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Warum ich Freund:innen in Sachen Geld nicht mehr anlüge

Ich fühle mich meinen Freund:innen immer dann am nächsten, wenn ich bemerke, dass sie sich wohl genug in meiner Gegenwart fühlen, um mir anzuvertrauen, dass sie gerade etwas knapp bei Kasse sind. Als wir zum Beispiel vor Ausbruch der Pandemie über Flüge und Unterkünfte für eine Gruppenreise sprachen, gab eine Freundin zu, dass sie mit dem Kauf ihrer Tickets länger warten wollte, weil ihr die Preise zu diesem Zeitpunkt zu hoch waren. Eine andere fand meine Auswahl an Airbnbs gut, weil a...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Solange, Mir, Aber, Freundin, Wasser, Freund, Kohle, Personen, Geld, Strategie, Kasse, Erfahrung, Augenblick, Reise


Tina Knowles-Lawson Compares Blue Ivy to a Young Solange in Adorable Dance Class Video

Tina Knowles-Lawson shared a cute video of her granddaughter Blue Ivy Carter in dance class, saying she "looks like Solange dancing at this age."
Tags: Solange, Tina Knowles Lawson, Compares Blue Ivy


„Warum zahlst du mir Geld für getragene Slips?“, frage ich meinen besten „Kunden“

Ich fing schon an der Uni damit an, mir als Domina nebenbei ein bisschen Geld zu verdienen: Ich verkaufte auf Reddit meine Slips und Schuhe an Männer. Eine Findom (kurz für „financial dominatrix“, also „finanzielle Domina“) zu sein, war für mich aber eher ein Nebenjob als ein ausgewachsener Lifestyle. Ein bisschen extra Cash und das gelegentliche Macht-High zwischendurch? Immer her damit. Bis heute! Momentan habe ich ein regelmäßiges „Zahlschwein“ (ein „paypig“ – also einen Mann, der sich mir...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Reddit, Solange, Online Stores, Georgina, Mann, Dom, Ganz, Wunsch, Frau, Immer, Domina, Flaschen, Geldautomaten, Macht


Exclusive I Spit on Your Grave Clips For the New 3-Disc Collector’s Edition

BEGIN SLIDESHOW Exclusive I Spit on Your Grave Clips For the New 3-Disc Collector’s Edition ComingSoon.net has three exclusive clips for the new I Spit on Your Grave three-disc Collector’s Edition Blu-ray box set from Ronin Flix. You can check out the clips below along with the box art in the gallery, and pre-order your copy of the Collector’s Edition by clicking here! PB = PB || {}; PB.gptStandAlone = PB.gptStandAlone || {}; PB.gptAutoRe...
Tags: Videos, Movies, Horror, Solange, North America, Camille, Jennifer, Meir, Special Features, Movie News, Joe Bob Briggs, Michael Gingold, Meir Zarchi, Meagan Navarro, Camille Keaton, Beck Woods


Shudder December 2020 Schedule Includes Creepshow Holiday Special

Shudder December 2020 Schedule Includes Creepshow Holiday Special The list for the new Shudder December 2020 movies and TV titles have been released, which you can now view below along with the streaming service’s new Holiday content. This includes an upcoming holiday-themed special episode for Creepshow titled “Shapeshifters Anonymous,” which is written and directed by showrunner Greg Nicotero. “The Spirit of Christmas is alive and well in true ​Creepshow f​ashion,” Nicotero said in a state...
Tags: UK, TV, Movies, US, TV News, Santa Claus, Solange, Chris Miller, Jackson, Eli Roth, Bram Stoker, Darcy, Bob Clark, Alamo Drafthouse, Greg Nicotero, Nicotero


Schönheitsideale bei Schwarzen: Die Beauty-Branche hasst meine breite Nase. Wie ich lernte, sie trotzdem zu akzeptieren

