Monthly Archives: May 2022

Where can I get a bad credit loan?

It can be difficult to get a loan from a traditional lender if your credit score is low. However, that doesn’t mean you’re out of luck if you need money fast. Other options to consider for securing the funds you need include online lenders, some banks and credit unions, payday …

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Borealis AI Researchers Propose PUMA: Unchanged Performance Model Increase for Training Data Removal

This Article is written as a summay by Marktechpost Staff based on the Research Paper 'PUMA: Performance Unchanged Model Augmentation for Training Data Removal'. All Credit For This Research Goes To The Researchers of This Project. Check out the paper. Please Don't Forget To Join Our ML Subreddit As the …

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Straub Group teacher honored for leading growth and supporting students beyond the classroom

Jaimie Hall, who has been teaching music in Salem for more than two decades, said he enjoys working with middle schoolers because they are “fearless”. He was recently named the district’s music teacher of the year. Jaimie Hall leads an advanced band rehearsal at Straub Middle School on Wednesday, May …

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Impressive business opportunity analysis forecast on the rise by 2027. – ManufactureLink

New York, United States: The research report promulgated by DECISIVE MARKETS INSIGHTS indicates the variety of challenges and difficulties prevailing in the global market environment during the forecast period 2020-2027. In-depth statistical analysis depicts the valuable players in the global market along with their respective signs of progress and trends. …

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Don’t let bad credit stop you from buying a home

UK government figures painted a mixed picture when it comes to household debt and the pandemic. Savings increased and unsecured debt decreased, although total household debt increased by more than 2%. However, even though households have been able to build savings and reduce their unsecured debt over the past 2 …

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Lenny Henry Criticizes TV Streamers’ Commissioning Tactics | television broadcast

Sir Lenny Henry has criticized the way streaming services commission content, saying: “They want to know if it’s going to sell before they think it’s going to be good.” The comedian, who has been appearing on TV screens for nearly 50 years, believes the BBC has a better approach to …

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Brian Cox’s Performance as Hannibal Lecter Worth Remembering

It’s been 41 years since Thomas Harris unleashed the terrifying psychiatrist-turned-cannibalistic serial killer Hannibal Lecter on the world in his classic 1981 novel Red Dragon, and since then has evolved into one of the most iconic villains in all of fiction. His portrait by Anthony Hopkins in the 1991 movie …

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Setting the Beat: A New Leader Wants to Unite the Community Through Music | Arts & Theater

Scott Seaton considers his role as the new Artistic Director of the Signature Symphony at Tulsa Community College to be as much a bridge builder as a leader of musicians. It was something that was part of the first concert he conducted for the orchestra, when he was still a …

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Development request: Broadcasting House, 2-22 Portland Place London W1B 1DJ

An application has been made by the BBC to Westminster Council to extend the use of public space for live events outside Broadcasting House in Portland Place. To see more details, see the summary below and the link to the application for details on the council’s planning website. 22/03047/FULL | …

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“The Little Mermaid Jr.” from the Pike Road Theater Company coming June 17-18

The June 17-18 performance of The Little Mermaid Jr. will feature 45 children whose talents blossomed during the Pike Road Theater Company’s summer camp. James Keith Posey, Founder and President of the Theatre, said the number of children who have signed up for the camp is indicative of how the …

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Chevron 2021 Corporate Sustainability Report: Performance Data

Posted 25 minutes ago Proposed by Chevron Company 2021 Chevron Corporate Sustainability Report: Performance and Data At Chevron, we strive to be transparent and improve our reporting on sustainability topics to provide comparable and decision-useful information for investors and other stakeholders. We work with peers, stakeholders and regulators to achieve …

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Anubhav Sinha’s Anek hints only lightly at AFSPA violence in the northeast, but drives the point home

Aabout his recent release titled Anekproducer Anubhav Sinha is clear – this is not a film for the northeast, it’s about the northeast and aims to strike a deal with mainland India. In one of the scenes, a character from North India tells professional boxer trainer Aido (Andrea Kevishusa): “Tumhare …

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Onlookers urged police to charge into a Texas school

UVALDE, Texas — Frustrated bystanders urged police to charge into the Texas elementary school where a gunman’s rampage killed 19 children and two teachers, witnesses said Wednesday, as investigators worked to follow up on the massacre that lasted over 40 minutes and ended when the 18-year-old gunman was killed by …

