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Conductor Grant Llewellyn, Late Of North Carolina Symphony, Makes His Way Back From A Stroke

Last summer, back home in Wales after completing his 16-year term in Raleigh, he suffered what turned out to be a three-day stroke that severely impaired the use of his right arm and leg. After a month’s hospitalization and six months of physical therapy, though he can’t hold a baton, he is back working with the Orchestre national de Bretagne, his ensemble in Rennes, France. “The irony of my situation is that I can conduct Beethoven symphonies but I can’t get out of bed. I can’t tie my shoelace...
Tags: Art, Music, Wales, Beethoven, Raleigh, Rennes France, 06.11.21


US fund leads takeover of struggling Ligue 2 club Caen

Rennes (France) (AFP) – US investment fund Oaktree Capital and French TV and video producer Pierre-Antoine Capton said on Monday they had taken over struggling Ligue 2 club Caen. A press release by the new... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: US, Sport, Soccer, Caen, Afp, Ligue, Oaktree Capital, Rennes France, Pierre Antoine Capton


US fund leads takeover of struggliung Lige 2 Caen

Rennes (France) (AFP) – US investment fund Oaktree Capital and French TV and video producer Pierre-Antoine Capton said on Monday they had taken over struggling Ligue 2 club Caen. A press release by the new... Visit http://www.majorleaguesoccertalk.com for the rest of the story.
Tags: US, Sport, Soccer, Caen, Afp, Ligue, Oaktree Capital, Rennes France, Pierre Antoine Capton, Lige


Helping women grow professionally across France

For many of us, the word “entrepreneur” brings to mind a certain type of person: someone young, assertive and probably male. But plenty of entrepreneurs don’t identify with any of those descriptions. Anne-Cécile, a middle-aged woman from Rennes, France, has always been a creative type, with a passion for handcrafting bracelets made of miyuki pearls. When she found herself unemployed at 52, she wanted to try something completely different: selling her products online. But she didn’t know where to...
Tags: Google, Europe, France, Southeast Asia, Montpellier, Nancy, Saint Etienne France, Karine, Rennes France, Google in Europe, Anne Cécile, Grow With Google, Kristell Rivaille, Nancy Rennes Montpellier, Terres Indigènes Karine, Anne Cécile Karine


Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s celebration vs Rennes goes viral

Aubameyang dons superhero mask in celebration Arsenal striker Pierre-Emerick Aubameyang’s superhero-inspired celebration against Rennes certainly caught the eye of football fans on Thursday night. Arsenal and Aubameyang had it all to do in the return leg of this fascinating tie. The Gunners suffered an embarrassing 3-1 defeat to Rennes away from home with Unai Emery’s side looking on the brink of going out. However, they had the chance to redeem themselves at the Emirates and did just that. RE...
Tags: Sport, Soccer, Arsenal, Emirates, Uefa, Aaron Ramsey, Batman, Europa League, Rennes, Sead Kolasinac, Aubameyang, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, Unai Emery, Julian Finney Getty, Ainsley Maitland Niles, Roazhon Park


Arsenal hold talks with Rennes over Ismaila Sarr transfer

Arsenal press on with summer transfer plans Arsenal reportedly held talks with Rennes over the potential transfer of starlet Ismaila Sarr after their Europa League clash last week. Sarr has taken the footballing world by storm over the past few months or so. The Senegalese winger has impressed both in Ligue 1 and in the Europa League. He particularly impressed when facing off against Arsenal last Thursday where he scored in the 88th minute. Besides that, he has scored four goals in eight Europa...
Tags: France, Sport, Soccer, Arsenal, Emirates, Uefa, Europa League, Henrikh Mkhitaryan, Rennes, Pierre Emerick Aubameyang, Ligue, Julian Finney Getty, Roazhon Park, Sarr, Stade Rennais, Rennes France


MVRDV to dramatically revitalize Frances historic Palais du Commerce

Dutch design firm MVRDV has won a competition to renovate and expand the historic Palais du Commerce in Rennes, France. The impressive 19th century palace had once served multiple public functions but now suffers from disconnect with current civic life. Working in collaboration with co-architects Bernard Desmoulin for developers Frey and Engie Avenue, MVRDV plans to reactivate the former public building and transform it into an inviting mixed-use destination that will serve as the centerpiece o...
Tags: Transparency, Design, France, Germany, Architecture, Gallery, Urban Design, Commerce, Expansion, Palace, Historic Preservation, Rennes, Place De La République, Carousel Showcase, Green Renovation, Adaptive Reuse


"These delightful street 'carpets' by artist Arthur-Louis Ignoré (or Ali) of Rennes, France, overlays beautiful, abstract representations over an existing urban context..."

