Monthly Archives: March 2022

Books for Fans of Historical K-Dramas

This content contains affiliate links. When you purchase through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. I am new to K-dramas. I haven’t watched that many yet. But the ones I finished, I really liked them. They tend to be well-constructed and developed stories with a cast of characters …

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Tamil Director Jayabharati’s Crowdfunded Film Kudisai Ends 43 Years in Release

Tamil director Jayabharati explored the idea of ​​making films with unconventional themes in the 1970s. The director made his first film, Kudisai, with crowdfunding. Kudisai was released on March 30, 1979 and has been preserved in the National Film Archives of India. The film ended 43 years after its release. …

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🌱 Portsmouth Daily: the music hall gets a makeover; obituaries; Film festival; Continued

Hello Portsmouth! Tony Schinella here. It’s Thursday, so let’s start with everything you need to know about what’s happening in town today. First, today’s weather forecast: A shower; fog this morning. High: 56 Low: 51. Today’s newsletter is brought to you in part by Ring, a partner of the Patch …

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The most popular WhatsApp app among Saudis: Poll

“Sending Aya Back” – a heartbreaking documentary about a Syrian refugee in Denmark LONDON: Britain’s The Guardian newspaper published a documentary film on Friday that tells the story of Aya Abu-Daher, a 19-year-old Syrian refugee in Denmark whose residence permit was revoked, leaving her facing deportation. “Sending Aya Back,” directed …

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Holder of a doctoral scholarship, employment in film history at the UNIVERSITY OF ANTWERP

Let’s shape the future – University of Antwerp the University of Antwerp is a dynamic and forward-looking European university. We provide innovative academic training to more than 20,000 students, conduct pioneering scientific research and play an important role as a service provider in society. We are one of the largest, …

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Best selling books in Canada for the week ending March 30, 2022

Never underestimate the power of reprinting. Example: the pocket book of Jann ArdenThe best-selling memoir of 2020 “If I Knew Then” is No. 1 on the Canadian non-fiction list. But even that first rank doesn’t reflect how well he’s doing. It was the best-selling non-fiction book in Canada last week, …

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UO International Undergraduate Literary Arts Review – The Oakland Post

Now in its seventh volume, UO’s international undergraduate literary arts journal The Oakland Arts Review (OAR) continues to progress – providing students with professional writing and publishing experience and connecting the university to the wider world of contemporary literature. With the the average lifespan of literary journals being one to …

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Take a masterclass on cinema during the pandemic ‹ Literary Hub

Of all the relationships that have risen and fallen in the midst of the pandemic, one person I never expected to form a meaningful friendship with was a deceased film critic. I work in the book industry, and one of my first acquisitions from Random House’s “free library” was The …

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Why are food books suddenly so popular at Petaluma?

Best-selling titles at Copperfield’s Books, Petaluma, for the week of March 21-27, 2021. It’s not uncommon for a cookbook or two to pop, cut, or make their way onto the local bestseller list every once in a while. Sometimes it’s a book that just focuses on food but without all …

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Allegheny County Libraries Launches New App for Borrowers Across the Region | Literary Arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge CP Photo: Jared Wickerham Stacks at the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh in Carrick Book lovers have long been able to access materials from the Carnegie Library of Pittsburgh online through its Overdrive and Libby apps. Now, borrowers across the region, including those with CLP, …

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Coaching, app use could reduce some types of food waste at home |

COLUMBUS – One-on-one coaching coupled with a tracking app could help families dramatically reduce certain types of food waste, helping to fight climate change. That’s a conclusion of a recent study co-led by Brian Roe, the Fred N. VanBuren Professor of Agricultural Management at the Ohio State University College of …

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Study: Coaching and using apps could reduce food waste at home

By Kurt Knebusch | The Ohio State University COLUMBUS, Ohio—One-on-one coaching paired with a tracking app could help families dramatically reduce certain types of food waste, helping to fight climate change. This is the result of a recent study co-led by Brian RoeFred N. VanBuren Professor of Agricultural Management at …

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9 non-fiction books about disability written by people of marginalized genders

