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James Gunn Proves WB Finally Learned a Big Snyder Cut Lesson

James Gunn has only been co-CEO of DC Studios for a few days, but he’s already showing how Warner Bros. Discovery learned an important lesson from the Snyder Cut of Justice League. In his response to recent online fan campaigns for the release of the Ayer Cut of suicide squad and bring back the canceled […]

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John Oliver gives a wild history lesson on the British royal family

john-oliver_5 – Credit: PAULA L0B0 It was easy days since the midterm elections and the country doesn’t even know yet which party will control the House of Representatives, so it’s understandable that John Oliver and his team at Last Week Tonight haven’t touched on the election in their main story – but Oliver started the […]

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An Important Photography Lesson | fstoppers

It can be easy to look at the best photographers and think that they have levels of skill and natural talent that are simply unattainable and as such a normal person can never reach such heights. However, the truth is much more complex than that, and it’s something you really should think about as you […]

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A lesson in intellectual humility

Last weekend, I visited Nashville to participate in a panel for the Southern Festival of Books. I appeared with Brandon Byrd, professor of history at Vanderbilt University, and Margaret Burnham, professor of law at Northeastern University, whose book By Hands Now Known: The Lawful Executioners of Jim Crow came out last month. Burnham’s book traces […]

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No. 25 Tulane offers a lesson in spectacular one-year turnarounds

NEW ORLEANS (AP) — Tulane athletic director Troy Dannen took calls from three bowling representatives this week. He anticipates a near-full crowd at the 30,000-seat Yulman Stadium on campus when Memphis visits the 25th Green Wave on Saturday. It’s a stark change from a year ago, when Tulane was going through a 2-10 season in […]

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The Hôtel Lambert, a lesson in luxury

Apollo’s new bi-weekly auction preview takes a look at the hottest works and collections to come in the auction rooms. The Hôtel Lambert has, over the centuries, housed the political salons of the Marquise du Châtelet and her lover, Voltaire; under the ownership of the Czartoryski princes, it hosted Balzac, George Sand and Delacroix, and […]

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At Nicer Tuesdays in September, we learn to stay true to ourselves as a creative

Butt Studio’s Harry Butt Reflects on His Biggest Creative Failure and the Lessons It Taught Him Coming out of college, designer and animator Harry Butt found himself in a difficult position. Many of his peers founded their own studios, often named after themselves, but Harry’s unusual name left him wondering if it might be a […]

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Matt Koelsch Learns a Valuable Lesson About Temporary Love in His New Single/Video “Part Time Lover”

On her new single/video “Part-Time Lovers,” singer composer Matt Koelsch learns a hard lesson about the dangers of temporary love. Over its upbeat rhythm of driving guitars punctuated by sharp brass and strings, it tells the story of a relationship with a woman who is already heavily involved with someone else. Caught up in the […]

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Don’t Worry, Just Cook: A Stress-Free Mother-Daughter Cooking Lesson

Our cookbook of the week is Don’t Worry, Just Cook by Bonnie Stern and Anna Rupert. To try a recipe from the book, check out: chirshi (Tunisian and Libyan pumpkin spread), pan-roasted cherry tomatoes with herbs and garlic, and roasted turnips with za’atar and labneh. Ahead of the September 20 launch of their mother-daughter cookbook, […]

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Miranda Kimberlin gives us a lesson in context with her photos of Imbue Design’s Taviawk

With another season of the APALMANAC Architecture Photography Awards on the horizon, I found myself going back and poring over the shortlisted entries for the 2021 awards. One project that particularly struck me was the photographs of Miranda Kimberlin of Taviawk by Imbue Design. For this week’s featured project, let’s dive in and get to […]

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The biggest life lesson in becoming a successful photographer

There is a big mistake that some photographers repeat over and over again. It can cause more damage to their professional or amateur careers than a blurry photograph. I’m typing this in an apartment in Warsaw, Poland. On the wall, a series of black and white prints of Paris. These are fabulous shots, perfectly executed, […]