Treehugger reports — without more detail on that name "Ignoré." The word translates as "unknown." I assume it, like the acronym "Ali," are assumed names, chosen for a reason. I'd like more detail. Look at the photographs of the artwork at the link and weave your theories.Note: It should be "overlay," not "overlays." And "overlay... over" is bad. A post shared by Ali (@arthur_louis_ignore) on May 31, 2018 at 10:00am PDT [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Art, Law, Names, Ali, Ann Althouse, Rennes France, Arthur Louis Ignoré


Fred Augis

Fred Augis is a concept artist and illustrator based in Rennes, France. His gaming credits include titles like Prey, Life is Strange, Remember Me and Strike Vector. His online example art includes character design, and in particular, numerous spacesuit designs. These range from realistically rendered to nicely graphic and gestural.  
Tags: Art, Rennes France, Concept & Visual Dev, Fred Augis


Study highlights association of obesity with fecal incontinence in spina bifida patients

In the November 2017 issue of Diseases of the Colon and Rectum, Dr. Charlène Brochard and her colleagues from a spina bifida referral center in Rennes, France, report on the frequency of intestinal problems in 26- to 45-year-old patients with spina bifida.
Tags: Health, Rennes France, Charlène Brochard


Control of the unfolded protein response in health and disease

Information generated by screening tools, readily available therapies and potential pathways to drug development are the cornerstone of informed clinical research and clinical trial design. In a new review in the August 2017 issue of SLAS Discovery (formerly the Journal of Biomolecular Screening), authors Eric Chevet, Ph.D., of Inserm U1242 (Rennes, France) et al. analyze the recent literature and review the impact of unfolded protein response (UPR) in health and disease.
Tags: Science, UPR, Rennes France, Eric Chevet


Hackers Can Spoof Phone Numbers, Track Users Via 4G VoLTE Mobile Technology

An anonymous reader writes: "A team of researchers from French company P1 Security has detailed a long list of issues with the 4G VoLTE telephony, a protocol that has become quite popular all over the world in recent years and is currently in use in the US, Asia, and most European countries," reports Bleeping Computer. Researchers say they identified several flaws in the VoLTE protocol (a mixture of LTE and VoIP) that allow an attacker to spoof anyone's phone number and place phone calls under n...
Tags: Tech, IMSI, US Asia, Rennes France, Bleeping Computer Researchers


Custom Bikes Of The Week: 9 April, 2017

Three flavors of Honda this week: A race-rep from France, a new wave cafe from Kuala Lumpur, and an insane CR500 tracker from England. Plus the latest Moto Guzzi from Germany’s Kaffeemaschine and a drop-dead gorgeous BMW R80 from Spain. Olé! Honda CR500 by Thornton Hundred Motorcycles There’s just something about a stonking mad creation that makes me smile. And this CR500 tracker from England’s Thornton Hundred Motorcycles has me grinning like a Cheshire cat. With barely 100 kilos to shove ...
Tags: England, France, Germany, Southeast Asia, Singapore, Spain, Motorcycles, Kuala Lumpur, Raphael, Bmw, Honda, Madrid, Le Mans, Hamburg, Cheshire, Jamie


Custom Bikes Of The Week: 16 April, 2017

Three flavors of Honda this week: A race-rep from France, a new wave cafe from Kuala Lumpur, and an insane CR500 tracker from England. Plus the latest Moto Guzzi from Germany’s Kaffeemaschine and a drop-dead gorgeous BMW R80 from Spain. Olé! Honda CR500 by Thornton Hundred Motorcycles There’s just something about a stonking mad creation that makes me smile. And this CR500 tracker from England’s Thornton Hundred Motorcycles has me grinning like a Cheshire cat. With barely 100 kilos to shove ...
Tags: England, France, Germany, Southeast Asia, Singapore, Spain, Motorcycles, Kuala Lumpur, Raphael, Bmw, Honda, Madrid, Le Mans, Hamburg, Cheshire, Jamie


Louis Vuitton x Jeff Koons Collaboration: The Tiger Hunt by Rubens

Masters – A collaboration between Louis Vuitton and artist Jeff Koons, remixes the iconic artworks of the old masters and presents them in a way that encourages new interpretations. Jeff Koons has brought imagery from his long-standing “Gazing Ball” paintings – a series of large-scale hand-painted reproductions of works by the Old Masters – to a range of Louis Vuitton products. Having the names of the artists in reflective type is in a way performing a function like the gazing ball in the “Gazin...
Tags: Europe, Fashion, England, US, Spain, House, Italy, Bavaria, Jeff Koons, Louis Vuitton, Monogram, Leonardo da Vinci, Rubens, Musée des Beaux Arts, Peter Paul Rubens, Rennes France


