Day: December 6, 2018

Daniel Day Lewis just schooled you on how to be a Hoxton Hipster – British GQ

You’d be forgiven for thinking that Daniel Day-Lewis has been making regular trips to East London’s Hipster coffee mecca Shoreditch Grind in his retirement. Stepping out in New York yesterday he wore what could only be described as something you’d find pinned up in hipster haunt The Goodhood Store. And what was so great about […]

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In These Plays About Couples, Hell Is Other People – The New York Times

LONDON — The underworld comes with melodic invention to spare, at least if the Broadway-bound musical “Hadestown,” stopping in at the National Theater here through Jan. 26, is any gauge. Anaïs Mitchell’s folk opera catches the ear from the first notes and leaves you eager for a second or third listen, even when the lyrics […]

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Fashion Santa shares style wish list – Boston Herald

Paul Mason, the man famously known as Fashion Santa, came to town, as he kicked off The Ritz-Carlton Fashion Santa Tour with an invitation-only party at the hotel’s Avery Bar last night. Mason — whose charitable tour continues over the next week with stops in his hometown of Toronto, Washington, D.C., and Miami — schmoozed […]

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Pinoy science docus reap awards in 3rd Indie-Siyensya film contest – Rappler

PRESS RELEASE: 7 films earn the nod of judges and selected viewers in the 3rd Indie-Siyensya Filmmaking Competition Published 5:29 PM, December 06, 2018 Updated 5:29 PM, December 06, 2018 This is a press release from the Department of Science and Technology – Science Education Insitute. From 300 film concept proposals to 45 film entries, […]

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The best street style from the 2018 Global Citizen Festival – Vogue Australia

Image credits: Trevor Stuurman This year’s Global Citizen Festival: Mandela 100 boasted a stellar line-up. Held at Johannesburg’s FNB Stadium, the largest venue in South Africa, it featured performances by Beyoncé, Jay-Z, Ed Sheeran, Usher, Pharrell Williams and Chris Martin. Joining them were homegrown talents – South African rapper Sho Madjozi, Nigerian singer Tiwa Savage […]

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Indie hit 'Gone Home' is coming to iOS December 11th – Engadget

Gone Home, one of the most acclaimed indie games of the last few years, is making its way to iOS. Just a few months after hitting Nintendo Switch, it will be available on iPhone and iPad December 11th for $4.99. It’s yet another platform on which you’ll find the narrative-focused game, which was originally released […]

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The Home Front: Officials Vow To Protect A Rare Albino Deer – Patch.com

ACROSS COLORADO – By The Colorado Independent. “A proposed deer harvesting program within Cañon City and adjacent areas of Fremont County would help with the deer overpopulation in the area, but it also would protect the rare albino deer living in the heart of the city,” reports The Cañon City Daily Record. “The Cañon City […]

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Man Utd 2-2 Arsenal: Jesse Lingard equaliser secures point for Red Devils – BBC Sport

Jesse Lingard’s goal was his first for his club this season Manchester United showed “big heart and soul” to twice come from behind to earn a draw against Arsenal, said manager Jose Mourinho. Mourinho dropped high-profile duo Paul Pogba and Romelu Lukaku after recent disappointing performances which have brought only three points from the past […]

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Sweet Country deserves its Aactas but Australia's stellar indie films lose out again – The Guardian

This year’s Australian film and TV awards, the Aactas, took place before a backdrop of controversy: at the weekend the Australian revealed that the academy’s board last year sent a “grovelling apology” to its former president Geoffrey Rush, begging him to return to the position “under any terms you may like to propose”. The veteran […]

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