Musical scale – Afion http://afion.net/ Tue, 11 Jan 2022 16:41:39 +0000 en-US hourly 1 https://wordpress.org/?v=5.8 http://afion.net/wp-content/uploads/2021/11/cropped-favicon-18-32x32.png Musical scale – Afion http://afion.net/ 32 32 Artist Kevin Cole depicts the intricacies of the black experience through large-scale multimedia works that reexamine the history of the United States http://afion.net/artist-kevin-cole-depicts-the-intricacies-of-the-black-experience-through-large-scale-multimedia-works-that-reexamine-the-history-of-the-united-states/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 17:31:20 +0000 http://afion.net/artist-kevin-cole-depicts-the-intricacies-of-the-black-experience-through-large-scale-multimedia-works-that-reexamine-the-history-of-the-united-states/

Vivid colors burst forth in a range of painterly strokes, from sharply lined splashes to geometric and organic shapes, applied to a labyrinthine three-dimensional sculptural canvas. The viewer’s gaze embarks on a vibrant visual journey celebrating abstraction and multimedia textures.

The title, When the blessing follows you (2020), evokes comfort and spirituality. But a painful story is told through the vivid colors and interconnected shapes that, on closer inspection, reveal themselves like ties. Artist Kevin Cole’s work elegantly and eloquently shares tales of black struggle and black power, creatively struggling to expose the shameful history of this nation.

Ties emerged as a deeply personal and political symbol in Cole’s work after a formative conversation with his grandfather.

“When I graduated from high school, I didn’t want to register to vote. I kept telling him that I didn’t think it was going to matter, because I’m just one person, ”recalls Cole. “He was 91, and he knelt down and drew me a map and told me to go to a certain area of ​​his property. He took me to a tree where black people were lynched by their ties as they went to vote.

Her grandfather presented a compelling argument that compelled 18-year-old Cole to embark on a lifelong research journey, woven into the dialogue of decades of artwork spanning themes ranging from powerful black women to her. music appreciation.

Cole began to study the lynchings of blacks by white mobs in Jefferson County, Arkansas, where his grandfather lived. The region and this nation have long faced their racist legacies. The Equality Initiative created by the National Peace and Justice Memorial, honoring more than 4,400 black people who were lynched, burned, maimed or brutally assaulted in the United States between 1883 and 1940. A tie is compared to the hangman’s noose, a symbol long associated with lynching and racism.

Born in Arkansas, Cole, now 60, received a master’s degree in drawing from the University of Northern Illinois at Dekalb, a master’s degree in arts education and painting from the University of the Illinois in Champaign and a BA in Arts Education from the University of Arkansas at Pine Bluff. , and moved to Georgia where he has a studio in Fairburn, about 17 miles south of Atlanta. His multimedia work appears in more than 3,600 leading public, private and corporate collections across the country. He has won over 66 art awards, 27 scholarships and grants, and 51 teaching awards. His work has been presented in 22 solo, group, jury and invitation exhibitions since 1998.

Ties are prevalent in Cole’s latest Gerrymandering series, which includes an array of large-scale works that amplify the charge for social justice. The ongoing series depicts the shapes of seven southern states where black votes are removed, each engraved in aluminum with symbols and images, including ties and scars, and dirt from that state adhered to the cloth. Seven works he calls Banners will be suspended from the ceiling to represent the oscillating states. Each Banner will be suspended nine feet long and will be engraved with tie and scarf shapes to symbolize various court cases or information associated with each state. Cole also created life-size Ballot box works, both monochrome and brightly colored, as well as a series of smaller urns.

“A few years ago, I introduced the concept of cartography as the foundation of pieces related to certain counties and cities in the South that have been hotbeds of hate for the past century. This spawned further work on the lynching with the series Attached to politics“Cole said.

Cole – an educator who serves as an Advanced Placement art consultant for the College Board of New York representing more than 6,000 of the world’s largest colleges, schools, and other educational organizations – conducts extensive research on each state and its people before creating works of art.

