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‘Alice in Neverland,’ Musical About Iconic Fantasy Characters Meeting, in Development (EXCLUSIVE)

A new musical will serve as both a sequel to one of the greatest children’s stories of all time, as well as a prequel to another iconic fantasy adventure. “Alice in Neverland” brings together two beloved characters, the title character from Lewis Carrol’s “Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland” and the boy who never grew up at […]
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Amazon Launches Black Business Accelerator Program

Amazon just announced that it’s launching a $150 million Black Business Accelerator program for third-party sellers on the site. Almost all third-party sellers on Amazon are small to medium-sized businesses. Third-party sellers represent nearly 60% of product sales on Amazon, and they enjoyed record sales growth in 2020. Amazon wants more Black-owned businesses to enjoy that success. Amazon Launches Black Business Accelerator Program Amazon’s new Black Business Accelerator provides access to ...
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More Rumors About Who's Returning for Star Wars TV (and Who Isn't)

Get a glimpse of Rachel Zegler’s mysterious new Shazam character. Todd McFarlane has moved on from pitching Spawn to pitching Spawn spinoffs. Plus, what’s to come on The Flash and Batwoman, and get a look at Disney+’s new Monsters Inc show. Spoilers get!Read more...
Tags: Star Wars, Science, Jimmy Kimmel, Kung Fu, Fiction, Disney, Liam Neeson, Batwoman, Darth Vader, Sam, Ben Mendelsohn, Twitch, Alice, Jr, Chavez, Obi Wan Kenobi

ALICE Launches New eBook as Resource to Hotels with Lean Staff

ALICE, the hospitality industry’s leading operations technology company, has launched a new eBook for hoteliers: The A Team: A look at how ALICE’s Success Team Advocates, Accelerates, Augments, and Amplifies with Amazing Advice and Acumen.
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Dadar Parsi Colony: Cherishing the Bombay that was

Inflatable pools, barbecues, open backyards…this is how architect Rooshad Shroff recalls the better part of his childhood spent with his parents in the Dadar Parsi colony. With the endless lockdowns, he realises how deeply he misses this oasis of bliss in the heart of Mumbai. “I certainly took the greenery for granted. You simply can’t beat it. There are almost fifteen beautiful gardens organically woven into the layout of the colony,” says Shroff. Article by Arman Khan |
Tags: Life, India, History, Unesco, Heritage, Mumbai, Alice, Bombay, Parsi, Bandra, Alberta Park, Dadar Parsi Colony, Shroff, Rustom Tirandaz, Five Gardens, Mancherji Edulji Joshi

Secret planning exercise in 2016 modelled impact of Mers outbreak in UK

Expert says Exercise Alice, one of 10 exercises disclosed under FoI, could have been relevant to Covid responseCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageThe government ran an exercise modelling the impact of a coronavirus outbreak four years before the Covid-19 outbreak but tried to keep it secret, the Guardian has learned.The previously unpublicised Exercise Alice took place in 2016 involving officials from Public Health England (PHE) and the Department of Health and Social Ca...
Tags: Health, Politics, UK, Society, UK News, Middle East, Health policy, Alice, Public Health England PHE, Department of Health and Social Care DHSC, Coronavirus

How ‘In the Heights’ Director Jon M. Chu Made the Movie Musical Event of the Summer [Interview]

The only thing more energetic than the new musical In the Heights is the man who directed it. Jon M. Chu has made a career out of creating high energy movies like Step Up 2: The Streets, G.I. Joe: Retaliation, and Crazy Rich Asians, but his particular skill set feels so perfectly in line with this latest project. His film adaptation of the Tony Award-winning musical about the hopes and dreams of the denizens of Washington Heights in New York City is a big movie: big on romance, big on drama, bi...
Tags: New York, Movies, Interviews, China, New York City, Features, Musical, St Louis, Warner Brothers, Alice, Chris, Bay, Washington Heights, Vanessa, Chu, Olga

