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Antoine Riaud might need to take his wife on a second honeymoon. You’re supposed to spend that first romantic getaway obsessing over your new spouse, not how cells behave in an acoustics experiment. But when inspiration calls…well, it can be hard to ignore. For some time Riaud had been working on an idea for a
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Electric Lit is committed to publishing—and paying writers—through the pandemic without any layoffs or pay cuts. Please consider supporting us during this difficult time. Donate here. . The absence of someone or something is as palpable as their presence. I’ve discovered this—quite painfully—in my own life as the daughter of Palestinian immigrants. Naturally, I’m drawn to
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EXCLUSIVE: We’ve learned and confirmed that some exhibitors will be sharing in this weekend’s revenues for the Warner Bros. digital and PVOD release of Scoob! Warner Bros. opted to take their Tony Cervone-directed animated release into homes this Friday instead of theaters given the continued near nationwide exhibition shutdown during COVID-19. Scoob! will be available for
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Billionaire and former presidential candidate Mike Bloomberg’s tech firm Hawkfish has been struggling to rack up clients six months before this fall’s elections.  Some of the organizations that have had talks with Hawkfish are trying to determine how the coronavirus pandemic, which has devastated the American economy, will weigh on their budgets. Others are still deciding
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People in cars participate in a protest against the coronavirus shutdown in front of State Capitol in Madison, Wisconsin, on April 24, 2020. KAMIL KRZACZYNSKI | AFP via Getty Images The Wisconsin Supreme Court on Wednesday struck down the state’s stay-at-home orders during the coronavirus pandemic as “unlawful, invalid and unenforceable” after finding the state’s health commissioner
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With binge-watch performances from the likes of Tom Hardy and Cillian Murphy, razor-sharp suits and bloody good haircuts across the board, BBC drama Peaky Blinders had us gripped from the very start. It follows the story of a gangster family running a crime racket in Birmingham just after the First World War. It’s been one
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Getty Images Market dislocations triggered by the coronavirus crisis have sent more capital into Chinese stocks — and some strategists see this as part of a longer-term trend. “We’re finding that a lot of foreign managers globally (are) reshuffling their holdings in this turmoil,” Todd Willits, head of flow tracking firm EPFR, said in a phone interview in late April.
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Carlos Estévez, Self-Fishing, 2006, collage on paper, 39½ x 27½ inches / Courtesy of the artist Now the beat(there is always a beat).Now the drumsand the darkness within.Now the dance.The standoff. Now the story about the jailerwho frees the future dictator out of pity.Now his lover (the invisible ink).Now the reports from the front.Now the
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The Broadway League has announced that theaters are now offering refunds and exchanges for tickets purchased for performances through September 6, an extension from the previous June 7. A Broadway reopening date was neither announced nor speculated upon in the League’s statement. Numerous Broadway insiders and sources have told Deadline that they suspect theaters won’t
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