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‘The Eddy’ Trailer: Damien Chazelle Once Again Asks, “Ya Like Jazz?”

You may already know this, but Damien Chazelle is a big fan of jazz. His movies Whiplash and La La Land are chock-full of jazz, baby, and he’s not ashamed to keep those sweet, sweet jazz tunes swinging into his next project – The Eddy. The Netflix series was created by Chazelle, who also directs some episodes, and follows a once-celebrated jazz pianist played by André Holland who owns a struggling jazz club in Paris. Watch The Eddy trailer below. The Eddy Trailer I know Damien Chazelle ...
Tags: Movies, Netflix, Paris, Damien Chazelle, Elliot, Eddy, Farid, La La Land, Andre Holland, TV Trailer, Chazelle, Glen Ballard, The Eddy, New York Elliot Udo André Holland, Maja Joanna Kulig As Elliot, Farid Tahar Rahim


Netflix’s The Eddy Limited Series Teaser & Key Art Released

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Netflix’s The Eddy Limited Series Teaser & Key Art Released Netflix has released the official teaser for the limited series The Eddy, a musical drama created by Academy Award winner Damien Chazelle (La La Land), Alan Poul, Glen Ballard, and Jack Thorne and set to launch on May 8, along with the official soundtrack via Arista Records, featuring original music from the show. You can check out the teaser in the player below as well as the key art in the gallery! RELATED: Trai...
Tags: Video, TV, Movies, Netflix, Paris, TV News, Streaming, Elliot, Eddy, Jack Thorne, Marc Maron, Farid, Melissa George, ComingSoon, Arista Records, Glen Ballard


Theater: ‘Home’ finds its heart in the humans that occupy a dwelling

Ask someone to draw a picture of a house, and chances are you’ll get a line drawing that is a box topped with a triangle. But ask that same person to illustrate a home, and it’ll take them a bit longer to figure out how to put pen to paper. “House” and “home” are sometimes used interchangeably. Yet, they have divergent associations and meanings. That’s what Geoff Sobelle noticed as he was deep into the development process for the collaborative performance piece that he named “Home.” “It’s a lit...
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On the trail of African American writers and artists in Paris

Some of the 20th century's most celebrated African American writers and artists escaped oppressive racism in America and blossomed in the City of Light to become trailblazers of literary and artistic expression. Visitors can visit some of their favorite spots in Paris.
Tags: America, Cnn, Paris


A Trip Through New York City in 1911: Vintage Video of NYC Gets Colorized & Revived with Artificial Intelligence

Denis Shirayev is at it again! The man who only a few weeks ago put one of the most famous pieces of film history--the Lumiere Bros. footage of a train arriving at La Ciotat station--through a neural network to bring it “to life,” so to speak, has turned to another fascinating slice of history. For his next installment, he has taken footage of New York City daily life in 1911, eight minutes of tram rides, horse-drawn wagons, the elevated train, and the rush of crowded streets, and applie...
Tags: Google, Film, College, New York City, History, Artificial Intelligence, Paris, Manhattan, Brooklyn Bridge, Facebook Twitter, KCRW, Ted Mills, La Ciotat, Guy Jones, Svenska Biografteatern, Lumiere Brothers


If Bernie Sanders thinks Cuba is worth defending, he should talk to gay dissidents | Aaron Hicklin

Sanders is no homophobe – he was among the few to vote against Clinton’s Defense of Marriage Act. Still, he is wrong to defend CubaI remember visiting Havana in 2015 and browsing the book stalls around the Plaza de Armas. From a distance they looked inviting – like those you see along the Seine in Paris. But up close it became apparent that we were being duped. The books were standard issue hagiographies of Che Guevara and Fidel Castro, alongside the occasional biography of “Papa” Hemingway. Lik...
Tags: Americas, World news, Joe Biden, US foreign policy, US news, US politics, Paris, Cuba, Fidel Castro, South Carolina, Havana, Che Guevara, Bernie Sanders, Clinton, Seine, Sanders


Christian Louboutin Exhibition(niste)

As a longtime shoe freak, I almost couldn’t contain my excitement when I read about the first ever exhibition about Christian Louboutin. Monday was the press opening and I went to the exhibition space with baited breath. First off, I love the name of the exhibition, Christian Louboutin Exhibition(niste), and the tongue in cheek (iste) on the end is so clever because walking through the show you find out what a showman Louboutin is.   I thought it was an odd choice that the exhibition is i...
Tags: Travel, Fashion, Aretha Franklin, New York Times, Paris, David Lynch, Dita Von Teese, Christian Louboutin, PAUL, Louboutin, Pigalle, Museums/Galleries/Exhibits, Richard Nahem, Musee des Decoratifs, Christian Louboutin Exhibition, Palais de la Port Doree


