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Antonio Conte’s wishes granted as as key performer agrees new deal with Tottenham

 Hugo Lloris has agreed to put pen to paper on fresh terms with Tottenham, it has been confirmed late on Thursday evening.The subject of shot-stopper Lloris’ future has of course long proven a subject of concern for those in a position of power at the Tottenham Hotspur Stadium.This comes with the Frenchman, who continues to play a central role in the plans of new boss Antonio Conte, due to see his current contract expire upon the conclusion of the campaign. Tottenham Hotspur’s Hugo Lloris (L) a...
Tags: London, Sport, Soccer, Premier League, Tottenham Hotspur, Spurs, Tottenham, Everton, Hugo Lloris, Leicester City, Psg, Son Heung Min, Hugo, Antonio Conte, Olympique Lyonnais, Lloris


Station Eleven Spoiler Review: Finding Hope Among Harsh Times Through Creativity And Serendipity

HBO Max's "Station Eleven" has been structured in such a way that the shape of the narrative was not immediately evident from its first three episodes, which premiered in mid-December and which we covered in our non-spoiler review. It was only as the weeks went on that it became fully clear what this sublime miniseries from showrunner Patrick Somerville was doing as it alternated between odd-numbered, character-centric flashback episodes and even-numbered ones rooted in the post-pandemic present...
Tags: Reviews, Asia, Television, Movies, Earth, Denmark, Peter Pan, Hamlet, Miranda, Prophet, Frank, Elizabeth, Clark, Arthur, Hugo, Tyler


The Best Movies Streaming Right Now: The Lost Daughter, Encanto, And More

(Welcome to Now Stream This, a weekly column dedicated to the best movies streaming on Netflix, Amazon, Hulu, and every other streaming service out there.)Happy New Year! Now Stream This took some time off for the holidays, but now we're back with a whole new line-up of titles you can, and should, stream right now. This week's Now Stream This brings you the fantastic feature directorial debut from Maggie Gyllenhaal, a wonderful Disney pic from 2021 that sort of got overlooked, an underrated gem ...
Tags: Hbo, Movies, Disney, Paris, Alfonso Cuarón, Guillermo Del Toro, Sandra Bullock, Alvin Schwartz, Stephen Gammell, George Clooney, Scorsese, Hulu, Maggie Gyllenhaal, Ben Kingsley, Chloe Grace Moretz, Elena Ferrante


The 24 most popular books of 2021 so far, according to Goodreads members

Prices are accurate at the time of publication.When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Goodreads members added books like "The Four Winds," "Crying in H Mart," and "The Push" to their "Want to Read" lists.Amazon; Rachel Mendelson/Insider Goodreads is a platform where users rate and review books. We rounded up the most popular fiction and nonfiction books published in 2021, based on Goodreads. Want more books? Check out the best books of the year, ...
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Hugo (2011)

Synopsis In 1930's Paris, an orphan lives hidden in a train station's walls. He takes care of the station's clocks, and tries to fix an automaton left to him by his late father. Based on Brian Selznick's New York Times best-seller "The Invention of Hugo Cabret". Storyline   ★★★★★ Director Martin Scorsese is best known for his gangster movies, but here he gives us a touching family film. This is Scorsese's homage to movie magic and the power of imagination and dreams.The first half of the movie...
Tags: Steampunk, Movie Review, Other Historical Era, New York Times, Paris, Switzerland, Scorsese, Sacha Baron Cohen, Musée, Martin Scorsese, Hugo, Gare Montparnasse, Isabelle, Hugo Cabret, Nicholas L. Garvery, Brian Selznick


20 WooCommerce Themes for Your Online Storefront

Making your online storefront attractive is one of the key ways to attract and retain customers. Your website design and the WordPress theme you use can have a significant impact on the user experience. The easier and more intuitive it is for customers to shop from your site, the more likely they will keep coming back. For this article, we’ll look at some of the best WooCommerce themes for your online storefront and explore what makes them stand out to help you select the best one. What is a W...
Tags: Google, Ecommerce, Sales, Customers, Hugo, Boutique, Ultra, Neto, Astra, Neve, Technology Trends, Astra Astra, Zuka, WordPress Navigate, Storefront Storefront, Botiga


Notre Dame Report by "The Curbed"

