Golden age

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Decades ago, during the “golden age” of radio, when people gathered around their sets to listen to sporting events – just as they do now with television – a national radio network came into being. interviewed a well-known jockey. He was supposed to ride the favorite horse in a big race, but the jockey was injured. The broadcast crew gathered ...

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Designer of the day: Richard Brendon – SURFACE

Here we ask designers to take a selfie and give us a glimpse into their lives. Age: 34 Occupation: Designer and founder of Richard brendon. Instagram: @richardbrendonstudio Hometown: London. Workshop location: London. Describe what you do: Tableware using traditional artisan methods but with contemporary shapes and designs. The most important thing you have ever designed: My first collection, Reflect. If ...

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Friends and colleagues remember Professor Jules Chametzky from UMass

AMHERST – He was, by all accounts, a leading literary scholar, writer and publisher, an expert on American Jewish and ethnic literatures. He was also one of the founders of The Massachusetts Review, the Five College literary journal which recently won the Whiting Literary Magazine Prize 2021, a $ 60,000 prize for “finely written and imaginative stories from around the ...

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Farewell, Liberty Ballers – Liberty Ballers

Hello readers. It’s me, Kevin. And I’m here to make the bittersweet announcement that my time at Liberty Ballers is coming to an end. I’ve struggled to find the motivation to write about basketball, and with so many recent changes to the site, now is a really good time to go. Many thanks to Seth Pollack, who gave me this ...

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DC Stargirl: ‘Summer School: Chapter Nine’ pics released

The CW posted photos for “Summer School: Chapter Nine,” the ninth episode of DC Stargirlis the second season. The episode will air on Tuesday, October 5. The next episode will see John Wesley Shipp guest star as Jay Garrick, the embodiment of The Flash’s golden age and a member of the original Justice Society of America. We’ve seen most of ...

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Metropolis hero just joined DC’s most dangerous group

As battle lines form between Checkmate and Leviathan, a longtime superhero decides to side with Leviathan as the conflict escalates. Warning: The following article contains spoilers from Checkmate # 4, on sale now from DC Comics. Heroes of the DC Universe were deeply shaken when Mark Shaw – who previously held the superhero mantle of Manhunter – apparently went bankrupt ...

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The path to Wall Street is paved with patents for biotech companies

It wouldn’t be a stretch to think of the past year as the golden age of initial public offerings (IPOs) for Israeli startups and tech companies. The biggest deals over the past year include Kaltura, monday.com, WalkMe, Global-e, Playtika, SimilarWeb, SentinelOne, Taboola, ironSource and Payoneer. Together they have raised over $ 2 billion and are traded with combined market caps ...

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With New World and Final Fantasy XIV, MMOs are back, like it or not

People have spoken and they want more MMORPGs. Amazon games The New World of Amazon Games is launched today. Not only is it the tech giant’s first video game, but it’s one of the most prominent entries in the massively multiplayer online RPG genre for a long time. The last time a brand new MMORPG had this kind of anticipation? ...

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F1 Heroes celebrated in new photo book

Stefano Domenicali, CEO of Formula 1, wrote the introduction of a new photo book “F1 Heroes” which celebrates the great drivers of 70 years of sports history, from Juan Manuel Fangio to Lewis Hamilton. The images are the work of famous Motorsport Images photographers, mainly Rainer Schlegelmilch, Ercole Colombo, Michael and Steven Tee as well as Mark Sutton. “I think ...

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Why Many Newark Saints Will Look More Like Goodfellas Than Sopranos

The Many Saints of Newark may be a prequel to The Sopranos, but its setting and feature-length format makes it look more like Goodfellas – tweaking a key theme. that of David Chase The Many Saints of Newark is a prequel to The Sopranos, but the change of scenery will make the feature film much more similar in tone to ...

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