“I came across the work of several authors who have focused on gerrymandering and how it has become the last firewall for those who would rather continue their indefensible domination in society rather than abide by the rules they have established which empowered the idea of ​​’one man, one voice,’ said Cole. ‘Thanks to gerrymandering, even though every man and woman has a voice, constituencies are so drawn that the balance of power remains. always with those who have always been in power. This must continue to be addressed. “

Cole’s wide-ranging academic sources include Freedom Is Not Enough: Black Voters, Black Candidates, and US Presidential Politics, a 2007 book by Ronald W. Walters. American author, speaker, and African-American politics scholar, who died in 2010, examined the 2000 election results and the potential impact of black voters denied the right to vote in Florida. Walters explored the effect Jesse Jackson had on the Democratic Party and the electorate in 1984 and 1988, and the influence Carol Moseley Braun and Al Sharpton had on voters during the 2004 Democratic debates.

“I tried to get rid of the ties and move on, but it’s a political statement that just sticks there, just like a lot of my headlines are positive headlines. The reason these are positive headlines is that we’ve come a long way, but we still have a long way to go. When you listen, when you look at someone’s work, you find the phases of human experiences. I listen to a lot of sermons, a lot of speeches, and that’s where I get my titles from. And music, because it’s a universal language.

Cole is particularly inspired by jazz and gospel music. Her mother was devoted to the church and her grandmother owned a jazz club.

“I’ve always listened to all types of music, depending on what I’m working on,” Cole said, outlining the complex processes, materials and themes of his work.

“Every medium I use is tied to the situation,” Cole said. “I started working with aluminum after September 11 (2001). I was supposed to be in New York with a friend to visit galleries, and (the attacks) happened the day before, so I decided not to go. An artist by the name of Bill Stevens sent me a photo of a little boy holding a piece of metal and tar paper that was part of the debris from the Twin Towers.

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Grayscale CEO Helps Investors Downsize by Highlighting These Five Crypto Trends http://afion.net/grayscale-ceo-helps-investors-downsize-by-highlighting-these-five-crypto-trends/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 13:31:21 +0000 http://afion.net/grayscale-ceo-helps-investors-downsize-by-highlighting-these-five-crypto-trends/

2021 has opened the floodgates for the crypto industry and countries around the world have been forced to contend with the boom in this technology in its myriad forms. With crypto journalists covering everything from El Salvador’s volcanic bonds and MicroStrategy’s Bitcoin reserve to monkey NFTs and CBDCs, an everyday investor might struggle to identify the most important trends for 2022. .

To that end, the CEO of Grayscale posted a letter sharing what the crypto investment firm will be monitoring this year.

It’s time to cut things down

In his letter, Michael Sonnenshein listed five trends and areas of growth that his company would follow. These were crypto infrastructure, the rise of crypto protocols, Web 3 and the metaverse, use cases of NFT outside of the art and regulatory measures. Sonnenshein noted,

“Encryption infrastructures, such as exchanges, wallets and analysis software, will continue to be a key area of ​​growth. “

The CEO also promised “more diversified and thematic funds”. But when discussing NFTs, Sonnenshein’s letter seemed to suggest that Grayscale had higher ambitions for the medium than just pretty pictures. He noticed,

“We expect to see an even deeper mix of the physical and digital worlds, especially around topics such as authenticity, provenance, ownership, etc., and across industries including fashion, music, games, real estate and ticketing. Our team is very attentive to the evolution of NFTs.

It is also important to note Grayscale’s attitude towards the new crypto regulations, as expressed in the letter. Sonnenshein commented that these measures would ultimately be “beneficial” and praised regulators for their involvement in the space.

Transformers: ramp-up of the GBTC ETF

Sonnenshein’s letter sounds hopeful, but it has a very different tone to a letter sent at the end of the year, in which Grayscale was addressing the SEC. This was in order to support his Form 19b-4 proposal, which would turn his GBTC offering into a Bitcoin Spot ETF. In the letter, Davis Polk & Wardwell LLP wrote,

“The Commission has no basis to argue that investing in the derivatives market for an asset is acceptable to investors while investing in the asset itself is not.”

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Starlite Room mockup designed by a local miniaturist http://afion.net/starlite-room-mockup-designed-by-a-local-miniaturist/ Fri, 07 Jan 2022 04:04:22 +0000 http://afion.net/starlite-room-mockup-designed-by-a-local-miniaturist/

A historic building emblematic of the local art scene has been miniaturized.

