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Toro y Moi Contemplates Late Capitalism on 'Outer Peace'

It didn't take long for chillwave to become a punchline after its rapid ascendancy in the late 2000s, and it must have been tough to be Toro y Moi (the alias of producer Chaz Bear, fka Chaz Bundwick), an act known synonymously, and perhaps unfairly so, with the genre. One of the first genres born almost entirely out of the influence of the Internet, chillwave was quickly deemed too easily replicable and far too reliant on provoking cultural nostalgia.But a few proprietors of the sound, like ...
Tags: Music, Review, Music Review, Abra, Toro Y Moi, Toro, Monte Carlo, Carpark Records, New House, Moi, Alan Palomo, Synthpop, Electropop, Chaz Bear, Bundick, Chillwave


Mystery and Crime Oppenheim, E Phillips: The Colossus of Arcadia (1938); v1

Classic Oppenheim novel: the setting is Monte Carlo, and in the late 1930s with Europe's peace becoming more precarious by the day, there are spies and counterspies, well-heeled refugees. In short, there is trouble in Arcadia. I couldn't find a good original cover so I made this one from a part of 1930s Monaco travel poster Attached Files The Colossus Of Arcadia - E Phillips Oppenheim.epub (480.3 KB)
Tags: Europe, Books, ePub Books, Monaco, Arcadia, Monte Carlo, Oppenheim, Oppenheim E Phillips, Arcadia E Phillips Oppenheim


5 Pro Secrets To Getting Accepted At A Photo Stock Agency

Have you ever thought about selling your images through a photo stock agency? Here are 5 pro secrets to getting accepted. Trying to sell your images can be a very frustrating exercise. Unless you plan to be a full-time photographer, it is unlikely that you will have the time to market yourself and your images. If you don’t market yourself then buyers are not going to find your images.   There is, however, a way to make money without having to go full time. I am talking of course about being a s...
Tags: Business, Photography, Bmw, Don, Monte Carlo, Unsplash, Markus Spiske, Stock Photography Trends, Photo Stock Agency, Fred Mouniguet, Antonio Lapa, Louis Hansel, Raul Varzar


Yum! A photo tour of the new Eataly Las Vegas, an Italian food hall and market on the Las Vegas Strip.

The Italian food hall and market, which has locations around the world, opened Dec. 27 at the Park MGM hotel, the remodeled Monte Carlo.            [Author: USA TODAY]
Tags: Usa, News, Usa Today, Las Vegas Strip, Monte Carlo, Park MGM, Eataly Las Vegas


Ogier: Citroen must be "faster in more conditions"

Defending WRC champion Sebastien Ogier has urged Citroen to find consistency as he begins the pursuit of a seventh title in Monte Carlo this month.
Tags: News, WRC, Monte Carlo, Sebastien Ogier


WRC champion Sebastien Ogier: Citroen must find consistency in 2019

Defending World Rally champion Sebastien Ogier has urged Citroen to find consistency as he begins the pursuit of a seventh title in Monte Carlo later this month
Tags: Sport, WRC, Monte Carlo, Sebastien Ogier, Autosport


Sono Osato, Star Of Ballets Russes And Broadway, Dead At 99

“[She] toured the world with the Ballets Russes de Monte Carlo, performed with the Ballet Theater in New York and then gained acclaim on Broadway in the World War II-era musicals One Touch of Venus and On the Town,” in which she played “all-American girl” Ivy Smith. — The New York Times
Tags: Art, New York, People, Broadway, Town, Monte Carlo, Ballet Theater, Ivy Smith, Sono Osato, 12.26.18


Sono Osato, Japanese-American Ballet Star, Is Dead at 99

She toured the world with the Ballets Russes de Monte Carlo, danced with the Ballet Theater and gained acclaim in two Broadway musicals.
Tags: News, Dancing, Broadway, Sono, Monte Carlo, Deaths (Obituaries, Japanese-Americans, Ballets Russes, On the Town (Play, Osato, One Touch of Venus (Play