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Samuel L. Jackson and John David Washington Bring ‘The Piano Lesson’ Back to Broadway

“I was around when August came in and presented eight pages of a new speech that we had to release that night because we were doing previews – and you run and you do it,” says Samuel L. Jackson. He thinks back to 1987, when he originated the role of Boy Willie in August Wilson’s […]

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A lesson in natural wine with Sydney’s Winona Wine

When the first lockdown hit Australia in March 2020 and the initial shock of a life-altering virus wore off (but has it already?), many of us started planning our lives in isolation that we didn’t have an end date, while also figuring out how to support local businesses in the process if we had the […]

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Learn Optics with Austin: Lesson 17 – Quantitative Descriptions of a Lens

In theory, the entire lens would live up to the qualifications set by the client. After all, if a customer orders a 150mm lens, the whole 150mm lens has to be within specification… right? Bad. Indeed, in the real world, nothing can be made exactly as specified. While on paper the whole lens works, in […]

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Dad asks if he’s a fool for teaching his daughter a lesson in respect to his new wife and child by refusing to pay for her college

Whenever it comes to “soap operas”, people often criticize them. Sometimes rightly so, sometimes not so much, but more often than not the main factor in the accusation is the utterly implausible plot twists of these TV shows. On the one hand, you just have to put yourself in the shoes of the showrunners and […]

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A HISTORY LESSON FROM SPRINGSTEEN: HITS Daily Double

Wednesday, September 7, 2022 Whereas Bruce Springsteen Los Angeles fans are waiting for the Boss and the E Street Group to announce a local show in 2023, the Grammy Museum intervenes with an exhibition that covers his entire career. Bruce Springsteen Live!—featuring 49 years of artifacts, performance footage, instruments, stage costumes, exclusive interviews, concert posters […]

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Richmond Cemetery Walk offers a lesson in living history – The Voice

The Richmond Area Historical and Genealogical Society will celebrate the triumph of lives and legacies over death at the City of Richmond Cemetery with a walk through the Living History Cemetery. RAHGS will host the fifth annual Living History Cemetery Walk from 1-3 p.m. on September 24. Costumed re-enactors will highlight the area’s history by […]

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CT ‘Pizza & Consent’ sex ed lesson featured in super PAC TV commercial

Teenage actors posing as college kids from Enfield are set to reenact a controversial sex ed lesson this weekend in a Hollywood filmmaker-directed ad for a conservative super PAC who is intent on defeating Governor Ned Lamont. The commercial will dramatize “Pizza & Consent”, a lesson that uses different tastes in pizza toppings as a […]

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Dokdo Onsite Classes for Multicultural Youth

August 19, 2022 SEOUL – “It was wonderful in one word,” said Kang Ye-jin, an art high school student from Seoul. “I found Dokdo so beautiful. It clearly occurred to me that we had to keep the island at all costs. Like any Korean student her age, Ye-jin learned of Japan’s controversial claim to the […]

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AP Interview: Refugee leader learns lesson from Ukraine crisis

GENEVA (AP) – The European embrace of millions of Ukrainians who fled the Russian invasion has shown that it is possible to accommodate large numbers of asylum seekers and that the approach should be replicated to accommodate those fleeing other countries, says the head of the UN refugee agency . In an interview with the […]

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Essentia Environments’ latest residential project a lesson in sophistication

Essentia Environments’ latest residential project a lesson in sophistication – Luxebook Essentia Environments’ latest residential project a lesson in sophistication – Luxebook House Tendency Immovable Essentia Environments’ latest residential project a lesson in […]

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Ivo van Hove: ‘UK theaters can teach their politicians a lesson on life after Brexit’ | Arrange

Ivo van Hove, one of Europe’s most in-demand directors, says UK politicians should learn from his theaters how to behave after Brexit, saying they are setting a “very good example”. The Belgian director based in Amsterdam, who works regularly with British theaters and who, next weekend, takes his production of A little life at the […]

