German entertainment

Kylian Mbappé stays with club changes football going forward

For almost a year since Lionel Messi opted to sign with Paris Saint-Germain in August, questions have been swirling about Kylian Mbappé’s future with the club. It seemed pretty clear that his future was going to be with Real Madrid with the club chasing him last summer. They had made …

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Kittie’s Cakes under new ownership; Launch of Take Me Tacos

Openings and announcements Kittie’s Cakes‘ two locations are now under new ownership. New operators, Steve and Diane Herman, made the announcement this week on Facebook: “We are delighted to announce that we are the proud new owners of Kittie’s Cakes in Bexley and German Village! We look forward to continuing …

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Tim Roth and Hiam Abbass to Star in Racist Drama ‘Come Together’ – The Hollywood Reporter

Cannes favorite and Oscar nominee Tim Roth teams up with Succession star Hiam Abbass for Come togetherabout a terrorist whose life is saved by a Syrian refugee, by South African writer/director Oliver Schmitz. Celsius Entertainment has won worldwide sales rights – excluding Germany, Austria, Australia and New Zealand – and …

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Eurovision viewers think Lewis Capaldi had an impersonated song in the form of Germany’s entrance

Eurovision viewers believe Lewis Capaldi had a similar song in the form of Germany’s entry and they urged Lewis to take further action against the alleged impersonator. As Sam Ryder took the second-place win over Ukraine, fans of the song contest couldn’t help but compare the German entry to one …

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ADVANCED TICKETS ON SALE NOW FOR MARVEL’S SPIDER-MAN: BEYOND AMAZING

Spider-Man: Beyond Amazing—The Exhibition invites visitors to explore interactive installations, discovering an expansive collection of priceless Marvel artifacts from the past six decades, including original comic books, animation material and film production items celebrating the web-slinger’s rich heritage . They’ll learn about the many creators who contributed to the Spider-Man …

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Homer, Bellows, Hopper’ exhibited in Columbus

Three master artists – Winslow Homer, Edward Hopper and Columbus native George Bellows – captured working-class life in late 19th and early 20th century America. In paintings, drawings, and prints, they depicted subway commuters, sailors, castaways, farmwives, boxers, billiard players, and many others. These sorts of everyday snapshots are featured …

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“Girlboss” scam shows are everywhere. Which ones should you watch?

In recent years, the scammers and corporate scammers (but mostly women) who deceived America’s elites have been in the headlines. But in recent months, the most prominent have received the Hollywood treatment from major streaming sites: socialite scammer Anna Sorokin in Netflix’s ‘Inventing Anna’, notorious fraudster Elizabeth Holmes in Hulu’s …

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How the burger became an American staple – and where to find classic burgers today

By Maxime Tamsett, CNN Whether you’re in the heartland of the United States or halfway around the world, when you crave an American meal, you’re probably biting into a burger. While most Americans can’t remember a time without them, burgers didn’t start to become hugely popular in the United States …

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Two German piano prodigies will perform at Walnut Creek

WALNUT STREAM The St. Paul Concert Series features pianists Clara and Marie Becker in a duet duo live from St. Paul’s Episcopal Church in Walnut Creek at 7 p.m. May 14. This live performance will be streamed online and listeners are also welcome to attend in person (as permitted at …

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Becker gets 2.5 years in prison for bankruptcy offense

Former tennis player Boris Becker with Lilian de Carvalho Monteiro as they arrive at Southwark Crown Court to be sentenced in London, Friday April 29, 2022. Becker was found guilty earlier of dodging his duty to disclose financial information to settle debts. (AP Photo/Alastair Grant) Alastair Grant PA LONDON Tennis …

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Cincinnati Breweries with Stunning Outdoor Patios Part 2

The exterior is pretty awesome, right? It seems many of you think so. I guess that’s why last week’s article on the best breweries for outdoor drinking in Cincinnati was so popular with readers. So what do you think: do you want five more? Of course you do. I have …

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More people should watch the best TV show on Netflix

Watch this show. You will not regret it. netflix Need a good TV show watch? Discover Dark. It’s the best show on Netflix. A mind-blowing show that deftly combines internal family drama with time travel, Dark is the rarest thing: a show without a single drop in quality. The three …

