evan Hansen) as teenage Alice, a young woman who, in search of facts, uncovers a more complicated truth as she pieces together […]

Tearing Down the Walls: Cinema Femme Sho...

Each edition of Cinema Woman Magazine centered on a film directed by a woman, with interviews with filmmakers and film reviews written by women around the world. “After the first few issues, I started hearing tons of women on social media, thanking me for airing the interviews, grateful for the opportunity to learn from women […]

Whidbey Island Center For The Arts Annou...

Whidbey Island Center for the Arts presents Gerry O’Connor, The Trudy Sundberg Lecture Series: Dr. Wade Davis, Mixtape to My Mother – a Mother’s Day’s Concert, WICA 26th Anniversary Concerts, Classical Uncorked | Versailles Dance Party, Atomic Bombshells – Naughty Spring Concert, Art Talks | Rebecca Albiani as the First Lady of the World: Isabella […]

How Jean Smart Crafted His Dream Career

It’s hard to imagine the world of entertainment without John Smart. With “hacksand ‘Mare of Easttown’ bringing her back to prominence in recent years, some call it a Jean Smart revival – but that’s not really the case. In fact, she never worked – maybe we we just didn’t pay attention. “Over the past five […]

Pamela Rooke: the queen of punk provocat...

With her Mondrian-inspired makeup, outlandish hairstyles and shocking signature dress, Pamela Rooke, aka Jordan, described herself as “a walking work of art.” For the public, however, the fearless provocateur who traveled by early morning train from the Sussex coast to central London in the mid-1970s has become the face of the most important youth movement […]

Bill Hader Explains How ‘Barry’ Season 3

Barry Berkman’s story could have been so different had it not been for the major delay caused by the COVID-19 pandemic, according to star and show co-creator Bill Hader. It hasn’t aired for three years but finally season 3 of barry is set to debut on HBO on Sunday, April 24. barry was so close […]

Portuguese prosecutors say man is offici...

LISBON – Portuguese prosecutors said on Thursday a man had been officially identified as a suspect in the disappearance of British child Madeleine McCann 15 years ago. It is the first time Portuguese prosecutors have identified an official suspect in the case since Kate and Gerry McCann, Madeleine’s parents, were named suspects in 2007. They […]

AIM by Kyle Abraham Dance Company at ICA...

Kyle Abraham’s AIM, “Our Indigo: If We Were A Love Song.” PHOTO: Christopher Duggan When famed choreographer Kyle Abraham traveled to Boston with his company, AIM (for Abraham in Motion) by Kyle Abrahamin November 2012, he and his dancers performed the Boston premiere of “The Radio Show” at the Institute of Contemporary Art/Boston, an evening-long […]

The eight best landing spots for Deebo S...

This week in ‘The 2022 NFL offseason is out of control’: 49ers wide receiver Deebo Samuel told ESPN’s Jeff Darlington Wednesday that he requested a trade to San Francisco. The request follows a flurry of big-budget receiver moves this offseason (started by, of all culprits, the jaguars and Christian Kirk). The NFL Draft is a […]

Visit a colorful Harlem townhouse

The musical and literary salons that the British poet James Fenton and the American writer Darryl Pinckney hosts in their Harlem townhouse are a delight not only to their guests, but to passers-by as well. The temperatures lending themselves to it, they open the large-paned windows so that the soft notes of a Chopin sonata […]

Cinematographer Jaime Reynoso talks abou...

Spotlight is ComingSoon’s interview series with below the line and/or up-and-coming talent in the world of TV and film. Our goal is to shine a light on the diverse roles that make the entertainment you love possible rather than just focusing on actors and directors. ComingSoon’s Jeff Ames recently spoke with cinematographer Jaime Reynoso about […]

‘Renaissance man’ trains talents for car

JACKSON, Miss (WJTV) – The morning was almost over when Joseph “JoJo” Dodd woke up about 1,900 miles from home and thought, “who would notice if I never got up?” He was 19, a down comedian, living alone on a boat with an engine as broken as his career. “I was literally adrift in LA,” […]

Atlantic City wants to do a Gayborhood

Today we head to Atlantic City and its desire to re-attract a lost LGBTQ+ community that was once a thriving part of AC’s makeup. We also take a look at the burgeoning retail utopia in Southwest Philadelphia — and how a garbage truck is the latest sign of success. 🐰 And check out these images […]

🌱 East Hampton Daily: a Zelenskyy cockta

Happy Monday, people of East Hampton! Diane Witek here to help you start the day off right. Here’s what’s happening around East Hampton today. First, today’s weather forecast: Growing clouds. High: 49, low: 44. Here are the top stories in East Hampton today: The Zelenskyy Cocktail is Main Prospect’s take on a lemon martini made […]

7 wonders of the ancient world

The Seven Wonders of the Ancient World were a selection of exceptional pieces of architecture and art in the Middle East, North Africa and Southern Europe. A number of ancient and medieval writers from Europe and the Middle East discussed and described what are now called the seven “wonders” of the world (not all writers […]

Charles Mingus centennial celebration pl...

