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Profits up as internet specialist ‘weathers the storm’

The St James Quarter in Edinburgh. Photo: Gordon Terris Commsworld saw a 20% increase in revenue last year as the connectivity provider continued to secure new top contracts across Scotland. Led by Managing Director Steve Langmead, Edinburgh-based Commsworld has long-term contracts with various local authorities such as Glasgow City Council, …

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5 Best Collaborations Between The Rapper And Nike Sneakers

The rappers and Nike share a long history of collaborations, with hip-hop and sneakers considered dominant elements of pop culture. Thus, many enthusiasts have often blended their affection for the two through collaborations that often take place between the two. Fans imitate their stars’ fashion choices by buying these sneakers. …

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10th Annual 21C Festival Celebrates Newly Created Music With Two Months Of Performances

From left to right (clockwise): cellist Alisa Weilerstein (photo courtesy of the RCN); Métis/French Canadian composer Ian Cusson (Photo: John Arano); the Kronos Quartet with Tanya Tagaq (Photo courtesy of the MRC) The 10th edition of 21C Music Festival is set to kick off on December 6, featuring 10 concerts, …

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Pierre Kartner, the musician of the Smurfs Father Abraham, died at the age of 87

Pierre Kartner, aka Father Abraham, has passed away (Photo: Peter Bischoff/Getty Images) Pierre Kartner, a Dutch musician better known as Father Abraham, has died aged 87. The musician, singer-songwriter and record producer had sold around 17 million copies of his songs for The Smurfs. Kartner had worked on the beloved …

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Flawless Drama Filmography of Lee Jong Suk

One of the most popular and best dramatic actors of his generation, Lee Jong Suk, is once again making waves with his recent return to the small screen. There’s no denying that Jong Suk’s acting return is definitely awaited by fans and viewers alike, expecting another stunning portrayal of varied …

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The artist Frost Carlo Redl will open the Homecoming concert

Redl poses for the cover of his EP “Empty”, released this year on October 14. Photo credit: Carlo Redl After applying on a whim to open for Flo Rida at this year’s Homecoming concert, junior Carlo Redl almost forgot he had applied. That is, until he receives an e-mail informing …

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AKKOGORILLA Interview for Billboard Japan Women in Music – Billboard

Billboard Japan launched its Women in Music initiative this year, following the established example of BillboardThe annual issue of Women in Music which has continued since 2007. A series of interviews focusing on women in the Japanese music industry is published as one of the first projects under the Japanese …

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Celebrities gather in London for the European premiere of ‘Seeing Sound, Hearing Krug’

On Wednesday evening this week, celebrities such as Janet Jackson, as well as the trade and lifestyle press gathered at London’s Alexandra Palace for the European premiere of ‘Seeing Sound, Hearing Krug’. Janet Jackson attends an orchestral performance of Ryuichi Sakamoto’s “Suite for Krug in 2008” at Alexandra Palace on …

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Singer Natsukawa Rimi performs at Southern Taiwan Hear Here Music Festival | Taiwan News

TAIPEI (Taiwan News) – The five-day Hear Here (半島歌謠祭) music festival, featuring Japanese musician Natsukawa Rimi and a fashion show by Daniel Wong, kicked off in Pingtung County on Oct. 12. Artistic collective Launcher Lab organized Hear Here, which puts a modern spin on traditional folk songs and …

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US Supreme Court takes on Andy Warhol copyright dispute, World News

WASHINGTON — In heated arguments that touched on the meaning of art and referenced famous movies, TV shows and paintings, U.S. Supreme Court justices faced a dispute Wednesday, Oct. 12 over copyright between a photographer and the estate of Andy Warhol over paintings by the acclaimed artist of rock star …

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Austin City Limits Festival 2022 Hulu Livestream Schedule Announced

Kacey Musgraves – Photo: Ethan Miller/Getty Images The Austin City Limits Music Festival begins today, and anyone not lucky enough to attend in person will be able to stream the performances via Hulu. You can see the broadcast schedule on the ACL Fest page at Hulu’s website. Of course, long …

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Japanese Breakfast covers Brandi Carlile’s hit song “The Story”

Japanese breakfast has reached a rare air lately. Not only is she one of music lovers’ favorite indie rock bands, she’s also a successful memoirist. With the release of his 2021 LP, Jubileeand memories 2021, Crying in H Martthe artist (née Michelle Zauner) is seemingly on edge from near and …