Über die letzten Jahrzehnte hinweg hat sich in der Beauty- und Modebranche viel zugunsten der Schwarzen Community und Ästhetik getan. Breite Hüften, fülligere Schenkel und pralle Hintern werden nicht mehr geächtet, sondern beneidet; für vollere Lippen musst du inzwischen nicht mal mehr zum Beauty-Doc, sondern kannst sie dir mit ein paar Produkten im Nu zu Hause zaubern. Sogar klassische Schwarze Haarstyles wie Braids oder Dreadlocks haben in Mainstream-Haarsalons und auf den Köpfen weißer Frauen...
Tags: Fashion, Music, London, Rihanna, Vogue, Dubai, Solange, Jourdan Dunn, Welt, Ganz, Zeitschriften, Hause, Branche, Meinung, Satoshi Kanazawa, Schenkel


The Giallo Films of 1978

Continuing this week’s theme of 1978 movies, here we’ll cover two Giallo films of that era. Giallos have been a recurring topic during the Six Weeks of Halloween for the last decade or so. As such, I’ve already covered the origins and several iterations of the sub-genre. The real golden age of Giallos was in the early 1970s. The genre was running out of steam in 1975 when Dario Argento put out Deep Red, which reinvigorated things for a few years. Even then, by 1978, Giallos were at the tail end ...
Tags: Movies, China, Solange, Venice, Lucio Fulci, Blu Ray, Dario Argento, Riz Ortolani, Kaedrin, Testi, 6 Weeks of Halloween, Giallos, Fabio Testi, 1978 Project, New York Ripper, Argento Tenebre


New Streaming Service Alert: Arrow Will Focus on Cult Cinema; Edgar Wright Recommends Some Favorites

Heads up, Shudder: there’s a new competitor in the world of niche genre streaming. Arrow Video, the distribution company that focuses on cult, classic, and horror cinema, is getting into the streaming service space by launching their own streaming service on October 1, 2020. Shudder, the streaming service which had sort of cornered the market on horror, may have some significant and direct competition in that arena, and Arrow’s cheap monthly price (it’s cheaper than Disney+) should be awfully e...
Tags: Movies, Horror, Disney, Solange, North America, Arrow, Edgar Wright, Hellraiser, Gore, Soho, Wright, Texas Chain Saw Massacre, Henri Georges Clouzot, Edgar Wright Shaun, Power Tools, Home Video


Arrow Video Launches New Streaming Service Plus October 2020 Lineup

Arrow Video Launches New Streaming Service Plus October 2020 Lineup Arrow Video, the acclaimed British indie film distributor, is launching a new subscription-based ARROW platform, available in the US and Canada beginning October 1. Building on the success of the Arrow Video Channel and expanding its availability across multiple devices and countries, ARROW boasts a selection of cult classics, hidden gems, and iconic horror films, all curated by the Arrow Video team. PB...
Tags: UK, Movies, Horror, US, Canada, Streaming, Solange, Arrow, Edgar Wright, Gore, Henri Georges Clouzot, ComingSoon, Movie News, Power Tools, Herschell Gordon Lewis, Arrow Video Channel


#TrackoftheDay: “Cranes in the Sky”

Big JoanieUK (2020) So we begin again. And what better place to pick up where we left off than with this, a Solange cover of “Cranes in the Sky.” The original is great with its strings (Synths? My half-deaf self can’t tell anymore.) because you know I’m a sucker for strings of all sorts. I love how the upbeat words of the original are brought in closer to the music, which here is a finely tuned machine grinding away. I mean…listen to that bass guitar. It could take your face off. E...
Tags: Music, Stimuli, Solange


Songs for Screens: Dev Hynes On Creating His Classical-Inspired Score For HBO’s ‘We Are Who We Are’

For the better part of the last decade, Dev Hynes has been one of the prolific artists in the kind of taste-making pop and R&B that tops critics’ best-of lists and soundtracks five-course meals at your favorite restaurant. In addition to his five albums as Blood Orange, Hynes’ dance card as a writer-producer includes Solange, […]
Tags: Hbo, News, Solange, Blood Orange, Hynes, Dev Hynes, Luca Guadagnino, Music for Screens, Songs for Screens, We Are Who We Are


Big Joanie – “Cranes In The Sky” (Solange Cover)