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TV: CNN NAVALNY documentary on the Russian assassination attempt

CNN NAVALNY (9 p.m., CNN) – This acclaimed documentary, directed by Daniel Roher, uncovers the assassination plot against enigmatic Russian anti-corruption activist and former presidential candidate Alexei Navalny, a plot allegedly linked to the Kremlin. Navalny had made powerful enemies in Russia, including Vladimir Putin himself. (NPR Fresh Air review.) …

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Museum of Spain confident it can keep painting stolen by Nazis | Entertainment News

By CIARÁN GILES, Associated Press MADRID (AP) — A leading Spanish museum said Friday it was confident U.S. courts would rule again that a valuable French Impressionist painting once taken from a Jewish family by the Nazis belonged to the museum and not the descendants of family. In a statement …

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DFW Spring Festivals: Japanese Garden, ArtsGoggle, Germanfest

The annual Japanese Spring Festival is scheduled for April 23-24 at the Fort Worth Botanical Garden. Fort Worth Department of Parks and Community Services Now is the time to get outside, enjoy the sun and the beautiful spring weather before the blast furnace starts up this summer. Looking for things …

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Playwright Noah Haidle blows out his ‘birthday candles’

NEW YORK — Playwright Noah Haidle’s Broadway debut was a matter of time and yet no one was on his side as the pandemic drew near. Rehearsals for his play “Birthday Candles” were in their second week in March 2020 when his career achievement was ripped off. He had to …

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German Shepherd Shot in the Head Adopted by Jupiter Cop

LOXAHATCHEE, Fla. — A German Shepherd who was shot in the face is improving after his injury and will now have a loving new owner. “She was in recovery for over five to six weeks, before she felt well enough to meet her new owner,” said Lauree Simmons, president and …

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German luxury hotel and spa installs over 180 Philips Professional TVs

Strandhotel Georgshöhe – one of Germany’s top spa resorts – offers “extensive entertainment” services in all rooms By Rob Lane ⋅ Posted: March 31, 2022 ⋅ Updated: April 6, 2022 PPDS has announced that its market-leading range of Philips MediaSuite professional televisions have been selected and installed in all 130 …

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India’s Zee and Mexico’s TelevisaUnivision in “Historic Collaboration – Deadline”

Zee from India and the TelevisaUnivision team from Mexico on Travelog ZEE Entertainment in India and TelevisaUnivision in Mexico have teamed up for what they describe as a “historic first-of-its-kind collaboration” on an international travel diary. Spice trails: Latin America will highlight verdant lands, understanding the influence of spices in …

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To discover: Kitchener-Waterloo, known for its German influences and modern charm

About this series: Wheels wants to inspire you to explore. This series of day trips and longer trips highlights the great experiences you can have in the province and shows you why Ontario is ‘must see’. Home to the University of Waterloo and Wilfrid Laurier University, the cities of Kitchener …

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Before the Oscars, here are some movies shot in Columbus to see

Is anyone ready for a psychological western starring a cruel but compassionate Benedict Cumberbatch? “The Power of the Dog,” Jane Campion’s first film in more than a decade, is one of the films in the running for best picture at this year’s Oscars, which airs Sunday at 8 p.m. on …

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‘Joy’ for Cirque du Soleil in Vancouver as the company stages its first show in Canada post-COVID – Surrey Now-Leader

Cirque du Soleil is back in Vancouver with a new look “Alegria”, the circus company’s first show in Canada since the start of the COVID-19 pandemic. For a race this spring, a 2,600-seat “Big Top” is set up at Concord Pacific Place as a “round-the-round” stage for the 53 performers, …

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Why Germany’s pavilion is one of the most talked about at Expo 2020 Dubai

Germany’s pavilion is one of the most talked about at Expo 2020 Dubai, continuing to draw curious crowds and regular visitors as the world’s fair enters its final days. Hundreds of people line up outside the pavilion, sometimes for over three hours, to partake in the fun and excitement it …

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Orchids, a spring treat when hiking Mount Tamalpais

