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Ridiculous $ 350 million luxury jet has balcony and nightclub

Picture: Lufthansa Technik The maintenance, repair and overhaul branch of German Airline company Lufthansa has probably the most ridiculous news you’ll read all day. Its Explorer concept transforms an Airbus A330 into a private jet on the model of a superyacht, with a balcony, a nightclub and a glass floor. …

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Pressure Sensitive Films Market Size and Outlook 2028 | Major Companies – Tekscan (US), Fujifilm Corporation (Japan), Sensor Expert (US), Bestech Australia Pty.Ltd (Australia), Surface Armor LLC Visit Website (US), Liberty Industries, Inc . (Germany), Sun Process Converting, Inc (USA), Converters,

New Jersey, United States, – A recent market research report added to the repository of verified market reports is an in-depth analysis of the Pressure Sensitive Films Market. Based on the analysis of the historical growth and current scenario of the Pressure Sensitive Films market, the report intends to offer …

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Offer a tribute to Joe Kapp – Monterey Herald

For 12 years, I have been researching Salinas and its history. Over the decade, I have learned incredible stories from individuals who grew up in Salinas and overcame many obstacles to reach the highest levels of their respected professions. Growing up in East Salinas, I attended El Sausal College, but …

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Sixty years of Turkish “guest workers” in Germany

November 6, 2021 COLOGNE AND DÃœSSELDORF IT WASN’T poverty or ambition which drew Irfan Demirbilek to Germany from Turkey in 1968, but the lure of his splendid cars. One day spotting a queue outside an employment office in Istanbul, Mr. Demirbilek, an electrician who had long dreamed of having his …

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Thirty films that expand the art of musical comedy

Cinema musicals are back in vogue. This year’s biggest releases so far include Jon M. Chu’s film from Lin-Manuel Miranda’s “In the Heights,” Leos Carax’s “Annette” and an adaptation of the recent Broadway hit “Dear Evan Hansen. “. Still to come is another production from Miranda, “Tick, Tick.” . . …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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Swiss-funded productions gain international visibility

Swiss productions and co-productions are on the increase, driven in part by federal and regional donors, which offer attractive opportunities for national and international filmmakers. Quickly recovering from the impact of the pandemic, the local film industry has had another strong year with local films and international co-productions. The Franco-Ukrainian-Swiss …

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Halloween Fest is coming to Seaside Heights

Seaside Heights announced its very first Halloween Fest on October 22-23. The event will take place on the promenade (or “Boo-walk”) and at the “Petrified Pavilion of the Carrousel”. Mayor Anthony Vaz said: “We are delighted to present this year a family friendly Halloween event for everyone to enjoy. We …

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TV and Movies Finally Celebrate Older Women

A report of the Geena Davis Institute on Gender and the Media concluded that even now there is a dearth of roles for older actresses, and the roles that do exist portray them as senile, housebound, weak, or struggling. comfortable. In the highest-grossing films from Germany, France, Britain and the …

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Did you know? “Gangubai Kathiawadi” actress Alia Bhatt not only has Kashmiri roots, but also Gujarati and German roots; Read on

Many do not know that Alia Bhatt has Kashmiri, Gujarati and German roots, read more “class =” lazy img-responsive “data-src =” https://www.iwmbuzz.com/wp-content/uploads/2021/09/rrr-promotional-son-alia-bhatts-greatest-challenge-to- be-shot-at-a-budget-of-rs6-crores-920×518.jpeg “width =” 920 “height =” 518 “alt =” Did you know? “Gangubai Kathiawadi” actress Alia Bhatt not only has Kashmiri roots, but also Gujarati and German roots; …

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Politics This Week | The Economist

Sep 25, 2021 Listen to this story Your browser does not support the item . Enjoy more audio and podcasts on ios Where Android. France reacted with fury to American, Australian and British training plans a new defense pact in the Pacific. France was not invited to join. Australia is …

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Sign language users get creative despite Covid