Charles Mingus was born on April 22, 1922, at an army post in Nogales, Arizona, where his father served with a Buffalo Soldiers unit. The revered jazz bassist and composer was a toddler when his family moved to Los Angeles, where he was largely raised in the Watts neighborhood. But every spring, Nogales hosts a […]

10 Nicolas Cages Movies That Should Have...

Going around and promoting the upcoming comedy The unbearable weight of massive talentNicolas Cage revealed that he would love to do Face/Stop 2. Cage’s take on the hypothetical sequel has fans so excited, but there are so many other films in the quirky actor’s filmography that should get the sequel treatment as well. RELATED: Renfield […]

Wendell Smith was denied the chance to m...

Wendell Smith had never felt such grief and disappointment. He had big league dreams and ambitions. That’s why when auto magnate Henry Ford asked Smith’s father, John, what his son wanted to be when he grew up, the eldest Smith quickly replied that he wanted to be a baseball player. professional. And Smith believed his […]

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A dentist named Nick (Zachary Quinto) meets a hitman Francine Driver (Carla Gugino) and asks her to kill his wife Karen (Lauren Lee Smith). She asks for $20,000 upfront, so he leaves to see if his mob patient Aldo (Danny DeVito) can lend her the money. Meanwhile, a photographer named Henry (Aaron Tveit) steals Francine’s […]

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To meet Glenda. She has streaks of gold in her white hair, drooping eyes of melatonin, and a tragic lack of a chest. A nickname coined at the Philadelphia Bureau of Anthropology, Glenda is a bust planter officially known as the Grecian Bust Pot, with a gaping crevice where her cement brain would have been. […]

Vancouver author turns COVID lockdown in...

In 2020, when everyone was locked down due to COVID-19, former Vancouver writer John Paul Sonnen turned time in isolation into something constructive. The author has completed an account of the history of his favorite church in Rome, Sant’Onofrio al Gianicolo. The sometimes overlooked church is the spiritual center in Rome of the Equestrian Order […]

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Romance, drama, intrigue, Dance – these are the characteristics of a classic period piece. by Netflix Bridgerton is no exception, with its second season featuring the lives of the Bridgerton, Featherington, and Sharma families to the delight of audiences. RELATED: ‘Bridgerton’: The 8 Most Outrageous Moments From Season 2 With season 2 having passed for […]

The history of bookmobiles | riot book

This content contains affiliate links. When you purchase through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. Each year, the American Library Association (ALA) sponsors National Library Week and honors the bookmobiles and librarians who drive them with their own day — Wednesday, to be exact. first celebrated in 2010, the ALA Office for Diversity, […]

🌱 Tornado Relief Donations + History Und

Hey, neighbors! It’s me again, Kayla Harrison, your Savannah Daily host. First, today’s weather forecast: Rather sunny and pleasant. High: 82 Low: 63. 🏡 Are you a local real estate agent? Let us help you generate leads, grow your brand in Savannah, and set you apart from the competition. Click here to find out more. […]

🌱 Lorraine St. Shooting + LA Educators’

Hello people of Baton Rouge! It’s me again, Dan Casarella, your host for the Baton Rouge Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: Rather cloudy. High: 82 Low: 68. Here are the top three stories in Baton Rouge today: Several people have been shot and one person is in critical condition after a shooting on Lorraine Street […]

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Chris Kleponis/CNP via ZUMA Facts matter: Join for free Mother Jones Daily newsletter. Support our nonprofit reports. Subscribe to our print magazine. To his State of the Union Address on March 1, as the Omicron variant of the coronavirus peaked, President Joe Biden outlined his pandemic management strategy. “Covid-19 no longer needs to control our […]

A century before the first Earth Day the...

On October 15, 1880, climate activists and citizen scientists gathered atop Bear Hill in what is now the Middlesex Fells Reservation for the Boston area’s first forest festival – a precursor to the Day of the Land in the 19th century. Over the next five years, Forest Festivals will galvanize metropolitan Bostonians to protect many […]

Make Food – Dallas Voice

Scarborough Ren Fest offers food fit for kings and queens RICH LOPEZ | Personal [email protected] It’s time to put on this gay 16th century garment. The Scarborough Renaissance Festival opens on Saturday April 9 for its 41st season. Get a Tudor education in British history with knight ceremonies, battle jousting, theatrical performances and more. Perhaps […]

A portrait of a young artist ‘-a vision

A production of “Parks: A Portrait of a Young Artist” is currently running at the History Theater until April 10, 2022. The show visually conveys to those in attendance the greatness of a young Gordon Parks and his tenacity for life. Parks came to Minnesota as a young man, moving from Fort Scott, Kansas to […]

