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Disney is offering a $5,000 Star Wars cocktail on a new cruise ship

Your bank account will be in a galaxy far, far away after indulging in Disney’s new cocktail. EW has confirmed with a company representative that the new Disney Wish cruise ship is offering a $5,000 drink inspired by George Lucas star wars franchise that will be available in the new …

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Legacy: 10 Plot Holes That Make No Sense

After four seasonsLegacy just reached the series finale and with it, The Vampire Diaries The universe has come to an end. It’s undeniably a bittersweet ending, not just because it completes a beloved franchise, but also because of Legacy’ sudden cancellation. The show took place two years after the events …

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Oxburgh Hall is without scaffolding as roof restoration is complete

A £6 million project has been completed to restore the roof and facade of the medieval gatehouse of the National Trust’s Oxburgh Hall in West Norfolk. The 500-year-old building is scaffold-free for the first time in six years and the work will secure its future. A new immersive experience has …

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Fleetwood Mac’s ’70s Christine McVie ‘enjoyed the storm’

Christine McVie reflected on being seen as Fleetwood Mac’s peacemaker during their turbulent years. But in a new interview with rolling stoneshe said it had never been as bad as they claimed. “I was supposedly like Mother Teresa who hung out with everyone or just tried to [keep] it’s all …

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Amazon in July 2022: 130 new titles, 6 originals

Amazon plans to add 130 new TV shows and movies to its Prime lineup next month (July 2022), including six Amazon Originals. New titles will include The Terminal List, an Amazon original series starring Chris Pratt as a Navy Seal haunted (and maybe more) by a failed high-stakes mission; Warriors …

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Paramount Streaming Chief Tom Ryan Talks Global Expansion and New Content

As Paramount+ is gearing up for its splashy, star-studded UK and Ireland launch in London on Monday, Paramount’s Streaming President and CEO Tom Ryan spoke with Variety about the global expansion of the renowned company’s streaming business which, in addition to being powered by original content, stands out in the …

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HBO Max Orders Animated Aztec Batman

I don’t know who hasn’t gotten the memo at this point, but HBO Max Latin America has ordered an original DC animated film called Batman Azteca: Clash of Impérios (Aztec Batman: Clash of Empires). This collaboration between Warner Bros. Animation, DC, Anima and Chatrone is probably one of many. Last …

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Syrinthia Studer named EVP International Productions at Paramount Global

Paramount Global veteran Syrinthia Studer has joined the company’s content licensing division as Executive Vice President, International Productions. Paramount’s new business unit will develop and produce a slate of films including international local-language productions as well as micro-budget films, of domestic or international origin, for release through limited theatrical platforms …

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The strange afterlife of the Vikings

Adapted from Brunner’s new bookFar North – A Cultural History When Geneva historian Paul Henri Mallet began publishing Old Norse tales in 1655, he probably couldn’t imagine the lingering wave of interest in all things “Nordic” more than 250 years later. Although Old Norse tales feature the kind of wild …

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Ukraine complains about Israeli hold-up on defensive equipment

Ukraine’s Ambassador to Israel Yevgen Korniychuk today expressed frustration over Jerusalem’s alleged refusal to approve the transfer of the Spike SR anti-tank guided missile system from Germany to Ukraine. Addressing a press conference, Korniychuk said: “Last week, as far as I know for sure, the Americans allowed the transfer of …

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Fox Announces New Fall Premiere Date For ‘Monarch’

Trace the stars of Adkins in the series Fox has announced the new premiere date for Trace Adkins’ country musical drama Monarch. The show, also starring Susan Saradon and Anna Friel, premieres with a two-night special event, starting Sunday, September 11, immediately following the Fox NFL doubleheader from 8-9 p.m. …

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Amazon shoppers love this stylish and affordable denim jacket and it’s available in 10 colors

Summer fashion must-haves: Amazon shoppers call this £32 denim jacket ‘sleek, soft and so wearable’ – and it’s available in 10 colors By Emily Scrivener for Mailonline Published: 7:53 a.m. EDT, June 6, 2022 | Updated: 9:48 a.m. EDT, June 6, 2022 The products featured in this Mail Best article …

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Where to watch and stream The Penitent Thief for free online