Projet étudiant : Les Petits Eteigneurs de Valérian, Maxime et Pierre

Valérian Henry, Maxime Kerneis et Pierre Brongniart, trois étudiants de la EESAB (Ecole Européenne Supérieurs d’Art de Bretagne à Rennes, France) présentent Les Petits Eteigneurs, une série de petits objets ayant pour but d’éteindre les bougies réalisés à l’occasion d’un Workshop pour Alessi. Description du projet par les trois étudiants : Le sujet proposé pour ce workshop nous a invité à porter notre attention de designer sur des objets de petite échelle qui remplissent une fonction simple et...
Tags: Books, Pierre, Alessi, Rennes France, Maxime Kerneis, Pierre Brongniart, Les Petits Eteigneurs de Valérian Maxime, Valérian Henry Maxime Kerneis, Valérian Henry Plus, Pierre Brongniart Retrouvez


Eyewitness: Rennes, France

Photographs from the Eyewitness series Continue reading...
Tags: Europe, France, World news, Migration, Refugees, Rennes France


Studying abroad as a girl of color

Photo: Saint Louis University Madrid Campus As a black girl who has spent the past year studying in Rennes, France, I’m going to set the record straight for all the black girls who are thinking about studying abroad. Here’s what you need to know if you are even considering going: 1. Where you choose to study might be less prejudice than where you live now. After arriving in France, I was pleasantly surprised to live in a community that was less prejudice than where I lived in NYC. The blac...
Tags: Travel, France, Racism, Glasgow, Prejudice, Studying Abroad, Madrid, Fetish, People Of Color, Black Girl, All, Saint Louis University, POC, Exotic, Rennes France


ROLAND JONES - ANNA WITH DIZ NIGGUZ (SOON COME) VIDEO IN DESCRIPTIONNNNN

Memphis producer ROLAND JONES joins the lineup of Rennes, France label CINDYS TAPES with this solid new single. Stream “ANNA WITH DIZ NIGGUZ” + catch a teaser video for JONES’ forthcoming project for the label below. (in post ROLAND JONES - “ANNA WITH DIZ NIGGUZ” from Marcel's Music Journal . More by this artist at )
Tags: Music, Memphis, Marcel, Roland Jones, Rennes France


The Flying Box Villa - Architect Josué...

The Flying Box Villa - Architect Josué Gillet’s studio 2A Design used shipping containers to built this prefabricated house on a tiny plot in a rural village next to Rennes, France. (Want more? See NOTCOT.org and NOTCOT.com) [Author: submitted]
Tags: Design, Submitted, Josue, Rennes France


Stream Fange Purge

Fange hail from Rennes, France, but their vision of metal relies on touchstones from elsewhere. Their lurching rhythm section recalls thoroughly American sludge bands like Eyehategod, but you could just as easily trace their lineage to Stockholm, Sweden. Guitarist Benjamin Moreau's got a penchant for staccato riffing and the famed HM-2 distortion pedal, … More »
Tags: Music, Mp3s, Album Stream, Eyehategod, Stockholm Sweden, Rennes France


Porvair Sciences to demonstrate sample preparation products for Lab Automation facilities at ELRIG Symposium

Porvair Sciences has announced it has chosen the ELRIG Symposium in Rennes, France (3-4th May 2016) to demonstrate its latest products that enable Lab Automation facilities to optimise sample preparation and improve productivity.
Tags: Porvair Sciences, Rennes France


OpenGate closes buy of Bois & Matériaux

OpenGate Capital said Tuesday it completed its buy of Bois & Matériaux. Wolseley plc is the seller. Financial terms weren’t announced but OpenGate said it is investing 25 million euros ($27.5 million) into the B&M business. Paris-based Bois is a business-to-business distributor of building materials in France. PRESS RELEASE LOS ANGELES & PARIS–(BUSINESS WIRE)–OpenGate Capital, a global private equity firm, announced today that it has completed the acquisition of the France-based business, Bois ...
Tags: Europe, France, US, Los Angeles, Paris, Wolseley, North America, Northern France, Sao Paulo Brazil, Los Angeles California, Bois, PE Deals, OpenGate Capital, OpenGate Capital OpenGate Capital, New York Paris France, Bois Matériaux