Month: February 2024

Travis Kelce is living his best life in Las Vegas. The Kansas City Chiefs tight end spent part of his weekend partying in Sin City with his NFL teammates, including quarterback Patrick Mahomes, after arriving in Vegas on Saturday (Feb. 24) following a short visit to Sydney, Australia, where he attended his girlfriend Taylor Swift‘s
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Thirty-one years after its founding, Other Minds, the brainchild of Charles Amirkhanian and Jim Newman, is still going strong as a presenter of experimental contemporary music with an emphasis on “the most original, eccentric, and underrepresented creative voices.” Here’s a presentation of Linda Bouchard and the Ensemble TriOcular+ performing three of her “Live Structures” pieces. 
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Can Ayo Edebiri get a “yes, chef”?  After all, The Bear star took home the award for Outstanding Performance by a Female Actor in a Comedy Series at the 2024 Screen Actors Guild Awards, beating out The Marvelous Mrs. Maisel‘s Alex Borstein and Rachel Brosnahan, Ted Lasso‘s Hannah Waddingham and Abbott Elementary‘s Quinta Brunson. And during her speech, the
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Graham Halstead serves up an atmospheric performance in the audiobook of The Glutton (11 hours), A.K. Blakemore’s mesmerizing novel about a peasant boy with a voracious appetite for just about anything. Tarare is a sickly man close to death, strapped to his hospital bed and watched over by a nun who is terrified by rumors
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In the bustling life of a student, maintaining good mental health is as crucial as achieving academic excellence. The pressure to perform and personal and social challenges can affect mental wellness. However, with the right strategies, students can navigate these pressures effectively. Here are several approaches to nurturing mental health, ensuring students survive and thrive
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The fight scenes in the latest live-action adaptation of ‘Avatar’ can’t rival the original’s, but the new show shines in its focus on character Netflix/Ringer illustration Netflix’s live-action remake of Avatar: The Last Airbender deserves credit for this: It’s much better than the movie adaptation. Much, much better. M. Night Shyamalan’s derided interpretation of the
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Benito Mussolini (left) and Gabriele D’Annunzio in 1924. Photo by Hulton-Deutsch Collection / CORBIS / Corbis via Getty Images Writers under despots,” says Simon Ings, “may have to take instruction, but they’re rarely out of a job.” Every regime requires a story to validate it, and a regime lacking the authority of tradition needs one
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 “It’s a beautiful and humbling thing to be nominated for any award but it’s particularly meaningful when you are nominated by your fellow actors,” the Outstanding Performance by a Male Actor in a Leading Role nominee said in a statement following his nod for his work in The Holdovers. “Actors are tough critics! Paul Hunham
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