A couple years ago, the British trio Big Joanie released their debut album, Sistahs, a formidable and impressive album that came about after a few years of the band gestating in the underground. They're working on their follow-up to it now -- set to come out on the punk institution Kill Rock Stars … More »
Tags: Music, Solange, Joanie, Big Joanie


Standing On The Corner – “G-E-T-O-U-T!! The Ghetto”

In the past couple years, the amorphous, genre-imploding Brooklyn collective Standing On The Corner have gained more notoriety thanks to some pretty big collaborations. They had a hand in albums like Earl Sweatshirt's Some Rap Songs, Solange's When I Get Home, and Danny Brown's uknowhatimsayin¿. But they'd already garnered a fair bit of acclaim for … More »
Tags: Music, Brooklyn, Solange, Corner, Danny Brown, Standing on the Corner


Adele Reportedly Teams Up with Raphael Saadiq & John Legend, Wants New Album to be “Full of Soul”

It’s been five years since Adele released 25 and anticipation for her next album is right up there with fans desperately waiting for Rihanna to drop “R9.” While the release date for the superstar’s upcoming fourth album has been delayed due to the coronavirus pandemic, she has reportedly enlisted some musical heavy-hitters to work on the project. According to The Sun, Adele is looking for a soulful sound and has asked R&B producer Raphael Saadiq to oversee her upcoming album. She has also worked...
Tags: Music, Celebs, Instagram, Rihanna, Adele, Pop Culture, Jazz, Raphael, Solange, John, John Legend, Mary J Blige, Whitney Houston, Skepta, Raphael Saadiq, Tony Toni Tone


Lust auf Inspiration? Dann folge diesen Schwarzen Celebrity-Hairstylist*innen

In der folgenden Liste stelle ich dir zehn der bekanntesten, erfolgreichsten Schwarzen Hairstylist*innen vor, die Instagram als Plattform für ihre Kreationen nutzen. Sie zeigen, wie vielseitig Haare gestylt werden können und geben uns tonnenweise Inspiration mit auf den Weg. Zu ihren Musen und Kundinnen zählen Größen wie Zendaya, Zoë Kravitz, Logan Browning und Solange. Wenn du die Styles dieser und anderer Celebritys also schon lange bewundert hast und dich gefragt hast, wer hinter den atembera...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Hollywood, Rihanna, Brooklyn, Alicia Keys, Jamaica, Solange, Johnson, Tracee Ellis Ross, Jourdan Dunn, Naomi Campbell, Stephen, Zendaya, Hamilton, Thompson


10 Black Celebrity Hairstylists You Should Be Following On Instagram

You've donated to the cause, signed the petitions, written to your local government officials demanding change, shopped Black-owned brands, and taken to the streets to protest. If you're looking for more ways to support the Black community and call for racial justice — not just this week, but always — you can also use your Instagram feed to follow, share, and amplify Black creatives who are using their craft to bring much-needed representation to Hollywood and beyond. Ahead, you&apo...
Tags: Hollywood, News, Style, Solange, Black, Zendaya Zoë Kravitz Logan Browning


Severin Films Reveals The Complete Lenzi Baker Giallo Collection

Severin Films reveals The Complete Lenzi Baker Giallo Collection Severin Films is bringing together the complete collaborative works of two cult film legends with The Complete Lenzi Baker Giallo Collection, which includes superlative editions of Orgasmo, So Sweet…So Perverse, A Quiet Place to Kill and Knife of Ice. The announcement trailer for the collection can be viewed in the player below! RELATED: Horrors of Spider Island & More Coming From Severin in May Italian writer/director Umbe...
Tags: Hollywood, London, Movies, America, Paris, Italy, Solange, Dvd, Baker, Gore, Carroll, Golden Globe, Edgar Allen Poe, Carroll Baker, Severin, Riz Ortolani


