Barah’s omission of Pedro and Barah from the Bengaluru film festival and what it says about the state of film festivals in India

Last week, ahead of the Bengaluru International Film Festival (BIFFes) 2022, a hybrid edition, a controversy gripped the city’s moviegoers. Several Kannada films that have been critically acclaimed in the festival circuit were not selected. Absentees included Natesh Hegde’s Pedro, Abhilash Shetty’s Koli Taal, Ganesh Hegde’s Neeli Hakki and Gaurav …

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UK NHS COVID contact tracing app receives funding for rest of year

The UK’s contact tracing app has received £2.5million in funding after a deal was struck with a specialist vendor to provide support and development work for the app for the rest of the year. The app, which has been downloaded more than 30 million times and cost at least £100 …

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AHA News: A computer science professor used his stroke to create an app that helps survivors relearn their skills – Consumer Health News

FRIDAY, March 11, 2022 (American Heart Association News) — Mark Brodie sat behind his laptop in his home office, grading student assignments for a mobile apps class he was teaching at Simpson College in Indianola, Iowa. Suddenly, he couldn’t put his thoughts in order. Everything on the screen and in …

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Campbell, 10, creates an award-winning storytelling app

CAMPBELL, Calif. — A fourth-grade student at Campbell has won the Silicon Valley Challenge by creating an app that facilitates community building and storytelling. Hari Gangadharan, a 10-year-old attending Grade 4 at Ocean Grove Charter School, has been taking coding lessons since Grade 1. During the pandemic, he started taking …

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Tucson Book Festival returns for 2022

The Tucson Festival of Books will take place on the University of Arizona campus for the first time in two years. Workers memorably took down the tents when the 2020 festival was canceled at the last minute by the coronavirus pandemic. It was organized as a virtual event last year. …

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New app to help measure community policing effectiveness > Columbia Business Report

A new community policing app, developed through a partnership between Serve and Connect and Nephron Pharmaceuticals Corp.., will help assess how interactions between law enforcement and communities affect public safety and public trust, according to organizers. The app, launched with a $10,000 investment from Nephron, will be refined over the …

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Developer of infamous horror game Devotion is creating a storytelling app to help kids get up on time

Horror developer Red Candle Games is creating a storytelling app. In a decidedly different project from Devotion or Detention, the Taiwan-based developer has teamed up with digital design firm Fourdesire for the new venture. The app, called Book Morning!, is essentially a storytelling device aimed at energizing kids in the …

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[email protected] welcomes style, movie icon Brooke Shields

[email protected] continued its Fashion Week lineup with a virtual visit from Brooke Shields. Shields – a fashion, film, modeling, TV icon and recent entrepreneur – took part in a Zoom chat. The event was hosted by [email protected] member Elliot Stephanopoulos ’25. Shields first made a name for herself in modelling, …

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Hub88 is changing the game with a new reporting app – European Gaming Industry News

Reading time: 5 minutes Here are the latest slot machine releases from this week! Belatra Games is delighted to announce that Legacy of Doom is the latest title to join its outstanding portfolio. Belatra’s Legacy of Doom is set in ancient Egypt among some of the world’s finest architecture, literature, …

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2022 Glasgow Film Festival review

Blessing2022. Directed by Terence Davies.With Jack Lowden, Peter Capaldi, Jeremy Irvine, Kate Phillips, Gemma Jones, Simon Russell Beale and Ben Daniels. SYNOPSIS: The story of English poet, writer and soldier Siegfried Sassoon. Terence Davies has left an indelible mark on the landscape of British cinema over the past four decades …

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Delta Literary Arts Society Launches First Poetry Competition – Surrey Now-Leader

Local writers are encouraged to sharpen their pencils and enter the Delta Literary Arts Society’s inaugural poetry contest. Through April 1, DLAS is accepting submissions from literary novices and seasoned professionals, with cash prizes up for grabs. “We are delighted to provide a forum for local writers to share their …

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Delta Literary Arts Society launches first poetry contest – Peace Arch News

Local writers are encouraged to sharpen their pencils and enter the Delta Literary Arts Society’s inaugural poetry contest. Through April 1, DLAS is accepting submissions from literary novices and seasoned professionals, with cash prizes up for grabs. “We are delighted to provide a forum for local writers to share their …