This is the perfect time to explore Mount Tamalpais. This moderately strenuous 3.7 mile loop passes through a lovely grove of Sargent’s Cypress trees and passes through two historic mountain sites, Barth’s Retreat and Laurel Dell. From Rock Spring, take the Cataract Trail. Almost immediately you pick up Simmons and …

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Call Her Daddy: Anna Delvey clears up confusion over German heiress rumor after Inventing Anna

Anna Delvey has cleared up confusion surrounding speculation that she presented as a German heiress. The true story of Delvey (real name Anna Sorokin) reached a global audience when it became the subject of the hit Netflix series Invent Anna. Invent Anna tells the incredible true story of Sorokin (played …

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Poodles are growing in popularity, but Labs remain the #1 dog breed in the United States

FILE – A Norwegian Lundehund, a relatively rare breed in the United States, competes in the non-sporting group at the 142nd Westminster Kennel Club Dog Show at Madison Square Garden in New York, February 12, 2018. The American Kennel Club’s annual popularity ranking will be released on Tuesday, March 15, …

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ProMusica Chamber Orchestra to perform at St. Mary’s Catholic Church

The ProMusica Chamber Orchestra is on the move – again. Long before the pandemic, the chamber orchestra maintained a large footprint in Greater Columbus, regularly performing concerts not only at its Southern Theater home but also at the Franklin Park Conservatory and Botanical Gardens, Worthington United Methodist Church and, until …

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ITBP warrior dogs Julie and Oksana take in 13 puppies; netizens shower love on dogs

Dogs are some of the most lovable animals, and it’s evident from their adorable acts that have always made netizens smile. Animals certainly have a way of evoking a sense of calm among people. A recent viral video shows the adorable acts of a dog and her puppies, which caught …

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Review of ‘Great Freedom’: A homosexual perseveres in post-war Germany

A film that both cherishes the lifespan of a lit match and respects the patience it takes to endure a prison sentence, “Great Freedom” makes an exquisite case of the impossibility of caging the heart, even when love itself is criminalized. The countdown to a drama by Austrian filmmaker Sebastian …

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Movie studios are abandoning Russia, far from the way they handled Nazi Germany

Entertainment giant Disney has announced that due to the “tragic humanitarian crisis” in Ukraine, it will “suspend” its planned Russian release of the upcoming Pixar animated feature “Turning Red”. Hours after Disney’s announcement, Warner Bros. said he was “suspending” his Russian premiere of “The Batman” in response to “the humanitarian …

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6 closed restaurants we miss

With an ever-changing foodie landscape in Savannah, it’s hard not to think of what it used to be. Memories are baked into the decades of food, service and community that have always transformed a Savannah restaurant from good to great to great. Maybe it’s nostalgia or just that these restaurants …

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Who is Anna Sorokin, the subject of the new Netflix series ‘Inventing Anna’?

The woman who defrauded New York businesses and socialites of $275,000 was first sentenced to prison and is currently serving time in an illegal immigration center The woman who defrauded New York businesses and socialites of $275,000 was first sentenced to prison and is currently serving time in an illegal …

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Flying fish, flamingo on bicycle, owl on skates brought to Delhi by Indo-German “traveling companions”

Delhi’s bustling art district in Lodhi Colony now has quirky new residents: a flying ‘fish’, an ‘owl’ on roller skates and a ‘flamingo’ on a bicycle. This colorful and surreal menagerie was imagined by two women – a German graphic novel artist and an Indian architect-illustrator – who joined hands …

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Munich fires Russian conductor Gergiev for supporting Putin | Entertainment News

BERLIN (AP) — Valery Gergiev has been fired from his post as conductor of the Munich Philharmonic Orchestra over his support for Russian President Vladimir Putin and for failing to reject the invasion of Ukraine, a said the mayor of the German city on Tuesday. Munich Mayor Dieter Reiter announced …

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German TV channel to feature Nuneaton’s famous furry residents at a wildlife sanctuary

