Monthly Archives: September 2022

The Channels wants to hear from you – What makes you happy? – The chains

The Channels is running an engagement journalism project for the fall semester where we can create a collection of photographs and stories from everyone in the community. We are asking members of the Santa Barbara community to “photograph your joy” by uploading your image to this Google form. Please submit a horizontal .jpg or .jpeg […]

In a reimagining of Puccini’s ‘La Bohème’, the Boston Lyric Opera goes upside down

Jared Bowen, GBH’s Executive Arts Editor, shares his insight into the latest arts and culture happening in and around Boston. On view at the Emerson Colonial Theater through October 2 This Boston Lyric Opera retelling of Puccini’s classic opera is notable for being told backwards. In this version of La Bohème, the story begins with […]

RGU launches law clinic to help low-income students

RGU has launched Scotland’s first holistic, student-run clinic in Aberdeen to provide free legal advice to low-income people across the city. The Grampian Community Law Center will operate from Torry Medical Practice on Oscar Road and will become the first of its kind to be integrated into a medical practice. It will aim to address […]

Derek Hawkins named deputy visual business editor for National

Announcement from National Editor Matea Gold, Associate National Editor Philip Rucker and National Visual Enterprise Editor Kainaz Amaria: We are delighted to announce that Derek Hawkins will join the National Department as Associate Editor of Visual Enterprise, a role in which he will help design and execute high-impact visual and immersive storytelling. Derek will help […]

Buster Keaton’s ‘The General’ airs at Rialto Cinemas Elmwood

The general. Credit: United Artists Although I’ve written for Berkeleyside since the site launched in 2009, I haven’t spent much time reviewing silent films. Makes sense, I suppose, since the focus of my column has usually been on recent or new releases, but also unfortunate: despite losing about 70% of silent features (and probably a […]

Dates and Judges Announced for Sony World Photography Awards 2023

The World Photography Organization has announced the judging panel and exhibition dates for the 2023 Sony World Photography Awards. The 2023 jury, top row: Mariama Attah, Head of Exhibitions at Open Eye Gallery, Liverpool, UK; Tandazani Dhlakama, Assistant Curator at Zeitz MOCAA, Cape Town, South Africa; Elisa Medde, Editor-in-Chief, Foam Magazine, Amsterdam; Ioana Mello, independent […]

B-Roll, Video, Audio, Photos and Quick Transcript: Governor Hochul Delivers Remarks at African American Veterans Monument and Unveiling

Earlier in the day, Governor Kathy Hochul delivered remarks at the African-American Veterans Monument and its dedication. B-ROLL of the event is available on YouTube here and in TV quality (h.264, mp4) here. VIDEO of the event is available on YouTube here and in TV quality (h.264, mp4) here. SOUND of the event is available […]

Poundland finally opens a new store at Trinity Center in Aberdeen

Poundland has finally welcomed eager shoppers to the new Trinity Centre’s ‘one stop shop’. The new store opened at 9 a.m. Saturday as the sun shone on Union Street. Despite the autumn breeze, customers came and went from the new store, exploring the offerings of clothing, fresh produce and various other bargains. Gladys Winchester from […]

Hellbound Season 2 to Money Heist Korea 2 Exciting Titles Revealed

The Netflix Tudum Korea 2022 event took place on Saturday morning with great excitement from falls around the world. Over the past few years, Korean shows and movies have become absolute favorites for many viewers. Romantic dramas gave people thrills while thrillers shook them. The new list with new titles and some follow-ups is now […]

How street style photographer Christina Fragkou achieves this

Illustration: Samantha Hahn For this special Fashion Week edition of “How I Get There,” we ask successful women how to manage their careers and lives during this hectic time of year. Christina Fragkou has been documenting fashion week for over eight years. As a freelance street style and fashion photographer, this is easily her busiest […]

Oregon Democrat says drug prices are ‘out of control’ As a state legislator, she tried to keep them that way.

Democrats Congressional hopeful Val Hoyle took thousands from Eli Lilly, then worked to protect their insulin patent Val Hoyle (via Twitter) Collin Anderson • September 22, 2022 11:20 a.m. As state legislator, Oregon Democrat Val Hoyle received numerous donations from pharmaceutical companies during her eight years in office. But the money she received from Eli […]

‘Avatar’ returns to theaters as Disney beats James Cameron’s long-delayed sequel

Avatar Source: Walt Disney Studios The Na’vi return to the big screen this weekend as Disney looks to reignite interest in its newly acquired Avatar franchise, three months before the launch of the long-delayed sequel, “Avatar: The Way of Water.” Bringing the highest-grossing film of all time back to theaters serves two purposes for Disney: […]

Agathe Kalfas & Mathias Benguigui offer another face to the refugee crisis

On view this year at PhMuseum Days 2022four-handed collaboration Songs of asphodel tries to give a new perspective on a strongly represented place and issue – that of migration on the island of Lesbos. What should a refugee look like? Like a person caught in a filthy paradox, between oppression and freedom, stripped of his […]