Cannes’ Directors’ Fortnight Unveils 2021 Lineup – ‘The Souvenir Part II,’ ‘Ali & Ava,’ ‘A Cambria,’ ‘Neptune Frost,’ ‘Futura’ Among Selections

After canceling its last edition due to the pandemic, Directors’ Fortnight, a section running alongside the Cannes Film Festival, will be back with a stylish and eclectic international lineup, including Joanna Hogg’s highly anticipated “The Souvenir Part II,” Clio Barnard’s “Ali & Ava,” Jonas Carpignano’s “A Chiara,” Saul Williams and Anisia Uzeyman’s Rwanda-set sci-fi film “Neptune Frost,” and Alice […]
Tags: News, Global, Cannes film festival, Cannes, Ali, Alice, Directors Fortnight, Rwanda, Ava, Joanna Hogg, Anisia Uzeyman, Neptune Frost, Ali Ava Jonas Carpignano, Chiara Saul Williams

New to Stream: OVID’s June 2021 Movie Lineup, the curated streaming destination for documentaries and art-house films, has announced its June streaming lineup! This month’s slate includes Carlos Reygadas’ Venice Golden Lion Nominee Our Time, six films by Chilean director Dominga Sotomayor, the exclusive streaming premiere of Dieudo Hamadi’s Downstream to Kinshasha, and three films by OVID’s new content partner Sentient Art Film. RELATED: AMC+ June 2021 Lineup Includes Kevin Can F**k Himself Premiere Highlights include: June 4: S...
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‘Alice the rat was so special’: readers on their brilliant, beloved pet tattoos

During the pandemic, every pet became an emotional support animal – and many people decided they wanted to commemorate them indelibly and incredibly Alice was a double rex rat we adopted from the local RSPCA. She was such a special girl and we had a great bond, so she was the natural choice for my first tattoo. Sadly, Alice died earlier this year, so I’m getting a second tattoo in tribute in a couple of weeks, on the spot where she loved to sit. Sarah, student, Greater Manchester Continue readin...
Tags: Family, Fashion, Cats, Dogs, Animals, Pets, Life and style, Tattoos, Sarah, Alice, Greater Manchester Continue

Showtime’s The L Word: Generation Q Season 2 Teaser Sets Return Date

Showtime has released the first teaser trailer for the upcoming second season of The L Word: Generation Q, which is scheduled to make its return on Friday,  August 6. The video provides us a preview of what to expect in the new season, teasing the aftermath of last season’s finale where Bette Porter lost the Mayor’s Election and Sophie cheated on Dani with Finley. It also teases a potential new relationship for Bette. RELATED: HBO Max Celebrates Pride 2021 With LGBTQIA+ Spotlight Page Set over ...
Tags: Video, Hbo, TV, Movies, Drama, Showtime, TV News, Joseph Gordon Levitt, Alice, Sophie, Dani, Finley, ComingSoon, Bette Porter, Leisha Hailey, The L Word: Generation Q

Comment on rigatoni with eggplant purée by Alice

In reply to Khymi. Yes, it freezes excellently! Probably good for about 6 months or so–ours didn’t stay in the freezer that long. Since I freeze grill-charred eggplant and roasted tomatoes separately in the summer, I’ve also found that combining these items works pretty well also. Personally, I much prefer the basil version to mint. More garlic sounds good too.
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Intelligent NFT Created Linked to a Machine-Learning Chatbot

Decrypt reports on the world's first "intelligent NFT" (or iNFT), being auctioned off in June as part of a collection of digital artworks at Sotheby's. Her name is Alice: The brainchild of artist Ben Gentilli's Robert Alice studio and software developers Alethea AI, Alice is a non-fungible token (NFT), a blockchain-based token that can be used to prove ownership of a digital or physical asset. In this case, the asset in question is a machine-learning bot that uses a generative language model b...
Tags: Tech, Alice, NFT, Sotheby, GPT, Alethea, Ben Gentilli, Robert Alice, Gentilli, Alethea CEO Arif Khan