This content contains affiliate links. When you purchase through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. When the literary world celebrates marginalized voices in literature, I rarely see disabled, chronically ill, d/deaf, and neurodivergent writers promoted by non-disabled media. Or, if they are featured, their disabilities are erased from …

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Company beams with success, with product used in Bond movie

MOST people watch a Bond film for the car chases and glamorous locations – but staff at one Bingley company have tuned in hoping to spot a heater. One of many stylish products sold by Feature Radiators – T&A’s Trader of the Week – featured prominently in James Bond’s posh …

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Case of the bulli bai application: Sulli Deals, the creators of the Bulli Bai application have been released on bail

New Delhi: The alleged masterminds behind derogatory apps “Sulli Deals” and “Bulli Bai” were released on bail by a local court in the nation’s capital on Monday, an official said. KPS Deputy Commissioner of Police Malhotra told IANS that the main grounds for granting bail to the defendants – app …

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BeReal social media app offers students simplicity and spontaneity

If it seems like students in the lunchroom or library often pull out all their phones and excitedly take selfies at the same time, it’s probably no coincidence. They are not being mass brainwashed: they are using BeReal, a social media app founded in 2020. As its name suggests, BeReal …

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UC Graduate Teaching Assistant on Poetry and the Value of the Literary Arts | News

Cara Dees, PhD candidate at the University of Cincinnati for creative writing. Provided | Cara Dee When you walk into a Zoom conference with Cara Dees, she immediately offers insight into her love for writing and literature right through her living room. As she excuses herself to make herself a …

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New research app gleans ‘collective consciousness’ from massive research database

the PubMed database contains over 33 million articles that represent the “collective consciousness” of what humans know about biomedicine. It is impossible for researchers to keep up with this vast literature where more than 1,000 new articles are added daily. A new web application, Kinder Miner Webdeveloped by Ron Stewart’s …

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Legislation to Ease Georgia’s Book Ban Sparks Conversation About Including Minorities in School Curriculum

Georgia lawmakers are working on Senate Bill 226, which aims to make it easier for parents to ban books in their children’s school district. The bill would allow parents to flag any material for immediate review by the director, essentially immediately suspending it from the reading list. The director (or …

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Paramount is developing Wes Ball’s HG Wells movie; Laura Gillis Scripting – Deadline

EXCLUSIVE: Paramount Pictures is in early development on an untitled project from HG Wells of OddBall Entertainment’s Wes Ball, under his Paramount Players label. Although specific information about the Wells novel at its center has not been released, we learn that it will be a very loose adaptation of the …

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New app makes it easier to send money to Cuba from the US

Photo courtesy of RevoluGROUP/Twitter. After previous administration stopped Remittances to Cuba In November 2020, millions of Cuban Americans struggled to find a way to send money to their families on the island. However, an announcement from Canadian company RevoluGROUP last week eased their concerns. During a press conference in Miami, …

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Best CODA Film, as Jane Campion wins Director’s Award

CODA was released by Apple TV+, which beat out Netflix competitor Campion’s The power of the dog and other mainstream Hollywood studio entries. Sian Heder holds up his Oscar for Best Adapted Screenplay for CODA. PA “I really want to thank the academy for recognizing a film of love and …

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10 Gaming History Books Gamers Will Love

Everyone loves video games, but very few people know about their history, the grueling amount of work that goes into their development, and the stories behind some of the most popular titles. Fortunately, over the past 10 years there have been tons of great books written about the gaming industry, …

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Best Selling Books of the Week Ending March 20 | Books

Here are Publishers Weekly’s best-selling books for the week ending March 19. 1. “Run, Rose, Run” • Patterson/Parton 2. “The Match” • Harlan Coben 3. “Shadow Reel” • CJ Box 4. “The Parisian Apartment” • Lucy Foley 5. “High Stakes” • Danielle Steel 6. “The Lightning Rod” • Brad Meltzer …

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A Local’s Guide to Udine, Italy: Modern Art and Cinema in a Former Ancient Capital | Holidays in Italy

Food We are spoiled for choice for eating in Udine. Prices are reasonable and Friulano’s cuisine is totally delicious. Don’t miss Al Vecchio Stallo, where I like the contrast between the two grizzled owners who crack jokes and only speak Friulano with the cooks, who are two bubbly West African …

