Monthly Archives: May 2022

Latest Brightness Enhancement Film (BEF) Market Statistics, Future Dynamics and Trends by Region – ManufactureLink

Detailed Overview of Brightness Enhancement Film (BEF) Market Outlook 2022 This section discusses various aspects of the Brightness Enhancement Film (BEF) industry including its size, trends, revenue forecast and latest update: This has brought about several changes, this report also covers impact of the current COVID-19 situation. Request sample now …

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App Store Optimization Software Market Research – (New Data Insights) – ManufactureLink

Detailed Overview of App Store Optimization Software Market Outlook 2022 This section discusses various aspects of the App Store Optimization Software industry, including its size, trends, revenue forecast and latest update: This has brought about several changes, this report also covers the impact of the current situation of the COVID-19. …

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Application Building Software Market Research Analysis, Characterization, and Quantification – ManufactureLink

Detailed Overview of Application Building Software Market Outlook 2022 This section discusses various aspects of the Application Creation Software industry, including its size, trends, revenue forecast and its latest update: It brought about several changes, this report also covers the impact of the current situation of COVID-19. Request sample now …

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Tamil OTT Film ‘Seththumaan’ Tells a Touching Story About Pork Politics in Kongu Region

The film, produced by Pa Ranjith and directed by Thamizh, is based on a short story by Perumal Murugan ‘Seththumaan’ director Tamizh brought in Perumal Murugan as a dialogue writer to retain the regional dialects found in the short story. The film is streaming on SonyLiv Right-wing opposition to beef …

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Everything he knows about business he learned in baseball – Monterey Herald

CARMEL VALLEY – He calls it a hobby. Others might call it an inspiration, a passion, a fascination, a pleasure. Bob Steinberg is intrigued by how things work. Founder and president of an instrumentation company that manufactures gas mass flow meters, he is both determined to reduce energy costs, increase …

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App Builder Software Market 2022 – By Type, Applications, Beneficial Analysis and Top Vendors – Zymr, Inc., LeewayHertz, Zoo Corporation, Apptology – ManufactureLink

Detailed Overview of Application Building Software Market Outlook 2022 This section discusses various aspects of the Application Creation Software industry, including its size, trends, revenue forecast and its latest update: It brought about several changes, this report also covers the impact of the current situation of COVID-19. Request sample now …

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Europe Electroluminescent (EL) Cold Light Films Market Estimation Technique 2022 Size, Growth, Cumulative Impact by Continental Demand Forecast by 2028 – ManufactureLink

Detailed Overview of Electroluminescent (EL) Cold Light Films Market Outlook 2022 This section discusses various aspects of the Electroluminescent (EL) Cold Light Film industry, including its size, trends, revenue forecast and latest update: It brought about several changes, this report also covers the impact of the current COVID-19 situation. Request …

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Keane on the books: Literary gems are showcased for a steamy summer of stories

A busy week began with a visit to the Speranza tent in Merrion Square Park, the venue for the Literary Village of the Dublin International Literature Festival, which ends today. French author Alice Zeniter and Irish translator Frank Wynne have been declared winners of the Dublin Literary Award 2022, sponsored …

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Books: Missing Bridgerton? So why not take A Lady’s Guide To Fortune-Hunting…

1. A Lady’s Guide To Fortune-Hunting by Sophie Irwin is published in hardcover by HarperCollins, priced at £14.99 (ebook £7.99). The season’s diamond, A Lady’s Guide To Fortune-Hunting is a Regency-style romantic comedy with all the classic character tropes, plenty of scandal, and more than a hint of sass. Sophie …

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Zoe’s films presented at the Africa Film Festival

The Chronicle Mthabisi Tshuma, showbiz journalistFilmmaker Zoe Ramushu née Chiriseri recently put the country on the map when her production Intelligent/Botlhale premiered at the New York Africa Film Festival. It premiered at Lincoln Center in Manhattan, New York on May 14. South Africa-based Zoe, who is also a multimedia journalist, …

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Literary Arts Festival will showcase the community that comes together to celebrate reading

Newsletter Report The Las Cruces Arts and Culture District (ACD) will host its first Literary Arts Festival beginning at 3 p.m. on Saturday, June 4, the Downtown Las Cruces Partnership (DLCP) announced in a press release. The event “will showcase our community’s enthusiasm for the literary arts, from readings and …

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Science fiction, fantasy, thriller? Books we love but can’t define

