Monthly Archives: December 2021

Is there a season for books?

Can there be a season for books? How can that be? The books have nothing to do with the season. They are the feeders of our souls in all weather. But book fairs are a seasonal affair. And it’s book fair time. Maybe two years ago a friend of mine …

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The Lost Daughter: Netflix’s final 2021 movie is a spectacular drama

“I am a very selfish person,” explains Leda Caruso (Olivia Colman), a literature teacher on an internship in a Greek seaside town of The lost girl. Based on a novel by Elena Ferrante, actress Maggie Gyllenhaal’s first film follows Leda, mother of two grown daughters, Bianca and Marta, in search …

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The 15 best non-fiction books of 2021

“Fuzz: When Nature Breaks the Law”, by Mary Roach. (Mary Roach / TNS) Photo: Mary Roach, HO / TNS Over the past few years, I’ve put together a list of this year’s best non-fiction, with special attention to books that taught me things I didn’t know. It has been an …

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Pratik Bhattacharya, Shiv Mishra’s Hindi Film “It’s Life Yaar, Hota Hai” Celebrates One Million Views

Pratik Bhattacharya wins Best Director and Vishnu Mishra Award for Best Musical Director at Global Taj International Film Festival Bombay, December 31: A Hindi feature film by Pratik Bhattacharya and EP & DOP Shiv Mishra C’est la vie yaar, Hota hai .. has been released on MX player and other …

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13 best spell books for aspiring witches and established magick users

Forty years after satanic panic first gripped the United States, witchcraft is one of the fastest growing spiritual practices in the country. If you’re looking to get into witchcraft or just want to dig deeper into your budding practice, let this list of spell books guide you. Once dubbed “the …

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Frenchman Houellebecq returns to politics with his eighth novel: 9781581451112: books

Hugues Honoré and Adam Plowright (AFP) Paris, France ● Thu, December 30, 2021 2021-12-30 21:51 0 0c06e8ca436d6e21bba3a7085601ad12 2 Books French, author, novel, bookshop, politics, books To free Best-selling French author Michel Houellebecq returns to the theme of politics and power in his highly anticipated eighth novel, which will hit French …

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The best literature we read in 2021

Despite our society’s general lack of interest in reading, the decline in literacy and technological change, and the propensity for a censorship drive, the world of literature continues to thrive anyway. The books keep coming out, and they continue to be worth pursuing. It is impossible for a literary critic …

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Details of Conductive Tape Market Growth Factor for Business Development 2026

The research literature on the Conductive Matrix Attachment Film market presents a comprehensive analysis of the key growth drivers, challenges, and prospects that are likely to shape the business dynamics over 2020-2026. At the same time, it offers the latest updates on various industry segments and their sub-segments to provide …

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Film review: “Martin Eden by Jack London”: an intimate and poignant narration | Rutland Reader

‘Martin Eden by Jack London’, the latest film from Vermont filmmaker Jay Craven, tells the semi-autobiographical London story of an uneducated sailor who strives to become a sophisticated writer despite the human cost – for others , but mainly for himself. Written and directed by Craven, this feature film is …

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The DPIFF team announces its tourism partners for the Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival Awards 2022 | AFN News

Previous story: Neo-banking startup Jupiter raises $ 86 million in Series C funding round The DPIFF team announces its tourism partners for the Dadasaheb Phalke International Film Festival Awards 2022 Posted on December 30, 2021 Preparations for DPIFF 2022, India’s most prestigious awards ceremony, are in full swing. Six revered …

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2021 movie recap – Lagniappe Mobile

Here’s a lazy year-end list of everything I reviewed over the past year to make sure you don’t miss a thing before you start all over again. It’s not in any particular order because it’s a lazy list. “I’m Your Man”: A delightful German comedy starring Dan Stevens as a …

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Local spotlight: Author Jill Sheeley continues to publish Fraser’s books

Local children’s book author Jill Sheeley poses at Wagner Park in 2016.Anna Stonehouse / Aspen Times File Photo Maybe Jill Sheeley was on to something meteorological when she wrote the last installment of her children’s book series “The Adventures of Fraser the Yellow Dog”. “Fraser Rescues Christmas,” which was released …

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Macbeth’s tragedy is visually stunning but suffocating | Cinema / TV