AVIGNON AND ON. Volpi Motorcycles’ Honda CB350 Tracker

Written by Martin Hodgson Once the seat of the Catholic Popes, the fortified city of Avignon in southern France is resplendent with stunning Roman and Gothic architecture; but it also has a rich motorsport history. The Circuit de Lédenon is nestled on the opposite bank of the Rhone and F1 legend Jean Alesi’s father once built Monte Carlo winning rally cars here. Now there is a new man in town, tucked away in a small workshop, Matthieu Volpi builds motorcycles to the most exacting of standards...
Tags: France, Motorcycles, Bmw, Honda, Avignon, Kawasaki, Monte Carlo, Rhone, CB, Matthieu, Jean Alesi, Heidenau, Volpi, Martin Hodgson, ON Volpi Motorcycles, Circuit de Lédenon


Action Vance, Louis Joseph: The Pool of Flame, v1: (1909)

Traditional adventure novel, featuring Terence O'Rourke, two-fisted, two-gunned gentleman adventurer. O'Rourke, who came into possession of a wonderful Asian ruby called The Pool of Flame, and has stashed it away, is offered a large sum of money to return it to the forehead of the statue of Buddha from which it was stolen long long ago. O'Rourke is in Monte Carlo; the Pool of Flame is in Algeria; and the statue is in the northeast of Burma, in the Shan states near the Chinese border. O'Rourke,...
Tags: Books, ePub Books, Burma, Algeria, Buddha, Rourke, Monte Carlo, Vance Louis Joseph, Louis Joseph Vance, Terence O Rourke


Have you heard of René Blum?

Happy Hanukkah from OUP! This year we’re celebrating with a series of eight books celebrating Jewish history and culture over the eight nights of Hanukkah. As your menorah candles burn bright, take this opportunity to honour both the endurance of the Maccabees and the Jewish people.In this blog post, Judith Chazin-Bennahum, author of René Blum and The Ballets Russes: In Search of a Lost Life, provides an insight into the incredible life of René Blum.Well? Have you? If not, it’s probably because ...
Tags: Books, Featured, France, Dance, United States, Paris, Ballet, Biography, Belle Epoque, Leon, Auschwitz, Marcel Proust, Monte Carlo, Amiens, Blum, Balanchine


Thompson Street Capital invests in Palisade Corp

Thompson Street Capital Partners said Nov. 27 that it has recapitalized Palisade Corp. Financial terms weren’t announced. Palisade, of Ithaca, New York, provides risk modeling and decision analysis software. Lincoln International served as financial adviser to Palisade. PRESS RELEASE ST LOUIS (November 27, 2018) – Thompson Street Capital Partners (TSCP), a private equity firm based in St. Louis, announced today that they have partnered with management to recapitalize Palisade Corporation (Palisa...
Tags: Microsoft, Trends, St Louis, The Company, Monte Carlo, Palisade, Ithaca New York, Thompson Street, PE Deals, Lincoln International, Thompson Street Capital, Thompson Street Capital Partners, TSCP, Thompson Street Capital Partners TSCP, Craig Albrecht, Palisade Corp


Mystery and Crime Thorne, Guy: Chance in Chains (1914); v1

Guy Thorne (Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull, 1875–1923), British author of over 100 works, fiction and non-fiction, mostly as by "Guy Thorne", a few as by "Ranger Gull" and "Cyril Cresswell Inglesby". Harnessing the new technology of Herzian (radio) waves, a group sets out to break the roulette bank at Monte Carlo. Barely a novel, just 30,000 words, this is sort of a "caper" novel with touches of sf. The only original cover I could find was a blank dark blue hardback, no dust jacket, so I mad...
Tags: Books, ePub Books, Monte Carlo, Thorne, Guy Thorne Cyril Arthur Edward Ranger Gull, Guy Thorne, Ranger Gull, Cyril Cresswell Inglesby


