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15 Shows Like Mare of Easttown That Fans...

In the grand canon of female police detectives, “Broadchurch’s” Ellie Miller, played by the wonderful Olivia Colman, is one of the best. The BBC series is set in the small English seaside town of the title, where everyone knows everyone else and meddles in everyone’s business, much like in “Mare of Easttown”. So when a […]

Poet Richard Blanco takes a virtual tour...

The Malibu Poet Laureate Poetry Studio has been hosting workshops for six years, and on February 11, they received a virtual tour from Richard Blanco, former President Barack Obama’s 5th Presidential Inaugural Poet. Blanco was introduced by Kathy Eldon, the founder of Creative Visions, visited Mr. Eric Carrier’s creative writing class at Malibu High School […]

“The world began to recognize Indian tra

Parikshit Singh, who is a physician in New York and author of ‘Sri Aurobindo and India’s Literary Renaissance’, speaks at the Jaipur Literature Festival. Singh, who is also a poet, writer, entrepreneur and healer, spoke exclusively to IANS on the sidelines of the festival and shared how the world has begun to recognize Indian traditions, […]

Unlimited Discontent – The New Indian Ex

Express press service This debut collection of electrifying essays by Scottish book author Ducks, Booker Prize shortlist and Goldsmiths Prize winner Newburyport is mostly a bold tirade of complaints. Needless to say, Ellmann is a feisty writer, and she’s certainly furious with many people and things around her – something she highlights in this unrestrained […]

Top 20 Jamaican Writers You Should Know

Jamaica has produced some of the most eloquent and relevant writers in the world. They encompass poets and playwrights to novelists, essayists and journalists. Here are 20 Jamaican writers everyone should know, in no particular order. 1. Hon. Louise Bennett-Coverley, known as Miss Lou, is the author of several books and worked on television on […]

Search in languages ​​| Music | Salt L

While he’s also a member of Lord Vox, Nahum Reyes says his new six-song EP, Searcher, was a very personal album, and its release strategy was simply to send the half-dozen songs out into the world. And that’s how he was born, at 2:22 p.m. on February 22, 2022. Under his Ages the Poet recording […]

Next step, Sylvia Plath! Why it’s time

OWhen I was a baby feminist, I argued with friends that public space was political. I had been radicalized by my teenage years, sick to the teeth of street harassment from men who seemed to think the streets were theirs to roam freely, while women were relegated to decorating. It wasn’t a regular occurrence, but […]

4 authors to know for National Book Mont...

March 3 is World Book Day. However, National Book Month (and National Women’s Month) is also this month. National Book Month 2022 in Detroit is significant after Black History Month because of how we can connect what we have learned as we forge a future of more empowered black leaders. Detroiters know the importance of […]

KDUZ Classic – March 2, 1974

Our KDUZ Classic this morning takes us back to March 2, 1974, the first of three weeks atop the Billboard Hot 100 Singles chart for this singer, songwriter, producer and environmental activist, who walked away from the music business shortly after this peak. Originally written and recorded by Belgian singer and songwriter Jacques Bell in […]

Vy Nguyen – The School District of Phila

FEBRUARY STUDENT OF THE MONTH Name: Vy Nguyen The school: Philadelphia Girls’ High School Nominated by: Megan McNamara and Joseph Marchetti – Teachers Once in a while, you meet a person who humiliates you. Maybe not at first, but after talking to them, learning who they are and what they’ve been through, witnessing their behavior […]

Our geo-economic dream

Geoeconomics is the new buzzword these days, thrown around quite loosely without quantifying its benefits, especially in a country like Pakistan that relies on a heavy regime of geopolitics and alliance tactics. What caused this paradigm shift in national thinking? The answer lies in a changed international environment and its impact on the calculation of […]

Namara: a poet and speaker in the making

By Lilian Ndilwa One of the upcoming young talents in the world of poetry and public speaking is Namara Lwansa. Namara, who is a fourth-grade student at Feza Girl Secondary School, started writing poems when she was just 10 years old after an English teacher tasked the whole class with writing a poem. The 15-year-old […]

Priyanka furious at American comedian fo...