With the world in the throes of the COVID pandemic over the past year and a half, most of us have learned to communicate in new ways. Whether it’s participating in digital work chats, ‘going to’ school in virtual classrooms, or chatting with friends and family, many of us have …

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Constantin Film, RTL in Movie Deal – The Hollywood Reporter

German mini-major Constantin Film has signed a multi-year licensing agreement with commercial television giant RTL Deutschland which covers exclusive free television and streaming rights for all of Constantine’s theatrical productions, in German and English. The deal, unveiled Thursday, applies to all of Constantine’s in-house productions and co-productions that start filming …

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How will the besieged Humboldt Forum in Berlin deal with its imperialist past? Its new Asian and ethnological museums provide clues

After the July inauguration of the Humboldt Forum, the museum of non-European art that has been arguably Germany’s most controversial cultural project in decades, the institution is now opening up its most besieged divisions. On Wednesday, with festive addresses by German President Frank-Walter Steinmeier and Nigerian writer Chimamanda Ngozi Adichie, …

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Reviews | The NFL bets on bets

Wingo told me, “At the end of the day, after the Supreme Court ruling, the NFL was really good at three things. First, they have a product that you just can’t get enough of. Second, they know how to market it in hell. Third, they know how to make money. …

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Biden to host World Leaders Climate Forum

WASHINGTON – President Biden announced on Friday that the United States and Europe have pledged to work to reduce global methane emissions by a third over the next decade and urged other countries to join their efforts to combat a powerful greenhouse gas that warms the planet. In a virtual …

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Celebrity dialect coach Joan Washington dies at 74

Joan Washington, an acclaimed dialect coach who taught Penélope Cruz to sound Greek, Jessica Chastain to sound Israeli, and a whole bunch of British actors to speak like the Jews of Brooklyn, died on September 2 at her home in Aving. , in England. She was 74 years old. Her …

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4K Blu-ray 30th Anniversary of the Doomsday

Posted on September 11, 2021 5:17 PM by StudioCanal to celebrate James Cameron’s 30th birthday Terminator 2: Judgment Day (1991) with an all-new 4K Blu-ray edition of the film, which will be available for purchase on December 9. In addition to the standard Blu-ray 3D Blu-ray 3D edition of the …

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Bhimtal’s Best Kept Secret – The New Indian Express

Express news service Much like the fictional Von Trap family, the Czech-born Smetacek family, with a brood of six children, create their own music sound in the hills of Uttarakhand where they run a host family called The Retreat. What do Jim Corbett, Indira Gandhi, Shekhar Kapur, Supreme Court lawyers, …

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Udo Kier will break your heart

Pat Pitsenbarger (Udo Kier) is a former barber and current resident of a Sandusky, Ohio nursing home who spends his Social Security checks on illicit cigarettes and his days folding up precisely the towels he steals from the room to eat. It’s a dreary existence, but it’s hers, and when …

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SF Jewish Film Fest returns, just as timely

The 41st San Francisco Jewish Film Festival, which opens this week, looks back to the past to gain a better historical perspective on the present and quite possibly the future. This theme emerges in several of the program’s more than 50 feature films, a list dominated by narrative films inspired …

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July: COP26 poster campaign | News & Features

An acclaimed black artist harnesses her lifelong passion for art to tackle some of the greatest challenges – and possible solutions – facing humanity and the environment, as the countdown to COP26 continues. In less than four months, more than 190 world leaders will gather in the UK city of …

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Cannes Film Festival 2021: the list of winners

Vincent Lindon, Julia Ducournau and Agathe Rousselle pose with the Palme d’Or for “Titane”. (Photo … [+] credit: Andreas Rentz / Getty Images) Getty Images The 74th Cannes Film Festival wrapped up on the evening of July 17, 2021. Taking place two months later than usual, this year’s film festival …

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Wilder, in his own inimitable words