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March 27 Bookmarks | Books

Vineyards of Revelation in Madison will feature a Book World Meets Wine World event with author Andy Straka, whose latest book is “Split City,” from 3-7 p.m. Friday. Ten percent of the day’s proceeds will be donated to Adult and Family Education Services of the Literacy Council of Madison County. …

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Kashmir Files film reclassified in New Zealand

indian movie The Kashmir Files has been reclassified and audiences aged 18 or over will be able to see it in cinemas next week, New Zealand chief censor David Shanks said today. The Kashmir Files is a 2022 Indian Hindi drama film about the exodus of Hindus during the 1990 …

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Books and fashion: a permanent love affair

Deeply embedded in pop culture, fashion has had a parallel and even more intimate relationship for years, even decades, with another form of art which, like fashion, has long been concerned with the expression of ideals. of beauty. By Virginia Woolf Orlando to the manuscripts of Jack Kerouac and Truman …

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‘Along for the Ride’: Everything We Know About Netflix’s Rom-Com Movie

Netflix unveils the official trailer for “Along for the Ride”. It was added to Netflix’s collection of teen rom-coms on Netflix and also became such a live-action adaptation of Sarah Dessen’s novel of that exact name. Netflix also picked up all four of Dessen’s works for such an adaptation and …

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Meaning and sensitivity: why books must destabilize us

The way words reflect and shape reality is at the heart of a hidden war going on within the UK publishing industry, linked to what is known in the trade as ‘sensitive readings’. These independent reports commissioned by a publisher to ensure that a book will not offend potential readers …

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Top 7 Websites to Check Android App Rankings

When you search for an app on Google Play, hundreds of similar apps are displayed. This is where leaderboards come in handy. You can choose the best app in the category based on its position on the top chart. Luckily, several websites share these leaderboards for Android apps. These sites …

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Master: the horror film that educates American higher education

With a horror movie that suggests that American higher education is hopelessly committed to racial and sexual exploitation, Mariama Diallo does nothing but thank the academy for the way it has taught her. “The film can be read as a polemic against academia,” Ms. Diallo admitted with great understatement in …

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Author Davis rides ‘Last Professional’ in readers’ books

Glen Ellen author Ed Davis will kick off a nationwide book release tour for his new novel, “The Last Professional,” on Wednesday, March 30 at Readers’ Books. “The Last Professional” tells the story of two men who bond on the rails, “members of a dying breed”, according to a description …

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Digital therapy company MetaMe prepares US launch of IBS pain app

Prescription Digital Therapeutics Cabinet MetaMe Healthwho is gearing up to launch her app for IBS-related abdominal pain later this year, enlisted consulting services Indegene to facilitate market access and other aspects of deployment. Double Regulorathe prescription app has been authorized by the United States Food and Drug Administration at the …

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Historical holy sites app wins Hajj and Umrah challenge

RIYADH: This year’s King Faisal Prize winners received their awards in a glittering ceremony in Riyadh on Tuesday. The annual gongs – held under the auspices of King Salman – are the most prestigious in the Muslim world and reward outstanding achievement in services to Islam, Islamic studies, Arabic language …

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Pear Therapeutics joins Epic App Orchard to enable tracking of its digital therapies

Pear Therapeutics (Nasdaq: PEAR) today announced that its PearConnect platform is now available in the Epic App Orchard Gallery. By making PearConnect available to healthcare providers through the Epic App Orchard Gallery, providers implementing the app will be able to access PearConnect within Epic’s electronic health record (EHR) platform, allowing …

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Literary/artistic fair for 30 days of inspiration

Artists and poets will read and discuss their work featured in 30 Days of Inspiration, the Bucks County Arts and Culture Council’s social media campaign, featuring a poem paired with an artwork for each day of April in honor of National Poetry Month. Join us for a relaxed discussion and …

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There’s no shame in the dating app game

Morgan Dowler | Designer By the Editorial Board How many times have you heard someone say they would be willing to try dating apps but didn’t want someone they know to see them there? There’s an incredible stigma around apps like Bumble, Hinge, and (especially) Tinder that keeps people from …