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The exhibition offers viewers a lesson in the Six Nations

This section is Present This section was produced by the editorial staff. The client did not have the opportunity to put restrictions on the content or to revise it before publication. by West Brant Window World Breadcrumb Links New Local News A painting by artist Kelly Greene, titled Her Reciprocal Love with Coneflower, is part […]

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Feadship’s 20-year-old “Wedge Too” is a timeless lesson in naval architecture

This article has no purpose other than to appreciate for a moment this truly exquisite example of an early 2000s build from Feadship. If you take just one minute out of your day to join us in the wonder of “Wedge Too”, then our job is done. The graceful 65-metre beauty from the Dutch shipyard […]

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Ever Present: A Lesson in Comparative History

Considered the largest exhibition of Australian First Nations art in Asia, Ever Present: The Art of Australia’s First Peoples at the National Gallery Singapore is an in-depth survey of the National Gallery of Australia and the Wesfarmers Collection of Australian Art. Capturing over 170 works by 150 Aboriginal and Torres Strait Islander artists, the works […]

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The lamb of Mary and the lesson of kindness

Only one of the three famous nursery rhymes featuring sheep originated in America. According The Oxford Dictionary of Nursery Rhymes, “Baa, Baa, Black Sheep” and “Little Bo Peep” first appeared in England, and antiquity has clouded their origins. The story is different for “Mary’s Lamb”, which first appeared in Poems for our children, a book […]

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Jordan’s transition to a low-carbon economy: a lesson for other developing countries

Jordan, like other developing countries, faces serious challenges related to climate change. To address this, the country has developed an end-to-end digital infrastructure to monitor and support the process of reducing global greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions based on the recommendations of Article 6 of the Paris Agreement. As the first developing country to create […]

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SA Zoo learns life lesson from ‘failed’ flowering of Corpse Flower

On Monday, the San Antonio Zoo posted an update on its Facebook page about La Llorona, a corpse flower kept on zoo grounds. Although the bloom was not “fully successful”, the zoo seems to have learned a “life lesson” from the event. In recent days, the zoo has released information about the plant emitting odors, […]

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Vokes Players Announce Production Of August Wilson’s The Piano Lesson – WaylandeNews

Wayland Vokes Players in attendance The piano lesson by August Wilson, directed by Michelle Aguillon. Performances will be at Beatrice Herford’s Vokes Theater, 97 Boston Post Road (Route 20) in Wayland, July 22 through August 6: Friday, July 22, 8 p.m. Saturday July 23 2 p.m. & 8 p.m. Thursday July 28 and Friday July […]

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Making a Hard Choice: A Lesson from “Bob’s Choice”

When it comes to making decisions at the end of a person’s life, we face some tough choices. states. An organization called Compassion & Choices serves to educate about end-of-life care and support legislation that improves options. Their experience with the LGBTQ community gives them an edge as a resource for an individual’s end-of-life decisions. […]

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Lesson for the day: “What would the end of Roe mean?” Key questions and answers.’

To note: On June 24, the Supreme Court overruled Roe v. Wade, eliminating the constitutional right to abortion after nearly 50 years in a decision that will transform American life, reshape the nation’s politics and lead to near-total bans on the procedure in about half of the states. The lesson below was written in May […]

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An acclaimed food critic gave a history lesson on the origin of Korean fried chicken, and you already know who to credit

During the Netflix episode “Battle Tailgate” Iron Chef: Quest for an Iron Legendhost Alton Brown dropped some knowledge about the origin of Korean fried chicken, and it might just be the show’s best moment. In a clip of the viral moment, Brown and co-host Kristen Kish watched chef challenger Esther Choi and iron chef Marcus […]

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A New Jersey Teacher Teaches A Complex Lesson Of Acceptance Through The Simple Symbol Of An Empty Chair

