French Revolution

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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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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Camilla reveals her favorite childhood book still makes her cry

The Duchess of Cornwall said Black Beauty was her favorite book during her ‘pony-mad’ youth and that always makes her emotional as she stressed the importance of reading to children. Camilla revealed that her father, Major Bruce Shand, often told her and her siblings stories during their younger years, when she “thought of nothing else” than horses. . She named ...

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Was Jesus on the left or on the right? – POLITICS

Press play to listen to this article How did Jesus associate with the right? He was a son of refugees who stood up for the poor and urged his followers not to throw the first stone. But when it comes to the ballot box, Jesus has become the political property of die-hard conservatives and anti-migration populists less inclined to turn ...

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What time will Emily in Paris season 2 be on Netflix?

Hello comrade Emilie in Paris Fans! Or should I say “hello?” “ In December, Netflix is ​​giving us all the gift of a second season with beloved American influencer and marketing queen Emily Cooper (Lily Collins). We first met Miss Cooper when Emilie in Paris premiered on Netflix last year. The character and the series quickly became a major hit ...

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Talk to a prehistoric man who lived 10,000 years ago at the Pavilion of Serbia

A resident of Lepinski Vir, the man was believed to be a highly respected member of his community. Image Credit: Provided What did our ancestors look like in the Stone Age? Studies indicate that Homo Sapiens were heavier, bigger and taller when they first appeared, according to exhibition director Fran Dorey at the Australian Museum. You can see it for ...

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Delicious film review: French cinema is a feast for the eyes

Don’t forget to have a hearty meal before you sit down for this movie. Otherwise, the feeling of hunger will strike you within minutes. It starts with the pastry dough – hands knead the flour, egg and butter until it metamorphoses into a malleable, sticky dough, molded and filled with carefully cut potato and truffle slices. When baked, it glows ...

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Nostradamus’ predictions for 2021 have come true

Off-side We always want to know what’s going to happen in the future. Can some foresee it? According to the internet, Nostradamus was quite specific. Let’s see which of his predictions for 2021 came true. Through Nathalie Lobo December 12, 2021 11:57 PM EDT December 12, 2021 11:57 PM EDT © Getty ImagesNostradamus The French philosopher Michel de Nôtre-Dame, better ...

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France’s pro-Nazi Vichy regime still has supporters

JW The initial post-war period was marked by various arguments that built the role of resistance. The textbooks spoke of the fact that the French were resistance fighters rather than collaborators. An argument developed that Vichy played the role of a shield while De Gaulle and the resistance played the role of the sword: in other words, there was a ...

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Music Of The Baroque announces winter / spring 2022 concerts

Music of the Baroque continues its 2021-2022 season with five glorious February-May 2022 concert programs: February 18-20“Le Chevalier”, written and directed by Bill Barclay with original music by Joseph Bologne and others; featuring baroque music conducted by Dame Jane Glover – Premiere in Chicago; presented in partnership with the Chicago Symphony Orchestra Association (CSOA), the North Shore Center for the ...

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