Golden age

Hollywood musical star Jane Powell has died at 92

LOS ANGELES – Jane Powell, the bright-eyed, opera-voiced star of the Golden Age of Hollywood musicals who sang with Howard Keel in “Seven Brides for Seven Brothers” and danced with Fred Astaire in “Royal Wedding”, passed away. She was 92 years old. Powell died Thursday at her home in Wilton, Connecticut, said longtime friend Susan Granger. Granger said Powell died ...

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Who needs expatriates? | The Economist

September 18, 2021 MeF Chairman and CEO Are the monarchs of the business world, and the executives of the highly paid staff they place to oversee global operations from headquarters are their ambassadors. In the golden age of globalization, sending expatriate Western executives to distant emerging markets showed that the place was taken seriously. The model started to feel stale ...

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Netflix’s “Maya and the Three” North American Premiere at Guadalajara Film Festival

The Guadalajara Film Festival (FICG) will close the rescheduled October in-person festival with the first two episodes of Netflix’s animated event series “Maya and the Three” from Emmy-winning director Jorge Gutierrez ( “The Book of Life”, “El Tigré”). “To have ‘Maya’ previewed at my beloved FICG in Mexico’s animation capital is a dream come true!” Gutierrez said Variety after the ...

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Hoffman / Warburton Governor / Lieutenant Governor Statement on Income Inequality in New Jersey

Many have to count on an increase in income from the rudimentary social safety net even after working full time. New Jersey has the tenth worst income inequality in the nation, and inequality (measured by the GINI coefficient) actually increased during Murphy’s reign. – Statement by Governor / Lieutenant Governor Hoffman / Warburton on Income Inequality in New Jersey FOR ...

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Orillia Concert Association unveils plan for virtual / live performances

With the potential for continued restrictions on audience capacity, this year’s first two concerts will be virtual but exclusive to Orillia Concert Association subscribers. PRESS RELEASEORILLIA CONCERTS ASSOCIATION*************************As we come to the end of summer, our thoughts turn to fall activities and a new season of wonderful concerts. While COVID is still with us, it looks like more activities will ...

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Bradley Cooper: Oscar nominations for his 2 roles in 2021?

Bradley Cooper quickly racked up eight Oscar nominations in just seven years, but he’s yet to win. However, this year he has two chances of winning acting awards: Best Actor for Guillermo Del Toro“Nightmare Alley” and best actor in a supporting role for a still untitled film Paul thomas anderson movie. These happen to be our top two Oscar nominees ...

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What would Bitcoin institutions look like

“Without common ideas, there is no common action, and without common action there are still men, but not a social body. Thus, for there to be a society, and all the more so for this society to prosper, all the citizens’ minds must always be united and held together by a few ideas of principle. Alexis de Tocqueville, “Democracy in ...

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Oregon Travel Agency: “The Golden Age of Travel Is Coming”

PORTLAND, Ore. (KOIN) – A local travel agency is working to boost tourism in Oregon and help its clients experience adventures all over the world, even as they face the challenges the pandemic has brought imposed on world travel. Modern Adventure CEO Luis Vargas has said he expects a big comeback in the industry in the future, despite the immediate ...

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Ford delays return to office, weighs vaccine warrant

By Joseph Blanc DETROIT, Aug. 25 (Reuters) – Ford Motor Co will delay the return of most workers to its offices until January and is still considering whether to force employees to be vaccinated against the coronavirus, told Reuters the director of human resources of the company. Ford joins a growing number of large employers delaying plans to reopen their ...

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