Let me tell you a short story about a very important teacher I had, the one who basically led me down the path of writing in the first place. On every occasion throughout the school year, she would write all of her students a short poem. Something to highlight the celebration itself, something to honor […]

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This $280 phone is a lesson in affordability – hope Apple and Samsung pay attention

You will probably never use a Tecno phone. Until this week, I had never heard of the Chinese brand or its line of Camon handsets. Now it is unlikely that I will forget them. The company recently held a swanky New York launch for its new Tecno Camon Series 19 Pro Android 12 phones, though […]

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The lesson every new photographer must learn

Being new to photography can be a bit daunting, requiring you to tackle a variety of technical and creative ideas and approaches simultaneously. However, there is one lesson every new photographer should learn as soon as possible because it will save them a lot of money and headaches down the road and help them improve […]

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Stepdad teaches his kid a lesson for offending his stepsister by not letting him go to his friend’s birthday party

The problem of parents and children has undoubtedly been topical since mankind has existed. Do you really think Cain would have taken Abel’s life if he hadn’t had some complexes – most likely because of a poorly developed relationship with his father? And when he is also a stepfather, no matter how good the child’s […]

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Adekunle Gold’s Latest Tour Look Is Essentially A Lesson In Print Style

We can’t help but keep track of Adekunlé d’orstyle choices for her Catch Me If You Can North American tour. For his show Silverspring at The Filmorethe street style maven donned a full BOBBLEHAUS Bright pink recycled cotton suit set. Taking it to the next level, he opted for a pair of Alexander McQueenan array […]

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New lesson plans help Hackney pupils recognize the contribution of Windrush generations

The Diverse Curriculum, launched in October 2020, includes more than 50 modules that can be adapted to student needs and used at any time. To date there have been 2383 registrations worldwide including schools from Ireland, Spain, Netherlands, Portugal, Switzerland, Australia, Malaysia, Nigeria, Egypt and Brunei. Notes to Editors The new lesson plans can be […]

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Understand the origins of cinema with this important history lesson

The art of cinema began long before cinema. We have a natural curiosity and an obsession for light. As we gather around a blank screen in a darkened room, the light source shows us a story that entertains us, resonates with us, and inspires us to think differently about the world. Our desire to experience […]

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A six-year-old child, a chessboard and a lesson in excellence

My son, Caden, is fascinated by chess. He loves the strategy behind the game, but his love for chess has been an uphill battle. We’ve played every week for the past two months. And I’m lucky to say that he taught me the importance of striving for excellence through chess. Before going into details, you […]

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The Norman aquatic center hosts “the biggest swimming lesson in the world”

NORMAN, Okla. (KFOR) – Thousands of children and adults will take to aquatic facilities around the world for the “world’s biggest swimming lesson”. The lesson will take place over 24 hours at aquatic centers, swim schools and water parks across the country on June 23. Police: Semi-automatic rifle purchased hours before Tulsa mass shooting The […]

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Lesson Plan: Sports Photography – The New York Times

Note: This is our last lesson of the day for the 2021-22 school year. Lesson Overview Featured Article: “Our favorite sports photos of 2021by The New York Times Late last year, The New York Times asked photographers to pick their favorite sports images they shot in 2021 and explain why they liked them. They selected […]

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Lesson of the Day: “The Unlikely Rise of New York’s Compost Champion”

Lesson Overview Featured Article: “The Unlikely Rise of New York’s Compost Championby Cara Buckley Growing up in the Bronx, Domingo Morales never cared about urban farming and he thought vegetables were gross. However, after landing a job with a non-profit organization that trains young people in solar installation, horticulture and other green jobs, Mr. Morales […]

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Boss tried to teach late employee a lesson, ended up having to pay overtime when supervisor saw his team helping other departments

They say that power tends to corrupt people, and while that is true in some cases, in others power doesn’t corrupt as much as it fools some people in a myriad of ways. Some stop thinking, others start making somewhat, even wildly, random choices, and still others just don’t know how to control it, but […]