Cast: Kevin Sorbo James Russo Major dodge Stelio Savante Krista Bradley Generators: Drama Director: Lucas Miles The story of the two unnamed men who were crucified alongside Jesus and how they ended up alongside him on the cross on that fateful day. Dismas and his brother Jotham, along with Gestas, …

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Spanish-Language Thriller Sets Netflix Release Date

Set those countdowns and get ready for the next Netflix show The longest nightwhich features Luis Callejo and Alberto Amman. The Spanish-language series will premiere on the streamer on Friday, July 8. As part of the date announcement, Netflix shared a brief preview of what viewers can expect. The teaser …

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The Maverick Stopwatch Everyone’s Talking About

Top Gun: Maverick, the long-awaited sequel to what is probably the best action movie of the ’80s, has just hit theaters, and it’s an absolute delight for the senses. But watch nerds were thrilled to see one watch in particular… Many characters in the film wear IWC Schaffhausen watches – …

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10 Best Chronograph Watches to Stop the Clock

While some men may appreciate more refined timepieces, others – like me – prefer large, expensive and complicated chronographs. First invented by French artist and watchmaker Louis Moinet in 1816, the chronograph is one of the most important complications in all of watchmaking. Chronographs are simply watches that can be …

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El Fureidis de Montecito, a Golden Age Treasure in Santa Barbara

Nestled in the Montecito Hills above Santa Barbara, the beautiful El Fureidis (or “tropical paradise”) estate is an oasis of tranquility and class. It’s comfortable by today’s mega-mansion standards: barely 10,000 square feet, set on ten acres, surrounded by lush gardens and towering palms, all in the shadow of the …

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Amazon shoppers are snapping up these £22 pull-on cropped trousers in multiple colors

Number one bestseller! Amazon shoppers are snapping up these £22 cropped trousers in multiple colours, calling them a ‘must have for the summer months’ By Emily Scrivener for Mailonline Published: 8:50 a.m. EDT, May 17, 2022 | Update: 2:56 a.m. EDT, May 18, 2022 The products featured in this Mail …

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Family remembers life of Stockton policeman Jimmy Inn

On May 11, 2021, Stockton Police Officer Jimmy Inn was fatally shot while responding to a domestic violence dispute. STOCKTON, Calif. — The family of Stockton Police Officer Jimmy Inn has spent the past year reflecting on the day he was killed in the line of duty on May 11, …

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SHUDDER AND RLJE FILMS SET UP TOGETHER ON DESTROY ALL NEIGHBORS – AMC Networks Inc.

NEW YORK – May 10, 2022 – Shudder, AMC Networks’ horror, thriller and supernatural streaming service, and RLJE Films, a business unit of AMC Networks, today announced their partnership on Shudder’s all-new original film, Destroy all neighbors. From music video director and commercial Josh Forbes and starring Jonah Ray Rodrigues …

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Imitation and parody. . . You can’t have one without the other

Aristotle said to Plato,“Do you have another sweet potato?”Said Plato to Aristotle,“Thanks, I prefer the bottle.”said Socrates,“Less rhyming, please!” » These ancient worthies are mentioned because poetic imitation has been used to define a variety of technical things ever since Plato wrote a treatise called “Poetics”. For our purposes here, …

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Netflix opens an office in Rome; Launches Huge Originals Slate – Deadline

Netflix has opened an office in Italy and unveiled a huge slate of scripted and unscripted series and movies from many of the country’s biggest producers, with co-CEO Reed Hastings detailing the streamer’s roots in the country. Located in the heart of Rome, the office will house around 70 employees …

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3M stock is worth a look because of the company it keeps

3M is a value stock aligned with many of the market’s most disruptive sectors 3M (NYSE: MMM) delivered a double whammy when it reported earnings on April 26. This was not enough to satisfy investors who were in the mood to sell. However, the title is beginning to recover. And …

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WWE Rumors of Roman Reigns vs. Drew McIntyre, NXT Cuts; Theory teases John Cena match | Launderer’s report

AMER HILABI/AFP via Getty Images Bleacher Report keeps you up to date with the latest WWE and AEW news. WWE retains Reigns against McIntyre WWE isn’t shy about staging a feud between Roman Reigns and Drew McIntyre. The duo have been working together on house shows for months, and now …

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Back to lunch

Lunch is as important as you want it to be. Donning matching feather boas with a tribe of friends for a boozy midday meal at Galatoire that turns into dinner is as good in this town as grabbing a Reuben at Stein’s Deli or a carton of leftovers from your …