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Chronicle: Memoirs, autobiographies and a summer of second-hand library sales | Community

Over the past month, I’ve read autobiographical books by two cultural icons that challenge Cold War values, suburban fears, comfortable social stereotypes, and television humor that requires a laugh track. First published in 1974, Angela Davis’ ‘An Autobiography’ focuses on her 18 months of solitary confinement in prison, first in …

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Designing a Collaborative Cancer Prevention Goal-Setting Mobile App for Non-Hispanic Black Patients in Primary Care: An Iterative and Qualitative Patient-Driven Process

This article was originally published here Form JMIR Res. 2022 Mar 24;6(3):e28157. doi: 10.2196/28157. ABSTRACT BACKGROUND: There remains a need to engage at-risk primary care populations in cancer prevention behaviors, yet primary care physicians often lack the time or resources to discuss these behaviors with their patients. OBJECTIVE: The objective …

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Systematic app store and literature review

Context: Accurate and user-friendly assessment tools to quantify alcohol consumption are a prerequisite for effective interventions to reduce alcohol-related harm. Digital assessment tools (DATs) that allow description of alcoholic beverages consumed through animation features can facilitate more accurate reporting than conventional approaches. Objective: This review aims to identify and characterize …

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Best Christopher Lee Movie Villains, Ranked

There are few actors in the history of cinema who have embodied the face of villainy quite like Christopher Lee. During his incredible 244 screen credits in films and TV shows, the great British actor has portrayed villains from literature, fantasy, science fiction, Shakespeare and some of the most popular …

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Must-see movies at the Sonoma International Film Festival, plus new animation from Richard Linklater

The Sonoma International Film Festival turns 25 this week, and my, oh my, how the organizers are pulling out all the stops to celebrate this milestone. The festivities kick off with a bang on Wednesday, with a special screening of the screwed-up comedy adventure by Sandra Bullock/Channing Tatum “The Lost …

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Florida Panthers partner with FlexIt personal training app

The PitchCom electronic pitch calling device is tested in spring training games and practices by MLB teams. The device is intended to prevent backboard theft and improve the pace of play. Clubs using PitchCom this spring include the Tampa Bay Rays, Kansas City Royals, Colorado Rockies and New York Mets. …

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4 Renowned NC-Connected Authors to Visit App State This Spring | mountain weather

BOONE — This spring, four acclaimed authors will visit Appalachian State University, in person and virtually, as part of App State’s Hughlene Bostian Frank Guest Writer Series. Their award-winning works span a range of writing genres, including poetry, fiction, and non-fiction. Guest authors, in order of appearance: fiction writer, poet …

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Coe College is hosting a series of films about the impact of incarceration

The college recently received the Iowa Humanities Project grant for its discussion of free movies Coe College’s Hickok Hall is shown on September 15, 2017. (Jim Slosiarek/The Gazette) Coe College recently received the Iowa Humanities Project grant for its Free Movie Discussion Series. The grant, from the Iowa Department of …

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Can literature rise up against Russia’s war in Ukraine?

While Ralf Nestmeyer, vice-president of the German PEN Center, was on his way to the Leipzig Book Fair, he saw many Ukrainian refugees fleeing the invading Russian army: at Nuremberg train station, during a change of train in Halle and arriving in Leipzig. He told the anecdote during an introduction …

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New to renting? This app founded by NYU Alumni can help – Washington Square News

Renting in New York is tough, but your friends on social media might help simplify your search. Nicholas Szuch, (NYU, 2015), co-founder of Lettey, a new app that for the first time harnesses the power of social media to help renters find apartments. There’s a lot to like about going …

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Kazakh film “Mukagali” enters 26th International Film Festival as part of Kerala program

NUR-SULTAN – Drama film “Mukagali” directed by Bolat Kalymbetov will premiere at the 26th International Film Festival of Kerala (IFFK) which started on March 18 and will run until March 25 in the Indian city of Thiruvananthapuram, according to the Kazakhfilm studio. The filming of “Mukagali” started in the summer …