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Lesson of the day: “How to see faces everywhere”

This lesson is part of our Accessible activities feature, which aims to accommodate a wider variety of learners on our site and The Times in general. Learn more and tell us what you think here. Lesson Overview Featured article: “How to see faces everywhereby Malia Wollan Have you ever seen the image of a face […]

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The infant formula crisis teaches a lesson about market concentration

With infant formula in short supply, many Americans have taken a crash course in market concentration. Just four companies manufacture 90% of the formula sold in this country, which means a recall and plant closure at just one of those companies has pretty serious ripple effects. A similar lack of competition is found in many […]

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Lesson of the day: “Changing the norms on tattoos in Japan”

This lesson is part of our Accessible activities feature, which aims to accommodate a wider variety of learners on our site and The Times in general. Learn more and tell us what you think here. Lesson Overview Featured Article: “Changing standards on tattoos in Japanby Hikari Hida In recent years, beliefs about tattoos have changed […]

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Lesson of the day: “An intimate look at the indigenous Seri people of Mexico”

Lesson Overview Featured Article: “An intimate look at the indigenous Seri people of Mexico.” Photographs and text by Núria López Torres The Seri, an indigenous nation of just about 1,000 people, have lived in northwestern Mexico for hundreds, if not thousands, of years. Their identity is deeply linked to their natural environment, which in recent […]

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Lesson of the day: “Listen to the strange sounds of a singing black hole”

Lesson Overview Featured article: “Hear the strange sounds of a singing black hole” by Denis Overbye Have you ever wondered what the universe looks like? Can a black hole emit sound if nothing, not even light, can escape? “As part of an effort to ‘sonify’ the cosmos,” writes science journalist Dennis Overbye, “researchers have converted […]

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Lesson of the day: “Formula 1 roars in Miami, where cars are already kings”

Lesson Overview Featured Article: “Formula 1 roars in Miami, where cars are already king” by Patricia Mazzei Do you like cars? What type of car do you hope to own or drive one day? In this lesson, you’ll learn about the hot rod, luxury car, and collectible car culture that has thrived in Miami for […]

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Is Leica about to teach Laowa a lesson? The new 9mm f/1.7 MFT could be on the way

Rumor site 43rumors.com has the scoop on a new Leica-badged ultra-wide prime for Olympus MFT cameras and Panasonic Lumix G models. This would be an exciting lens for MFT systems because so far only Laowa has ventured into this market with lenses like his 10mm f/2. The LEICA DG SUMMILUX 9mm / F1.7 ASPH. will […]

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Lesson of the day: “His work is a walk in the park”

This lesson is part of our Accessible activities feature, which aims to accommodate a wider variety of learners on our site and The Times in general. Learn more and tell us what you think here. Teachers, join our live webinar on May 12 to find out how you can teach with this series. Lesson Overview […]

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Lesson of the Day: “How Women’s Sports Teams Got Started”

Lesson Overview Featured article: “How Women’s Sports Teams Beganby Maria Cramer In 1972, Congress passed Title IX, the landmark gender equality legislation that affected women’s and women’s sports, college admissions, college programs, professional programs, teaching positions and coaches and even dealing with sexual assault on campus. In this lesson, you will learn about the history […]

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Eads: The Importance of Volunteering – A Life Lesson – Cross Timbers Gazette | Denton County South | mound of flowers

“We make a living with what we get. We create life through what we give. – Winston Churchill I’ve always been an advocate for volunteerism, whether it’s with the Boy Scouts of America with my sons or with communities in North Texas schools or even with Rotary International through local Rotary clubs. Spending time in […]

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Lesson of the day: “Get ready for the new improved second”

Lesson Overview Featured Article: “Get ready for the new improved secondby Alanna Mitchell What exactly is a second of time? Who invented it? How do you know that a second on your watch is the same as someone else’s on the other side of the world? Right now, scientists are getting ready to redefine the […]