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How SAMMY HAGAR avoids aging

In a new interview with the Japanese music critic and radio personality Masa Ito of TVKit is “Rock City”legendary rocker Samy Hagar spoke about his undying passion for making music and performing live. The 74-year-old musician said (as transcribed by BLABBERMOUTH.NET): “The reason I can still sing and the reason …

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Ginger Root’s Cameron Lew Wants His New EP To Feature Urban Pop As Familiar As It Is Fresh: NPR

JUANA SUMMERS, HOST: Japanese music from the 1970s and 1980s seems to be having a moment in the West right now. Take The Weeknd’s latest album, which samples Tomoko Aran’s 1983 track, “Midnight Pretenders.” (SOUNDTRACK FROM THE SONG, “MIDNIGHT PRETENDERS”) TOMOKO ARAN: (Singing) Midnight Suitors. SUMMERS: Then there’s Harry Styles’ …

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What’s Happening in Tokyo in October? | Living

Fall is almost here and we’re pumped up, we can get outside without blending into the sidewalks of Tokyo. As the cicadas finish their song, the city’s calendar prepares for an eventful October. Oktoberfest and Halloween celebrations are just a few of the things our editors are most looking forward …

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10 Ways Being an Anime Fan is Better When You’re an Adult

One of the main reasons anime has become such a universal entertainment medium is that it indulges in a number of unique genres that cater to niche crowds. It often feels like there’s an anime for everyone, and it’s a medium that tells stories that you can’t find anywhere else. …

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Abacus sells “Les Bouchers du Bayou”; IDTV and OMG bring ‘The Unknown’ to UK and US

 Abacus Media Rights Sells True Crime Documentary to Prime Video and A&E Abacus Media Rights (AMR) sold the true crime docuseries Bayou Butchers to Prime Video for the UK and Ireland, with A&E picking up the license for the rest of the world. Produced by Peninsula Television, the 4 …

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What We Know About Kanye West’s Donda Doves School Basketball Team

Kanye West’s private school, which opened in 2021, is home to Adidas-backed Donda Doves basketball team, according to an article published by rolling stone. Based in Simi Valley, Calif., Christian preparatory school Donda Academy — named after West’s late mother, Professor Donda West — says on its website that its …

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Don’t Put Her Down – Hazel Dickens movie by Julia Golonka

A new film by Julia Golonka about IBMA Hall of Famer Hazel Dickens takes its title from Dickens’ powerful anthem Don’t put her down, you helped put her thereand explores how she, along with her musical partner Alice Gerrard, became the first woman to lead a bluegrass band, and reflects …

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Carnatic music: the unaltered cultural heritage

We grew up learning that it was revolts, marches and protests that were an integral part of India’s freedom struggle. However, much of the resistance and revolution began with the creative productions of music, dance and painting. Art has been a powerful tool of dissent and revolution. Many musicians, painters …

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Red Celebrates Box Office Success With New Trailer

Entertainment One Piece Film: Red is riding a wave of box office success, and the film has received a new trailer to commemorate the occasion. Published on September 5, 2022 Keenan McCall House ” New ” One Piece Film: Red Celebrates Box Office Success With New Trailer One Piece Film: …

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Sunday, September 4, 2022 – La Minute Monocle

The fastest way / Tyler Brule Join the club We start this Sunday with a bit of context and a sweet request. As Monocle approaches its 16th anniversary since operations began, we now employ over 70 full-time editors and nearly as many in our publishing, retail, coffee and distribution departments. …

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The best atmosphere on Bandcamp: August 2022

BEST ATMOSPHERE The best atmosphere on Bandcamp: August 2022 By Ted Davis August 29, 2022 You’d be hard-pressed to find a smaller ambient artist than Brian Eno who’s a household name – the genre is inherently quite niche, saturated with low-key releases from underground communities around the world. But it’s …

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Technology in Translation | MIT News

The Sony Walkman and virtual reality headsets aren’t just great examples of personal technology. In the hands of Paul Roquet, they are also vehicles for learning more about Japan, the United States, global technological trends – and ourselves. Roquet is an associate professor in MIT’s program in Comparative Media/Writing Studies, …