The Bard is tough. Adapting William Shakespeare for film is a bit like riding a unicycle while trying to defend your doctoral thesis. Joel Coen, despite being a generational talent behind the camera, took the risk of bringing to the big screen one of Shakespeare’s best-known and most important plays …

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28 Row, a new app for female academics and influencers

Tumi Adeyoju, 20, graduated in public health from the University of Houston. But when she’s not in class or studying, she runs a fashion, lifestyle and beauty blog – a business that she hopes to turn into a business. Like many of her generation, Adeyoju dreams of becoming an influencer …

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All the best books entering the public domain in 2022

LONDON – DECEMBER 15: A rare Winnie-the-Pooh book showing an inscription by author AA Milne … [+] asking artist EH Shephard to decorate his grave is displayed during a press preview at Sotheby’s Auctioneers on December 15, 2008 in London. Sotheby’s is holding an auction of original works of art …

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6-Decade Study Finds Male Heroes Dominate Children’s Books

ATLANTA, Georgia – From Harry Potter to Peter Pan, there is no shortage of strong male literary heroes that children admire. So where are all the female protagonists? That’s the question researchers at Emory University ask themselves after analyzing six decades of children’s literature. According to their findings, male protagonists …

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Bittersweet tribute to movie buff Rashid Irani

The 57-minute documentary follows the late film critic and collector into the past. The star of Marilyn Monroe Niagara (1953) is the movie that turned Rashid Irani’s heads. The film critic and collector recounted his first take on the Hollywood feature film that turned him into a movie buff in …

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Akintoye Unveils Mobile App, Pajawiri, to Track Kidnapped Victims, Criminals | The Guardian Nigeria News

Says Yoruba people will use intellectual power to fight for freedom and leave NigeriaThe head of the Yoruba Self-Determination Groups Coordinating Body, Ilana Omo Oodua, Professor Banji Akintoye has unveiled a mobile app designed to track kidnappers and their victims and also expose danger in Yorubaland. The mobile application and …

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Too late to ban books – kids have cell phones

December 27 — Across the country, parents and activists have turned their attention to the latest bogeyman of the school culture wars. And the target of their anger seems familiar: the books. It’s true. In an era when students consume all kinds of media, from podcasts and video games to …

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10 most important comedic storylines from the X-Men movie series

Lasting 20 years, the X Men The film series is going to be discussed for years when it comes to its legacy in film and superhero cinema. He displays heights as inventive as dead Pool and Logan yet sinks into the horrible lows of X-Men Origins: Wolverine. RELATED: 5 Reasons …

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Shoppers in Saudi Arabia must scan COVID-19 app before entering malls

Abdullah Hammad is the president of the Mahd Academy, the Saudi Arabian national sports academy in Riyadh. Hammad’s role at the academy is to discover and identify talent across the Kingdom through schools, public essays, contests, and through teachers and referrals. He has experience in multiple sports including football, in …

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Here are the most translated books from all countries

These are the most translated titles by indigenous authors in all countries of the world. Prepayment Winter travel plans can fall apart every minute, but that doesn’t mean you can’t taste a foreign culture at all this season, even without leaving home. A few hours of escaping into a captivating …

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How many pounds does it take for a place to feel right at home?

At the turn of the millennium, Reid Byers, a computer systems architect, set out to build a private library at his home in Princeton, New Jersey. Finding a few books on library architecture that weren’t centuries old and in a dead or moldy language, he took the advice of a …

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This Durham teacher noticed something was missing in children’s books – so she started writing

Anjali Joshi is a local science teacher and curriculum developer who also writes children’s books, including Sarla in the Sky, which tells “the ordinary story of an extraordinary girl who dares to be different in a world of boys”. During the day, Anjali Joshi teaches science at the Durham District …

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Home Office wins Best Counterterrorism Film – ARAB TIMES

WhatsApp Facebook Twitter E-mail Messenger KUWAIT CITY, December 26: Defense, Interior and National Security: March 17: The Ministry of the Interior wins the 2020 award for best awareness-raising film on the fight against terrorism and extremism at the end of the 44th virtual conference Arab police and security chiefs.April 12: …

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Pennridge School District Removes LGBTQ Books From Libraries