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See the League of Chicago Theaters summer theater guide, featuring the Black Ensemble Theater, Goodman Theater and more

Chicago will continue to produce some of the country’s most exciting works this summer. Offerings from the city’s more than 250 production theaters include a wide variety of plays and musicals, as well as comedy, dance and outdoor events. For a complete listing of Chicago productions, including a guide to …

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LitePoint works with Broadcom to ensure performance

SAN JOSE, Calif., May 25, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — LitePoint, a leading provider of wireless test solutions, today announced that it is working with global technology leader Broadcom Inc. to ensure performance and speed access point verification based on the new Wi-Fi 7 chips. LitePoint’s IQxel-MX tester was selected to …

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Theater News: Angela Lansbury, The Karate Kid, Lempicka, Girl From North Country, Cathy Maguire and Night Of AThousand Judys

Angela Lansbury is honored with the 2022 Tony Special Lifetime Achievement Award. Lansbury has won five Tony Awards throughout his more than 75-year career. Producers Naoya Kinoshita, Kumiko Yoshii, and Michael Wolk shared a first look at The Karate Kid – The Musical ahead of its first pre-Broadway worldwide engagement …

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Syndication is the perfect place for addressable experimentation

When you hear the word “syndication”, what comes to mind? Is it reruns of Seinfeld, Friendsor Law and order? Or maybe Judge Judy and the multitude of courtroom performances. Perhaps Oprah. Maybe “syndication” makes you think about how Peril aired before Wheel of Fortune in some markets, but after Wheel …

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GODSPELL opens at Music Mountain Theater

Godspell was the first major musical proposed by three-time Grammy and Oscar winner Stephen Schwartz (Wicked, Pippin, Children of Eden), and it took the world by storm. Led by the international hit “Day by Day”, Godspell offers a parade of beloved songs including “Prepare Ye the Way of the Lord”, …

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High performance, low thermal budget

New technical paper titled “Remarkably High-Performance Nanosheet GeSn Thin Film Transistor” by researchers from National Yang Ming Chiao Tung University and others. Abstract “High-performance p-type thin-film transistors (pTFTs) are crucial for realizing low-power three-dimensional monolithic and on-panel display integrated circuits. Unfortunately, it is difficult to achieve high hole mobility above …

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Playhouse Square Hosts Annual Dazzle Awards

In an effort to recognize the importance of musical theater and arts education in Northeastern Ohio high schools, Playhouse Square proudly hosted the annual Dazzle Awards presented by Pat and John Chapman on Saturday, May 21. The Dazzle Awards are affiliated with The Jimmy Awards / The National High School …

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Police search for gunman in fatal NYC subway shooting

(NEW YORK) – New York City police officers are searching for a gunman after a subway passenger was fatally shot in what investigators describe as an unprovoked attack. The suspect was pacing the last carriage of a Manhattan-bound Q train as he crossed the Manhattan Bridge around 11:45 a.m. Sunday …

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Sportin’ Life: John W. Bubbles, an American classic book review

Placeholder while loading article actions There’s a fascinating scene in the 1943 film “Stormy Weather” that, brief as it is, encapsulates the virtuoso brilliance of dancer John W. Bubbles. According to the penetrating and revealing new biography, “Sportin’ Life: John W. Bubbles, an American Classic,” it also helps explain why …

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David Benavidez destroys David Lemieux in a spectacular performance

The two-time undefeated super middleweight champion and rising star captures the interim WBC strap with a third-round stoppage of Lemieux in front of hometown fans Saturday night on PBC on SHOWTIME. David Benavidez entered the ring with a beaming, relaxed smile on Saturday night at the Gila River Arena in …

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Students disappointed after broadcast program cut at St. Albans High School

St. Albans, WV (WOWK)—A parent has started a petition to save a vocational and technical education program at Saint Albans High School. The county says the Broadcast CTE is officially canceled due to lack of attendance and because students are not completing the program. Some students disagree. STAY INFORMED: Sign …

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Glove Theater interviews candidates for the position of manager

For the first time in more than a decade, the Glove Theater is interviewing applicants to hire as a full-time paid employee to manage the day-to-day operations of the nonprofit theater. James Hannahs, chairman of the board of the Glove Theater, said an increasing number of ongoing programming events at …

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Diana Taurasi has record performance for Phoenix Mercury in loss to Dallas Wings – Hartford Courant

