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Pittsburgh Dance Council’s new season brings exciting works on stage and on ice | Dance | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge Photo: Mathieu Doyon ELASTIC The Pittsburgh Dance Council knows that audiences crave live performances after going without them for more than two years. In a press release, Randal Miller of the Pittsburgh Cultural Trust said that last season the Council “celebrated the return of …

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Happy Birthday Mr. Frank! Local Pearl Harbor survivor Frank Emond turns 104: NorthEscambia.com

Pearl Harbor survivor Frank Emond of Cantonment celebrated his 104th birthday on Saturday. You can leave your birthday wishes in the comments section below, or on our Facebook page. Originally from Rhode Island, Emond enlisted in the Navy in 1938 as a musician. He played the French horn for the …

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Teenage girl arrested for harassing and brandishing box cutter at member of Japanese boy band 7 Men Samurai

Shibuya police have arrested a 17-year-old girl for harassing and brandishing a box cutter at a member of Japanese boy band 7 Men Samurai. The Tokyo Metropolitan Police Department on Wednesday announced the arrest of the unidentified high school student in Yokohama for violating the Stalker Control Law and the …

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May 16, end of the Warsaw Ghetto Uprising :: WRAL.com

By The Associated Press Today in History Today is Monday, May 16, the 136th day of 2022. There are 229 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On May 16, 1943, the nearly month-long Warsaw Ghetto Uprising ended when German forces crushed Jewish resistance and blew up …

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Why Lady Gaga Isn’t In Brad Pitt’s Bullet Train Movie

Lady Gaga nearly starred in Brad Pitt’s upcoming action thriller Bullet Train, and the film’s director now explains why it didn’t work out. David Leitch, director of the upcoming action thriller High-speed train, explained why Lady Gaga is not in the film. The pop star-turned-actress won immediate acclaim for her …

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How to turn a harsh urban space into a languid jungle

But it’s not a hodgepodge. The beauty of this courtyard comes from the thoughtful way in which everything is laid out. Plants are grouped in eclectic leafy layers to highlight changes in texture, shape and color. They hang from the ceiling and encroach on the floor. They’re staggered at every …

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This Rare Golden Period Stradivarius Could Bring Up To $20 Million At Auction – Robb Report

If you’re a fan of classical instruments, you might like it: a 1714 Stradivarius, dubbed the “da Vinci, ex-Seidel” Strad, will be auctioned next month. The violin is part of the “golden period” of Antonio Stradivari’s production, which spans from 1710 to 1720. For nearly four decades in the 20th …

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Monday Mix: Saya Grey, Built to Spill, Naima Bock

This single from Canadian-Japanese musician Saya Gray is the first of two tracks to be released from her highly anticipated debut album ’19 MASTERS’. He delightfully sets the table with dazzling production and smooth vocals. “The song was an inner dialogue of my mental state at the time, pushing me …

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Nilüfer Yanya’s ‘PAINLESS’ Marks Impressive Milestone in Female-Led Rock Music Revival

The first thing you notice in Nilüfer Yanya’s music is his voice. It’s smoky yet ethereal, jumping seamlessly between its low register and delicate falsetto voice. It’s inviting, but contains a hint of menace, like gentle ocean surf hiding jagged rocks below. On her recent album, “PAINLESS”, Yanya’s vocals are …

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Today in history: May 6, Hindenburg crash

Today is Friday, May 6, the 126th day of 2022. There are 239 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On May 6, 1937, the German hydrogen-filled airship Hindenburg caught fire and crashed while attempting to dock at Lakehurst, New Jersey; 35 of the 97 people on …

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Best Anime About Rock Bands, Ranked by IMDb

Science fiction and fantasy seem to be the go-to genres in the anime world. But the anime industry is much more diverse than that as it incorporates other elements such as romance, drama, and even music. In fact, the fascination with rock in Japan is such that there’s no shortage …

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Jaye Foo launches S’pore’s first NFT bar and lounge, The Parlor

“I first heard about NFTs on the news when Beeple sold his digital art for $69 million,” says local musician and entrepreneur Jaye Foo. Although they’ve been around since 2012, NFTs only came to mainstream attention early last year. Following the sale of Beeple’s Daily: first 5,000 days in March …

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Simon Hale Now 2022: Age, background, net worth and more from the multi-award-winning composer!