Bruce McDonald, retired Deputy Minister of Municipal Affairs, decided to combine his passion for creativity and history by creating miniatures of the city’s landmarks, his latest work being the Starlite Hall.

McDonald says he was inspired to create miniatures after reading a magazine article on a robbery three years ago.

“I stumbled upon it almost by accident,” he told CTV News Edmonton in an interview. “(I) read an article about a New York miniaturist who builds street scenes and things like that.

“I wrote to him and asked him: what do you use as material and how do you do it? And I became fascinated by it.”

He started by creating a 1:24 scale version of a convenience store. His love for detail fueled 30 other miniatures, including seven from the Starlite Room.

“I’ve had musicians who performed there and want me to build it,” McDonald said. “I had a person who met his wife and actually got married in this building.

“I like to do it,” he added. “To me, it’s like asking someone how many hours do you spend golfing or gardening, and that’s a lot.”

McDonald’s uses the scratch method, which means it makes each item by hand instead of buying miniature accessories or accents.

“For me part of the challenge is figuring out how to make this lamp or what is it made of and how to determine the length of a ladder or staircase (to make them to ladder).

“So a lot of it is about trying to be analytical and trying to figure things out,” McDonald added.

Starlite Room owner and operator Tyson Boyd received a miniature of his building as a souvenir and was amazed at the level of detail McDonald’s captured.

“To be honest, I was blown away,” Boyd said. “The sidewalk detail itself and the asphalt patch and things like that are the ones that really strike me.

“Just because you really have to have a sharp eye to catch some of these little nuances,” he added.

For Boyd, receiving the aftershock is now hitting harder than before, as the pandemic is impacting the legendary concert hall.

“I think we really needed it at this point in the pandemic where it was just kind of nostalgia,” he said.

“Having a miniature of the place itself in your possession shows me how important the hall and the building are to a lot of people, and it’s really something quite special.”

McDonald says he’s already started his next project with his niece, who plans to study architecture. The two recreate the old Hub News stand on Whyte Avenue.

“I really wanted to capture something on Whyte Avenue, and it’s something that burned down,” he said. “It’s something that burned down, so I’m careful with our historic buildings here in Edmonton.”

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Developers cut down on Cobblestone program in an attempt to get the green light http://afion.net/developers-cut-down-on-cobblestone-program-in-an-attempt-to-get-the-green-light/ Tue, 04 Jan 2022 18:02:00 +0000 http://afion.net/developers-cut-down-on-cobblestone-program-in-an-attempt-to-get-the-green-light/

According to the architects of the project, the scaled-down plans for a hotel above the Cobblestone pub in Dublin will ensure that the pub’s important cultural offer is maintained.

Architects C + W O’Brien, who are employed by developers Marron Estates, told An Bord Pleanála that instead of the original 114-room, nine-story project proposed to Dublin City Council, the company is now coming up with a ploy on the protected Smithfield pub.

As part of the council’s appeal for refusal of town planning, the architects propose “the retention of the entire Cobblestone pub on all floors in the basement, ground floor, and first and second floors “.

The removal of the pub’s back room was a controversial part of the original plan and was also a specific ground for council rejection.

The council said the loss of the back room – which has developed as a space for teaching, rehearsing and performing traditional music – would be contrary to the city’s cultural development plan provisions. in the capital.

Show space

Marron Estates is now proposing to move the back room to “a performance space specially designed for this purpose, contained in the historic courtyard kept at the rear of the site”.

Arthur O’Brien, of C + W O’Brien, said the performance space will have a direct connection to the pub. He argued that this would allow “a new space for the teaching, rehearsal and interpretation of traditional music, retaining the role of the existing back room”.

“This, along with the scaled-down proposals to keep all other uses on the first and second floors above the existing Cobblestone pub, would ensure that the significant cultural offering is maintained,” he said.

Arguing for a building permit for the reduced proposal, Mr. O’Brien said: “This application provides an opportunity to redevelop this important site, which has remained vacant and in disrepair for a substantial number of years.”