Bollywood to Hollywood actress Priyanka Chopra is always in the news for something or the other. Just a few days ago, American comedian Rosie O’Donnell apologized to Priyanka as she considered her the daughter of famous poet Deepak Chopra. Upon realizing her mistake, she demanded an apology from the desi girl on social media. Priyanka […]

Fascinating Facts About Langston Hughes

Langston Hughes was not only a famous black poet, novelist, playwright, and journalist who helped define New York’s Harlem Renaissance, he was also an activist who reflected the multifaceted life of the black community. Often called “the people’s poet”, he had an uncanny talent for depicting the joy, sorrow, struggles and victories of his people […]

Tinx on dating, her boyfriend’s illness

In a West Hollywood cafe on a sunny Valentine’s morning, everyone knows Tinx. Baristas greet her like a dear friend and gorgeous girls in sportswear rush up to say hello. Tinx, real name Christina Najjar, also wears activewear: a raspberry leggings and sports bra combo with sheepskin-lined Birkenstocks; a gray sweatshirt with a dark green […]

The front line may be in Ukraine… but it

Before we can begin to understand what is happening in Ukraine, we must first understand Vladimir Putin’s view of truth and lies. Putin, as a former KGB Colonel, was brought up in a system where lies are not mistakes or just lies. Lies are a control strategy. The idea is to tell so many versions […]

Language worries Bengali in West Bengal

Why worry about your language? Since the last decades of the last century, a new anxiety has descended upon humanity – that of the endurance, decay and death of language. For all the latest news, follow the Daily Star’s Google News channel. “How long will my language live?” ask a lot of people. “Can we […]

Shoshana Johnson, First Black POW, Discu...

Retired US Army specialist Shoshana N. Johnson, who was the United States’ first black POW, discussed veterans’ issues at a forum at the Harvard Institute of Politics on Thursday evening. The event, titled “Public Service and Sacrifice: A Conversation with Shoshana Johnson, America’s First Black Prisoner of War,” was part of the Veterans Impact Initiative, […]

‘Chilean Poet’ is a playful novel about

Your appreciation of “Chilean Poet” will depend on how patient you are with the writer-protagonist tendency, a symptom of the autofictional turn. The flow of poets, journalists, and literary types in the novel made me wish that vet Vicente’s cat was going to have a bigger story arc. “Chilean Poet” is most compelling when it […]

Black women say goodbye to work and hell...

KKnown as “The Cookie Lady” around Washington DC, Lacey Fisher is famous for her British and German inspired liquor confections. Fisher started Cookie Lane during the 2008 economic crisis, after being laid off from four different jobs as a mortgage checker. “I used up my six months of savings and the rent was due,” says […]

The Academy is not coming back.

There’s never been a list of Oscar nominations quite like this year’s. At first glance, the nominees for the 94th Academy Awards may seem like a step backwards, especially in the more visible categories. Of the 20 actor nominations, only four went to actors of color, down from nine last year, though two this year, […]

‘It’s not going to take it’: Respected S

When Peter Nguany Machar works in his garden, he sings for his plants. When he walks away, it’s as if the leaves are curling up in his absence. “It always seems like the leaves are reaching out to her,” said Nyamuon “Moon” Nguany Machar, her daughter. “They are used to the language of my father’s […]

Opinion: The state must explore new nucl...

Photo from Pixabay.com by distelAPPArath. By Bill Temmink The writer, environmental activist, is a resident of Joppa. Maryland Matters published an article and commentary on January 22 about climate change mitigation efforts. Both well-meaning. Both well documented. Both suggest mitigation ideas and efforts already underway. Both efforts should be encouraged. Both largely miss the point. […]

LGBTQ+ History Month 2022: Events and hi...

LGBT+ History Month began as a celebration of LGBT (lesbian, gay, bisexual and transgender) history in the United States of America in 1994. Although observed in October in North America and Australia, LGBT+ History Month has been the month of February in the UK since 2005, to coincide with the end of Section 28. It […]

Riverdance to tour the United States wit...

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

Divine Diversions: Western Books – C&I M

Lose yourself in the pages of these western books recommended by the THIS crew. Here has THIS, we take reading seriously. Take a peek inside each office at our head office and you‘You’ll find a shelf (or two) lined with literary wonders. So putting together our favorite Western books for our January 2022 issue was […]

Mustafa Kemal Pasha married Latife Hanım

Mustafa Kemal Pasa married Latife Hanim in Izmir January 29 is the 29th day of the year according to the Gregorian calendar. Number of days remaining until the end of the year336. Railways January 29, 1899 The concession of the port of Haydarpaşa is granted to the German company Anadolu Railway Company. On January 29, […]

Ninth graders explore themes of social j...