Don’t let his age fool you. The White Mamba certainly won’t be slowing down anytime soon. Diana Taurasi became the oldest player in WNBA history to score 30 or more points in a Thursday night game. The 39-year-old former UConn women’s basketball star had 31 points, four assists and three …

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Interview: Historian Margaret Hall talks about her new book on Paul Gemignani

Paul Gemignani. For almost 50 years, the famous musical director has occupied the orchestra pits of hundreds of productions around the world. As a close associate of Stephen Sondheim and Hal Prince, Gemignani was present for some of the most important and groundbreaking shows in Broadway history. And while we …

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UPDATE: Major fire in downtown Hannover

(photo sent) https://media.socastsrm.com/wordpress/wp-content/blogs.dir/2522/files/2022/05/hanover-fire-interview.mp3 Emergency services are at the scene of a major fire in Hanover city center this morning. Hanover police said in a statement that officers on patrol located a structure fire at the former rooming house of the Forum Hotel at 315 10th Street in Hanover just …

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Tom Cruise Jets in Cannes – and leaves with a Palme d’Or

The Palme d’Or is the Cannes Film Festival’s most prized possession – the highest award given at the end of the festival to the jury’s choice for the best film in the competition. But much like how the Oscars bestow honorary awards on a handful of recipients at a separate …

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Jazz Vocal Group UMass Wins DownBeat Magazine’s Outstanding Performance Award: UMass Amherst

the UMass vocal jazz banddirected by Catherine Jensen Hole, was among the winners of the annual Student Music Awards (SMA) sponsored by DownBeat Magazine, widely recognized as the best publication devoted to “jazz, blues and beyond”. Each year, DownBeat announces the Student Music Award winners in its June issue based …

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“We’re back in business” – Scottish Opera unveils 60th anniversary season

Scottish Opera has included the current season revival of Thomas Allen’s Don Giovanni under the 60th anniversary banner PIC: James Glossop “We’re back in business,” insists Scottish Opera chief executive Alex Reedijk, who recently returned from London where his company enjoyed a week-long rerun of its popular production Gondoliers at …

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Top 5 Online Payday Loans For People With Bad Credit

Payday loans are a form of financing widely used by thousands of people across the United States, providing a quick way to generate cash for unexpected expenses. Payday loans for bad credit tend to be characterized by high interest rates – although if you dig a little deeper you’ll find …

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Morgan Wallen’s Billboard Music Awards performance criticized in light of his racial slur scandal

Country singer Morgan Wallen returned to the awards show stage at the 2022 Billboard Music Awards on Sunday for the first time since his racial slur scandal, but some viewers were outraged by efforts to ‘uncancel’ him. “. It’s been over a year since the 29-year-old Tennessee-born singer was filmed …

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How the South Dakota Symphony Became One of America’s Boldest Orchestras

The South Dakota Symphony Orchestra, the musical pride of Sioux Falls, has an annual budget of $2.3 million, which is microscopic by the standards of America’s top orchestras. The Chicago Symphony spends more than that each year on Riccardo Muti’s salary. Nevertheless, the South Dakota Symphony is bolder and savvier …

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Mired in crisis, Lebanese start voting for new parliament

BEIRUT — Lebanese voted for a new parliament on Sunday amid a country-shaping economic meltdown and low expectations that the vote would significantly alter the political landscape. A new generation of candidates from the 2019 protest movement are running against the country’s entrenched ruling class that is blamed for the …

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Media Theater Veterans Alliance Honors U.S. Navy Veteran Dick Wilson – Delco Times

MEDIA — The cast of “Sister Act,” which is currently playing on stage at the Media Theater until June 5, weren’t the only ones to receive a standing ovation last Saturday night. Audience members rose to give thunderous applause to Navy combat veteran Richard “Dick” Wilson, 97, who was honored …

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Why Jose Ferrer’s Performance In The 1984 Film Is So Good

It was recently announced that Christopher Walken would join the cast of the highly anticipated sequel to Denis Villeneuvethe resounding success of 2021 dune. Walken joins the villainous Emperor Padishah Shaddam IV, a character who did not appear in the first film. Walken is the latest addition to the thrilling …

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“Conversations with Friends”: Sally Rooney on screen, take two

