#Conflicting Emotions

New illy art collection signed by Mona Hatoum launched by illycaffè

Illycaffè presents the new illy Art Collection and, for the first time, matching decorated cans signed by Mona Hatoum. illycaffè presents the new illy Art Collection and, for the first time, matching decorated cans signed by Mona Hatoum. With an artistic background spanning four decades, visual artist Mona Hatoum is...
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Dispatches from the Dark: Neville Lott's Clearing

This article originally appeared in Jump Point 8.9. It’s dusk when the small group I’m hiking with enters a clearing. Our tour leader, who asked to be identified only as Ronove, stops and announces we’ve arrived. I set down my backpack, exhausted yet exhilarated, and soak in the view. I’ve promised to keep the coordinates and route secret, but I can say we’re deep within Vastac’s Tecuya Mountains with an incredible view of the sun setting over a riparian canyon. A sense of peace and tranquility washes over me before being replaced by the thought that my blood-curdling screams could echo through the canyon and no one would ever hear. Makes sense why Neville Lott chose this spot for his grisly deeds.
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Teatro Grattacielo 2021 Review: ‘Cristoforo Colombo’

Teatro Grattacielo Makes Compelling Case for Rare Franchetti Opera. On October 16, 2021, Teatro Grattacielo presented a concert of highlights from Alberto Franchetti’s opera “Cristoforo Colombo.”. Originally commissioned by the city of Genoa, Columbus’ birthplace, it premiered in 1892 to mark the 400th anniversary of his voyage to America. Well-received...
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TENNIS: Dragons win section singles, doubles titles

Litchfield claimed two more section tennis titles Tuesday, this time in the individual tournament at Rogers Tennis Center. The Dragons’ Ryanna Steinhaus won the Section 6A singles championship with a hard-fought 7-6, 3-6, 7-5 victory over Mara VanNyhuis of Osakis in the finals. Meanwhile, Litchfield’s doubles team of Britney Prahl...

The Lost Daughter Trailer Revealed by Netflix

Netflix has released the official The Lost Daughter trailer and key art, which preview the feature directorial debut of Academy Award-nominated actor Maggie Gyllenhaal. You can watch The Lost Daughter trailer using the player below and you’ll find the new poster underneath. Gyllenhaal adapted the script based on the 2006...

Hollywood Crew Members Express Conflicting Emotions About Tentative New Contract

LAist relies on your reader support, not paywalls. Freely accessible local news is vital. Please power our reporters and help keep us independent with a donation today. Before the news came down that International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees had reached a tentative deal with the Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers on Saturday, many workers didn't know if they'd be reporting to work or to the picket lines on Monday.

Manny Diaz shares message to Miami after loss to UNC

Miami head coach Manny Diaz had a heartfelt message to his team after a 45-42 loss to North Carolina Saturday night. The game ended on an interception as Miami was in the red zone, set up for a potential game tying or winning score. The loss dropped the Hurricanes to 2-4 on the season while the Tar Heels got back on track. After an 8-3 season in 2020, Miami was expected to be a dark horse candidate in the ACC but it’s only been the opposite.

Newcastle 2-3 Tottenham: New era at St James' Park begins with loss

Newcastle manager Steve Bruce said he will "carry on as best I can" after the club's new era under its Saudi Arabian owners got off to a losing start at home to Tottenham. Watched by new non-executive chair Yasir Al-Rumayyan and part-owner Amanda Staveley, Newcastle led after two minutes as Callum Wilson returned from injury to head in.
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Dan De Leon: Individuals, community need to heal spiritually from trauma

R.E.M. had a 1992 hit song that still resonates called “Everybody Hurts.” Vocalist Michael Stipes sings “Everybody hurts sometimes.” Much like revisiting familiar Bible verses can offer fresh insights, hearing “Everybody Hurts” nearly twenty years later has me thinking about it in new ways. It can mean that each individual experiences pain at some point in their life, or it can mean that sometimes everyone — the whole community — hurts. Everybody collectively hurts sometimes. Or at least we should.
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Review: Kate Bowler's latest memoir 'No Cure for Being Human' is incurably wise

NO CURE FOR BEING HUMAN. By Kate Bowler. Random House. 202 pages. $27. I was first introduced to Kate Bowler at a Duke Women’s Weekend event in February 2019 — at one of those programs typically geared for successful CEOs and alums of influence the university is courting for fundraising. Giving a religion professor the keynote slot seemed an odd choice. Their particular intellectual and theological brilliance wasn’t everyone’s cup of tea, and rarely roused standing ovations.