Monthly Archives: August 2022

Your guide to Amsterdam for IBC2022

by Melanie Ciotti, Marketing Manager, Studio Network Solutions (SNS) That happens. It’s really happening! After two long years of absence, IBC is officially back in Amsterdam in September. And that’s all anyone can talk about. Veterans can’t wait to get their hands on bitter balls, while newbies like me ask …

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The new populists are coming – more effective…

The difference? It’s simply a matter of skill – having the attention span to get to the end of a briefing note; an ability to negotiate corridors of power; enough understanding of reality to appreciate the labyrinthine difficulties of passing laws in modern, bipolar and democratic contexts. Italy is, as …

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Arts & Culture Collaborative will present The Healing Nature of Art event next month

The Arts & Culture Collaboration, Waterbury Region, presents a one-day interactive experience called “The Healing Nature of Art” on September 9, 10 a.m. to 3 p.m., at the Osborne Homestead Museum & Kellogg Science Museum, 500 Hawthorne Ave., Derby. This unique opportunity is aimed at arts practitioners and administrators as …

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Who will struggling households turn to after Britain’s crackdown on payday lenders? | Payday loans

South African entrepreneurs Errol Damelin and Jonty Hurwitz could not have foreseen the impact they would have when they set out to disrupt the 120-year-old payday loan market in 2006. Wonga’s founders set up the company to serve cash-strapped borrowers as the UK headed for economic collapse during the 2008 …

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Synesthetic Artist Brings Greta Thunberg’s Davos Speech to Canvas | Paint

When Greta Thunberg gave her “Our House is on Fire” speech in Davos in 2019, she galvanized hundreds of thousands of students to strike for the climate. The address was unique and powerful in its urgency, but what did it look like in color? What hues, textures and shapes could …

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Barefoot Editors: Toes on Eastern Avenue

Content Warning: Feet As a radical student newspaper, Honi Let has a responsibility to push the boundaries of campus culture. When you think of walking around barefoot on campus, the people they have in mind are undesirable at best. Hippies, stoners, weird artists. But what if three sexy, normal college …

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Five prudent tips for managing your personal finances

By Pushkina Nautiyal New Delhi, August 28 (IANSlife): he most coveted form of independence is financial freedom. However, even those with the highest incomes can fall deeply into debt due to a lack of personal money management skills. Money management is a fantastic strategy for achieving your financial goals …

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What is synesthesia, the rare gift of hearing or hearing colors?

Artists such as Vincent van Gogh, Wassily Kandinsky, Jimi Hendrix and even Kanye West are said to have experimented with this curious human perception of the senses. It’s not very common to come across someone who claims to be able to smell or hear colors, but while it might sound …

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7 Ways Metaverse Will Impact Digital Marketing

Did you know that virtual reality will soon be adopted globally? Did you also know that Metaverse is one of the most impactful blockchain projects for virtual reality and augmented reality? It is true that Metaverse is not as well known as other blockchain projects. However, its potential to change …

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CFPB sues payday lender for allegedly concealing free repayment plans | PC Weiner Brodsky Kider

On July 12, 2022, the CFPB filed a lawsuit seeking a permanent injunction and other forms of relief against a major payday lender for unfair, deceptive, and abusive acts in violation of the CFPA. The CFPB alleges the payday lender concealed free repayment plans from consumers. The CFPB says the …

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The Eugene Biennial becomes a tradition – Eugene Weekly

Gallery owner Karin Clarke launched the Eugene Biennale in 2016, a year after the Jacobs Gallery and the Mayor of Eugene’s annual art exhibition were closed for several years. She wanted to make up for the loss in the community – and others too, rallying to lend their support. This …

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Director resigns due to political pressure on Boundary Co. Library »Sandpoint Reader

By Lyndsie Kiebert-Carey and Zach HagadoneReading Staff Boundary County Library Director Kimber Glidden announced her resignation Aug. 16, effective Saturday, Sept. 10, after months of mounting pressure from a recall effort, as well as what the district called ” an increase in harassing behavior, derogatory accusations and an alleged threat”. …

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LGBTQ+ businesses in Guerneville radiate pride

Among travelers who identify as lesbian, gay, bisexual, transgender, and queer, the Russian River Valley town of Guerneville has been known as one of America’s friendliest destinations since the 1970s. Throughout the year, the city celebrates its LGBTQ+ community with events like when local health officials and healthcare providers quietly …

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Letters: Real estate transaction | For-profit rodeo

Submit your letter to the editor via this form. Read more Letters to the Editor. Howard Terminal Maprelates to real estate The Howard Terminal stadium deal isn’t about keeping the A’s baseball club in Oakland. This is a pure and simple real estate transaction. The owners of the A’s are …

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What does your favorite flower say about you?

