Chloé Zhao on directing Marvel’s “Eternals” and her passion for the genre

Academy award-winner Chloé Zhao is the director of Marvel’s much-anticipated Eternals. In an exclusive Interview, we talk to the Chinese director about the movie and her passion for the genre. At the 2021 Oscars, Beijing-born director Chloé Zhao became the second woman and the first woman of colour in history …

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How the Brooklyn Public Library Used Behavioral Science to Reach More Customers

In October, New York City’s three public library systems announced they would permanently remove fines for late book returns. Comprised of the Brooklyn, Queens and New York public libraries, the city’s system is the nation’s largest for removing fines. This is a reversal of a long-standing policy of ensuring shelves …

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Calendar | Dare County, North Carolina

Calendar | Dare County, North Carolina Please enable JavaScript in your browser for the best user experience. Show / Hide A coastal flood warning and high wave advisory remain in effect for County Dare. For updated weather information, visit www.weather.gov/mhx. Route 12 on Hatteras Island between Basnight Bridge and Rodanthe …

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Veterans Day Events | News, Sports, Jobs

All events are Thursday, unless otherwise noted. AUSTINTOWN – 8:30 a.m. Veterans Day Annual Meeting at Austintown Fitch High School Auditorium. The chairman is Col. Kevin Riley, former commander of the 910th Mission Support Group, Air Force Reserve Command, Youngstown Air Reserve Station. He is a senior aerospace instructor at …

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New at the Peter White Public Library | News, Sports, Jobs

The Peter White Public Library offers these new non-fiction books: “Chasing Ghosts: A Tour of Our Fascination with Spirits and the Supernatural” by Marc Hartzman Whether you believe it or not, ghosts are a part of legend and tradition. Author Hartzman takes us on a journey to look at the …

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Tradition, evolution meet in 74th Eureka Springs festival

By its simplest definition, “folk music” is just music for folks. It’s music that tells the stories of people’s lives, says Ozark Folk Festival organizer Nancy Paddock. “It’s the music that starts in the living room and the front yard,” she muses, noting that the genre, if that’s even still …

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Education Notes | TheLancasterNews.com

Veterans Day Andrew Jackson College: 10 a.m. Nov. 9, 6865 Kershaw Camden Highway, Kershaw. The school will host a veterans parade outside the college auto loop. Veterans will drive by branch of service and will be recognized. At the end of the parade, veterans will receive a DVD of the …

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City announces start times for upcoming WinterFest events, Celebration of Lights parade route

EL PASO, Texas (KTSM) – With the holidays just around the corner, that means the annual WinterFest celebration and the Celebration of Lights parade aren’t too far away. The festivities on Saturday, November 20 will begin at noon with a special holiday market, with more than a dozen vendors on …

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‘A Man Named Scott’ Review: Bending Genres, Coping With Struggles

In “A Man Named Scott,” a documentary about Kid Cudi, the genre-defying rapper’s longtime friend, Shia LaBeouf, and one of his superfans, Timothée Chalamet, are among the men who say Cudi helped them open up emotionally. They acknowledge Cudi for reshaping hip-hop on his own terms. But the director Robert …

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Tooth Fairy Delivers New Story Books to Federal Way’s Free Small Libraries

The Tooth Fairy is launching its new free children’s book, “The Search for the World’s Biggest Smile: A Tooth Fairy Tale,” and is delivering copies to small free libraries across the state, including Federal Way. Local dentists and the tooth fairy have declared the day after Halloween as National Brush …

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