Roy Clark, country guitar virtuoso, ‘Hee Haw’ star, dies at 85

In this May 17, 2009, file photo, country music star Roy Clark performs after being inducted into the Country Music Hall of Fame in Nashville, Tenn. Clark, the guitar virtuoso and singer who headlined the cornpone TV show “Hee Haw” for nearly a quarter century, died Thursday, Nov. 15, 2018, due to complications from pneumonia at home in Tulsa, Okla. He was 85. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey, File) By KRISTIN M. HALL | Associated Press Country star Roy Clark, the guitar virtuoso and singer who headlin...
Tags: Country Music, Celebrities, News, Washington, Boston, Sport, Ap, Things To Do, Soccer, Obituaries, Aclu, Moscow, Nashville, Associated Press, Brussels, Las Vegas


Murder Charge Can’t Deter Sharpton’s Brother From Voting Rights Crusade

As more states adopt laws that could restrict turnout, Kenneth Glasgow and his allies are pushing to extend the vote to millions of ex-felons. Will the flimsily supported charge against him undermine this movement on the verge of its greatest success? The last weekend in March, Kenneth Glasgow had planned to be in Atlanta strategizing with other Southern organizers about how to help pass the Florida ballot measure that would result in the most sweeping restoration of voting rights for felon...
Tags: Facebook, Florida, New York, News, California, Washington, Senate, White House, Alabama, America, Barack Obama, Atlanta, Georgia, Brooklyn, Pennsylvania, Gop


The 13 best hotel balcony views

Is there really any point in traveling if you can’t post a picture from an envy-inducing hotel balcony, then sit back and stare at the likes rolling in instead of the view? Not in 2018, not really. Hotels around the world are designing themselves to have increasingly competitive balcony views, so screen-scrollers around the world will stop, take a screenshot, and say, “Holy Lagos filter where is that?” The key to a fantastic balcony view is its expression of place, combining images that could...
Tags: Travel, Hollywood, France, La, Los Angeles, Rome, New Zealand, James Bond, Cape Town, Alps, George Clooney, Costa Rica, Bangkok, Central America, Caribbean, Ross


My Money Blog Portfolio Income – October 2018

For a young person making a plan to reach financial independence at a very early age (under 50), I think using a 3% withdrawal rate is a reasonable rule of thumb. For someone retiring at a more traditional age (closer to 65), I think 4% is a reasonable rule of thumb. However, life is less stressful when you are spending just the dividends and interest generated by your portfolio. The analogy I fall back on is owning a rental property. If you are reliably getting rent checks that increas...
Tags: Retirement, Goals, Marketing, US, International, Investing, Don, Monte Carlo, Michael Pollan, US Small Value Vanguard Small Cap Value ETF VBR, Emerging Markets Vanguard Emerging Markets ETF VWO, US Real Estate Vanguard, VNQ VGSLX


European capitals ranked by cost

Europe used to be cheap. Like dirt cheap. Ask your parents about their 1960s backpacking adventures across post-World War II Europe and they’ll tell stories of 10-cent hostels, five-cent beers, and the best pizza you ever had for a quarter. Like a lot of your parents’ stories, they’re highly exaggerated, but they’re also a far cry from the $7 pints and $200-a-night hotels you find in big Euro capitals now. That’s not to say the entire continent is a bank-breaker, though. Look hard enough and ...
Tags: Travel, Europe, London, Travel Planning, France, Germany, Berlin, America, Georgia, Eu, Cyprus, Rome, Danube, Prague, Vienna, Budapest


