Monthly Archives: July 2022

Single tickets for the Toledo Symphony, Ballet & Jazz Orchestra go on sale August 1 – BG Independent News

From TOLEDO ALLIANCE FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS Tickets for the 2022/2023 performance season (September 10 to June 3) for the Toledo Symphony Orchestra (TSO), Toledo Ballet and Toledo Jazz Orchestra (TJO) will be available for purchase from Monday August 1st. Subscription packages can still be purchased by calling the Toledo …

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French satellite giant broadcast Russian channel’s call for ‘2 million Ukrainians to be destroyed’

Eutelsat, the French satellite company soon to be partly owned by the British taxpayer, aired Russian news programs calling for the deaths of 2 million Ukrainians while cutting BBC and CNN broadcasts in the region. The Paris-listed satellite company, which is set to buy British satellite company OneWeb, broadcasts television …

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Ek Villain Returns: Arjun Kapoor and John Abraham’s Painful Film Makes Original Oscar-Worthy

There’s a fight in the subway. There is a fight in an old building. There is a fight on a busy road. But why are they fighting? The question persists for a long time watching Mohit Suri’s Ek Villain Returns. Billed as a spiritual successor to his 2014 film Ek …

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UAE resident Basheer Silsila’s love of culture matches his love for the country

A scene from the Malayalam film Moorcha (Sharpness). Mohammad Yusuf, Feature Writer Basheer Silsila is an all-rounder, in more ways than one. Dubai-based Keralite has not only been active in music, theater, film, art and cultural activities, but has also accomplished a quarter century of living in the UAE. Besides …

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China’s Xi warns Biden against Taiwan, urges cooperation

BEIJING — President Xi Jinping warned against interfering in China’s relations with Taiwan during a phone call with his American counterpart, Joe Biden, who gave no indication of progress on trade, technology or other irritants, including Beijing’s opposition to a possible visit by a senior US lawmaker to the island …

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Sally Phillips: ‘I gave myself a headache pretending to laugh at Alan Partridge’ | Movies

Your new movie, How to Pleasure a Woman, looks great. With Good Luck to You, Emma Thompson’s Leo Grande, isn’t it time to talk about the pleasure of women on screen? Vicky Tupper The pleasure of women has been discussed non-stop on the screen, although generally it’s just: which angle …

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MTV Launches Best Metaverse Performance Category for Video Game Concerts

Comment this story Comment A new kind of concert has been making waves in the music industry – one that swaps the tour bus for the Battle Bus from “Fortnite”. MTV on Tuesday announced a new award category for the growing number of headlining musicians hosting interactive concerts in video …

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Our Best of Friday: Alan Jackson, “Flamenco in the Garden,” Gary Clark Jr. and “Confetti”

Brandi Carlile Fresh from her historic gig last weekend at the Newport Folk Festival, where her “friends” included Joni Mitchell delivering her first full performance in two decades, the star in her own right returns to the Twin Cities without famous friends. We were the first market to adopt Carlile, …

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The Broadcasting Authority is investigating the spread of graphic footage of Marsa’s murder

The Broadcasting Authority (BA) is investigating whether state broadcasters’ graphic coverage of a fatal stabbing in Marsa breached regulations on reporting tragedies. On Sunday, TVM’s 8pm news – the most watched newscast – showed footage of paramedics trying to resuscitate a dying and bleeding man shortly after he was stabbed …

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Young Frankenstein at La Mirada Theater September 16, 2022

La Mirada, Calif.… LA MIRADA THEATER FOR THE PERFORMING ARTS & McCOY RIGBY ENTERTAINMENT will present the monstrously hilarious first show of their 2022-2023 season, Sally Struthers as “Frau Blücher” at the Southern California premiere of the new revised version, London version of YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN by Mel Brooks. YOUNG FRANKENSTEIN …

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A special performance at the Hosanna School Museum in Harford celebrates the 200th anniversary of Liberia’s independence – Capital Gazette

The Hosanna School Historical Museum is holding a special theatrical performance on Wednesday to commemorate July 26, 1847, when free and liberated black Americans who moved to Africa issued a declaration of independence and enacted a constitution that later established the Republic independent from Liberia. The performance of “200 Years …

