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How To Strengthen Your Immunity During The Coronavirus Pandemic

(CNN) — As the coronavirus situation intensifies, you might be wondering: How can I keep myself healthy? The answer lies in following the latest guidelines on social distancing, proper handwashing and your local stay-at-home directives. But there are also ways to strengthen your own immune system. Diet is one of them, and we covered that here in part one of our immunity boosting series. Yet what you eat is just one factor. Being physically active, meditating and managing stress, and getting adeq...
Tags: Health, News, Instagram, New York City, Cnn, Immune System, Facetime, Browning, Don, NSF, Barre, Gluck, Forti, National Sleep Foundation, Wake Forest University, Melissa Wood


Interview mit Boobie Billie: Ein stylischer Chihuahua-Mischling erobert Instagram

Letzte Woche saß ich vor dem Sauvage, einem angesagten Restaurant in New York, und wartete auf eine Influencerin, mit der ich verabredet war. Ich weiß: Allein der Satz klingt schon unglaublich klischeehaft. Und in der Realität sind es solche Treffen auch fast immer. Seitdem sind nur ein paar Tage vergangen, aber die Welt in der wir leben ist eine andere. Wegen des Coronavirus musste das Sauvage, wie viele andere Restaurants auch, schließen. In Zeiten der Unsicherheit tendieren wir dazu, uns ...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York, Welt, Mehr, Sinn, Wie, Zeiten, Rolle, Aber, Kopf, Weil, Gluck, Quelle, Oder, Zukunft


Sony’s Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway Pushed Back to August

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Sony’s Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway pushed back to August Due to the ongoing COVID-19 (formerly named as Coronavirus) outbreak that has been affecting people and businesses globally, The Hollywood Reporter brings word that Sony Pictures will also be taking cues from other studios as they have officially decided to change the release date for the upcoming live-action comedy sequel Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway . Originally set to debut in theaters on March 27, the film has ...
Tags: UK, Movies, Tom Hanks, Paddington, Mark Wahlberg, Sony, Rose Byrne, Sony Pictures, James Corden, Margot Robbie, Chiwetel Ejiofor, Will Gluck, Bond, David Oyelowo, Thomas, Peter


Sexist ideologies may help cultivate the "dark triad" of personality traits

The "dark triad" of personality traits — narcissism, psychopathy and Machiavellianism — do not make for the nicest individuals. People who score highly on the dark triad are vain, callous and manipulative. They adopt a so-called "fast-life" strategy, characterised by impulsivity, opportunism and selfishness. Such individuals can succeed in the workplace, while failing to get on with others. They're also more likely to cheat on their partners, and are deemed more alluring in speed-dating sessions...
Tags: Psychology, Gender, Women, US, Personality, Innovation, Men, University of Florida, Gender Equality, Gluck, Individual Differences, BPS Research DigestReprinted, Melissa Gluck


‘Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway’ Trailer: Oh, Right, This is Still Happening

Remember Peter Rabbit, the 2018 movie where James Corden voiced a CGI bunny in love with Rose Byrne? Well, there’s a sequel, and that sequel is coming our way this year. Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway has Peter and all his CGI animal pals back, and humans Rose Byrne and Domhnall Gleeson have returned as well. Watch the trailer below, won’t you? Peter Rabbit 2 Trailer Oh Peter Rabbit, what shenanigans are you up to this time? And where do you get your tiny jackets? In Peter Rabbit 2: The Ru...
Tags: Movies, Sequels, Rose Byrne, Movie Trailers, James Corden, David Oyelowo, Peter, Domhnall Gleeson, Peter Rabbit, Benjamin Bunny, Ridley, Gluck, Lennie James, Elizabeth Debicki, Rose Byrne Domhnall Gleeson, Peter Rabbit 2


Sony Pictures Renews Deal With ‘Peter Rabbit’ Producer Will Gluck

Sony Pictures has renewed its first-look deal with “Peter Rabbit” producer Will Gluck through his Olive Bridge production company. Gluck’s history at Sony includes directing the Emma Stone comedy “Easy A” ($75 million worldwide), “Friends With Benefits” ($150 million worldwide), the 2014 musical “Annie” ($134 million worldwide) and “Peter Rabbit” ($351 million worldwide). Gluck is […]
Tags: News, Sony, Annie, Sony Pictures, Will Gluck, Peter Rabbit, Gluck


New Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway Trailer: Adventure Runs in the Family

BEGIN SLIDESHOW New Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway trailer: Adventure runs in the family Sony Pictures has released a new trailer for their upcoming live-action comedy sequel Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway, giving us a better idea on what to expect in the film as James Corben’s Peter Rabbit tries to save the rest of his family alongside Rose Byrne’s Bea and Domhnall Gleeson’s Thomas. Based on Beatrix Potter’s characters and tales, the sequel is is scheduled to hit theaters on April 3, 2020 in...
Tags: Video, UK, Movies, US, Paddington, Sony, Rose Byrne, Sony Pictures, James Corden, Margot Robbie, Will Gluck, David Oyelowo, Thomas, Peter, Domhnall Gleeson, Rose Bryne


Here’s What We Know About The Hanukkah Stabber Who Targeted Orthodox Jews

A Hanukkah party at the house of an ultra-Orthodox rabbi outside New York City on Saturday night was interrupted by a man with a machete. Five were stabbed, though none fatally, and the suspect is now in custody. Two remained hospitalized on Sunday. The alleged stabber, Grafton Thomas, pleaded not guilty to five counts of attempted murder and one count of burglary in court Sunday. Federal prosecutors subsequently filed hate crimes charges against him on Monday. Here’s what we now know about the ...
Tags: Post, New York Post, New York, News, Stabbing, New York City, America, Anti-semitism, Hate Crime, Thomas, Jersey City, George Washington Bridge, Grafton, Rockland County, Gluck, Greenwood Lake


Here’s What We Know About The Hanukkah Stabber That Targeted Orthodox Jews

A Hanukkah party at the house of an ultra-Orthodox rabbi outside New York City on Saturday night was interrupted by a man with a machete. Five were stabbed, though none fatally, and the suspect is now in custody. Two remained hospitalized on Sunday. Here’s what we now know about the attack. Alleged stabber covered his face and reportedly screamed “I’ll get you.” The alleged stabber, Grafton Thomas, had obscured his face with a scarf when he barged into the home of Rabbi Chaim Rottenberg home i...
Tags: Post, New York Post, New York, News, Stabbing, New York City, America, Anti-semitism, Hate Crime, Thomas, Jersey City, George Washington Bridge, Grafton, Rockland County, Gluck, Greenwood Lake


Man Arrested After Five People Stabbed at Hanukkah Celebration in New York. Here’s What to Know

A man wielding a knife burst into a Hanukkah celebration at an Orthodox rabbi’s home in the town of Monsey, New York on Saturday evening, wounding five people. Police captured the suspect, who they have identified as 37-year-old Grafton E. Thomas, in New York City hours after the attack. He has been charged with five counts of attempted murder and one count of burglary, according to the Town of Ramapo Police Department, which is investigating the case. The incident unfolded next to th...
Tags: Twitter, New York, Crime, News, New York City, Israel, Uncategorized, Ap, Brooklyn, United States, Bill De Blasio, Associated Press, Benjamin Netanyahu, Anti-semitism, Andrew Cuomo, New York State


The 10 Best Teen Movies of the Decade

(This article is part of our Best of the Decade series.) Ahh, the teen movie. The high school story. The hormonal homage. It’s a genre that has lived in my heart since long before I became a teenager, and will remain there when I am straight-up elderly. The awkwardness and misfitting, the fashion and feelings — there are few other times in our lives when everything is turned up to high-def in just such a way as when we are teenagers. The 2010s were a terrific time for teen movies. Poignant, ...
Tags: Movies, Features, Netflix, Brooklyn, Selma, Emma Stone, Carney, Dublin, Johnson, Nick Robinson, Hailee Steinfeld, Craig, Pittsburgh, Simon, Inglewood, Hughes


3 Legal Experts on What the Obamacare Ruling Really Means

Ever since Judge Reed O'Connor of the Northern District of Texas ruled a year ago that the Affordable Care Act was unconstitutional, the country has been waiting for the next arbiter -- a federal appeals court -- to weigh in on the fate of the landmark health law.That ruling finally came Wednesday. But it offered little clarity.The judges from the 5th U.S. Circuit Court of Appeals ruled 2-1 that one key element of the law -- the mandate requiring people to have insurance -- was unconstitutio...
Tags: News, Supreme Court, Congress, California, New York Times, Connor, Jonathan H Adler, Gluck, 5th Circuit, Adler, Bagley, 5th U S Circuit Court of Appeals, Yale Law School, O Connor, Nicholas Bagley, Xavier Becerra


Was ist Dopamin-Fasten & bringt es wirklich etwas?