TCR Express: April 6, 2022

This week on TCR Express, Digital Media Editor Warren Frey and Journal of Commerce Editor Russell Hixson look at some of the stories coming to the paper, including Russell’s interview with Saint-Gobain officials, who are working on a major project to capture heat and reduce emissions at one of their manufacturing plants to achieve net […]

The top of the lake sees Campion sinking...

top of the lakeCampion’s first television work in decades, boasts masterful character work and a frustratingly blind perspective. Artwork: Felipe Sobreiro Warning trigger: assault, sexual assault, rape A girl stands in freezing water and a caravan of women rolls into new shipping container homes in a remote area of ​​New Zealand. One Thing Begins and […]

🌱 Man tasered after hotel swap + stolen

Good day, neighbors! It’s me again, Dan Casarella, your host for the Baton Rouge Daily. First, today’s weather forecast: Shower and thunderstorm. High: 80 Low: 69. Here are the top four stories from today in Baton Rouge: A woman attacked a man after he paid for sex at the LSU hotel. Alexandra Veitch checked into […]

The Absolute Best Campari Cocktails

This cocktail is one of the few good things to come out of Prohibition. With the passage of the 18th Amendment, many bartenders migrated to Europe, including New Yorker Harry MacElhone, according to Soak magazine. Once the head bartender at the Plaza Hotel in Manhattan, MacElhone moved to a bar called Ciro’s in London and […]

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Image by Cottonbro from Pexels While the ever-elusive British sun may have revived our souls last week – a gaslight moment where I wonder if seasonal depressionn is even real – the fear of the end of the world is more present than ever. But for Generation Z, among the swelling rate of anxiety and […]

Scratching the Surface with Harvey Ovshi...

Peabody Award-winning writer and producer Harvey Ovshinsky became part of Detroit’s media landscape in 1965. At age 17, he founded the famous underground newspaper, The fifth state. It was just the beginning of a long media career. He then covered news for several local radio stations and produced television documentaries and commercials. He has been […]

Jalen Rose talks diet and colonics with ...

These days, everyone and their mom, brother, and cousin are wellness experts or influencers. In 2022, preaching these principles and living a holistic lifestyle on social media is as trendy as wearing big bling, Air Force Ones and baggy jeans was in the early 2000s. . But my guest “Renaissance Man”, author Queen Afua aka […]

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What made you want to work at the Harlem Wellness Center? The arts are my first love and I have extensive experience in various disciplines. Over the years, I have developed a deep passion for social justice through my work to address health inequalities. Integrating the arts into my social justice work feels really synergistic […]

Smith slaps another jaw-dropping live mo...

Bradley Cooper, left, and Will Smith appear in the Oscars audience on Sunday, March 27, 2022 at the Dolby Theater in Los Angeles. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello) Chris Pizzello Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP NEW YORK Will Smith’s slap in the face at the Oscars wasn’t the first time an unexpected moment during a live TV entertainment event has […]

April is dripping with arts and entertai...

Don’t let April fool you, it’s packed with artistic activity, from stunning art exhibitions, film screenings and festivals to music performances and lectures. Be sure to check out the rich variety of films screened at this year’s DisOrient Film Festival, plan an evening at the theater to see the moving drama “God Said This,” or […]

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In many ways, science fiction is one of the most difficult genres to write, because you have to strike a delicate balance between creating a unique and creative fictional world, but basing it on scientific reason and logic that makes it credible. RELATED: The 10 Best Years For Sci-Fi Movies, According To Reddit What really […]

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In 1921 Chicago, Otylia “Tillie” Kupczyk asked her landlord if she could store a coffin in the basement of their building. Tillie had bought the coffin on sale, and she had a feeling she would soon need it for her third husband, Frank. She had premonitions that he was about to die and she wanted […]

Patrick Stewart Was Very Picky About His...

The original draft of “First Contact” had Picard travel to the mid-21st century version of Earth to ensure that scientist Zefram Cochrane had successfully invented the warp drive – which led to first contact with the Earth. Vulcan race and the creation of Starfleet – while its first officer Will Riker (Jonathan Frakes, playing the […]

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The adventurers by Richard Butner; small beer press Fantasy fiction can take many forms, such as epic tales set in imaginary worlds like JRR Tolkien’s “The Lord of the Rings” and George RR Martin’s “A Song of Ice and Fire” series. Then there is “weak fantasy”, in which strange events arise unexpectedly in seemingly normal […]

Stories of unhappy people in the happies...

It is difficult to understand how such an abstract thing as “happiness” is determined. The main game is played by numerology. As a measure of happiness, the survey raises some questions that are typically associated with materialistic and modern welfare state systems. Things like family, meeting personal expectations or sexuality remain implicit. The goat-like Yaksha’s […]

The 9 Best Food Memories of 2022

Food can do more than nourish our bodies. It can bring people together, set them apart, and define personalities and cultures. He can say what words cannot say. Food is a language in its own right, and it’s personal – which is why we think culinary memoirs are a category worth exploring. We (armchair) have […]