Shop now, or risk losing the London Theater forever – review

The report, Securing the Future of London’s Theaters, calls for greater collaboration between theater organizers and London planners. Photo: Alex Brenner West End theaters risk being lost forever without major collaboration between venue operators, councils and other policy makers, according to a new report calling for swift action to protect the future of London venues … Read more

Manchester United to unveil new £ 20m-per-year training kit sponsorship with blockchain platform Tezos

Manchester United are to unveil a new multi-year sponsorship of their training kit by announcing a partnership with New York based blockchain platform Tezos. The Athletic can reveal that the parties have agreed a deal worth in excess of £ 20 million per year and United have already shot promotional materials at the club’s training … Read more

Why experts say Premier Moe’s claim vaccines no longer protect against COVID-19 is based on misunderstanding

Experts are pushing back on Premier Scott Moe’s pronouncement earlier this week that vaccines no longer prevent the transmission of COVID-19. Scientists and doctors say the premier’s position is not backed up by evidence or data. “He’s spewing basically nonsense,” said Nazeem Muhajarine, a professor of epidemiology at the University of Saskatchewan. In a statement … Read more

1 dead after crash on Toronto’s Gardiner Expressway in Etobicoke – Toronto

Toronto police say one person died after a crash on the Gardiner Expressway in Etobicoke on Thursday morning. Police said that around 9:23 am, a car and a truck collided in the westbound lanes of the Expressway. One person was pronounced dead at the scene, police said. The victim’s age or gender was not revealed. … Read more

Fashion designer Stevie Thomas finds muse through Vancouver Community College certificate program

Several years ago, fashion designer Stevie Thomas took a noncredit course at Vancouver Community College. Thomas — who prefers the pronouns they spirit them—Had no idea that this would put them on a path to discovering what they wanted to do for the rest of their lives. “For me, it’s leaning into your spirit,” Thomas … Read more

Ottawa weather: Chance of flurries, cold weather returns

Flurries and periods of snow will continue in the capital on Thursday and temperatures will drop later this afternoon. Environment Canada’s weather forecast calls for a 40 per cent chance of flurries this afternoon and a high of -6 C. Temperatures will drop to -9 C this afternoon and it will feel more like -14 … Read more

12,157 COVID-19 cases as 34 more people die

Thirty-four more people died with COVID-19 overnight, but hospitalization numbers and daily cases dipped again following calls for hospitals to manage their own decisions about what operations could go ahead. However, Mr Andrews held firm on the suspension. Victoria’s COVID-19 daily case numbers have dipped again as 24 more deaths were recorded. (The Age) “We … Read more

William Shakespeare predicted Trump’s rise: lunch with Peter Evans

Normal text sizeLarger text sizeVery large text size Writing in the time of authoritarian monarchs, Elizabeth I and James I, royal succession was an obsession of William Shakespeare. In Shakespeare’s tragedies Hamlet spirit Macbeth, leadership coups were regarded as transgressions against nature and came to grisly ends. Bell Shakespeare’s Artistic Director, Pete Evans laments, “Oh, … Read more

Shannon Martinez launches her blockbuster new vegan venue, which combines Smith & Daughters and Smith & Deli in one building

“I want this to be 100 percent me, no compromise. It’s a fresh start in my mind. Even if the restaurant is eight and the deli seven years old, it feels like a rebirth, ”says chef Shannon Martinez. The owner of Smith & Daughters and Smith & Deli has launched a new vegan hub at … Read more

Capital Life: Mono and new art shows are coming | The Canberra Times

whats-on, music, Capital life, art, Canberra, music, M16, Canberra Theater Center Melbourne / Naarm artist Damon Kowarsky’s exhibition presents his etchings and aquatints, through which he explores human and non-human landscapes. The core of Kowarsky’s work across drawing, printmaking and painting lies in his interpretation of architectural spaces and public landscapes worldwide. Throughout his travels … Read more