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Moby: ‘In my books, the only person who ever gets thrown under the bus is me’...
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He declared his intention to go away for a while after pointed criticism of his second memoir. But now the musician is back with a new album - and a visceral documentaryMoby is considering the question he is often asked in interviews: “Do I think I’ve been treated unfairly?” muses the 55-year-old musician, who, let’s face it, is hardly a stranger to terrible press. “Honestly, I don’t think I have been. I’m sure there are times when I’ve been portrayed badly and it was accurate. And even with some of the bad stuff I’ve been through, I don’t have any right to complain. When you look at the 8 billion people on the planet, a reasonably affluent caucasian cis-gendered male public figure musician is not necessarily the first person you think of as having valid criticisms about how they’re being treated.”Moby is upbeat today – “I can’t think of many things to complain about besides baldness and mortality” – which is perhaps surprising given that the last time he was in the public eye, it involved rather a lot of the aforementioned terrible press. To summarise: in among the shocking confessions, rampant addiction and grotty sex of his second memoir, 2019’s Then It Fell Apart, was the claim that the “beautiful actress” Natalie Portman had asked him out when she was 20, at which point he would have been in his mid-30s. Continue reading.........
WrestleMania 37 Night 2 preview: Real threats for Roman Reigns...
New York Post
13 hours ago
The first night of WrestleMania 37 is in the books, and for the second straight year we are getting a Night 2 (April 11, 8 p.m., Peacock). Here are five things to watch for on Sunday at WrestleMania, taking place in front of roughly 25,000 fans at Raymond James Stadium in Tampa, Fla. Three’s a.........
A freelancer is making over $370,000 a year? This training can help you get started...
The Next Web
15 hours ago
TLDR: The Complete 2021 Superstar Freelancer Bundle is a comprehensive course package for launching and growing a thriving new freelance career working for yourself. Alex Fasulo is a freelance writer — and even in the teeth of a global pandemic and the explosion of a hand-to-mouth U.S. gig economy, she’s absolutely thriving. Fasulo is a regular on Fiverr Pro, offering her freelancing services as a ghostwriter on a variety of projects, including earning $1,000 a pop writing 10,000-word e-books. And it’s a business model that’s making Fasulo rich, netting her an income of $378,000 a year. If you’ve got the…This story continues at The Next Web......
The Sunday Read: ‘The Ghost Writer’...
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Philip Roth was his own favorite subject. What’s left for a biographer?......
Sunday Reading: The Asian-American Experience...
The New Yorker
19 hours ago
From the magazine’s archive: pieces about being Asian-American and the ongoing wave of anti-Asian violence.......
The big picture: stepping out in style...
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American photographer Dawoud Bey displays his uncanny ability to get under the skin of his subjectsIn 1969, the photographer Dawoud Bey wandered into the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York City, which was staging an exhibition called Harlem on My Mind: The Cultural Capital of Black America, 1900-1968. Bey had understood art museums up to that point as a place where your schoolteacher might take you to look at history paintings of European aristocracy, but here were people queueing to see “a part of his world”, images of ordinary black citizens who lived a few blocks away. Aged 15, he realised his vocation.In the five decades since, Bey has taken that “cultural capital” in different directions. He has made unforgettable series of pictures about the surviving antebellum architecture of the slave plantations of the American south and of the haunted landscapes of the “Underground Railroad” by which slaves escaped to the free states of the north. The legacy of Harlem street photography that he first encountered as a teenager has been a constant, however. A new monograph collects some of this work and includes this portrait of two girls from a celebrated marching band, the Jackie Robinson Center Steppers. Continue reading.........
Indie Horror Month 2021 Marketplace: Where to Find Awesome Horror Apparel & Accessories...
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Hello, everyone!! As you are probably aware, we’ve been celebrating Indie Horror Month here on Daily Dead throughout the month of April (you can catch up with our IHM 2021 coverage HERE), including our Marketplace series which launched last Saturday (you can check out our rundown of some killer genre books HERE). Today, we have […] The post Indie Horror Month 2021 Marketplace: Where to Find Awesome Horror Apparel & Accessories appeared first on Daily Dead.......
Creating a Classroom Community Using Virtual Morning Meetings...
Digital Commons @ IWU
1 day ago
As a teacher, it is crucial to create a classroom community. A classroom community can be formed in many ways. By creating a community, students will feel comfortable and welcome around their teachers and peers. This can be a struggle in a virtual setting, where students do not always get to have the same genuine interactions that they would in person. One way to create a virtual classroom community is through morning meetings. During my student teaching experience, I used morning meetings as a way to create a community in my virtual classroom. My research is supported by Maslow’s Self-Actualization Theory. Maslow argues that a person must meet various levels of needs to become the best version of themselves possible. A classroom community that welcomes, includes, and cares for each of its members can help the students meet their safety needs, belongingness and love needs, and esteem needs (Maslow, 1971). I used movement, read aloud books, sharing about ourselves, and games to create a community in my virtual classroom. During my student teaching experience, I examined how students responded to these activities and how the activities worked together to unify my class. This study will benefit educators by giving them a variety of methods for creating an online classroom community.......