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Blood from Stone – review

Director: Geoff Ryan Release date: 2020 Contains spoilers Filmed in Laughlin, Nevada, this vampire film feels more a character study than anything else – particularly following two vampires as they try to live very different lives. It could have also felt a little bit like a Tarantino type of movie… I don’t think it got there in those terms but it was certainly a worthwhile attempt to draw us into a neo-noir that shows two very different takes on eternal life. Vanja Kapetanovic as Joe/J...
Tags: Amazon, Movies, Cctv, Victoria, Joe, Amazon UK, Laughlin Nevada, Darya, Vampire, Vanja Kapetanovic, Geoff Ryan Release, Joe Jure, Joe Allen Vanja Kapetanovic, Jure Alilovic, Jure, Darya Gabriella Toth Gabriella Toth


Russia has lessons for Americans about tearing down statues

People step on the head of the statue of the founder of the KGB, Felix Dzerzhinsky, after it was toppled in Moscow, August 23, 1991. AP Photo/Alexander Zemlianichenko The collapse of the Soviet Union in the early 1990s featured another kind of downfall: that of the country's many statues honoring Soviet leaders.Some Russians say the way they've dealt with those statues, and the legacies they reflect, could inform how Americans grapple with the histories behind their own monuments.Visit Busi...
Tags: Politics, Vladimir Putin, Russia, US, Trends, World, Moscow, Statues, Ussr, Vladimir Lenin, Stalin, FELIX, Soviet Union, KGB, Lenin, Josef Stalin


The Random Show — New Year’s Resolutions, 2010-2019 Lessons Learned, Finding Joy, Energy Management, and Much More (#408)

Technologist, serial entrepreneur, world-class investor, self-experimenter, and all-around wild and crazy guy  Kevin Rose  ( @KevinRose ),  rejoins me for another episode of “The Random Show.” In this one we explore the language of relationships, polarity, energy management, difficult conversations, finding peace and patience, the importance of self-compassion, the search for palatable decaf coffee, panic-selling, serving the moment, and much more! Please enjoy!  Listen to the episode on A...
Tags: Utah, Lifestyle, Linkedin, World, Kevin Rose, David Hockney, Lebron James, Michael, Tim Ferriss, The Tim Ferriss Show, Tim Ferriss Show, New Year's Resolutions, Kevin, Timothy Ferriss, LinkedIn Marketing Solutions, Mark Hyman


Journalist quits over blacklisting of story about 'Putin's chef'

Darya Burlakova left Russian agency Tass after criticising Kremlin-linked catering firmA former editor at a Russian state media outlet has said she felt forced to resign after writing a report that cast doubt on the safety of food provided to Moscow’s nurseries and schools by a Kremlin-connected businessman known as “Putin’s chef”. Darya Burlakova said management at the Tass news agency blacklisted her article because it was critical of the catering company Concord, owned by Yevgeny Prigozhin, a...
Tags: Europe, Putin, Vladimir Putin, Russia, Censorship, US, World news, Syria, Ukraine, Moscow, Kremlin, Alexei Navalny, Concord, TASS, Novaya Gazeta, Darya


Stars Bjørndalen, Domracheva and Shipulin Bid Adieu at Biathlon auf Schalke

Italy’s Dorothea Wierer and Lukas Hofer in first place (center), Germany’s Franziska Preuß and Simon Schempp in second place (left), and Darya Domracheva of Belarus with her husband Ole Einar Bjørndalen of Norway in third place (right) on the podium of the 2018 “Biathlon auf Schalke” event. The invitational was billed as the last international race for Domracheva and Bjørndalen, the winningest biathlete of all time. (Photo: Event organizer) The “Biathlon auf Schalke” two-person mixed relay sh...
Tags: Europe, News, Instagram, France, Germany, Russia, Sport, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Racing, Skiing, Italy, Belarus, Norway, Schalke, Ioc