Happy Birthday Simon Hale! Simon Hale Age, Background Simon Hale is now 58 and doesn’t look his age at all. Something powerful must be in his music career because he looks as lively and fresh as ever. Born in the United Kingdom on April 23, 1964, Simon Hale is a …

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Fullmetal Alchemist Trailer Shows Explosive Alchemy Battles Live

The latest trailer for the two upcoming Fullmetal Alchemist live-action movies shows off more of their special effects-laden action scenes. Fullmetal Alchemist released a new trailer for upcoming live-action movies, Scar’s Revenge and The last transmutation. The trailer focuses on the action from the two sequel films and shows several …

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US Blu-ray and DVD releases: The King’s Daughter, Night Creatures: Collector’s Edition, A Life Among Whales and more

Posted by Mike Spring on Apr 19, 2022 in All, DVD/Blu-ray, Movie, Reviews | Comments off on US Blu-ray and DVD releases: The King’s Daughter, Night Creatures: Collector’s Edition, A Life Among Whales and more creatures of the night It’s another short week this week, with few releases and honestly …

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Meet the members of the HYBE Girl group, LE SSERAFIM

After much anticipation, HYBE Corporation – the company behind BTS – announced their first-ever girl group THE SSERAFIM at the end of March. Comprised of six members, the up-and-coming K-pop actor is set to debut under Source Music, the HYBE artist label that handles names like GFriend. Ahead of their …

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ACTO Announces April 2022 Concert Season

VerRona Grandil (Courtesy of ACTO) It’s not often that Cottonwood has the privilege of hosting internationally renowned artists and a world premiere concert, but April brings just that. Discover below the remarkable group of solo artists who, under the direction of world-renowned guitarist William Eaton, will collaborate on the Wisdom …

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World music in an intimate setting

Songs from past and present, near and far Singer Jessica Fichot evokes Paris and old Shanghai at the Collage by Bondo Wyszpolski For lovers of musicians with singular grace and style, it is impossible to miss Jessica Fichot, whose first two albums are in the tradition of French song and …

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Today in History: April 3, Unabomber Arrested

Today in History Today is Sunday, April 3, the 93rd day of 2022. There are 272 days left in the… Today in History Today is Sunday, April 3, the 93rd day of 2022. There are 272 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On April 3, 1973, …

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Your guide to the April Art Walk

It’s an eclectic lineup on the first Friday in April on Roosevelt Row, Grand Avenue and in downtown Phoenix. Those interested in live tarot can stop by Cha Cha’s Tea Lounge on Grand Avenue to listen to live music and live paint. Handcrafted mandalas will be on display at Trinity …

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How to pitch to NPR Music

NPR Music is an editorial team dedicated to connecting the dots between the people who make music, the people who listen to it, and the context around them. We prioritize posting from a wide range of perspectives, not just one definitive “take”, and are open to all genres, especially those …

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CODA’ triumphs at the Oscars, as Will Smith slaps Chris Rock on stage

American writer and filmmaker Sian Heder poses with the award for Best Adapted Screenplay for ‘CODA’ in the press room during the 94th Academy Awards at the Dolby Theater in Hollywood on Sunday. (AFP photo) Deaf family drama “CODA” won Best Picture honors at the Oscars on Sunday, the first-ever …

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Japanese-African collaboration redefines opera in Burkina Faso — Quartz Africa

These days, Burkina Faso is more likely to make headlines for terrorist attacks than for being a hotbed of culture and innovative collaborations. A renowned Japanese composer, a famous Burkinabè singer, a Congolese rapper and a group of traditional West African musicians known as griots have come together to create …

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Happy End: Kazemachi’s Roman Album Review

