Monthly Archives: November 2021

Jennifer Lopez wraps up filming at Smithers – Castlegar News

VIDEO: Jennifer Lopez wraps up filming at Smithers In an Instagram post, the Mother star tells her family she is going home Jennifer Lopez has wrapped up her part of filming at Smithers on the Netflix production The Mother. In an Instagram video posted last night, the actor, producer, singer and dancer confirmed she was heading home. “It’s my last ...

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Searches for Gucci products increase after release of “House of Gucci” movie – WWD

MANY HAPPY COMEBACKS : It looks like the highly anticipated “House of Gucci” will bring in more than box office returns this holiday season. Cash registers are expected to ring at Gucci as data showed an increase in searches for its handbags and clothing, coinciding with the film’s global release this week. Fashion ecommerce aggregator Lovethesales.com reported on Friday that ...

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Bradenton Gulf Island Concert Series, featuring legendary artists from the 70s and 80s

Arts & Culture FRIDAY, NOV 26, 2021 | DAILY SRQ FRIDAY WEEKEND EDITION Photo courtesy of The Wailers Star-studded performers highlight the Bradenton Gulf Island concert series returning next month. Five popular acts will bring a range of hits – from classic rock to reggae – over a five-month period at the Anna Maria Island Center. Legendary Bob Marley band ...

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The wobbly and slow “tender bar” does not find its place

Rating: 2.0 / 5.0 There are some movie adaptations that absolutely don’t have to be made, and “The Tender Bar” is certainly one of them. Unfortunately, the film also doesn’t redeem itself by being well done or fun to watch. Directed by George Clooney and based on the memoir of the same name by Pulitzer Prize-winning novelist and journalist JR ...

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TikToker filming homeless man after giving him food sparks debate

A video of an anonymous man eating breadsticks explodes on TikTok this week, sparking a debate about “performative activism” and how homeless people are portrayed on social media. In the original clip, TikToker @dalton_j_puckett writes, “I gave a homeless man some Olive Garden breadsticks and he did.” Watched over 9.7 million times, the video shows a man biting a bread ...

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Foam Flotation Equipment Market Expected to Grow at a CAGR of 5.28% by 2025 | Evolving Opportunities with Della Toffola Spa & Eriez Manufacturing Co. | 17000 + Technavio Reports

NEW YORK, November 24, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The market for foam flotation equipment is expected to grow by $ 90.49 million between 2020 and 2025, and register a 5.28% CAGR, according to the latest estimates from Technavio’s market research report. Some of the major vendors in the foam flotation equipment market include Della Toffola Spa, Eriez Manufacturing Co., ...

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News Corp Australia partners with interactive video platform Vudoo

News Corp Australia has partnered with the interactive video platform Vudoo to provide brands with interactive video solutions across its digital network. Vudoo’s product incorporates clickable content that can be measured and optimized in real time. The product is integrated with News Corp Australia’s Food Corp network business content proposition, with customers now able to add product and recipe purchases ...

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Photo from the set of Rob Zombie’s The Munsters shows the Mockingbird Lane sign

Horror filmmaker Rob Zombie is giving fans a taste of The Munsters’ Mockingbird Lane with a new road sign for the upcoming film adaptation. Horror filmmaker and musician Rob Zombie took to social media to show off the fictional Mockingbird Lane road sign. The street is otherwise known as the home of The Munsters, the classic monster family television series ...

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Biden to tap into U.S. oil reserves to fight rising gas prices

WASHINGTON – Working with five other countries, President Biden on Tuesday ordered the release of oil from the country’s emergency stockpile as Americans face rising gas prices amid inflation ahead of the holidays, according to senior administration officials. The administration will draw on 50 million barrels of crude from the strategic oil reserve. Britain, China, India, Japan and Korea will ...

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Siena drink program extends alcohol consumption after keg parties

For many, drinking in college meant keg parties, Long Island iced teas, and cheap pitchers of beer with friends at the local bar. For some students at Siena College in Loudonville, drinking in college means oak-paneled lounges and fine liquors to be enjoyed while stretching their research muscles. The new Siena College Beverage Institute, founded this spring by a group ...

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