Japanese rock

Every upcoming anime on Disney Plus

Disney + is the latest streaming platform to join the anime game and here are all the anime coming to the streamer. As Disney + prepares to enter more markets in the Asia-Pacific region – South Korea, Taiwan and Hong Kong – in November 2021, the media giant is looking …

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Why currency volatility could make a comeback

October 30, 2021 FOREIGN-EXCHANGE the markets were once a hotbed of lively speculative activity. But today traders looking for an adrenaline rush should look to assets like cryptocurrencies instead. Barring a brief surge at the start of the pandemic – and isolated events in the Turkish lira – currency markets …

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Duran Duran releases new album 40 years after debut

When British pop group Duran Duran made their debut, they weren’t sure how long they were going to last. But 40 years later, the new wave group is still going strong and released their 15th studio album, “Future Past”, on Friday. “We never would have expected to make music together …

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Cell therapy advances options for corneal endothelial disease

Cell therapy developed by a team of Japanese researchers led the Aurion Biotech IOTA trial, and the company recently published the first results of the study. The treatment, corneal endothelial cell therapy, is an innovative biological therapy developed by Shigeru Kinoshita, MD, PhD, professor and chair of ophthalmology at Kyoto …

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Today in History – KTAR.com

Today in history Today is Tuesday, October 12, the 285th day of 2021. There are 80 days left in the year. The highlight of today’s history: On October 12, 2000, 17 sailors were killed in a suicide bombing attack on the destroyer USS Cole in Yemen. To this date : …

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India and the geopolitics of the moon

A year ago, eight countries led by the United States signed the so-called Artemis Accords. The agreements are an agreement to comply with a broad set of principles to guide the expansion of human activity on the moon – ranging from mineral resources to the establishment of lunar colonies. The …

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Consider this from NPR: NPR

The new game Sable features an original soundtrack by Michelle Zauner, best known as the indie rock star behind the group Japanese Breakfast. Hangars hide caption toggle legend Hangars The new game Sable features an original soundtrack by Michelle Zauner, best known as the indie rock star behind the group …

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China’s energy crisis will hit the whole world

Rather, it puts the panic buying scenes in Britain into perspective, where a driver pulled a knife at another motorist as large queues continued to form at gas stations. Images of a man in Welling, south-east London, appeared to show him yelling at another driver and brandishing a gun as …

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A sample brought back to Earth takes a close look at Brown

PROVIDENCE, RI [Brown University] – In December 2020, the Japanese spacecraft Hayabusa2 swung across the Earth to deposit a cache of rock samples taken from a near-Earth asteroid called Ryugu. Asteroids like Ryugu are believed to represent the ancient building blocks of the solar system, and scientists are eager to …

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Natural wonder: seismic lights »Explorersweb

During an earthquake, strange lights sometimes appear in the sky. Observers are bewildered and scientists also don’t know what to make of it. If you ever see these ominous lights, don’t panic. It is not the end of the world and the aliens have not come to invade it. Lately, …

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Stocks hold gains on Wall Street after Fed statement

People walk past the electronic board of a securities firm in Tokyo on Wednesday, September 22, 2021. Asian stocks were mostly down Wednesday after major indices ended mixed on Wall Street. (AP Photo / Koji Sasahara) Koji Sasahara PA Stocks on Wall Street closed broadly higher on Wednesday after the …

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Geraldine Mitsuko Yamamoto – Rafu Shimpo

Geraldine Mitsuko Yamamoto, 87, died on August 16, 2021. She was predeceased by her husband, Ben Tsutomu (1931-2006). Geraldine was the beloved mother of Bryce (Sandra Wagand) Yamamoto, Julie (Ben Kingsbury) Yamamoto and Jan (Jack) Mongkolkasetarin; and loving grandmother of Hana (16) and Kai (10) Kingsbury, and Miya (10) and …

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Biden wants to turn the page on 20 years of UN war

