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Kshama Stewart Seattle Recall Election Results as Votes Counted...
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Preliminary results show voters are narrowly in favor of recalling the socialist Seattle City Councilmember.......
Funny Groyper on Twitter: "Nothing but truth from Nick. All of the time… "...
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Video Game Creators Are Burned Out and Desperate for Change | Time...
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Notorious AAV is creating anticapitalist content | Patreon...
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Call Us What We Carry by Amanda Gorman review – symphony of hope and solidarity...
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This powerful debut collection from the youngest inaugural poet in US history explores collective memory and the current pandemicWhat happens when words spoken on Capitol Hill make us shiver? Amanda Gorman’s luminous poem The Hill We Climb was addressed to Joe Biden and “the world”. Inaugural poems are a fiendishly difficult genre, attempted only six times since JF Kennedy’s ceremony. However, such “occasional” poems play an important cultural role, especially in our time when no public rhetoric and few common values can be taken for granted, as the poet addresses and repairs the damaged foundations of the state itself. A soaring sense of history and solidarity pervades Gorman’s debut collection. Part elegy, part documentary record, and part witness statement, Call Us What We Carry is first and foremost “a letter to the world”, a phrase she borrows from Emily Dickinson. Like Dickinson’s, Gorman’s poetry puts immense pressure on our present moment, committing itself to an archaeology of our past and conservation of our future. It urges us to revisit the chequered history of intersectional injustices and re-evaluate our fragile species, systems and planet, engulfed by the pandemic, personal grief and public grievances. Continue reading.........
BLACKPINK’s Rosé shares her own bedtime story on Calm app...
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‘Grounded With Rosé’ is available to stream now The post BLACKPINK’s Rosé shares her own bedtime story on Calm app appeared first on NME.......
England skittled for just 147 by Australia in dramatic start to Ashes series...
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England 147. Rain brings early end to play on day oneRory Burns bowled with very first ball of series by StarcEngland began their Ashes tour in disarray at the Gabba, flopping to 147 all out on a dispiriting first day which saw Rory Burns dismissed by the first ball of the series.With grey skies overhead and green tinges underfoot, captain Joe Root resisted the temptation to bowl first, a decision he will rue for some time after Australia’s relentless pace attack wiped the tourists out inside two sessions. While Root will look back on his day in Brisbane with bitter regret, opposite number Pat Cummins enjoyed a charmed start to life as Australia skipper with figures of five for 38. England were then denied the chance to land some blows of their own, with torrential rain and bad light meaning no play was possible after tea. Continue reading.........
The Gabba hosted Ashes novelty and normality – then came the first ball...
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Day one of the first Test was a dramatic mesh of delight, surprise and a premature rendition of The Great EscapeIt wasn’t entirely a novelty, seeing crowds roll up to fill Brisbane’s Gabba ground, given that life in the state of Queensland has proceeded largely as normal throughout the pandemic years. There was still some novelty, though, given it had been nearly a year since the Australian men’s team had last played a Test match. That had been in the middle of January at … the Gabba, meaning the ground has now hosted back-to-back Tests for the first time in its history, despite the long break in between.Nor was this first day of a Test match an entirely normal one, given that travellers from interstate and overseas were still prohibited from entering the state without doing a fortnight’s quarantine. But it was normal enough in having a full house for an Ashes contest, vocal and voluble in response to the action on field. Continue reading.........
China Says Diplomatic Boycott ‘Seriously Violates’ Political Neutrality of Olympics...
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The U.S. is attempting to interfere with the Beijing Games “out of ideological prejudice and based on lies and rumors," Foreign Ministry spokesperson Zhao Lijian said.......