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“There was a bigger plan for me”

ZANESVILLE — She knew what she wanted at a young age, and the passion is still there to this day. “I started dancing when I was 3,” recalls LeAnne Bader-Mock, “because my neighbor was studying and I wanted to be like her. My first costume was a black leotard with …

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New cast announced for RSC’s Matilda The Musical

A new cast has been announced for the Royal Shakespeare Company’s West End production Mathilde the musical which is now in its 10th year and continues to perform to packed houses at the Cambridge Theatre. Victoria Alsina, Laurel Sumberg and Heidi Williams will join Maisie Mardle in the title role …

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Roman Faraldo not happy with Bellator 283 performance, regrets calling end despite hitting him

For an 8-0 fighter who just finished the first round, welterweight Roman Faraldo was incredibly self-critical following Bellator 283 on Friday. The American Top Team fighter knocked out Luis Iniguez with just over a minute left in the first frame, and credited his opponent for having “a fucking concrete chin”. …

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‘A Quick 5’ with P Wade Thompson, director of ‘Children of Eden’ at the Summerstock Theater

P Wade Thompson, current Summerstock production manager, ‘Children of Eden’. Photo by Barb Darden. This summer marks the 40th anniversary of the St. Mary’s County Summerstock Theater Program. With financial assistance from St. Mary’s Art Council and generous donors, the company has provided musical theater opportunities for under-21s every summer …

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I Can’t Help But Be Baffled When My Husband’s Novel Comes to Life on Film | Rachel Cooke

I often feel that other human beings are essentially unknowable; don’t even our loved ones do such strange and unjustified things? But the feeling has surely never been stronger than when, at the beginning of this month, I went to the scene of The critica film based on my husband’s …

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Sixth Circuit Upholds Dismissal of Certain Investment and Performance Fee Claims, But Allows Mutual Fund Share Class Claim to Proceed to Discovery | Proskauer – Benefits and Executive Compensation Blog

The Sixth Circuit recently issued a mixed opinion in a 401(k) plan investment dispute. The Court upheld the dismissal of plaintiffs’ fiduciary claims relating to the investment management fees and performance of several of the plan’s investment options, but reinstated a fiduciary duty claim based solely on the alleged breach …

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First Look at PRISCILLA QUEEN OF THE DESERT at the Mercury Theater Chicago

Priscilla opened last night at the Mercury Theater Chicago and plays through September 11, 2022. Check out a first look at the photos and video below! Based on the hit film, Priscilla is the heartwarming and uplifting adventure of a glamorous Sydney-based trio who take their show to the middle …

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Danish broadcasters DR, TV2 team up with Rohde & Schwarz and Qualcomm for 5G live streaming

Rohde & Schwarz, a global leader in media streaming technology, played a leading role in an exciting public demonstration of the latest in mobile content delivery: 5G streaming. The presentation was made by Danish broadcasters DR and TV2, with special mobile devices provided by Qualcomm. The Tour de France is …

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‘The Last Movie Stars’ is a celebratory canonization of Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward

The six-part, six-hour HBO Max series “The Last Movie Stars,” a documentary about Paul Newman and Joanne Woodward, directed by Ethan Hawke, is a work of unequivocal hagiography, even canonization. Its tone of reverence goes beyond the two leads (who were married for fifty years, until Newman’s death in 2008) …

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High-Performance Computing Market Size to Surpass $74,101 Million by 2030, According to P&S Intelligence

NEW YORK, July 21, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — According to the latest market research published by P&S Intelligence, global revenue was $39,153.9 million in the high performance computing market in 2021, which will reach $74,101.0 million by 2030, with a compound annual growth rate of 7.3% from 2021 to 2030. This …

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Ridgefield HS class of 1957 65th reunion plus news

This month, Ridgefield Continuing Education will be offering technical workshops filled with essential tips, tricks, and information on Windows, Advanced Excel, and more. A course on “Advanced Excel for Windows” will take place on July 26 and 28 from 10 a.m. to 12 p.m. Participants will learn about Pivot Tables …

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Big Thief: Tiny Desk Concert (home)