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From books about great white sharks to dragons, Redlands Library has stories for young readers – Redlands Daily Facts

By Pamela Martinez The Young Readers Room at the AK Smiley Public Library offers a non-fiction section of books that spans just over 25 library spaces. That’s a LOT of information to take in. There are so many areas to learn that it can be hard to decide where to …

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Clipchamp is Microsoft’s new video editing app for Windows 11

If you’ve been waiting for Microsoft to resurrect Windows Movie Maker, Clipchamp might be the next best thing. After acquiring Clipchamp last year, Microsoft now brings together the app in Windows 11. It is a browser-based app that supports trimming, splitting, transitions and even has a screen recording feature. Clipchamp …

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Anaïs In Love (2021) Eye for Film Film Review

“The swift current of the film carries a number of character messages that we can fish out, as if polished by the current, all bright and specific.” | Photo: Courtesy of Glasgow Film Festival Flowers, many of them, at manic speed fill the screen. Anaïs, who is preparing her thesis …

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Casey McQuiston on LGBTQ Rom-Com Books and “I Kissed Shara Wheeler”

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Loading Something is loading. In the world of romance novels, diverse, engaging, and authentic LGBTQ stories serve as a refreshing change of pace in queer visibility. That’s the best way to describe Casey McQuiston’s status in …

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Karama Arab Film Festival kicks off with Palestinian film

Karama is a non-profit organization composed of Arab and non-Arab members. This Friday, the organization launches its 11th edition San Diego Arab Film Festival. Karama focuses on issues of the Arab and Islamic world with particular emphasis on Palestine. In 2012, he launched a film festival. “The film festival has …

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Knopf Announces Two New Cormac McCarthy Novels for Fall | Books

Two novels by Cormac McCarthy will be “the literary event of the year”, according to publisher Knopf. Slated for release this fall, the first is called “The Passenger” and will debut on October 25. The second, “Stella Maris”, is scheduled for November 22. A boxed set of both will go …

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Happening review – Glasgow Film Festival hosts stunning BAFTA-nominated abortion drama from Audrey Diwan

Emma Simmonds March 8, 2022 Friendship doesn’t go that far in the immersive and intimate Happening Glasgow Film Festival hosts stunning abortion drama from BAFTA-nominated Audrey Diwan Faced with a globally controversial issue, Audrey Diwan’s harrowing and masterfully executed second film shows the terrible consequences of denying a woman her …

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9 of the Best Jewish Fantasy Books

This content contains affiliate links. When you purchase through these links, we may earn an affiliate commission. I have to admit: when I think of science fiction and fantasy, I don’t often think of Jewish themes. At least I wasn’t used to it. Which is ironic, because the Hugo Awards …

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Adelaide Festival Awards for Literature winners announced

March 8, 2022 @booksandpublishing The winners of the 2022 Adelaide Festival Literature Awards have been announced. Presented every two years by the Government of South Australia, the awards offer a total prize pool of $167,500. The winning books are: Prime Minister’s Award for Best Overall Published Work ($25,000) Children’s Literature …

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Literary Arts Announces 2022 Oregon Book Award Finalists

On Monday, March 7, Literary Arts has announced the finalists for the 2022 Oregon Book Awards. Out-of-state judges highlighted 35 titles (two by Portland YA author April Henry), including alumni books Portland Monthly contributors Omar El Akkad, Sarah Mirk and Jessica (Tyner) Mehta. Topics range from trans magic …

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How two mothers developed an app for black women with postpartum depression

Tech Crunch Six months after giving birth to her daughter, Jade Kearney struggled with postpartum depression while completing her second master’s program at NYU. To make matters worse, there is an extreme scarcity of mental health professionals equipped with the tools necessary to help a black woman through this kind …

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Indian-American fourth-grader’s app wins coding contest

Bay Area fourth-grade student Hari Gangadharan wants to build community through creative writing and collective storytelling. (photo provided) CAMPBELL, Calif. — “Muni” — the community-building storytelling app — is the brainchild of 10-year-old Indian American Hari Gangadharan. While still studying academics in 4th grade at Ocean Grove Charter School, the …

