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Bangalore Mirror Desk / Updated: January 6, 2022, 6:00 AM IST Dance show Inspired by the great architectural wonders of southern India, in particular the Vijayanagara empire, Sthavara-Jangama explores the amorphous relationships we humans have with the landscapes and built architectures that surround us. By placing live actions of dancers …

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‘Fun fact’ about Steph Curry’s Hebrew tattoo is causing a stir on Twitter – J.

Earlier this month, Golden State Warriors superstar Steph Curry set a new NBA record for most 3-point hoops when he gutted No. 2,974 in a game against the Knicks from New York. On December 28, he reached number 3,000 in front of his audience at the Chase Center in San …

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How the first “viral” media sparked a peasant uprising in Germany

The Protestant Reformation was a period of religious and political upheaval caused by corruption in the Roman Catholic Church. With the dissolution of medieval feudalism in the early 16th century, newly proletarianized workers and peasants experienced many of the same inequalities. In the German-speaking regions of central Europe, former serfs …

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From Bella Hadid to Shanina Shaik, how some Arab stars celebrate the holiday season

“I’m not afraid to tell the truth”: Jordanian filmmaker Darin Sallam discusses “Farah” DJEDDAH: When Kuwait-born Jordanian filmmaker Darin Sallam was a child, she was told the story of Radieh, a young Palestinian woman who watched from a locked cellar as the disaster devoured her village. Hidden by her father, …

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Explained: Why South Korean Culture is a Global Success

Beyond Netflix’s hit “Squid Game” series, South Korea has a variety of successful cultural exports in recent years. New albums from K-pop groups like BTS or Blackpink are topping the charts around the world, while South Korea’s intense fandom culture is emerging as a global phenomenon. In 2019, Bong Joon-ho’s …

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How accurate is the “large”? 10 books and films to learn more

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. “The Great” tells a very dramatized story about Catherine the Great, the famous Russian Empress. We spoke to a historian about the accuracy of the series and the best books to find out more about Catherine. …

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The only Christmas miracle with THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF FATHER CHRISTMAS is that the audience stayed throughout the performance. – The ascent of the bison

THE BASICS: THE LIFE AND ADVENTURES OF FATHER NOL, a musical comedy with a book and lyrics by Bert Bernardi and music by Justin Rugg based on a children’s book “read aloud” by the creator of “Oz” L. Frank Baum, presented by O’Connell & Company, runs through December 19 with …

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You asked. Ars answers. Here’s how to run an MRI on an electric eel

Enlarge / Chicago’s Shedd Aquarium vets have come up with many unusual procedures to diagnose and treat the animals they care for, including trying to run MRI scans on electric eels. Right before Thanksgiving, we shared how the Shedd Aquarium in Chicago resolved the curious case of the missing chloroquine. …

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Dayton’s Continuing Contribution to Peace

Raqqa Road, by Jordan Ritter Conn, won second prize this year in non-fiction. They are the Alkasems, two brother lawyers from a small Syrian town. One of them pursued his dreams by moving to California in 1990 and eventually opened a restaurant in Nashville. The other chose to stay in …

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What Powell Might Say About the Fed Instead of “Transient Inflation” – Quartz

The job description of the central banker demands a subtle sense of semantics: a misplaced word or a phrase misused can move markets and tip economies. This holiday season, it seems, Jerome Powell, Chairman of the US Federal Reserve, will be spending his days reflecting on the meaning of the …

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Translators win the Fu Lei Prize

In what is considered a major boost for female translators in the country, three women recently won top honors at the prestigious Fu Lei Awards at Fu Lei Library in Zhoupu City in Shanghai’s Pudong New Area. The Fu Lei Prize, which was created by the French Embassy in China …

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These 14 faculty books will make great holiday gifts

American comics: a story By Jeremy Dauber Comics conquered America. From movies, where Marvel and DC movies reign supreme, to television, where comic book shows like The walking dead became some of the most popular in cable history, convention halls, bestseller lists, Pulitzer Prize-winning titles and MacArthur Scholarship recipients, comics …

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Snowdrop: new character posters capture the tragic love story of BLACKPINK’s Jisoo and Jung Hae In