“School freedom” or censorship? Debbie Strouse, who is gay, is a graduate of the Pennridge School District. Now, she has a child and grandchild in a district school and has seen many instances of discrimination and anti-LGBTQ sentiment unchallenged by the administration. She feels that this bias has now become …

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the “dangerous” film turned into a Technicolor nightmare

No one took Speed ​​Racer and its failure more to heart than the Wachowskis themselves. This may explain why, this week, Lana Wachowski returns to the duo’s original gold mine with a new Matrix sequel, The Matrix Resurrections. With reviews divided on the film – The Telegraph bemoans its lack …

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History of books in Nepal

The first book printed in Nepalese is actually a Darjeeling translation of the Bible in 1821. Later, the Ramayan and Mahabharat were imprinted with images of gods and depictions of key scenes, and they brought the reader’s imagination to life. Some early prints by Bhanubhakta Acharya Ramayan did not have …

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In the 1st film without his brother, Joel Coen distills ‘Macbeth’ to the bone

NEW YORK (AP) – In Joel and Ethan Coen’s “Inside Llewyn Davis”, Oscar Isaac’s folk musician tries to fend for himself, without his longtime partner. He’s going to Chicago to audition for Bud Grossman, who has the damning judgment: People need time to get to know you, he says, and …

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2021 in the books: “Everything seems magnified” | Chicago News

American poet Amanda Gorman reads her commissioned poem “The Hill We Go Up” during the 59th Presidential Inauguration at the United States Capitol in Washington on January 20, 2021. (AP Photo / Patrick Semansky, Pool, File) NEW YORK (AP) – Books and authors counted in 2021, sometimes more than the …

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Film review: “Martin Eden by Jack London”: an intimate and poignant narration | Vermont Arts

‘Jack London’s Martin Eden’, the latest film from Vermont filmmaker Jay Craven, tells the semi-autobiographical London story of an uneducated sailor who strives to become a sophisticated writer despite the human cost – to others, but mainly for himself. Written and directed by Craven, this feature film is as compelling …

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Express editors recommend: books to watch in 2022

(PenguinRandom House, non-fiction) Ramchandra Guha’s new book (Source: Amazon.in) Historian Ramachandra Guha’s new book looks at the lives and legacies of seven foreigners who joined India’s struggle for freedom. To be released in January, Rebels Against the Raj tells the story of four men and three women – four of …

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Utah school district to remove two books from library shelves

SALT LAKE CITY (AP) – A Utah school district is removing two books from libraries following a parent complaint. The Washington County School District in southern Utah will be removing the award-winning books “Out of Darkness” and “The Hate U Give,” communications director Steven Dunham told KTVX. The first book …

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Electronic Grade PI Films Market Trends Reviewed for 2020 with Industry Outlook to 2025

The report aims to offer a clear picture of the current scenario and future growth of the global electronic grade IP films market. The report provides a scrupulous analysis of the global market by comprehensively examining several factors of the Electronic Grade PI Film market such as vital segments, regional …

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Investigations into the Literary History of Duluth, continued: Duluth Benedictine Books

It appears (from the archives of the Online Computer Library Center and the books I found at Gabriel’s house) that Duluth Benedictine Books was a brief experience of recording the lives and institutions of the sisters who live in St. Scholastic. (I just finished a jar of strawberry rhubarb jam …

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Kazakh film “Poet” enters the program of the 72nd Berlin International Film Festival

NUR-SULTAN – “Akyn” (“Poet”) a movie directed by Kazakh director Darezhan Omirbayev is among the top ten titles at Forum 2022 – a prestigious program of the 72nd Berlin International Film Festival, better known as Berlinale, one of the largest annual film festivals in the world, Kazakhfilm press service reports. …

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Reading Room: Daring Dating App in ‘Shot in the Dark’ Mystery | Opinion

EDITOR’S NOTE: Starting this year, PR book reviewer Thomas Grant Bruso is introducing a five-star rating system to provide an “at-a-glance” overview of each book. The odds are as follows: 1 star = a snoozer. 2 stars = lukewarm. 3 stars = friendly. 4 stars = Excellent. 5 stars = …

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KS Sethumadhavan death news: legendary filmmaker KS Sethumadhavan dies at 90