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Saratoga Opera House expects large-scale performances to return this summer – Saratogian http://afion.net/saratoga-opera-house-expects-large-scale-performances-to-return-this-summer-saratogian/ Mon, 03 Jan 2022 20:01:10 +0000 http://afion.net/saratoga-opera-house-expects-large-scale-performances-to-return-this-summer-saratogian/

SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY – Opera Saratoga, which recently announced its 2022 season, plans a return to large-scale performances this summer with a new festival model that encompasses partnerships with several venues in the region.

At the heart of the 2022 Summer Festival, there will be performances of Rossini’s bel canto comedy The Barber of Seville on Proctors MainStage, as well as his Petite Messe Solennelle at the Auditorium Round Lake; Sweeney Todd, Stephen Sondheim’s Broadway masterpiece on stage in the Saratoga Performing Arts Center amphitheater; and Sky on Swings, which explores the journey of two women living with Alzheimer’s disease, by Lembit Beecher and Hannah Moscovitch at The Egg.

Other events will include a Broadway cabaret at the Mansion Inn in Rock City Falls; A Juneteenth celebration at the GE theater in Proctors; and a masterclass series featuring members of Opera Saratoga’s Young Artist Program, which will be announced.

In addition, the 2022 Opera Gala will take place on Sunday, June 5 at The Barn at French Mountain, in Lake George Village.

Opera Saratoga’s artistic director and general manager Lawrence Edelson explained the program changes in a press release.

“While our decision to expand our geographic footprint this summer was catalyzed by the need for renovations at Spa Little Theater, where we have been performing since 1998, it was also inspired by our increased activity in the region throughout the year. ‘year,’ he said. noted. “Our education programs now serve more than 20,000 children in 7 counties in the Capital and Lower Adirondack region, and our new music therapy program is similarly structured to improve the lives of people with dementia. ‘Alzheimer’s and other forms of dementia by directly offering interactive therapeutic programs. for them.

“We started to ask ourselves, with so many remarkable theaters in our area, could we better serve our mission by rethinking our summer festival in a way that doesn’t limit us to one location? While we remain committed to producing in Saratoga Springs, as a Capital Region opera company, our goal is to provide access to our summer festival programming in the same way that we can with our programs all year round.

“We are incredibly excited about the opportunities of this expanded festival model, and grateful for the opportunity to partner with so many like-minded organizations across the region to make this possible. “

Tickets for the 2022 Summer Festival, made possible in part through support from the New York State Council for the Arts with support from the Office of the Governor and the New York State Legislature, will be available through festival passes and single tickets. Festival passes, which offer a 20% reduction on the price of single tickets and priority seats for all productions and events, will be available from February 1. Single tickets go on sale March 15.

Members of the public will be required to show proof of COVID-19 vaccination for all performances, and masks will be required depending on conditions in effect at the time of the festival. All policies can be adjusted in response to changing conditions and based on the specific requirements of each site.

More information on the 2022 Opera Saratoga Summer Festival, including ticketing details and security policies, is available online at www.operasaratoga.org.

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Lawrence Edelson is the artistic and general director of Opera Saratoga. (File photo)

A native of Albany, Carolee Carmello is thrilled to revisit the role of Ms Lovett after her 2017-18 stint as the critically acclaimed Sweeney Todd at New York’s Barrow Street Theater and is thrilled to make her opera debut at Saratoga. at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center, where she has been inspired by many wonderful performances over the years. (Photo provided)

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Opera Saratoga will present Stephen Sondheim’s Broadway masterpiece Sweeney Todd on stage at the Saratoga Performing Arts Center Amphitheater this summer. (Archive photo / Photo provided)

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New Years 2022 Live Updates: May We Reach New Heights of Progress and Prosperity, Says Prime Minister Modi http://afion.net/new-years-2022-live-updates-may-we-reach-new-heights-of-progress-and-prosperity-says-prime-minister-modi/ Sat, 01 Jan 2022 06:56:24 +0000 http://afion.net/new-years-2022-live-updates-may-we-reach-new-heights-of-progress-and-prosperity-says-prime-minister-modi/ Wishing for the New Year, Prime Minister Narendra Modi wished everyone joy and good health on Saturday. “Happy 2022! May this year bring much joy and good health to everyone’s life. May we continue to reach new heights of progress and prosperity, and work even harder to fulfill the dreams of our great freedom fighters, ”he tweeted.