Silvia Moreno-Garcia & Lavie Tidhar THE WASHINGTON POST — Staying on a path and picking a genre is common advice for aspiring writers. But in literature, all the rules can be broken. Many great writers make us wonder which shelf their book should occupy: science fiction, fantasy, thriller or… miscellaneous? …

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Cannes Film Festival 2022 | The Saturday newspaper

Tom Cruise smiles. He just walked the red carpet for the world premiere of his new blockbuster, Top Gun: Maverick and fighter planes roar overhead, trailing French tricolor smoke in their wake. The Ukrainian film producer I speak to winces as the boom reverberates through Cannes. “My brother is a …

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Harold Jonas Scofield publishes two spiritual and inspiring books: the first devoted to the power of God in the face of adversity, the second a tribute to the inspiring life of Tupac Shakur

“Troubled But Determined God Is Not Happily Ending” and Harold Jonas Scofield’s “Paradise Accomplished Consciously Creatively” have been released worldwide. Both books are collections of quotes, acronyms and life advice that transcend cultural boundaries and convey a message of hope, equality and growth. Emphasizing faith and healing through uplifting and …

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Best-selling author Don Winslow on giving up writing books for activism | Literary Arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge Photo: Robert Gallagher Don Winslow With the publication of his latest novel city ​​on fire (William Morrow), Don Winslow’s writing career has come full circle. The first of three books featuring Irish and Italian characters involved in organized crime, the stories are set in …

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US Organic Thin Film Transistor Market Drivers and Restraints by Segment – ​​ManufactureLink

Detailed Overview of Organic Thin Film Transistor Market Outlook 2022 This section discusses various aspects of the Organic Thin Film Transistor industry including its size, trends, revenue forecast and its latest update: It caused several changes, this report also covers the impact of the current situation of COVID-19. Request sample …

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The Worst Classic Book Covers

This content contains affiliate links. When you purchase through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. It’s always good news when books fall into the public domain. They are no longer subject to copyright constraints, so they become freely available on various electronic libraries, like Serial Reader and Librivox, …

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Saudi Arabia approves uniform for taxi drivers and transport apps

JEDDAH: On Thursday evening, the first concert of the Japanese group ALI in Saudi Arabia took place. Taking place at City Walk’s Anime Village, ALI, which has members of multiple nationalities, wowed audiences with their unique hip-hop-funk music, playing tracks such as “No Tomorrow,” “Lost in Paradise,” and “Wild Side”. …

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Nazrul in the Movie: Lesser Known Facts About Our National Poet

Sharmin Joya Wed, May 25, 2022 7:07 PM Last updated on: Wed, May 25, 2022 7:24 PM An excerpt from “Drubho”, released in 1934. Nazrul starred in and wrote the screenplay for this film. “> An excerpt from “Drubho”, released in 1934. Nazrul starred in and wrote the screenplay for …

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Brandon Getz delivers a twisted collection of short stories | Literary Arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge These are not Aesop’s Fables. There are creatures to be found in Stop Me If You Ever Heard This One (2022, Six Gallery Press), the first collection of 12 short stories by Brandon Getz, and Pittsburgh City Paper’s May Book Club section, but they’re …

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11 books to turn to when things fall apart

“You only miss one person, and the whole world is empty.” As human beings we have a lot to lose. Too much, one might say. Death, heartbreak, miscarriage – all presented as facts of life, but when loss seeks you out and hits you, it’s deeply personal. People will ask …

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In-Depth Analysis of the Magnetic Viewing Film Market Impacted by COVID 19 – Carbon Valley Farmer and Miner

the Magnetic Viewing Film Market accounted for XX million/billion US$ in 2022 and is projected to grow at a CAGR of XX% during the forecast period 2022-2030, to account for XX million/billion US$ in 2030. Global Magnetic Viewing Film Market is segmented by region into North America, Europe, Asia Pacific, …

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Free to download rewards app, Drop launches limited edition NFT collection and in-app collectibles to help you unlock the best summer yet

The #SummerOfDrop22 campaign paves the way for the future of loyalty programs, giving its NFT and Collectible-holding members access to savings on travel and entertainment, a “memory bank”, exclusive gifts and more Again. TORONTO, May 24, 2022 /PRNewswire/ – Drop’s Exclusive Collectibles Help Shoppers Live a More Rewarding Life and …

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Movie Review: Chitrakut by Troy Ribeiro