5 AI Trends That Will Change eCommerce Industry in 2019

Leading ecommerce companies keep increasing their investments in AI. These five trends shed the light on the future of e-commerce business. By Darya Yermashkevich eCommerce is one of the main areas of applying artificial intelligence in business. According to the Cowen and Company IT Survey, over 20% of AI investments flow to online retailing. Today, we will look at the directions of these investments and shed the light on how current trends shape the future of e-commerce. AI to change the wa...
Tags: Google, Amazon, Business, Microsoft, China, Sales & Marketing, Netflix, Beijing, Ibm, Watson, Rakuten, Alexa, Comscore, Right Now, Amazon Alexa, Darya


Peoples Creates an Unexpected On-Air Proposal

The first intermission of Monday’s night’s Toronto Maple Leafs/Boston Bruins game on TSN had an unfamiliar ring to it, courtesy of Peoples Jewellers.With the help of its agency partner Juliet, the jewellery brand helped a Toronto man named Mike propose to his girlfriend Christina as the couple watched the game at home, courtesy of a commercial that aired during the first intermission.Peoples had found Mike just two weeks earlier, through a social media call asking Leafs fans who were thinking of...
Tags: Featured, Advertising, Toronto, Adrian, Clinton, Peoples Jewellers, Mike, Bruins, Leafs, TSN, Christina, Juliet, Maddy, Darya, John McNamara, Toronto Maple Leafs Boston Bruins


Once Written Off for Dead, the Aral Sea Is Now Full of Life

Years ago, the Aral Sea was the world's fourth-largest freshwater lake with an area of some 26,000 square miles. But in the 1950s, it became the victim of the Soviet Union's agricultural policies. Water from its two river sources -- the Amu Darya and Syr Darya -- was intentionally diverted for cotton cultivation. The Aral Sea began to disappear and nearly completely vanished. But things have changed for good. From a report: This rapid collapse over less than three decades -- which environmental ...
Tags: Tech, Uzbekistan, Kazakhstan, Soviet Union, Aral Sea, Darya, Syr Darya, North Aral Sea, South Aral Sea, World Bank Along, Syr Darya River, Kokaral


Dunklee Third in Holmenkollen: Podium in Americans’ Last World Cup of the Year

Darya Domracheva in first, Anastasiya Kuzmina in second, and Susan Dunklee in third on the podium after the women’s 10 k pursuit at Holmenkollen. (Photo: US Biathlon) OSLO, Norway—Eight World Cup weekends, a swing by Open European Championships, two weeks at the Olympics, and it all came down to this: Susan Dunklee’s last international race of the season was also her first podium of the season, and she’s heading back to the United States with a third-place finish in the 10 k pursuit. “I’m super...
Tags: Japan, General, News, Germany, Russia, Sport, Ukraine, Czech Republic, Canada, Racing, United States, Skiing, Korea, Finland, Slovakia, Oslo


This Makeup Artist Only Needed 1 Product to Create This Viral Beauty Look

Lugging an entire bag of makeup around with you can be a bit of a bummer (not to mention a shoulder strain), but Russian makeup artist Darya Kholodnykh just proved that all you really need is one product. As Allure reported, her fresh-faced look was down to Smashbox's L.A. Lights Blendable Cheek and Lips Color ($24), which she can be seen dabbing on her nose, chin, eyelids, and temples for a bright and glowing face. In her caption, Darya explained that the inspiration behind this gorgeous look...
Tags: Makeup, Shopping, Beauty, Darya, Smashbox, Makeup Artist, Beauty Instagrams, Instagram Beauty Trends, Darya Kholodnykh


This One’s For Slovakia: Kuzmina Gets 3rd Medal of Week, and 3rd Olympic Gold, in Mass Start

The women’s biathlon 12.5 k mass start medalists at the 2018 Olympics in PyeongChang, South Korea, with Slovakia’s Anastasiya Kuzmina (c) in first, Belarus’s Darya Domracheva (l) in second, and Norway’s Tiril Eckhoff (r) in third. (Photo: IBU/Biathlonworld) FasterSkier would like to thank Fischer Sport USA,  , Concept2, Boulder Nordic Sport, and Swix Sport US for their generous support, which made this coverage possible. *** Slovakia’s Anastasiya Kuzmina made her intentions pretty clear early o...
Tags: General, News, Sweden, France, Germany, Sport, Racing, Olympics, Skiing, Italy, Poland, Finland, Belarus, Vancouver, Norway, Slovakia