My cousin Joan sent me this article. I hope you will enjoy it.   The Curbed ——    Text Shawn Mc Creesh by Photos by Greg Khan   “I started getting calls as soon as the fire was put out,” said Rick Brown, standing on the lawn at Catholic University the other day. Brown and his wife, Laura, are the co-founders of Handshouse Studio, an educational nonprofit that replicates large historical objects using the precise techniques with which they were built. In 2011, he led a trip to Poland to rebui...
Tags: Travel, California, Washington, France, Virginia, Berlin, America, University, living in France, Paris, Poland, Michigan, North America, Michael Jackson, Lebanon, Alexander Mcqueen


A Guide On How To Set Up a Hugo Boss watch

If you are the proud owner of another Hugo Boss watch and looking for an assistant on how to best fit the hugo boss watch , then congratulations! These watches are made from the finest materials and showcase the creative and brilliant project for which the infamous Design House is known. Your boss Hugo will take care of you at the right time when he needs the proper attention. The Hugo Boss Chronograph Watch is probably our success for good reason. This wizard will show you how to set up a...
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September Is Here, and So Are 63 New Sci-Fi and Fantasy Books

This month we’ve got stories galore to keep you entertained as the seasons change. Read on for kingdoms in rebellion, magical murder mysteries, space shenanigans, parallel dimensions, vampires, a new Dune novel, haunted houses (and forests and lakes), short-story collections, and so much more.Read more...
Tags: Science, Supernatural, William Shakespeare, Mario Kart, Tolkien, Joyce Carol Oates, Ann Leckie, Cixin Liu, Ken Liu, The 100, Annalee Newitz, Jessica, Lo, Hugo, McGuire, Toby


13 Box Office Bombs That Are Truly Worth A Watch

Good movies aren't all created equal. While some benefit from great trailers and well-crafted marketing campaigns, other films suffer from a lack of promotion. Sometimes, a good movie is released at the same time as bigger, much-awaited production that overshadows everything else in theaters; it's never a good idea to schedule a movie's opening against the latest entry in a hot franchise or the biggest stars' latest blockbusters. Whatever the reason, many truly great movies bomb at the box offic...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, Robert Downey Jr, Julianne Moore, California, New York City, Stephen King, Roald Dahl, Disney, Los Angeles, World, Maine, Paris, Philip Seymour Hoffman, Salem


Apple TV+'s New Foundation Series Trailer Feels a Tiny Bit Desperate

Isaac Asimov’s original Foundation trilogy has received countless awards and praise since it was completed in 1953, even winning the Hugo for “Best All-Time Series.” But what’s drawn nerds to the classic sci-fi series over the decades is its vision, scope, and imagination, not particularly its whiz-bang action…Read more...
Tags: Apple, Science Fiction, Science, Fiction, Syfy, Literature, Foundation, Hugo, Isaac Asimov, Galactic Empire, Seldon, Hari Seldon, Psychohistory, Archos TV Portable Video Player Pvp, Foundation Universe, Foundation Series


How one Dutch company is making vegan leather from mangoes

Over half of the mangoes in Europe are imported or traded by the Netherlands. One Dutch company is turning the wasted mangoes into vegan leather. But it faces major competition from the $396 billion leather industry. See more stories on Insider's business page. Hugo de Boon and Koen Meerkerk started the company Fruitleather in 2015. "We want to turn something valueless into something that has value," said Koen. Fruitleather gets the mangoes from Total Exotics, a Dutch firm that imports ...
Tags: Europe, Trends, Netherlands, Hugo, Koen, Elizabeth Cline, Hugo de Boon, Koen Meerkerk, Koen Fruitleather, Anneke Bouman, Fruitleather, Katie Nixdorf Emily Harger


49 New Sci-Fi and Fantasy Books to Keep You Turning Pages in August

The end of summer is approaching, but there’s still a full month of what we can technically refer to as “summer reading.” Good thing August has a galaxy’s worth of new sci-fi and fantasy book releases, with parallel universes, ghost hunters, supernatural battles, deep-space intrigue, all manner of witches, and so much…Read more...
Tags: Science, Films, Fantasy, Angels, Stephen King, ESP, Netflix, William Gibson, Luciana, Adrian, Pat Cadigan, Dungeons Dragons, Lee, Hugo, Andra, Stark


A Tribute to Papa

On July 17, and two months short of 89, our precious Papa passed away in his hometown of Velp, in the Netherlands. The loss is immense, and we are deeply saddened that he is no longer with us. Our hearts are heavy, but my brother Hugo and I are thankful that we flew out to be with my Dad earlier this week. Papa was a devoted husband, a wonderful father, a fabulous Opa to grandson Sebs, and a role model to many.  Papa had an extremely tough time growing up in the Netherlands during World War 2. ...
Tags: Asia, Hong Kong, Fashion, Africa, Other, Netherlands, Papa, Hugo, My dad, Repulse Bay, Velp, SEBS