As Indian tourists celebrate New Years with a beach party in Goa, Bengaluru has not seen any New Years celebrations on MG Road, Brigade Road on the Omicron threat.

South Africans around the world have applauded his government’s decision to lift the midnight curfew in place after nearly two years of Covid-19 restrictions, a relief for businesses and citizens just before the celebrations New Years Eve. On Thursday, South Africa became the first country to say it believed it had passed the peak of a wave of coronavirus infections caused by the highly contagious variant of Omicron.

Australia and New Zealand lit up with fireworks in Sydney and Aukland respectively as they ring the bell on New Years 2022. With the Omicron virus sweeping through India and around the world, various restrictions have been hit. forced people to stay in their homes this New Years Eve. As we bid farewell to the old year on Friday, the night could be much quieter across the country with curbs in all states.

As the New Year rings, most countries are on the verge or in the midst of a new wave of coronavirus infections, thanks to the Omicron variant of the virus. While the US and UK have reported a record high number of cases every day, Indian experts believe the country is on the brink of a third wave. Restrictions have been imposed across India for New Year’s celebrations. While the festivities have been banned altogether in states like Delhi and Karnataka, others have put in place strict restrictions, such as curfews, for control the spread of the virus.

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Restaurants and bars cut New Years celebrations http://afion.net/restaurants-and-bars-cut-new-years-celebrations/ Fri, 31 Dec 2021 01:42:41 +0000 http://afion.net/restaurants-and-bars-cut-new-years-celebrations/

“They are happy during this time of relief to still have events, knowing that they are smaller than they traditionally would be. It’s just the reality of where we are right now ‘

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New Years celebrations will be a little different in Calgary this year, but some local watering holes and restaurants are delighted to be able to accommodate them.

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The CRAFT Beer Market in downtown Calgary had big plans – including live music, dancing, and other celebratory efforts – but the health orders that went into effect on Christmas Eve on Christmas Eve. have forced them to reduce their spending.

Still, it’s a great advantage to just be open and to have the ability to celebrate in one form or another.

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“Around this time last year, we were all getting comfortable on our couches and celebrating New Years Eve from a distance,” said Tyler Rygus, vice president of marketing for CRAFT Beer Market. “We’re always happy to be able to do something in person, but obviously with the new restrictions in Alberta we have to adjust some of the program timelines as well as some of the restaurant’s programs. Looks like.”

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Health ordinances prohibit dancing and other activities that encourage meetings between guests. The province has also capped table sizes at 10, while prohibiting people from walking around with drinks or food in hand and chatting with patrons at other tables.

During this time, the last call is obligatory at 11 p.m., the premises must be closed at 12:30 p.m.

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When it comes to New Years Eve, this is problematic when all the build-up is at midnight, usually with dancing, hugs, and champagne toast.

Rygus said they will likely ring in the New Year with the East Coast, although no specific time has been set between the various franchises.

Not all establishments felt so good about being open on New Years Eve.

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Prairie Dog Brewing scrapped most of its plans, which staff had spent months working on, when the new health orders came out last week. They have canceled their shows, buffet, photo booths and other activities. They will always be open but have a regular dinner service.

According to Lisa Korolyk, their event host, around 50 tickets were sold for the festivities, with the expectation rising to 150 with a traditional post-Christmas wave.

The change of plan has been a bitter pill to swallow for Jay Potter, executive chef and co-owner of Prairie Dog Brewing. This is just the last in 22 frustrating months for him and others in the industry. He’s not ready to hope if he’s still open Friday night.

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“We are all still very concerned about what is going to happen,” he said. “It’s been two years now that I think there’s a bright side to come and this could all be over, and wave after wave after close after close it’s really starting to bother you.”