The famous furry residents of Nuneaton Wildlife’s Sanctuary will be broadcast on German national television. Woody the blind fox has formed the most unusual of best friends – hanging out with Bramble the deer, as well as sharing food with the greyhound Orla at the Oaston Road-based animal shelter. The …

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Gangubai Kathiawadi Releases First Reviews, Alia Bhatt Star Praised for ‘Storytelling Instinct’, ‘Excellent Casting’ | Bollywood

Alia Bhatt’s star Gangubai Kathiawadi is set to hit theaters on February 25. The film, which premiered at the Berlin Film Festival, received positive responses from critics and viewers in their reviews. The film is an adaptation of chapters from the book Mafia Queens of Mumbai by Hussain Zaidi and …

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Melba’s Culinary Canvas Restaurant in Downtown Louisville

My sweet tooth has taken me to many interesting places around town. Every time someone texts or emails me about a new bakery or ice cream parlor, I add it to my ever-growing list of restaurants to check out. I recently heard of Melba’s Culinary Canvas, a downtown spot with …

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The week in photos: February 13-19, 2022

This week’s selection of news, sports, lifestyle, entertainment and human-interest photos from the Philippines and around the world The Electoral Commission’s ‘Oplan Baklas’ was in full swing and critics said it was a violation of the constitutional right to free speech. Meanwhile, some countries in Asia are now holding religious …

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‘SuperFlute’ brings Mozart’s opera into the era of video games

What do a certain mustachioed Italian plumber, an ocarina-playing leprechaun in a green tunic, and a gorilla wearing a tie have in common with the works of classical composer Wolfgang Amadeus Mozart? Plenty, it turns out, when their worlds collide in “#SuperFlute, an English-language adaptation of Mozart’s ‘The Magic Flute,’ …

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Nacon acquires Daedalic Entertainment for $60 million

Video game industry acquisitions dominated 2022, and here’s another one, albeit less earth-shattering than Microsoft’s purchase of Activision Blizzard: French publisher Nacon has announced it will acquire Daedalic Entertainment. The German publisher and developer is perhaps best known for the Deponia series and the upcoming Lord of the Rings: Gollum, …

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Where will German producer Pantaleon Films go next?

IIt took Pantaleon Films 13 years to get exactly where it always wanted to be. When the producers Dan Maag and Marco Beckman launched the company, then called Pantaleon Entertainment, in 2009 with the German actor Matthias Schweighöferthe idea was to produce films outside Europe for the global market. But …

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German Artist Brings ‘Love/Hate’ Sculpture to DC

The Farragut Square artwork is temporary and will move to Austin, Texas in March. WASHINGTON — Public art is meant to inspire us and make us question ourselves and others. Stimulating conversation about reflections on society is the sentiment artists aspire to generate, and the relatively new addition to DC’s …

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Thai police investigate robbery reported by German celebrity | Entertainment

BANGKOK (AP) — Thai police said Thursday they were looking for a suspect in the robbery of German celebrity Cathy Hummels, who reported her cellphone was stolen in an overnight attack on a southern beach. Hummels, 34, is a German TV presenter and wife of German footballer Mats Hummels, who …

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Olympics Live: Eileen Gu wins big air gold for China

Medical workers wearing protective gear prepare swabs for people participating in Beijing Winter Olympics Torch Relay activities at a coronavirus testing site in Beijing, Wednesday, Feb. 2, 2022. With more than 30 new COVID-19 cases detected daily ahead of the Beijing Olympics, organizers said Wednesday they were not worried and …

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Olympics Live: Feuz on course for men’s downhill gold

Mikaela Shiffrin of the United States looks down after swerving off course in the first round of the women’s giant slalom at the 2022 Winter Olympics, Monday, Feb. 7, 2022, in Beijing’s Yanqing District. (AP Photo/Robert F. Bukaty) Robert F. Bukaty PA BEIJING The latest news on the Beijing Winter …

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Russia closes local DW office and revokes staff credentials | Entertainment News

By DACHA LITVINOVA and GEIR MOULSON, Associated Press MOSCOW (AP) — Russia’s Foreign Ministry said Thursday it was closing the Moscow office of German public broadcaster Deutsche Welle and revoking staff credentials, in retaliation for a German action against Russian state television RT. A ministry statement said the decision was …