Photo by Marcy StamperIn “Let America Change for Once,” Sage Schrager wrote about seeing everyone as equal, regardless of skin color or who they love. Let America be carefree again. Let America be fun. Let America be chubby. Let America be fair. These are some of the 45 visions of ninth-graders at Liberty Bell High […]

Sierra College to Host Online Sierra Wri...

Thursday-Saturday, February 10-12, Sierra College Press will host the 2022 Sierra Writers’ Conference, featuring science fiction author Kim Stanley Robinson, author and publisher Nisi Shawl, Nevada County Poet Laureate Kirsten Casey and a group of writers whose presentations focus on various elements of story, writing, and community building. “In this time of profound societal change, […]

John D. Hawke Jr. – The Martha’s Vineyar

John Daniel Hawke Jr., son of Olga Buchbinder and John Daniel Hawke of Rockville Center, NY, died at his home in Washington, DC, on January 3, 2022, at the age of 88, surrounded by his family. An accomplished attorney who has served in all three branches of the US government, Hawke was once called “the […]

Lester Weiner | Obituaries | The Newbu...

Lester K. Weiner March 28, 1935 – January 1, 2022 Amesbury – Les Weiner was ushered into the arms of his Savior, Jesus Christ, on January 1, 2022, surrounded by his family, including his wife of 62 years, Kay (Niles) Weiner. Born and raised in Chicago, Illinois, he graduated from Elmhurst College and traveled to […]

The 10 Most Diverse Comic Book Character...

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

The best novels by female authors

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

From Nightmare Alley to Let’s Eat Grandm

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

Thich Nhat Hanh, Vietnamese Zen master, ...

Vietnamese Zen master Thich Nhat Hanh, world renowned spiritual leader, author, poet and peace activist, died on January 22, 2022 at midnight (ICT) at its root temple, Tu Hien Temple, in Hue, Vietnam. It was 95. “Our beloved teacher Thich Nhat Hanh passed away peacefully,” his sangha, the Committed Buddhism Community of Plum Village, said […]

Amazon says first clothing store will be...

January 21, 2022 Amazon.com has to become the largest clothing retailer in the United States without any stores. Now he plans to open his first clothing store this year under the Amazon Style banner. The 30,000-square-foot store featuring men’s and women’s apparel, footwear and accessories will open in Glendale, Calif., at The Americana at Brand, […]

This Week in History: January 21-27

JANUARY 22: On this day in 1788, Lord Byron (née George Gordon Byron), the famous philhellene, poet and satirist, was born in London, England. He is considered one of Britain’s greatest poets and is best known for his amorous lifestyle and brilliant use of the English language. Byron was first introduced to Greece when he […]

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 […]

An anthology of comics by the best Spani...

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

President Cal in Havana | OnCubaNews En...

During the first three decades of the 20th century, American presidents were not characterized by trips to Latin America, a natural backyard in the context of the Monroe Doctrine, but populated by situations and characters they thought they knew because that they were similar in the south. of the Union, in an emblematic area of […]

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

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

Socialite Arts Organization Comes Home t...

San Antonio-based nonprofit Musical Bridges Around the World (MBAW) arts organization is known for its ongoing mission to build bridges between nations through music. However, racial tensions exacerbated by the 2020 Minneapolis police killing of George Floyd and the ensuing protests caused MBAW to turn his attention home, seeking to bridge the understanding gaps between […]

‘No more men hating men,’ shout Korean a

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

75 Years’ celebrates the historic milest

Dennis Adler and the Ferrari Spa Although Enzo Ferrari had built winning racing cars for Alfa Romeo for years before, it was not until after World War II in 1947 that he founded his eponymous automobile company and built the first automobile in Ferrari brand. Thus, 2022 marks the 75th anniversary since that historic date, […]

15 great Chinese dramas to binge on

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

A conversation with the author of My Sum...