It’s tempting to say that if you’ve seen Sally Rooney’s 2020 Hulu adaptation normal peopleyou know a lot about how you’ll feel about Sally Rooney’s 2022 Hulu adaptation Conversations with friends. Even if I didn’t tell you that a good part of the creative team had returned, you would find …

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Jug Jugg Jeeyo First Look, Check It Out Here

Jug Jugg Jeeyo, a film featuring the stalwarts of Hindi cinema, is directed by Raj Mehta. The film is special because it marks the return of Neetu Kapoor to the screen after seven long years. It is supported by Karan Johar’s Dharma Production. The first look of the film was …

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Salina Symphony of Kansas appoints new music director

(Photo credit: Bruno Fidrych) Over the orchestra’s 67-year history, Yaniv Segal will only be the third musical director in the organization’s existence. He was chosen from more than 100 applications, after five concerts each conducted by a different candidate. Segal will be involved in the planning for the 2022/2023 season …

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Disney gears up for ad-supported Disney Plus launch

Disney is “in good shape” to be able to launch an ad-supported version of Disney Plus this year, CEO Bob Chapek said. Speaking on Disney’s earnings call on Wednesday, Chapek noted that Disney was already selling ads on its Hulu and ESPN Plus streaming services. “The combination of our ESPN …

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TOWARDS T, OR NOT TOWARDS T? Coming to the Kirk Douglas Theater in June

Block Party: Celebrating Los Angeles Theater returns with the Los Angeles LGBT Center’s production of “To T, or Not To T? A Comedic Trans Journey through (T)estosterone and Masculinity” from June 25 to July 10, 2022. Opening is scheduled for June 29. Written and performed by renowned Tamil-Sri Lankan-American actor/screenwriter/comedian …

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Trump-backed candidates show mixed performance in West Virginia and Nebraska primaries

A view shows the U.S. Capitol in Washington, U.S., April 27, 2022. REUTERS/Tom Brenner Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register WASHINGTON, May 10 (Reuters) – A West Virginia candidate for the U.S. Congress backed by Donald Trump was expected to win his Republican primary on Tuesday, while …

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Kokandy Productions will present CRUEL INTENTIONS: The Musical of the 90s

Kokandy Productions kicks off its tenth anniversary season this summer with the Chicago premiere of Cruel Intentions: The ’90 Musical, an alluring and fun show filled with nostalgia, laced with 90s hits including No Doubt, Jewel, Britney Spears, Garbage and much more. Created by Jordan Ross, Lindsey Rosin and Roger …

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New York Theater Guide News

The nominees for the 2022 Tony Awards have been announced, honoring shows that reopened Broadway after the pandemic during the 2021-22 season. A total of 29 productions received at least a nod, including pandemic-postponed productions, star-studded revivals, and new plays and musicals that span the gamut of musical and dramatic …

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New Mexico residents prepare for extreme wildfire conditions

LAS VEGAS, NM — With the worst of the thick wildfire smoke blowing out of town, residents of this small northern New Mexico town tried to regain a sense of normalcy Saturday as their rural neighbors cowered amid forecasts of extreme fire conditions. Shops and restaurants reopened, the historic center …

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Martin Scorsese presents a buried gem and a pitch for cinema’s past with a new virtual theater

Martin Scorsese and the Film Restoration Association he founded will launch a new virtual theater, the Film Foundation Restoration Screening Room.FADEL SENNA/AFP/Getty Images As Martin Scorsese and Thelma Schoonmaker were locked in a cutting-edge “Raging Bull” apartment — an intense process that would have consumed the thoughts of most filmmakers …

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A new sports performance center will be added to the sports complex, athletes cautiously optimistic

A rendering of the new space shows expanded facilities. (Photo provided by WashU Athletics) In an effort to continue his brand image of Division III sports combined with Division I facilities, Director of Athletics Anthony Azama announced the University’s plan for a new sports performance center. The 7,000 square foot …

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Torrington School Music Programs Recognized for 22nd Consecutive Year

TORRINGTON — The city’s school music programs are once again being recognized as among the Best Communities for Music Education — for the 22nd year. the NAMM Foundationan arm of the National Association of Music Merchants, chose 738 school districts from 44 states for the designation, which is awarded to …

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Apple TV Plus’ ‘Tehran’ sees Israelis and Iranians working side by side

Season 2 of a spy thriller Tehran is on Apple TV Plus on May 6, with two episodes available. Mossad hacker agent Tamar (Niv Sultan) infiltrates Tehran under a false identity to help destroy Iran’s nuclear reactor. Things don’t go as planned. Dana Eden created the show with Moshe Zander …

