Japanese rock

Yeah Yeah Yeahs’ “Cool It Down”: A Spitfire Band Comes of Age

“Austere” was never a word used to describe the Yeah Yeah Yeahs. For most of their career, the trio of drummer Brian Chase, guitarist Nick Zinner and above all vocalist Karen O have embodied chaos, a particular type of disorderly energy that very rarely survives the transition from bar gigs …

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Why the value of my used Toyota increased tenfold in Japan

For more than seven years and just under 100,000 km, we’ve driven our Noah Hybrid like the lackluster workhorse Toyota intended it to be. The exterior of this five-door minivan bears the scars of countryside scrapes and urban bumps, while its interior is a rich collage of smears and spills. …

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South Korea says North Korea tested seaward missile

Rear Adm. Carrier Strike Group Commander Michael Donnelly, second from right, listens to a reporter’s question during a press conference on the flight deck of the nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan in Busan, South Korea, on Friday, September 23, 2022. The nuclear-powered aircraft carrier USS Ronald Reagan arrived in …

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‘I could see the trap in the ladette thing’: Lush’s Miki Berenyi on childhood abuse, hatred of Britpop and her relief at having dodged fame | Music

Ohen Miki Berenyi thinks about Britpop, certain memories stick out – like the night at Soho House in London when Blur’s Alex James drove his teeth into her ass. “I take issue with this idea that Britpop was fucking amazing,” says the Lush lead singer, dragging her vape to her …

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Demi Lovato’s music is getting more harmful than ever

THURSDAY, SEPT. 22: A Heilung show is halfway between something you expect to see on the Vegas strip and something you expect to see at Stonehenge under a full moon. The Northern European band play an electric reimagining of old Nordic folk music, complete with hide drums and bone rattles, …

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‘Tokyo City Guide’, the Japanese capital seen through the eyes of Louis Vuitton / Pen ペン

Since 1998, Louis Vuitton has shared its nomadic spirit through its City guides. Imprisonment awaited each year and have been acclaimed by travelers from all over the world, they reveal the spirit of the cities and offer a fine selection of addresses chosen with a feeling of originality and a …

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Tokyo governor hopes for rapprochement with Taiwan

Tokyo, Sept. 17 (CNA) Tokyo Governor Yuriko Koike on Saturday sent greetings to President of the Republic of China (ROC, Taiwan) Tsai Ing-wen (蔡英文) while expressing hope for closer ties between the city and Taiwan at the opening of a Taiwanese culture festival in the Japanese capital. The two-day TAIWAN …

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Konami Tokyo Game Show 2022 Live, UK Start Time, Suikoden, Silent Hill, MGS Rumors | Games | Entertainment

Konami is preparing to hold an event at 2022 Tokyo Gaming Fair where all eyes will be on. On Friday 16th September, Konami will be hosting two TGS events – one taking place at 7.30am BST where a “new title” will be announced, then the main Konami TGS event is …

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Greta Reid’s Greta’s Sushi offers pop-ups, catering and private omakas | Food and drink | Weekly Gambit

Greta Reid became addicted to Japanese culture growing up. While at the University of Minnesota, she worked in a restaurant with a sushi bar and eventually began training to make sushi rolls and nigiri pieces. After her sister came to New Orleans to attend Loyola University, her family moved here. …

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Global Environment Analyst | Global Environment Analyst

The Irish-based professional services consultancy continues its global expansion in the sustainability sector. Become a member of the Environment Analyst community and gain access to: 2 articles of your choice to read for free each month on our Environment Analyst Global website Weekly email newsletter …

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THY ROW will release an anniversary vinyl for Unchained; Includes X JAPAN cover

Finnish heavy metal band Thy Row will celebrate the one year anniversary of their debut album Unchained with the release of a limited edition vinyl accompanied by a brand new digital single titled “Blue Blood”, a cover of one of the greatest success of the greatest Japanese metal band of …

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My Hero Academia Season 6 Trailer Reveals Theme Song

A new trailer for the highly anticipated season 6 of my hero academia dropped, giving fans a chance to hear a snippet of the theme song. The third trailer was released on TOHO’s YouTube channel and features the opening theme song “Hitamuki”, sung by 4-member Japanese rock band SUPER BEAVER. …

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Rock Rest in Kittery, ME “an oasis” for 20th century black travelers