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No schnitzel, but you can still have beer in the new pizzeria which opens on Wednesday at the old Hofbräuhaus in Rosemont

A year after the last schnitzel was fried and the oompa played, part of what was a former German brasserie in Rosemont is set to reopen on Wednesday under a different name and restaurant concept. But the new place will have at least one thing in common with the old …

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The film festival broadens its horizons with European cinema

A film festival this week gives Pittsburghers a taste of cinema across the pond, bringing a selection of European films to the Harris Theater. The Downtown Theater hosts EU Film Festival from January 28 to February 3. In-person screenings are available for $11 per ticket, with discounts available for students …

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Review: Don Marsh’s thriller travels back in time in West Germany | book reviews

Early in his long career as a radio and television journalist in St. Louis, Don Marsh became involved as a reporter in what was then West Germany with the AFN, the armed forces network . The AFN gave GIs stationed in Germany an electronic taste of home. The AFN gave …

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Survey: Some 1,500 statues and streets pay tribute to Nazis around the world, including in Germany and the United States

This story was originally published on January 27 by The Front. Register here to get the latest stories from the front delivered to you every morning. Germany, long seen as an international model for acknowledging its Holocaust history, nevertheless currently has at least 162 streets and schools named after Nazis …

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The Vallejo Symphony 2022 season is back, with some changes – The Vacaville Reporter

The arts hold a special place in our world, being important to savor, experience and sustain, emotionally, psychologically and spiritually, especially during difficult times. Despite the many ups and downs of the pandemic era, the Vallejo Symphony continues to perform, with the 89th season resuming with an adjusted schedule, the …

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Jackson Street Brewing in Sioux City offers German-style beer, food

Note to readers: This story has been edited to correct the spelling of Tia Heidebrecht’s name. Dave Winslow and Tia Heidebrecht, a married couple and owners of Jackson Street Brewing, met when he was a meteorologist and she was a photographer and reporter at KTIV in Sioux City. “We enjoyed …

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10 greatest glam metal videos of all time

German glam rock veterans Kissin’ Dynamite have been raging for 20 years and their seventh album, Not the end of the road, is out now. As modern as they sound, who can resist the nostalgia? That’s why we invited guitarist Jim Müller to break down his 10 best glam metal …

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Tina Turner and her husband buy a sprawling US$76 million estate on Lake Zurich

GENEVA — Rock ‘n’ roll icon Tina Turner and her husband have reportedly purchased a 70 million Swiss franc ($76 million) estate with 10 buildings, a pond, stream, swimming pool and dock on the lake from Zürich. The 82-year-old star’s husband, Erwin Bach, was quoted in the Handelszeitung daily as …

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Federation Entertainment teams up with German executives to launch Glisk

Federation Entertainment has further expanded its European footprint by moving to Germany with veteran executives Philipp Steffens and Julie Link. Glisk, a production and talent management company focused on creativity, will focus on creating, producing, financing and distributing high-quality originals through a stable of independent studios. Scripted and unscripted shows …

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The Cold Case team sheds new light on the betrayal of Anne Frank | Entertainment

AMSTERDAM (AP) — A cold case team that combed through evidence for five years in an effort to unravel one of the lingering mysteries of World War II has reached what it calls the “most likely scenario.” of who betrayed Jewish teenage columnist Anne Frank and her family. Their answer, …

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Heidi Klum and Snoop Dogg have joined forces to release a dance single – WSVN 7News | Miami News, Weather, Sports

(CNN) – Heidi Klum – model, TV host and now dance music star. The 48-year-old German-American star has teamed up with hip-hop legend Snoop Dogg and released a single, “Chai Tea with Heidi.” The dance track, produced by Weddingcake and released on Friday, marks Klum’s return to the music business …

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In the shadow of a pandemic, the Danish queen celebrates 50 years on the throne | Entertainment News

By JAN M. OLSEN, Associated Press COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — Denmark’s 81-year-old Queen Margrethe has so far escaped COVID-19 and is fully vaccinated. But the pandemic is once again spoiling an important holiday for the popular monarch. In 2020, he killed public celebrations for his 80th birthday. Now two days …