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Bravo: Meet Joe Gilman – Sacramento Magazine

Gorgeous singer Tracy Walton smiles knowingly as Joe Gilman warms up on his piano keyboard. This will be the first of many looks as Walton and Gilman make their way through vintage classics and select pop gems from The Great American Songbook. The couple are huddled against the back wall …

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Tsurune Anime is getting a 2nd season in January 2023

Source: animenewnetwork.com Recently, Kyoto Animation had announced that the Tsurune TV anime will be getting a 2nd season titled Tsurune: Tsunagari no Issha (Tsurune: The Connecting Arrow) which will air in January. The anime’s promotional video will debut on August 26 at a stage greeting event for the anime movie …

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10 Most Popular K-Pop Groups Of 2022

If you are a die-hard fan of K-pop music, you must be keen to know which bands are on this list and which ranks number one. The word K-Pop means Korean pop music and this newly introduced genre is a mix of various genres from all over the world. Of …

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News and notes: Connie Carley and Stan Foote memorials; ISM youth stories; TBA celebrates its 20th anniversary; libraries turn the page; The profile bounces; concert in the park

Memorial rallies were held for Connie Carley of PassinArt: A Theater Company and Stan Foote of Oregon Children’s Theater. Memorial gatherings are coming for two important and much-loved figures in Portland theater who passed away this year: Connie Carley, Founder and CEO of PassinArt: A Theater Company; and Stan Foote, …

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Norm Stockton: “I’ve always tried to make my music something that speaks to the heart”

Versatile bass guitar maestro Norm Stockton has worked with a wide range of artists over his decades-long career. He is equally adept at working with american idol star Clark Beckham as he is in smooth jazz-funk with Steve Laury of Fattburger. His rock talents are immense and his thirst to …

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Courtney Barnett to Release Here and There Festival Compilations for Reproductive Rights

Courtney Barnett to Release Here and There Festival Compilations for Reproductive Rights Photo credit: Mia Mala McDonald On August 9, Australian sensation Courtney Barnett kicked off her Here and There Festival tour at the Midland Theater in Kansas City, Mo., accompanied by Lucy Dacus and Quinn Christopherson. To complement the …

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Why does post-colonial guilt only apply to Western classical traditions? Radio 3’s World of Classical reviewed

classic world Radio BBC 3 The presentation text accompanying the Radio 3 series classic world, inviting us to “join the dots between the classical musical traditions of the world”, offers an introduction to the field of comparative musicology. Such a noble undertaking – the search for commonalities in melodies, ornamentation, …

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The rise and fall (and rise again) of Cameo

Coming out of the pandemic has been a challenge for Cameo, as it is for many tech companies, it’s worth noting. In May 2022, the company laid off 87 people, or about 25% of its staff. Galanis told Variety it was “painful” but necessary to “right-size” the business. In 2020, …

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‘Bullet Train’ review: Brad Pitt’s action flick is off the rails in the best way

With Bullet Train, it’s all in the title. A train, plus bullets. Woo woo, all aboard! And yes. If you call your movie Bullet Train, you’re setting critics on a one-way street to use every train-related pun in the book. So the headlines on this John Wick-esque Brad Pitt flick …

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Today in History (July 30)

July 30, 2022 12:07 Job : July 30, 2022 12:07 Picture KOAM Today is Saturday, July 30, the 211th day of 2022. Today is in history. world news In 1619, America’s first representative assembly met at Jamestown in the colony of Virginia. In 1945, the Portland-class heavy cruiser USS Indianapolis, …

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Get started on the weekends when Thundering Drums is played at Dixon – Shaw Local

Here is a list of current events and upcoming activities in the Sauk Valley. Don’t forget to check out 5 things to do for other opportunities. Do you have information about an upcoming event or attraction? Be sure to let us know. Submit information for Sauk Valley Media’s weekly schedule …

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The Soft Pink Truth announce new disco-inspired album, shares “Wanna Know” ft Jenn Wasner

The soft pink trutha.k.a Matmos‘ Drew Danielannounced a new album, Will it go further than that?, which will be released on October 21 via Thrill Jockey. “Years ago a friend was DJing at a club and a woman walked into the DJ booth and asked ‘is it going to go …

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10 underrated films recommended by Christopher Nolan