D. Allan Kerr This article is part of a monthly series celebrating Kittery’s history, as Maine’s oldest town counts down to its 375th anniversary. Kittery has long been celebrated for its deep and storied history. One aspect of his past, however, remained under the radar for many years. In the …

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Twins manager Rocco Baldelli refuses to flip the switch in desperation

Rocco Baldelli was ready to resort to savage measures if it meant pulling the Twins out of their six-game losing streak and clutch. “I thought about bringing in the petting zoo. Literally bringing in the petting zoo,” Baldelli said before Friday’s game against the Giants. “I’m still thinking about… what …

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The best Brain’s Base anime that isn’t Baccano or Durarara

Brain’s Base is one anime studio that seems to fly under the radar most often. Founded in 1996 by Ozawa Juukou, formerly of TMS Entertainment, the studio is neither as historically significant as Toei Animation nor as new and flashy as MAPPA. It also lacks a specific, distinctive visual style …

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‘Jellyfish haircut’ TikTok trend dates back to Nicole Kidman’s magazine photo shoot

Discussions about feminine curls or the feather haircut are part of the daily gossip of chat groups and friends. Along with bizarre news that Japanese schools are banning female students from tying a ponytail because it excites men on the premises, a “jellyfish-like” hair grooming has surfaced on the internet. …

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Elgin Marbles: replicas sculpted by robots are offered to the British Museum

A replica of Selene’s Horse, one of the Elgin Marbles currently in the British Museum, is nearing completion at the Robotor workshop in Carrara, Italy. (Maria Giulia Trombini for The Washington Post) Amid a global judgment on colonialism and cultural supremacy, pressure is growing on the British Museum to return …

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Truly Tasteless: Japanese Plastic Kitchen Artists Get Creative

About 60 sculptures were on display, some silly but others designed to showcase the artists’ formidable skills. “They’re not real, but they look so real. It’s wonderful,” said Reiko Ichimaru, an exhibit attendee. “BURGERS ARE FOR BEGINNERS” All models were handcrafted by specialists from the Iwasaki Group, Japan’s leading “sampuru” …

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In-Person Talk Shows, ‘PLASMA’ Album & More – Billboard

Now an iconic J-pop group with fans around the world, the electro-pop trio The fragrance first caught the attention of listeners outside of their home country when one of their songs was featured in the Disney/Pixar-produced animated film. Cars 2 released in 2011. Already a popular girl group in Japan, …

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Japanese rock band 9MM Parabellum Bullet set to release ninth full album “Tightrope”

Japanese rock band 9mm Parabellum Bullet is set to release their long-awaited ninth studio album, titled TIGHTROPE, this August 24th on Sazanga Records/Nippon Columbia. Available now for pre-order here, TIGHTROPE is offered in digital (worldwide) and CD (Japan only) formats. The ten-track project marks the release of 9mm’s first original …

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Tropical storm hits Japan with heavy rain and winds

TOKYO (Reuters) – Tropical Storm Meari unleashed heavy rain on Japan’s main island of Honshu on Saturday as it tracked north toward the capital Tokyo, Japanese weather officials said. The Japan Meteorological Agency said Meari made landfall in Shizuoka prefecture, southwest of Tokyo, in the afternoon, bringing sudden heavy rain …

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Six Pakistanis, including 20-year-old Sheroze Kashif, head to the top tonight »Explorersweb

Nepali guides Pasdawa Sherpa, Dawa Ongchu, Nima Gyalzen and Ningma Tamang, along with their Western clients Kristin Harila and Grace Tseng, have already reached the G1 summit today. But what about the six Pakistani climbers battling against the wind at Camp 3 yesterday? They are still there, but they will …

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US, Philippines strike alliance amid Taiwan crisis

MANILA – Philippine President Ferdinand Marcos Jr officially opened a new chapter in his family’s longstanding and often strained relationship with the United States when he warmly welcomed US Secretary of State Antony Blinken to Malacañang Palace this weekend. The meeting was held in the same halls where the Marcos …

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Nihonmachi Street Fair this weekend

SAN FRANCISCO — The 48e The annual Nihonmachi Street Fair will be held Saturday, August 6 from 11 a.m. to 7:30 p.m. and Sunday, August 7 from 11 a.m. to 6 p.m. in San Francisco Japantown. Webster’s Post Street in Laguna will be closed and will feature AAPI Nonprofits, Asian …

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SRPGs Tactics Ogre: Reborn’s “Crown Jewel” Coming to PC November 11