Like all legendary bands, Happy End emerged from a cosmic alignment of supernatural talents. There was Suzuki, an 18-year-old guitar prodigy. Vocalist and guitarist Eiichi Ohtaki didn’t have Suzuki’s chops, but he was a talented songwriter and musician himself. Drummer Takashi Matsumoto wrote the lion’s share of the band’s sly …

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3S Artspace hosts the traveling exhibition ‘Culture Keepers, Culture Makers’

HAMPTON — Lane Memorial Library has announced that it will host 3S Artspace Culture Keepers, Culture Makers Student Exhibit. The exhibit, which focuses on the influence of culture on race and equity, traveled from 3S Artspace to the University of New Hampshire’s Dimond Library for February, Black History Month. , …

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Pachinko Series – Release Date, Trailer, Cast, Plot and Latest News

Pachinko Series’ – Release Date, Trailer, Cast, Plot and Latest News » ‘Pachinko’ is a new global drama that is narrated in three different languages: Korean, Japanese and English. Pachinko is a new series that will be available exclusively on Apple TV and will be told in Korean, Japanese and …

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La Jolla Playhouse innovates theatrically with the musical “Bhangin’ It”

Most Americans may never have heard of bhangra, the energetic and expressive form of Indian folk dance and music. But the creators of a new bhangra-centric musical at La Jolla Playhouse hope that will change. Sam Willmott, the composer of “Bhangin’ It: A Bangin’ New Musical,” believes the show has …

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Seven works that explode the myth of a movement

From its earliest days, Surrealism’s goal was to subvert the things that most people believed to be the very foundations of modern civilization: logic, convention, and reasoning. Surrealism promised intellectual freedom to its adherents – first writers, and later visual artists. These artists wanted to open doors to worlds that …

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Is the official release date out or not?

Tanjirou, Nezuko and their friends return for a new season of the legendary anime. Demon Slayer, the hit shonen anime series, will return for a second season this year. Following the dazzling success of its first season in 2019 and the feature film Demon Slayer in 2020, Kimetsu no Yaiba …

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Ukrainian musician appeals for peace from Japan

For Kateryna Gudzii, the traditional Ukrainian instrument she plays has been her way of sharing her homeland’s culture and music with Japan – and this decade-plus personal mission takes on deeper meaning now than Ukraine is in the global spotlight after the Russian invasion. “When I perform, I do so …

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When Sabaton faced controversy, they stuck to their guns

Throughout Sabaton’s career, the band faced controversy, but despite being falsely labeled Nazi sympathizers and coming under pressure from an early record label to change their inspired lyrics through the war, Sabaton remained true to his positions. Late last year, we caught up with Joakim Brodén and Pär Sundström from …

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The Takács Quartet make their stage debut on March 19

The Broad Stage presents an evening with The Takács Quartet, winners of the Grammy Award, 2021 Gramophone Classical Music Awards, Chamber category and 2021 Presto Music Classical Recording Award, make their Broad Stage debut on Saturday, March 19 at 7:30 p.m. on the Stage main. Hailed as “arguably the greatest …

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Electro-Rock Musician Inis Finds Redemption Amid Chaos With ‘Rebel’ Mini-Album

Felix Martua (The Jakarta Post) Jakarta ● Fri, February 25, 2022 2022-02-25 15:00 0 6ecd2a3b02ae141944722af30e382616 1 Entertainment music,Indonesian-music,Indonesian-musicians,INIS,Inis-Sihab,X-Factor-Indonesia,electro-rock,EP Free The 27-year-old singer-songwriter forges his own brand of electro-rock to create his most observant and provocative EP to date. It feels like Inis is leading some sort of rebellion on his …

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Today in History | Story

Today is Wednesday, February 23, the 54th day of 2022. There are 311 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On February 23, 1954, the first mass inoculation of school children against poliomyelitis using the Salk vaccine began in Pittsburgh as some 5,000 students were vaccinated. To …

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Today in History (February 19)

February 19, 2022 3:46 p.m. Job : February 19, 2022 3:46 p.m. Picture KOAM Today is Saturday, February 19, the 50th day of 2022. Today is in history. Local News In 2014, a 19-year-old man was arrested after a four-month-old baby was taken to hospital in Joplin. In 2016, a …