Semi-professionnel: A Yamaha DT125 from BaaM Garage

It’s getting hard these days to tell if a custom comes from an amateur or professional workshop; the part-timers are really leveling up. And then you have that curious middle ground—the growing number of serial custom hobbyists who could probably make the jump into full time if they wished. BaaM Garage is one of those outfits, and they’ve just finished this very tidy Yamaha DT125. It’s a double-duty bike that would look at home on the trails during le week-end, and on tight French city street...
Tags: France, Motorcycles, Ducati, Honda, Toulouse, EMC, Yamaha, Hugo, Clement, Kellermann, Custom Motorcycles, Yamaha motorcycles, Motone, David Ferrara, BMW Austin Yellow, 2 Stroke Motorcycles


My summer of love: ‘Every time he kissed another girl, my heart broke’

One hot teenage summer, I made a lifelong friend. Years later, it turned out there was much more between usIt was the summer of 2000 when I fell in love. I would love to say it was hot, but it was probably raining; weather doesn’t bother you when you’re 14 and smitten. My baggy jeans were drenched in south London gutter scum, with knee-high puddle water stains and my try-hard skater shoes that had never once touched a skateboard, ugly as hell and a size too big.It was the school holidays and a g...
Tags: London, Relationships, Friendship, Life and style, Hugo, Ribena


Don’t Skip Over A Plague Tale: Innocence Again

A Plague Tale: Innocence didn’t originally come out during a particularly crowded time, but it seemingly still got buried. The title doesn’t spell out exactly what it is out of context and it doesn’t help that it is a new IP from a studio that had mostly done licensed titles or assisted with bigger games in the past. But despite those obstacles, A Plague Tale: Innocence is a heartfelt and special experience players should make an effort to finally get to, given its new native PlayStation 5 and ...
Tags: Games, Movies, France, Features, Ico, Hugo, Ellie, Rune, ComingSoon, Video Game News, Asobo, PS5, A Plague Tale: Innocence, DualSense, Amicia de Rune, Charlotte McBurney 's Amicia


N.K. Jemisin's Hugo-Winning Broken Earth Trilogy Is Coming to the Big Screen

N.K. Jemisin has already made history by winning three consecutive Hugo awards for each entry in her Broken Earth trilogy: The Fifth Season, The Obelisk Gate, and The Stone Sky. Now, the perhaps inevitable next step is here, with a just-announced big-screen deal with Sony’s TriStar Pictures that will see the author…Read more...
Tags: Science, Fiction, Sony, Sharp, TNT, Nk Jemisin, Hugo Awards, Hugo, TriStar Pictures, Broken Earth, Speculative Fiction, Science Fantasy, Jemisin, N K Jemisin, The Stone Sky, The Fifth Season


Dove Cameron & Jordan Fisher to Lead HBO Max’s Field Notes on Love

Dove Cameron & Jordan Fisher to lead HBO Max’s Field Notes on Love HBO Max is currently in the process of developing the film adaptation of Jennifer E. Smith’s YA romance novel titled Field Notes on Love, with Golden Globe nominee Lauren Graham attached to co-write the screenplay with Smith. According to Deadline, Dove Cameron (Agents of S.H.I.E.L.D) and Jordan Fisher (To All the Boys: P.S. I Still Love You) have been tapped for the lead roles. This marks Smith’s fourth novel to get a film a...
Tags: Movies, Romance, America, Netflix, Cameron, Broadway, Streaming, Graham, Smith, Cw, Usc, Hamilton, Disney Channel, Golden Globe, Fisher, Hugo


Sidney Powell Wants Dominion Suit Tossed on the Grounds That What She Was Saying Was Too Stupid to be Believable

After working for months to advance the baseless conspiracy theory that the voting machine manufacturer Dominion had worked with Venezuela to rig the 2020 presidential election against Donald Trump, former campaign lawyer Sidney Powell is requesting that the election software company drop its defamation lawsuit…Read more...
Tags: Politics, Science, Articles, Venezuela, Donald Trump, Rudy Giuliani, Trumpism, Sidney Powell, Hugo, Dominion, QAnon, Dominion Voting Systems, Internet Manipulation And Propaganda, Conspiracy Theories In The United States, Law Crime, United States Presidential Election