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‘It’s just a movie about heartbreak and love,’ says director of Japan’s first Oscar nominee | Oscars 2022

When Parasite won the Best Picture Oscar of 2020, it was seen as a long-awaited recognition of South Korean cinematic mastery. Bong Joon-ho’s black comedy about two families on opposite ends of the country’s social spectrum was the first non-English language production in the 94-year Oscars history to win in …

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Huawei Quick Center updated to app version 12.0.3.300, check what’s new

Google Mail Service – Gmail is getting a new app update that comes with version 2022.04.03.441053331. Therefore, to install this update users need to download the application update package size of 61.3 megabytes. According to the information, the latest version of the Gmail app brings fixes for some known bugs …

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Books by Ukrainian authors fly off the shelves as UK readers continue to support the country

Books by Ukrainian authors are flying off the shelves as British readers continue to support the beleaguered country – but sales of classic Russian literature have also soared Works by Ukrainian Andrey Kurkov saw sales increase by 848% Books by Leo Tolstoy, including War and Peace, increased by 30% Tom …

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Game of Thrones: 5 major characters from the books that the TV series did not show us

When converting the books into a TV series, HBO’s Game of Thrones had to make some changes. Of course, this is the structure of the platform. Fans of the HBO epic are now using scorecards to keep track of all the Starks, Lannisters, Tullys, Wildlings, Greyjoys, Boltons, Freys and other …

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Jung Woo Returns To The Big Screen As A Gangster In Film Noir “Hot Blooded”

“Hot Blooded” cast members Ji Seung-hyun, Jung Woo, and Lee Hong-nae pose before a press conference at Yongsan CGV in Seoul on Wednesday. (Kidari Studio) Jung Woo, who shot to fame with the tvN drama “Reply 1994,” returns to the big screen as third-rate mobster Hee-su in the film noir …

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Dr. Seuss’ legacy to be revitalized with new books by diverse artists – The Ticker

US Army Garrison Casey | Flickr A year after six Dr. Seuss titles ended due to racist imagery, Dr. Seuss Enterprises is determined to publish new books from the unique perspective of various artists, featuring never-before-seen sketches of Seuss. Company officials have yet to release more information about the project. …

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Chinese books find overseas audiences

Children display Chinese learning cards in front of an exhibition stand of the Confucius Institute of the University of Vienna during the Vienna International Book Fair in November 2021.[Photo/Xinhua] More and more of the country’s contemporary authors and new translations of ancient literary classics are proving popular with overseas readers, …

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Jewish Film Festival Returns to Mandell JCC in West Hartford – We-Ha

The Mandell Jewish Community Center will celebrate the 26th Annual Hartford Jewish Film Festival with the return of in-person screening of Jewish cinema, featuring contemporary and classic films, March 24-April 10. Submitted After nearly two years of movies streaming, the Mandell JCC is thrilled to celebrate the return of in-person …

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Russia Blocks App Store For Its Citizens

According to a Twitter source, Russia has blocked its citizens from the App Store on Friday, March 4, 2022. In these sensitive times, when people are already feeling very agitated by recent military actions and political unrest, the Russian government has cut its citizens off from global media, social platforms …

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Cadott School District Considers Removing Some Books

CADOTT, Wis. (WEAU) — Earlier this year, a parent submitted a request to have 12 books removed from the Cadott School District’s K-6 library. At a special school board meeting Tuesday night, the district held a listening session on six of those books. After receiving this proposal, a committee made …

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‘Rookie’ Writer Turns To Self-Indulgence With Quirky New Film

Pictures | “Go go” – A24 I love a quirky movie as much as the next one, probably even more, but writer/director Mike Mills really pushes the quirkiness factor in “C’mon C’mon.” The film is ultimately saved by performances that stay grounded despite Mills’ tendency to be adorable. Not Joaquin …

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An ethnic woman’s journey to become an award-winning director

Diem won Best Direction at the world’s largest documentary film festival for his ‘Nhung Dua Tre Trong Suong’ (Children Of The Mist) last November. “It was such a big surprise,” she says. While most of the guests at the event were fancifully dressed, Diem wore jeans. On stage, the 30-year-old …

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Children’s books should not be inferior to children’s animation