In the character posters for the weekend drama JTBC ‘Snowdrops‘, which was released on November 30, Jung Hae In and Jisoo express the tragedy of their love story. With broken glass, desperate expressions and simple but punchy lines, viewers remain extremely curious. The first episode is released on December 18 …

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The success of the new German coalition government offers lessons for Canadian politicians

The Trudeau government has always ignored Parliament, perhaps even a little afraid of it. This was true even when they were in the majority and became more visible in their first minority. They cut the number of sitting days to a ridiculous level this year – before this week, the …

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FVCC Library Acquires Extraordinary Collection of Western Books

The Wild West is back and wilder than ever at the Broussard Family Library and the Learning Commons at Flathead Valley Community College, thanks to a significant donation of Western literature. On November 10, Whitefish resident Nick Chickering and his wife Karen donated 287 rare books to the college about …

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Systemic Racism Doctor’s Book Wins Two QWF Literary Awards

Breadcrumb Links Local News Local arts Samir Shaheen-Hussain was one of the few double winners for Fighting for a Hand to Hold: Confronting Medical Colonialism Against Indigenous Children in Canada. Author of the article: Ian mcgillis Samir Shaheen-Hussain’s book Fighting for a Hand to Hold: Confronting Medical Colonialism Against Indigenous …

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Londoner Diary: People Still Snip, Founder Says Writers’ Prize

Britain’s top prize for writers of color is still under attack from part of the literary establishment, one of its founders has said. “It comes in waves,” Professor Sunny Singh told the Londoner. “It started from the moment we announced it,” Singh explained, and said the “sniping” had not stopped …

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Here are the top 5 universities in Romania you should know about

Beyond legendary vampires and exquisite castles, Romania offers many and varied gifts to those interested. One is higher education. Yes, while like many European countries, its universities have been overshadowed by traditional choices. Nonetheless, there is so much potential to be tapped here. Gradually, international applicants showed interest in applying …

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Mercedes-Benz S-Class plug-in hybrid, now available with all-wheel drive

The Mercedes-Benz S-Class is synonymous with the pinnacle of luxury and automotive exclusivity. At least that was before a few shady generations put the brakes on things. But many in the industry are heralding the W223 S-Class as a return to form for the moniker, and a new plug-in option …

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Opinion: History of unnatural destruction

Through Pramod K Nayar The memory of wars and their disastrous effects varies from culture to culture. The making of memory, especially collective memory, is a political act. Some destruction is more important than others. Some victims are greater victims – this is, after all, the age of concurrent victimization …

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Headless Horseman: The Halloween Spirit

THE LEGEND OF SLEEPY HOLLOW (1949) It comes back to life: Halloween is back! In the tradition of my favorite holiday, I would like to pay homage to one of the great demons of scary fiction … but which one? For those of us who live the Halloween lifestyle every …

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Hushang Moradi Kermani among ALMA nominees again

TEHRAN – Writer Hushang Moradi Kermani, whose works mainly feature child protagonists from poor and disadvantaged families, has been nominated for the 2022 Astrid Lindgren Memorial Prize (ALMA). Moradi Kermani, who has already been nominated for the prestigious Swedish honor more than five times, received the new nomination from the …

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Zimbabwe’s Dangarembga receives German Peace Prize

Zimbabwean writer and filmmaker Tsitsi Dangarembga accepted prestigious German award in honor of her work in Frankfurt ThroughThe Associated Press October 24, 2021, 12:51 PM • 2 minutes to read Share on FacebookShare on twitterEmail this article VIENNA – Accepting a prestigious German award on Sunday in honor of her …

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Trump finds support for his own media business

Former President Donald J. Trump said on Wednesday he had raised the investment money to start his own publicly traded media company, in an attempt to reinsert himself into the online public conversation of which he has largely been. absent since Twitter and Facebook banned it after the January 6 …

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Why are so many Americans quitting their jobs?