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

today in history | OMCP News

Today in History Today is Thursday, January 13, the 13th day of 2022. There are 352 days left in… Today in history Today is Thursday, January 13, the 13th day of 2022. There are 352 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On January 13, 2021, President Donald Trump was impeached by the […]

Black-Owned Bee Infinite Publishing Anth...

Cover from the founders of Bee Infinite Publishing and Future Splendor Anthology Bee Infinite Publishing and CatStone Books Bee Infinite Publishing launched a Kickstarter campaign to fund three BIPOC anthologies Each project highlights the creative talents of emerging and award-winning voices living in the city of Los Angeles, across the country and abroad. – Bee […]

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, […]

The hijacked life of a genre fiction wri...

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

The lie of Malam Malami – Tribune Online

As usual, Nigerian justice minister Malam Abubakar Malami (SAN) berated governors in the south this week. Obstructionist par excellence, Malami hates the very idea that the governors of the south protect their people and rule their space in a civilized manner. He took up arms when the governors formed Amotekun to stop the genocide perpetrated […]

Vigilance is about system failure: The T...

Neera Chandhoke political scientist When it comes to casting the vigilante as a hero, Bollywood is second to none. Amitabh Bachchan has perfected the role of the lone cop navigating through the broken landscape of injustice. Disillusioned with the Indian state’s inability to punish wrongdoers – from corrupt policemen to zamindars and industrialists – our […]

John Hawke Obituary (1933 – 2022) – Brid

John D. Hawke, Jr., 28th U.S. Comptroller of the CurrencyJohn Daniel Hawke, Jr., son of Olga Buchbinder and John Daniel Hawke of Rockville Center, New York, died at his home in Washington, DC on January 3, 2022, at the age of 88 surrounded by family.An accomplished lawyer who served in all three branches of the […]

Vigilance is the failure of the system: ...

Neera Chandhoke Political scientist When it comes to portraying the vigilante as a hero, Bollywood is second to none. Amitabh Bachchan has perfected the role of the lone cop who weaves his way through the troubled landscape of injustice. Disillusioned by the failure of the Indian state to punish evildoers – from corrupt police to […]

The first diesel-powered car has complet...

January 6 is the 6th day of the year according to the Gregorian calendar. The number of days remaining until the end of the year is 359. Railways January 6, 1900 Russian Consulate l. Interpreter Maximow, Foreign Minister Tevfik Pasha, the Russians as well as the Germans have asked for privileges in Anatolia, he said. […]

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 […]

Here are the women who will appear in qu...

The U.S. Mint will begin circulating quarters honoring five women this year as part of a four-year series celebrating women’s contributions to the United States. Among the diverse group of women honored are a famous poet and civil rights activist, the first woman in space, the first Chinese-American movie star, the first female chief chief […]

Top 10 Jamaican Arts & Entertainment New

Entertainment news in 2021 was dominated by music and musical artists, some early successes and the passing of music legends. Jamaican writers were hailed and honored with awards, sprint champion Usain Bolt began another career as a recording artist, and Khalia Hall became the new Miss World Jamaica. Jamaican artists were inducted into the New […]

Tracing the history of Tel Aviv in its s...

By Danya Belkin and Oreen Cohen Whether you realize it or not, walking the streets of Tel Aviv can provide a fascinating history of the city itself. While most people use street names just to navigate from one place to another, if you stop for a moment and look closely, you will find that the […]

The new political cry in South Korea: “O

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

In Helina Metaferia’s MFA Show, ‘Army of

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

COVID can’t stop ingenuity: hailing San

Ric Salinas in a tour de force in “57 Chevy”. Courtesy of the San Diego Repertory Theater Phew! What year ! What a two-year debacle, in fact. It was heartbreaking, painful, depressing, anxiety-provoking and more. Oh, and more and more contagious lately. Just as we were heading back to the theater… things aren’t looking so […]

Tribute to these golfers lost in 2021 | ...

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

50 years of the best of female writing

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

Every Adam McKay Movie Ranked Worst To B...

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

the best phrases to congratulate your fa...