Find out how your favorite flower defines who you are. 1. Roses are the classic flowers most associated with romance. Of course, there are pink roses and red roses – both are wonderful in terms of romance. People who prefer red roses are hopeless romantics who appreciate beauty and delicacy. …

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PS VR2 locked for early 2023 launch

A window finally locked! After an entire year of information drip-dripping to media and fans, today it’s various PlayStation social accounts around the world, led by the (of all) PlayStation Australia page, revealing that the very expected, PS VR 2 would arrive worldwide in “early 2023”. Our most recent info …

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See the world through youthful eyes, with local artist Amanda Niekamp – Scout Magazine

Photo of the artist at the Villa Savoye by Thomas Kolb. Amanda Niekamp is a Vancouver-based painter and illustrator whose works typically focus on architecture. Far from your standard technical renderings, Niekamp’s depictions – informed by his natural surroundings and his passions for international design and modernism – are full …

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Asking wage is vital to protect India’s blue-collar workforce from credit traps

Opinions expressed by Entrepreneur the contributors are theirs. You are reading Entrepreneur India, an international franchise of Entrepreneur Media. Financial stability is a privilege few have and one that has been tested time and time again during these pandemic years. A recent study by EY found that 80% of Indians …

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Artopia: On Khalil Gibran’s Lesser-Known Painter Identity

“When love calls you, follow it, though its ways are hard and steep. And when its wings spread, you submit to it, Though the sword hidden between its cogs may wound you. And when he speaks to you, believe in him, Even though his voice may shatter your dreams as …

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A LITTLE LIFE, Theater Festival

There’s light at the end of the tunnel that’s Ivo van Hovestage adaptation of A little life. But it’s a very long tunnel. For some, the idea of ​​a four-hour adaptation of the critically acclaimed 736-page novel is artistic sadism reserved for the most hardened theatergoers. Make its UK premiere …

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Grönefeld 1941 Grönograaf: My (current) predicted winner for this year’s “Best Chronograph” at the Grand Prix d’Horlogerie de Genève 2022

When Tim and Bart Grönefeld showed me their prototype 1941 Gronograaf during Watches & Wonders 2022, I thought it was fantastic. I liked it. But I told them that I didn’t think it would win the “Best Chronograph” 2022 at the Geneva Watchmaking Grand Prix in November because I thought …

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“Should I be my brother’s keeper?” Yes and no”

A view of the Rijksmuseum in Amsterdam (Wikimedia Commons public domain photograph) A new article appeared recently in Interpreter: A journal of Latter-day Saint faith and scholarship: “Should I be my brother’s keeper?” Yes and no,” written by . . . Well, Daniel C. Peterson Summary: We usually teach and …

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Understanding Payday Loans – The Basics and Beyond

A payday loan, in essence, is a short-term but high-interest loan structure. It is available to almost all consumers and does not require too much paperwork. But, there is a catch. Unlike any other borrowing infrastructure, the amount usually depends on what you earn from your job or business. Therefore, …

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Do masks really interfere with emotional recognition?

We needn’t be so worried, experts say, because humans use more than just facial cues to read emotions. Since the COVID-19 pandemic began in 2020 and masks were recommended as a public health tool, there has been much discussion and debate about them. An idea that masks impede our ability …

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Green Room: ACE art, Tarnanthi on tour, Rubies legend

Porter Street Commission Kaspar Schmidt Mumm received the award Porter Street Commission 2023the multidisciplinary artist from Adelaide planning to create a new work in the form of a large-scale puppet head that encourages interaction with the public. The commission, now in its third year, is awarding $20,000 to a South …

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Meet her ex-husband Vincent Kartheiser – Hollywood Life

See the gallery Image Credit: Invision/AP/Shutterstock Alexis Bledel40 years old, and her husband, Vincent Kartheiser43, were married for nearly a decade before calling it quits in 2022. Vincent has officially filed for divorce from the Gilmore Girls actress on August 10 of that year, and the news emerged a week …

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Rushdie’s Indianness love songs pulsate with passion

The opening paragraphs of Salman Rushdie’s essay Imaginary Homelands, a meditation on how migration can transform a writer, contain one of the most moving descriptions of homesickness ever written. Rushdie describes standing outside his childhood home on Warden Road in what was then Bombay and soaking up the rich colors …

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A conversation with AJ Glasco, curator of ‘We are Hip-Hop’