“Automation Divine”: Early Computer Music and the Selling of the Cold War

It was a love song—not what viewers expected, perhaps, who tuned into a July 1956 episode of Adventure Tomorrow, a science documentary program broadcast by KCOP, channel 13, out of Los Angeles. But, then again, it was a love song to a computer. Push-Button Bertha. Sweet machine. What a queen. Jack Owens, the lyricist (and, on that July 1956 episode, the performer), had taken his inspiration from the tune’s composer: a Datatron 205, the room-filling flagship computer of Pasadena-based ElectroData...
Tags: Maryland, California, Washington, Germany, Religion, Advertising, Articles, Los Angeles, Aberdeen, Analysis, Harvard, Cologne, Atlantic, Military, United States, Paris


Ex-Russia footballers in probe over cafe assault

Moscow (AFP) – The Russian interior ministry is investigating former football internationals Alexander Kokorin and Pavel Mamaev over an incident in a Moscow cafe on Monday that left a civil servant seriously injured. “The investigation is currently establishing all the circumstances of and participants in the incident,” the interior ministry said in a statement. Local media earlier reported that Kokorin and Mamaev, accompanied by a group of friends, attacked trade ministry official Denis Pak af...
Tags: Russia, Sport, Soccer, Moscow, Krasnodar, Rfu, Afp, Pak, Interior Ministry, Monte Carlo, Zenit, Alexander Kokorin, Pavel Mamaev, Kokorin, Mamaev, Denis Pak


Formula E hopes of using F1's Monaco GP layout set to be dashed

Formula E's hope of using the full Monaco Grand Prix Formula 1 layout when it returns to Monte Carlo in its 2018/19 season looks set to fall through
Tags: Sport, Monaco, Monte Carlo, FE, Autosport


Car show for a cause – the Fallen Trooper Memorial Car Show

The Fallen Trooper Memorial Car Show had something for just about everyone. Photos by author. Being both a retired USMC Sergeant Major and a retired Oregon State Patrolman, Rod Beach of Brooks, Oregon, wanted to do something to honor those who have fallen in the line of duty, whether in military service or in law enforcement and public safety. His dream has been to erect a memorial to the fallen warriors. Memorials are expensive. 1949 Ford custom. Rod is also a car guy. Big time. He’s restore...
Tags: Oregon, Shows, Ford, Portland, Autos, Jaguar, Chevy, Malibu, Eugene, Monte Carlo, Hot Rod, Rod, Salem Oregon, La Salle, Oregon State Patrol, Hemmings Muscle Machines


2019 Skoda Fabia Priced from £12,840 in the UK

The refreshed and thoroughly upgraded 2019 Skoda Fabia will hit the UK showrooms next month. In preparation for that the Czech company announced the official UK pricing and specs of the car, confirming that the new Fabia is still great value for money.  The starting price for the 2019 Skoda Fabia in the UK is £12,840 all in, and for that you get an entry-level Fabia S Hatchback. As before, the Fabia also comes as a estate, but that costs a little bit more, starting from £13,860. All models i...
Tags: UK, Autos, Skoda, Monte Carlo, Evora, TSI, MPI, Skoda Fabia, Fabia, Amundsen, Fabia SE, Fabia SE L, Fabia Monte Carlo, Fabia Colour Edition, Estate Engine Recommended OTR Fabia S


Toward a predictive theory of correlated materials

Correlated electron materials display a rich variety of notable properties ranging from unconventional superconductivity to metal-insulator transitions. These properties are of interest from the point of view of applications but are hard to treat theoretically, as they result from multiple competing energy scales. Although possible in more weakly correlated materials, theoretical design and spectroscopy of strongly correlated electron materials have been a difficult challenge for many years. By ...
Tags: Science, Monte Carlo


Confinement transition of Z2 gauge theories coupled to massless fermions: Emergent quantum chromodynamics and SO(5) symmetry [Physics]

We study a model of fermions on the square lattice at half-filling coupled to an Ising gauge theory that was recently shown in Monte Carlo simulations to exhibit Z2 topological order and massless Dirac fermion excitations. On tuning parameters, a confining phase with broken symmetry (an antiferromagnet in one choice...
Tags: Monte Carlo, Dirac