The revamped strategy RPG Tactics Ogre: Reborn is coming to PC exclusively for Steam on November 11, confirming previous leaks. This “crown jewel” of tactical role-playing, according to Square Enix, is updated with improved graphics and sound, fully voiced cutscenes, and a revamped combat system. Watch the trailer below and …

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STÖNER, CLAMM and Civic lead new Victorian rock’n’roll music festival, Do The Pop

talia rinaldo lyrics Do The Pop is the new two-day rock n roll music festival taking over the Port Campbell Hotel in October. The colorful and bustling seaside village of Port Campbell is set to become an electrifying hub for music lovers in October with a brand new music festival, …

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The teacher inside

PUBLISHED July 31, 2022 CARACHI: ‘Ikigai’ is defined as ‘something to live on; purpose; the joy and purpose of living.’ According to this definition, Ikigai is strongly reminiscent of a useful and joyful life. I find the concept of Ikigai deeply satisfying because of its similarities to other philosophies such …

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Wall Street points lower after rate hike, ahead of GDP report

A woman wearing a face mask walks past a bank’s electronic board showing the Hong Kong stock index in Hong Kong, Thursday, July 28, 2022. Stocks were mostly higher in Asia on Thursday after the Federal Reserve stepped up its campaign against soaring inflation by raising its policy rate by …

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Pixies’ Black Francis Laments ‘Very Dystopian’ State of World: ‘Feels Like Going to Hell in a Hand Basket’ | Guitare.com

Black Francis of alt-rock band Pixies has something to say about recent events unfolding around the world, though most of them can be summed up with the phrase “dark and dystopian.” The guitarist sat down in a new interview with NMEwhere he spoke candidly about his disapproval of the current …

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CacheARTS Announces 2022-23 National Touring Season, Highlighted by Mannheim Steamroller Christmas – Cache Valley Daily

Chip Davis’ MANNHEIM STEAMROLLER CHRISTMAS will premiere in Logan on December 19 as part of the CacheARTS 22-23 National Touring Season and the Ellen Eccles Theater 100th Anniversary. LOGAN – The highlight of the holiday season in Cache Valley will be MANNHEIM STEAMROLLER CHRISTMAS by Chip Davis at the Ellen …

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Gibson partners with the Newport Festivals Foundation to honor Sister Rosetta Tharpe on the 55th anniversary of her legendary performance at the Newport Folk Festival

Gibson, the iconic American instrument brand, has partnered with the Newport Festivals Foundation through its philanthropic arm Gibson Gives at this summer’s Newport Folk Festival to celebrate music icon Sister Rosetta Tharpe and the 55e anniversary of her groundbreaking performance at the Newport Folk Festival on July 16, 1967. This …

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Bank of Japan defies wave of inflation-fighting hikes by keeping rates low

Bank of Japan Governor Haruhiko Kuroda has underlined his determination to keep interest rates low even if it means a weaker yen after the bank’s latest price forecast left the door open for continued speculation about the change in policy.The BoJ is the latest to hold rates among major developed …

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Monday Sports in Brief | Herald of Rock Hill

BASEBALL LOS ANGELES (AP) — Washington Nationals star Juan Soto won his first Home Run Derby, beating Seattle Mariners rookie Julio Rodríguez 19-18 in the final. Soto, 23, hit 53 total home runs, beating each of his three opponents by a home run in the midseason power showcase. Soto was …

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Tola leads 1-2 as Ethiopia finish in marathon at world championships

Runners begin the marathon at the World Championships in Athletics on Sunday July 17, 2022 in Eugene, Oregon. (AP Photo/Gregory Bull) Gregory Bull PA EUGENE, Oré. At one point, Tamirat Tola was there with the leading pack – shoulder to shoulder and shoe to shoe. So he wasn’t. He left …

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‘Jumping’ space dust may help asteroids move

Click, crackle, pop! The “hopping” of dust on asteroids could influence how these small bodies migrate through space. New images of the Bennu and Ryugu asteroids have helped shed light on the new findings, which could explain the pathways these space rocks take as they orbit the sun and sometimes …

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Keen Breen takes charge of Estonia

The M-Sport Ford Irishman edged the FIA ​​World Rally Championship leader by a tenth in Visit Estonia Tartu’s winding 1.64km stage on Raadi Manor Park roads. Elfyn Evans was one-tenth behind Toyota GR Yaris teammate Rovanperä after a searing opener in round seven of the season, in which the top …