I love seeing friends playing comfortably at home, especially when those friends are members of my favorite band. What we see in this Tiny Desk (home) gig is the playfulness that replaces the intensity that I normally find in Big Thief on a big stage. This band has made many …

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New San Francisco Unified Board Members Pledge to Focus on Academic Performance

After three of the seven members of the San Francisco Unified School Board were ousted in a recall election last month and three new ones were appointed by Mayor London Breed, the new district board pledges to spend 50% of board meetings on topics related to student achievement, the San …

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“Nunsense” professional cast supported by professional musicians

Tibbits Summer Theater offers four shows this season and five Popcorn Theater opportunities for the kids. “Nunsense” is currently on stage with four more performances – 2 p.m. Wednesday; 7:30 p.m. Thursday, Friday, Saturday. Tickets are on sale at www.tibbits.org or by calling (517) 278-6029. “Nunsense” became a hit from …

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“Gutfield! » Makes its mark at the end of the evening

Gutfeld!, the new late-night show on Fox News, became a late-night cast member 15 months after its launch. In June, Gutfeld! averaged 1,956,000 total viewers, according to Nielsen, ahead of ABC Jimmy Kimmel Live! (1,690,000) and NBC The Tonight Show Starring Jimmy Fallon (1,327,000) and CBS lagging behind The Late …

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Review of “Song of Songs” by Pam Tanowitz

“Let him kiss me with kisses from his mouth.” How do you translate this, the first line of the Song of Songs from the Bible – or the rest of that ancient collection of erotic poems – into a dance? And how do you do it in pure dance, without …

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Piano virtuoso BLKBOK delivers graceful rendition of “Michelle’s First Day at the White House”

Motivation, affirmation and uplifting energy are at the heart of GRAMMY.com’s latest Positive Vibes Only digital series. Each installment will feature a performance by an artist or band that records gospel, Christian or inspirational music. As a bonus, each episode will open with a message of encouragement from a diverse …

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‘Brahmastra’ Stars Alia Bhatt & Ranbir Kapoor Call Their Couple Song ‘Kesariya’: It’s Special

On Sunday, Bollywood star couple Alia Bhatt and Ranbir Kapoor said ‘Brahmastra Part One: Shiva’ was special in more ways than one because the film gave them ‘Kesariya’, a song that symbolizes their off-screen relationship. . Bhatt and Kapoor, who tied the knot in April, are set to share screen …

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Food deserts impact New Jersey

(NEWARK, NJ) – If you travel more than one mile to a supermarket, supercenter, or large grocery store with healthy, affordable food options in an urban area, and more than 20 miles in a rural area, you live in this which is considered the definition of a food desert by …

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‘The Band’s Visit’ is the Cincinnati Broadway show we’ve been waiting for

No offense to “Moulin Rouge” or “Hadestown” or any of the other shows the Cincinnati Broadway series will be bringing to town over the next few months. But the show I’ve been waiting for is “The Band’s Visit,” which opens an all-too-short week at the Aronoff Center on July 19. …

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Chamber Small Business Awards Honor Service, Performance and Empowerment

Representatives of the five small businesses and chamber of commerce leaders at the awards ceremony. Photo courtesy of the chamber The San Diego Regional Chamber of Commerce this week recognized five small businesses for their significant contributions to their communities and the local economy with annual small business awards. “In …

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5 Best Bad Credit Debt Consolidation Loans with Guaranteed Decisions in 2022

Debt consolidation loans for people with bad credit have become more accessible than ever, thanks to online portals that connect borrowers with potential lenders. These portals offer a seamless application process that can be completed in minutes, with loan decisions often offered the same day. This article provides a list …

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Annapolis Symphony, its supporters on tour in Spain, receive rave reviews in Madrid – Capital Gazette

When major American orchestras tour Europe, they sometimes deliver “superficial” performances. But when ensembles without “big fame” come to the continent, they are dedicated and highly motivated, producing “magnificio” results. That’s how a Spanish music critic described the Annapolis Symphony’s first performance in Madrid last week, when the orchestra kicked …

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Top 5 Best Payday Loans For Bad Credit & No Credit Check Instant Approval Online 2022 | Market