It’s today, it’s today! the Christmas It’s here and like every December 24, it’s time to celebrate this date with our loved ones. However, in this context of pandemic once again the festivities will have to take place remotely, so here we share some of the best phrases to congratulate your family and friends on […]

The Matrix Resurrections, Benedetta, C’m

Each week, we highlight the notable titles that have recently hit the streaming platforms in the United States. Check out this week’s picks below and past recaps here. drink (Scott Cooper) Scott Cooper is comfortable in the mud. The American director regularly finds himself in the confines of truth and dirt, in rocky landscapes with […]

How Christmas Became an American Holiday...

The pagan tradition of celebrating the winter solstice with bonfires on December 21 inspired the first Christian celebrations of Christmas.Gpointstudio / Image source via Getty Images Thomas Adam, University of Arkansas Each season the celebration of Christmas has religious leaders and conservatives publicly complaining about the commercialization of the holiday and the growing lack of […]

Evocative and debated Irish poet Thomas ...

Academic Adrienne Leavy, writing in The Irish Times, saw Mr. Kinsella’s poetic career split into two clear segments: first an embrace of “elegant formalism and a lyrical style” beginning in the early 1960s, influenced by WH Auden, Patrick Kavanagh and others; then a more experimental phase in which formal verse was abandoned, reflecting his exposure […]

Review: Amitav Ghosh’s new book challeng

Photo: Ian Yeo / Unsplash Ghosh is known for the depth and breadth of research he brings to his work – but The Nutmeg’s Curse is essentially a 257-page normative essay. Most of us have admitted that the climate crisis began with the widespread use of coal at the start of the industrial age, but […]

I’m the breadwinner of my family and I h

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

South Africa-based A Kru Sailor’s great-

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

An interview with Rescue Poetix – The Go

Rescue Poetix (Susan Justinano) is Jersey City’s current Poet Laureate. She is a poet, oral artist and musician who has performed her heartfelt and introspective work at live events in the United States, Canada, Europe and Mexico. A Brief History of the Poet Laureates in Jersey CityA Poet Laureate is a position granted to a […]

Hop days are back: New Zealand’s best lo

Unlike the festive tale that prevails this time of year, drinking low and non-alcoholic alcohol is important. In the United States, the non-alcoholic spirits sector grew by 289% between 2016 and 2020. Globally, beverage trends analyst IWSR predicts a 31% increase in low-alcohol or non-alcoholic beverages by 2024, as more people join the “movement of […]

I’m Irish and always will be, says the w

In 1938, the Chicago Youth Council of the National Association for the Advancement of Colored People, NAACP, wrote a letter of admiration to an Irish woman for her stand against racism. Kathleen Simon (née Harvey), to whom the letter was addressed, was well known as a leading opponent of slavery and also spoke out against […]

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

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

9 Christmas Readings You Can Easily Add ...

So, it’s Christmas: you’ll soon be curled up by a fire, under a blanket, sleepy after a morning of overeating, and ready to enjoy a good book on your new or old Amazon Kindle. Well, whether it’s your standard Christmas Day or not, since you clicked on the headline above, you are clearly the center […]

Revel in the joys of books and reading a...

BAGHDAD – Protesters in Baghdad are staging a sit-in demanding that US troops leave Iraq. Counterterrorism troops patrol the streets. A federal court is wondering whether to certify the results of parliamentary elections two months ago. But at the Baghdad International Fair grounds, hardly anyone cares about all of this. Inside is the Baghdad International […]

In Advent, a “busy world” shines in Hopk

Nicole perone By Nicole Perone • Catholic Press Service • Posted on December 17, 2021 Something about Advent, and the Christmas period that follows it (or, in the secular sphere, the envelope), draws the eye to beauty. We delicately unwrap the delicate decorations and place them prominently in our homes and parish shrines; sparkling crystal, […]

Major General Charles Bolden to receive ...

Major General Charles Bolden to receive Wright Brothers Memorial Trophy Press release from: National Aeronautics Association Posted: Thursday December 16 2021 The National Aeronautic Association (NAA) is honored to present Major General Charles Bolden, USMC (Retired) with the 2020 Wright Brothers Memorial Trophy during the 73rd Annual Wright Memorial Dinner on December 17, 2021 in […]

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

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

Revue des arts 2021: Alistair Harkness o...