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The band is all here at Bocchi the Rock!! TV Anime Visual Character

It’s almost time to reunite the group, as a new character visual (below) and new Japanese broadcast details have been revealed for Bocchi the Rock!!an upcoming television anime based on Aki Hamaji’s 4-panel manga about a dark girl who begins to overcome her social barriers through the power of rock …

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Asian markets follow Wall St higher as recession fears ease

Pedestrians walk past the New York Stock Exchange on Thursday, July 7, 2022 in New York. Stocks rebounded again on Wall Street on Thursday and the S&P 500 closed a fourth consecutive gain. (AP Photo/J. David Ake) J. David Ake PA BEIJING Asian stock markets followed Wall Street higher on …

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The 80/35 Music Festival returns to Des Moines. Here’s what you need to know

After a two-year absence, the 80/35 Music Festival returns to Des Moines this weekend with an impressive number of artists rounding out the lineup. The two-day music festival kicks off Friday at 5 p.m. with a performance by Guided By Voices on the Hy-Vee Main Stage. The final act of …

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Global shares are generally higher before the July 4 holiday in the United States

A person wearing a protective mask walks past an electronic board displaying Japan’s Nikkei 225 index at a securities company on Monday, July 4, 2022 in Tokyo. Stocks were mixed in Asia on Monday as U.S. futures fell ahead of the July 4 U.S. holiday (AP Photo/Eugene Hoshiko) Eugene Hoshiko …

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Here are the best ways to rock the stars and stripes this weekend

By: Emilie Haas July 1, 2022 Welcome to Give Me That, a GOLF.com column where we’ll highlight a notable item that we think you might like. Whether it’s an item of clothing, an intriguing electronic device, or anything in between, we want to share these articles with you because they’ve …

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Aoashi Reveals New 2nd Yard Key Visual Artists And New Theme Song Artists

The Boys Football Animated Series Aoashi revealed a new key visual for its upcoming second yard, which will begin airing on July 2, 2022. The production team also revealed the new musical artists who will perform the opening and ending theme songs for the second yard. Musical duet superfly will …

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Kyle Jamieson – “If Lord still has those shrimp, there could be full stomachs on the pitch”

This interview was conducted ahead of New Zealand’s England test series What is your favorite meal ?Probably Italian. There is a place my partner and I go to in Auckland that cooks delicious duck risotto. What about cooking – do you specialize in cooking?Over the past two years, I’ve tended …

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MANON is Japan’s rising hyperpop star

This story originally appeared on iD Japan. The maximalist hyperpop duo 100 gecs isn’t for everyone. For French-Japanese artist MANON, however, discovering them was essential – especially since they appeared in her life when the 20-year-old moved from Fukuoka to Tokyo in order to develop her sound. . “I started …

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From Lightyear to The First Lady: A Complete Guide to This Week’s Entertainment | Culture

Go out: Movie theater Light yearout nowYou already know Buzz Lightyear from the Toy Story movies. Have you ever wondered where the idea for this toy came from in the Toy Story universe? If so, this is the movie for you, as it explores the origin story of the astronaut …

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Why the Japanese yen is the weakest in 20 years and what it means

Placeholder while loading article actions The yen slipped to its lowest level in two decades against the dollar, largely because Japan has a different view of inflation than its global peers. The Bank of Japan stands out among major central banks for its commitment to keeping interest rates low to …

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Alo having the choice of softball leagues shows the growth of the sport

Oklahoma’s Alyssa Brito, left, scores while avoiding a tag from Texas wide receiver Mary Iakopo, right, during Game 2 of the NCAA Women’s Softball College World Series Finals in Oklahoma City, Okla., Thursday, June 9, 2022. (Ian Maule/ Tulsa World via AP) Ian Maule PA OKLAHOMA CITY Jocelyn Alo has …

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Jeddawis are ‘hungry’ for art events, says Art Director Jameel as new collection debuts

JEDDAH: After several years of competing in various local autocross competitions, Afnan Almarglani recently became the first Saudi woman to hold a trainer’s license in autocross and safe driving. His journey into sports began when his motorsport-mad brother brought home a brand new PlayStation when they were growing up. Both …

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This date in baseball | Herald of Rock Hill

June 14 1952 – Warren Spahn of the Boston Braves knocks out 18 Cubs in a 3-1 15-inning loss to Chicago. Spahn also homered. 1953 – The New York Yankees swept Cleveland, 6-2, 3-0, to extend the team’s winning streak to eighteen straight games. 1963 – Duke Snider hit his …