Technik-Freaks zeigen uns seit Jahren schon die neuesten Lifestyle-Trends, um unser Leben angeblich zu optimieren. Sie waren zum Beispiel die ersten, die ihre Ernährung komplett auf Shakes wie Soylent umgestellt haben oder LSD-Mikrodosen zu sich genommen haben, um ihre Produktivität zu steigern. Und jetzt haben sie einen neuen Trend für sich (und vielleicht auch für uns Normalos) entdeckt: Dopamin-Fasten. Nein, das ist kein neuer Ernährungsplan, den du beim Intervall-Fasten ausprobieren...
Tags: Fashion, Music, New York Times, University Of California, GEIST, Energie, Namen, Essen, Kopf, Gluck, Jahren, Abend, Bier, Meinung, Angriff, Alkohol


Die Zauberflöte, Vienna State Opera, 10 December 2019

Sarastro – Ain Anger Tamino – Andreas Schager Speaker, Second Priest – Adrian Eröd First Priest – Peter Jelosits Queen of the Night – Aleksandra Jovanović Pamina – Andrea Carroll Three Ladies – Fiona Jopson, Ulrike Helzel, Zoryana Kushpler Papagena – Ileana Tonca Papageno – Rafael Fingerlos Monostatos – Benedikt Kobel First Armoured Man – Herbert Lippert Second Armoured Man – Ryan Speedo Green Three Boys – Members of the Vienna Boys’...
Tags: Religion, Vienna, Beethoven, Orlando, Mozart, Bach, Joseph II, Siegfried, Neuwirth, Schiller, Gluck, Goethe, Wieden, Mark Berry, Andreas Schager, Moshe Leiser


Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway Trailer Teases Old Tricks and New Mischief

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway trailer teases old tricks and new mischief Sony Pictures has released the teaser trailer for their upcoming live-action comedy sequel Peter Rabbit 2: The Runaway, featuring the return of James Corden as the voice of the titular mischievous rabbit. Based on Beatrix Potter’s characters and tales, the sequel is is scheduled to hit theaters on April 3, 2020 in the US and March 27, 2020 in the UK. Check out the video in the player below along with ...
Tags: Video, UK, Movies, US, Paddington, Sony, Rose Byrne, Sony Pictures, James Corden, Margot Robbie, Will Gluck, David Oyelowo, Thomas, Peter, Domhnall Gleeson, Beatrix Potter


Gluck's Orpheus and Eurydice: Wayne McGregor's dance-opera opens ENO's 2019-20 season

ENO’s 2019-20 season opens by going back to opera’s roots, so to speak, presenting four explorations of the mythical status of that most powerful of musicians and singers, Orpheus.
Tags: Religion, Eno, Wayne McGregor, Gluck


Idomeneo, English Touring Opera, 8 March 2019

Hackney Empire Theatre Images: © Richard Hubert Smith Ilia – Galina Averina Idamante – Catherine Carby Idomeneo – Christopher Turner Arbace, High Priest of Neptune – John-Colyn Gyeantey Elettra – Paula Sides Voice of the Oracle of Neptune – Ed Hawkins James Conway (director) Frankie Bradshaw (designs)Rory Beaton (lighting) Chorus and Orchestra of English Touring Opera Jonathan Peter Kenny (conductor) The greatest miracl...
Tags: Religion, Vienna, Munich, Hackney, Neptune, Mediterranean, Mozart, Richard Strauss, Wagner, Kenny, Hollander, Ilia, Gluck, Hackney Empire, Mark Berry, Catherine Carby


Former Balanchine Dancer Sues Balanchine Trust And Its Founder (And She’s A Board Member)

“Susan Gluck, a trustee of the George Balanchine Trust, which administers the rights to perform Balanchine’s ballets, filed a petition Thursday … seeking a full accounting of the financial management of the trust. She danced [under Mr. B. at New York City Ballet] from 1978 to 1986.” Gluck petition charges that Barbara Horgan, for many years Balanchine’s secretary, “has leveraged the trust to consolidate her power … and maximize her income to the detriment of other trust beneficiaries.” – The Wa...
Tags: Art, Dance, New York City Ballet, Gluck, Balanchine, 02.28.19, Balanchine Dancer Sues Balanchine, Susan Gluck, George Balanchine Trust, Barbara Horgan