THIRUVANANTHAPURAM: Legendary award-winning filmmaker KS Sethumadhavan, who has directed a handful of iconic and groundbreaking films in Malayalam, has died at his Chennai residence, film industry sources said on Friday. He was 90 years old and was not doing well for a while due to age-related illnesses, they said. A …

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Joel Coen on ‘The Tragedy Of Macbeth’ and his future plans with his brother

Joel Coen unveiled his vision for Macbeth’s tragedy, his debut as a solo director, as well as the possibility of working with his brother again in the future. The Coen Brothers – the directorial team of Joel Coen and his brother Ethan – have recorded a string of critical hits …

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Joan Didion’s 7 best books, from essays to fiction

On Thursday, it was announced that prolific writer Joan Didion had passed away at the age of 87. An executive at her publisher, Knopf, confirmed the author’s death to TODAY in an email and said Didion died at her Manhattan home from Parkinson’s disease. Here, we bring together seven needed …

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fishing app gives a better overview of the Bighorn river | Wild montana

“With lower flow rates, higher concentrations of some of the monitored parameters were expected,” wrote Kendall Ard, a Rocky Mountain College student who served as a water quality monitoring intern. Higher nitrogen concentrations will fuel algae growth, which will lead to lower water clarity, Ard noted. Pelicans: Because large white …

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Heart pump saves life of former APP columnist Michael Riley

Editor’s Note: Michael Riley, a South Amboy resident and longtime journalist popular with Asbury Park Press readers for his humorous and touching columns, retired in 2015. Last year he suffered a rescue operation at the Jersey Shore Medical University of Hackensack Meridian Health. Center in Neptune. Here he tells us …

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Gurugram residents can benefit from mental health services with the ‘I Will Care’ app

To make mental health services accessible to residents of Gurugram, the Gurugram District Administration, in collaboration with DLF Foundation and ePsyclinic, launched “I Will CARE”, a mental health services app. Officials said the app provides artificial intelligence-based counseling and cognitive behavioral therapy via a chatbot, personalized therapy services, and access …

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Android 13 could let users set language settings for each app

Months before Google rolled out the first stable version of Android 12 to the Pixel line, we started seeing news about Android’s next major update – Android 13. We first learned the name Android 13’s dessert – Tiramisu – in July this year, shortly after Google released Android 12 Beta …

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“For Brown Girls” + More of the best books of 2021 by Latinas

It has been such a good year for Latinx literature! So many amazingly talented Latinx authors have released new books this year that we honestly couldn’t even keep up with. There are even more exciting Latinx books coming out in 2022, but until they drop, we’re going to take some …

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World’s First Sanskrit Science Film Documenting ISRO’s Mars Orbiter Mission

Don’t be surprised if you find difficult space exploration theories and technical jargon relating to rocket science used in Sanskrit, the ancient language of Vedas and mantras, in a movie. A classic-language science documentary, considered the first such initiative in world cinema, will soon captivate moviegoers with the success story …

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India Today Group Updates Short Video News App Tak

India Today Group is updating its short video news app Tak with content differentiation, personalization and better engagement. The app is a pool of 18 channels offering content in 11 genres in four languages, covering national, regional and special interest segments. The Tak app also introduced the Fatak feature to …

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The CBC Books Holiday Gift Guide

Still looking for that last minute giveaway? Check out CBC Books’ Holiday Gift Guides for everyone on your shopping list! Hana Khan Continues is a novel by Uzma Jalaluddin. (HarperCollins, Andrea Stenson) Our favorite : Hana Khan continues by Uzma Jalaluddin Hana Khan continues is a romantic comedy by Uzma …

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“The Matrix Resurrections” Builds On The Film Series’ Queer Legacy

Photograph courtesy of Warner Bros. PicturesIts importance to LGBTQ + communities runs deeper than ever. By Nathalie Michie Date December 22, 2021 Like many other children of the 90s, Myriad Augustine was a fan of The matrix. But as a trans, non-binary person, their connection to the film series meant …

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“The Tender Bar” review: George Clooney’s film adaptation does not live up to its source

Through Seattle Times art critic Film critic “The Tender Bar”, the memoir written by JR Moehringer, is an excellent book. “The Tender Bar”, the movie directed by George Clooney, is just a decent movie. Something gets lost along the way, and it’s not surprising; Moehringer’s book, a dense tale of …