Frances McDormand in Nomadland Nomadic country Winner of this year’s Oscars for Best Picture, Best Director, and Best Actress, Chloe Zhao’s third feature was one of the top favorites for the Film of the Year – in part because of the wonderfully performance. expressive character of Frances McDormand, in part because of the poetic realism […]

Movie Review: “Drive My Car” – A Saab St

By David D’Arcy The brilliant Drive my car is about a lot of things, but at its core the film is an exploration of loss. Drive my car directed by Ryusuke Hamaguchi. Hidetoshi Nishijima and Toko Miura in Drive my car. Literary and human, Drive my car, a three-hour film in Japanese (and a few […]

Herstory: Documenting Historical Narrati...

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

Winter Arts Sneak Peek – The Georgetowne

National Building Museum  The wall / El Muro: what is a border wall? Until November 2022  This exhibition examines the border wall between the United States and Mexico from an architectural and design perspective. By focusing on the built environment, visitors will understand that a boundary wall makes something real – and internationally consistent – […]

Hillary Clinton shares what she’s prepar

In a soon-to-be-released Masterclass episode on “The Power of Resilience,” the 2016 Democratic presidential candidate and former Secretary of State reads the remarks she had prepared to deliver in New York on November 8 2016, before it became clear that Donald Trump won the election. “I’ve never shared this with anyone. I’ve never read it […]

Yoroku: 80 Years Later, Many Lessons Hav...

“The world has changed completely. The era has just been cut off enormously (from the one that preceded it). Yesterday feels like the distant past.” Kotaro Takamura (1883-1956), a poet known for “The Poems of Chieko”, a collection of works centered on his relationship with his wife until her death, had described his emotions as […]

The worst pronunciation words of 2021

Billie Eilish had locked down 2021. She topped the charts with her second album, co-hosted the Met Gala, and had a solid year which ensured her name stayed in the news. However, some people apparently struggled to pronounce his last name. No, it’s not pronounced Billie “Eye-lash”, despite what you may have heard on the […]

Best Public High Schools in Idaho | Sta...

As filmmaker and writer Nora Ephron said in a 1996 opening speech at Wellesley College, “Your education is a dress rehearsal for a life that is yours.” If so, high school can be one of the greatest dress rehearsals of all. It’s a place where students explore their interests, dive into extracurricular activities, finally get […]

Ilya Kaminsky and Stephen Heyman among w...

• Ilya Kaminsky: The poet and author of “Deaf Republic” and “Dancing in Odessa” to read an excerpt from his work at 4:10 pm on December 7 in the Benes Rooms of the University of Ohio Wesleyan in the center of the Hamilton-Williams campus , 40 Rowland Ave., Delaware. Kaminsky, born in Odessa, arrived in […]

Robert Bly, poet, translator and anti-wa...

Robert Bly, who died at the age of 94, was an award-winning poet, author and translator, whose name was created by his bestseller Iron John: A Book About Men (1990), which has been credited with advances the men’s movement in the United States. . Bly believed that American “male dominance” had softened in an increasingly […]

Back to the roots | News, Sports, Jobs

Courtesy Photo Sarah Everett searches for typewriters at antique stores, flea markets, yard sales and online marketplaces. The quote from Stephen King, “Sooner or later, everything that is old becomes new again” appears to apply to typewriters as well, which are currently enjoying a renaissance among collectors of all ages. Sarah Everett, 25, a resident […]

Browns chief of staff Brownson named Uni...

FILE – Cleveland Browns chief of staff Callie Brownson leaves the field after an NFL football game against the Arizona Cardinals on Sunday, October 17, 2021, in Cleveland. Brownson will coach the United States Women’s National Team this summer in Finland. (AP Photo / David Richard, file) David Richard PA CLEVELAND Callie Brownson will swap […]

Started in 2007: the Nizamuddin Basti co...

UNESCO awarded two prizes for conservation efforts to Nizamuddin Basti in the capital. The Nizamuddin area includes the World Heritage Site of Humayun’s Tomb, the century-old Hazrat Nizamuddin Basti settlement and Sunder Nursery, in addition to the Batashewala Tomb Garden Complex, tomb of 16th century courtier poet Khan I Khanan ‘Rahim’, and the Mughal period […]

Reviews | Why the feminist movement nee...

And that ultimately weakens the cause of feminism because it excludes many women, especially young women. Young pro-life women often see themselves as committed to both the protection of the unborn child and the development of women. In a 2015 poll by the Public Religion Research Institute, more than half of millennial women who identified […]

In opposing styles, 2 African artists ca...