‘You’ Star Victoria Pedretti Tapped to Play Alice Sebold in ‘Lucky,’ Based on the Author’s Memoir (EXCLUSIVE)

Victoria Pedretti, who stars as Love Quinn on Netflix’s “You,” has been tapped to play “The Lovely Bones” author Alice Sebold in the film adaptation of her 1999 memoir, “Lucky.” “Lucky” focuses on the 18-year-old Alice, then a burgeoning writer in her freshman year at Syracuse University. After being viciously beaten and raped by a […]
Tags: News, Netflix, Alice, Syracuse University, You, Alice Sebold, Victoria Pedretti, Love Quinn

Warren Buffett called inflation a 'gigantic corporate tapeworm.' Here's the investor's classic warning about rising prices.

Warren Buffett REUTERS/Rebecca Cook Warren Buffett said costs were rising fast during Berkshire Hathaway's recent meeting.Buffett has called inflation a "gigantic corporate tapeworm" for investors and businesses.Asset-light companies that can raise prices and scale easily often weather inflation best.See more stories on Insider's business page.Warren Buffett said he was seeing "very substantial inflation" and homebuilding costs were "just up, up, up" at Berkshire Hathaway's r...
Tags: Trends, Berkshire Hathaway, Warren Buffett, Coca Cola, Berkshire, Alice, Buffett, Berkshire CEO, Theron Mohamed, Rebecca Cook Warren Buffett

Rebel girl: the fierce fashion renaissance of Alice in Wonderland

From Disney’s blond teenager to Tim Burton’s surreal reimagining and an all-black Pirelli calendar, Lewis Carroll’s character has had many lives and looks. A new V&A exhibition charts them allA blue dress trimmed with white, plus long hair swept back from the forehead by a ribbon, always means Alice. When Gwen Stefani wears a black satin headband and a blue-sky corset edged with snowy lace in the video for What You Waiting For, she is Alice. No surname required. When the supermodel Natalia Vodia...
Tags: Books, Fashion, Film, Tim Burton, Disney, Life and style, Culture, Vogue, Gwen Stefani, Children and teenagers, Lewis Carroll, Alice, Natalia Vodianova, Balenciaga, Alice Alice, Fortuny

Masque Milano Lost Alice

Perfume PosseMasque Milano Lost Alice Masque Milano Lost Alice, created by Mackenzie Reilly, is a 2021 gourmand launch in the Opera collection.  Let’s use the company’s copy here because, well, it is perfect.. IV – I LOST ALICE A frabjous olfactory journey into too much… Continue Reading → Perfume PosseMasque Milano Lost Alice
Tags: Beauty, Alice, Perfume Reviews, Mackenzie Reilly, Alice Masque Milano Lost Alice

What it was like at Silverado Showdown, Orange County’s first large-scale concert since COVID-19 shutdown

Live music is back, and while most attendees at the inaugural Silverado Showdown seemed thrilled to be out at a festival that offered a comfortable vibe on a cool overcast day, some people were still figuring out how to behave in crowds again. When the gates opened at noon for the rockabilly and punk rock fest at Oak Canyon Park in Silverado on Saturday, there was some initial hesitation and awkwardness among concertgoers. Signs asked people to wash hands and social distance, but that left some ...
Tags: Music, California, Cdc, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Music Festivals, Coachella, Alice, Jesse Gonzalez, Southern California, Concerts, Kevin O Leary, Silverado, Jesse Dayton, Orange County Sheriffs

What the Hell Is Batwoman Doing to Kate Kane?