Children now spend more time watching TV and movies than reading books or listening to stories due to the unfair competition between the worlds of animation and books, and the cultural effects of avoidance books by children will be felt in the future. But Laleh Jafari’s “Don’t Cry, Mr. Cow” …

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Start your new adventure with these Libby App Fiction readings

Run Rose Run by Dolly Parton and James Patterson: Every song tells a story. She’s a rising star, singing about the hard life behind her. She is also on the run. Find a future, lose a past. Nashville is where she came to claim her destiny. It’s also where the …

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Slack’s iPad app gets a makeover

Slack updates its iPad appwith an updated layout that looks more like its desktop experience. iPad app updates include a refreshed sidebar that keeps channels organized and easy to navigate. Sections are now collapsible, allowing users to hide groups of channels and focus only on the most relevant conversations, while …

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Margaret K. McElderry Books celebrates 50 years of “capturing young readers”

In 1944, when transatlantic travel meant a constant threat of torpedoes from German U-boats, librarian Margaret McElderry boarded a freighter bound for London to take a job at the Office of War Intelligence. To soothe the restless nerves of other passengers as their ship sailed through perilous waters, she told …

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Excellence in Literary Arts | University of Wittenberg

Andrew J. Graff, Visiting Assistant Professor of English at the University of Wittenberg, has won a 2022 Ohio Arts Council (OAC) Individual Achievement Award in the fiction category for his debut novel raft of stars. “To learn that I was the recipient of the Ohio Arts Council’s Individual Achievement Award …

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Ravneet Bittu “will ask producers to make a film about terrorism in Punjab”

Vivek Agnihotri’s latest film, The Kashmir Files received an overwhelming response from the public as well as critics and politicians. On Tuesday, former Congress leader Ravneet Singh Bittu praised the team for portraying the plight of Kashmiri pundits. He added that he will personally meet with the producers and crew …

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Upcoming Global Industry Trends, Market Challenges, Share, Size, Growth, Opportunity and Forecast to 2028 – The Bollywood Post

the Film Forming Concrete Sealers Market The research report provides an in-depth analysis of the current trends, latest developments, scenario, market size, various drivers, restraints, and key players along with their profile details. The research report offers the main data for the years 2021 and 2027 and also provides the …

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Delta Literary Arts Society Launches Conversational Reading Series – North Delta Reporter

What do you get when you combine poetry, dance, visual arts and science, add three top local writers and present it all in a state-of-the-art theater? This month, the Delta Literary Arts Society (DLAS) launches its new literary event, InkWellTold, a bimonthly conversational reading series at the new North Delta …

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Delta Literary Arts Society launches talk-reading series – Surrey Now-Leader

What do you get when you combine poetry, dance, visual arts and science, add three top local writers and present it all in a state-of-the-art theater? This month, the Delta Literary Arts Society (DLAS) launches its new literary event, InkWellTold, a bimonthly conversational reading series at the new North Delta …

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Delta Literary Arts Society launches talk-reading series – Peace Arch News

What do you get when you combine poetry, dance, visual arts and science, add three top local writers and present it all in a state-of-the-art theater? This month, the Delta Literary Arts Society (DLAS) launches its new literary event, InkWellTold, a bimonthly conversational reading series at the new North Delta …

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The biography of the late industrialist Rahul Bajaj will be released on March 21

The first authorized biography of the late iconic industrialist and former Bajaj Group Chairman Rahul Bajaj will arrive in the stands on March 21, Penguin Random House (PRHI) announced on Monday. Rahul Bajaj: An Extraordinary Lifewritten by renowned business historian Gita Piramal, chronicles India’s transformation through the life story of …

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Global Stretch Film for Food Packaging Market 2022 COVID-19 Impact Analysis and Key Companies like Mitsubishi Chemical, Glad, Saran, AEP Industries

One of MarketsandResearch.biz the most recent studies, entitled Stretch film for the global food packaging market from 2022 to 2028 gives a detailed analysis of the industry, including product descriptions, market segmentation based on numerous factors, and the current vendor landscape. It offers quantitative market analysis based on annual reports, …