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Reading Dostoyevsky is not a crime

Italian university threatens to cancel Russian literature in response to war, then backs down You can forget about trying to understand the philosophical dilemmas of Raskolnikov or the moral conflicts of the Karamazov brothers, the University of Milan-Bicocca told students on Tuesday, March 1. With the ongoing conflagration in Ukraine …

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Delaware County Libraries Unveil New Plan – and App

Since then, the library system has been working with staff and SBrand Solutions to process what was received and turn it into something concrete to share with the state, over 200,000 library cardholders at Delco and the greater audience. “In December 2021, we presented a final draft plan to our …

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Children’s Book Center Announces Spring Sale Date

The Center for Children’s Books on the University of Illinois campus has announced the date for its spring sale This popular sale gives Champaign-Urbana families the chance to stock their personal libraries with new books at a very affordable price; this year you can choose from the best selection by …

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Delta Literary Arts Society Launches Poetry Contest

The Delta Literary Arts Society (DLAS) is launching its first poetry contest where everyone from literary novices to professionals is invited to throw their hats into the ring. “We are thrilled to provide a forum for local writers to share their work,” said Diana Calliou, DLAS Treasurer and author of …

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Random Review to Discuss Civil War Reconstruction | Books and Literature

Marisa Chappell de Corvallis will review “The Second Foundation: How Civil War and Reconstruction Remade the Constitution” by Eric Foner at noon Wednesday, March 9 via GoToWebinar. “The Second Founding” tells the story of how the period known as Reconstruction after the American Civil War extended freedom and citizenship rights …

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Clinton’s Stephanie Henry adds whimsy and romance to her books

Sarah Arnold | Article Correspondent CLINTON – Stephanie Henry writes adult fiction, paranormal and urban fantasy with more than a hint of romance. She is a prolific writer, having written five books in five years. It is “a bit of motivation, mixed with a lot of imagination, as well as …

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Muscat will host the Iranian film festival

TEHRAN — The Omani capital, Muscat, will host an Iranian film festival from March 7-9. A lineup of five films, including “The Maritime Silk Road” directed by Mohammad Bozorgnia and “Copper and Gold” by Homayun As’adian, will be screened during the festival, which will be held at the Oman Film …

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New Idea: Schools take a different approach with books | News

Students learn so much from great literature besides understanding a text, said Amy Bellamy, a literacy coach for the Owensboro Public Schools District. Teachers understand the importance of providing students with books they can relate to, which is why they are so often used in every classroom, but especially at …

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A La Jolla Country Day alum’s novel made into a feature film

La Jolla Country Day School Class of 1983 alumnus Jandy Nelson’s young adult novel “The Sky Is Everywhere” has been adapted into a feature film, which premiered Feb. 11 on Apple TV. + and in some cinemas.Directed by Josephine Decker, the young adult drama about heartbreak, love and joy follows …

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These are the ten most viewed books of 2021

DENVER (KDVR) — Libraries are recovering from reduced activity from the COVID pandemic. Aurora Public Library saw a 6% increase in book checkouts, a 12% increase in library visits, and a 46% increase in new library cards in 2021. Library executives say they are now healthier in some parameters than …

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TikTok reinforces its commitment to user safety with the launch of a new in-app digital literacy center in the Philippines

The new in-app Digital Literacy Hub provides users with a one-stop resource portal to help users navigate the online sphere Editor’s note: This press release is sponsored by TECNO and was handled by BrandRap, the sales and marketing arm of Rappler. No member of the press and editorial team participated …

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Expanded Movie Schedule Announced at App Theater | Education

BOONE, NC – Returning to a high level of programming that welcomed members of the public when it reopened in 2019, the Appalachian Theater of the High Country (ATHC) proudly announced three new cinematic events for which tickets will go on sale. to the public at 10 a.m. ., 8 …

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The origins of the time loop in film and television

Time-loop plots in movies have become increasingly popular in recent years. Audiences have seen horror heroines living out their day of the dead on multiple occasions, Joseph Gordon Levitt struggling with his conscience and his former Bruce Willis, and even Marvel’s Sorcerer Supreme creating a time loop to save the …