Heathrow third runway ruled illegal over climate change

Appeal court says decision to give go-ahead not consistent with Paris agreementPlans for a third runway at Heathrow airport have been ruled illegal by the court of appeal because ministers did not adequately take into account the government’s climate change commitments.The ruling is a major blow to the project at a time when public concern about the climate emergency is rising fast and the government has set a target in law of net zero emissions by 2050. The prime minister, Boris Johnson, could ...
Tags: Law, Climate Change, UK News, Paris, Air transport, Heathrow, Transport, Heathrow third runway, Airline Industry, Travel and transport, Boris Johnson, Court of appeal, Heathrow Airport, Paris Climate Agreement


One slide, multiple views

SlideMagic can change the way a slide looks at the touch of a button:Aspect ratio, going back and forth between 16:9 and 4:3Background colour: between dark and lightExplanation panel: with or without a side box with space for text for when you are not there to explain the slide in personIn traditional presentation software, this can be cumbersome to do. The software is not to blame, it is by design. If you give the user full flexibility about how to place images, size shapes, and colours she can...
Tags: Paris, Speaking, SlideMagic


Paris Apartment Tour

Today we are exploring a gorgeous Paris Apartment. There is something so romantic about Paris... The post Paris Apartment Tour appeared first on COCOCOZY. [[ This is a content summary only. Visit my website for full links, other content, and more! ]]
Tags: Books, Paris


It’s 2 a.m. at the Louvre, and You’re Hanging With Leonardo

The Paris museum opened its doors around the clock to give more people the chance to see the blockbuster show about the Renaissance master in its final weekend.
Tags: Art, News, Paris, Louvre, Da Vinci, Leonardo, Louvre Museum, Paris (France


Demi Moore wows in show-stopping princess gown and ultra-long hairstyle

Demi Moore totally stole the show at a glitzy fashion party in Paris on Wednesday evening!...
Tags: Paris, Demi Moore


Q&A With Veteran Underground Hip Hop Duo Double Barrel

We are extremely excited to have featured your latest album “Locked N Loaded”, being a Hip Hop group we never heard of, we are extremely honored to have promoted your music through UGHHBLOG! Please tell us who is Double Barrel? Where are you from? Give us some background on your group name? Double Barrel is a new hip hop duo from the Midwest consisting of emcee Hub City and producer/scratch deejay, DJ M•ROK. Our name is about two forces coming together to give people a powerful blast of dope hi...
Tags: UK, San Francisco, ROK, Paris, Jazz, Ohio, Imf, Bay Area, Midwest, Hub, Half Moon Bay, Hub City, Rakim, Q&A Interviews, El Da Sensei, Double Barrel


French-born pastry maker brings a taste of Paris to St. Paul's Frogtown

Marc Heu moved to Minnesota for love. Now he's turning the corner of Western and University avenues into a pastry destination.
Tags: Minnesota, University, Paris, PAUL, Frogtown, Marc Heu


Gwyneth Paltrow, star of 'Contagion,' is taking her coronavirus worries seriously

Gwyneth Paltrow isn't taking any risks. On her way to Paris, the actress posted a picture to Instagram showing herself taking precaution against the coronavirus.
Tags: Cnn, Paris, Gwyneth Paltrow


How France Invented a Popular, Profitable Internet of Its Own in the 80s: The Rise and Fall of Minitel

"When I get back from school I basically barricade myself in the apartment and never go out at night," says the narrator of Michel Houellebecq's Les Particules élémentaires. "Sometimes I go on the Minitel and check out the sex sites, that's about it." Here those reading the English translation of the novel (in this case Frank Wynne's, called Atomised) will tilt their heads: the "Minitel"? Though he writes more or less realistic novels, Houellebecq does come out with the occasional scienc...
Tags: Google, Technology, College, France, US, America, History, BBC News, Atlantic, United Kingdom, Paris, Guardian, Seoul, Michel Houellebecq, Frank Wynne, Facebook Twitter


Inside the world's largest gem show

Far from the jewelry workshops of Paris and the showrooms of the world's most rarefied auction houses, a capital of sparkle has developed in the American southwest.
Tags: News, Paris, Stories


Gwyneth Paltrow Dons Face Mask In ‘Panicked’ Plane Pic Warning Of Coronavirus

The Goop founder posted a selfie on a flight to Paris and joked about her 2011 film "Contagion."
Tags: News, Paris


It’s 2 a.m. at the Louvre, and You’re Hanging With da Vinci

The Paris museum opened its doors around the clock to give more people the chance to see the blockbuster show about the Renaissance master in its final weekend.
Tags: Art, News, Paris, Louvre, Da Vinci, Leonardo, Louvre Museum, Paris (France


Photographer Daniel Arnold visits the center and sidelines of the world's largest gem show

Far from the jewelry workshops of Paris and the showrooms of the world's most rarefied auction houses, a capital of sparkle has developed in the American southwest.
Tags: Cnn, Paris, Daniel Arnold


From east Paris to world fame -- how imagination and travel fueled Christian Louboutin's success