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SBS language | Stress-free environment to connect in Japan, Melbourne mums create their own learning community for themselves and their children

A Sydney-based Japanese mother and director of a Japanese-learning community in Melbourne, Naoko Inuzuka, has published a book to expand the community’s activities. SBS Ms. Naoko Inuzuka is the manager of Aozora Shokudo (Blue-Sky Cafeteria), a Japanese learning community in Melbourne. Ms Inuzuka has taught Japanese in Australia and has …

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Sandbar Storytelling Festival to Launch in Winona | Culture & Leisure

The Sandbar Storytelling Festival, the first of its kind in Minnesota, will premiere in Winona from October 13-15, 2022. With a mission to promote the art of storytelling for all ages, this three-day event will include exciting performances and captivating chronicles. by renowned international storytellers. In addition to the two-day …

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Blomstedt explains Bruckner 4

Herbert Blomstedt (Hilary Scott 2019) With the lamentable departure of the beloved Bernard Haitink from this sphere, Herbert Blomstedt, whether he is interested in the fact or not (and he is no doubt tired of being interviewed on the subject) has assumed the role of former man of ‘State among …

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Berlin 2022: Dating Title Screen Guide | Characteristics

American review (Fri) Real Arnaud des PallieresFrench filmmaker des Pallieres continues his exploration of US culture and history, which began in earlier non-fiction works Disneyland, My Old Homeland; Diane Wellington; and Dusts of America, created from silent film archives. In this feature-length documentary, he explores the history of the United …

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Who is Shawn Mendes’ sexy SHAMAN? Singer gets witty after split from Camila Cabello

Shawn Mendes seems to be taking some time off from music as the singer-songwriter spends some quality time in Hawaii with his pals. The ‘Treat You Better’ hitmaker, who recently showed off his washboard abs on a shirtless walk, managed to raise his eyebrows again after rocking a brunette hairdo. …

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Great beginner! Mark Kondratyuk strengthened the position of the Russian team at the Olympics

Mark Kondratyuk The young Russian athlete, who quickly broke into the elite of figure skating, proved today that he is among the elite on ice for a reason. If six months ago everyone considered Mikhail Kolyada to be the leader of the Russian national men’s team, this title now rightfully …

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The Last Scoop of 2021 – Lomabeat.com

2021 has been another great year for new music and emerging artists, but before we look at the great music to come, here are some albums I should have spent more time with in 2021; and you should too! “Red (Taylor’s Version)” – Taylor Swift Of all Taylor Swift’s catalog, …

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Today in History | Health and fitness

Today is Tuesday, February 1, the 32nd day of 2022. There are 333 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On February 1, 1960, four black college students began a protest sit-in at a Woolworth’s lunch counter in Greensboro, North Carolina, where they had been denied service. …

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BLACKPINK’s Jennie Stuns Fans In Ultra-Modern Outfit In Grimes’ “Shinigami Eyes” Music Video

BLACKPINK’s Jennie is once again in the limelight. Although the K-pop group’s comeback has been repeatedly delayed, the members are doing their best to keep fans informed and entertained. Recently, band member Jennie made a guest appearance in Canadian musician Grimes’ latest music video, Shinigami eyes, which surprised BLACKPINK fans …

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Book + audio extract: “Crying in H Mart” by Michelle Zauner

In her New York Times bestselling memoir, ‘Crying in H Mart’ (Knopf), Michelle Zauner, lead singer of indie band Japanese Breakfast, recounts the loss of her mother to cancer – and the comfort she received. found in the aisles of a Korean-owned grocery chain. Listen to an audio clip of …

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Shinichi Atobe: Love of Plastic Album Review

Sustaining creativity over decades isn’t always about who you are. Sometimes the operative question is How? ‘Or’ What: How much of yourself should surround your work? How do you reconcile a unique point of view with the utilitarian demands of the dancefloor? How to change while remaining yourself? Over two …

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Bellingham musician Tracy Spring is a woman for all seasons