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‘Lighting In Everything’: Imran Khan’s viral video has a lesson in videography. look here

“Lighting is everything”. An alleged music video of former Pakistani Prime Minister and cricketer-turned-politician Imran Khan has gone viral across all social media. In the music video, Khan says “lighting is everything” before starting an interview. Shared on Twitter by journalists based in Pakistan, this quote is now the newest trending caption on social media. […]

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Lesson of the day: “A day in the life of ballet dancer and choreographer James Whiteside”

This lesson is part of our Accessible activities feature, which aims to accommodate a wider variety of learners on our site and The Times in general. Learn more and tell us what you think here. Lesson Overview Featured article: “A day in the life of ballet dancer and choreographer James Whitesideby Arden Fanning Andrew with […]

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Lesson of the day: ‘It’s life or death’: America’s teenage mental health crisis

Please note: This lesson is part of a larger unit on mental health, which also includes a write prompta film and one graphic discussion. Educators, please preview these resources to ensure they are appropriate for your students. Students, if you are having suicidal thoughts, call the National Suicide Prevention Lifeline at 800-273-8255 (TALK), call 911, […]

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A valuable lesson for all landscape photographers

Without a doubt, today’s world often demands the ability to consistently produce content at a breakneck pace, and that can put a lot of pressure on photographers. Even if you don’t make money from your photography, you might be impatient when the right shot hasn’t materialized yet. This excellent video essay follows a landscape photographer […]

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Lesson of the Day: “The Secret Sounds of “Dune”: Rice Krispies and Marianne Faithfull”

Lesson Overview Featured Article: “The secret sounds of “Dune”: Rice Krispies and Marianne Faithfull” by Kyle Buchanan, Photographs by Peter Fisher Have you ever noticed the many sounds in movies that help enhance the mood, atmosphere, and tone? Do any films stand out for their use of audio? In this lesson, you’ll learn how far […]

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Lesson of the Day: A Photographer Capturing Stories That Otherwise Wouldn’t Be Told

Lesson Overview Featured article: “A simple directive sparked a storied career: “Now take the shot”,’” by Charlie Brinkhurst-Cuff with photographs by Michelle V. Agins Michelle V. Agins is one of the New York Times longest-serving photographers. As the second black woman to join the newspaper as a photographer, she has spent much of her career […]

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The tiny gardens of East Vancouver Boulevard are a lesson in reclaiming urban space

Saba Farmand leads a walking tour of Boulevard Gardens in East Vancouver on April 22, Earth Day.Photograph by Jesse Winter/The Globe and Mail Saba Farmand never planned to become a tourist guide. A landscape architect and arborist, he can be a little cheesy when it comes to urban design and streetscapes. When he moved to […]

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Lesson of the day: “While families mourn, grandparents intervene”

Lesson Overview Featured Article: “As Families Grieve, Grandparents Step In”, by Paula Span with photographs by Todd Heisler In the United States, no less than 200,000 children have had a parent who died of Covid-19. Following these losses, other family members – often grandparents – frequently step in to support grieving children. In this lesson, […]

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Lesson of the day: “Why urban pigeons are worth watching”

This lesson is part of our Accessible activities feature, which aims to accommodate a wider variety of learners on our site and The Times in general. Learn more and tell us what you think here. Lesson Overview Featured Article: “Why Urban Pigeons Are Worth Watchingby Rosemary Mosco Pigeons are polarizing birds. Some people love them […]

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Mount Laurel racism brings back the best lesson my mom taught me

Note: This piece first aired after allegations of racism surfaced in a town in NJ. Mother’s Day is coming soon. My mother has been on the rise for years and hasn’t been well lately, and I’d like to remind people of how many valuable lessons in integrity our special mothers gave us as children. The […]

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Ben Folds Teases Mini Music Lesson To The Air Of New Peanuts Special