Do you have an urgent need for cash? Getting an instant payday loan is one way to solve your urgent need for money. Payday loans are quick loans approved instantly on the same day of application. This review is all about the best online payday loans in 2022 that you …

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Charles Barkley will meet with LIV Golf about his broadcast work

The next major athlete to be associated with LIV Golf could be…Charles Barkley? Sir Charles has joined golf show ‘The Next Round’ and was asked if the rumors were true that LIV Golf were pursuing him for a broadcast role. “I’m going to meet LIV,” Barkley said. “To always be …

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The King’s Theater in Stratford turns to Scotland for its film screenings

LISA BURD/Stuff Tony ‘Baz’ Gordon (Baz), left and Patsy Commerford show off the new cinema. The King’s Theater in Stratford may have operated in the central town of Taranaki since New Year’s Eve 1917, but its films are now broadcast from Scotland. Between two large projectors, which would have turned …

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Insights: how your conversion rate is affected by parity performance

While case studies often provide valuable insight into a company or product, they can also leave a lot of room for interpretation and doubt as to whether you can reasonably expect similar results for your organization. This is especially true for the hospitality industry, which is why the best case …

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Mixed rainfall bringing opera and puppetry for the whole family to the region in August

REGIONAL-Mixed Precipitation presents “Pickup Truck Opera Volume Two: The Magic Flute” which is the second installment of their traveling operatic adventure. Performances take place in this area from early August and reservations are open now. This show is fun and lively for all ages. Mozart’s 1791 opera, Die Zauberflöte (The …

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July 13/22 Bayshore Broadcasting Sports Sked

Blue Jays logo Hi Today is Tim Hortons Camp Day – thank you for supporting the annual fundraiser that gives kids the opportunity to enjoy a summer camp experience I’m at Wiarton today as part of the campaign, so our sports webpage won’t be as detailed as usual. The …

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‘Heathers’ and America’s Great Divide – The Durango Herald

“Heathers: The Musical” is currently staged at the MainStage Theater at Fort Lewis College. (Courtesy) Cole Davis Musical staged at FLC’s MainStage Theatre. If you’re up for a lively intergenerational discussion, check out “Heathers: The Musical” at Fort Lewis College. Part of a trilogy of theatrical presentations organized by Durango …

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Gigamon Partners with Sumo Logic to Optimize Cloud Performance and Mitigate Risk Against Malicious Activities Such as Crypto Mining and P2P Traffic

Santa Clara, California – July 12, 2022 –Gigamon announced the integration of the Gigamon Hawk Deep Observability Pipeline and the Gigamon ThreatINSIGHT Network Detection and Response (NDR) solution with Sumo Logic, the SaaS analytics platform, to enable reliable and secure cloud-native applications. This partnership of industry leaders optimizes cloud performance …

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The Phenicia International Voice Festival announces the 2022 festival season

Phenicia International Festival of the Voice announces the 2022 festival season, August 5-7, 2022 at 8:30 p.m. at Saint Ursula Place, Phenicia, NY. The weekend will include Teatro Grattacielo’s production of Don Giovanni, the New York City Opera’s production of La Traviata and Hollywood in the Hills, a special concert …

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Five shots of the famous Coney Island boardwalk in New York

(NEW YORK) — At least five people were injured, one seriously, when gunfire erupted early Sunday at a large pop-up party on New York’s famous Coney Island boardwalk, authorities said. The shooting took place around 2 a.m. southeast of the iconic former Parachute Jump Ride, a historic landmark. The New …

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Lesser Known Facts About Tun Tun’s Birthday

Singer, actor and comedian Uma Devi Khatri is better known as Tun Tun. Described as “the very first actress in Hindi cinema”, Tun Tun was born 99 years ago, on July 11, 1923, in Uttar Pradesh. Tun Tun started her career in the Hindi film industry as a playback singer. …

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Heather Kovar says exhaustion caused erratic on-air performance

ALBANY — Heather Kovar has been suspended from CBS6 Albany after appearing disoriented on the Saturday night show — a condition the anchor blamed on sleep deprivation and exhaustion. Local viewers posted on Twitter and Facebook expressing concern – although other social media responses were less sympathetic – and clips …