Christian Louboutin is CNN Style's new guest editor. The French shoe designer talks imagination, travel and embracing the unknown.
Tags: Cnn, Paris, Christian Louboutin


Coronavirus: WHO says more new cases outside China every day than inside - live updates

More than 80,000 cases worldwide as impact on financial markets continues and UK schools told not to shut over infection fears. Follow live news UK: schools to shut and travel curbs planned if virus spreadsTell us: have you been affected by the coronavirus?What is coronavirus and what should I do if I have symptoms? 12.25pm GMT Facebook is banning ads that promise to cure coronavirus or incite panic around the outbreak in its latest attempt to prevent misinformation, PA Media reports. The te...
Tags: Facebook, UK, Science, France, China, World news, Medical Research, Infectious Diseases, Paris, Who, Pitie Salpetriere, PA Media, Coronavirus outbreak


‘World Beyond,’ ‘Upload,’ ‘Trying’ Set for Canneseries

PARIS  —  AMC’s “The Walking Dead: World Beyond,” Amazon Prime’s “Upload,” and Apple TV’s “Trying” will make their international premieres at the 3rd edition of Canneseries, which will run from March 27 to April 1. The Riviera-set fest will host tributes to David Hasselhoff (“Baywatch”), “Sharp Object” and “Euphoria” breakout Sydney Sweeney, and “Transparent” star Judith […]
Tags: News, Amc, Global, Apple TV, Paris, Markets & Festivals, Riviera, David Hasselhoff, Judith, Canneseries, Sydney Sweeney


Concern over Italian fans’ visit to France after virus outbreak

Paris (AFP) – French politicians have voiced concerns around fans of Italian side Juventus travelling to Lyon for Wednesday’s Champions League tie due to the coronavirus outbreak in Italy. Former presidential candidate Segolene Royal, far-right... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: France, Sport, Soccer, Paris, Italy, Juventus, Lyon, Afp, Segolene Royal


The ’90s Called and Wants to Applaud Joe Keery For His New Chunky Blond Highlights

We've said adios to Joe Keery's brunette shaggy hair (and brief bowl cut) and hello to his new, and equally daring, chunky highlights. Back in September, Keery cut his gravity-defying coif into a grown-up bowl cut - possibly for his role in forthcoming movie Free Guy - and fans were devastated with the loss. But 2020 is a new year, and for Keery, it signals another striking hair change. This time, it came in the form of chunky blond highlights, flashing back to every '90s boyband. The Strange...
Tags: Highlights, Beauty, Paris, Keery, Beauty News, Celebrity Beauty, Celebrity Hair, Maika Monroe, Blonde, Blonde Hair, Joe Keery, Free Guy


The '90s Called and Want to Applaud Joe Keery For His New Chunky Blond Highlights

We've said adios to Joe Keery's brunette shaggy hair (and brief bowl cut) and hello to his new, and equally daring, chunky highlights. Back in September, Keery cut his gravity-defying coif into a grown-up bowl cut - possibly for his role in forthcoming movie Free Guy - and fans were devastated with the loss. But 2020 is a new year, and for Keery, it signals another striking hair change. This time, it came in the form of chunky blond highlights, flashing back to every '90s boy band. The Strang...
Tags: Highlights, Beauty, Paris, Keery, Beauty News, Celebrity Beauty, Celebrity Hair, Maika Monroe, Blonde, Blonde Hair, Joe Keery, Free Guy


France has recorded its first death from the coronavirus, as infections spread further across Europe

A 60-year-old was urgently admitted to a Paris hospital on Tuesday night and died overnight, France's health minister said.
Tags: Europe, Science, France, Paris


Five ties to watch in the Europa League

Paris (AFP) – Three English clubs and both Celtic and Rangers are hoping to secure places in the last 16 of the Europa League this week, while former European Cup winners Ajax and Inter Milan... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: Sport, Ajax, Soccer, Paris, Rangers, Europa League, Afp, Inter Milan Visit


Buddhist Monk and Famed Dissident Thich Quang Do Dies at Age 91

(HANOI, Vietnam) — Thich Quang Do, a Buddhist monk who became the public face of religious dissent in Vietnam while the Communist government kept him in prison or under house arrest for more than 20 years, has died at age 91. Do, who died Saturday in Ho Chi Minh City, was the highest leader of the banned Unified Buddhist Church of Vietnam, which has constantly tangled with the government over issues of religious freedom and human rights. He suffered for many years from diabetes, a heart con...
Tags: New York, News, Uncategorized, International, Paris, Vietnam, Human Rights Watch, Ho Chi Minh City, Hanoi, Saigon, Communist Party, The Associated Press, Foreign Ministry, U S Congress, South Vietnam, U N Working Group on Arbitrary Detention


Outdoor heaters: Paris campaigners want them banned

A campaign is underway in Paris to ban heaters due to concerns about their electricity use.
Tags: Science, Paris