Review: A Journey Under Jerusalem |

“Under Jerusalem: The Buried History of the World’s Most Contested City” by Andrew Lawler, Doubleday, 426 pages, $ 32.50. Jerusalem is considered a holy city by Christians, Jews and Muslims. Millions of pilgrims visit the city each year to see the areas described in the Bible, Torah and Quran and …

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Maria Schrader, director of “I’m Your Man”, on the cast of Dan Stevens

In 1964, CBS premiered the sci-fi comedy “My Living Doll” in which a celibate psychiatrist (Bob cummings) is responsible for taking care of a beautiful android prototype (Julie newmar) because its creator does not want the robot to fall into the hands of the military. The shrink decides to teach …

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DIY workshops at Fisk Avenue in Waukesha

If you love handmade furniture, you’ll love what the team at Fisk Avenue builds Brian is in Waukesha checking out specialty furniture designed to last a lifetime. For the owner of Fisk Avenue, building handmade furniture began with a farm table for his home. Four years later, they have created …

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Germany announces new application rules for Albanian nursing assistants

The German Embassy in Albania has announced that nationals of the latter will soon have to meet new conditions in order to apply for the post of nursing assistant. In an official statement, the embassy revealed that from January 1, 2022, only applications for nursing assistants with a recognized B1 …

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Shareholder and intra-group loans – beware of tax risks | Hogan Lovells

introduction Most business groups rely on shareholder and / or intragroup loans in order to manage liquidity needs within the group and easily transfer liquidity from one entity to another as needed. While discussions of debts to third parties can take days, weeks or months, shareholder and intragroup loans are …

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An exuberant and slightly poseurish guide to classical literature

Throughout 2019, novelist Rob Doyle wrote a weekly column for the Irish time in which he would reread a pre-21st century book he admired and write up to 340 words about it. Autobibliography is a collection of these miniature essays, enriched with biographical ruminations. The result is a fragmented memory …

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Former main exhibition explores ‘time and empathy’ in photography by Geleve Grice, reception January 27

Geleve Grice (born in 1922) Self-portrait, Pine Bluff ca. 1970. Geleve Grice Papers | Special Collections – University of Arkansas Libraries courtesy of Jim Blair. Located in the heart of the Fayetteville campus of the University of Arkansas, Old Main has long been home to many and varied departments, programs, …

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New England Patriots Award Germany International Home Marketing Zone Status January 1, 2022

FOXBOROUGH, Mass .– As part of the National Football League’s International Home Marketing Area (HMA) initiative, the New England Patriots submitted a proposal and were awarded Germany as an international home market. For at least the next five years, this program will provide the Patriots with opportunities for in-person and …

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Scholz pledges to initiate the biggest transformation of the German economy in a century

German Chancellor Olaf Scholz speaks as he delivers a government statement at a plenary session of the lower house of the German parliament, the Bundestag, in Berlin, Germany, December 15, 2021. REUTERS / Michele Tantussi Register now for FREE and unlimited access to reuters.com Register Focuses on national issues by …

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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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