Christopher Nolan earned his place in the pantheon of great directors. It combines arthouse creativity with mainstream entertainment in a way few filmmakers can. His noir-inspired films are known for their unconventional narrative structures, mind-bending plots, and large-scale special effects. Nolan’s best work is also intellectually ambitious, often grappling with …

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Morrison Hotel Gallery presents, BE MUSED, a retrospective spanning the entire career of photographer Henry Diltz

The Morrison Hotel Gallery will host the month-long exhibition Be Mused, a retrospective spanning the entire career of photographer, musician and MHG partner Henry Diltz. Diltz’s seminal photographs have captured the candid heart and soul of music history for over half a century. The ambitious exhibition will kick off with …

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The Japanese employee who left his job with nothing but a handpan

As the lights dim in the sleek common area of ​​Taipei’s Star Hostel, guests crowd around Hang Kashiwamesmerized by the soothing, resonant tone of his hand pan — an instrument that has only existed since the end of the 2000s. The 40-year-old Chiba-based musician is in Taiwan for six months, …

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Laura Jane Grace goes bald for an impressive new head tattoo

Against me! Singer Laura Jane Grace is currently sporting a bald head, but for very good reason. The singer has just had his head tattooed. As seen in images recently posted to her Instagram, Grace’s bald head now features a new look that includes vegetable, feather and heel ink. “Endless …

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Kazakhstan’s largest city reinstates mandatory mask-wearing as coronavirus cases rise

Ukraine’s military says it has launched a major counter-offensive in the south of the country as it seeks to retake territory taken earlier by Russian troops, even as Kremlin forces continue to blast eastern Ukraine. Ukraine in their drive to take the crucial Donbass region. On July 12, Ukraine’s Southern …

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Pay homage to Abe at Yasukuni Shrine

TOKYO – Former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe was assassinated on Friday July 8. Sunday I went to Yasukuni Jinja to pay my respects and see who else might be there. Yasukuni is the shrine founded by Emperor Meiji in 1869 to commemorate Japan’s war dead. Among those dedicated to …

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On July 9, Trump chooses Kavanaugh

Today is Saturday, July 9, the 190th day of 2022. There are 175 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On July 9, 1776, the Declaration of Independence was read aloud to General George Washington’s troops in New York. To this date : In 1918, 101 people …

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Pick of the Weekend: BIPOC Artists Talk Ancestry and Time to Form + Content, While Rare Book Enthusiasts Gather in St. Paul

The arts in the Twin Cities are exploding this week with gallery exhibitions, book fairs, art events and more. You won’t want to miss the up-and-coming BIPOC artists from PF Studios who talk about their artistic explorations through time in an artist talk led by Form + Content member Chris …

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Is BTS’ Left and Right music video with Jungkook about a gay relationship? Charlie Puth Responds, Entertainment News

Fans have been eyeing a relationship between their favorite stars since time immemorial, and here’s a completely unexpected OTP (real couple) to add to that list: BTS’ Charlie Puth and Jungkook. Or, more specifically, their personalities from the new single Left and Right. The single marks their second collaboration – …

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Guess who got his guitar back after 45 years? Randy Bachman can’t believe his luck

Randy Bachman has performed many times on Canada Day, but the event he attended this year was unlike any other. The former Guess Who and Bachman-Turner Overdrive member flew to Japan to retrieve a guitar he’s been hunting for decades. “I’m really happy. I’m getting my lost Gretsch guitar back,” …

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The Painted Avenue of the Montreal Museum of Fine Arts is hosting a free dragster performance

Courtesy of the MMFA. The Montreal Museum of Fine Arts brings the art of drag to its downtown painted avenue. On July 30, renowned local artist Barbada and his guests will present Drag Brunch MTL outdoors on the freshly decorated Museum Avenue. The Saturday morning show will be bilingual and …

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Paul McCartney impresses Glastonbury with Dave Grohl and The Boss | app

LONDON (AP) — Paul McCartney’s Glastonbury Festival show was two years late. Fans thought it was worth the wait. The former Beatle pulled out all the stops – and invited major rock ‘n’ roll stars – for a two-and-a-half-hour gig at the South West England festival on Saturday night. × …

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On 5 Years Anniversary and Future Plans – Billboard