When Ruby Rose announced she was leaving Batwoman last May, the show had a problem—several problems, in fact. Rose was of course the star and lead of the series, but every single part of the series was built solely around Kate Kane, so the CW’s writers needed to figure out what to do with the character. So far, the…Read more...
Tags: Comics, Science, Batwoman, Enigma, Bruce Wayne, Cw, Wallis, Alice, Ruby Rose, Rose, Wilder, Leslie, Fictional Characters, Black Mask, Rachel Skarsten, Wallis Day

Festival Pass: 3 festivals announce lineups; more Hollywood Bowl news

Festival Pass is a newsletter that lands in your inbox weekly. But during prime festival season you get bonus editions, too! Subscribe now. With the flood of new festival and concert announcements, it’s wild to think that it’s been two years since we had a summer concert season. This week alone we got more details on the Hollywood Bowl’s summer concert series; found out about a new reggae/rock festival in Orange County; saw slight lineup changes for this year’s Ohana; and learned the full lineu...
Tags: California, Los Angeles, Sport, Things To Do, Soccer, Music Festivals, Coachella, Orange County, Alice, Southern California, San Bernardino, Supremes, Kelly, Hollywood Bowl, LA Phil, Rock Roll Hall of Fame

9 Now Ideas for DIY Plant Holders

We are really trying to spruce up our backyard this year so plants indoor and outdoor are definitely on the mind. I got my first indoor plant a few months ago and good news- it’s still alive! I have more confidence in myself to keep plants alive, which means I want to buy more. But I always have trouble finding the perfect pot/holder to put them in. I decided to see if there were any good DIY options. Guess what? There are! Here are 9 now ideas for DIY plant holders. 9 Now Ideas for DIY Plant ...
Tags: Crafts, Slideshow, House, Plants, Alice, Green Living, Aren, Lois, Planting, Diy Planter, Diy Cement Planter, Lacy Airbrushed Flower Pots, DIY Macarme Plant Hanger, LilyArdor

Apple TV+ has released shows to critical acclaim and word-of-mouth buzz after stumbling at launch

"Ted Lasso" Apple TV Plus When Apple TV+ debuted in November 2019, its flagship launch shows like "See" and "The Morning Show" were received poorly by critics. But Apple's streaming component gained buzz for its second wave of original shows, thanks to word-of-mouth hits like "Ted Lasso" and "Defending Jacob." Some launch shows like "For All Mankind" and "Dickinson" also released their second seasons this year to critical acclaim, with both receiving 100% Rotten Tomatoes critic scores...
Tags: Apple, England, TV, New York, Hollywood, Media, Entertainment, Reese Witherspoon, Washington Post, Massachusetts, America, Trends, Nasa, Apple TV, Features, Netflix

Clash of Clans: $92 million and Eligibility Issues

GREE, Inc. v. SuperCell Oy (Fed. Cir. 2021) (nonprecedential) SuperCell is a Finnish company that makes and distributes the mobile game “Clash of Clans.”  SuperCell is owned primarily by the Chinese multinational Tencent, the “world’s largest video game vender.”  The patentee GREE is a Japanese mobile game developer and holds a number of mobile-device game related patents. On May 7, 2021 a jury sided with Gree in a patent infringment lawsuit, holding SuperCell liable and awarding $92 million in...
Tags: Law, Tencent, Patent, Alice, Gree, Board, Gilstrap, PTO, Federal Circuit, JMOL, GREE Inc, SuperCell Oy Fed, Today the Federal Circuit

Apple TV+ stumbled at launch, but has since released shows to word-of-mouth buzz and critical acclaim

"Ted Lasso" Apple TV Plus When Apple TV+ debuted in November 2019, its flagship launch shows like "See" and "The Morning Show" were received poorly by critics. But Apple's streaming component gained buzz for its second wave of original shows, thanks to word-of-mouth hits like "Ted Lasso" and "Defending Jacob." Some launch shows like "For All Mankind" and "Dickinson" also released their second seasons this year to critical acclaim, with both receiving 100% Rotten Tomatoes critic scores...
Tags: Apple, England, TV, New York, Hollywood, Media, Entertainment, Reese Witherspoon, Washington Post, Massachusetts, America, Trends, Nasa, Features, Netflix, Atlantic