How to give advice that people actually take

If you want to learn how to give advice that people actually listen to, there are two things you can do: Empathize with the person — and not act like an emotionless robot. Find people who want to listen to that advice. That’s it. Not following these steps will have you feeling like you’re giving advice to a brick wall. I know because I spent years doling out unsolicited advice and wondering why people weren’t listening to me. For example: FRIEND: (sighing) I hate banks. YOUNG RAMIT: (ALAR...
Tags: Marketing, Behavior Change, Social Skills, Darya, IWT, Darya Rose, Feelers


[SHOT 2018] Derya Napoli 100/200 Bullpup Shotguns

Turkish company Derya brought two variants of their new bullpup shotgun to SHOT 2018. The N-100 and N-200 are both semiautomatic, magazine-fed, bullpup shotguns that Derya is awaiting ATF approval for importation into the United States. The Napoli/N series uses Derya 5 or 10 shell magazines (10 shell ones were present at SHOT) and is currently chambered […] Read More … The post [SHOT 2018] Derya Napoli 100/200 Bullpup Shotguns appeared first on The Firearm Blog.
Tags: News, Guns, Turkey, Companies, United States, Shotgun, Shotguns, New Product, ATF, Darya, SHOT Show, Other Gear & Gadgets, Derya, SHOT Show 2018, Bullpup Shotgun, Derya Napoli


The Drama’s Behind Them: Dahlmeier and Bø Cruise to Antholz Pursuit Wins

Laura Dahlmeier of Germany, Tiril Eckhoff of Norway, and Darya Domracheva of Belarus on the shooting range in the 10 k pursuit in Antholz, Italy, today. Dahlmeier went on to win the day. (Photo: IBU/Biathlonworld.com) Norwegian biathletes started in the lead of both of today’s World Cup pursuits in Antholz, Italy, today, and one stayed there: Johannes Thingnes Bø cruised to a one-minute win over French rival Martin Fourcade, shooting a perfect 20/20 and flying on the trails. In the women’s race...
Tags: General, News, Germany, Russia, Sport, Austria, Racing, Skiing, Italy, Korea, Finland, Belarus, Norway, Kazakhstan, Burke, Lane


Watch One Of The World's Largest Lakes Shrink Before Your Eyes

The Aral Sea used to be the world’s fourth-largest lake, but it has been reduced to two relative puddles. NASA shared a time-lapse video on Thursday that shows the original Aral Sea shrinking, starting in the year 2000. It has become two separate, much smaller bodies of water: the North and South Aral Seas.  The lake has suffered since the 1960s, when the Soviet Union diverted two major rivers that supported the lake — the Amu Darya and the Syr Darya — to irrigate agricultural fields in Uzbekis...
Tags: News, Nasa, Uzbekistan, World Bank, Al Jazeera, Huffington Post, Turkmenistan, Soviet Union, Steven Hoffer, Aral Sea, Darya, Syr Darya


The Syrian Government Is Allowing Rebels to Evacuate the City of Darya

Loyalist forces have besieged the city since 2012
Tags: Government, Uncategorized, Syria, Deal, Bashar al-Assad, Damascus, Evacuate, Siege, Rebels, Darya, Daraya


26 Chicago Food Experiences

1. Unlimited seafood brunch at Shaw’s All you can eat oysters, king crab and many more. Best buffet yet. #chicago#shawscrabhouse#oysters#kingcrab A photo posted by Nirvana Yang (@photochop) on Apr 22, 2016 at 2:16pm PDT 2. Mussels from Bistronomic Happy birthday, Jac. A photo posted by Sarah And Jaci Ruben (@the_ruben_life) on Nov 4, 2015 at 12:13pm PST 3. Burrata from City Winery At least 4 times a day I think to myself, "well, this conversa...
Tags: Apple, Chicago, Foodie, Michigan, Illinois, Sonoma, Starr, Sarah, Ron Johnson, All, Phoenix, Bernie, Heather, Gus, Shaw, Julie