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Warehouse Café, a Delhi-based global cuisine resto-bar, is now in Kolkata | India is blooming

Kolkata/IBNS: The Warehouse Café, a Delhi-based global cuisine restaurant and bar, has made its way to Kolkata, marking the brand’s entry into eastern India. One of the nicest additions to the First Fiddle chain of restaurants, Warehouse Café offers a relaxed atmosphere to unwind with no set rules. With a …

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Ukrainian evacuee gives lecture on international culture at elementary school in western Japan

Iryna Malysheva, left, explains the Ukrainian version of the rock-scissors-paper game during a lecture held at an elementary school in Ritto, Shiga prefecture on June 1, 2022. (Mainichi/Kenichi Isono) RITTO, Shiga – A Ukrainian evacuee in Japan spoke to a group of elementary …

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Midori Takada, Background Music Legend: “In Japan, Artists Keep Reaching Old Age” | Music

Jhe sight of Midori Takada whipping between drums, cymbals and marimba is something few observers forget. She is a bewitching performer of great physical intensity. So her introduction as a “70-year-old percussionist” ahead of a performance at Melbourne’s Rising Festival – kind of like calling Paul McCartney an 80-year-old guitarist …

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20 Best Nintendo DS Games of All Time

As is the case with the course of the franchise, combat in this game focuses on timing and is generally more action-oriented than the typical RPG. Even better, the script comes across as one of the funniest (and arguably the best) from a series known for its excellent writing. The …

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Indie-rock trio Last Dinosaurs announce new album “From Mexico With Love”

After sharing their sunny new single ‘CDMX’, Brisbane indie-rock trio Last Dinosaurs are proud to announce their forthcoming full album From Mexico With Love which will be released on November 4th via Nettwerk. The ten-song effort was self-produced by the trio with the help of Australian producer James Agnus. Pre-order/pre-register …

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Three Things with Kumi Taguchi: “It really hurts my heart that I don’t take care of Piglet well enough” | SBS

SSince 2021, Kumi Taguchi has been the host of Insight, the mainstay of SBS taking a closer look at current affairs. This year, the program has delved into everything from catfishing to conspiracy theories and the ramifications of unexpected deathbed confessions. Next Tuesday at 8:30 p.m., the show will look …

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Albanese voted Australia’s leader in complex poll

Australian Prime Minister-elect Anthony Albanese, right, and his partner Jodie Haydon walk with their dog, Toto, in Sydney, Sunday, May 22, 2022. Albanese has vowed to rehabilitate Australia’s international reputation as a latecomer to change climate with reductions in greenhouse gas emissions. (Dean Lewins/AAP Image via AP) Dean Lewin PA …

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Meet Michelle Zauner’s Group – Hollywood Life

“From Shea Stadium to SNL.” This is how a Japanese breakfast fan summed up the news that the group would be performing on the May 21 episode of saturday night live, referencing Shea Stadium, the DIY venue in Brooklyn. Japanese breakfast, led by michelle zauner, have been part of the …

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Rina Sawayama announces new album Hold The Girl

Rina Sawayama has revealed the title and release date of her brand new studio album. Breaking the news via Instagram, the Japanese-born British singer-songwriter confirmed that the album would be titled hold the girland will land on September 2. The second studio album by the rising star of alternative pop, …

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Vernon Kay Dressed As Elvis Idol To Perform At Las Vegas Wedding

SWAGGERING on stage dressed as the king of rock ‘n’ roll, Vernon Kay’s childhood dreams had all come true. The Elvis Presley superfan had borrowed a jumpsuit to perform at a Las Vegas wedding – and despite initial nerves, he quickly ’embodied the spirit’ of his idol. 9 Boasting on …

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North Korea fires 3 ballistic missiles amid first virus outbreak

FILE – This photo distributed by the North Korean government shows what it says is a test firing of a Hwasong-17 intercontinental ballistic missile (ICBM), at an undisclosed location in North Korea on March 24, 2022. Independent journalists were denied access to cover the event depicted in this image distributed …

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Pan-Japanese committee meets to promote Sapporo’s Olympic bid

Members of the Ukrainian team climb the Olympic rings to pose for a photo in the Olympic Village of the 2022 Winter Olympics, Monday, Feb. 14, 2022, in Beijing’s Yanqing district. Funders from Sapporo, Japan to stage the 2030 Winter Olympics have come together to promote their bid. The Japanese …