Source: Apple (Image credit: Source: Apple) What do you want to know “It’s the Little Things, Charlie Brown” is streaming now on Apple TV+. The new Peanuts special tells a story about environmentalism to celebrate Earth Day. Apple TV+ has released a new lyric video with music from Ben Folds. “It’s the Little Things, Charlie […]

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2 Inventors, 1 Lesson – Inventors Digest

Trying to create a market for your invention rises to another level of difficulty. Invent for an established market. Competitors are not always your enemies. BY JACK LANDER Working as an assistant to a patent attorney in the early 1930s, Chester Carlson was frustrated with the slow and clumsy process of copying and mailing copies […]

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Princess Essex review – Anne Odeke sparks black British history lesson | Theater

PPrincess Dinubolu of Senegal made headlines in 1908 for taking part in a beauty pageant at Southend-on-Sea. It was controversial for a black woman to be part of such a competition and she went all the way to the second round at Kursaal amusement park in Essex. But mystery swirls around this nonconformist historical figure. […]

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A lesson in Canadian hospitality

What’s endearing about “Letterkenny Live” is that all the performers are there to prove that it’s not just behind-the-scenes magic that imbues each episode with its trademark signatures. The show’s machine-gun barrage of fast-paced puns, the Skids’ dance moves, everyone’s ability to (almost always) keep straight faces while the jokes escalate — ‘Letterkenny Live’ proves […]

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‘This guy in our women’s studies class’ – La PRAIRIE

“That Guy in Our Women Studies Class” is a memoir by Allan D. Hunter about his time in college and what he learned along the way. Hunter is an academic who focuses on writing about gender issues. Attending women’s studies classes taught her to see the world through a lens of compassion. In college, Hunter […]

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Lesson of the day: “The long scourge of lead poisoning”

This lesson is part of our Accessible activities feature, which aims to accommodate a wider variety of learners on our site and The Times in general. Learn more and tell us what you think here. Lesson Overview Featured article: “The long scourge of lead poisoningby Ellen Gabler The use of lead dates back to ancient […]

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Lesson of the day: “Photographing the reality of war”

Lesson Overview Featured Article: “Photographing the reality of warby Emmett Lindner Did you follow the war in Ukraine? Did any of the photographs showing the people and the destruction stick with you? New York Times photographer Lynsey Addario spent several months in Ukraine documenting the war. The Times interviewed her while she was in Kyiv […]

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Lesson for the day: “A fast and frugal route to a career as a cook? Community college.’

Lesson Overview Featured Article: “A fast and frugal route to a career as a cook? Community College.by Priya Krishna In response to the closure of major culinary schools and increased demand from restaurants, several community colleges are developing cutting-edge culinary programs on their campuses. In this lesson, you’ll step into some of these culinary programs […]

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Lesson of the Day: “How a High School Debate Team Shaped Ketanji Brown Jackson”

Update, April 8: The Senate on April 7 confirmed Justice Ketanji Brown Jackson to the Supreme Court, making her the first black woman to be elevated to the top of the judiciary. Lesson Overview Featured article: “How a high school debate team shaped Ketanji Brown Jackson” by Patricia Mazzei President Biden said Friday he would […]

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Lesson of the day: “Why do we yawn? »

This lesson is part of our Accessible activities feature, which aims to accommodate a wider variety of learners on our site and on The Times. Learn more and tell us what you think here. Lesson Overview Featured Article: “Why do we yawn?” by Roni Caryn Rabin The “Ask Well” section invites readers to ask questions […]

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This coveted Nike Dunk High sneaker is a free lesson in women’s sizing

Courtesy Nike has been making shoes for women since 1978, when the brand launched Nike Women with a series of ads on the back of Runner’s World sports magazine. But Nike sneakers for women that men also want to wear are a relatively new phenomenon. Although sneaker culture has been growing since the 70s, the […]

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Lesson of the day: “In Wisconsin: put away the mowers, please the bees”