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UK Broadcasters Shake-Up; CinemaCon envelope; Cannes – Deadline

Happy Friday readers, Tom here at the helm of the International Insider ship, read on for the week’s headlines. UK Broadcasters Reshuffle Crack down: The UK government unveiled a landmark white paper this week that touched on everything from regulating global streamers operating in the country to the future of …

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Exclusive ‘Cursed Films’ Clip Explores True Voodoo From ‘The Serpent and the Rainbow’

A brand new episode of Shudder’s “Cursed Movies II” premieres tomorrow, April 28and the subject of the last episode of season 2 is that of Wes Craven The Serpent and the Rainbow. In this exclusive Bloody Disgusting clip from the new episode, “Cathy Tyson, Bill Pullmanand makeup artist David LeRoy …

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The Future of NFTs in the Web 3.0 World

The history and evolution of shaving The art of shaving is a timeless practice. The average person spends 3,000 hours of their life shaving, roughly equivalent to a third of an entire calendar year. But do you know how shaving was born? This infographic from our sponsor Henson Shaving examines …

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Osterburken gives fragmentary glimpses of Roman life on the edge of the empire

A stylized metal statue of a Roman soldier stands in front of the Roemermuseum in Osterburken, Germany. The museum features the remains of a Roman bathhouse and artifacts from when they had a fort guarding the border here. (Michael Abrams/Stars and Stripes) It was far from the comforts of Rome, …

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Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie Prepares Solo Compilation “Songbird”

Fleetwood Mac’s Christine McVie will release her very first solo compilation, SongbirdJune 24. The package, recently remastered by acclaimed producer Glyn Johns, contains material from two of his solo albums (1984’s Christine McVie and 2004 Waiting), plus two previously unreleased tracks and a new orchestral rendition of it Rumors ballad …

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Investing in the new world of remote work

The history and evolution of shaving The art of shaving is a timeless practice. The average person spends 3,000 hours of their life shaving, roughly equivalent to a third of an entire calendar year. But do you know how shaving was born? This infographic from our sponsor Henson Shaving examines …

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Antiquities thieves attack a Roman tomb in Nablus

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip – On April 4, Palestinian security services in the West Bank received word that a group of antiquities thieves had carried out illegal excavations in the town of Sarra, in the western governorate of Nablus. Staff from the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, along with members …

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The ‘TVD’ and ‘Originals’ Stars Who Returned to CW’s ‘Legacies’

Welcome to Mystic Falls! After debuting in October 2018, The CW’s Legacy was hailed as a The Vampire Diaries and The originals spinoff for the next generation, while taking place at the fictional Salvatore School run by RSTby Alaric Saltzman (Matthew Davis). While students and native townspeople have grown up …

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10 Things Fans Love About The Scream Franchise, According To Reddit

Looking back on successful horror franchises, Scream will always stand out from the crowd of slashers. Whether fans love the humor, the characters, Ghostface, or the twists that unfold at every turn of the story, fans will always return to these movies when they want to spend time in the …

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12 necklaces to buy from independent jewelry brands in the UK

Contrary to popular belief, it’s not just an outfit that makes a look. In fact, we would go so far as to say that jewelry adds the finishing touch. It’s the very reason we love filling our trinket dishes with this stuff – one day you want chunky, heavy accents …

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The 10 Best HBO Shows, According to Reddit

For decades, HBO has enjoyed an esteemed reputation as the premium network for high-quality television programming. They made extensive use of talented creatives to direct their projects and gave them great creative freedom to create something special. RELATED: 7 Villains Set To Appear In Batman’s Arkham HBO Max Spin-Off The …

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Thermae Romae Novae Review – A Fair Formula That Has Lasted Too Long

If you have time to spare, you probably still wouldn’t want to spend it watching Thermae Romae Novae, the latest mediocre offering from the Netflix Anime vaults. Let’s see what the series was in this review! Presentation of Thermae Romae Novae Thermae Romae Novae is a slice-of-life historical pageant based …

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British Museum faces legal action over refusal to 3D scan Parthenon marbles | Parthenon marbles

The British Museum is facing legal action from one of the UK’s leading heritage preservation organizations over its refusal to allow the 3D scanning of a piece from its collection of Parthenon marbles. The Institute for Digital Archeology (IDA) said it would serve an injunction against the museum imminently, raising …

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Displaced Syrians in Idlib hold classes in Roman ruins

A 16th-century Roman archaeological site in the Deir Hassan region north of Idlib has been turned into an educational center, thanks to the efforts of a displaced woman. It offers courses for children and women in the camps who want to learn new skills and benefit from vocational training. The …

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Will Turkey become a haven for sanctioned Russians?