Mars Rover Landing Site Named After Sci-Fi Legend Octavia Butler

That magical spot in Jezero crater where NASA’s Perseverance rover made its historic landing last month has been named “Octavia E. Butler Landing” in honor of the late sci-fi author.Read more...
Tags: Science, Nasa, United States, Rover, PERCY, Mars, Spaceflight, Spacecraft, Jet Propulsion Laboratory, Hugo, Perseverance, Ingenuity, Jezero, Thomas Zurbuchen, Mars rovers, Discovery And Exploration Of The Solar System




Oil-Starved Venezuela Celebrates Arrival of Tankers From Iran

The shipment represents a deepening of ties between two pariah states that are both under U.S. sanctions.
Tags: News, Iran, Venezuela, Shortages, Hugo, Maduro, Chavez, Nicolas, Oil (Petroleum) and Gasoline, Embargoes and Sanctions, Ships and Shipping


From Nearly Free to Out-of-Reach: Gasoline’s Crazy Price Swing in Venezuela

Motorists queue for days to buy subsidized gasoline for next to nothing, but it is increasingly scarce — a reflection of the economic absurdities in the country.
Tags: News, Venezuela, Shortages, Black Markets, Hugo, Maduro, Chavez, Nicolas, Oil (Petroleum) and Gasoline, Embargoes and Sanctions


‘I Thought That’ll Never Happen & Here We Are’: Ilze Hugo On Pandemic Novel ‘The Down Days’

(CBS Local)– Ilze Hugo’s new book “The Down Days,” tells a story that’s eerily similar to the one unfolding around the world. The South African author writes in her novel about the impact of an infectious disease on the apocalyptic Sick City in Cape Town, South Africa. People are wearing masks, public laughter is banned, and facts are subjective. Hugo never could’ve fathomed that she’d be releasing a book during something like the coronavirus global pandemic. “It’s absolutely crazy because when ...
Tags: Cape Town, Cbs, Only CBS, Cape Town South Africa, Hugo, CBS Local, DJ Sixsmith, Simon & Schuster, Sick City, Ilze Hugo, Simon Schuster Hugo


The Oil Industry’s Glut Has a Bright Spot: Tanker Storage

Shipping companies, which can command more than $200,000 a day for a vessel, are cashing in on increased demand.
Tags: News, Saudi Arabia, Russia, Hugo, Prices (Fares, Oil (Petroleum) and Gasoline, Fees and Rates, Ships and Shipping, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV, Euronav N.V, de Stoop, Tanker Storage


Both Shoppers And Workers Afraid To Go Back To Normal As Some COVID Restrictions Ease

COPENHAGEN, Denmark (AP) — The first tentative steps in lifting the economically crippling coronavirus restrictions in Europe and China are running into resistance, with shoppers and other customers staying away from the reopened businesses and workers afraid the newly restored freedoms could put their health at risk. Amazon threatened on Wednesday to halt all its activities in France, a day after a court ordered the online retail giant to stop selling, receiving or delivering nonessential goods...
Tags: Amazon, South Korea, Europe, Milan, News, Australia, France, China, Eu, European Union, Rome, Austria, Vienna, Pope Francis, Italy, Who


How to add a banner to website pages using Hugo

A while back, I needed to display a banner on every page of a documentation website. Furthermore, I wanted the banner to appear only under specific conditions. We use Hugo as the static site generator for the website. Here’s what I figured out, using Hugo templates. I wanted to add a banner to the archived […]
Tags: Open Source, Seo, Hugo, Technical Communication, Technical Documentation, Technical Writing


Jane Goodall Is Self-Isolating, Too

She’s in England, in the house she grew up in, and she has a few thoughts about chimpanzees, the coronavirus pandemic and the loo paper shortage.
Tags: England, News, China, Africa, Epidemics, Tanzania, Animal Cognition, Hugo, Jane, Jane Goodall, Goodall, Monkeys and Apes, Van Lawick, Cambridge (England, Your-feed-science, Coronavirus (2019-nCoV


Why lifelong learning is the international passport to success

Picture yourself at a college graduation day, with a fresh cohort of students about to set sail for new horizons. What are they thinking while they throw their caps in the air? What is it with this thin sheet of paper that makes it so precious? It's not only the proof of acquired knowledge but plays into the reputation game of where you were trained. Being a graduate from Harvard Law School carries that extra glitz, doesn't it? Yet take a closer look, and the diploma is the perfect ending to the...
Tags: Work, Productivity, Europe, Sweden, Learning, Education, France, Massachusetts, Success, Innovation, Switzerland, Universities, OECD, Coursera, Udacity, Personal Growth