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Parishioners of St. Clare’s RC Church march through the streets of Great Kills to celebrate Corpus Christi Sunday | Upside down

Editor’s note: Welcome to Inside Out, our weekly roundup of stories about Staten Islanders who are making waves, being seen, supporting our community, and making our borough a special place to live. Do you have a story for Inside Out? Email Carol Ann Benanti at [email protected] Altar servers and parishioners …

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Heat to scorch parts of West and South this weekend

(NEW YORK) – Scorching heat continues to grip the South and West this weekend, with record heat possible for some areas on Saturday. A mix of excessive heat warnings and heat advisories are in effect in parts of 14 states, stretching from California to Alabama, starting Saturday morning. The National …

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The world is a stage and communication can be a bridge

“The whole world is a stage, and all men and women are just players.” This might very well be the most recognizable quote from william shakespeareit is As you like it. Life often imitates the dynamics of theatre, and vice versa. They are like two mirrors facing each other, making …

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Alex Albon ‘very happy’ with Williams after strong qualifying

Williams driver Alex Albon couldn’t hide his delight at his performance in qualifying in Austria on Friday, as he started from 11th place for today’s Sprint.. The ex-Red Bull driver has had a solid season so far, he settled in quickly at Williams, and he was just waiting for the …

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Accessible Artistic: La Jolla Music Society Composes 70 Free Educational Events Alongside SummerFest 2022

As it gears up for its annual 20-concert SummerFest, the La Jolla Music Society is set to repeat its accompanying educational program, featuring 70 free events meant to draw people of all ages and backgrounds to Conrad Prebys Performing. Arts Center. SummerFest 2022 runs from Friday, July 29 through Friday, …

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Broadcasting legend Johnny Holliday returns to Cleveland to tell his story

CLEVELAND, Ohio — There’s not much Johnny Holliday hasn’t done. He’s spent more than 60 years in the broadcast industry, calling the world’s biggest sporting events, sharing the stage with the Beatles, winning acting awards and raising millions for charity. And it all started in Cleveland as one of WHK’s …

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Theater Review: “Disney’s Beauty and the Beast” at Port Tobacco Players

Left to right: Lumiere (Benjamin Simpson) and Cogsworth (Bradley Evans). Photo provided by Jason Klonkowski. Musicals adapted from blockbuster films, both animated and live-action, have been a staple of the theater industry for many years due to their broad appeal and family-friendly marketing. While they’re not always adored by the …

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How to Use the Xbox App Game Performance Tuning Meter for PC

Console gamers don’t have to worry if the title they want to play is compatible with their device. As long as the game is designed for their console brand and generation, it will work. However, this is not true when it comes to PCs. This is due to the many …

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Salina Symphony “New Beginnings” New Season

The Salina Symphony’s 2022-2023 season, “New Beginnings”, will be presented under the direction of new musical director Yaniv Segal. “I am thrilled to join the Salina Symphony family as Music Director and to present beautiful, moving and inspiring music for the great Salina community,” said Segal. “The season offers something …

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Syndication Ratings: ‘Family Feud’ Regains the Lead

family quarrel took over as syndication leader in the week ended June 26 after playing second fiddle to CBS Media Ventures Danger! for the previous two weeks. Otherwise, many shows hit season lows in the first full week of summer, which included numerous preemptions among network affiliates for coverage of …

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Mona Hammond dead: EastEnders star was 91

Mona Hammond, a former ‘EastEnders’ star and West End pioneer, has died. She was 91 years old. No cause of death was given. Hammond was best known for playing matriarch “EastEnders” Blossom on the long-running British soap opera as well as co-founding the black British theater company Talawa alongside Yvonne …

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VIAVI provides benchmarking and validation for Global O-RAN PlugFest, demonstrating technology maturity, performance and security

Chandler, Ariz., July 5, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Viavi Solutions Inc. (VIAVI) (NASDAQ:VIAV) today shared the company’s role in the O-RAN PlugFest hosted by the O-RAN ALLIANCE and hosted by leaders from the industry. The PlugFest involved a series of on-site demonstrations in several countries, conducted in May and June 2022. …

