MYSTICAL – Emmy Award-winning composer Brian Keane, musician Kenny Dutton, musical engineer Ken Lyon and the late Joseph Firecrow, a Grammy-nominated Indigenous musician, will be inducted into the New England Music Hall of Fame on Saturday in a ceremony called “The United Gathering”, which is scheduled to take place atRead More →

The Eastern Nigeria International Film Festival ENIFF started last Wednesday in Enugu showing 50 films from 15 countries around the world.The four-day event features, among other films, a Moroccan film, “Ultimate King”, best Nigerian narrative film, “Yahoo Plus” and other award-winning films.ENIFF co-founder Obianujuaku Akukwe-Nwakalor, who spoke to reporters inRead More →

Max Verstappen was fined five grid places for ignoring the double yellow flags. World championship rival Lewis Hamilton congratulates the FIA ​​on the sanction decision and links it to his own fault in Austria. During qualifying on Saturday, former Verstappen teammate Pierre Gasly stopped on the circuit following a puncture.Read More →

Nicolas Cage has illuminated the big screen with his performances for decades. Although his career has seen its ups and downs, he is undoubtedly a talented actor and he always delivers an entertaining performance. He’s touched on almost every genre, including drama, comedy, action, and horror. Even though he hasRead More →

OK, so who sees any benefit in the climate armageddon we face on the planet we call home? A new strand of art on climate change perhaps? If he presents the incomparable Jarvis Cocker, who released a topical dance number Let’s stick around (which he nicknamed the first “sustainable banger”)Read More →

Welcome to the lifespan, The books section of ELLE.com, in which the authors share their most memorable readings. Whether you’re looking for a book to console you, move you deeply, or make you laugh, consider a recommendation from the writers of our series who, like you (since you’re here), loveRead More →

// = do_shortcode (‘[in-content-square]’)?> Max Boyce – Hymns and Airs Jon gower In Jan Morris ” The Matter of Wales ‘she talks about the country’s poets and poetry and how their presence’ still surprises foreigners, and not just in Welsh-speaking hearts, where poets of all kinds. are supposed to aboundRead More →

It is only in the last few months that shows have become a viable option again. So, just like last year, it was difficult to determine which new artists hold up on the road, or which have a live performance so spectacular that it forces you to reconsider their recordedRead More →