Lesson Overview Featured article: “In Wisconsin: put away the mowers, please the bees», photographs and text by Anne Readel of The Times’s The world through a lens series. Do you have a front lawn? If not, have you ever dreamed of having one? Why do you think a lush, perfectly manicured lawn is a dream […]

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Lesson of the day: “How two best friends beat Amazon”

Lesson Overview Featured Article: “How two best friends beat Amazon” by Jodi Kantor and Karen Weise Christian Smalls and Derrick Palmer, best friends and workers at Amazon’s New York City fulfillment center, strategically organized the first successful organizing effort of an Amazon warehouse in the United States, one of the most significant union victories in […]

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‘A lesson in nostalgia’: UM students team up to create portraits of their campus community

April 5, 2022 By: Gabriella Costa ANN ARBOR—After transferring to the University of Michigan in the fall of 2020, N’Dea Shelton, a history student in the College of Literature, Science, and the Arts, was looking for a way to get to know her new classmates from class. “As a transfer student, I wanted to connect […]

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Lesson for the day: “We know the promise. Its author, perhaps not.’

Lesson Overview Featured article: “We know commitment. Its author, perhaps not.” by Sam Roberts More than a century after an upstate New York Baptist minister took credit for writing the Pledge of Allegiance, new evidence suggests the possibility of a very different story – that a 13-year-old schoolboy from Kansas could have been the author. […]

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Camera makers need to learn this important lesson

I’ve always been fascinated by how little hype the photo world can produce, and camera makers still don’t seem to understand its value. Not so long ago, we saw the watch world turn into chaos with the Omega x Swatch collaboration. For years it made me wonder why the photo world couldn’t create so much […]

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Joey Logano’s Dirt Lesson & Dunking On Bristol

1. Big names will be excluded in 2022 We are approaching the end of March. Defending late model Bristol Dirt Nationals champion Jonathan Davenport and reigning World of Outlaws champion Brad Sweet are yet to win a race in 2022 given his strong trophy haul at Florida Speedweeks ahead of the DIRTcar National Championships in […]

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Unacademy unveils the making of their latest film Lesson No.7 starring MS Dhoni – India Education | Latest Education News | World Education News

New Delhi: Unacademy, today reveals behind the scenes of its latest brand film titled- Lesson 7, featuring cricketing legend MS Dhoni. Launched in January, the film exceeded 100 million people in less than two months. The film presented a metaphorical portrayal of Dhoni’s life journey with the vision to help learners pursue their dreams with […]

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Georgiann Potts: Ukrainian women teach courage in the real world | Tempo

Writer’s note: These are troubling times. As I write this, Russian troops appear to be at a standstill as they continue their relentless invasion of Ukraine. Terms like “possible nuclear strike” and “shut down Ukrainian airspace” are heard daily. Jim and I, both history buffs, eventually had to limit the media coverage we watch in […]

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Death of “Tombstoning” and a History Lesson at the California Legislature – GV Wire

A few weeks ago, the Legislature released its operating rules for the 2022 session, including Rule 10.6: “A bill may not add a short title that names a current or former legislator. That probably wouldn’t make sense to anyone unfamiliar with the history of the Legislative Assembly, but it’s a clue to how Capitol culture […]

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Ukrainian resistance offers a useful lesson to Taiwan

WASHINGTON- Russia’s war in Ukraine has taught the world’s autocrats some useful lessons: Invasions can be harder than they look. It is not wise to go to war with an army that does not have much training against serious opponents. The United States and its allies may seem divided, but they can always stick together […]

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Gummy Bear Government Makes Course Stick – School News Network

East Grand Rapids – File this under unusual classroom instructions: “Don’t eat your gummy bears until you’re done with your gummy bear governments.” The Frame, Room 208 at East Grand Rapids Middle School. The class, sixth-grade social studies and the teacher giving instructions to the gummy bear, Kristine DiVita. Well-informed, his students got down to […]