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Paradise Symphony returns for July 4 – Chico Enterprise-Record

PARADISE — The Ridge was anything but quiet on Monday as a crew of 38 orchestra members, 38 choir members, a live painter and more gathered at Paradise Junior High School to pay their respects on Independence Day . In its 63rd season, the orchestra would return after witnessing the …

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Netflix app downloads plummet in June, analysts say

Adding to the signs of hard times netflixEvercore ISI analyst Vijay Jayant reports that the streamer’s app download activity was down in June. Jayant also noted that Paramount Plus downloads hit record highs in the second quarter. Global downloads of streaming subscription video-on-demand services grew 8% year-over-year in June, with …

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From RRR to Gangubai Kathiawadi, best movies of 2022 so far

Halfway through 2022, we’ve seen movies brimming with a variety of rich genres and colorful characters. Films include unconventional badass female narratives, slice-of-life tales, and epic period films. From a few surprise hits to shocking rebuffs, here’s a list of our picks for the best movies of 2022 so far. …

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Four Mustangs finish in the top 10 at Road America (complete set)

FORD FINISH RESULTS 6th – Chris Buescher 7th – Austin Cindric 8th – Michael McDowell 10th – Kevin Harvick 11th – Ryan Blaney 14th – Chase Briscoe 15 – Cole Custer 21 – Joey’s Hand 22- Harrison Burton 25 – Todd Gilliland 27- Joey Logano 28 – Aric Almirola 30th …

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Top 5 Florida Car Title Lenders for Bad Credit in 2022

Tired of searching for the right title lender in Florida? Your fight is finally over! We have collected information on the top 5 lenders that will provide you with everything you need. 1. Compacom Title Loans Compacom is an open online platform that helps Americans make better decisions every day. …

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Why The Black Keys, Wayne Newton Collaborated In Las Vegas

It’s a piece of Las Vegas lore, specifically the Life Is Beautiful: The Black Keys lore featuring Wayne Newton at the 2019 Life is Beautiful festival. The pairing might have looked as odd as whipped cream on a pizza, but it made sense to Black Keys co-founder Pat Carney. Carney …

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Former Denver Broncos CB Aqib Talib joins Amazon’s office on Thursday Night Football

During his four-year streak with the Denver Broncos, cornerback Aqib Talib was a predatory hawk who represented the team with aplomb in four straight Pro Bowls. He also happens to be the face of Denver’s infamous “No-Fly Zone” secondary, which was instrumental in the Broncos’ Lombardi Trophy victory in Super …

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WATCH: Corey LaJoie performs Braveheart-inspired performance to promote new sponsor

This weekend at Road America, Corey LaJoie will compete with a new sponsor. To be precise, the Spire Motorsports driver is teaming up with Built Bar and unveiling a new livery. Of course, he wanted to promote the brand and its new livery, and LaJoie pulled out all the stops. …

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DOROTHY DANDRIDGE SONGS! THE MUSIC announced at Zankel Hall at Carnegie Hall

Producers Richard Bell, N’Kenge, Park Row Equity Partners, Tegan Summer, Sam Williams, Michael Loeb and Derow Enterprises, in association with the Coalition for African Americans in the Performing Arts, announce the presentation of “The Songs of Dorothy Dandridge! The Musical,” selections from Dorothy Dandridge’s upcoming production! The Musical, with book …

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Turkey cuts access to US and German public broadcasters

Published on: 07/01/2022 – 11:52 Istanbul (AFP) – Turkey has cut off access to public broadcasters from Germany and the United States, threatening to stoke further diplomatic tensions during the Russian invasion of Ukraine. An Ankara court barred access to Deutsche Welle and Voice of America on Thursday night, after …

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2022 Kresge Artist Fellowships and Gilda Awards spotlight film, music and performing arts

Thirty-one artists from Metro Detroit will share $550,000 in Kresge and Gilda Emerging Artist Awards. The awards were announced today by Kresge Arts’ Detroit office located at the College for Creative Studies, which administers the organization on behalf of the Kresge Foundation. The 14th cohort of winners includes 15 Kresge …

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