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The world’s first Sanskrit science film to portray the “Mangalyaan” saga

Thiruvananthapuram: Don’t be surprised if you find difficult space exploration theories and technical jargons relating to rocket science used in Sanskrit, the ancient language of vedas and mantras, in a movie. A classic-language science documentary, considered the first such initiative in world cinema, will soon win over moviegoers with the …

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The 11 best books we read in 2021

Whether it’s fiction or non-fiction, old or new, these are the books the staff at the Greenville Journal have loved reading (or re-reading) this year. “Green lights” by Matthew McConaughey Behind each person hides a story. In it, Oscar-winning actor Matthew McConaughey reflects on his life and tells the “go-ahead” …

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Xi’an residents report health app crashes amid virus surge

Residents of Xi’an city in the northwest of the country have complained that their mobile QR codes, which serve as a virtual health passport, crashed after an uptick in COVID-19 this week, disrupting the daily activities. The sudden increase in the number of residents accessing the “One Code Pass” app …

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The vaccine passport application is still in preparation

Gov. Charlie Baker said Wednesday that a vaccine passport app may “soon” be available to vaccinated residents of Massachusetts and other states who want to show proof of a COVID-19 vaccination. Baker made the comment while appearing on GBH’s Boston Public Radio. He wasn’t ready to provide any additional details …

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Southern Utah School District Bans Two Historically Relevant Books After Parent Complains

ST. GEORGE, Utah (ABC4) – After a parent’s complaint in Washington County, the local school district is removing two historically relevant books from its libraries. “We asked a parent to challenge these two books, Out of the darkness and The hate you give,Says Steven Dunham, communications director for the Washington …

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Film review on the road

On paper, there was no one better than director Walter Salles to lead the big-screen adaptation of Jack Kerouac’s much-revered Rhythm Generation epic, On The Road, The Travel Diary. partly autobiographical and on the state of the nation. novel that occupies a place among the upper echelons of American literature. …

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Patriki Film Festival launches open call for its first digital film competition – The Calvert Journal

Now in its 4th edition, the Patriki Film Festival in Russia calls on international filmmakers working in all genres to submit their films and TV shows for competition. Darren Aronofsky, American director, screenwriter and producer, who won the prestigious Golden Lion award at the 2008 Venice Film Festival for his …

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The relationship between objective commitment to application and medication adherence in asthma and COPD: a retrospective analysis

Recruitment and eligibility The data used in this retrospective analysis was collected from participants who registered with a digital self-management platform (Propeller Health, WI, USA) between January 2018 and March 2019. Participants who registered with the platform were recruited through social media campaigns (eg, Facebook ads), and had to own …

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Chautauqua Literary Arts partners with the JHS class to present “Holidays in Poetry”

WRFA Jason sample speak with Sony Ton Aime, Michael I. Rudell Director of Literary Arts at Chautauqua Institution, and Betsy Rowe-Baehr, English teacher at Jamestown High School. The two share details about Holidays in poetry – a new community project combining poetry and the holidays. Part of the project involved …

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Fresenius Medical Care launches new mobile app to empower and engage nurses

HONG KONG – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Fresenius Medical Care, the world’s leading provider of products and services for people with kidney disease, today announced the launch of Carrie, a tailored mobile app that connects, educates and supports nurses and teams Fresenius Kidney Care clinics in the Asia Pacific Region. As …

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Superintendent issues decisive vote to remove 2 pounds from Washington County schools – St George News

The Washington County School District office at 121 W. Tabernacle St., St. George, Utah March 29, 2021 | Photo by Ammon Teare, St. George News ST. GEORGE –A parental complaint led to the removal of two books from the shelves of libraries in the Washington County School District. Two books …

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The tender bar | Cinematic threat

NEW ON AMAZON PRIME! at George Clooney The tender bar is based on the memoir of author JR Moehringer. Look, I never heard from this guy, and I didn’t read anything he wrote. But, who am I to say you can’t make a movie about a complete stranger? Nonetheless, Moehringer’s …

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Pittsburgh booksellers receive vacation bonuses from author James Patterson | Literary arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge CP photo: Jared Wickerham Lea Bickerton, winner of The Tiny Bookstore’s Holiday Bookstore Bonus Program in the North Hills One of America’s most commercially successful authors decided to help independent bookstores, including those in Pittsburgh. James Patterson, the best-known writer for his Alex Cross series, has donated …