Abort, retry, fail? How coronavirus is jeopardising music festivals

The 2020 festival season is over – or is it? Some events are trying to postpone until autumn, but the odds aren’t looking goodCoronavirus and culture – a list of major cancellationsCoronavirus – latest updatesSee all our coronavirus coverageFor many in the live music industry, 2020 is over. Big festivals in the UK such as Glastonbury and Download are cancelled. London’s month-long Meltdown festival has shifted to 2021 and the entire lineup – featuring hard-to-obtain stars such as Solange and als...
Tags: Europe, Music, UK, London, Spain, UK News, World news, US news, Culture, Festivals, Music Festivals, Grace Jones, Solange, Glastonbury, David Gray, Coronavirus outbreak


Why we gotta let the people groove

Our arts writer reflects on attending Afropunk with a new appreciation for human encounters, courtesy of the national lockdown The post Why we gotta let the people groove appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Article, Solange, Friday, GoldLink, Lockdown, Morena Leraba, Afropunk, Constitution Hill, South Africa (country, Physical Distancing, Batekoo, Dbn Gogo, Kwani Experience


Kein Platz, keine Ruhe, kein Drehstuhl? Wir lösen deine Home-Office-Probleme

Wenn du normalerweise in einem Büro, einem Geschäft oder im Außendienst arbeitest, ist es ziemlich wahrscheinlich, dass die neue Home-Office-Situation eine kleine Herausforderung für dich darstellt. Der Ort, an dem du sonst relaxt, Chips gegessen, Wein getrunken und genetflixt hast, ist auf einmal zu deinem Arbeitsplatz geworden. Und zwar auf unbestimmte Zeit. Aus Tagen sind mittlerweile Wochen geworden und niemand weiß, wie lange die Krise noch andauern wird – sprich: wie lange du noch vom Sofa...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Solange, Tipps, Morgen, Bett, Wie, Tisch, Zeit, Tagen, Oder, Freund, Beine, Platz, Besser, Victoria Harrison


Ja, Coronavirus-Pornos gibt es wirklich

Die Angst vor dem Coronavirus scheint in alle Bereiche unseres Lebens durchgedrungen zu sein – auch zu unseren Schlafzimmern und den Inkognito-Webbrowsern. Damit will ich sagen: Es ist soweit. Du kannst jetzt sogenannte “Coronavirus-Pornos“ gucken. Einmal Pornhub durchforstet, werden dir mindestens 247 Ergebnisse für Coronavirus angezeigt. In einigen machen Leute in gelben Schutzanzügen rum. In einem anderen versucht einer mit einer Mundschutzmaske seine Partnerin durch ihre Schutzkleid...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Japan, Solange, Wuhan, Tipps, Kontakt, Weg, Wie, Weise, Frau, Loch, Leute, Maske, Pornos, Mundschutz


Dein Horoskop im März – So stehen die Sterne in diesem Monat

Es ist an der Zeit, unsere Sichtweise neu zu bestimmen. Der rückläufige Merkur tritt am 4. März in das Zeichen des zukunftsorientierten Wassermanns und bringt uns Klarheit darüber, wie die Vergangenheit unsere Zukunft beeinflusst. Nimm dir einen Moment Zeit, um zu überlegen, wie du während dieses Transits auf andere reagierst. Und wenn es nötig ist, solltest du dich fragen, wie du diese Reaktionen ändern kannst. Die materialistische Venus zieht am 4. März in das Zeichen des luxusliebenden Stier...
Tags: Fashion, Music, Solange, Jupiter, Bis, Pluto, Kraft, Welt, GEIST, Seite, Energie, Arbeit, Marz, Weg, Juli, Sonne


Let Ms. Tina Knowles-Lawson Explain Why Solange Was Always Destined to Win a Prize for Social Impact

On Friday night, singer-songwriter and multimedia artist Solange Knowles received the first Lena Horne Prize for Artists Creating Social Impact, celebrating at New York City’s historic Town Hall theater and memorializing Horne, the trailblazing actress and activist. There to mark the occasion: Horne’s daughter, the author and activist Gail Lumet Buckley and granddaughter Jenny Lumet; Martin Luther King III; her mom Tina Knowles Lawson and a list of artists — including Jon Batiste, Andra Day...
Tags: Music, Hollywood, News, New York City, Uncategorized, Events, Tamron Hall, Solange, Solange Knowles, Houston, Naacp, King, Leonard Cohen, Leon Bridges, Tony, Buckley


