Author who accused trans lobby of trying to ‘supplant biology’ says it was quashed

Best-selling author who accuses trans lobby of trying to ‘supplant biology’ says it was quashed by BBC and Waterstones Author Helen Joyce posted Trans: When Ideology Meets Reality last month Best-selling writer says she has since been snubbed by BBC and other media Book says trans movement is like “new state religion” with “blasphemy laws” By Chris Hastings Arts Correspondent ...

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Legendary Nigerian musician Victor Uwaifo dies at 80

By Vanessa Obioha Legendary musician Sir Victor Uwaifo, who was Nigeria’s first arts, culture and tourism commissioner, has passed away. The news of his death was announced by his son Uwaifo Peter of Rock on Facebook. He is said to have died from a brief illness. His son said his death came after a week of working with him. Uwaifo ...

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Is Novak Djokovic the greatest tennis player of all time?

Novak Djokovic has never heard of “Gumby”. A child journalist chosen by the USTA to serve as a “children’s caster” asked Djokovic on Friday’s US Open media day which nickname he preferred – “Gumby” or “Spiderman.” Djokovic was called both by tennis connoisseurs. Pundits have long been trying to figure out what made the Serbian – on the verge of ...

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Film Vault Summer Camp: First Color Short Films | Magazine

Even dedicated moviegoers may be surprised to learn that color has been an important part of filmmaking from the very beginning. Particularly fascinating are the various attempts to add color to films during the formative years of cinema, from hand coloring in the 1890s to “Glorious Technicolor” in the 1930s and beyond. Yet despite MoMA’s efforts to collect representative samples ...

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Governor Larry Hogan – Official website of the Governor of Maryland

The company plans to increase the workforce to a second location in Hampstead over the next six years ANNAPOLIS, MD–Governor Larry Hogan today announced that Penguin Random House, the renowned book publisher home to more than 300 international publishing houses, has expanded its presence in Maryland with the opening of a second distribution center in the county. by Carroll. “Seeing ...

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How John Cage, the big disruptor, had the last laugh – by writing great music | Jean Cage

In the summer of 1990, John Cage lectured at the International New Music Gathering in Darmstadt, Germany, and effectively admitted defeat. The then 76-year-old American composer announced that his philosophical ideas of freedom and collaboration, concepts embedded in his avant-garde musical compositions since the 1950s, had failed to influence reality. The world had become worse, not better. It was “a ...

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Baby and Books: Joshua Jackson Talks About Parenthood and New Audible.ca Project ‘Oracle’

TORONTO – Canadian actor Joshua Jackson has found himself telling books lately – for two very different audiences. Professionally, he does so with the new Canadian suspenseful audiobook “Oracle” on Audible.ca’s all new Plus catalog. TORONTO – Canadian actor Joshua Jackson has found himself telling books lately – for two very different audiences. Professionally, he does so with the new ...

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Article claiming that whole milk has made its “triumphant comeback”

An article declaring the “triumphant return” of whole milk divided readers, with some agreeing with the statement while others denounced the assertion. In an article for New York magazine ”s food and restaurant blog Grub Street, titled: “Whole Milk Mounts its Triumphant Comeback:” Hot Girls Ditch Alternatives and Get Back to Basics “”, writer Emily Sundberg reflects on her experience ...

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