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A linguistic League of Nations

Some time ago, a question followed my discussion of sound-symbolic and sound-imitative sl-words (March 13, 2019): “What about slave?” Obviously, as I replied, not all words of a certain phonetic structure belong to the same homogeneous group. Yet ever since, I have been planning to write something about this tricky subject. Slave would not have deserved special attention if it were not so close to Slav. By way of introduction, I decided to devote some space to the use of ethnic names in words an...
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Hallo allemaal

Ik ben jafrako, 75 jaar en vanaf de 2e klas Lagere School ben ik gaan lezen en nooit meer gestopt. M'n eerste zakgeld ging op aan boeken en ik bleef kopen. Het geschreven woord was me heilig en zelfs een in mijn huis verdwaalde Kasteelroman kon ik moeilijk wegdoen. Ik ben een etnische Hollander; grote bek en veel babbels zeggen ze hier in Overijssel waarheen ik in 1990 ben verhuisd. Hoorde daar voor het eerst over de Deventer Boekenmarkt dus een kijkje genomen. Sindsdien met wisselende vriende...
Tags: Books, Introduce Yourself, Zwolle, Hollander, Deventer Boekenmarkt, Sindsdien, Wilde Westen Maar


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


Judge Tosses Maryland Effort To Protect O’Care From Trump Admin ‘Sabotage’

BALTIMORE (AP) — A federal judge on Friday dismissed a Maryland lawsuit against President Donald Trump’s administration for what it portrayed as recurring efforts to dismantle the national health care law and chase people away from coverage. U.S. District Judge Ellen Lipton Hollander wrote in her decision that there’s no question about Trump’s “profound disdain” for the Affordable Care Act, signed into law in 2010 by his predecessor. But she found the state’s allegations speculative, ruling th...
Tags: Texas, News, Maryland, Obama, Ap, Donald Trump, Baltimore, Trump, U S Supreme Court, Brian Frosh, Hollander, Health and Human Services Department, Frosh, Matthew Whitaker, William Barr, Summer Concepcion


Irwin Hollander, Who Revived Lithography As A Fine Art, Has Died At 90

Hollander was a commercial lithographer who was also “an artist and a master printer who persuaded Willem de Kooning, Robert Motherwell and other Abstract Expressionist painters to try their hands at lithography in his East Village workshop.” – The New York Times
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Irwin Hollander, Master Lithographer Who Revived Fine Art, Dies at 90

Mr. Hollander persuaded Willem de Kooning, Robert Motherwell and other Abstract Expressionists to try their hands at lithography at his Manhattan workshop. Their proofs became some of his best work.
Tags: Art, News, Manhattan, Irwin, Hollander, Deaths (Obituaries, Irwin Hollander, Willem de Kooning Robert Motherwell, Printing and Allied Trades


Scene-Stealer Tom Hollander on ‘A Private War,’ ‘Bohemian Rhapsody’ and ‘Bird Box’

The holidays have come early for fans of Tom Hollander, with a plethora of new projects for the English actor who has emerged as one of the season’s favorite scene-stealers. Hollander has proven equally at home in period pieces (“Gosford Park”), wordy farce (“In the Loop”), action blockbusters (two “Pirates of the Caribbean” films), or […]
Tags: Features, Hollander, Tom Hollander, Gosford Park, Bohemian Rhapsody, Bird Box, A Private War


Fox 2000 Developing K-Pop Centric Film

Fox 2000 developing K-Pop centric film According to Variety, Fox 2000 has acquired the rights to an untitled feature film “set in the world of K-Pop.” Elyse Hollander is set to write the K-Pop film’s screenplay which has Scooter Braun SB Projects and Epic Magazine attached to produce. “We’ve found great partners in Epic and Fox 2000 to showcase the world of k-pop, We are excited to tap into Elyse’s talent to pull back the curtain on the genre at a time when it’s on the rise globally and give ...
Tags: South Korea, Movies, Fox, Madonna, Braun, K-pop, Joshua Davis, Hollander, Scooter Braun, Fox 2000, Elyse, Movie News, Justin Bieber Kanye West, Bellevue Productions, Elyse Hollander, SB Projects


Exit Lines: “Lobby Hero”

I had fun at Three Tall Women–too much fun, I suspect. Its original Off Broadway production, which won Edward Albee his third Pulitzer Prize in 1994 after a dry spell, was more quietly lacerating than what’s currently at the Golden, dreamier, stranger. I mean, all Albee plays are strange, occupying their own fascinating space between his imagination and ours. But this one, with three women, A, B, and C, who seem to have assigned roles (aging dowager mother, dutiful daughter, lawyer) in the first...
Tags: Music, Theatre, America, Manchester, Broadway, Edward Albee, Marines, Manhattan, Evans, Bill, William, Chris Evans, Zurich, Tom Stoppard, Patrick Marber, Exit Lines