For many of her songs, Bellingham songwriter and guitarist Tracy Spring draws inspiration from her travels exploring the beauty of the Pacific Northwest with her outdoor photographers Dad and Uncle Bob and Ira Spring. She has fond memories of harmony with her mother and sister during long car journeys. “Particularly …

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TASOMACHI: Behind the Twilight gets dates for PS4 and Switch

A date has been revealed for developer Orbital Express’ adventure game TASOMACHI: Behind the Dusk, which is now ready to strike PlayStation 4 and nintendo switch to April 28. While an Xbox One release was originally planned, that release was cancelled. The PC version of TASOMACHI originally launched via To …

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Back to the beautiful fury of Sinéad O’Connor

Album covers were once legendary – they could etch the image of a musician forever in your mind. In “Nothing Compares”, Kathryn Ferguson’s incisive and poignant documentary on the life and career of Sinéad O’Connor, we see the image that was chosen in 1987 for the cover of O’Connor’s debut …

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The realistic triumph of Drive My Car

It sounds simple: two people sitting in a car, talking aimlessly, or maybe not saying anything at all. The red vintage Saab that Yūsuke Kafuku (Hidetoshi Nishijima) owns and worships in drive my car provides the main framework for an epic cinematic tale of life, loss, art, and the unexpected …

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MONDO GROSSO explores the journey of memory in his new single ‘IN THIS WORLD’

MONDO GROSSO is the solo project of the Japanese musician Shinichi Osawa – with another project accompanying the Australian pop artist RHYME — and he’s back with a heartfelt new offering of unexpected and feel-good collaborations that are sure to shake up the music scene. Ahead of the release of …

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Azealia Banks, Jeff Tweedy, Kamaal Williams and 40+ artists join Noise Pop ’22 festival lineup // The city’s multi-venue music festival returns to the SF Bay area February 21-27

Image Credit: Noise Pop The Noise Pop Festival is thrilled to announce an expanded music lineup as the San Francisco Bay Area’s premier independent music and arts festival returns for its 29th year February 21-27, 2022. Festival Badges are on sale now and individual concert tickets become available for purchase …

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Bonobo Encapsulates the Ebb and Flow of Collective Consciousness in ‘Fragments’ Album: Listen – EDM.com

Renowned electronic music producer Bonobo unveiled fragments, a new album and a magnum opus in what has been an illustrious career. The highly anticipated disc is his seventh studio album and follows Migration, released five years ago almost till date. One listen to the album is enough to know that …

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Things to do in Miami: “Renewal 2121” at Artechouse

Upon entering, you are suddenly awash in a sea of ​​vivid pinks, oranges and blues as ambient sounds fill your ears. There’s a sense of sophistication mixed with playfulness, but you can’t really tell the difference between the two. Then you move your body in twisting, jarring motions as you …

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Chuvash Stanzas & Songs, Debut of DIVA Ethno Future Sound

Russian group DIVA Ethno Future Sound released an independent debut album titled “Chuvash Stanzas & Songs”. The band’s music is rooted in the traditions of the Chuvash Republic (also known as Chuvashia) in western Russia. Chuvash stanzas are a type of ancient traditional poetry like Persian rubai, Japanese tanka, or …

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Are virtual influencers even better than real ones?

Somewhere in the world, a team of fictitious influencers are making real money. Born from the mind of a machine, they are reminiscent of the actual iterations they mimic, which often project the best version of themselves. These virtual avatars come in a myriad of options: flawless or with freckles; …

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Today in History – KTAR.com

Today in history Today is Sunday January 2, the second day of 2022. There are 363 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On January 2, 1960, Senator John F. Kennedy of Massachusetts successfully launched his candidacy for the presidency. To this date : In 1900, US Secretary …

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22 absolutely correct pop culture predictions for 2022

This story was originally published on December 30 by The Forward. Sign up here to receive the latest stories from The Forward every morning. 2021 has been a year of fresh beginnings – not only for our newly reopened society, but also for the coronavirus pandemic, which continues to mutate …

