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Canada's Thompson Okanagan

Why you should visit Canada’s Thompson Okanagan – USA Today 10Best

Not far beyond the Canadian border, a beautiful destination offers a warm welcome and tucked-away surprises. Not only is British Columbia's Thompson Okanagan home to the highest peak in the Canadian Rockies, Canada's only desert and dozens of twinkling lakes, but the region also features world-class wineries, inventive, fresh fare, and rich indigenous culture that leaves a lasting mark. Visitors ogle Okanagan Lake views, with the Naramata Bench in the background — Photo courtesy of Destination British Columbia When connecting throug..
Yorgos Lanthimos

How a Greek surrealist joined the renaissance of Irish cinema – The Irish Times

As the current awards season progresses, we will be wrapping ourselves in the flag and cheering on Yorgos Lanthimos’s The Favourite. We will be doing that because it really is a profound masterpiece. Starring the unbeatable Olivia Colman as a spiteful, petty Queen Anne, the picture took runners-up prize at the Venice Film Festival and recently clocked up five Golden Globe nominations. Rachel Weisz and Emma Stone, who play rivals for the Queen’s attentions, join Colman in the Globes paddock. The ..
feminist studies library

Equality and feminist studies library inaugurated in Greece | – Tornos News International...

Greek Interior Minister Alexis Charitsis inaugurated on Wednesday the library of the General Secretariat of Equality at Kotzias Square declaring any time a library opens, it counts as a victory over fake news, reports. The library was established in 1984 and is unique in Greece for its extensive contents on equality, a large part of which have been digitised, Secretary General for Equality Fotini Kouvela said. It contains 19,000 books, pamphlets and scientific publications. ..
Australian theatre

Australian theatre after #MeToo: How the industry is making the workplace safer for its...

Related Story: Sexual harassment happens on the Australian stage too Over the past 18 months, the #MeToo movement has uncovered allegations of inappropriate behaviour in the entertainment industry and elsewhere. In Australia, a spotlight has been thrown on rehearsal room culture, as actor Geoffrey Rush sued Nationwide News over a Daily Telegraph article that alleged he behaved inappropriately towards a co-star (later revealed to be Eryn Jean Norvill) during Sydney Theatre Company's 2015-2016 production of King Lear. (The parties are awaiti..
Eagle’s Trace celebrates culture

Eagle’s Trace celebrates culture, diversity –

Published 12:22 pm CST, Friday, December 21, 2018 For one day, residents and employees of Eagle’s Trace could take a walk around the planet right at the 71-acre campus where they live and work. It all happened on Diversity Day, a celebration of worldwide culture that occurred at the Erickson Living retirement community on Nov. 7. The showcase provided the opportunity for participants to display items that educated others about their unique ethnicities and countries of origin. Tables feat..

San Antonio only Texas city for classical music star Yo-Yo Ma’s Bach Project –...

Classical music star Yo-Yo Ma is bringing his Bach Project to San Antonio. Classical music star Yo-Yo Ma is bringing his Bach Project to San Antonio. Photo: Graham Hughes /Associated Press Photo: Graham Hughes /Associated Press Image 1 of / 68 Caption Close Image 1 of 68 Classical music star Yo-Yo Ma is bringing his Bach Project to San Antonio. Classical music star Yo-Yo Ma is bringing his Bach Project to San Antonio. Photo: Graham Hughes /Associated Press San Antonio only Texas city for classical musi..

The 25 Best Classical Music Tracks of 2018 – The New York Times

Supported by The 25 Best Classical Music Tracks of 2018Listen to our favorite albums of the year, music from the 15th century to the 21st. ImageBy Anthony Tommasini, Joshua Barone, Corinna da Fonseca-Wollheim, David Allen, Seth Colter Walls and Zachary Woolfe Dec. 13, 2018A flood of recordings — the best efforts of our favorite artists — lands each year in our mailboxes and streaming services. Somehow, we winnowed our favorites down to 25 albums (O.K., 26, if you look carefully), music from the 15th century to the 21st — each represented by a t..

Ryan Speedo Green: From juvenile delinquency to opera stardom – 60 Minutes – CBS...

As a 12-year-old in Virginia, Ryan Speedo Green was the author of an impressive rap sheet. He was so violent he was banished to a class for delinquents. And when he couldn't be contained there, he was sent to a juvenile lockup. Those who knew the boy with the unusual name, could see that the child was writing a tragedy. Now, as a man, tragedy has become the dominant theme in his life, but in a way that no one could have imagined. The high priest in the temple of the Metropolitan Opera in New York, is Ryan Speedo Green, starring in Rossini's "Semiramide." Green blessed the hall with a voice that reaches from bass to baritone. Ryan Speedo Green performs Metropolitan Opera At age 32, he is a member of the Vienna State Opera and performs on stages of the world in German, French, English and Italian. Some call his sound a gift, but that sells short the life of struggle, and the sacrifices of others, that lifted him to the high altar of success. Ryan Speedo Green: I lived in a t..

Famous Musicians Who Contributed to Our Eating Habits – Foreign Policy 2018

We might forget that musicians have a life just like the rest of us. All we see when we look at them is the music they make or the part of their life that they show us. But they are just like any person with favorite places, venues, likes, and dislikes. And when they are not making music, they seem to appreciate the simpler part of life even more than us. One of life’s most interesting things is food, and musicians have their favorite foods just like us. In fact, some of the famous dishes that are popular today have been invented by musicians or actors, composers, singers, or other famous peo..

St. Petersburg MFA To Show Largest Collection Of Jean Schlumberger Jewels And Objects –...

One of the most extensive collections of jewels created by Jean Schlumberger will be on display at the Museum of Fine Arts in St. Petersburg, Fla. Titled “Jewels of the Imagination,” the exhibition will feature more than 135 pieces of jewelry and art objects by the famed designer, best known for his work with Tiffany & Co. The show will open December 15 and run till March 15, 2009. All of the pieces are from the collection of Rachel Lambert Mellon (August 9, 1910 – March 17, 2014), best known as “Bunny” Mellon, a socialite, philanthropist and h..

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