Finding meaning in poetry

The Oxford Dictionary defines poetry as a piece of writing expressing feelings and ideas that are given intensity by particular attention to diction. Poetry at its core is a uniquely personal form of expression. To honor National Poetry Month, we’re sharing what poetry means to the writers of the Pavilion Poetry Series, including a sample from Nuar Alsadir’s new collection Fourth Person Singular. Maybe it will inspire to explore what poetry means to you. Jodie Hollander, poet of the collection M...
Tags: Books, England, Featured, Berlin, Poetry, New Zealand, Literature, Miller, Robinson, Hollander, Rialto, University of East Anglia, Milwaukee Wisconsin, MANCHESTER England, Sheffield Hallam University, Borough Hall


Guide to Dutch slang

Dutch can be a difficult language for foreigners to learn. Mainly because the Dutch use a lot of slang phrases. Here are some of the phrases you will most commonly hear in The Netherlands. Use a few of these and you’ll sound just like an Old Hollander. 1. “Doe even normaal” Literal translation: Just do normal What it means: Get a grip In the Netherlands, it’s important to always be composed and to never make a big scene, even if you’re upset. So don’t get mad. Just be normal. 2. “TYFUS! TER...
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Seattle Pacific’s Courtney Hollander finding success and fun in senior season

Courtney Hollander hates to lose, her coach says. Fortunately for Hollander, she hasn’t had to worry about losing much this season. The Falcons, led by seven seniors, are 15-3 and 9-2 in the Great Northwest Athletic Conference.
Tags: News, Sports, College sports, Falcons, Hollander, Seattle Pacific, Courtney Hollander


PE-backed Nellson buys Genysis

Nellson Nutraceutical LLC, which is backed by Kohlberg & Company, has acquired Salt Lake City-based Genysis Brand Solutions Inc, a maker of functional powders. No financial terms were disclosed. Houlihan Lokey was financial adviser to Genysis on the deal. PRESS RELEASE ANAHEIM, CALIF. (PRWEB) DECEMBER 04, 2017 Nellson Nutraceutical, LLC (Nellson), a leading North American formulator and manufacturer of branded and private-label nutritional bar and functional powder products, today announced that...
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John Coltrane Draws a Mysterious Diagram Illustrating the Mathematical & Mystical Qualities of Music

In a post earlier this year, we wrote about a drawing John Coltrane gave his friend and mentor Yusef Lateef, who reproduced it in his book Repository of Scales and Melodic Patterns. The strange diagram contains the easily recognizable circle of fifths (or circle of fourths), but it illustrates a much more sophisticated scheme than basic major scale theory. Just exactly what that is, however, remains a mystery. Like every mystical explorer, the work Coltrane left behind asks us to expand our con...
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Seattle jobs at Pacific Coast Feather cut sharply after sale to Hollander

Longtime local bedding manufacturer Pacific Coast Feather Company is sharply reducing its Seattle workforce and closing some factories elsewhere under its new owner.
Tags: Business, News, Retail, Seattle, Hollander, Pacific Coast Feather, Pacific Coast Feather Company


Contractor behind DanDan, Benelux, other hot spots moving HQ to bigger Milwaukee building

​Even though the company name isn’t as familiar as the restaurants they’ve designed and built, any foodie in Milwaukee who has eaten a bowl of noodles at DanDan, or relaxed with a beer at Café Hollander, has seen and touched their work.
Tags: Milwaukee, Hollander, DanDan Benelux


Boca Raton bedding products manufacturer buys out West Coast company

Boca Raton-based bedding products manufacturer Hollander Sleep Products has acquired a manufacturer of down and down-alternative products in Seattle. Terms of the deal were not disclosed. The newly formed company, which merges Hollander with Pacific Coast Feather Company, will retain the Hollander corporate name, with PCF CEO Joe Crawford reporting to Hollander CEO Mark Eichhorn. Eichhorn said the transaction will allow the Boca Raton company to expand into new products and access new distribu...
Tags: West Coast, Seattle, Hollander, Boca Raton, Joe Crawford, Hollander Sleep Products, Pacific Coast Feather Company, Mark Eichhorn Eichhorn


Katie Hollander Steps Down as Head of Creative Time

Katie Hollander has stepped down as the head of Creative Time, with deputy director, Alyssa Nitchun, will serve as acting director in the interim.  “After almost a decade at Creative Time, the time is right for me to explore new possibilities,” Hollander said in a statement. “My time spent with this organization—the incredible artists, partners, and colleagues […]
Tags: Art, News, Art News, Minipost, Hollander, Katie Hollander, Alyssa Nitchun


