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NCAA allows women’s tournament to use ‘M

Three congressional lawmakers have sent a letter to NCAA President Mark Emmert accusing the organization of making “insufficient progress” in addressing the “historically disparate” treatment of male and female athletes. Singled out March Madness basketball tournaments, Democratic Reps. Carolyn Maloney of New York, Jackie Speier of California, and Mikie Sherrill of New Jersey said the […]

Sketchbook Scenes – Video and Film

Scenes from a sketchbook is based on and inspired by the tinted brush drawings, sketches and some finished but minimalist works of the master 18th century miniature painter Nainsukh. Even in some of his finished paintings, the artist did not hide his corrections and premeditations, which he allowed to show through an austere page mostly […]

Rigoletto review: A perfect hunchback | ...

All I can say this time is that the Royal Opera did it again, with a complete cast change, although the standout performances this time around were in different roles. Last time it was Lisette Oropesa’s stunning performance in the tragic role of Gilda that was brilliantly impressive; this time the Italian soprano Rosa Feola […]

International Women’s Day 2022 fashion b

If you purchase an independently reviewed product or service through a link on our website, Footwear News may receive an affiliate commission. Celebrate women when you shop March 8th. International Women’s Day is a global holiday that takes place every year on March 8 that recognizes the achievements of women. It dates back as far […]

Aloy from Horizon Forbidden West is once...

To celebrate the recent release of Horizon Forbidden West on PlayStation platforms, protagonist Aloy has returned to the Fortnite Item Shop. A week after the release of Forbidden Horizon West on PS4 and PS5, series protagonist Aloy has once again entered the Item Shop in fortnite. As many may remember, Aloy first hit the island […]

Four exclusive NHL games on ESPN, ABC an...

ABC Hockey Saturday debuts this week with the showdown between the New York Rangers and the Pittsburgh Penguins Metro Division Tuesday, February 22: New York Islanders vs. Seattle Kraken on ESPN+ and Hulu Thursday, February 24: Washington Capitals vs. New York Rangers on ESPN; Columbus Blue Jackets vs. Florida Panthers on ESPN+ and Hulu Thursday’s […]

Stepping into this apartment in Rome is ...

An invitation to Carolina Vincenti’s Roman apartment offers a rare thrill: the serendipity of surprise. The art historian, along with her partner Paolo Scotto di Castelbianco, food and wine critic, is legendary for the highly original get-togethers she organizes in a house furnished with Old World splendor. For a recent dinner, for example, they recreated […]

‘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 […]

Poets head to Zoom

The Poetry Night Reading Series is proud to present San Francisco Poet Laureate Tongo Eisen-Martin and Landon Smith at 7 p.m. on Thursday, February 10, via Zoom: Eisen-Martin is a poet, movement worker and educator from San Francisco. His latest program on extrajudicial executions of black people, “We Charge Genocide Again,” has been used […]

Four alternate history stories from the ...

It never happened, but it did happen. Let’s talk about some comic stories that never happened. In the language of comics, there is a kind of fiction within fiction. Stories that aren’t part of the main continuity, but exist nonetheless. In the Marvel Universe and the MCU, these stories are called And if. Although in […]

‘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 […]

You can’t talk about Telugu literature w

Hyderabad: As part of the sixth edition of the Indian Knowledge Systems (IKS) elective course, the Indian Institute of Technology Gandhinagar (IITGN) has organized two online lectures, “Sweeter than Honey: The Advent and Rise of Classical Telugu Literature” and “ Conquest of the World: Krishnadevaraya’s Amuktamalyada’ Distinguished author, translator and musician Dr. Srinivas Reddy delivered […]

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 […]

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 […]

NJ Arts Community Celebrates National Ra...

New Jersey Theater Alliance and ArtPride New Jersey’s The Creating Change Network have partnered with the Truth, Racial Healing and Transformation Center at Rutgers University-Newark to host arts events statewide to celebrate National Racial Healing Day. The day is a nationwide program coordinated by the WK Kellogg Foundation and is set for Tuesday, January 18, […]

Live events in 2022 to look forward to

Making plans to attend shows is not what it used to be. I’m writing this a few days before the end of 2021 and just received notice of a new level of COVID security screening. In order to attend performances during the Prototype Contemporary Opera Festival which takes place in mid-January in New York City, […]

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 […]

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 […]

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 […]

15 best Dark Academia books of all time

If there’s one aesthetic that lends itself best to a jam-packed shelf, it’s dark academia. With such an emphasis on reading, it’s no wonder that “dark college books” videos have over 1.5 billion views on TikTok alone. But what is it actually makes a book read by a “black university”? The black academic subculture revolves […]

Urobuchi Gen’s Thunderbolt Fantasy is as

Unfortunately, puppetry is an art that is not frequently used in the modern age. However, that doesn’t stop Thunderbolt Fantasy from being epic. Puppets? Can such an art form be considered anime? About Fantasy Lightning, Yes he can. It’s not just because the series is created and directed by Urobuchi Gen – de Psycho-Pass and […]

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. […]

Red Stick Revelry, Kids’ Parties & More:

Goodbye, 2021. Come in, 2022. Everything takes place on Friday, December 31, at the stroke of midnight. If snuggling up on the sofa with “New Year’s Rockin ‘Eve” isn’t your cup of tea (or a glass of champagne, in this case), there are plenty of options in the Baton Rouge neighborhood to go out and […]

The best European cities for flea market...

There is a unique attraction to delving into an overseas market, tempted by the prospect of unearthing neglected treasure among the inevitable clutter. Much like visiting an open-air museum, you can gain a cultural understanding of a destination through the types of items on sale, from East German-era paraphernalia to first edition French comics. . […]

“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 […]

“Facebook made me realize I don’t have a

Louise Nealon was 18 when she had a dream that belonged to someone else. “The dream was not very alive. It was just a general feeling of being disembodied. What I remember more than the dream is the feeling of disappearing completely from myself. It may sound like an experience of a nervous breakdown, and […]