All five protagonists are all-natural and do a great job playing their characters effectively, discovering new feelings, and extensively exploring their emotional and psychological transformations on their own. The characters are well etched with defined arcs, thus making their lives interesting. Their affairs begin in a down-to-earth, if not the …

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Patient-Centric Healthcare Application Market Research and Demand with Forecast Preview to 2026 – The Daily Vale

New York, United States: The research literature on Patient-Centric Healthcare Application Market outlines the growth drivers and restraints that will shape the dynamics of the industry during the forecast period 2021-2027. It also provides an overview of compensation prospects and bottlenecks, as well as a range of qualitative and quantitative …

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NFT, Greek myths, Hayao Miyazaki

With summer approaching, the rich are preparing their lists of inspirational beach readings. And this year, their Goyard tote bags are likely to be filled with books on innovation, technology and the Greek gods. JP Morgan Private Bank on Tuesday announced its 23rd annual summer reading list, which has become …

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‘Mithyam’ arrives at the Cannes Film Market | Mangaluru News

Mangaluru: India is a ‘country of honour’ at the Marché du Film (Cannes Film Market), the commercial counterpart of the Cannes Film Festival, and there is much talk of Bollywood celebrities in Cannes, but the coastal region has also a reason to celebrate. ‘Mithyam- the false truth’, a film directed …

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5 Books That Inspired Me To Be A Writer (Or Made Me Stick To It)

We ask our fellow TPMers to share their own personal reading recommendations: the books they love or that have shaped their lives.Comment below with some of your favorites! Additionally, you can still purchase any of the books by visiting our TPM Bookshop profile page. Associate Editor Nicole Lafond is in …

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2022 ABIA Shortlists Announced | Books+Publishing

May 23, 2022 @booksandpublishing The shortlists for the Australian Book Industry Awards (ABIA) 2022 have been announced. The shortlisted books in each category are: General Fiction Book of the Year Literary Fiction Book of the Year Overall Non-Fiction Book of the Year Love stories (Trent Dalton, Harper Collins) She’s on …

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‘Mithyam’ arrives at the Cannes Film Market | Bangalore News

MANGALURU: India being a ‘country of honour’ at the Marché du Film (Cannes Film Market), the commercial counterpart of the Cannes Film Festival, there is a lot of talk about Bollywood celebrities in Cannes. However, the coastal region also has reason to celebrate. ‘Mithyam-The False Truth’, a film directed by …

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SCRF 2022: UAEBBY celebrates the “Mexican Council on Books for Young People” – News

The Mexican delegation included renowned authors Antonio Malpica and Juan Gedovius Published: Sun 22 May 2022, 15:34 The UAE Council on Books for Young People (UAEBBY) celebrated the Mexican Council on Books for Young People at the 13th edition of the Sharjah Children’s Reading Festival (SCRF). Marwa Al Aqroubi, President …

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Sarhad will organize a 5-day film festival from June 11

Sarhad will organize a 5-day film festival from June 11 posted on May 22, 2022 | Author RK News Srinagar, May 21: Sarhad, a Pune-based organization is organizing a 5-day film festival starting June 11. The opening ceremony will be held on the 11th evening at SM …

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Best-selling books of the week ending May 15 | Books

Here are Publishers Weekly’s best-selling books for the week ending May 14. 1. “22 Seconds” • Patterson/Paetro 2. “The Summer Place” • Jennifer Weiner 3. “Dream City” • David Baldacci 4. “Run, Rose, Run” • Parton/Patterson 5. “The Lioness” • Chris Bohjalian 6. “Book of the Night” • Holly Black …

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Kim Stanley Robinson shares the books he loves – and a story that got better with age – Orange County Register

Spending a Saturday listening to authors discuss their work while you eat lunch and chat with other readers sounds pretty good right now. That’s happening tomorrow at the Pasadena Convention Center as the 14th annual Pasadena Women’s Author Festival returns after a two-year absence. The festival features a stellar cast …

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The 242-track Birdsong Project will feature the best names in music and film

An astounding collection of big names in music, film, literature and beyond have contributed to For the birds: the Birdsong project, a 242-track album assembled by famed music supervisor Randall Poster. The project will be released digitally in five different volumes each month by September, with the first arriving today …

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Artificial intelligence sleep app may mean the end of sleeping pills for insomniacs

