Monthly Archives: August 2022

Black Arts MKE summer camp trains kids to create their own show

Ashley Jordan grew up in Milwaukee loving the performing arts. Describing herself as “a first-stage kid”, she said she had taken many different classes, including music and ballet, but always came back to her “sweet spot”, acting. Jordan, who is black, said her experiences in the performing arts were better when she saw people who looked like her. Now she ...

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Chickasha Fire Department prepares to launch investigation into blaze at large manufacturing company

Four days after a large fire in Chickasha, another fire occurred with similarities to the first: both are linked to expired hand sanitizer. Chickasha Fire Department Chief Tony Samaniego said they were eager to start digging through the rubble. This is to answer the 1.5 million gallon question. “It’s still a question of whether it was arson or not,” Samaniego ...

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Business of Home Announces Future of Home Programming and Partners

The premier home design event returns to New Yorkin person, September 12-13 NEW YORK, August 11, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Home businessthe interior design industry’s leading business media brand, is proud to announce the future of the house 2022 programming schedule and list of speakers. The annual conference of design professionals will take place, entirely in person, from September 12-13 at ...

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Northumbria University and BFI launch bold cultural partnership

Northumbria University has joined forces with the UK’s largest screen body, the BFI (British Film Institute) in an ambitious partnership that will provide world-class networks, knowledge and experience with moving image culture and screen industries for University staff and students. The UK’s leading organization for film and the moving image, the IBF will work with Northumbria on projects including live ...

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Senator Bennet’s midterm ad depicts him as an outdoor enthusiast, but it was filmed with a 24-hour fishing license

NEWYou can now listen to Fox News articles! A second campaign ad for Democratic U.S. Senator Michael Bennet features the Colorado senator on a fishing expedition with an unaffiliated voter in an apparent effort to portray the wealthy businessman as an outdoorsman. But he reportedly bought a 24-hour fishing license to shoot the ad. Bennet, who is looking to appeal ...

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Liberty Co. plays a part in Georgia’s big movie year

Liberty County contributed to a big year for film and movie productions in Georgia. A number of feature films have chosen Liberty County as their location over the past year, including ‘The Color Purple Musical’, ‘A Jazzman’s Blues’, ‘The Menu’, ‘Halloween Ends’ and a number of other multi-million dollar films. dollar production. These film productions have brought visitors such as ...

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Hermitage Artist Retreat and Aspen Music Festival celebrate the Hermitage Prize for Composition

Arts & Culture DAILY SRQ WEDNESDAY PHILANTHROPY EDITION WEDNESDAY AUGUST 10, 2022 | Pictured: outdoor program on Hermitage beach. Photo courtesy of the Hermitage Artists Retreat. The Hermitage Artist Retreat (Sarasota County, Florida) and the Aspen Music Festival and School (Aspen, Colorado) commemorate the 10th anniversary of the Hermitage Prize for Composition with a video celebrating the impact of this ...

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Sergio Leone had an interesting take comparing Clint Eastwood and Robert De Niro

In a 1984 interview with American Film, Leone shared his candid and colorful thoughts on the stark contrast between Eastwood and De Niro. At first he likens Eastwood’s cast to an inversion of Michelangelo’s explanation of why he chose a particular block of marble to carve one of his masterpieces. While Michelangelo said he saw Moses in one block of ...

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Filmmaker Lars von Trier has Parkinson’s disease

Danish filmmaker Lars von Trier, known for movies like “Melancholia” and “Dancer in the Dark,” has been diagnosed with Parkinson’s disease, his production company Zentropa announced on Monday. The company said it released the information to avert speculation about his health ahead of the premiere of its “The Kingdom Exodus” series at the Venice Film Festival next month. Zentropa said ...

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With ‘Stills’, local filmmakers aim high and stay local | New

BROOKSVILLE — In a house in Brooksville, past the kitchen and across the living room is an editing room where two men work on assembling their latest and most ambitious film. “Stills” is the title, and it’s the brainchild of Kyle Marra of Root & Branch Films and Lief Thomason of Odd!Life, along with several other hard-working people – some ...

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How the increase in travel has impacted the insurance industry

Dubai CommerCity, part of the Dubai Integrated Economic Zones Authority (DIEZ) and the region’s first and leading e-commerce free zone, has signed a Memorandum of Understanding with the Dubai Culture & Arts Authority (Dubai Culture). The agreement aims to stimulate the growth of Dubai’s creative sector and enhance Dubai’s attractiveness as a global hub for the creative economy. According to ...

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Zac Efron is in trouble after filming a video with a bear

By Dan Lawrence | Published 11 hours ago Zac Efron is in trouble after shooting a video with a bear. A weird phrase that’s the result of an even weirder promotional campaign that sees the former musical high school star pours out her heart and soul on a park bench next to a large grizzly bear. MovieWeb reports that animal ...

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Reviews | Want to rebuild manufacturing? Have a conversation about immigration.