AmPm, which celebrated its fifth anniversary on March 16, recently announced its plans for 2022, including the release of its debut album, the launch of a new project, and more. On June 24, they released “Tokyo On My Mind feat. Nathan Hartono”, which you can listen to here. The concept …

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Seattle Mandolin Orchestra Comes to Everett Public Library – Everett Post

You would be hard pressed to find an instrument as versatile as the mandolin. A classic Italian instrument, the mandolin has been used and adopted by many different styles and the opportunity to hear this amazing instrument has arrived in Everett! The Seattle Mandolin Orchestra will perform under Joseph Pollard …

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Yukika announces new single ‘향기’

K-pop singer Yukika will soon be releasing a brand new single titled “향기” (translates to “fragrance”). Yesterday (June 20), the Japanese-born singer shared on Twitter that she will be releasing a digital single titled “향기” on June 23 at 6 p.m. KST. The ad was accompanied by a graphic poster …

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Former member of J-pop group KAT-TUN tells court he used illegal stimulants

This file photo shows the building that houses the Nagoya District Court. (Mainichi/Shinichiro Kawase) NAGOYA — A former member of Japanese pop group “KAT-TUN” admitted being charged with using illegal stimulants at a local hotel, among other allegations, during a June 10 court …

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On This Day in History – June 9 – Almanac

1/2 Fans gather around a poster of 1973 Triple Crown winner Secretariat June 7, 2014. On June 9, 1973 Secretariat, after winning the Kentucky Derby and Preakness, won the race’s Triple Crown with a spectacular victory in the Belmont Stakes. File photo by John Angelillo/UPI | License picture Today is …

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80th Anniversary of the Battle of Midway

JUNE 7, 2022 – The Naval District of Washington (NDW) hosted the Chief of Naval Operations Wreath Laying Ceremony commemorating the Battle of Midway at the United States Navy Memorial in Washington, DC on June 6. June 2022 marks the 80th anniversary of the decisive multi-day battle between US and …

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Royal Opera stages Madama Butterfly with changes to respect Japanese culture | royal opera

It’s a dramatic masterpiece and a key part of any opera’s core repertoire – but Madama Butterfly was also a product of its time, riddled with stereotypes and racist portrayals of Asian people. So what does it mean to stage Giacomo Puccini’s 1904 classic in 2022? That’s the question the …

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Watch Jaguar Jonze’s Weird New Music Video For ‘Swallow’

Jaguar Jonze has shared a music video for ‘Swallow’ from his new album ‘Bunny Mode’, to mark the release of the record. Arriving yesterday (June 3), the “Swallow” music video is another eye-catching visual from Jonze, who directs most of her video content herself. The strange affair involves large, shibari …

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The best concerts to see in Manchester in June

As June rolls around and we reach the middle of the year, it’s a good time to reflect on the fun we’ve had so far. Post-COVID, we’ve been hit with a plethora of gigs from our favorite bands, induced by the inevitable radio listening during back-to-back shutdowns (cheers, 6Music!), and …

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Tiny Office Concert: NPR

It was surely a day of tears of joy. And those tears of joy for Alisa Amador, the winner of the 2022 Tiny Desk contest, came at a time when she was considering putting her music career on hold. For the staff at NPR and the Tiny Desk crew, this …

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Weddings | Mount Airy News

May 29, 2022 In remembrance of members of the armed forces who have fallen in service to the country, a grateful nation observes Memorial Day on the last Monday in May. An Elkin resident and Army veteran has taken extra steps to honor the dead, after completing two honor flights …

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Taiwanese mangaka gets noticed in Japan

By Jonathan Chin / Editor, with CNA Taiwanese manga artist Gao Yan (高妍) launched a standalone edition of the manga series Lu Zhih Ge (綠之歌) in Taiwan and Japan on Wednesday. Gao has been working in manga art since childhood and was working as an illustrator in 2018 when she …

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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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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

[ad_1] 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, …

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Scott Pilgrim animated series already in development for Netflix – cvbj

[ad_1] The beloved Scott Pilgrim comic book series will soon have another adaptation besides the 2010 classic Scott Pilgrim vs. The Ex Of The Girl Of Your Dreams – 82%, with Michael Cera and Mary Elizabeth Winstead. This time it will be an animated series developed by Netflix and UCP, …

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