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Mark Ruffalo, Hugh Laurie Join Netflix’s WWII Thriller ‘All the Light We Can’t See’

Hollywood actors Mark Ruffalo and Hugh Laurie have joined the cast of an upcoming Netflix thriller set in the midst of World War II, “All the Light We Can’t See”. As reported by The Hollywood Reporter, “All the Light We Cannot See” follows Marie-Laure as she crosses paths with Werner, …

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Germany’s first Radisson Collection hotel opens in

Germany’s first Radisson Collection hotel opens in the heart of Berlin Radisson Hotel Group kicks off 2022 with the highly anticipated launch of his newly redesigned German Radisson collection flagship property in the heart of Berlin. The first bounty luxury way of life Radisson Collection Hotel in the country offers …

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Virus-stricken Bayern Munich return with 2-1 loss to Gladbach

Bayern goalkeeper Sven Ulreich jumps ahead of a German Bundesliga soccer match between Bayern Munich and Mönchengladbach at the Allianz Arena in Munich, Germany on Friday January 7, 2022 (AP Photo / Andreas Schaad) Andreas Schaad PA BERLIN Bayern Munich lost at home to Borussia Mönchengladbach 2-1 as the Bundesliga …

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BMW reveals in-car cinema screen, digital art themes

This week’s CES show in Las Vegas was as much about cars as it was home electronics, and BMW was the most creative exhibitor. First, the German automaker unveiled a car that changes color at the push of a button. Now he’s revealed an on-board cinema screen and themed digital …

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How Joel Coen Used German Expressionism to Create a Black World for Shakespeare

IndieWire High-end craftsmanship When production designer Stefan Dechant (“Pinocchio”) got a surprise call to meet Joel Coen on a whim to discuss “The Tragedy of Macbeth,” his Shakespeare’s adaptation of Murder, Madness and chaos with Denzel Washington and Frances McDormand, Dechant immediately hooked. The look and design were explicitly on …

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After pandemic and rain delays, Mummers strut to Philly

The Two Street Stompers pay tribute to healthcare workers as they perform in front of City Hall during the Mummers Parade in Philadelphia on Sunday January 2, 2022. The parade was postponed for one day due to rain on New Years Day. The official parade returns after a year of …

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Germany shuts down half of its remaining nuclear power plants

By Frank Jordans | Associated press BERLIN – Germany on Friday shut down half of the six nuclear power plants it still has in operation, a year before the country draws the final curtain on its decades-long use of atomic energy. The decision to phase out nuclear and switch from …

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Western forces use opinion coercion to divide world over Beijing Olympics

Politicizing the Olympic Games Illustration: Liu Rui / GT Is Germany boycotting the Beijing Olympic Winter Games? Some Western forces hope so.German Foreign Minister Annalena Baerbock said on Wednesday that she would not attend the Beijing Olympics. “I am a huge sports fan, but I will not be attending the …

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Top 5 matches for Germany in 2021

It’s been a year in reverse for Die Mannschaft, and with the Euro and World Cup qualifiers, fans were treated to a plethora of competitive matches from the German national team. Not all of them were successful, but there was still good entertainment to be seen. Here are our top …

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Traveling to Germany during Covid-19: what you need to know before you go

Editor’s note – Coronavirus cases remain high around the world. Health officials warn that travel increases your chances of contracting and spreading the virus. Staying at home is the best way to contain transmission. Below is information on what to know if you’re still planning to travel, last updated on …

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Why South Korean Culture is a Global Success | Music | DW

Beyond Netflix’s hit “Squid Game” series, South Korea has a variety of successful cultural exports in recent years. New albums from K-pop groups like BTS or Blackpink are topping the charts around the world, while South Korea’s intense fandom culture is emerging as a global phenomenon. In 2019, Bong Joon-ho’s …

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5 things to know on December 19, 2021: Omicron, Australia, Michigan, Rod Stewart, Haiti