The docking of two superyachts belonging to a sanctioned Russian-Israeli oligarch at a seaside resort in southwestern Turkey has reignited debate about the country’s role in illicit finance. Over the past three days, Roman Abramovich’s Bermuda-registered yachts Eclipse and My Solaris have anchored at marinas in Marmaris and Bodrum, respectively, …

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James Hetfield’s son releases his first album with his band Bastardane

Bastardane, the hard rock trio with drummer Castor Hetfield – son of Metallica frontman James Hetfield – have released their debut album. Title Is it rage?, the LP boasts heavy riffing and palpable energy, with the band firing on all cylinders through 10 high-octane tracks. The album opener “Above All” …

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Beverage Disruptors | Food | Northern Express

Audacia Elixirs wants to change the way we drink By Ross Boissoneau | March 12, 2022 Whether you’re the designated driver, January is dry, or you’re just taking a night’s rest, there are countless reasons to seek out alcohol alternatives. For those of us who avoid alcohol, the status quo …

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The Vinyl District of Los Angeles is a new hub of design and culinary creativity | Architectural Summary

Twenty-foot high ceilings, impressive hallways and monumental staircases are just a few features of the building which is a 15,000 square foot canvas for innovation in event design where Funke also offers hosted event dining. “I knew this style of cooking was going to play well,” the chef says in …

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Corby women unite for vigil on International Women’s Day

Danielle Stone, Insia Ishaji and Shelly Ullah will speak at the event The women of Corby are hosting a day full of special events tomorrow (Tuesday March 8) to mark International Women’s Day 2022. Speeches, solidarity marches in dark areas and crafts are offered as part of the day to …

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Visiting the Gardens of the Christian and Byzantine Museum in Athens (VIDEO) — Greek City Times

Athens is not famous for its multitude of parks and green spaces, although there are in fact a handful that are not only refreshing, invigorating and naturally lush (the National Gardens, Philoppapou Hill, d’Ardittou, the Lycabettus to name but a few) but also Soaked in history. One of the lesser …

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Jobs available at Merry Hill now – including at Marks & Spencer, Footasylum and Boots

Want to work in one of the many shops and restaurants located in Merry Hill? There are dozens of jobs available at the Brierley Hill Shopping Center right now. Positions available include supervisor, restaurant assistant, sales assistant, and even start-up apprenticeships. And they’re available at a host of stores and …

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New archaeological find unearthed in Luxor under historic palace

CAIRO – Egypt announced on February 22 the discovery of new archaeological treasures under the destroyed historic palace of Tawfiq Pasha Andraos in the governorate of Luxor, in the far south of the country. A two-storey house and a 4-meter-deep ancient oven dating back to Roman times have been unearthed …

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Israel torn apart by ties to Russian oligarchs

At a February 27 meeting of Israel’s Foreign and Security Cabinet, Foreign Minister Yair Lapid addressed his colleagues with a bizarre request-warning, asking them not to provide aid to Jewish-Russian billionaires/oligarchs who have been hit by international attacks. punishments. “You have to be very careful because these guys have connections …

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Rogue Valley Live Stream, Virtual Events: Feb. 25 – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

Gypsy Sou (Roman Morykit, left, and Cilette Swann) will perform a live concert on Saturday February 26. See the list below. Courtesy picture Recurring events Ashland Senior Activities A variety of virtual and in-person activities and services are available for adults 50 and older Monday through Friday through the Ashland …

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Cleopatra’s Needle, the Obelisk in Central Park, Holds Secrets We’ll Never Know

It was a time of donations between countries – around the same time France was discussing sending the Statue of Liberty. “Both took years to finalize, and the Statue of Liberty beat the obelisk by three years,” Sara Cedar Miller, historian emeritus of the Central Park Conservancy, told Gothamist. “So …