News Technology Friday 20 May 2022 04:00 BST A new artificial intelligence-based sleep app has been developed that could replace sleeping pills for people suffering from insomnia. Sleepio uses a AI algorithm to provide individuals with tailored cognitive-behavioral therapy for insomnia (CBT-I). The National Institute for Health and Care Excellence …

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25 of the most prolific film producers of the 20th century

Marc Piasecki/FilmMagic // Getty Images 25 of the most prolific film producers of the 20th century The average moviegoer could be forgiven for not being able to name the producer of any given film, while still being able to rattle off the name of every actor and actress who starred …

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Muhammad Ali film to launch NFT collection | News

Studio Pictures and writer/director James Newton are set to launch an NFT collection for the upcoming feature A God among menbased on the story of Muhammad Ali’s visit to Tyneside in 1977. Nicholas Pinnock (pictured) will play Muhammad Ali and the cast also includes Christopher Eccleston. Studio Pictures plans to …

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Impact of Covid-19 on Fitness Application Market Report to 2026 â?? Analysis of industry demand and current trend

The report named Global Fitness APP Market 2021 by Company, Regions, Type, and Application, forecast to 2026 is a broad audit of the market size and patterns with values. The report is a thorough report on worldwide market investigation and experiences. The report is an arrangement of itemized market outline …

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New ‘Now in Android’ app aims to help developers build better apps

At its I/O developer conference this year, Google showed off a new “Now in Android” app for developers. The app aims to help developers stay up-to-date with all areas of Android development and showcase best practices, savvy designs, and solutions to complex real-world problems that other sample apps don’t handle. …

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Aidan Gillen and Sandrine Bonnaire join James Marsh’s Samuel Beckett film

Aidan Gillen, who played Littlefinger in ‘Game of Thrones,’ and Venice Best Actress winner Sandrine Bonnaire for ‘The Ceremony,’ joined Gabriel Byrne in the Samuel Beckett biopic ‘Dance First,’ directed by the Oscar winner James Marsh. Film Constellation has closed pre-sales of the film in Australia/New Zealand (Icon), Italy (Bim …

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Ukrainian President Zelenskiy’s life story told in new comic

Ukraine President Volodymyr ZelenskyThe life story of – from comedian to wartime leader – received the graphic novel treatment in TidalWave Comics’ latest biography, “Political Power: Volodymyr Zelenskyy.” The glossy 22-page paper, published on Wednesday, chronicles how Zelenskiy, who once played a fictional president on a TV show, seized power …

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MMSU Filmmakers Shine at Local Film Festivals

Filmmakers from Mariano Marcos State University, based in Ilocos Norte, won major awards at the third Gawad Sine Abreño 2021 organized by Sine Abreño Film Production, in partnership with the Film Development Council of the Philippines and the Department of Tourism of the Cordillera. CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS FILMASTS from Mariano Marcos …

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Style Application Market Research, Growth Opportunities, Analysis and Forecast Report 2021-2026 | Covid-19 recovery

The Global Styling App Market Research Report Forecast 2021 – 2026 is a valuable source of insightful data for business strategists. It provides the industry overview with growth analysis and historical & futuristic cost, revenue, demand, and supply data (as applicable). The research analysts provide an elaborate description of the …

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Review in Brief: New Books by Graham Caveney, Giles Tremlett, Charlotte Van den Broeck and Chitra Ramaswamy

From Agoraphobia by Graham CaveneyPicador, 208 pages, £12.99 “If we’re talking about agoraphobia, we’re talking about books,” writes author Graham Caveney in this short but voluminous tome exploring his all-consuming fear of open spaces. Confined to his home, he escapes through reading. The first agoraphobe he encountered through a book, …

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Oakville Weather Network launches app to help users plan their trip

Preferred region How does this work? By Gene Pereira Published on May 18, 2022 at 3:28 p.m. The Oakville Weather Network and its French counterpart MétéoMédia announced the launch of Travel Planner, a tool that will provide users of desktop computers, mobile websites and Android apps with historical weather information. …

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Best Horror Movie Performances by Military Veterans

Actors in a horror movie can usually go one of two ways, serious and believable or camp-made. These actors and military veterans played the roles with seriousness, method and professionalism, which makes them memorable. More so, many actors and veterans had lived through serious life experiences, sometimes in times of …

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Battle of the Banned Books: The author of a book on the “to destroy” list visits Rapid City