When the Charlotte International Arts FestivalI is coming next month, one of its first events will be the “We are a hip-hop dance showcasea performance that highlights some of Charlotte’s best hip-hop and street dancing talent. On Wednesday, August 17, hip-hop fans can an overview of this upcoming performance – …

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Fintech Startups and Banking Veterans Share the Trade Floor on the First Day of the Summit | Arkansas Business News

We were unable to send the item. On Monday, fintech startups from across the country and as far away as the Netherlands and Ireland gathered at the Statehouse Convention Center in Little Rock for the first-ever VenCent Fintech Summit. Hosted by the Venture Center in Little Rock, the summit is …

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Overview of the arts: loyalty (bookstore) is rewarded

Ohmygod is a giant check: Loyalty Bookstore, the local black and gay-owned independent bookstore with locations in Petworth and Silver Spring, received a generous surprise Monday morning. The shop and its owner, Hannah Oliver Deppwere on a segment today hello america to celebrate black business month. During the segment, Depp, …

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The Dragon Slayer Night Show is coming to Warwick Castle

The age-old legend of Guy of Warwick came to life in its most vivid and stunning way last Friday (August 12) in Dragon Slayer, an epic nighttime spectacle at Warwick Castle. England’s greatest lost legend comes to life in a gripping theatrical experience that includes live performances, thrilling stunts and …

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AMD Radeon RX 7000 and Ryzen 7000 “RDNA 3” GPU Codename Details

The shady codenames of AMD’s upcoming line of RDNA 3 graphics powering the Navi 3x GPUs for Radeon RX 7000 and Ryzen 7000 have been revealed. AMD continues aquatic fish codename trend with next-gen RDNA 3-powered Navi 3x GPUs for Radeon RX 7000 and Ryzen 7000 Today we find the …

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College-aged Andy Warhol paintings auctioned by Warhola family

A selection of early Andy Warhol paintings held in his family for more than 70 years will be auctioned later this year, according to a nephew of Warhol, artist James Warhola. The 10 paintings were created by Warhol (1928-1987) while attending the Carnegie Institute of Technology, now Carnegie Mellon University …

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Beyond Van Gogh, Elvis Costello & Potato & Corn Festival

(WTNH) – Looking for weekend activities? We have eight ideas for you! Surround yourself with fabulous art at the Beyond Van Gogh exhibit at the Connecticut Convention Center, now through early October. It’s an amazing and immersive experience. All weekend, attend the 64th Annual Mystic Outdoor Art Festival featuring over …

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The Corner Crone: The Empath Oracle by Raven Digitalis

The Empath Oracle is the third piece of Raven Digitalis’ Empath’s Trilogy, the first two tracks of which are his books Esoteric Empathy and The everyday empathy. While the first book in the triptych is designed for Witchy and occult readers, the second book and this Oracle deck was designed …

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Should you ever get a payday loan?

When you’re low on cash between paychecks or have an unexpected financial emergency, a payday loan can be a tempting option to help you make ends meet or access cash quickly. However, these short-term loans, which are usually due on the day of your next payday, are extremely risky. They …

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Britney Spears’ troubled relationship with her sons, Jayden and Preston

August 10, 2022 – 5:45 PM BST Narent Sejdija Britney Spears hits out at ex-husband Kevin Federline over her shocking interview. During the weekend, Britney Spears and fiancé Sam Asghari hit back at Kevin Federline’s claims about Britney and her two boys, both of whom she shares with …

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Last Screening (2022) by Darezhan Omirbayev

According to Omirbayev, “where there is life there is no art and vice versa,” in a comment that suggests artists must embrace their loneliness to move forward. “Last Screening”, his latest work, is a 30-minute short film that revolves around this concept, but also, as usual in the work of …

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Lots of news from Encore Creativity

Photo: Larry Kelly Annapolis-based Encore Creativity for Older Adults, America’s largest choral organization for adults over 55, has partnered with local entities to expand singing opportunities for older adults in Anne Arundel County. In September, a new Encore Chorale will debut at the Chesapeake Arts Center, and Encore’s Sentimental Journey …

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Life events, not bad decisions, can contribute to financial hardship | On your debt

Almost everyone feels less stressed and happier when financially stable. Unfortunately, when this stability is shaken, problems that started small could become insurmountable sooner than expected. As a result, you may have found yourself in a difficult financial situation that you thought would last temporarily, but now you don’t know …

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How Rethink Proved Even the AI ​​Knows “It Has to Be Heinz”

Following the success of Heinz’s “Draw Ketchup” campaign last year, where the creative agency Rethink hosted a social experiment that saw participants draw Heinz bottles when asked to “draw ketchup,” the condiment giant has followed up the campaign with a futuristic, cutting-edge next step. Using the DALL-E 2 image-generating AI …

