Utopia

Inside Swansea’s new cocktail bar which opened just off Wind Street as a ‘social media hot spot’

A new “with a difference” cocktail bar has opened just off Wind Street in Swansea. The Utopia Cocktail Bar is a “unique experience” place that favors the customer experience alongside its inventive and classic cocktails. With the venue featuring large neon lights, a bar counter, and large artificial trees ‘growing’ out of the bar, the space has been specially designed ...

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The epitome of heavy beer consumption

While many beer drinkers rejoice at the perfectly poured draft, this brewed beverage is only part of the beer conversation. As Samuel Adams Utopias 2021 has started to be savored by connoisseurs, “extreme beer” is more than a high ABV drink available in limited quantities. It’s an invitation to discover perfection one sip at a time. For many beer drinkers, ...

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How human wars are inhuman

Samuel Moyn, Humane: how the United States abandoned peace and reinvented war (New York, NY: Farrar, Straus and Giroux). 416 p. $ 30.00. IT IS an old military cliché that at some point generals are always ready to fight and win the most recent of their country’s past wars. But it’s a shock when, in his new book, Humane: how ...

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First Look at the Reopening of DAVID BYRNE’S AMERICAN UTOPIA on Broadway This Sunday

David Byrne’s American Utopia will reopen on Broadway this Sunday, October 17 at the St. James Theater (246 West 44th Street). Check out the new production photos below! To mark the reopening of American Utopia, the production made monetary donations to Oil Change International, Hungry For Music and Movement for Family Power. The group thanks the production team for their ...

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Monadnock Ledger-Transcript – Hancock author publishes his latest book “Chasing Eden”

Howard Mansfield is in many ways a knowledge seeker. Through his writings, the author of Hancock “sifts through the mundane and oblivion to discover stories that speak to us about ourselves and our place in the world.” In Mansfield’s latest book, “Chasing Eden: A Book of Seekers,” he focuses on three topics that many in the country’s history have pursued ...

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“Y: The Last Man” Recap: Marrisville and Beth Return

We are seven episodes in the first season of Y: The last man, and so far, it’s been fascinating to see which storylines from the comics have been selected for adaptation given the scale of the overall story changes in this reimagining. Last week’s episode, titled “Weird Al Is Dead,” found a way to recreate the vigil for extinct men ...

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The 10 best shows to see on Broadway right now

After some 18 months of grim uncertainty, Broadway is – right now – essentially back, with many shows that were shut down by the pandemic now previewing or fully open. (You don’t have to be a Bad fan for footage from the first few minutes of its opening night to put you in the mist.) Planning your own return to ...

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Attention and optimism | eKathimerini.com

Do places change following major disasters? And how do residents put the pieces back together and find the strength to move forward, to start their lives over from the beginning? “The people are in front of us,” says Stavros Benos, the topographic engineer and former politician who was commissioned by the government to develop a plan for the economic regeneration ...

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