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🌱 Adopt a Tree Initiative + New Buffalo-Based Delivery App

Happy Friday neighbours! Here’s everything you need to know about what’s happening in Buffalo today. First, today’s weather forecast: Partly sunny and less cold. Top: 34 Bottom: 23. Looking for a new way to market your local business? We can help you quickly and easily reach potential customers straight to …

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Bills to increase control of school library books and access to classrooms move forward

Schools would be required to publicly display every new book purchased for their libraries, have elected board members approve all new book purchases, and notify parents of every book their child views as part of of a proposal put forward by Senate Republicans on Tuesday. Critics said the new requirements …

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‘Ulysses’ goes to war – Book and Film Globe

From a certain point of view, the history of the publication of James Joyce’s Ulysses is also the history of the repression and censorship of literature in our society. Originally banned in the United States due to its brutal sexuality and vulgarity, the novel, on the 100and anniversary of its …

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Brandon Sanderson Secret Novels – 4 New Books Coming in 2023

Brandon Sanderson has proven he’s the most prolific genre writer working today with the surprise reveal that he wrote five secret novels during quarantine. Four of them are “adult sci-fi/fantasy” titles and three of those novels will tie into Sanderson’s connected universe known as Cosmere. The fifth is a mid-level …

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Wench Film Festival 2022 will showcase women innovators in the horror genre

Wench Film Festival 2022: Horror films directed by women are driving a new wave of storytelling in the global film industries. For too long the genre has been dominated by men, which would likely explain why the most vicious supernatural specters are modeled after women, often forcibly embedded into prototypes. …

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Attitudes toward genetics through 100 years of film and television

Gender differences in attitude. Credit: DOI: 10.12929/jls.14.1-2.01 The influence of science on pop culture is undeniable, but equally important is how popular culture affects people’s understanding of science. Jay Clayton, director of the Curb Center for Art, Enterprise and Public Policy, William R. Kenan, Jr. Professor of English and faculty …

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Ascensia launches Senseonics remote monitoring app for Android devices in Europe

Vafa Jamali has big plans for the ZB ZimVie spin-off – but it will take time ZimVie CEO Vafa Jamali sees growth opportunities in the spine space, including pediatric devices. The efforts, however, will take years for ZimVie (NASDAQ:ZIMV), Zimmer Biomet’s (NYSE:ZBH) new spin-off of its spine and dental businesses. …

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Miami Activities: APP Plantation Open March 2-6, 2022

In case you missed the obvious, pickleball is clearly where it is in racquet sports these days. From the visible influx of pickleball courts in South Florida parks to the more than 4.2 million pickleball players in the United States alone, people near and far are paddling like never before …

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Signal indicates that the messages circulating on the hacking of the application are false

“It’s wrong and Signal is not under attack,” says Signal Instant messaging app Signal said on Monday (February 28th) that rumors circulating across multiple apps that its messaging platform had been “compromised and hacked” were false. Signal said in a tweet that it had seen an increase in usage in …

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New app by U.Va. Researchers fight back against cervical cancer – The Cavalier Daily

The efforts of two university professors contributed to the recent development of an app that showed its potential to reduce the alarming rates of cervical cancer seen in Nicaragua. After its debut in the spring of 2021, the Azulado smartphone app helped promise that the impact of cancer in the …

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Global Drag-and-Drop App Builder Software Market 2021 Research Analysis – Salesforce, Bizness Apps, BuildFire, Mobirise – company ethos

the Global Drag and Drop Application Building Software Market 2021 to 2027 report by MarketQuest.biz is a suggested strategy formulation. The Drag and Drop App Builder Software market study covers market drivers, opportunities, limiting factors, and barriers. It provides quantitative market research based on annual reports, product literature, industry announcements, …

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▷ Film Adaptations » Best Adapted Movies

Cinema and books have gone hand in hand since the existence of the seventh art. Both allow viewers to enjoy scenes from another angle and perspective. There are magical film adaptations that have a relevant place in history and that’s why we want to remember which are the best films …

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Made-in-Japan manga goes global with Webtoon, Deadpool