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The fashion figures we lost in 2021

Philippe Venet, fashion designer, 91 years oldFrom Lyon, Venet apprenticed with a local seamstress before moving to Paris, where he found work at Schiaparelli and met his partner, Hubert de Givenchy. Venet worked at Givenchy until 1962, when he launched his own line. The purity of his designs identifies him …

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The best albums of 2021

Tyler the Creator performs at the 2021 Outside Lands Music and Arts Festival at Golden Gate Park in San Francisco, California. (Photo by FilmMagic / FilmMagic for Outside Lands) To subscribe to The nation Subscribe now for as low as $ 2 per month! Thank you for signing up The …

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‘Insecure’ Music Supervisor Opens Up About Issa Rae’s Tale Soundtrack For Five Seasons

RSNEWS09_insecure_musicsupervisor_STILL Like Issa Rae’s comedy series Unsafe approaching its series grand finale, airing on December 26 Rolling Stone News looks back on the series’ five sound seasons with music supervisor Kier Lehman. “That’s one of the interesting things about the combination of music and storytelling, imagery and image – that …

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Mustafa Kemal and his delegation displaced from Sivas to Ankara

Representation of Mustafa Kemal and his delegation December 19 is the 353rd day of the year (354th in leap years) according to the Gregorian calendar. The number of days remaining until the end of the year is 12. Railways December 19, 1868 Navigator Davut Pasha is sent to Europe to …

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On this day in history – December 17 – Almanac

1/3 The North Korean flag flies over its embassy in Beijing on December 19, 2011, two days after the death of leader Kim Jong Il. Stephen Shaver / UPI File | License photo Today is Friday, December 17, the 351st day of 2021 with 14 to follow. The moon is …

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Pharrell Williams shares her beauty secrets to stay young

All Pharrell williams the keys seem to turn to gold. Maybe it’s because of his total dedication to work and collaborations of all kinds? He wears many hats, including that of successful producer, singer, actor and designer (his creative collaborations with Chanel, Louis Vuitton, Kaws, and the Japanese designer Nigo …

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On this History Day – December 12 – Almanac

1/4 Supporters of George W. Bush and Al Gore express their views on the Florida recount at the United States Supreme Court in Washington, DC on December 11, 2000. On December 12, 2000, the Supreme Court ruled against a a manual recount in Florida, in effect, ensuring that Republican Gov. …

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On view after Miami Art Week 2021: Maryan, Bob Dylan, Yayoi Kusama

Earlier this month, Art Basel and Miami Art Week returned to near pre-pandemic pandemonium levels. Perhaps the winner of the week was the hype around non-fungible tokens. Seriously, the number of NFT-based activations that took place in Miami was absurdly comical. Only time will tell if these were wise investments …

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FirstFT: Western leaders unite ahead of Biden-Putin call

Hello. This article is an on-site version of our FirstFT newsletter. Subscribe to our Asia, Europe / Africa or Americas edition to receive it directly to your inbox every morning of the week Click on here to hear the latest news in less than three minutes. Top Stories Today is …

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“Annie Live! “, Alec Baldwin Speaks, Drag Queens Sing and Steal Christmas, a” Ghosts “superfan

Live-action TV musical returns with new NBC star Annie adaptation. ABC’s George Stephanopoulos lands front page interview with Alec Baldwin about accidental fatal shooting on set Rust. Drag queens are all the rage in a new song contest and campy Christmas movie. CBS ‘ Ghosts welcomes a superfan of the …

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Jared Leto snorted Arrabbiata sauce for “House of Gucci” role

Jared Leto always goes to extremes to get into character. And to play Paolo Gucci for the Gucci House film, Leto snorted lines of arrabbiata sauce, which is a spicy marinara sauce. The Thirty Seconds to Mars frontman and actor often goes above and beyond to get into character. To …

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Michelle Zauner names 1 way she can distinguish “real” Japanese breakfast fans from casual listeners