How to Improve Team Engagement in a Hybrid Workplace

The team environment should be a safe zone where each member feels empowered to speak and contribute. Here are some ways to improve participation: Actively solicit questions Provide multiple ways for employees to share their thoughts Encourage dialogue and discussion on feedback Learn from each other Employees should understand that […]

Galaxy S10 series gets September update

About a week after the Galaxy S10 Lite, Samsung’s usual Galaxy S10 flagships are also getting the September 2022 Android security patch. The update recently began Rolling out to Galaxy S10e, Galaxy S10, and Galaxy S10+ in Europe with firmware version G97xFXXSGHVI1. A global rollout is expected to follow soon, including in the United States. […]

The best places in New York to learn about Latin culture

Through our beautiful city, near 2.5 million Latino New Yorkers – many of whom have ancestry in countries like Puerto Rico, the Dominican Republic, Mexico, Ecuador, Colombia, etc. – create a complex mosaic of cultures, cuisines, identities and traditions. And it’s here, in all five boroughs, in enclaves like Washington Heights and Inwood, where 67% […]

How to Protect Your Phone and Data Privacy at US Customs

International travelers may know that US Customs and Border Protection (CBP) can scroll your phone in a “random search.” But new details paint a picture of vast and messy data collection that puts your privacy at risk. Data copied from devices to entry points in the United States — including airports and border crossings — […]

Canoeing in Maine: Little Sebago, loved by many, still offers a dose of tranquility

At the beginning of autumn, we are always looking for a popular summer place to visit after the tourist season is over. We recently enjoyed a four hour outing on Little Sebago in North Windham, touring the many islands in the middle part of the lake. As we left the public boat launch, we were […]

Nature through the lens at the Australian Museum

Over 100 photographs by 74 photographers are featured in the Australian Geographic Nature Photographer of the Year 2022 exhibition, on view FREE to the public at the Australian Museum from Saturday 17 September to Sunday 11 December 2022 Ashlee Jansen’s ‘Nature’s Prey’, a photograph of a humpback whale carcass and circling sharks on the ocean […]

Lindsays District XC Relays – clubs must enter names now for events in the west and north

Saturday, September 17, 2022 Photo by Bobby Gavin Dates and locations for 2022-23 The Lindsays Cross Country Season will be running soon! Our opening events are just a few weeks away, as the Lindsays District XC Relays take place at three venues (over two weekends) in early October. Clubs and team managers are advised to […]

Robin Sainty: The city is improving but still needs remedies

Published: 06:00 17 September 2022 After lying in bed with Covid for over a week, what kept me going was the thought of getting a negative test in time for Wednesday’s game, but when that didn’t happen, I was left at the tender mercy of Sky’s red button. The fact that it chose that night […]

Our favorite memories made over the summer – The Channels

Clockwise, Pedro Granados, Melissa Garcia and Maria Chaidez kissing in Cabo San Lucas on Saturday, July 16. Jenna McMahon and Avery Black share a laugh during a water balloon fight with their friends on Thursday, July 21 at La Brezza in Santa Barbara Calif. YG performs Wednesday, May 18 at Stanford. Yarrow Hogan takes a […]

Anne Hathaway channels her iconic character Devil Wears Prada during…

15 September 2022, 15:01 Anne Hathaway recreating Andy Sachs’ Devil Wears Prada look is the best thing you’ll see today. Photo: Getty/20th Century Fox Anne Hathaway recreating the outfit from her character Andy Sachs’ final scene in The Devil Wears Prada is the nostalgia shot we all needed! Did Anne Hathaway just give us The […]

The CORE building – The pioneer

After a few years of construction, a long quarantine, and several semesters later, the Pioneers have a new place to study on campus. Located where the Agora Stage once stood, the CORE building offers new study spaces for in-person and online collaboration, meditation spaces for mental well-being, and tutoring spaces for academic and professional development. […]

Engineering for the real world | VTX

Cultivating these teams requires behind-the-scenes work across the college, with individual students selecting IDC projects when signing up for their capstone course. Gray and his colleagues in the department’s synthesis faculty (of mechanical, electrical and computer, industrial and systems engineering, biomedical, mechanical and materials sciences) then accept students who meet the needs of specific teams […]

William Klein, who helped revolutionize photography, dies aged 96 | Photography

The American photographer William Klein, who stood out for his imagery of fashion and urban life, died in Paris at the age of 96, his son Pierre Klein announced in a press release on Monday. Klein, whose vivid depictions of the turmoil and violence of city life helped revolutionize photography, died “peacefully” on Saturday, the […]

NASCAR Cup Playoffs: Aren’t the best of the best supposed to be the ones who win?

