New York Mayor Bill de Blasio‘s presidential bid hasn’t been the best-received campaign in a crowded Democratic Party field, but he’s sticking with it — and hoping he can change the narrative (and polling) around his run
Kanye West instructed these models to stand and nothing at his Madison Square Garden fashion showNEW YORK CITY | It was fashion as performance fart. Kanye West is a loud brat, and his new ready-to-wear collection was neither bizarre nor ruinous. It was worse; it was boring and flat. The models were ordered — commanded! (see the timely tweet pic below or on @skylarbergl‘s Twitter account) — to give blank poses. His people passed around a List of 38 rules to follow. “No whisper,” “No smile,”
The Praemium Imperiale styles itself as Japan’s royal answer to Norway’s Nobel Prize. It identifies — and doles out awards to — some of the world’s greatest artists in the categories not recognized by the Nobel Prize. These fields of artistic endeavor are Painting, Sculpture, Architecture, Music, and Theatre/Film.
Regular people are presently coping with head injuries, concussions and clinical efforts to combat both traumatic and acquired brain injuries. This special edition consists of a selection of 8 real-life stories about fostering new dreams where once there were none.
Ahora busca inspirar la resistencia en toda la nación, un cambio de paradigma que seguramente irritará al presidente y seguirá atizando la oposición a la presidencia de Trump
You might like this new novel if you liked Fans of Jean Auel’s “Clan of the Cave Bear.”
In just over 130 pages, the book outlines a whole new paradigm of how to thrive in the blockchain revolution without feeling slimy
Bioelectronic medicine uses device technology to read and modulate the electrical activity within the body’s nervous system, opening new doors to real-time diagnostics and treatment options for patients
Such as asking Alexa to make a donation on one’s behalf, asking Alexa for current deals available to Prime members, setting an alarm to specific music, or scheduling a meeting
Press Contact Beth Swierk, MasterClass, email@example.com Daniel Coffey, PMK∙BNC, Daniel.Coffey@pmkbnc.com, 310-854-3267 Wey Lin, PMK∙BNC, Wey.Lin@pmkbnc.com, 212-373-6103 SAN FRANCISCO, July 25, 2019 /PRNewswire/ MasterClass, the online education company that enables anyone to learn from the best in the world, announces award-winning writer, thinker and humanitarian Joyce Carol Oates for its first-ever course on short stories. Available exclusively at http://www.masterclass.com/jco, Oates’s class will help writers at all levels think about their works in new ways by introducing innovative strategies to be implemented in both short and long form writing. Students can access this course and more than 60 MasterClass courses by subscribing to the All-Access Pass for $180 per year. Other MasterClass categories that can be accessed through the All-Access Pass include business, culinary arts, film & television, music & entertainment, photography, sports and more. “Joyce is one of today’s most powerful writers and a master of the short story,” said David Rogier, co-founder and CEO of MasterClass. “She’s unafraid to explore taboo and the darker side of humanity. She pushes all of us to explore our daily scramble for existence. She’s an amazing teacher and we are honored to have her on MasterClass.” With a career spanning more than 50 years, Oates has consistently demonstrated an unparalleled mastery across a range of literary genres. Having published her first novel, With Shuddering Fall, in 1962, Oates’s impact on literature and poetry was swift and significant, winning the National Book Award just seven years later for her novel, them. Since then, Oates has received many of the industry’s most coveted honors including two O. Henry Awards for short fiction, the National Humanities Medal for her contribution to the humanities, the PEN/Malamud Award for Excellence in Short Story and recognition as a Pulitzer Prize finalist for three of her novels and two collections of short …
With a visual impairment and slight hearing loss, the author receives support from AHRC NYC, a 70-year-old organization serving people with intellectual and other developmental disabilities and their families.
Possibly controversial book claims it is controversial exposé of the life of Mohammad.