Bye. Goodbye. Adios. Sayonara. In recent times, workers have repeated such words to their bosses. Last week, the US Bureau of Labor Statistics reported that 4.3 million Americans, or 2.9% of the total workforce, left their jobs in August. It was a record month, building on previous record months. “The …

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Review of Pat Barker’s new Trojan War novel

As tonic as such revisionism may be, Barker’s rewriting of Homer had some crippling flaws. The characterization was disappointing and superficial; Homer’s depiction of men, in particular, exhibited few of the empathic nuances so admirable in previous books, as if narrative reversal alone was enough, in Barker’s eyes, to make …

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Challengers Tour Finals: Pragg and Yoo succeed

Three and out The two players who qualified for the Julius Baer Challengers Tour final certainly made a strong impression on Saturday. As Christopher Yoo beat Awonder Liang 3-0, Praggnanandhaa got the better of Vincent Keymer with a score of 2½-½ – moreover, the Indian prodigy agreed to draw in …

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The Nobel Prize for Dark Literature

Another year in which the Nobel Prize for Literature has been awarded to a writer whom I have never read – and I am beginning to despair. Does the Swedish Nobel Committee want to present me as a Philistine? I ask myself this question even as I declare that I …

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More and more routes but little knowledge about

image: Research on traffic accidents currently focuses mainly on carnivorous mammals, ungulates, marsupials and turtles. seen Following Credits: Pixabay In their meta-study, Spanish scientists reviewed more than a thousand studies on the effects of road networks on wildlife. They found that existing data is limited to high-income countries and only …

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Shakespeare’s ‘Inspiration’ Works for Terrorists, Including 9/11 Conspirators and Gunpowder – Eurasia Review

Shakespeare’s works have inspired and angered some of history’s most infamous terrorists, including the conspirators behind 9/11 and the Gunpowder Plot, new research has revealed. New studies from Dr Islam Issa, professor of literature and history at Birmingham City University, examined how terrorists through the centuries reacted to Shakespeare’s writings …

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Don’t love me: Pitch | The Daily Star

The controversial Merepoor Pitch arrived the day before yesterday at the gates of the Intergalactic Cricket Council (IgCC) prison. Pitch waved to all the satellites, orbiting above his head, and then revealed the following over his good-length area: “Don’t like me – Pitch.” For all the latest news, follow the …

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October Arts Guide at U

Check out this comprehensive list of arts-related events happening this month on and off campus, which includes a roundup of exciting concerts, exhibits, interactive discussions, and even a live play. direct. The lights are back in the Department of Theater Arts at the University of Miami. After a hiatus of …

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Max Galvan | Death notice | reflector.com

Longtime educator Dr. Max Galván passed away peacefully with his family on September 21, 2021 in Winterville, North Carolina. Max was born in 1939 in Huanta, Peru, (son of the late Guillermo Galván and Benedicta Gonzales). Max immigrated from Peru to the United States in 1961 and soon joined the …

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National Book Awards 2021: Long list of translated books

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. The National Book Awards’ long list of translated literature for 2021 was recently announced. The books were originally published in 7 different languages ​​including Spanish, French and Chinese. Want more books? Check out the long lists …

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Homophobes and Autocrats by Nina L. Khrouchtcheva

Chinese President Xi Jinping recently became the latest in a long line of autocrats to treat anyone who does not conform to conventional gender norms – especially gay and effeminate men – as a threat to society. But what is it about “non-manly” men that terrify dictators so much? MOSCOW …

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Cultural Courses | Journal review

Io Maeda | Journal review Wabash College offers four language courses: Chinese, French, German and Spanish. This year, the college welcomed four foreign language teaching assistants from Argentina, France, Spain and Taiwan. There are no German TAs due to the pandemic. The Fulbright FLTA program is the opportunity for young …

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Hou Yifan Challenge: Pragg always perfect

Almost no draw Due to the odd number of players, five players had a bye round on Saturday. Table favorites Praggananandhaa and Vincent Keymer – the only two players with a 2600+ rating – were not among them, however, and they ended the day as the top scorers with 5/5 …

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The hyperpartisan is ruining America | Opinion

Historically speaking, dogma and cultural progress are antitheses par excellence. When our moral and aesthetic concerns are “expressed in absolute terms and, at the same time, designed for special purposes on special occasions,” as the late historian Theodore Draper wrote in his book The roots of American communism, morals, public …