Directors Guild Reorganizes Senior Staff, Promotes Pair of Execs

Directors Guild of America national executive director Russell Hollander has promoted Danny Bush to associate national executive director/western executive director. Hollander, who himself took over the DGA from Jay D. Roth earlier this month, also announced Monday that Cynthia Tollett has been promoted to assistant executive director. The DGA says Bush will join associate national... Read more »
Tags: News, Film, Directors Guild Of America, Bush, Hollander, DGA, Russell Hollander, Danny Bush, Jay D Roth, Cynthia Tollett


Senior Hunger Hits Historic Highs As Trump Threatens To Cut Services

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Madonna Calls Biopic Scene 'All Lies,' But It Actually Happened

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Madonna Criticizes Planned Film About Her Early Years

“Only I can tell my story,” Madonna said in reaction to “Blond Ambition,” a biopic in the works about her years in gritty 1980s New York.
Tags: Movies, News, Madonna, Universal Pictures, Hollander, Elyse, Pop and Rock Music, Blond Ambition (Movie


Music Publishing Update 4.21.17: ASCAP "I Create Music Expo" Recap

ASCAP’s 12th annual “I Create Music” Expo took place last week in Los Angeles.  The national conference dedicated to songwriting and composing provides a unique opportunity for songwriters, composers, artists, producers, publishers – and those in the industry that support them – to come together to share their knowledge and expertise. The ASCAP programming offered to attendees includes celebrity Q&A’s, master classes, songwriting and composing workshops, publisher and business panels, ...
Tags: Publishing, Music, Los Angeles, Stevie Wonder, Department Of Justice, Detroit, Music Business, Ascap, Fitz, Hollander, James Fauntleroy, Pentatonix, Doug Collins, Blacc, Songtrust, D.I.Y


John Coltrane Draws a Picture Illustrating the Mathematics of Music

Physicist and saxophonist Stephon Alexander has that Albert Einstein and John Coltrane had quite a lot in common. Alexander in particular draws our attention to the so-called “Coltrane circle,” which resembles what any musician will recognize as the “Circle of Fifths,” but incorporates Coltrane’s own innovations. Coltrane gave the drawing to saxophonist and professor Yusef Lateef in 1967, who included it in his seminal text, Repository of Scales and Melodic Patterns. Where Lateef, as he writ...
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Pittsburgh Opera: The Summer King, The Josh Gibson Story, April 29, May 2, 5 & 7, Benedum Center for the Performing Arts

  Pittsburgh Opera is proud to present its first world premiere in its 78 year history:  Daniel Sonenberg's The Summer King, the story of baseball legend Josh Gibson.  Native to Pittsburgh, Gibson became a tremendous star in the Negro Leagues, before being enshrined in the National Baseball Hall of Fame in Cooperstown, NY.  Gibson sadly passed away at the young age of 35, felled by a stroke shortly before Jackie Robinson broke the color barrier with the Brooklyn Dodgers.  Featuri...
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ASCAP Adds 32 Top Panelists To "I Create Music" Expo

ASCAP’s songwriter and artists conference “I Create Music” has added 32 additional panelists - including some big names - to their 2017 edition in LA April 13-15. ____________________________________ Panelists just announced for the 2017 ASCAP “I Create Music” EXPO include Grammy winners, tastemaker A&R executives and multi-platinum hit-makers. Now in its 12th year, the ASCAP “I Create Music” EXPO includes opportunities for songwriters and producers to network, collaborate and r...
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12 Photos That Take You Inside A Real Sex Hotel

When residents of Cali, Colombia, are in need of a sexy getaway with their partners, they head to Motel Kiss Me, the city's largest and most popular love hotel. That might not sound like much of an escape from daily life, but photographer Kurt Hollander says the motel provides its clients with everything they need "to enjoy the best sex possible." Hollander's aptly titled photo series, Motel Kiss Me, takes a closer look at the hotel's funky appeal.The motel's 130 rooms run the gamut in terms of...
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Why Tom Hiddleston Peed On His Friend

How far would you go for a friend? Count yourself lucky if Tom Hiddleston is one of your pals, because he'll go pretty far. In a recent interview on The Graham Norton Show, Hiddelston described a situation that involved him peeing on a co-star.According to Entertainment Tonight, Hiddleston and his Night Manager co-star, Tom Hollander, were on a beach. Then, after what we can only assume was a rollicking good time, Hollander fell victim to everyone's worst nightmare."Tom got stung by a jellyfish...
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Russell Hollander Succeeding Jay Roth as DGA National Exec Director

Russell Hollander will succeed the retiring Jay Roth as the national executive director of the Directors Guild of America. The DGA’s national board unanimously selected Hollander, its current associate national executive director, at its meeting Sunday. Roth had announced on Jan. 18 that he would step down in the late spring after 22 years with... Read more »
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