Monaco on the Cheap: 7 Ways to save on the French Riviera

Much like Switzerland, Monaco is far from heralded as a budget destination in Europe. And with good reason. Nestled on the spendy French Riviera, Monaco is overflowing with glitz and glamor from fancy restaurants to million dollar yachts docked on the harbor. It certainly can’t compete with Spain, Portugal, or Slovenia when it comes to value for euros spent. But all things considered, this tiny principality known for its glamorous casinos, the Grand Prix, and Princess Grace (may she rest in peac...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Budget, France, Slovenia, Monaco, Nice, Grace, Old Town, Beausoleil, Monte Carlo, Cheapos, New York JFK, French Riviera, Rose Garden, Menton


8 Beautiful Scenic Drives You Should Not Miss Out

Europe is a truly beautiful place, featuring some of the most varied landscapes you’ll find in the world. From mountains to beach front roads and snow capped regions – you can find it all right here. So, if you’re considering a road trip around scenic Europe, why not consider one of our below driving routes for a trip of a lifetime? Whether it’s for a week or a weekend, there’s something for everyone – just make sure you’re properly prepared. This road trip planning guide from RAC is a good star...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Sweden, Germany, RAC, Norway, Iceland, Cannes, Travel Articles, World Heritage, Monte Carlo, Reykjavik Iceland, Black Forest, Kerry Ireland, High Coast, Iveragh Peninsula


Race Wrap-Up! Funny Car Chaos at Amarillo Dragway

Funny Car Chaos is quickly gaining popularity with its broad appeal, no-rules, run-whatcha-brung package and is attracting Funny Cars of all types from across the country to compete for more than $25,000 in guaranteed prize money. A fresh and new addition to the drag-racing entertainment stable, this was just the third edition of Funny Car Chaos since its birth in the fall of 2017. Amarillo marked the second of four stops on the 2018 tour. Funny Car Chaos brought its nitro-powered circus to town...
Tags: Texas, News, New Mexico, Bill, Midwest, Amarillo, Daytona, Hemi, Reno Nevada, Monte Carlo, Greenberg, Chickasha Oklahoma, Stringer, Lubbock Texas, Singleton, NHRA Top Fuel


Week To Wicked: Jegs 1987 Monte Carlo SS Aerocoupe – Day Five Build Recap – It Lives!!

The final day of our weeklong transformation of Jegs’ 1987 Monte Carlo SS Aerocoupe was a long one, as is typical with our Week To Wicked builds. After all, when you’re replacing just about every mechanical part on a car there are bound to be setbacks and things you need to figure out. There are also far more little things that need to be handled than it seems. It’s the automotive equivalent of “death by a thousand cuts” where dozens of small tasks, none requiring much time, pile up into a very ...
Tags: Facebook, California, EFI, Engine, Gm, Chevy, Nascar, Canton, Currie, Monte Carlo, ATK, Baer, Dale Earnhardt, Mickey Thompson, Monte Carlo Aerocoupe, Project Vehicles


Celebrity Drive: Pedro Martinez, Baseball Hall of Famer and MLB Network Analyst

Quick Stats: Pedro Martinez, Hall of Famer/MLB Network analyst Daily Driver: 2017 Range Rover (Pedro’s rating: 8 on a scale of 1 to 10) Other cars: See below Favorite road trip: Helena to Great Falls, MT Car he learned to drive in: Chevrolet Monte Carlo First car bought: 1993 Toyota Celica GT Although Pedro Martinez is a three-time Cy Young Award winner and World Series champion, this Boston Red Sox legend recalls the day he picked up his 1993 Toyota Celica GT during his rookie year more vividly...
Tags: Florida, New York, Montana, Boston, NFL, Los Angeles, Alaska, Ferrari, Mlb, Miami, States, Boston Red Sox, Nascar, Red Sox, Dominican Republic, Santo Domingo