Domracheva Worked for KGB Until July 2014

Darya Domracheva (Belarus) atop the IBU World Cup podium in 2015. (Photo: Fischer/NordicFocus.com) A line briefly posted on the website of the Dynamo Minsk sports club revealed something new about one of its most famous members: biathlete Darya Domracheva worked for the Belarusian KGB intelligence agency. Domracheva, a three-time Olympic gold medalist and 2014-2015 World Cup Total Score winner, usually spreads an uplifting message to her fans about believing in and loving yourself. She frequent...
Tags: Sport, European Union, Racing, Skiing, Belarus, Committee, KGB, Fischer, Alexander Lukashenko, Republic of Belarus, Darya, Domracheva, Darya Domracheva, Belsat, Belarusian KGB, Biathlon


Bjørndalen to Continue Biathlon Career; Expecting Child with Domracheva in October

Norway’s Ole Einar Bjørndalen celebrates silver in the men’s 10 k sprint on Saturday at the first individual race of IBU World Championships in Oslo, Norway. (Photo: IBU) “I was getting old, and the subject came up again – but I defied the experts and ran on ahead.” When Ole Einar Bjørndalen decided to push forward with his biathlon career after two tough seasons in 2012 and 2013, it was with a big prizes in his sights: the 2014 Olympics in Sochi, Russia, There, he won a gold medal in the 10 k ...
Tags: General, News, France, Racing, Belarus, Norway, Ioc, International Olympic Committee, Oslo, Sochi Russia, Oslo Norway, Darya, Pyeongchang South Korea, Domracheva, Darya Domracheva, Biathlon


Comment on project wedding cake: ta-da! by deb

Darya — I definitely recommend auditioning small quantities (single layers in small pans) of a few recipes until you find the one you like most. I haven’t made this one in years so I’m not positive I still would, but I remember being happy with it at the time. Good luck!
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Comment on project wedding cake: ta-da! by Darya

Hi Deb, A very long time follower (an an occasional question ask-er), also NYC ex-pat currently living in DC. Everything I make from your blog and cookbook comes out exceptional (which is what attracted me to your blog in the first place) and I am not saying that just to be nice :) I am getting married this May and I would like to bake my own cake and thank god there’s a guide for that on Smitten Kitchen! I have followed your buttermilk recipe but I didn’t like the constituency, either I poured...
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These Haunting Photos Show Where Love Is Illegal Around The World

This story was originally published on December 2, 2015. Robin Hammond was working as a photographer for National Geographic in Nigeria when he learned some disturbing news: Five young men had been arrested and publicly flogged. Their crime? Being gay. "After they had been tortured and lashed with a whip, they had to hide inside the courtroom because some people gathered outside were not satisfied with the verdict. They wanted to stone them to death," Hammond told Refinery29. "Eventually, they e...
Tags: Japan, Isis, Instagram, France, Islamic State, Russia, Nigeria, Syria, World, Uganda, David, South Africa, Malaysia, Islam, Cameroon, Kuala Lumpur


What I did on my Summer Vacation

I've been quiet recently, too quiet, and I realize you might be wondering what happened to me. Happily, I'm alive and well, still living in Seattle. The real world has sort of taken over lately, but I wanted to check in and tell you all what I've been up to. The biggest news? I went back to work full time in the spring! I'm working on the Software Development team at Zillow as a Senior Program Manager. It feels super great to work at shipping software full time again, and I'm loving having a t...
Tags: Microsoft, Css, Seattle, Zillow, Mailchimp, Redwoods National Park, Eilan, Kawaii Sweet World, Seattle Center Seattle, Darya


Photo Friday: Ice Skating

Darya gives ice skating a try If you travel over the holidays, it can be tricky to find activities on Christmas Day and New Year's Day. One trick we've learned is to look for zoos, ice rinks, movie theaters, ski slopes, and of course public parks. Related Links Seattle with Kids What is Photo Friday? Post a travel photo on your site. It can be about any topic, as long as it is G-rated. The focus of the post should be on your photo. You don't nee...
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