In this photo provided by the United Nations, Abdulla Shahid, left, strikes a hammer signaling his assumption of office as the new president of the 76th session of the United Nations General Assembly, accompanied by Secretary-General António Guterres at the headquarters of the UN on Tuesday, September 14. , 2021. …

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MONO looks deep inside with a new album

Japanese rock icons MONO last week released his latest album, Pilgrimage of the soul Going through Pelagig Records. We rarely publish Q&A interviews at HEAVY but with the language barrier a little difficult to overcome, we gave in on this occasion, with the guitarist Taka answer a few questions by …

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Pioneering tourist trip to orbit ends with a water landing

This photo provided by SpaceX shows Inspiration4 passengers in the Dragon capsule on their first day in space. They are, from left to right, Jared Isaacman, Hayley Arceneaux, Chris Sembroski and Sian Proctor. SpaceX put them in a 363 mile (585 kilometer) orbit after Wednesday night’s launch from NASA’s Kennedy …

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Japan’s ruling party races to choose Suga’s successor

Japanese Prime Minister. (Yoshikazu Tuno / Pool photo via AP)” title=”Former Japanese Foreign Minister Fumio Kishida, presidential candidate for the ruling Liberal Democratic Party (PDL), delivers a campaign speech in Tokyo on Friday, September 17, 2021. The official election campaign began on Friday for the new head of the Japanese …

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Virtual Conference Links Route 66 Enthusiasts

The Miles of Possibility Route 66 conference is back this year and will be held Thursday through Sunday, October 21-24, with the theme “A Global Celebration of Route 66”. Atlanta resident Bill Thomas, who chairs the Route 66 Road Ahead partnership, will speak at the 100th anniversary of the historic …

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Restaurant review: Kazumi Ramen – InDaily

In the past, when overseas travel was still the order of the day, I found myself on a culinary pilgrimage through Japan. What started out as a hunt for some of their best street food like yakitori and okonomiyaki, quickly became an obsession with one dish in particular: ramen. We’ve …

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Risks of party revolt rise for Japanese Prime Minister Suga after local election defeated – world

Linda Sieg and Yoshifumi Takemoto (Reuters) Tokyo, Japan ● Mon 23 Aug 2021 2021-08-23 13:10 0 6281d9f905b49edfeb97b8e9033c0aee 2 World Yoshihide-Suga, Japan, Prime Minister To free Unpopular Japanese Prime Minister Yoshihide Suga appears increasingly vulnerable to a challenge within his party for the country’s top post after an ally was defeated …

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Tokyo Paralympic Games move forward to allow students to attend

Craig Spence, from left, brand and communications director for the International Paralympic Committee (IPC), Markus Rehm from Germany, Amalia Perez from Mexico, Matt Stutzman from the United States, Husnah Kukundakwe from Uganda and Beatrice Vio from Italy attend an upcoming 2020 Paralympic Summer Games press conference in Tokyo, Japan on …

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Today’s Story August 22, 2021 – Morning Diary

22 august Today’s highlights 1996 President Bill Clinton signed a welfare law that ends guaranteed cash payments to the poor and requires work on the part of recipients. Also on this date 1485 Richard III of England was killed in the Battle of Bosworth, thus ending the War of the …

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Today in History – The Durango Herald

Today in history Today is Sunday, August 15, the 227th day of 2021. There are 138 days left in the year. The highlight of today’s history: On August 15, 1945, in a pre-recorded radio speech, Japanese Emperor Hirohito announced that his country had accepted the terms of surrender to end …

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August 2021 rock / pop record reviews

Black Sabbath: Super Deluxe Sabotage Rhino R1 645954 (4LP). 2021. Black Sabbath, Mike Butcher, Hugh Gilmour, prod .; Andy Pearce, Matt Wortham, P.Eng. Performance ***** Sonic *** Black Sabbath’s sixth album was born in the midst of a legal war between the band and their management. In an all too …