Editor’s note: Updated race results, race ratings and driver standings follow this story. It was supposed to be the year of the next generation car and it was a celebrated year indeed. We have had a season of parity not seen in at least two decades, if not more. We’ve seen riders win races that […]

How to Create Personalized WhatsApp Sticker Maker Stickers

Want your own personalized WhatsApp sticker? Well, it turns out that you can create one yourself using WhatsApp Sticker Maker. This allows you to express yourself beyond the stock stickers and emojis on WhatsApp, allowing you to liven up your conversations with your family, best friend or co-workers. However, there is a catch. At the […]

Danger! fans go wild over first leaked photos of Mayim Bialik in full couture for Celebrity Jeopardy

MAYIM Bialik looks unrecognizable in full glam and couture for the first Celebrity Jeopardy! promotional photos, the spin-off revealed on Friday. Fans went wild over her makeover for her new official poster and a second leaked promotional photo. 5 Mayim Bialik debuted a full glam look for the official Celebrity Jeopardy poster!Credit: instagram/celebrityjeopardyabc 5 She […]

A creative director and an AI created this comic together

Filled with startlingly evocative color and monochrome panels, Summer Island is a tribute to decades of fantasy movies, TV series and comic books. But it also reflects the current state of the art and offers glimpses of what humans and machines can achieve together. The work draws palpable power from its deliberately derivative narrative. These […]

Principal kisses pig after students hit $35,000 goal – Orange County Register

McAuliffe Middle School principal Dr. Ryan Weiss-Wright hasn’t had a good few weeks. He was punched in the face with a pie, made to wear a dough boy costume for a day at school, and had to kiss a pig on the snout. But all the excitement was ultimately for his students. Students react after […]

Fujifilm X-H2 vs X-H2S – Direct Comparison

It’s probably fair to say that the original XH1 turned out to be one of Fujifilm’s least popular X-series cameras, but that hasn’t stopped Fujifilm from updating it twice for 2022, d first with the video-centric X-H2S and now also with the brand new X-H2. Yes, that’s right, Fuji chose to release not one but […]

Stocks Rise as US Yields Halt Rise; Falling Oil: Market Recap

This content was published on September 7, 2022 – 15:33 September 7, 2022 – 3:33 pm (Bloomberg) – Stocks soared as Treasury yields halted a surge that took them to multi-year highs, while an oil selloff eased worries about further price pressures that could jeopardize the Federal Reserve’s war on inflation. The S&P 500 rebounded […]

Obscenity lawsuit exposed outdated law and society too dependent on government to raise children

Last week, a court in Virginia Beach was asked to find two books depicting lewd sexual activity and ban their sale at a Barnes & Noble store to people under 18. The the court refusedlargely dodging the question of whether the content was legally obscene and instead deconstructing the state’s anachronistic 1950 obscenity law under […]

Russia revokes press license of major independent newspaper

MOSCOW – A Moscow court on Monday upheld a request by Russian authorities to revoke the license of a major independent newspaper that for years criticized the Kremlin, the latest move in a months-long crackdown on independent media, opposition activists and human rights groups. The ruling against Novaya Gazeta, Russia’s most renowned independent newspaper, comes […]

Galaxy Z Fold4, Z Flip4 and Watch5 series latest features are coming to previous generations – Samsung Global Newsroom

From expanded customization options to intuitive multitasking and productivity features, the latest update will allow even more users to improve the way they interact with everyday life. Committed to creating mobile innovations that not only exceed expectations of what’s possible, but bring those innovations to as many people as possible, Samsung is expanding the latest […]

Brendan Rodgers enters survival mode at Leicester to set 40-point target | Leicester City

Brendan Rodgers has warned Leicester need to alter their expectations after a dreadful start to the season and painted a grim picture by admitting their players need to go into survival mode to reach 40 points and avoid relegation. Rodgers’ side finished eighth last season and reached the semi-finals of the Europa Conference League, a […]

Football: Coal City v Bishop McNamara | Preparatory and youth sports

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A Vegan Tikkā Recipe From A Chicagoland Doctor With An Indian Cookbook

Many people picked up hobbies while stuck indoors for the first year or so of the pandemic. Sheil Shukla didn’t hang around the house – he’s a doctor – and his hobby led to a published cookbook, with recipes developed, written and photographed by him. “Part of it was a creative outlet during the pandemic,” […]

“Leaders can be the meanest”

A career coach has started a discussion on TikTok about some of the most horrible, inappropriate and rude things bosses have said to workers. From perfect polo shirts to comfortable pants, stock up on Katrina is the founder of Coach2Elevate and a senior manager of sales and client training and development. She’s worked her way […]

Art Industry News: 10 Women Accuse Berlin Art Dealer Johann König of Sexual Misconduct in Explosive Investigation + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know this Thursday, September 1. NEED TO READ Former Orlando Museum Trustees Speak Out – Former directors of the Orlando Museum of Art say they were kept in the dark […]