Monthly Archives: October 2021

Reviews | Attacks on tenure, in Georgia and beyond

For the publisher: Re “Board’s Move Allows Firing of Professors With Tenure” (press article, October 14): Tenure protects the academic freedom of tenured professors, providing a structure in which faculty members can research and teach new ideas without fear of political or social reprisal. The new Georgian policy of effective …

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First the goats, then the marriage

Without two goats named Thelma and Louise, Lauren Trout and Chris Angeloro might not have had a love affair. It started in June 2016, when the women were living in Austin. Both moved to Texas as children; Mrs. Angeloro from Massachusetts, Mrs. Trout from Louisiana. While they had mutual friends …

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North West Square | THING OF THE WEEK

Bruntwood signed with UK Locations to have their sites used in film and television. Credit: via Citypress Oct 29, 2021, 12:01 PM Hollywood call … You may soon see the Bruntwood Work Block and Kinrise Martins Bank Building on the big screen. The two developers have signed deals with UK …

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A dad, a son and Tatum’s sneakers

October 28 — The story, at first glance, was sweet. There’s the dad, formerly of Andover, Bob Jacobs. There’s 12-year-old son Max Jacobs, born and raised in Houston. and both were at a Houston Rockets game recently hosting the Boston Celtics. Max, wearing a Celtics jersey, yells for Jayson Tatum …

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Details of Baldwin’s filming revealed in affidavit

ALBUQUERQUE – Alec Baldwin was rehearsing a scene that involved pointing a revolver “at the camera lens” when the pistol – which the team had learned did not contain live ammunition – suddenly went off and killed the director of photography, according to the film’s director, who was quoted in …

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Bill Murray teases Marvel role

Bill Murray is an unpredictable man. It is presented in strange places hanging out with random people, like this time in 2009 when he read poetry to construction workers. He’s definitely not above a bit of trolling, so take a grain of salt – or should I say salt-at Murray’s …

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The best demonic possession movies

Hollywood loves nothing more than reviving existing intellectual property to which it already owns the rights. This is the entertainment industry’s version of resurrecting a dead horse so that it can be brutally whipped again. Please accept YouTube cookies to play this video. By agreeing, you will be accessing content …

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Somali drama wins grand prize at Pan-African film festival

A host holds the Yennenga Gold Standard (Yennega Gold Standard) won by Somali director Ahmed Khadar during the closing ceremony of the Ouagadougou Pan-African Film and Television Festival (FESPACO) at the Palais des Sports from Ouagadougou, Burkina Faso, on October 23, 2021 REUTERS / Anne Mimault OUAGADOUGOU, October 23 (Reuters) …

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A love story that began during the pandemic

During last year’s COVID-19 quarantines, country music star Reba McEntire found love again with “CSI” actor Rex Linn. McEntire’s “Very Special Relationship” The second season of her Spotify Living & Learning with Reba McEntire podcast was released on Monday. It featured McEntire and Linn talking about the “very special relationship” …

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Zimbabwean author wins German award

VIENNA – Accepting a prestigious German award on Sunday in honor of her work, Zimbabwean writer and filmmaker Tsitsi Dangarembga called for a “new Enlightenment”, saying fundamental change is needed to overcome the structures of the racial hierarchy that have led to violence in his home country and across the …

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10 best Noomi Rapace movies, according to IMDb

Born in Sweden, Noomi Rapace started her acting career at a young age, starring in numerous movies and TV shows in Sweden and Denmark. After her successful stint as Lisbeth Salander in the Millennium film series (The girl with the dragon tattoo, etc.) based on the books by Steig Larrson, …

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Blackpool World Championship fireworks contest won by Germany

Beethoven-inspired dramatic entry from Germany won World Fireworks Championship in Blackpool The spectacular German fireworks display to catchy Beethoven music, which began with the haunting sound of a gong struck three times, beat the competition from Russia and Ireland. The result was announced at tonight’s festive exhibition by pyrotechnic experts, …

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Brad Bird films, ranked from worst to best

In the 1970s and 1980s, the California Institute of the Arts animation program promotions were a melting pot of talented animators and filmmakers who would become some of Hollywood’s most prominent figures. The school founded by Disney has hosted promising directors and designers like Tim burton, Genndy Tartakovsky, Henri selick …

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A beautiful haunting love story

This powerful Assamese drama is a maniacal genius of director Bhaskar Hazarika, perfect for audiences who have retained a taste for the unusual and complexity 23 October 2021, 13:05 Last modification: October 23, 2021, 01:13 PM Friends. Photo: Collected “> Friends. Photo: Collected An anthropology student, Suman falls in love …

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Weird or funny? – Suburban times

Submitted by Susanne Bacon. Friendly clowns like these shaped my childhood and are still common at German carnival events. (Photo: Ben Wicks @ unsplash.com/) I must have been four or five years old when a small traveling circus came to our suburb in Germany. He pitched his tent with a …

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Germany Prepaid Cards Market and Investment Opportunities

Dublin, Oct 21, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – The report “Germany Prepaid Card Business and Investment Opportunities – Market Size and Forecast (2016-2025), Consumer Attitude and Behavior, Retail Spending, Market risk ”has been added to ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. According to the Global Prepaid Card Survey for the second quarter of 2021, the …

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F1 must make women drivers feel welcome – Patrick