Comment this story Comment It’s been somewhat surprising to see some truly bipartisan bills pass in recent days, including the Chips and Science Act, which will spend hundreds of billions of dollars to rebuild America’s manufacturing base to better compete with China. A number of Republicans have cast aside old orthodoxies to engage in industrial policy in the service of ...

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San Francisco Playhouse and Yiddish Theater Ensemble Announce INDECENT Cast

San Francisco Playhouse announced the casting of Indecent by Paula Vogelthe first production of Playhouse’s 20th anniversary season. The play will take place on the main stage of the San Francisco Playhouse from September 22 to November 5, 2022. Susi Damilano will direct, with musical direction by Dmitri Gaskin and choreography by Nicole Helfer. The production marks the Bay Area ...

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Movie ‘doesn’t improve the DC brand’

Director of Warner Bros. DiscoveryDavid Zaslav dumps the nearly completed $90 million “Batgirl” movie that was intended for HBO Max. Zaslav dropped out of the performance of Leslie Grace, who would have been the first Latina to play that titular role. The film was budgeted at $75 million, but pandemic-related delays drove up the cost. Kim Masters and Matt Belloni, ...

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Batgirl star Leslie Grace thanks fans for ‘love and belief’ after film’s cancellation | Warner Bros.

Warner Bros. Batgirl star Leslie Grace has spoken out following the studio’s decision to cancel the film’s release on all platforms. “Querida familia!” On the heels of recent news regarding our film Batgirl, I’m proud of the love, hard work and intent that all of our amazing actors and tireless crew put into this film for 7 months in Scotland,” ...

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Pelosi’s visit to Taiwan puts TSMC back in the spotlight of the US-China rivalry

Taiwan Semiconductor Manufacturing Company (TSMC) is the world’s largest contract chipmaker. But it was pushed amid US-China geopolitical tensions. logo displayed on the screen. Raphael Henrique | Sopa Pictures | Light flare | Getty Images US House Speaker Nancy Pelosi may have left Taiwan, but the visit has once again shed light on the island’s critical role in the global ...

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McKinney and Yeti fires – August 3, 2022 – The Lookout

McKinney and Yeti fires Cards: Zeke Lunder Subtitles: Ryan Stephens Contents: Weather forecast for the Mckinney and Yeti fires McKinney Fire yeti fire Weather forecast for the Mckinney and Yeti fires: —McKinney Fire— McKinney Fire Behavior Prediction: McKinney Infrared Surveillance Cards: Shaded areas Yellow are where the fire cools. Red at white perimeter lines represent approximately 12 hours of growth ...

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Not taking enough creative risks? Try Parkour

The first time I tried a coward, or swing, in parkour, I fell flat on my stomach. Torn hands, bruised shins and bruised egos. Three years ago, I spent the spring looking for an alternative fitness activity, something that would finally hook me. I didn’t know it at the time, but I think the brief for me, in my head, ...

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Alexandra Stewart of “Love Island” takes fans behind the scenes of Tell-All TikTok

Ancient the island of love star Alexandra Stuart let fans experience what it was like filming the popular reality TV show. Stewart joined the first season of love island usa on CBS in 2019, and last night she shared a video on TikTok explaining her experience on set. Stewart prefaced the video, which was titled “The Top Questions I Get ...

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Tosoh will increase its production capacity for separation and purification media

Tokyo – Tosoh Company announced that it will increase the production capacity of TOYOPEARL and TSKgel PW separation and purification media at its Nanyo complex (Shunan CityYamaguchi Prefecture) in response to the growing demand for antibody and oligonucleotide purification. Separation and purification media are key products of Tosoh’s Bioscience Division and are used in the purification process of biopharmaceutical manufacturing ...

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Find local favorite Frida K

Anyone who frequents Seattle nightlife has heard the name Frida K. She’s opened for high-profile DJs in several states and is gaining traction on the festival circuit. We had the chance to speak with Frida K about her growing success just before her performance at Beyond Wonderland at the Gorge earlier this summer. Credit: Shutterklick DMNW: How did you end ...

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Deluxe Acquires German Dubbing Studio CSC – Deadline

Deluxe Media has acquired German dubbing company Creative Sound Conception Studio (CSC), which will be rebranded as Deluxe Germany and expand its facilities for existing and new customers in the growing space. Financial terms were not disclosed. Deluxe provides localization content production and distribution services to studios and distributors worldwide. Based in Hamburg, CSC, founded in 1989, is a leading ...

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Orlando Bloom soaks up Australian wildlife and befriends Josh Gad while cleaning up a beach

Orlando Bloom and his fiancée Katy Perry picked up and moved their family to Australia in mid-June while he filmed his latest movie, Wizards, alongside Naomi Scott and Pete Davidson. Over the next six weeks, Bloom took to Instagram and shared images of the country’s incredible wildlife, as well as glimpses of her rigorous workout routines. And over the weekend, ...

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