Deadpool, meet All Might. Perhaps nothing shows how much the world of manga, the comic books and cartoons originating in Japan, has gone global better than the coming together of superheroes, Americans and Japanese. In “Deadpool: Samurai,” Marvel’s Deadpool is aided in his fight against evil by All Might, the …

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[MWC 2022] KT launches AI coaching app for K-pop dance

A visitor follows dance instructions provided by an app developed by KT at its exhibition stand at the World Mobile Congress in Barcelona on Monday. (KT Corp.) KT Corp. announced on Monday that it launched a new artificial intelligence-based coaching app for K-pop dance, called KT Real Dance, at the …

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Who is Stanley Tucci’s wife and what are her biggest movie roles?

Stanley Tucci will hit our TV screens this weekend with a different kind of performance – his very own cooking show. © Wire PA Stanley Tucci and Felicity Blunt Stanley reflected fondly on Stanley Tucci: In Search of Italy, saying it was one of my “dreams” to do the show. …

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Caleb Wilson | ‘Strange Beasts of China’ may be an ever-evolving metaphor | Books

The unusual novel “Strange Beasts of China”, by Yan Ge, takes the form of a bestiary. Each chapter is a story about one of the different types of strange beasts that live alongside humans in the fictional Chinese city of Yong’an. The narrator begins each section by describing a creature, …

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Wentzville School Board reverses decision on banned book | Books

WENTZVILLE — A banned book will once again be available to high school students here after the Wentzville School Board reversed its decision in the face of criticism and a class action lawsuit. The board voted 5-2 on Friday to reverse its earlier decision to ban Toni Morrison’s “The Bluest …

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Bill banning ‘pornographic or indecent’ books at Utah schools pass committee

A Republican lawmaker said he knows of dozens of books available in Utah public school libraries that contain passages about sex that would “shock the conscience.” Another added that nobody wants this kind of explicit content in schools “where, above all, it doesn’t belong”. A third agreed, saying ‘we need …

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Eight Books Revealing Dark Stories

Zora Neale Hurston once observed that America’s most important historical accounts prioritize “all those words of the seller, but not a single word of the sold.” Much of American life relies on the knowledge and labor of black people, especially those who were once enslaved. But the origins of, say, …

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Outdoor Education Hosts Annual Banff Film Festival World Tour at Hamilton Movie Theater – The Colgate Maroon-News

The main auditorium of the Hamilton Movie Theater was almost full on the evening of Wednesday February 16 for the annual Banff Center Mountain Film Festival, hosted by Colgate University’s Outdoor Education Program and featuring seven short films outdoor and environmental critically acclaimed. The film festival is a celebration of …

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Javed Akhtar to deliver Vijay Tendulkar Memorial Lecture during Pune Intl Film Fest

Javed Akhtar to deliver Vijay Tendulkar Memorial Lecture during Pune Intl Film Fest February 25, 2022, 6:36 p.m. Pune, Feb 25 (UNI) Acclaimed poet, lyricist, screenwriter and social activist Javed Akhtar will deliver the Vijay Tendulkar Memorial Lecture at the upcoming Pune International Film Festival, PFFI director Jabbar Patel announced …

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Jackson’s own Angie Thomas is enjoying the success of her books and movie deals

JACKSON, Miss. (WLBT) – Mississippi and Jackson’s Angie Thomas rubs shoulders with some of the big names in entertainment and high-profile figures like former President Barack Obama and First Lady Michelle Obama. His work does not stop there. She also puts Jackson in the spotlight with a fantasy novel. We …

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Tamil Poet Gifts Poem, Literature Books as ‘Dot’ on Daughter’s Wedding

It was the marriage ceremony of the daughter of the administrator of “Tamilini Pulanam”, a WhatsApp group based in Tamil Nadu. Poet Thangam Murthy, who is the administrator of ‘Tamilini Pulanam’ group, held his daughter’s wedding ceremony in Pudukkottai on February 20. Interestingly, nine cows were traditionally decorated with accordions, …

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Can social media app BeReal deliver on its eponymous promise? – News from Washington Square