Formula 1 needs to make sure female drivers feel wanted and welcome in the future, according to Danica Patrick. The most successful female driver in American single-seater history, the former IndyCar and NASCAR driver was linked to F1 in the past but never saw any serious opportunities open up. At …

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Colin Powell, soldier, general, statesman

There was a time, in the 1980s, when young officers in the US Army rejoiced when one of their own had hit the jackpot. Colin Powell had been appointed chairman of the Joint Chiefs of Staff, the highest rank a soldier in uniform could obtain in the Department of Defense. …

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The best TV to watch on October 19

Judi Dench, ‘American Crime Story’ and Ashley Banjo are in TV highlights tonight. (BBC / ITV) Dame Judi Dench is the celebrity retracing her ancestors tonight Who do you think you are? on BBC One, where she is about to discover prestigious links. A new American crime story starts with …

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Charlotte Greve: The Sediments We Move Album Review

Before composing the suite in seven parts Sediments that we move, Charlotte Greve traced it. The Brooklyn-based, German-born composer, singer and saxophonist scribbled and sketched out forms, patterns and musical charts. She plotted the album song by song, listing each song’s basic instruments, audible accents, and “tempo / vibe.” In …

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Lauren Loves It Review: “Hard Luck Love Song”

A crime thriller shrouded in haunting love story wrapped in a neo-noir western, ‘ HARD LUCK LOVE SONG follows Jesse (Michael Dorman), a charismatic but his luck troubadour hustling the pool at dive bars, living in cheap motels and making bad decisions. Writer / director Justin Corsbie’s award-winning feature debut …

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10 great Italian movies and how to watch them

It sounds like a cliché some freshman film school students would use, but Italian cinema is where it is. The style, subject and general atmosphere of classic Italian films like 8 ½, Italian wedding, and Once upon a Time in the West is something that many have attempted to replicate …

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Choice of films: Japanese Film Festival, German Film Festival, Respect, Entertainment News and Top Stories

Japanese Film Festival 2021 This year’s edition of this film calendar staple will feature online question-and-answer sessions with seven filmmakers following screenings. A hybrid event, it will offer physical and online screenings. The sci-fi comedy Beyond The Infinite Two Minutes (PG, 71 minutes, a physical screening at Shaw Lido, October …

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The Sundance Reel

Sundance Film Festival Interviews on KPCW-2020 It’s Sundance time again! Park City’s favorite local radio station and NPR affiliate are once again at the heart of the action, excitement and filming at the 2020 Sundance Film Festival, which runs January 23 through February 2. Once again, our seasoned news team …

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How the book differs from the movie

Let’s take a look at all the major changes Netflix has made in There’s Someone Inside Your Home in Stephanie Perkins’ 2017 Slasher Novel. WARNING: The following contains major spoilers for There’s Someone Inside Your Home, now streaming on Netflix. In Netflix There is someone in your house, a slasher …

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A love story ‘October 15-Nov. 7

Following its sold-out summer show “The Tempest”, the Oak Park Festival Theater presents the immersive “Edgar Allan Poe’s Madness: A Love Story” by David Rice at the historic Pleasant Home from October 15 through November. 7. Two years after the death of his beloved wife, Edgar Allan Poe (played by …

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Today in History – The Durango Herald

Today in history Today is Sunday, October 17, the 290th day of 2021. There are 75 days left in the year. The highlight of today’s history: On October 17, 1777, British forces under General John Burgoyne surrendered to American troops at Saratoga, New York, at a turning point in the …

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VW CEO wants you to consider biking more?

Breadcrumb Links Durability Industry News Entertainment Volkswagen top executive Herbert Diess believes bicycles are essential to urban ‘mobility mix’ Author of the article: Katharina Rosskopf, Bloomberg Release date : October 11, 2021 • 50 minutes ago • 1 minute read • Join the conversation VW CEO Herbert Diess, left, tweeted …

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A look at his love affair with his wife Jaya

Actor Amitabh Bachchan celebrates his 79th birthday on Monday October 11. Here’s everything you need to know about his love affair with his wife Jaya. Amitabh Bachchan was to be the “Shahensha of Bollywood”, but not by the time he met actress Jaya Bhaduri. She was already a successful actress …

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Why she lies to bind herself

Madeleine Swann’s secret in No time to die is one of the most crucial parts of the whole story. Not only does this provide essential motivation for almost every major protagonist, but it also helps explain the tragic end of the story. However, while the secrecy is undeniably provocative, there …

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With Naga Chaitanya Income until now

The beautiful Tollywood hunk, Naga Chaitanya, star of Telugu movie Love Story, is set to break all box office records thanks to his massive collection. Yes, you heard right, the film drives audiences crazy through the incredible story and amazing performances of the star cast, which is one of the …

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What is Aaron Paul’s net worth?

Actor Aaron Paul definitely saw a pivotal role with his performance in breaking Bad. While the grainy TV show ultimately won a record number of viewers and tons of accolades for its new take on the antihero trope at the height of its rise, Paul saw his career take off. …

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Oh, the cable TV news drama! | Lyon

It’s just in: Breaking News! If you haven’t noticed, the news industry thrives on melodrama; it is hardly original to note that cable television programming, in particular, operates on the values ​​of showbiz. Two concrete cases: Some on the left have complained of inordinate attention given to the murder of …

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