LONDON – At first glance, the works of Marcellina Akpojotor and Sungi Mlengeya seemingly have nothing in common. Ms. Akpojotor’s luminous canvases are imbued with color and textiles, and Ms. Mlengeya creates stripped-down black and white works that amaze with their simplicity. “One is more minimalist, while the other is loaded with craftsmanship, skill, nuance, […]

American curator dedicates his life to C...

Three children hold the Chinese handwritten character of “happiness” in the United States, February 3, 2019. Photo: VCG Seventy-year-old American Stephen D. Allee’s total immersion in Chinese language and culture is reminiscent of a famous quote from Confucius: “I was not born with knowledge, I am a lover of knowledge. antiquity, and serious about looking […]

What’s New – 11/27 – Our Time Press

AUTUMN IN AMERICA For 85 glorious minutes on Friday, November 19, Vice President Kamala Harris served as Acting President of the United States while Joe Biden was sedated for a medical procedure. Last week, WGO referred to its declining poll numbers, possibly instigated by right-wing media disinformation. A recent Vanity Fair essay on his desk […]

The wandering creativity of Sophie Taeub...

There is an object in the Museum of Modern Art retrospective of Swiss polymath Sophie Taeuber-Arp that is so coveted that I wanted to hurry it. It dates from 1922 and takes the form of triangles that fit together in an integral pattern of blue and pink, brown and olive. These abstract shapes are interrupted […]

Dr Abdullah Omar Naseef – Renaissance Ma

Mir Ayoob Ali Khan In Jeddah, one person emerged in the 1970s, Dr Abdullah Omar Naseef. He felt he should bring together the best minds from around the world to work on projects that would help Muslims around the world. The kingdom was developing against the Communist / Socialist rule led by Jamal Abdul Nasser […]

from Picasso’s homage to friendship to t

that of Gustave Caillebotte Young man at his window (1876); the Cox Collection: The Story of Impressionism, Christie’s New York, November 11; estimate: around $ 50 million The most expensive work of the French painter of the Belle Époque Gustave Caillebotte to be auctioned this century, Young man at his window is likely to break […]

Today in history: it is Friday, October ...

By the associated press Today’s highlight in history: On October 29, 2018, a next-generation Boeing operated by Indonesian low-cost airline Lion Air crashed in the Java Sea minutes after taking off from Jakarta, killing all 189 people on board; it was the first of two fatal crashes involving the 737 Max, resulting in the plane […]

Today in History – October 29

shutterstock“/>Photo from an old book courtesy shutter By THE ASSOCIATED PRESS Today is Friday, October 29, the 302nd day of 2021. There are 63 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On October 29, 2018, a Next Generation Boeing operated by Indonesian low-cost airline Lion Air crashed into the Java Sea minutes […]

Professors share “little known” facts –

Who is buried in Kant’s tomb? There is no such thing as a “chemical free” product? Peter the Great was a dentist? We asked a handful of professors to share a little-known fact about their discipline. See how much surprise you! In 1697-98, Peter the Great became the first Russian ruler to visit Western Europe. […]

Review: Hans Holbein struts around the G...

The original exhibition of Renaissance portraits by Hans Holbein the Younger at the J. Paul Getty Museum opens with a bang. Her stunningly beautiful painting of a young woman, wife of a London courtier, sits straight ahead on the entrance wall. Shown in standard three-quarter view, at waist height, she appears decent and composed when […]

A little wisdom from Bernard | Charles ...

BBernard de Clairvaux, the great 12th-century saint and doctor of the Church who renewed Western monastic tradition, once warned that “The gravest danger for any pope lies in the fact that, surrounded as he is flatterers, he never hears the truth about himself and ends up unwilling to hear it. Each pontificate has its courtiers. […]

Courtiers and sycophants: the case of Ca...

JULY 20, 2021 AMONG THE pleasures of the HBO series Succession, which satirizes a Murdoch-style media dynasty, is the shameless spectacle used to portray the dead spiritually. Apart from the television which fetishizes the plutocrats, Succession transports us to their probably perverse reality. One episode follows the Roy family to Hungary for a corporate retreat […]