Cimbria Capital adds new operating partner to team

Cimbria Capital has named Dr. Steve Gluck as a new operating partner. Dr. Gluck spent 36 years at Dow Chemical where he worked in its analytical sciences, environmental technology and water and process solutions division. PRESS RELEASE HOUSTON, Feb. 14, 2019 /PRNewswire/ — Cimbria Capital announced today the appointment of Dr. Steve Gluck as a new Operating Partner. Dr. Gluck joins Cimbria Capital with the purpose of expanding the firm’s technical due diligence capacities and assessment for inno...
Tags: Europe, Trends, People, Houston, North America, Dow Chemical, Houston Texas, Milwaukee Wisconsin, Gluck, Cimbria, Cimbria Capital, Brian V Iversen, Cimbria Capital Cimbria Capital, Steve Gluck, Quinn Looper


‘Big Time Adolescence’ Review: Pete Davidson is a Lovable Loser in a Comical Coming-of-Age Gem [Sundance]

Every Sundance Film Festival comes with a handful of coming-of-age narratives showing kids struggling with adolescence in a variety of ways. At Sundance, teens frequently feel like outcasts, have their hearts broken, deal with shitty parents, hang out with unique friends, find inspiration from 1980s music and movies, and learn important lessons. First-time writer/director Jason Orley falls into some of these tropes with his own coming of age comedy Big Time Adolescence, but thankfully, a pair o...
Tags: Comedy, Movies, Features, Movie Reviews, Pete Davidson, Independent, Sundance, Davidson, Monroe, Mo, Griffin Gluck, Machine Gun Kelly, Gluck, Zeke, Jon Cryer, Oona Laurence


Les Troyens, Opéra national de Paris, 28 January 2019

Opéra Bastille Énée (Brandon Jovanovich)Images: Vincent Pontet / Opéra national de Paris Cassandre – Stéphanie d’Oustrac Ascagne – Michèle Losier Hécube – Véronique Gens Énée – Brandon Jovanovich Chorèbe – Stéphane Degout Panthée – Christian Helmer Hector’s Ghost – Thomas Dear Priam – Paata Burchuladze Greek Captain – Jean-Luc Ballestra Soldier – Jean-François Marras Polyxène – Sophie Clasisse Didon – Ekaterina Seme...
Tags: Religion, Paris, Jordan, Opera, Anna, Pluto, Covent Garden, Carmen, Centre Pompidou, Daniel Barenboim, Bizet, Barenboim, Carthage, Paris Opera, Gluck, Berlioz


The 15 Best Movies We Saw at the 2019 Sundance Film Festival

The Sundance Film Festival often sets the tone for the entire year in film – it arrives early and plants a flag to announce “these are the first great and most promising movies of the next 12 months.” The /Film team was on the ground in Park City, Utah for the 2019 edition and we saw and reviewed a ton of movies. And we saw so many movies we loved that picking a select few to make a “best of” list turned out to be a bit of a challenge. But make a “best of” list we did! These are the 15 best mov...
Tags: Movies, Nbc, America, San Francisco, Features, Chicago, Jake Gyllenhaal, Matthew Libatique, Emma Thompson, Mindy Kaling, Pete Davidson, Richard Wright, Bell, Brittany, Sundance, Park City Utah


Screen Gems to Produce Big Screen Adaptation of Ubisoft’s Just Dance

Screen Gems to produce big screen adaptation of Ubisoft’s Just Dance According to Deadline, Screen Gems just won the rights to the popular Ubisoft video game Just Dance and plans to turn it into a full fledged feature film. Jason Altman and Margaret Boykin will produce for Ubisoft Film and Television while Jodi Hildebrand and Will Gluck will set the stage for Olive Branch Entertainment. RELATED: Teenage Mutant Ninja Turtles Reboot Could Begin Production this Year P...
Tags: Games, Movies, News, Movie, Ubisoft, Just Dance, Will Gluck, Video Game, Calvin Harris, Peter Rabbit, Gluck, Margaret Boykin, Will Luck, Jason Altman, Ubisoft Film and Television, Jodi Hildebrand


"'He was a very, very strange man'... With his piercing eyes and jutting forehead, he could make a rough first impression—like 'a proud Calabrian bandit'..."