In Chile, voters go to the polls to choose a new leader to succeed outgoing President Sebastián Piñera. They will choose between two candidates who disagree on same-sex marriage rights, legalizing abortion, controlling natural resources and increasing programs to deal with migrants. Monday After three months of testimony from 32 …

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7 best things to do in Colorado this weekend: December 17-19, 2021

DENVER – Every weekend Denver7 makes a list of some fun events you might enjoy. Here’s our pick of the 7 best things to do in Metro Denver and beyond this weekend. 1. Denver Christkindlmarket open at Civic Center Park The Christkindlemarket has been Colorado’s only authentic German market for …

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Anaheim Jagerhaus closes after more than 40 years of service

Jägerhaus, the iconic Orange County German restaurant in Anaheim, closed on December 12 after more than 40 years of service. The closure comes shortly after owner and manager Sandie Schwaiger passed away in October. Schwaiger led Jägerhaus for over 21 years. “It was beautiful even though it was so sad,” …

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Middleton author Kathleen Ernst draws on historic Watertown experience in new series | Entertainment

Ernst Middleton author Kathleen Ernst has written over 40 books, but November 30 marked the release of a new character – Hanneke Bauer – someone she has envisioned for almost 40 years. “Lies of Omission” features Hanneke, a Pomeranian immigrant in Watertown in the mid-1800s. Upon arrival, she faces unimaginable …

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How Dan Stevens Faked “The Strangeness of Humanity” to Play a German Robot in “I Am Your Man”

A version of this story about Dan Stevens and “I’m Your Man” first appeared in the international issue of TheWrap Awards magazine. Dan Stevens could be too much beautiful. At least, that’s what German director Maria Schrader hoped for when she showcased Stevens’ chiseled features and piercing blue eyes in …

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German Merkel at farewell ceremony: don’t tolerate hatred

Chancellor Angela Merkel called on Germans to oppose hatred, in military ceremony bidding her farewell after 16 years in power ThroughThe Associated Press 2 December 2021, 22:22 • 2 minutes to read Share on FacebookShare on twitterEmail this article BERLIN – Outgoing Chancellor Angela Merkel called on Germans to oppose …

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South Africa’s renewal begins with the rule of law

A competent and trustworthy senior official is needed to drive the reform of the country’s criminal justice system. South Africa’s prosperity depends on the rule of law, trust between police, prosecutors and the public, and a criminal justice system that treats everyone fairly. These are some of the main lessons …

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Christmas Cookie Recipe: Cinnamon Stars or Zimtsterne

In her new cookbook, “Advent: Festive German Bakes to Celebrate the Coming of Christmas (Quadrille, $ 35), food writer Anja Dunk says Zimtsterne, or star-shaped cinnamon cookies, belongs to the trio. cookie classic that best sums up Adventsgebäck (Lebkuchen and Vanillekipferl are the other two). These classic cookies are baked …

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New German Chancellor Olaf Scholz deserves a chance

Olaf Scholtz Image Credit: Twitter / @ dgcbss Olaf Scholz signed the deal of a lifetime this week. Less than two months after leading his Social Democrats to a close victory at the polls, the outgoing German finance minister has equipped himself with the coalition he needs to be sworn …

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Who is Kim Petras and how old is she?

German-born singer and songwriter Kim Petras debuted at Macy’s Thanksgiving Parade on Thursday, November 25, 2021. The rising popstar released her debut EP, One Piece of Tape, ten years ago. 2 Kim Petras is a rising pop star Who is Kim Petras? Kim Petras is a popular musician based in …

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Millionaire dog ‘sells’ Miami mansion once owned by Madonna

(AP) – Gunther the German Shepherd spent a recent morning playing with his tennis ball, rolling around in the grass, drooling a bit and taking a lot of naps. He later had a “meeting” with real estate agents selling his Miami mansion that his managers bought from Madonna. And of …

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German student says “hello” to RPC culture

By Maria Flores, November 16, 2021 From the Schwäbisch Gmünd University of Education, a German university of 2,999 students, to Cal Poly Pomona, a public university of 27,915 students, Miriam Herceg, a German international student, expands her comfort level through various encounters cultural. In early fall, Herceg climbed 5,866 miles …

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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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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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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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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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