Jay Potter, co-owner of Prairie Dog Brewing, poses inside the restaurant and brewery.  They had to cancel the organization of their New Year's celebration due to health restrictions.  Thursday, December 30, 2021.
Jay Potter, co-owner of Prairie Dog Brewing, poses inside the restaurant and brewery. They had to cancel the organization of their New Year’s celebration due to health restrictions. Thursday, December 30, 2021. Photo by Brendan Miller / Postmedia

December is a critical month for the restaurant and bar industry, which typically capitalizes on party shoppers and private event bookings for the holidays. The season is traditionally closed with a final push on December 31, a night that Potter says typically brings in $ 15,000 to $ 20,000 for the brewery. It is a necessary cushion for professionals, as January and February are usually the slowest months of the year.

“We haven’t been able to really capture that financial stability this month,” he said. “Not having that little December pillow is definitely going to put a lot more pressure on a lot of restaurants, not just ourselves.”

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The hotel industry has also pivoted this year. Most hotels don’t have paid public events to ring in 2022, but many still have private reservations for their invitation-only ballrooms.

Sol Zia, executive director of the Calgary Hotel Association, said their members have stepped up precautions for these events, focusing on communication around new health orders. Many also added to their tests for events.

The pursuit of private events is huge for the industry with the cancellation of other events such as the Mac’s Midget AAA hockey tournament and Calgary Flames games over the holidays.

“They are happy during this time of relief to still have events, knowing that they are smaller than they traditionally would be,” Zia said. “It’s just the reality of where we are right now.”

jaldrich@postmedia.com

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Some skyscrapers cancel the December 31 holiday, some events down | Calcutta News http://afion.net/some-skyscrapers-cancel-the-december-31-holiday-some-events-down-calcutta-news/ Thu, 30 Dec 2021 22:28:00 +0000 http://afion.net/some-skyscrapers-cancel-the-december-31-holiday-some-events-down-calcutta-news/ Calcutta: Several residents’ associations have sent alerts to their residents, urging everyone to exercise caution over New Year’s weekend to protect themselves and their families from the virus. Most have abandoned their holiday party plans and many have started putting in place infrastructure to isolate and offer treatment to those infected.
“It’s a conscious decision to cut back on celebrations in the wake of the increase in cases and to alert for a third wave. We had planted a Christmas tree and lit our complex. The “Santa Claus” has arrived to entertain the children. But a lot has changed in the last few days and we are not having any celebrations on the 31st, ”said Indranil Chowdhury, secretary of the Silver Spring Housing complex. “We expect to resume some restrictions.”
The South City Residents’ Association had hosted a New Years party, which they abandoned on Thursday. “We have abandoned party plans but since many have already purchased food stamps, we will have food on the lawn. But we keep staggered hours and organize it in a large open space to avoid overcrowding, ”said Manoj Gupta, secretary of the residents’ organization.
A resort in Kestopur has also canceled the celebrations, calling for caution even for small gatherings. “We have 32 apartments in our complex and every year there is a party on New Years Eve. Last year we hadn’t even thought of organizing it but this year we had started to prepare for it. . But with the increase in the number of cases, we have decided to cancel the celebrations, ”said Vikas Pachisia, a resident of the Sangam complex in Kestopur.
In Urbana, residents had planned a musical evening and party on a 5-acre lot that could accommodate more than 600 people. Association officials were still in a meeting until late Thursday, discussing whether to cancel the event or continue it, but with more restrictions. “We only allowed residents and vaccinated artists to attend the event. But given the growing number of cases in the city, we have doubts now, ”said Debjani Mukherjee, director of Urbana Facility Management.
Large parts of the new town that dress this time of year with celebrations at the resorts are also reducing events. “It’s only natural that people are in the mood to cheer. But we have asked our members not to be complacent and let their guard down as Covid cases rise again. A small mistake can be expensive, ”said Samir Gupta, secretary of the New Town Citizens’ Welfare Fraternity. ]]>
David Tennant’s Around the World in 80 Days Teases an Exciting Scale http://afion.net/david-tennants-around-the-world-in-80-days-teases-an-exciting-scale/ Sun, 26 Dec 2021 14:03:19 +0000 http://afion.net/david-tennants-around-the-world-in-80-days-teases-an-exciting-scale/

Around the world in 80 daysscale is off the charts, according to Phileas Fogg himself David Tennant.

Set to premiere on BBC One today (December 26), this small screen adaptation of Jules Verne’s classic adventure tale takes audiences on a journey through parts of South Africa, Romania and America, to name a few.