RAPID CITY, SD — Earlier this month, five books were placed on Rapid City-area schools’ list of surplus property to be destroyed. In a statement, the district said it was because the books contained “explicit and inappropriate sexual content.” Those who oppose it say it is a group of people …

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BeReal is the latest Gen Z social app obsessed with authenticity

BeReal, as the name of the app suggests, wants me to post my truth. Once a day randomly, I’m asked to “be real”, to capture my unfiltered life synchronously through my phone’s selfie and rear camera. There is, according to BeReal, a distinctly authentic self behind the smoke and mirrors …

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Local literary arts festival for young writers emerging from the scene

Come as you are to the inaugural Kuala Lumpur Youth Literary Arts Festival (KLYLAF) from June 24-26, with participation from a handful of Klang Valley arts venues. Yes, they really mean it: the festival’s theme is ‘No Invitation Necessary’, an apt representation of its spirit of openness, diversity, inclusivity and …

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Green leaves Meanjin | Books+Publishing

May 17, 2022 @booksandpublishing Meanjin editor Jonathan Green has announced that the December 2022 edition of the literary journal will be his last. Green, who has held the position since 2015, is the 11th editor in the magazine’s 81-year history. “It has been a great privilege to edit a publication …

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The Harry Potter book with the worst film adaptation according to fans

In a “Harry Potter” Reddit thread, u/BoneyRL ranked “Harry Potter and the Half-Blood Prince” as the worst film adaptation, citing its “disappointing” storytelling. Other users concurred with this assessment, condemning the film for its truncated narrative. Like u/Genealogy-1 wrote: “I agree, the best are the ones where they really stick …

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Victorian England between science and faith. From May 13 on the app

Carrie Mathison. This is the name of the famous character played by American actress Claire Dance in the series “Home”, an innovative and far-sighted story by Showtime that aired from 2011 to 2020. It is already difficult to get rid of such a multifaceted film and complex. character of CIA …

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Adults are revisiting these favorite childhood books – PR News Blog

By Aleksandra Vayntraub // SWNSNEWS COPY WITH VIDEO + INFOGRAPHICSMore than half (54%) of Americans say they return to their childhood by reading the books they loved as children, including 62% of people over 77.A new survey asked 2,000 American adults about their favorite childhood picture books and found Stan …

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‘Taangh/Longing’, ‘Shoebox’ wins top prizes at New York Indian Film Fest | Entertainment News

New York: A documentary about hockey Olympian Grahnandan Singh, a film that explores a young woman’s complex relationship with her father, and a documentary about young girls who stand up against child marriage and learn football have won top honors at this year’s New York Indian Film Festival (NYIFF) which …

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State government to reprint Savarkar’s books: CM | Goa News

Panaji: Most of our country’s history is Western propaganda forced upon us. Veer Savarkar is an unsung hero of Indian freedom struggle but part of the population has only been spreading lies, lies and hatred against him. The Goa government will reprint Savarkar’s books and distribute them to libraries in …

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Peter Greenaway reflects on his career while finishing a new movie

Right off the bat, Peter Greenaway wants to make it clear that he never really took himself seriously as a filmmaker – although, like so many of the paradoxes that make up Greenaway’s identity, it’s unwise to take such a assertion too seriously. “It’s a terrible confession to talk to …

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Fun Home, Maus, and the Legacy of Indecent Comics

Recently, there has been a surge in failed and successful attempts to ban certain graphic novels from schools and libraries across the United States. In late March, a Tennessee school board’s decision to ban Art Spigeleman’s Maus as its “inappropriate” depictions of nudity and violence sent shockwaves through the literary …

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RC Literary Arts | Reedley College

Talia Lakshmi Kolluri is a South Asian American writer from Northern California. His first collection of short stories, What we gave the Manticorejust Pewter house books in the fall of 2022. His short fiction was published in the Minnesota Review, Ecotone, Southern Humanities Journaland The common. A lifelong Californian, Talia …

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’60s Abortion Drama Rings True to the Current Tune

This review of “Happening” was first published on May 5 ahead of the film’s opening in New York and Los Angeles. Rarely has there been a narrative film that feels more current than ‘Happening’, a French drama about the trials of a young woman attempting an abortion – in 1963. …

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Publication on Iran-Japan film relations presented at Tehran Intl. Book Fair

TEHRAN — A book illustrating cinematic ties between Iran and Japan was showcased at a special meeting at the 33rd Tehran International Book Fair (TIBF) on Thursday. Published by the Alhoda International Cultural, Artistic and Editorial Institute in Tehran, the book “Iran-Japan Cinema” was written by Qodratollah Zakeri, an Iranian …