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Native American series is one of TV’s best: NPR

Lane Factor, Paulina Alexis, D’Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai and Devery Jacobs play four friends living on an Indian reservation in the series Reservation dogs. FX on Hulu hide caption toggle caption FX on Hulu Lane Factor, Paulina Alexis, D’Pharaoh Woon-A-Tai and Devery Jacobs play four friends living on an Indian reservation in …

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The Recorder – Growing Pocumtuck Homelands Festival takes attendees ‘back to our roots’

TURNERS FALLS – The ninth annual Pocumtuck Homelands Festival brought vendors, storytelling, dancing, drumming and more to Unity Park over the weekend, with many attendees noticing the festival’s growth. “This festival takes us back to our roots and to the first inhabitants of the region,” commented festival volunteer Jeff Carroll. …

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Allegoria Spider One Director Talks About His Film Debut and His Influences

| spider onelong known for his musical adventures as the frontman of metal band Powerman 5000, also took his creative talents down a path similar to that of his brother Rob Zombie behind the director’s chair. After leaving the Powerman 5000 music videos and shorts, Spider hit a major milestone …

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French pop art provocateur Mr. Brainwash celebrates ‘beautiful’ Perth in first Australian exhibition

Imagine Paul McCartney not wanting to discuss the Beatles, or cricketing legend Dennis Lillee refusing to acknowledge the existence of wicketkeeper Rod Marsh. That’s how it feels when French pop art provocateur Thierry Guetta, aka Mr. Brainwash, feigns ignorance at the mere mention of Banksy, the English street art deity …

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SUNFLOWER Scottish Rite Musical misses the mark

Theater for young people and young audiences has been such an important part of my life. I have worked with all age groups over the years and these experiences have not only deepened my love for theater but have shown me that the performing arts can fill the gaps, teach …

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The most self-destructive force in the world | Columns

Without a doubt, the climate-obsessed green movement is the dumbest self-destructive force in the world today, leaving a trail of irrationality and madness wherever it goes. Consider its recent record of destroying the country of Sri Lanka, making Western Europe unnecessarily vulnerable to Vladimir Putin’s energy blackmail and stoking rising …

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5 things to do this weekend, including an art exhibit at BCA and a block party at EXIT Galleries

If you feel like dancing, you’re in luck this weekend. EXIT Galleries in Allston will host a party with live music from The Overhead Bins & Godcaster throughout the evening. If you’d rather watch than cut a rug, Grant Jacoby & Dancers will perform experimental choreography on Saturday in Cambridge. …

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Norefusalpaydayloansukdirectlenders provides short term loans to people in the UK

With the help of norefusalpaydayloansukdirectlenders.xyz, people in the UK are now able to easily take payday loans without refusal. These short-term loans allow people to meet their urgent expenses and are unaffected by inflation. Inflation has become a major problem for everyone, and it is more difficult for people to …

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Catholic churches are beginning to accept crypto donations. Oh my God

Catholic worshipers in the United States can now donate crypto to their church’s efforts. But where is the Vatican on cryptos? While most religions are thousands of years old and full of outdated nonsense, one archdiocese (region for which the archbishop is responsible) has shown that it is going modern …

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The Grammys | GRAMMY.com

Last year the GRAMMY Awards updated Best World Music Album category to the world’s best music album to honor artists around the world. But why stop there? On Tuesday, September 28, GRAMMY.com will present its latest digital series: Global Spin, a performance series featuring artists from around the world. Each …

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Why Jordy Dwyer is passionate about improving Indigenous financial literacy

Jordy Dwyer is passionate about helping Indigenous Australians improve their financial well-being. The 30-year-old Wiradjuri, who grew up on the NSW Central Coast, now works as a community engagement and projects officer at the First Nations Foundation. The registered charity provides financial education to Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander people. …

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X-rays reveal surprise Van Gogh self-portrait

Peasant head, a painting from an earlier period in Vincent van Gogh’s career, depicts a woman from a town in the southern Netherlands. It was here – where Van Gogh lived from 1883 to 1885 – that he painstakingly immortalized his facial features and simple clothing in oil paintings. But …

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The closure of the San Francisco Art Institute: “Artists can hang themselves”

The announcement in mid-July that the San Francisco Art Institute (SFAI) would cease operations, no longer offering courses or degrees, is a significant and telling event. Whatever the concrete circumstances and whatever individuals or bodies may bear some responsibility, the closure of the once renowned school is a further sign …

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