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Cherry blossoms bloom across Hamilton. Go see them before they go

Pink, white and impossibly delicate, cherry blossoms have been bursting across Hamilton – but they won’t be around for long. A sure sign of spring, ornamental flowers always attract crowds of admirers and selfie-goers hoping to capture a bit of their fleeting beauty. Right now they are in full bloom. …

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Morning update: Indigenous women make up half of the female population in Canada’s federal prisons

Hello, Indigenous women now make up half of the female population in federal penitentiaries, a situation Canada’s Prisons Ombudsman calls “shocking and shameful.” Last week, federal prisons held 298 non-Indigenous women and 298 Indigenous women. This is the first time the ratio has reached 50/50, the ombudsman, Correctional Investigator Ivan …

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Celadon is pottery for the ages

If there are two product classes that dominate the decorative market here in the desert, they would be art glass and workshop pottery. Both are mid-century staples and add shape and color to any decor. Yet while most of our pottery comes from small home makers, some types have deep …

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J-Pop Producer Talks Process and Origins – Billboard

Listen to modern J-pop and chances are you’ll come across a song produced by Yuki Kojima. The creator, who records and produces as Yaffle, has become the go-to architect of modern pop music in the country, helping to shape the sound of a new generation. He provided hard-hitting R&B-tinged backdrops …

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Asian stocks rise thanks to Wall Street rally

People wearing face masks walk past a bank’s electronic board showing the Hong Kong stock index in Hong Kong, Monday, April 25, 2022. Asian stocks fell on Monday after U.S. stocks ended last week on a fall as global market expectations for higher interest rates continued to set the tone. …

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Ten confirmed dead after tour boat and 26 missing off Hokkaido

Ten people were confirmed dead on Sunday after a tourist boat with a total of 26 passengers and crew on board went missing in rough waters the day before off a World Heritage site on the island of Hokkaido, the country’s coast guard said. Aircraft and vessels dispatched by the …

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The gallerist recreates a tiny bit of Japan at Bodega Bay

Embedded in one wall of the living room is an antique cypress wood tansu built to store futons. The depth is perfect for hiding a TV. Above is a slate mantle with a slight curvature that mimics a curvature of the wooden deck railing above the Japanese garden. Above the …

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Asia-Pacific American Heritage Month 2022: What We’re Listening To

31 ways to celebrate the month of APAH 2021 Celebrate Asia-Pacific American Heritage Month with our curated calendar of live events, recommendations, and on-demand content highlighting the traditions, talents, and contributions of Asians and Asian Americans. See the calendar Discover your new binge and get to know our staff better …

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Wall Street drops in pre-market after Asian losses

A currency trader watches monitors in the trading room of KEB Hana Bank’s headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, Monday, April 18, 2022. Stocks were weaker in Asia after China announced on Monday that its economy increased at an annual rate of 4.8% in January. -March. (AP Photo/Ahn Young-joon) Ahn Young …

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Weekends in Bloom to Celebrate Cherry Blossom Season

To celebrate the spring season of cherry blossoms, magnolias, bluebells, and more, the Brooklyn Botanic Garden presents Art in the Garden: Weekends in Bloom on Saturdays, April 23, 30, and May 7, from 10:30 a.m. to 4 p.m. Visitors can listen to pop-up music and dance performances, learn about plants …

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Japanese electric vehicle battery company to build plant in Kentucky

FILE – Kentucky Governor Andy Beshear speaks at the Kentucky State Capitol in Frankfort, Ky., September 28, 2021. A Japanese electric vehicle battery technology company will build a plant in Kentucky, creating 2,000 jobs in an investment $2 billion that bolsters state leadership in battery production, Beshear said Wednesday, April …

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Today in history: On April 11, the Civil Rights Act takes effect

Today in History Today is Monday, April 11, the 101st day of 2022. There are 264 days left in the… Today in History Today is Monday, April 11, the 101st day of 2022. There are 264 days left in the year. Today’s highlight in the story: On April 11, 1968, …

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Today in History: Today is Saturday, April 9, the 99th day of 2022.