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Phoenix Music offers sober gigs on new app in Denver

Nearly 108,000 people died from drug overdoses in 2021, according to the Centers for Disease Control reported this weekbreaking previous records and highlighting a public health crisis spurred to new levels by the COVID pandemic. But while there’s been no shortage of grim milestones lately, Denver nonprofit The Phoenix sees …

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Luana Bisesti • Director, Trento Film Festival

05/13/2022 – Interview with the director of the oldest international film festival dedicated to mountains, adventure and exploration, which has just completed its 70th edition (©Luca Matassoni) Celebrating 70 yearsand edition with a multitude of events and screenings, the Trento Film Festivalthe oldest international film festival dedicated to mountains, adventure …

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How Books and Literature Can Support the Rehabilitation of Indian Prisoners

We have a task for all of you. In late October, the first year of the pandemic, activist Devangana Kalita wrote outside. “Please ask women’s organizations and feminist publishers to donate literature, books and pamphlets to Tihar Prison No. 6 so that we can enrich and diversify the library. By …

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Darien’s very first community mobile app, LiveDarienCT

Darien Chamber of Commerce Announces the Launch of Darien’s First-Ever Community Mobile App, LiveDarienCT The Chamber of Darien recognized the need to improve its communication resources not only for our local businesses and members, but for all residents of Darien, connecting the entire community. “Due to the changing way we …

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In a new film, Nicolas Cage faces a new enemy: himself – News

‘The Unbearable Weight of Massive Talent’ is now playing in cinemas across the UAE By AP Published: Thu 12 May 2022, 10:42 Metropolis. Bruce Lee. Woody Woodpecker. A pet cobra. All of these things have been inspirations behind Nicolas Cage’s performances — sometimes private homages that the actor has used …

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Best reference books and apps of 2022 May

This list is for the best reference books and apps. We’ll do our best to make sure you understand this Best Reference Books and Apps list. I hope you like this list Best reference books and apps. So let’s start: Table of Contents: Best Reference Books and Apps The quote …

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Books as “surplus goods”: a new angle for censorship

Novelist Dave Eggers Calls Rapid City Book Destruction ‘Unacceptable Horror’ Arguments over censorship have become all too common at school board meetings. In South Dakota, the Rapid City School District tried to avoid this public debate with a new tactic: listing targeted books at the end of a list of …

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Brighton Festival: a strong global program of books and debates

Michael Rosen The Brighton Festival continues its reputation as a leading platform to engage in lively discussion and debate with 35 books and debate events for all ages from 7-29 May. Spokesperson Claire Andrews said: “Highlights include one of this year’s Festival co-directors, Syrian architect and author Marwa Al-Sabouni, examining …

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Von Loves Her Modernist: Film Reveals Adelaide’s Vibrant Cultural Underbelly of the 1940s

“I think it’s one of Adelaide’s great stories,” filmmaker and writer Rob George says of the story that inspired his documentary. Von loves his modernist. “But we have the problem in Adelaide that we’re a small town and the story tends to be told about the big cities.” Max Harris …

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Improve glycemic control with Diabetes app features

A review of data presented at ATTD 2022 dissects which features of smartphone apps created to improve diabetes management actually contribute to improved glycemic control. The rapid integration of continuous glucose monitoring technologies has spawned a wave of innovation within these technologies. Among the most recent additions to the equation …

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Polk Schools will discuss the future of 16 books pulled from libraries

LAKELAND, Fla. — The future of 16 books pulled from the shelves of Polk County Public Schools school libraries could be decided by school board members in two Tuesday meetings. In a business session at 3:30 p.m., Superintendent Frederick Heid is expected to share his recommendation with the board to …

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Facing death? There is an application for that [Column] – Mercury

Before the pandemic, entrepreneurs Liz Eddy and Alyssa Ruderman struggled to convince venture capitalists to invest in their end-of-life planning app Lantern. Potential business partners were also skeptical. “We would hear, ‘Oh, this is really a niche issue,’ which I think is pretty hilarious,” Eddy says. “Death is literally the …

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‘Driving Miss Daisy’ opening at App Arts | New