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Mags Lybolt launches two new inspiring books

COLORADO, USA, December 20, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – Magdalena “Mags” Lybolt is a seasoned author with a unique approach to her writing. In the past, she has published titles under a pseudonym in order to escape the very personal process of a book reaching a reader through a meaningful and sometimes …

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Latifa bint Mohammed affirms Dubai Culture’s commitment to enhance the ecosystem of the film and animation industry

His Highness Sheikha Latifa bint Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, president of the Dubai Culture and Arts Authority (Dubai Culture) and member of the Dubai Council, summoned his latest Majlis which brought together filmmakers, animators and creators from the entertainment industry. UAE based game at Le Pôle Jeunesse at EXPO …

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Liquid Film Photosensitive Resins Market Outlook to 2027 by Application, End User and Geography

The updated research report on Liquid Film Photosensitive Resin Market involves a complete decomposition of the behavior of this business sphere and illustrates its future performance to help businesses and other stakeholders make decisions that promise a significant revenue stream in the years to come. He recommends various methods to …

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BEYOND THE LOCAL: Dating app users disclose STI and vaccine status, queer apps lead the way

Apps make it easy for people to find more partners, but that doesn’t mean apps increase transmission of STIs. This article from Anthony Fong, University of Toronto originally appeared on Conversation and is published here with permission. You’ve decided to date this stranger you met online, despite the growing number …

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10 Christmas movies based on books

It’s no secret that Hollywood often takes inspiration from best-selling books to create phenomenal and often record breaking movies. While it can be frustrating for audiences to constantly pay for “non-original” content, Hollywood can sometimes be successful in choosing which written works to turn into films. RELATED: 10 Best Santa …

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Nightmare Alley Movie Review – Globe of Books and Movies

Guillermo del Toro’s new film Nightmare Alley is presented as a throwback to the classic era of noir cinema and literature. It has all the elements and the atmosphere: shadows, a femme fatale, a doomed protagonist. In fact, it’s a remake of a classic 1940s film noir starring Tyrone Power, …

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BOOKS: The best sports writing of the year offers more than game by game | Books & Literature

This certainly proves the caliber of writing included in this year’s book, which also features such articles as “The Confederate Flag Has Finally Gone to NASCAR Races, and I won’t miss it for a second” by Ryan McGee, published premiered in ESPN, June 10, 2020; “Their son’s heart saved his …

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BEYOND THE LOCAL: Dating app users disclose STI and vaccine status and queer apps lead the way

Apps make it easy for people to find more partners, but that doesn’t mean apps increase STI transmission. This article from Antoine Fong, University of Toronto originally appeared on Conversation and is published here with permission. You’ve decided to date that stranger you met online, despite the rise in COVID-19 …

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Buy small at Charm City Books

Charm City Books is an independent bookstore and gathering space in historic Pigtown. Daven Ralston is the owner and founder of Charm City Books. Her husband, Joe Carlson, is the Director of Programming and Outreach. They both share a passion for literature and create a supportive space for the people …

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Penguin acquires two new titles from filmmaker Satyajit Ray

Penguin Random House India has announced the acquisition of two new book titles by the late legendary filmmaker Satyajit Ray.These unreleased tracks by the extraordinary artist, edited by his son Sandip Ray, will be released under the aegis of “The Penguin Ray Library” from 2023. The first title, “Feluda in …

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Polyester Film For Electrical Insulation Market 2021 Emerging Trends And Advancement Prospects 2026

The research literature on Polyester film for the electrical insulation market provides valuable insight into the aspects likely to govern the trajectory of the business sphere. It details the growth drivers as well as the challenges faced by new entrants, investors and this vertical as a whole. Summary According to …

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Parents sue Wake County Sheriff for obscene books in district – The North State Journal

RALEIGH – Nine criminal complaints were filed on November 30 with the Wake County Sheriff’s Office over what parents say are obscene and pornographic books in Wake County public school libraries. The complaints were all filed separately, one being filed by Julie Anne, the Wake County chapter of Moms for …

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Is “The Power of the Dog” a vampire movie? Why the film’s cinematographer won’t rule it out