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Art embodying consciousness and biological forms

There are several identities for Zhou Hoho: fashion designer, musician and artist. The exhibition “Zhou Hoho: Carry Me with Forms”, which showcases the artist’s work over the past five years – mainly installations, sculptures and photographs – is on-going at the Long Museum West Bund until September 12. The title …

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Honeycutters, high energy jam, gritty country

Fans of Asheville favorites Amanda Anne Platt and the Honeycutters have been given an extra dose of music in recent months. Longtime local singer-songwriter has released two singles each month since April, including “Saint Sebastian” and “This Night” which were released on July 19th. The songs were all released by …

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Monday Sports in brief | Rock Hill Herald

MLB CINCINNATI (AP) – New York Mets manager Luis Rojas was suspended for two games on Monday and fined for excessive arguing with the referees, an explosion that followed a bizarre game a day earlier in Pittsburgh. Rojas was scheduled to begin serving his suspension Monday night in Cincinnati. He …

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Former Seahawk Sherman Arrested – NCWLIFE

Former Seahawk Richard Sherman is in jail today after being arrested for domestic violence with burglary last night outside a house in Redmond. The 33-year-old free agent cornerback is also reportedly under investigation by State Patrol for crashing his car into a concrete barrier at a construction site along a …

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Cristina Iglesias creates liquid sculptures by the sea

July 10, 2021 SAINT SEBASTIAN ONA ROCKY outcrop overlooking a Norwegian fjord, she created a wall of aluminum foil, making each of their slightly curved shapes distinct. At the open-air sculpture park of the Inhotim Museum in southern Brazil, she built a magical maze lined with replicas of vegetation. In …

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Shank tries to use IndyCar break to finalize future plans

fans decorated their campsite at Mid-Ohio Sports Car Course to congratulate local IndyCar owner Michael Shank for winning the Indianapolis 500 on Saturday July 3, 2021 in Lexington, Ohio. Shank’s team is based 50 miles from the Pataskala race track and considers Mid-Ohio to be their home track. Mid-Ohio welcomes …

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the studio ensemble exhibits “the architecture of the earth” at the TOTO GALLERY · MA in tokyo

TOTO GALLERY · MA presents ‘ensamble studio: architecture of the earth’, the first Japanese solo exhibition of ensamble studio. visible until September 12, 2021, the exhibition highlights projects born out of the studio’s exploration of the relationship between land and architecture. a selection of models and videos showcase the cross-functional …

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Nadal, Osaka both for Wimbledon; she will go to the Olympics

fans à domicile. » (AP Photo/Kirsty Wigglesworth, dossier)” title=”FILE – Japan’s Naomi Osaka returns to Kazakstan’s Yulia Putintseva in a women’s singles match on Day 1 of the Wimbledon tennis championships in London, Monday July 1, 2019, file photo. Osaka’s agent said the four-time Grand Slam champion will not compete …

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Black Sabbath launches an online escape game

With the super deluxe reissue of Black Sabbath’s Sabotage Now weighing heavily on the shelves of decent record stores across the country, the band seized the opportunity to celebrate as bands across the ages have celebrated: by launching a online escape room. Sabbath Publicity Statement Says Fans Can “Enter The …

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Best album release date

On the occasion of their 8th anniversary, K-pop boy band BTS announced a special giveaway for Japanese AMRYs. Amid rumors of a surprise album on ‘ARMY Day’ on July 9, it is reported that BTS will be releasing their new Japanese album titled- BTS: the best for fans in June. …

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Tokyo Olympics still undecided on fans – or no fans at all

Kawasaki City Institute for Public Health Director General Nobuhiko Okabe speaks at a press conference after a panel discussion on COVID-19 countermeasures at the Tokyo 2020 Games in Tokyo, on Friday, June 11, 2021. A group of experts participated in a third roundtable discussion on COVID-19 proposed countermeasures for the …

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