Programming

New Perspectives Theater Company presents COUNT PARTINAPULES as part of its ON HER SHOULDERS programming

On Her Shoulders will present a virtual reading of El Conde Partinuplés (circa 1640) by Ana Caro, translated by Hardley Eardman, and directed by Lynn Marie Macy, via NPTC’s YouTube channel: NewPerspectivesTC. Melody Brooks offers dramaturgy via The Play in Context, which situates the script in its historical time and …

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UNITAR resumes programs in Afghanistan

Hiroshima, Japan – UNITAR’s Prosperity Division is re-launching a program in Afghanistan that had been halted due to the unrest in the country. This program will mobilize women entrepreneurs and social entrepreneurs to fight against local food insecurity, public health challenges and unemployment. With the ever-changing situation in Afghanistan, women …

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Disney + hires Fox Networks executive as vice president of programming in EMEA – Digital TV Europe

Evert van der Veer Disney + in the EMEA region has hired former Fox Networks Group (FNG) director Evert van der Veer to oversee programming in the region. Van der Veer, who started this week, becomes vice president of programming for Disney + EMEA and will be responsible for programming …

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Greek National Opera announces alternative stage lineup

The Greek National Opera has announced its 2021 lineup for the alternative scene. For the purposes of this article, we will focus on vocal and lyrical performances. It all started with the monodrama “Capodistrias” by Calliope Tsoupaki. The work will be directed by Nicolas Vassiliou and the stars Timos Sirlantzis …

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ESPN suspends Sage Steele from programming after controversial comments

ESPN took the Sage Steele personality off the lineup for a week after making controversial remarks during a podcast appearance, including calling the company’s coronavirus vaccine tenure ‘sick’ and saying it ‘it was’ fascinating’ that the old president obamaBarack Hussein ObamaHillicon Valley – Brought to you by American Edge Project …

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Learn Java, a Simple and Researched Programming Language

Not only are there still employment opportunities for Java skills, but now you can learn them easily and quickly without leaving your job. Image: Wright Studio / Shutterstock Java is so versatile and popular that it is likely to be one of the best programming languages ​​in the world for …

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Think you like Python? Wait to meet Rust

“The technology of the past comes to save the future of itself. This is how Graydon Hoare, the creator of Rust, describes what he wants to accomplish. This is one of the key characteristics of Rust: using technologies well known in academia but rarely implemented in contemporary programming languages. Old, …

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Set aside screen time this week for non-stop poker lineup

Poker is not lacking to see this week. It wasn’t that long ago that poker fans were running out of content. Wait for the next EPT live stream or set up their TiVos to pick up the latest replay of an old WSOP episode. But those times are over and …

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ASU Center Celebrates 5 Years of Successful STEM Programming Initiatives

February 24, 2014 CompuGirls Founder Kimberly A. Scott will be named the White House STEM Access Change Champion at an event on February 26 to honor those who work to support and accelerate STEM (science, technology, technology, STEM) opportunities. engineering and mathematics) for African American students, schools and communities. Scott, …

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What to watch: The scary TV that made a generation of horror fans. In addition, the Halloween lineup, “Maid” and “Billions”

At the risk of sounding like your average base witch: I love October. I know Halloween isn’t everyone’s cup of tea, and if it’s not yours … your tea sucks. (Just kidding.) But for those of you celebrating, there’s no better time for TV than this. These people who still …

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