“Billy Wilder on a mission: Despatches from Weimar Berlin and the interwar period in Vienna” Edited by Noah Isenberg, translated by Shelley Frisch (Princeton University Press, $ 24.95) Over the course of his long life, Billy Wilder won seven Oscars for co-writing, directing and producing a series of clever, cynical, …

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A free pass in DRIPPIN’s dreams for a better future

The show must go on, that’s what they say. And this is very much true for the South Korean music industry, which has not completely brought its wheels to a standstill even during the Covid-19 crisis. New music and artists continued to be released, even with live performances facing restrictions. …

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Sylvester Stallone’s 10 best movies ranked

Sylvester Stallone turns 75 today. As an actor, screenwriter, director and producer, Stallone remains a Hollywood icon having launched the “Rocky” and “Rambo” franchises, as well as countless other beloved films, most in the action genre. To wish the cinema icon a happy birthday, we are going to share and …

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Bond Film Market 2021-28 Discover Huge Growth with Key Players – Henkel AG & Co. KGaA (Germany), 3M (US), Cytec Solvay Group (Belgium).

New York, United States:the Global Bonding Films Market The report promulgated by DECISIVE MARKETS INSIGHTS deciphers the precise identification of different market growth trajectories, encourages and inspires readers to create visionary growth tactics during the forecast period of 2020-2027. For the considerable development of the advanced global market, it is …

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Things to do: concerts, movies and more

Hair ball, 6 p.m. Saturday July 3, Bayfront Festival Park. Tickets: $ 25 plus fees. Go to ticketmaster.com. Rejoin Colonel Theodore Roosevelt and General George S. Patton Sunday July 4 to Richard I. Bong Veterans Historic Center, 305 Harbor View Parkway, Superior. Meet these two great figures in American history. …

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Generational divisions emerge on stage in Germany

BERLIN – Theatergoers know what to expect from a Frank Castorf production. The director, who has helped shape the last 30 years of German theater, favors a deconstructive approach to classics, oars of barked dialogue like manifestos and manic performances over a marathon race time. All of these characteristics of …

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Celebrate the golden tickets, the oompa loompas, the pure imagination with the cast for the 50th anniversary of “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Factory”

HOLLYWOOD – The original 1971 version of “Willy Wonka & the Chocolate Family” celebrates its 50th anniversary. Gene Wilder brought Willy Wonka to life in a film based on the children’s novel “Charlie and the Chocolate Factory”. Five lucky kids who find gold tickets in their chocolate bars win a …

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Four must-see LGBTIQ + film festivals in Europe

Much of Europe is very welcoming to LGBTIQ + tourists, with vibrant nightlife scenes and a plethora of cultural events geared towards the LGBTIQ + community. These not only include pride celebrations, but also tours, exhibitions and film festivals. So if you are an LGBTIQ + movie fan, here are …

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On this History Day – June 22 – Almanac

Today is Tuesday, June 22, the 173rd day of 2021 with 192 to follow. The moon is growing. The morning stars are Jupiter, Mercury, Neptune, Saturn, and Uranus. The evening stars are Jupiter, Mars, Saturn and Venus. People born on this date are under the sign of Cancer. They include …

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Blinded by a glorious day of Euros football

It was a weekend of humility for those of us who spent the preparation for the European Championships warning against boring football and exhausted and half-interested players. Saturday was a glorious technicolor football tournament day – possibly the best football day played anywhere in the world this year. It blinded …

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20 behind-the-scenes musical facts

What I wouldn’t give to see the version of La La Land located in Boston. 1. Director Julie Taymor sat next to Sir Paul McCartney the first time he watched Across the universe, and during the “All My Loving” sequence, he started singing in a low voice. At the end …

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She fell nearly 2 miles and walked away

In 1968, the Koepckes left Lima for an abandoned patch of primary forest in the middle of the jungle. Their plan was to conduct field studies of its plants and animals for five years, exploring the rainforest without exploiting it. “I was not really thrilled with the prospect of being …

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