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“I’m not going to give it up”

John Lydon talks about his wife’s battle with Alzheimer’s disease. The former Sex Pistols frontman, also known as Johnny Rotten, appeared on “Good Morning Britain” to discuss the devastating neurological disorder that has impacted the couple’s lives. The 65-year-old married 78-year-old Nora Forster in 1979. He first revealed the diagnosis …

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TV meteorologist Guy Brown writes children’s STEM book to inspire young scientists and future weather forecasters

The Kickstarter for Guy Brown’s children’s book, Look Up to See What the Weather Will Be, will launch on September 14, 2021. This is the first book by television meteorologist Guy Brown. Special rewards for Kickstarter contributors include an accompanying log and weather sticker sheet. Kickstarter campaign promotes beautifully illustrated …

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In defense of Max Sebald

There is nothing in this country that we love to do more than take down our heroes. And what better place to do it than in a book review? I tend to avoid writing book reviews because they tend to say a lot more about the reviewer than they ever …

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Laila Khondkar publishes a travel diary on Papua New Guinea

Laila Khondkar’s new book, Papua New Guinea: Shorgopakhir Desh (Mowla Brothers, 2021), recounts the author’s experiences in this Southwest Pacific country known for its cultural and biological diversity, home to more than 851 known languages, complemented by beaches, coral reefs and inland volcanoes. active. A writer and development officer specializing …

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10 life changing quotes from the Bengal bard

Anniversary of the death of Rabindranath Tagore: His works are widely translated into English, German, Dutch, Spanish and other European languages. Publication date: Fri 06 Aug 2021 16:29 IST New Delhi | Jagran Lifestyle Desk: Rabindranath Tagore was not only a poet, but also a playwright, writer, composer, philosopher, painter …

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George Will discovers the “yellow peril”

[ad_1] Friday the Washington post published a column by George Will titled “Efforts of Civilized Nations to deter Russia and China Begin to Stack,” praising the efforts of the Biden administration to mobilize the world imperialist powers behind US efforts to dominate Russia and China. Will praised the decision of …

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It’s happening at the Jenks Center

[ad_1] Additional events are added regularly; visit our website http://jenkscenter.org for the latest updates. The Jenks Center remains closed to promote public safety resulting from the coronavirus outbreak. Check our website for updates. Staff operate with minimal coverage to support the elderly in Winchester. Please call 781-721-7136 if you require …

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Sport and Modern Cultures | Cashmere amount

[ad_1] Sports stories reveal that modern cultures conceptualize physical activity differently from traditional societies. Modern sport tends towards the secular rather than the sacred. The emphasis on equality, both in competitive conditions and in competitive opportunities, consumes modern sport. Modern sport reproduces modern social structures in other ways as well, …

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The Europa Cantat festival is coming

[ad_1] The International Festival, which is organized every three years by a different European country and attracts both local and foreign audiences, is organized by the Public Fund for Cultural Activities of the Republic of Slovenia (JSKD) in cooperation with the European Choral Association . The festival was financially supported …

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Welcoming Wagner – Eugène Weekly

[ad_1] From the strains of “Here Comes the Bride” to Bugs Bunny in opera costume riding a white horse singing in “What’s Opera, Doc” to the phrase “It’s not over until the fat lady sings”, Richard Wagner’s work is rooted in Western society. In addition to the concerts that have …

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What does it mean to think of the world “like a Jew”?

[ad_1] Anti-Semitism is increasingly making headlines, from reports of violent incidents directly targeting Jews to the growing importance of ethno-nationalist discourse that frequently uses Jewish stereotypes. This rise of anti-Judaism includes a renewed attention to the medieval image of the wandering Jew, translated into contemporary language by the term “globalism”. …

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On this History Day – June 26 – Almanac

[ad_1] Today is Saturday June 26, the 177th day of 2021 with 188 to follow. The moon is declining. The morning stars are Jupiter, Mercury, Neptune, Saturn, and Uranus. The evening stars are Jupiter, Mars, Saturn and Venus. People born on this date are under the sign of Cancer. They …

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