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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 […]

More than a pastoral poet

Today, March 14, marks the 46th anniversary of the death of Jasim Uddin (1903-1976). Popularly called “palli kabi” (popular poet), Jasim Uddin is also considered a great Bengali poet. And to this day, it has been fully assimilated into the Bengali literary canon and the academy. Yet his work remains marginalized – and sometimes even […]

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 […]

Our rich history: Outloud Festival comes...

By Raymond G. HebertThomas More University Part 32 of our series, “Retrospect and Vista II”: Thomas More College/University, 1971-2021 It was in the early 1990s that a community-minded retired journalist named Caden Blincoe was working as a volunteer and board member for the Northern Kentucky Literacy Council. His idea of ​​an “Outloud Festival”, at which […]

‘Arsenic and Adobo’ Author and Hermosa N

CHICAGO — Mia Manansala’s first book received rave reviews when it was released last year — and now the Chicago native is publishing a second story. Manansala’s first mystery, “Arsenic and Adobo”, was well reviewed by The New York Times and nominated for several awards, including an Agatha Award for Best First Mystery. “Homicide and […]

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, […]

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

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

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 […]

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. […]

RIP: Recall of influential people who di...

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

Our hopes for East Bay restaurants and b...

In this 2018 photo, community members come together to support Hasta Muerte, an Oakland café that has taken a principled and cohesive stance against systemic oppression. Credit: Hasta Muerte / Facebook Nosh 2021 in review· East Bay’s most trusted bar and restaurant destinations· East Bay’s Best Dining Experiences· The best alfresco dining in East Bay· […]

Think about it: what will the chickens d...

I bet you haven’t had a morning coffee conversation with your partner about “chickens coming home to roost”. It might help to understand the importance of this non-event if I explained part of my process of writing a column. An idea for a column begins to stop or spin in my thoughts before forming a […]

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 […]

The Top 10 of Art Sleuth for 2021 | Cul...

2021 continued to see museum closures and a drop in memberships. When the institutions opened, visitors were turned away when they forgot to download the online ticket office. Those who resisted masks or showed tapes of gunshots were trampled on when they were refused entry. Outdoor art venues have become popular – I visited the […]

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 […]

Mary Wilder of Mercer known for her high...

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

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 […]

47 Ronin Sequel begins production, Anna ...

The sequel to 47 Ronin, which was announced last year, begins production in Budapest and announces Anna Akana and Mark Dacascos as its stars. The sequel to 2013 47 Ronin has now started production. The original 47 Ronin starred Keanu Reeves as a half-English, half-Japanese samurai who sets out to avenge his father’s death. It […]

Sydney philanthropist Paula McLean donat...

Paula McLean, a Sydney philanthropist and former vice president of the Stella Prize, has donated $ 1 million to the Stella Forever Fund, one of the largest donations of its kind. The Stella Prize, established in 2013, is Australia’s largest annual book award for writers identifying women and has made a huge contribution to the […]

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, […]

Madagascar: Indian Embassy’s monthly lit

The Indian Embassy’s monthly literary program, known as La Lit Tana, has resumed after a long hiatus. The program initiated by Abhay Kumar, Ambassador of India to Madagascar, in 2019 offers a literary platform for talented Malagasy writers and poets to present and interpret their literary works. The 12th edition of La Lit Tana was […]

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 […]

writer alleges assault by Iffi’s securit

Panaji: Award-winning Sahitya Akademi Konkani writer Dilip Borkar claimed on Saturday that he and two of his friends were manhandled by bouncers at the venue of the 52nd India International Film Festival (Ifi). Borkar said he was lining up with his friends to enter the Inox multiplex for the Russian film The Hotel, which was […]

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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 […]

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. […]