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Liberty University plans to upgrade campus museum spaces »Liberty News

Select Liberty University designated museum spaces will be renovated and objects moved to newly expanded areas on campus as the school plans to better showcase its special collections this semester. “Liberty University has always been a great place to learn about the history, arts, and foundations of our Christian faith,” …

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Top 5 lessons from Robert Hanssen’s 20 years of spying

Subscribe to Daily Intelligence for your daily dose of information on careers, defense contracts and security clearances. To his Russian handlers he called himself “Ramon” and “Roman Garcia” and gladly accepted from them more than $1.2 million, jewelry and attention. In exchange, Robert P. Hanssen shared over 6,000 pages of …

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Disney+’s ‘Nautilus’ Completes Cast – Global Briefs – Deadline

Disney+’s “Nautilus” completes the cast; The cameras roll in Australia Casting is complete and filming has started in Australia on Disney+ Nautilusthe live story of Jules Verne 20000 Leagues Under the Sea. Joining the previously announced Shazad Latif (The pursuit of love) in the lead role of Captain Nemo are …

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Mummies of sacred animals live in the City of the Dead in Egypt

Tuna el-Gebel, a village in central Egypt, is known as the necropolis of Hermopolis. The “City of the Dead” is famous for a large cemetery of mummified animals established two millennia ago. Magdy Shaker, chief archaeologist at the Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities, told Al-Monitor: “Excavations and research in the …

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Ancient burial site discovered at construction site in Gaza

GAZA CITY, Gaza Strip – The Gaza Strip’s Ministry of Tourism and Antiquities announced on January 31 the discovery of the ruins of a 2,000-year-old Roman cemetery in Beit Lahia, in the northern Gaza Strip. . The discovery was made as bulldozers were digging for an Egyptian-funded housing project in …

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AIFF Format Change, Live Streams and Virtual Events from Rogue Valley: Feb. 11 – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

The Ashland Independent Film Festival has announced changes to this year’s format. See the list below. File photo Focus on the Ashland independent film festival The AIFF has announced that its 21st annual festival, originally scheduled for April 14-28, will now take place virtually on its Events Channel from April …

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Northumberland set to feature on Great Coastal Railway Journeys TV show

Five episodes covering ‘Tynemouth to Berwick’ will air from Monday 7 February at 6.30pm. Presenter Michael Portillo travels on the Underground, East Coast Main Line and Tyne Valley Line to marvel at the scenery and admire the architectural and engineering heritage of the railways in the region where they were …

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Goldberg Challenges Roman Reigns, Allin vs. Guevara Tease, More Fallout Friday | Launderer’s report

0 out of 4 One man with an army against a one man army.Credit: WWE.com This week’s SmackDown and Rampage both laid the groundwork for the upcoming pay-per-views with segments that confirmed a few matches and set others in motion. Bill Goldberg returned to WWE television in the early segments …

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Iran wrestling team cancels US match after visas denied

Iranian Wrestling Federation President Alireza Dabir says he had ‘no choice but to cancel’ an Iranian-American meeting after several visa applications submitted by the Iranian delegation were rejected by US authorities. In a letter to his American counterpart, Dabir lamented that he and five others were denied visas and therefore …

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The Mandalorian’s Epic Luke Skywalker Scene Gets a LEGO Set

Each product has been independently selected by our editorial team. We may receive commissions from certain product links on this page. Promotions are subject to availability and retailer terms. It’s been over a year since the Season 2 finale of Star Wars: The Mandalorian, but the Disney+ series continues to …

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Visit Piazza San Marco: the heart of Venice

The heart of Venice is where the action takes place and also happens to be one of the most historic parts of this beautiful river city. St. Mark’s Square (or Piazza San Marco in Italian) is the main public square in Venice, Italy – although it is usually simply referred …

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Scream: 10 Smartest Characters, Ranked

As one of the smartest horror franchises to date, the Scream the franchise has no shortage of intelligent characters. Covering 5 movies and 3 seasons of a TV show, the Scream The series focused on Sidney Prescott (Neve Campbell) as she faces a constant stream of murderers trying to kill …

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Scream 2022’s Best Ride Dropped Sidney’s Family Twists

Scream 2022 breaks the trend that Ghostface’s motivations are based on the twists and turns of Sidney’s family, which heralds a brighter future for the franchise. Warning: spoilers ahead for Scream 2022! While almost all Scream the film focuses on a major family twist for Sidney Prescott, Scream 2022 breaks …