NYU students have mixed feelings about whether the BeReal app offers its users a true social media experience. Like many NYU students, I prefer the casual photo dump to the edited selfie, a preference taken to extremes by social media app BeReal: each day you have a two-minute window to …

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Updated Green P app makes it easier to pay to park in Toronto

The city of Toronto is home to soaring skyscrapers, lush parks and gardens, and the Green P mobile app, the Toronto Parking Authority’s (TPA) private-label parking app powered by Passport. The leading transportation and payment software company is rolling out an update to the local favorite that includes …

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History, memory and The Scream of Granuaile

Donal Foreman’s long-awaited feature film The cry of Granuaile will have its world premiere during this year Dublin International Film Festival. In The cry of Granuaile an American filmmaker, reeling from the death of her mother, enlists the help of a young Irish scholar on a trip to the west …

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‘Cyrano’ Movie Review: Peter Dinklage stars in a harrowing and haunting film adaptation of the classic love story.

Filmed in the picturesque Sicilian town of Noto at the height of the pandemic, “Cyrano” is unmistakably a period piece, set in the 17th century during the Franco-Spanish War. But it’s also steeped in anachronistic touches that give it a touch of flippant humor and fierce urgency. At the start …

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Blissful Ignorance is a must-read for sci-fi fans

New York, New York–(Newsfile Corp. – February 23, 2022) – Author Jaylen Wilson continues to captivate audiences with her debut novel, blessed ignorance. Combining sci-fi elements with the action of adventure, Wilson’s work is a refreshing take on the genre that explores the toxic nature of power, whether misplaced or …

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VOICE: MFA students in creative writing continue open mics at The Literary: Arts: Smile Politely

It was the first open mic I’d attended that started with an ice-breaking speed dating, supposedly to “get in the Valentine’s Day mood” after the fact. The surprise reveal was that all of the speed dating contestants turned out to be literary villains. The emcee, Erin Hoffman, does short readings …

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ByteDance launches comic app in Japan – Pandaily

Your browser does not support HTML5 audio Technology planet reported Wednesday that ByteDance has launched FizzoToon in Japan, an app positioned as an animation platform. The company decided to release the product in Japan due to the country’s vast animation culture, making it an easy choice. Through the platform, new …

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This app can help you understand “The Waste Land” by TS Eliot | Life

An undated handout photo of British-born American writer TS Eliot, who was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature in 1948. – Image via ETX Studio NEW YORK, February 23 — TS Eliot did not write land of waste be easily understood. That’s why Faber & Faber is launching an application …

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Did the Truth Social app really copy its logo design?

Ah, the Truth Social app. Donald Trump’s controversial app was launched to the world yesterday, but it’s already causing some problems. We’ll hold our tongues over the former president and business mogul, but the logo for his brand new Truth Social app is another matter. Not even 24 hours after …

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Ethale launches an application for African books in Portuguese.

Mozambican publisher Ethale has launched an app for African books in Portuguese. Mozambican publisher Ethale is one of the most exciting new names in African publishing in recent years. It was founded by British journalist Alex Macbeth and Mozambican journalist Jessemusse Cacinda in 2016. Since then they have published several …

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Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center launches 2022 prize awarding $10,000 in competitions and scholarships to young poets of color

VENICE, Calif. /California Newswire/ – Beyond Baroque, one of the nation’s leading literary arts centers, announced that the Amanda Gorman Future Voices Poetry Prize is now actively accepting nominations. The award, created in honor of Beyond Baroque alumnus and U.S. presidential inaugural poet Amanda Gorman, will accept nominations through May …

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The bookseller – News – MacDonald trades Quercus for Gallery Books

Alison MacDonald joins Simon & Schuster as Editor-in-Chief of Gallery Books UK in the publisher’s first designated appointment since launching its listing in 2021. She joins the adult non-fiction department of Quercus, where she has worked since 2017. At Gallery, she will buy quality commercial non-fiction. She joins March 7, …

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Family creates app with authors and illustrators to help pediatric cancer patients get through chemo

From the moment Jenna Brown gave birth to daughter Sydney in February 2020, she called her “Love.” Like most new parents, Jenna and her husband, Jeremy, of Oswego, knew life was going to be very different. They just didn’t realize how different it was. Sydney Brown after surgery to remove …

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Beyond Baroque Literary Arts Center’s Amanda Gorman Future Voices Poetry Prize Open for Applications

Beyond Baroque, one of the nation’s leading literary arts centers, announced that the Amanda Gorman Future Voices Poetry Prize is now actively accepting nominations. The award, created in honor of Beyond Baroque alumnus and U.S. presidential inaugural poet Amanda Gorman, will accept nominations through May 1, 2022. “We are very …

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The Matrix Resurrections – The biggest cinematic disaster of all time?