"... 'withdrawn, unsociable, taciturn, skittish, susceptible, distant, shy.' He was said to be 'catlike and solitary.' He 'lived in a kind of haughty misanthropy, behind a rampart of irony.' He had a tendency toward mendacity in his professional and personal relationships. He was conscious enough of his limitations: 'Those around me persist in not understanding that I have never been able to live in a real world of people and things.'... When confronted with the fundamentals of harmony and form,...
Tags: Music, Law, Beethoven, Claude Debussy, Wagner, Debussy, Gluck, Ann Althouse


Cecilia reveals Divine Festival plans

Cecilia Bartoli has had a busy week. Opening her 2014 Salzburg Whitsun Festival, singing in it, celebrating her birthday and, finally, revealing her plans for the 2015 festival. All whilst dressed as a milkmaid. Pretty impressive. This year's festival centres on Rossini. Next year's is elevated to the divine with a 'gods' theme. La Ceci herself takes the leading role in the festival's two operas: Gluck's Iphigenie en Tauride, directed by her beloved Moshe Leiser and Patrice Caurier, and a conce...
Tags: Religion, Salzburg, Hamburg, Handel, Gluck, Cecilia, Aeneas, Henry Purcell, Christopher Maltman, Inter Mezzo, Cecilia Bartoli, La Ceci, Moshe Leiser, Patrice Caurier, John Neumeier, Anna Netrebko Vesselina Kasarova Juan Diego Florez


A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur - Settling for what you can get

Reviewed by Judd Hollander A feeling of despair lurks just below the surface in A Lovely Sunday for Creve Coeur. This seldom-seem Tennessee Williams drama, which had its initial New York run in 1979, now being given a sturdy revival Off-Broadway by La Femme Theatre Productions. It's the late spring of 1937 in St. Louis , Missouri , and Dorothea (Jean Lichty) is a high school teacher approaching that nebulous age bracket for what used to be called an unmarried spinster. Dot...
Tags: New York, Theatre, Tennessee, Broadway, Buddy, St Louis Missouri, Helena, Toole, Tennessee Williams, Blanche, St Clement, Gluck, Dotty, Jonathan Mann, Blanche DuBois, Creve Coeur


Banff’s Hell of an Orphée+

Against the Grain Theatre brought its award winning adaptation of Gluck’s opera to the Banff Festival billed as “an electronic baroque burlesque descent into hell.”
Tags: Religion, Banff, Gluck


Peter Mishler's Playlist for His Poetry Collection "Fludde"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Hari Kunzru, and many others. Awarded the 2016 Kathryn A. Morton Prize in Poetry, Peter Mishler's collection Fludde is inventive and expansive, an impressive debut. The Rumpus wrote of the book: "Mishler’s def...
Tags: Music, Noah, Chicago, Courtney Love, David, Arkansas, New Jersey, Brian Wilson, John, Benjamin Britten, Christ, Mel, Rogers, Noye, Britten, Atomic Books Comics Preview


Capriccio, Garsington Opera, 9 June 2018

Garsington Opera House, Wormsley Images: Johan PerssonAndrew Shore (La Roche), William Dazeeley (Count), Hanna Hipp (Clairon), Miah Persson (Countess), Benjamin Bevan (Major-Domo) Flamand – Sam Furness Olivier – Gavan Ring La Roche – Andrew Shore Countess Madeleine – Miah Persson Count – William Dazeley Clairon – Hanna Hipp Major-Domo – Benjamin Bevan Italian Soprano – Nika Gorič Italian Tenor – Caspar Singh Servants – Richar...
Tags: Europe, Hollywood, London, France, Germany, Religion, Cologne, Vienna, Munich, Nuremberg, Hitler, Alice, Covent Garden, Eno, Richard Strauss, Strauss


Opera Theatre Of St. Louis 'Orfeo' Canceled Mid-Show After Fatal Heart Attack

During intermission on opening night of the company's production of Gluck's Orfeo ed Euridice, an audience member suffered a heart attack. "Paramedics were called, and worked with doctors who were in the audience for a half-hour before taking their patient to a waiting ambulance, where he later died."
Tags: Art, Music, Gluck, 06.10.18, St Louis Orfeo