Michelle Zauner is a New York Times bestselling author, Grammy nominated musician and proud Korean-American. Here is what this artist said about the meaning of the band name “Japanese Breakfast” and how she can quickly identify her “real” fans. Michelle Zauner from Japanese Breakfast reads from her book on The …

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10 things you didn’t know about the Animal Crossing anime

Many fans are aware of the Animal crossing video game franchise, especially thanks to its soaring popularity when New Horizons was released in 2020. However, very few know that an anime adaptation of Animal crossing Already exists. RELATED: 5 Video Game Cities That Would Be Nice To Live In (& …

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Grammys 2022: reactions from Lil Nas X, Lady Gaga, Batiste

Lil Nas X is “grateful”, Saweetie is “speechless,” Jon Batiste is “grateful” and Lady Gaga is “stunned” after receiving several Grammy nominations on Tuesday morning. A number of recently nominated Grammy nominees have taken to social media to celebrate their accomplishments and congratulate their competitors. Jazz musician Batiste leads the …

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Death of Punjabi folk singer Gurmeet Bawa – lambi hek di mallika –

Famous Punjabi folk singer Gurmeet Bawa, known as “lambi hek di Mallika”, died in a hospital in Amritsar on Sunday. She was 77 years old. She was rushed to hospital on Saturday after complaining of weakness, her husband Kirpal Bawa, also a folk singer, said. “She felt weak and tired. …

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“They changed my life forever”

The talented musician and author Nikki sixx said in an interview with Aquarius that his group Motley Crue and members, Tommy lee, Vince Neil, and Mick mars, changed his life forever. Nikki sixx has appeared in the rock and roll community for over four decades. Over the years, he has …

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Regional designers take the opportunity to shine at Arab Fashion Week

DUBAI: There has long been a strong cultural link between Latin America and the Arab world. Hundreds of thousands of people from the Levant have emigrated to Latin America over the past 150 years. It’s no wonder then that when Lebanese host Louaye Moulayess started working on “Encanto”, Disney’s latest …

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J-Pop superstar reveals vintage collection of jeans, suits and boots

There are, it seems, some perks to being a successful J-Pop performer and actor. Shocking, law? Well, while the fact that the pole Akira inhabits comes with a few comforts doesn’t leave you confused, her vintage collection will. The Japanese musician and actor – née Ryōhei Kurosawa – has some …

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Paul McCartney says Beatles’ new doctor changed the way he thinks about Split

In recent times, Paul McCartney has been making the press left and right not only to promote his new book, The lyrics: from 1956 to the present day, but also promote the new Beatles documentary The Beatles: Come back. The documentary, directed by Oscar winner Peter Jackson, will premiere on …

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Today in history – Le Journal

Today in history Today is Friday, November 12, the 316th day of 2021. There are 49 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in history: On November 12, 1942, the naval battle of Guadalcanal began during World War II. (The Allies ended up winning a major victory over the Japanese …

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Today in history | Comment

Today is Wednesday, October 27, the 300th day of 2021. There are 65 days left in the year. The highlight of today’s history: On October 27, 1978, Egyptian President Anwar Sadat and Israeli Prime Minister Menachem Begin (men-AH’-kem BAY’-gihn) were named Nobel Peace Prize laureates for their progress towards reaching …

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Dream Theater’s James Labrie to release new solo album, ‘Beautiful Shade Of Gray’, in May

DREAM THEATER singer James labrie friends “Beautiful Shade Of Gray” as the title of his new solo album, due May 20, 2022 via InsideOut Music. Unlike previous LPs “Elements of persuasion” (2005), “Static impulse” (2010) and “Impermanent resonance” (2013), which were written and recorded in collaboration with LaBriesongwriting partner for …

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Joey Jordison’s band member Sinsaenum says this is not his “place” to reveal drummer’s cause of death: “It’s just very sad”

Two months ago, Joey jordison‘s SINSAENUM group mate Frédéric Leclercq spoke to the Metal Chain Impact about the death of the foundation NOOSE drummer. In the chat, which has just been uploaded to Youtube, he was asked if he knew what caused Joeythe death, Leclercq said (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): …

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On this History Day – October 22 – Almanac