By The Associated Press Today’s highlight in the story: On April 9, 1865, Confederate General Robert E. Lee surrendered his army to Union Lt. Gen. Ulysses S. Grant at Appomattox Court House in Virginia. To this date : In 1413, the coronation of King Henry V of England took place …

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The last: Tiger’s day: 3 birdies, 2 bogeys, 71 at the Masters

Rain falls on a plexiglass divider in the 13th hole grandstand during a practice round for the Masters golf tournament Wednesday, April 6, 2022 in Augusta, Georgia. (AP Photo/Charlie Riedel) Charlie Riedel PA AUGUSTA, Ga. The latest news on The Masters (all local times): 4:30 p.m. Tiger Woods had good …

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Smoke House BBQ & Ramen Fuses Japanese & Southern Flavors | food drink

Nashville Hot Chicken – as close to Hattie B style as it gets. Matthew Schniper Brian Mark was tired to build things, only to see them fall apart. The self-taught chef and restaurant consultant worked for an investment group that would buy failing businesses, especially restaurant brands, under the auspices …

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5 interesting things about soy

April is National Soy Month, making it a great time to explore and celebrate the versatile uses of soy. Many foods are derived from soy, including soy milk, miso paste, tempeh, tofu, and edamame. Although the United States is the world’s largest producer of soybeans, the largest soybean farm, Good …

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Why the yen has weakened and what Japan is doing about it

1. What is a yield curve? It’s a way to show the difference in the reward investors get for choosing to buy short-term versus longer-term debt. Most of the time, they ask for more to lock up their money for longer periods of time, with the greater uncertainty that comes …

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The strategic growth of Benihana and RA Sushi continues

signs agreements for four companies (Conroe, TX, Plantation, Florida, Temecula, California, WellingtonFL) and two franchisees (Midland, Michigan, Saginaw, MI) Restaurants AVENTURA, Florida., March 29, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Benihana Inc., the nation’s leading Japanese sushi and teppanyaki restaurant owner and operator, today announced that it has signed agreements to open five …

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The Oscars are on Sunday and change is in the air

The cast of “Coda” accepts the award for Outstanding Performance by a Cast in a Motion Picture and signs “I Love You” at the 28th Annual Screen Actors Guild Awards at Barker Hangar on Sunday, Feb. 27, 2022 in Santa Monica , Calif. (AP Photo/Chris Pizzello) Chris Pizzello Chris Pizzello/Invision/AP …

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The friendless yen faces a third straight week of declines

SINGAPORE (Reuters) – The yen headed for its worst week in two years on Friday, dragged down by rising import costs and low interest rates from Japan, while commodity currencies were expected to post a second weekly gain run on the dollar as export prices remain high. The euro was …

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Fairlawn Restaurant offers sushi and more

Damn, I missed the sushi. During the pandemic, I learned to live without social gatherings, rock concerts, and out-of-state vacations, but I never really adjusted to life without white rice, seaweed wrappers, and soy sauce. . It was a real treat last week when my wife, Susie, and I had …

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‘Art in Bloom’ Seasonal Exhibit Returns to the Cincinnati Art Museum for the First Time Since 2019 | Things to do | Cincinnati

Click to enlarge Photo: courtesy of the Cincinnati Museum of Art A flower display juxtaposed with Vincent van Gogh’s “Undergrowth with Two Figures” during the 2019s Blooming art. The Cincinnati Art Museum celebrates the changing seasons with the return of popular exhibit Blooming art. Traditionally held in the fall, the …

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Hong Kong shares rise 9% on China’s pledge to support economy

A currency trader walks near the screen showing the Korea Composite Stock Price Index (KOSPI) at a foreign exchange trading floor in Seoul, South Korea, Wednesday, March 16, 2022. Asian stocks rose on Wednesday as investors awaited a widely expected decision from the United States. Federal Reserve on interest rate …

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Pre-Wedding Photoshoot Spots

Look no further for places to have your pre-wedding photoshoot, because here are six perfect spots to consider DO do you hear the wedding bells ringing? After couples were forced to postpone their nuptials due to the pandemic, many are starting to plan their weddings again, and that could include …

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MC5 announces new album and 2022 tour dates

It’s been 50 years since there has been new music from MC5. But now, Wayne Kramer and his current musical company are once again going into overdrive. Kicking off a campaign called We Are All MC5, the band released a teaser for “Heavy Lifting,” the first track from a new …

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Russia’s war in Ukraine: latest developments

Published on: 03/07/2022 – 20:40 “Results” at the talks Kyiv’s presidential adviser said a third round of talks between Ukraine and Russia on the Belarus-Poland border had brought “positive results” on opening humanitarian corridors. However, Russia’s chief negotiator Vladimir Medinsky said Moscow’s expectations for the talks “have not been met”. …