Robert King Jr., left, will portray Hoke Coleburn and Debra Taylor will portray Daisy Werthan in the Appalachian Center for the Arts’ presentation of “Driving Miss Daisy” beginning May 13. News-Express photo by Crystal Ripkoski The stage production of Classic Driving Miss Daisy is scheduled to open at the Appalachian …

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Augmented reality app lets users witness the abduction of Japanese Americans during World War II

Start your day with LAist Sign up for the Morning Brief, delivered on weekdays. June Aochi Berk remembers her habit of snuggling her mother as a child, and the special softness of a black coat with a fur collar. Berk sought that solace as a 9-year-old forced from Los Angeles …

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The Power of Image: How Early French Humanists Harnessed Imagery in Books

LAWRENCE – Fits around 15 artworkandilluminated manuscripts of the last century, Anne Hedeman includes 183 color illustrations in her new book. The stunning art serves to exemplify the author’s groundbreaking scholarship, which details the power these images once had in proposing a humanistic worldview – as opposed to strictly religious …

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Filmmaker Nagraj Manjule talks about his film Jhund with Amitabh Bachchan

Nagraj Manjule Starring Amitabh Bachchan jhund finally saw the OTT light this Friday, and filmmaker Nagraj Manjule is beaming with joy over its digital release. Based on the life of football manager Vijay Barse, the film features Bachchan as a person named Vijay Borade who works for the upliftment of …

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Cannes Critics’ Week Film ‘The Woodcutter Story’ Debuts Trailer, Totem Films Handles Sales (EXCLUSIVE)

The Cannes Critics’ Week film “The Lumberjack’s Story” has launched its trailer. It is the first feature film by a director of Mikko Myllylahti, the writer of the Cannes Un Certain Regard winner “The Happiest Day in the Life of Olli Makki”. The film is sold by a French sales …

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“The Unwritten Books”: Best of National Poetry Month

As National Poetry Month draws to a close, here are some of the Artsweek staff’s favorite poems! Audrey Kenyon/Daily Nexus “Looks Like a Boy” by Jamaal May Why do guns look so phallic and why are almost all mass shooters male? Jamaal May’s poem ‘Looks Like a Boy’ reveals guns …

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These films explain why 2005 was a great year for cinema

It seems like every year the film industry finds a way to outdo itself, whether it’s due to advances in technology, increased budgets, or the quality of storytelling. One year that particularly stands out among the rest is 2005. Some of the most complex and emotional films of the 2000s …

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Navy’s top admiral quietly removes ‘woke’ books from NOC’s reading list

by John Konrad (gCaptain) Admiral Mike Gilday, Chief of Naval Operations for the United States (CNO), has released an update to the CNO’s Professional Reading Program. Gone from the list are the socially progressive books that inflamed the ire of conservatives last year. Books like Ibram X. Kendi bestseller How …

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Battle of a Queen in Movies – The New Indian Express

Express press service MANGALURU: In India’s protracted battle for freedom against the British Raj, history is full of fearless characters whose contributions have been hailed, but India, throughout its beleaguered past, had also fallen between the hands of evil rulers like the Portuguese. Here, the story was unfair and captured …

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Best-selling books of the week ending May 1 | Books

Here are Publishers Weekly’s best-selling books for the week ending April 30. 1. “Dream City” • David Baldacci 2. “Run, Rose, Run” • Parton/Patterson 3. “The City on Fire” • Don Winslow 4. “Magnificent” • Danielle Steel 5. “The Good Left Unfinished” • Adriana Trigiani 6. “The Investigator” • John …

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10 Best Book-Movie Adaptations, According To IMDb

2022 is a big year for book-to-screen adaptations, starring Delia Owen Where the Crawdads sing get the big screen treatment and the announcement of a hunger games prequel based on Suzanne Collins’ The Ballad of Songbirds and Serpents. Literature is undoubtedly one of the best ways to deliver a descriptive …

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The Namibian filmmaker adapts the story of Obinna Udenwe to the cinema

Award-winning Nigerian writer, Obinna Udenwe’s short fiction ‘It Has to Do With Emilia’, published in 2017 in AFRADA magazine, has been adapted into a short trailer by award-winning Namibian filmmaker, Bridget Pickering. “It Has to Do With Emilia” tells the story of an unusual love affair between a troubled young …

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Haryana board changes Grades 6-10 history books to be more India focused

The Haryana School Education Board (BSEH) has practically released new history books for grades 6 to 10. The state board has made major changes to the history books curriculum starting from this new academic session. The old history e-books have been removed from the council website and the link of …

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