President Barack Obama signs the National Defense Authorization Act for 2010 in the East Room of the White House in Washington on October 28, 2009. The bill included the Matthew Shepard Hate Crimes Prevention Act which expands the United States federal law of 1969 on hate crimes by expanding its …

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Community calendar: October 2021 | View of Potrero

Lion, Dragon, Domo and Serpent. Oil on canvas. Check out Carolyn Crampton at Shipyard Open Studios this month. Photo: Courtesy of Carolyn Crampton 10/2 SaturdayArt: Don Soker’s 50th Anniversary Contemporary Art ReceptionDon Soker Contemporary Art was founded in 1971 by Don and Carol Kaseman Soker as an upstairs gallery in …

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Nick Rhodes reflects on changing band’s fan base, ‘Under the Volcano’ document and new album ‘Future Past’

This year marks the 40th anniversary of Duran Duran’s eponymous debut release, with the iconic band also releasing their 15th studio album, “Future Past,” on October 22. The aptly titled collection refers to the signature sounds of Duran Duran, unveiled by current producer Erol Alkan. Italian disco and EDM composer …

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a distorted residence of airs that travel in time

It’s not everyday that you see a band performing in the middle of a mysterious Victorian house filled with tears in time. In the Meow Wolf art installation in Santa Fe, New Mexico, chimneys lead to hidden aquariums and fridges act as interdimensional time travel portals – with the fictional …

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today in history | national news

Today in history Today is Monday, October 11, the 284th day of 2021. There are 81 days left in the year. The highlight of today’s history: On October 11, 1968, Apollo 7, the first manned Apollo mission, was launched with astronauts Wally Schirra (shih-RAH ‘), Donn Fulton Eisele and R. …

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A stalker broke into Willow Smith’s house

Willow Smith recently opened up about her stalker and the incident that first made her fear for her safety. Through PAPER magazine, in the Wednesday October 6 episode of Red table talk, Willow spoke about the terrifying crime to her mother, Jada Pinkett-Smith, and her grandmother, Adrienne Banfield-Norris. “In December, …

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From the community: Japan Life Hacks & Tips

Life in Japan and all of its practicalities can be overwhelming, even for the most experienced. From discounted late-night bento boxes to the life-saving power of Google Translate’s camera feature, there are many facets of life in Japan that we’d like to know earlier. It can range from the basics …

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Japanese Breakfast Sable (Video Game Soundtrack): Ethereal and Else

Artist: Japanese breakfast Genre: Pop, Instrumental, Soundtrack Best tracks: “Glider”, “Eccria (Night)”, “Sansee (Day)”, “Beetle Detour”, “Burnt Oak Station (Day)” ADVERTISING KEEP READING BELOW Weakest slopes: “Sansee (night)” Release Date: September 24, 2021 Duration: 1 h 36 min Michelle Zauner has been a busy artist. The Korean-American musician released her …

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Kyoto experiment calls for “unheard voices”

In these times of pandemic, the digital tools that connect people without travel have, by necessity, led our voices to take precedence over our bodies. Fewer fields have felt the effects of this disembodiment more acutely than the performing arts. In Japan, as in many parts of the world, theaters …

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An air show for fun in Ellington

One of the Bay Area’s most popular events, the Wings Over Houston Airshow, returns to Ellington Airport from October 9-10. The combination of having the Thunderbirds and the Snowbirds at the same air show should prove to be crowd pleaser. “We are delighted to be back this year, not only …

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Istanbul Naval Museum reopened to visitors

Istanbul Sea Museum September 27 is the 270th (271st in leap years) day of the year according to the Gregorian calendar. The number of days remaining until the end of the year is 95. Railways September 27, 1825 The first passenger train enters service. British engineer George Stephenson produced a …

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All the things you need to know!

Archie Heaton is Charlie Heaton’s son. His father rose to fame after taking over as Jonathan on Netflix’s one-off show, Stranger Things. Before Charlie made his identity as an artist, he received a reputation as a musician. The English artist and performer has hundreds of thousands of followers across the …

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