Ahead of the show’s unveiling, the Scotsman caught up Digital Spy.

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“It’s been such a special trip to do this, for obvious real world reasons. It will always be remembered,” Tennant began.

“The ladder was very exciting. It had a ladder and pretty much everything was happening in front of the camera. There is very little, compared to the kind of story this is, very little told on a green background.

“Things have been scaled up and we haven’t flown a real balloon but overall things are happening in real places, in real time, and it’s increasingly rare, especially for a story. like this one, which goes around the world. ”

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Further on, the old one Doctor Who favorite expressed his love for the localization work.

“There was such a range of places and it felt like we were really on a trip. It was really a story of the week, and each of them had a different cast list and a different set of circumstances. , and a different place.

“It was a good pleasure to film and to look back.”

Let’s take some leftover turkey thigh and see what it is.

The first two episodes of Around the world in 80 days broadcast today from 5:50 p.m. on BBC One.

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NEMOPHILA carries the album “REVIVE” internationally http://afion.net/nemophila-carries-the-album-revive-internationally/ Fri, 24 Dec 2021 08:36:43 +0000 http://afion.net/nemophila-carries-the-album-revive-internationally/

After the album was released TO RESTART for the Japanese market on December 15, ladies of non-stop heavy metal NEMOPHILA are making this studio album available for international release via JPU Records on January 14, 2022. In addition to sharing content with the Japanese regular edition, the edition international adds English lyrics translations and romaji transliterations.

The album features 11 quintessential songs, essentially six new bangers and five included tracks from the previous album. OIRAN – EXTENDED EDITION. Their most popular from this album, OIRAN and Life, get a remaster here. Plus the last song screaming and enthusiastic Houzuki (鬼 灯) is also included!

Of course, these talented ladies are positioning themselves to make waves at Jrock over the next few years. Spectacularly they were rewarded “Artist of the Year” for 2021 by Tower Records Japan. In addition, this album ranks on Japan Oricon musical charter and comments from fans around the world are increasing with many requests for overseas tours. So almost like the flower they get their name from, they thrive in a heavy metal garden!

If it seems that hard rock has become mainstream in your world, then there is a revival in the country! And discover this CD available for pre-order on the link below.


  1. TO RESTART

    TO RESTART

  2. DISSENSION

    DISSENSION

  3. Houzuki

    ??

  4. HYPNOSIS

    HYPNOSIS

  5. GAME OVER

    GAME OVER

  6. Life (REVIVE version)

    REVIVE Life Ver.

  7. SORAI

    SORAI

  8. Rollin ‘rollin’

    Rollin ‘rollin’

  9. Change the world

    Change the world

  10. -RAITEI-

    -RAITEI-

  11. OIRAN (REVIVE version)

    OIRAN REVIVE Ver.


  1. TO RESTART

    TO RESTART

  2. DISSENSION

    DISSENSION

  3. Houzuki

    ??

  4. HYPNOSIS

    HYPNOSIS

  5. GAME OVER

    GAME OVER

  6. Life (REVIVE version)

    REVIVE Life Ver.

  7. SORAI

    SORAI

  8. Rollin ‘rollin’

    Rollin ‘rollin’

  9. Change the world

    Change the world

  10. -RAITEI-

    -RAITEI-

  11. OIRAN (REVIVE version)

    OIRAN REVIVE Ver.


  1. TO RESTART

    TO RESTART

  2. DISSENSION

    DISSENSION

  3. Houzuki

    ??

  4. HYPNOSIS

    HYPNOSIS

  5. GAME OVER

    GAME OVER

  6. Life (REVIVE version)

    REVIVE Life Ver.

  7. SORAI

    SORAI

  8. Rollin ‘rollin’

    Rollin ‘rollin’

  9. Change the world

    Change the world

  10. -RAITEI-

    -RAITEI-

  11. OIRAN (REVIVE version)

    OIRAN REVIVE Ver.

  1. OIRAN

    OIRAN

  2. -RAITEI-

    -RAITEI-

  3. SORAI

    SORAI

  4. Life

    Life

  5. DISSENSION

    DISSENSION

Topic NEMOPHILUS

Artist NEMOPHILUS

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