(Disclaimer: This article contains spoilers for the plot and ending of “The Power of the Dog“.) Vampires, as Bram Stoker explained, can take many forms. Stoker was referring to his most famous character, Count Dracula, and his ability to transform into a bat, dog, or wolf. But vampire mythology can …

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Peter Dinklage shines but the songs are forgettable

This review of “Cyrano” was first published on September 3, after the premiere of “Cyrano” at Telluride 2021. It’s a time-old tale: someone loves someone who loves someone else entirely. This particular type of pain and desire was immortalized forever in Edmond Rostand’s play “Cyrano de Bergerac” in the 19th …

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Seattle-area book lovers share their holiday literary traditions, from gifted books to readings

Somehow another year has passed and we again approach the holidays with the caution and hope necessary to weather a pandemic. But if there’s one thing that remains consistent in the Pacific Northwest, it’s that the darkness and rain of winter are great for reading. With the season of giving …

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SonicJobs recruitment app secures £ 4million in funding to end ‘spam’ process

News Business Friday December 17, 2021 12:30 p.m. GMT A recruitment app that aims to change the ‘spam’ process of applying for jobs online will unveil a funding injection of $ 5.5million (£ 4.2million) next week. Sky News can reveal that SonicJobs, which was founded in 2017 by Mikhil Raja, …

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Movie Review: The Lost Girl

Breadcrumb Links Movies Culture Maggie Gyllenhaal’s directorial debut is a fascinating and nuanced look at motherhood Author of the article: Chris knight Olivia Colman (pictured) stars as Leda, with Jessie Buckley as younger. Photo by Netflix The opinions and recommendations are impartial and the products are selected independently. Postmedia may …

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Polystyrene Films Market Global Outlook 2021, Research, Trends and Forecast to 2026

This comprehensive report on Polystyrene Film provides real insight into the statistics and status of the global market. Its scope study ranges from the market situation to comparative pricing between major players, spending in specific market areas and profits. It represents a comprehensive and succinct analysis report of major competitors …

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Jane Austen Day | 5 film adaptations of the iconic author that you MUST discover – Designer Women

On December 16 (today) we celebrate the birth of one of the most important authors of all time: Jane Austen. The British novelist, known for many titles which have made the list of the most acclaimed works in literature, had as her main styles the critique of the sensibility of …

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Add These Birds & The Environment Books To Your Holiday Reading List

Photo: People Images / iStock Even the most outdoor enthusiast can relish the time spent indoors when the holidays draw near. While This year may have had its ups and downs, there was no shortage of excellent books – both fiction and non-fiction – on birds, nature and the environment …

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Most Popular Library Books Borrowed From Christchurch Revealed

Ben Kendrew has a personal reason for reading New Zealand’s most sought-after non-fiction book in Christchurch libraries this year. He recently discovered his Maori heritage and wanted to learn more about the language and culture. “My mother, who was adopted, found out that her biological father was Maori,” he said. …

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Programming of the 2022 Miami Jewish Film Festival: “iMordecai”, “Persian Lessons”, “Ahed’s Knee”

Next month the Miami Jewish Film Festival celebrates its Silver Jubilee by bringing the best of Jewish cinema to South Florida audiences. Such a monumental achievement requires a certain level of pomp and circumstance, so that the 2022 lineup marks the festival’s most comprehensive program, consisting of 148 films, including …

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event to present workshops, conferences, film screenings and more

The Al Burda Festival, which was developed by the UAE Ministry of Culture and Youth in 2018, will return to Expo 2020 Dubai after being postponed last year due to the pandemic. The event celebrates Islamic arts with its annual program of cultural activities open to the public. It will …

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Best Books of 2021 | geek lair

Redeemer by Jordan Ifueko Ifueko Raybearer was one of the 2020 reads that I loved so much so I had really high expectations for this sequel, which fulfilled them all. Redeemer picks up the story of the Redemptive Empress Tarisai, who pledged to end a treaty that sacrifices children in …

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🌱 Washington County Home app + Human trafficking arrests made

Get up, Marietta! Catch up with each other to start this day on an informed note. Here’s everything you need to know today in Marietta. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Costs; a little rain in the afternoon. High: 62 Low: 38. Here are the best stories …

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