Is The Matrix Resurrections worst sequel ever? How could they be so wrong? Was the film really sabotaged? Let’s talk. Enter the Matrix In 1999, The matrix arrived and our collective minds were blown. The film was a pop culture phenomenon, transforming the genres of science fiction and action. The …

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Sharon Cuneta will star in the film adaptation of “The Mango Bride”

MANILA — Sharon Cuneta is set to star in the film adaptation of the award-winning novel ‘The Mango Bride,’ the veteran actress confirmed on Monday. Publishing a report from American trade magazine Variety, Cuneta said she wanted to connect Filipino stories to a global audience. “I wanted to …

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Truth Social App: Donald Trump’s Truth Social app launched on the Apple App Store

Donald Trump’s new social media venture, Truth Social, launched on the Apple App Store on Sunday night, potentially marking the former president’s return to social media after being banned from multiple platforms over the year last. The app was available for download shortly before midnight ET and was automatically downloaded …

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Thin Film Filters Market Trend, Technological Innovations and Growth Forecast 2021-2026

The research literature on Thin Film Filters market aims to provide a 360 degree perspective of this vertical to investors, new entrants and other stakeholders, to enable them to construct effective business expansion strategies. It dwells on crucial aspects such as growth drivers, restraints, challenges, and opportunities that are likely …

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New Croatian travel app to turn trips into adventures

February 20, 2022 – A group of writers from Split is building an innovative app that will allow its users to experience a destination through stories, guided by unique fictional characters It will soon be possible to discover the Adriatic coast on a whole new level: through exciting mystical-fantasy quests. …

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Keep an eye out for the nice, calm guy – Monterey Herald

CARMEL — Even if there’s speed, no one will stop a hearse. The driver, squinting at the morning sunrise, never sees the shovel lying on the road. As its left front tire bursts, the hearse spirals out of control across the center line into oncoming traffic. Meanwhile, enjoying the morning …

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The best film scores of 2021

Hasitha Fernando on the best film scores of 2021… The COVID-19 pandemic has cast a dark spell over 2021, holding us all in its merciless grip. Luckily, there was enough entertainment available to provide us with some degree of escape. And accompanying these fantastic films, top-notch scores turned these entries …

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Pune student becomes youngest student to enter Indian record books

Aashvik Garg from Pune, a first year student at EuroSchool Kharadi, has become the youngest student in the country to enter India’s Book of Records. Garg set a record by answering 160 questions, at an average time of 1.67 seconds per question, at the 1st TedX event organized by EuroSchool …

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Global Application Building Software Market Share Industry Growth, Size, Statistics, Opportunities and Forecast to 2026

The App Creator Software Market report contains the most basic information about the market. This comprehensive report offers market insights, patterns and drivers of business growth. It also includes App Creator Software market share, sales volume, and education charts. He was able to combine significant and additional information, such as …

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Cate Blanchett to Receive Film at Lincoln Center Award: Briefs |

Lincoln Center will honor Cate Blanchett with its 47th Chaplin Award at the arts organization’s annual fundraising gala. Film at Lincoln Center announced the award for Blanchett on Friday. It will be presented to him on April 25 at Alice Tully Hall at Lincoln Center in New York. “We are …

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SheThePeople Announces Women Writer’s Prize Shortlist

Books by Naheed Phiroze Patel, Ambai, Sarah Joseph, Selma Carvalho, Tarana Husain Khan and Krupa Ge are on the shortlist of SheThePeople‘s inaugural Women Writer’s Prize. Novels and short story collections written by Indian female authors residing in India are eligible for the prize, which carries a cash prize of …

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