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Former Kardashian app employee speaks out on Kim’s work ethic comments

(Lr) Kim Kardashian West, Khloé Kardashian and Kris Jenner onstage at the 2021 People’s Choice Awards held at Barker Hangar on December 7, 2021 in Santa Monica, California. Credit: Getty Images (Lr) Kim Kardashian West, Khloé Kardashian and Kris Jenner onstage at the 2021 People’s Choice Awards held at Barker …

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Smartphone app calculates your genetic risk for heart disease

A new smartphone app called MyGeneRank has been developed by scientists at the Scripps Research Translational Institute. The app calculates a person’s genetic risk for coronary heart disease and directs high-risk individuals to appropriate medical advice. Coronary heart disease (CAD) is the most common cause of death worldwide. Nearly 20 …

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Looking for the best gas price? There’s now a VI app for that

Motorists looking for the lowest price at the pump as fuel costs soar have a new weapon in their arsenal: the SaveMore VI app developed by Crucian Point LLC. SaveMore VI is available for free download from the iTunes and Google Play stores and contains up-to-date gas prices, and where …

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Telegram is the app of choice in the war in Ukraine despite privacy experts’ concerns

An iPhone screen shows a Telegram account from OVD-Info, a leading legal aid group in Russia that tracks political arrests in Moscow. Alexander Zemlianichenko | PA Artem Kliuchnikov and his family fled Ukraine days before the Russian invasion. Now safe in France with his wife and three of his children, …

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LRCCD Needs to Make Changes and Fully Implement the DUO App – The American River Current

There are issues that affect the ability of students to learn and this does not include the protection of eServices The Los Rios Community College District added the DUO app as a form of two-factor authentication for Canvas in the Spring 2022 semester. Changes need to be made if they …

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YouTube app for Android gets video transcripts

The YouTube app for Android gets a handy little feature that will let you view the full transcript of any video right on the app. The feature was previously limited to the desktop version of YouTube, but now it’s appearing for a few users on Android. android font reports that …

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Dozens of books on Covid experiences published

The Covid pandemic has left its mark on almost every aspect of life over the past two years and literary works were not something exceptional. The spread of the coronavirus has had a profound impact on writers and their writing. The impacts of Covid-19 can also be found at the …

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Book Donation: Local women collect books to give to girls for Women’s History Month | News

Local resident Helen Mountjoy is working to collect donations of books written by or about women to give to Girls Inc. girls for Women’s History Month. The project, Mountjoy said, is not only about empowering women and girls and teaching young Girls Inc. girls about other inspiring women, but also …

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Florida bill makes it easier to ban school books

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other opinion content provide insights into issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom reporters. Sarah Demauro of Coral Springs, parent and co-chair of Moms for Liberty, speaks out against Broward School’s mask mandate at a Broward County School …

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Cinema Paradiso: A dive into the silent film history of Madras

Chennai: The period was named after the famous Sangam academies of poets and scholars based in Madurai. At that time, Iyal, Isai and Natakam, or literature, music and drama, were considered the native art forms. Several centuries later, an Italian film theorist named Ricciotto Canudo around 1921 coined a term …

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Streaming: the favorite of the new platform StudioCanal presents | Movie

Jo those of us have already subscribed to a veritable bouquet of streaming services – all with modest monthly subscription fees individually and surprisingly hefty as a collective – the announcement of a new service is an increasing incentive to make tough decisions. Does this one offer you anything substantial …

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The pandemic has provided a level playing field for talent in the film industry: Manoj Bajpayee

The COVID-19 pandemic has brought about a huge change in cinema as it has generated equal opportunities for talented artists in the Hindi film industry, actor Manoj Bajpayee said on Friday. The national award-winning actor, speaking at the ongoing Jaipur Literature Festival (JLF), said the pandemic was a great equaliser. …

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The Book Briefing: Tim Wu, Mary Oliver, Hannah Arendt

In one of the first scenes of Lauren Oyler’s novel Fake accounts, the narrator snoops on her boyfriend’s phone. Its apps are laid out in an unusual way, and looking at it with fresh eyes makes all the colorful options – a camera, an internet browser, two ride-sharing services – …

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