On SHAPE: a Q&A with Lucy Noakes, Eyal Poleg, Laura Wright & Mary Kelly

OUP have recently announced our support for the newly created SHAPE initiative—Social Sciences, Humanities, and the Arts for People and the Economy. To further understand the crucial role these subjects play in our everyday lives, we have put three questions to four British Academy SHAPE authors and editors—social and cultural historian Lucy Noakes, historian of objects and faith Eyal Poleg, historical sociolinguist Laura Wright, and Lecturer in Contemporary Art History Mary Kelly—on what SHAPE ...
Tags: Books, England, New York, London, Society, Britain, Middle East, John, Norman, Lucy, Alice, Social Sciences, North Africa, Walter Scott, Mary, Laura

Derek Andersen of Bevy: From Employees to Advisors to Investors We Want to be the Most Diverse Company in Tech

There is no hotter technology out right now than virtual events platforms, with the pandemic accelerating their growth exponentially. Bevy is no exception as its virtual events platform is experiencing hyper growth right in line with the industry. But where Bevy is completely exceptional is how it has put diversity and inclusion at the core of the company’s culture – as the company is closing in on 20% of its employee base being black, and with 60% of the participants in its recent $40M fu...
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Family of Chris Cornell settles with doctor over his death

By Andrew Dalton | Associated Press LOS ANGELES — The family of Chris Cornell and a doctor who they alleged over-prescribed him drugs before he died have agreed to a settle a lawsuit. Court documents filed by attorneys for the rock singer’s widow, Vicky Cornell, and their children, Toni and Christopher Nicholas Cornell, said a confidential settlement had been reached. The documents were filed in April, but they had gone unnoticed before City News Service reported on them Thursday. The Cornell fa...
Tags: News, Los Angeles, Sport, Soccer, Michigan, Associated Press, Detroit, Cornell, Alice, Andrew Dalton, Chris Cornell, Beverly Hills California, Los Angeles Superior Court, Soundgarden, Toni, City News Service

Steelers' Najee Harris has memorable first impression of Pittsburgh: 'It looks like Alice in Wonderland'

It's safe to say that the Steelers' first-round draft pick likes his new city
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The Case for Cozy: Designer Lonika Chande’s Family Cottage in West London

London interior designer Lonika Chande’s Queen’s Park family home had been stripped of its history by the time she and her husband, Theo Hall, came along. Located in an enclave of Victorian affordable housing not all of which survived the Blitz, the 1876 brick structure was built for a railway worker. Many occupants later, it had an interior that flowed well but felt 21st century sanitized. A fan of layering rooms with art, books, and patterns, Lonika stepped in to celebrate it as the urban rari...
Tags: Books, London, Charles Dickens, Tanzania, Blue, Lucy, Alice, Kempton, Jaipur, Bathrooms, Bedrooms, West London, Notting Hill, Theo, Sunbury, Carrara

Es dauerte ein Jahr, bis ich über jemanden hinweg war, den ich nie getroffen hatte

Am 28. Februar 2020 schickte er mir auf Tinder ein GIF aus Alice im Wunderland. Das weiß ich deswegen noch so genau, weil das mein letztes normales Wochenende war, bevor Corona in Südafrika ankam, wo ich wohne. An diesem Abend war ich auf einer Geburtstagsparty, ließ mich total volllaufen und antwortete ihm erst am nächsten Tag auf seine Tinder-Nachricht. Innerhalb von fünf Nachrichten wurde mir klar, dass ich sehr viel mit diesem Typen gemeinsam hatte, den ich hier Max nenne. Wir hatten a...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Alice, Max, Wie, Kurz, Freund, Zweifel, Herz, Wunder, Monat, Einer, Dabei, Südafrika, Grose, Dass