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Live Updates: Russian Bank Leaves Europe Despite Sanctions

Damaged cars and a destroyed accommodation building are seen near a checkpoint in Brovary, outside Kiev, Ukraine, Tuesday, March 1, 2022. Russian shelling pounded civilian targets in the second most major Ukrainian city on Tuesday and a 40-mile convoy of tanks and other vehicles threatened the capital – tactics Ukraine’s …

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Meet the new starters for ‘Pokémon Scarlet’ and ‘Violet’

The ninth generation of Pokémon was announced on Sunday (February 27) during Pokémon Presents and people have already lost it because of the new look. The twin games called Pokémon Scarlet and Violet seem to feature Pokémon from almost every generation and are due out before the end of this …

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How Sogo Ishii became the godfather of Japanese cyberpunk cinema

Ahead of its UK release, the Japanese filmmaker reflects on his anarchic 1980 cult classic, Crazy thunder road It is called “the holy grail of Japanese movie releases”; founding influence on cyberpunk cinema; and one of the most important works in the history of Japanese independent cinema. But for more …

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Olympics say goodbye to Asia after cursed race

The Italian flag, right, flies alongside Greece, center and China during the closing ceremony of the 2022 Winter Olympics, Sunday, Feb. 20, 2022, in Beijing. (AP Photo/Bernat Armangue) Bernard Armangue PA BEIJING The Olympics have said goodbye to Asia after a doomed run, and it’s unclear when they’ll be back …

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Arceus Easter Egg is an incredible reference to Beta Pokemon

One of the new Pokémon forms found in Pokemon Legends: Arceus includes an easter egg that dates back to the early days of the Pokemon franchise. Earlier this week, The Pokemon Company released official artwork of several previously unrevealed Pokemon in Pokemon Legends: Arceus, the new open-world style Pokemon game …

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Japanese-Canadian Society Plants Cherry Blossoms in Nanaimo’s Bowen Park – Nanaimo News Bulletin

The Canadian Japanese Canadian Society of Central Vancouver Island has roots in Bowen Park and elsewhere in Nanaimo. The society, also known as the Seven Potatoes Society – because Nanaimo translates to seven potatoes in Japanese – does not plant tubers, but Akebono cherry blossoms (prunus x yedoensis ‘Akebono’). Society …

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Fifty years of Japan-Bangladesh relations: development, assistance and economic ties

February 10 marked the 50th anniversary of the establishment of diplomatic relations between Bangladesh and Japan. Despite the huge differences in economic positions, the strong will to strengthen the existing good relations and close cooperation between the governments and peoples of the two Asian countries was reflected in the various …

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Big Data Imagery Shows Rock’s Important Role in Channeling Japan’s Earthquakes

Using 20 years of seismic data processed by one of the world’s most powerful supercomputers, scientists have created the first full 3D visualization of a mountain-sized rock called Kumano Pluto buried miles beneath the surface. southern coast of Japan. They can now see that the rock could act as a …

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Olympics live: High winds postpone alpine ski race

BEIJING – (AP) – The latest news on the Beijing Winter Olympics: ___ The start of the men’s alpine skiing competition at the Beijing Games has again been postponed due to strong winds. The race was scheduled to start at 11 a.m. Beijing time, but organizers first announced it would …

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Asian stocks shrug off tech selloff on Wall Street

Forex traders look at monitors in the foreign exchange trading room at KEB Hana Bank’s headquarters in Seoul, South Korea, Thursday, Feb. 3, 2022. Stocks were mixed in Asia on Thursday as the latest batch of reports on corporate earnings kept investors in a buy mood, driving gains on Wall …

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Iconic internet monster SCP-173 loses its appearance

One of the internet’s most popular monsters, a grotesque concrete figure named SCP-173, is losing face. SCP-173 is part of the SCP Foundation, a collaborative online horror writing project that most inspired Remedy’s Control, and has also appeared in several SCP fan games. But as SCP administrators grapple with copyright …

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One Piece: 10 islands inspired by real places

Of the many episodes that make up the anime series, A pieceThe many story arcs have seen Luffy and the Straw Hat Pirates sail across the seven seas. And on their journey they visited a variety of exciting and colorful islands and kingdoms. RELATED: 10 Times Luffy’s Leadership Inspired The …

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