A ghostbusting care package

A multimedia care package of reading material, series, movies and music to indulge in if you're ghosted The post A ghostbusting care package appeared first on The Mail & Guardian.
Tags: Beyonce, Relationships, Love, The Beatles, Article, South Africa, Alicia Keys, Erykah Badu, Solange, Break Ups, Friday, Playlist, Toni Braxton, Bell Hooks, Bill Withers, Simphiwe Dana


Sharma Shields' Playlist for Her Novel "The Cassandra"

In the Book Notes series, authors create and discuss a music playlist that relates in some way to their recently published book. Previous contributors include Jesmyn Ward, Lauren Groff, Bret Easton Ellis, Celeste Ng, T.C. Boyle, Dana Spiotta, Amy Bloom, Aimee Bender, Heidi Julavits, Roxane Gay, and many others. Sharma Shields' novel The Cassandra is powerful, relevant, and masterfully told. Booklist wrote of the book: "[A] galvanizing variation on the ancient Greek tale of a seer doomed a...
Tags: Music, Washington, David, New York Times, Epa, Solange, North America, Pacific Northwest, Columbia, Northwest, James Murphy, Nagasaki, Hiroshima, Robyn, Delphi, Kirkus


Governor’s Ball Reveals 2020 Lineup With Missy Elliott, EARTHGANG & More

YBN Cordae, Maxo Kream, Solange, Summer & more will perform.
Tags: News, Tame Impala, Jazz, Solange, Missy Elliott, Earthgang, MAXO KREAM, Ybn Cordae, Maxo Kream Solange Summer


Popular With Us 2019: Buzz Bands LA’s Albums of the Year

The mere existence of 100 Gecs excepted, 2019 was a fantastic year for music, worldwide and locally. Following is “Popular With Us 2019: Buzz Bands LA’s Albums of the Year,” an unwieldy list of L.A. artists who caught our ears and wouldn’t let go. As our year-end lists have tended to be over our 11 years, it’s light on pop, heavy on rock and includes some positively genre-bending releases. In the Top 20, the common denominator is strength of artistic voice. Speaking of rock, and we often do, 201...
Tags: Spotify, Music, UK, New York, Featured, Greece, California, Beck, Andrew Bird, Sudan, Volcano, Solange, Mars, Coachella, Warner, David Lynch


20 most memorable Southern California concerts of 2019

Though 2109 was filled with festivals, intimate one-off performances and major tours coming through Southern California, it was also a year with many farewell jaunts. We said goodbye to Elton John as he came through the area with several evenings of his Farewell Yellow Brick Road Tour, Peter Frampton made a couple of local stops on his Peter Frampton Finale: The Farewell Tour and the almighty Slayer went out in a blaze of glory with two final shows at The Forum. Had metal icon Ozzy Osbourne not ...
Tags: Music, England, Lana Del Rey, Kacey Musgraves, California, John Lennon, Los Angeles, Sport, Yoko Ono, Things To Do, Soccer, Ozzy Osbourne, Fka Twigs, Dolly Parton, Mick Jagger, Elton John


The 20 Best Americana Albums of 2019

If questions like "Whose America is it?" point to, or exacerbate, our divisive socio-political landscape in 2019, we can ask, whose Americana is it anyway? After all, it's an annual tradition with forming our year-end Americana list that we debate what the genre incorporates (or even if the term means anything at all anymore). This year, the so-called "Yeehaw Agenda" went even further to shake up who can lay claim to, or at least be represented by, the iconography of cowboy, roots, western, tw...
Tags: Music, Bruce Springsteen, Kacey Musgraves, Andrew Bird, Solange, Roots Music, Americana, Patty Griffin, Jersey Shore, Lukas Nelson, Yola, Vetiver, William Tyler, Rhiannon Giddens, Charlie Parr, Dori Freeman