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The Dogwood Festival returns for the 85th year and counting

The City of Fairfield has proclaimed April 30 as National Therapy Animal Day in honor of companion animal partners. Pet Partners teams make millions of visits each year to schools, hospitals, nursing homes and hospices. Their therapy animals partner with human companions to bring comfort and healing to those in …

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Houston Grand Opera hosts outdoor performance of Shakespearean gem

Typically, opera-goers should pack the Wortham Theater Center to enjoy a show. But now the Houston Grand Opera presents a timeless classic in the open air. HGO will present Gounod’s adaptation of Shakespeare’s iconic tragedy, Romeo and Juliet, at the Miller Outdoor Theater (6000 Hermann Park Dr.) at 8 p.m. …

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Review: Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch by Zach Theater – Arts

Nathan Jerkins as Mr. Hatch in Zach Theater’s production of Somebody Loves You, Mr. Hatch (Photo by Suzanne Cordeiro) It’s strange and a little disorienting that Zach Theater’s revival of Someone loves you, Mr. Hatch, which takes place during Valentine’s Day, opens in April and ends in May. It’s like …

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The death of the dongle

We’re gathered here today to celebrate this thing called dongles – a connected stick- or puck-shaped device that plugs into an HDMI port on a TV – which were useful in the early days of streaming, but have long since been lost. their usefulness. Do you want proof ? Take …

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The cast announces the world premiere of a new adaptation of A SINGLE MAN by Christopher Isherwood at the Park Theater

Troupe today announces the world premiere of a new adaptation of A Single Man by Christopher Isherwood by Simon Reade. Directed by Philip Wilson, the production opens in Park200 at the Park Theater on October 21, with previews from October 19, and runs through November 26. California, 1962. College professor …

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Jaylen Brown on performance in Game 2 win over Bucks

After a pedestrian performance in the Boston Celtics’ Game 1 loss to the Milwaukee Bucks, Jaylen Brown bounced back in major fashion on Tuesday night. Brown was arguably Boston’s best player on the court in Game 2 as the Celtics knocked out Giannis Antetokounmpo and Co., 109-86. Brown started hot …

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“Little Women” premieres in Iron County on May 13

IRON RIVER, Mich. (WLUC) — Tragedy and love between four sisters during the American Civil War. An Iron County theater group performs the popular show “Little Women” on stage. “Little Women” is a coming-of-age story about four sisters during the American Civil War. The Iron River West End Players have …

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Amazon uses data to guide ongoing campaigns | Broadcast + Cable

Amazon Ads said it has tools to help advertisers make their advertising more effective and grow further During its Lincoln Center NewFront presentation on Monday, hosted by Amy Poehler, director of the Ludy and Desi documentary on Prime Video and executive producer of the Harlem series, Amazon also said it …

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Cameron Mackintosh Judi Dench Damian Lewis Celebrates Sondheim – Deadline

All eyes were on Judi Dench. The legendary actress sat on stage right performing one of Stephen Sondheim’s greatest hits. The sound of his voice, accompanied by a 25-piece orchestra conducted by Alfonso Casado Trigo, amazed a hushed audience. There was spontaneous applause. The leading lady was taken offstage. She …

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China’s Latest Obsession: Live Stream Performance Art

Just when you thought China had reached its peak, it has now become obsessed with the live streaming of performance art by celebrities. April 23 saw the launch of a two-week performance art exhibition by Pang Kuan – a member of the famous Chinese rock band, New Pants. The event …

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Feel Like a Kid Again – South Bend Symphony Orchestra Delights Morris Crowd with Tribute to John Williams

SOUTH BEND, Ind. (WNDU) – The South Bend Symphony Orchestra wrapped up its pop music streak last night at the Morris Performing Arts Center with an extraordinary performance. The Symphony Orchestra dedicated last night to the music of world-renowned composer John Williams, who has composed the music and served as …

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BBC backlash: Viewers slammed broadcast move as ‘unnecessary’ waste of license fee | United Kingdom | News

The BBC has faced a backlash from viewers following its latest overhaul of its news programming. Last year the BBC promised that some of its flagship news programmes, including BBC One newscasts and Newsnight, would be broadcast across the country. However, viewers have complained that the move is symbolic and …

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