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Snobs, dinkus and Beetle Bailey | At the library column

Cicero, that old Roman blacksmith, said that “brevity is a great charm of eloquence”, so perhaps he admired short words. Short words are often tied to history and meaning, such as “snob”, which originally meant “a cobbler or apprentice” in 1781. By 1831, college boys used it to disparage uneducated …

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Turkish villas feature Love Island-style pools and offer great value

YOU get an entire villa in Turkey. More balconies than Romeo and Juliet could use. Rooms big enough for a group of whirling dervishes. 5 Villa Vaha costs around £2,200 per week in high season 5 Kalkan offers “much more” value than other European hotspotsCredit: Getty Enough bathrooms for countless …

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Prada and Adidas launch an NFT

In partnership with Adidas, Prada releases its first NFT. According to reports from Business in vogue, the non-fungible token (a non-interchangeable unit of data stored on a blockchain) will be a crowd-sourced digital artwork in a Beeple-style collage. Starting January 24, anyone can register to submit a photo using a …

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Indian Elections 2022: Key Constituencies, Poll Dates & More

Five Indian states are set to go to the polls in the coming weeks in a closely watched election battle that will be crucial in gauging the popularity of Narendra Modi’s Hindu nationalist Bharatiya Janata Party (BJP) ahead of general elections in the country in 2024. The polls will also …

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Easter Eggs You May Have Missed in Scream

There are several big references to the original “Scream” in the final episode, which are more subtle than the direct references made throughout the film. Our opening scene girl, Tara (Jenna Ortega), is memorable for many reasons, but one thing that will stand out about her for fans of the …

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Highlights from over a century of Israeli historical footage

TEL AVIV (JTA) — For years, only people with special permission could visit the air-conditioned depots of the Jerusalem Cinematheque to view the moving footage held in Israel’s film archive. But following a massive digitization effort, anyone with an internet connection can now watch the footage. “We’re at the fun …

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Along Hadrian’s Wall, the temples, towers and cults of ancient Rome come to life

Less than a mile from St. James Park, the 52,000-seat English Premier League stadium, a team of aqueduct workers laying pipes for the Northumbrian Water Group discovered a nine-foot section of the wall. Hadrian buried just two feet under modern asphalt. Eventually the pipe was diverted and the stones were …

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More than a century of historical Israeli images are now online, and it’s a revelation

TEL AVIV (JTA) – For years, only people with special permission could visit the temperature-controlled deposits of the Jerusalem Cinematheque to view the moving images kept in Israel’s film archives. But as a result of a massive digitization effort, anyone with an internet connection can now view the images. “We …

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The Israel Film Archive brings together more than a century of historical Israeli footage online. Here are the highlights.

TEL AVIV (JTA) – For years, only people with special permission could visit the temperature-controlled deposits of the Jerusalem Cinematheque to view the moving images kept in Israel’s film archives. But as a result of a massive digitization effort, anyone with an internet connection can now view the images. “We …

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Beloved Netflix Series Takes Top 10 After Season 4 Returns

There is no stop for the Karate Kids. Cobra Kai, the famous Karate kid sequel series, has been a huge hit for Netflix since the streamer acquired it from YouTube in 2020. Whenever episodes of the show have been added to Netflix, Cobra Kai quickly became the service’s most popular …

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How did Welsh cricket fare in 2021?

Glamorgan won the One-Day Cup in 2021 – his first trophy in 17 years In 2021, county cricketers experienced arguably the busiest national summer on record. After a 2020 impacted by Covid, the schedule has returned to some sort of normalcy – but with a new addition. The Hundred, delayed …

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CBR’s 100 Best Comics of 2021: # 75-51

After a short five year hiatus, we are back with a long CBR tradition. At the end of the year, we polled the many CBR staff who make this site so awesome and asked them for their ranking of the best comics of the year. Every publisher releasing new comics …

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Could an old model reveal the new killer in “Scream?” “

the Scream The franchise, run by the late Wes Craven and written by Kevin Willamson, has always adhered to certain slasher movie rules. If a character says they’re going to “come back right away,” they’ll likely die eventually. Likewise, the last daughter is still alive, and so on. Because of …

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