Monthly Archives: December 2021

Sadler’s Wells conductor knighted for service to dance

Sadler’s Wells boss Alistair Spalding has said he is sharing his knight with his “wonderful team”. he artistic director and CEO of the London Theater has been awarded the New Year Honors for service to dance. He said: “It is a great honor that the work of Sadler’s Wells is recognized in this way. “It has presented and invested in ...

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Britons with homes in the EU are now allowed to transit through France

The French Home Office has announced that UK citizens residing in the European Union who wish to return to their homes in other EU countries “by the end of the year” will be allowed to do it. The move comes after the recent rule by French authorities prohibiting Britons from transit to their homes in EU countries sparked controversy and ...

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10 anime Shojo for those who don’t like Shojo anime

There is always something new to discover and enjoy when it comes to anime. There is a level of freedom that allows the anime to explore types of stories that would be impossible in other mediums and there is many unique genres that meet specific interests and demographics. RELATED: 5 harsh realities of being a Shojo protagonist (& 5 perks) ...

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French colonial houses will be demolished this week

Thirteen dilapidated 90-year-old apartments located in Phsar Chhnang Village, Phsar Chhnang Township, Kampong Chhnang Town, will be demolished this week after all the owners have decided to move at the request of the provincial authorities. Kampong Chhnang City Governor Hing Phorb Minea said on Wednesday that fences had been built around the buildings to avoid the risk of collapse that ...

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Sudanese forces seal Khartoum ahead of new anti-coup rally

Published on: 12/30/2021 – 10:32 Khartoum (AFP) – Sudanese security forces deployed on the streets of Khartoum on Thursday, isolating the capital from its suburbs and cutting off the mobile internet as opponents of the military government prepared to stage further protests. Pro-democracy activists continued a campaign of street protests against the army’s October 25 coup despite a crackdown that ...

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Britons with homes in the EU said they couldn’t cross France to get there | Coronavirus

Eurotunnel is warning British citizens living in the EU that they cannot cross France by car from the UK due to new coronavirus restrictions imposed by the French government. Getlink, the operator of the Channel rail link, posted an urgent warning on its website and Twitter page on Wednesday evening, which appeared to confirm that the French government had changed ...

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Year in review 2021: new restaurant openings

The year 2021 has been full of twists and turns, making us all the more ready to say goodbye to him. But Beijing wasn’t too bad a place to spend the year, so in 2021 Year in Review we take a look back at the best and worst times in the capital from that year. After 2020 resulted in forced ...

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Russian FM: Security talks with US to start after the holidays | Ap

Russia: security talks with US to start after holidays MOSCOW – Talks between Russia and the United States on Moscow’s demand for Western guarantees preventing NATO expansion in Ukraine will begin immediately after the New Year’s holiday period, Russia’s top diplomat said on Monday. “It is with the United States that we will conduct most of the negotiations, which will ...

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No new community case in WA from French backpacker as business lobby calls for better compensation scheme for New Years Eve cancellations

Mr Rodwell said many businesses involved in the events business were small or family-run, meaning there was a risk that people would lose their homes if their operations went under administration. Opposition small business spokesman Steve Thomas echoed calls from the chamber and said the Western Australian government should dip into its surplus to help. “In an era of massive ...

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A BIPOC tarot deck to navigate difficult times

El Sumo Sacerdote (The Hierophant) card from Nomadic Press’s new tarot deck (all images courtesy of Nomadic Press, unless otherwise noted) OAKLAND, CA – Tarot in Pandemic and Revolution, a unique collaboration of art and poetry, just released by Nomadic Press, a nonprofit community organization in Oakland and Brooklyn that advances the work of intentionally marginalized voices. Inspired by a ...

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