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25 Apr 19
World Site News

ANI | Updated: Apr 25, 2019 18:04 IST Mumbai (Maharashtra) [India] April 25 (ANI/NewsVoir): Lily Collins wore platinum jewellery from Cartier to the premiere of “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile” in London on April 24.The jewellery is in vogue as Lady Gaga was seen wearing them at the Academy Awards, Amy Adams at the…

25 Apr 19
UPHINDIA

Lily Collins wore PLATINUM jewelry from Cartier to the premiere of “Extremely Wicked, Shockingly Evil and Vile” in London on April 24th. Earrings with sapphires and diamonds, set in platinum Ring with a sapphire and diamonds, set in platinum Trend Alert: Colored gemstones set in platinum are becoming increasingly popular, as also seen on Lady Gaga at the Academy […]

25 Apr 19
DRINKS ENTHUSIAST

Following the success of its past editions, Florence Cocktail Week (FCW) will make its return from the 6th to the 12th of May. Founded and organized by Paola Mencarelli and Lorenzo Nigro, the weeklong event dedicated to mixology “Made in Florence” serves up a sundry calendar consisting of master classes and night shifts, featuring Italian […]

25 Apr 19
Charissa Jewelry

During the Arts & Crafts Movement, late 1800s to early 1900s, there was much controversy due to the Industrial Revolution. How did it begin? John Ruskin and William Morris were the proponents of the social movement leading the way against the Industrial Revolution. Seeing the lack of quality the machines were producing, people wanted to return to handcrafting […]

25 Apr 19
Robbie LaFleur

My husband and his sister are both fanatical Sudoku players; if they need a minute to relax or switch gears, they pop up the grid on their laptops and challenge their brains in a different way.  I was reminded of that when I wove a rug in shadow weave, part of a group warp of […]

24 Apr 19
Saga Generator

Hey Sagans, Welcome to the new edition of Saga Generator, my RPG character and worldbuilding blog. I have been playing, running and writing my own tabletop RPGs for around 15 years. Here I will share characters, items, story hooks and, occasionally, full adventures for your perusal. The nation of Rahadoum recently hit my radar again […]

24 Apr 19
Wormys Welten

Now, this here took me by complete surprise. James Ohlen, former Bioware lead designer for CRPG pearls like Baldur’s Gate I + II, Neverwinter Nights and Dragon Age:Origins has become a tabletop rpg publisher and together with another former Bioware employee (Jesse Sky), he just released kind of a sequel for BG 1 in the […]

24 Apr 19
RPGNEWS.COM

James Ohlen and Jesse Sky of Bioware fame have released the 160-page PDF Heroes of Baldur’s Gate over on DMs Guild.

24 Apr 19
Mike and David's Adventures

Good tourists that we are, we enjoyed two canal cruises. The first one was a dinner cruise. It was lovely to watch the city transform from sunset warmth to nighttime glow. The second cruise was on an open-air boat. By chance we were the only two guests for our 6 pm tour. Our guide was […]

24 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

Theater of NOTE continues the 2019 season with ROOTS: An Evening of the World Premiere by Lisa Sanaye Dring, Phinneas Kiyomura, Erik Patterson and Bill Robens, directed by Lee Hannah Conrads. ROOTS: An Evening of the World Premiere Short films are an evening with four wonderfully strange premieres written by four experienced theatrical writers of […]

24 Apr 19
Natalie's Blog: Professional Practices

Tips about copyright designers should know: 1. Register your work When you create work, applying for copyright registration might save you money in the long run. There are statutory laws that provide you with some protection when you initially create work, but having your work registered before you sue for infringement will make the issue […]

23 Apr 19
GoldDerby
“We custom-make everything that goes in the ring,” Beth Morgan tells Gold Derby in an exclusive interview about designing the wrestling costumes on “GLOW” (watch the video above), for which she has received back-to-back nominations from the Costume Designers Guild Awards. She explains about working on the 1985-set dramedy for Netflix, “It’s not every day as a costume designer that you get the possibility to work on such an elaborate show that’s so fun and has so many different body types and so many different things that have to happen in the ring as far as stunts and mobility for all the girls.” [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.goldderby.com/article/2019/tv-comedies-guild-awards-scorecard/” type=”SEE” target=”_self”]how “GLOW” fared at the recent industry guild awards.[/pmc-related-link] Morgan has submitted the second season finale for Best Period Costumes consideration at the Emmys this year, herself having been nominated in the defunct Best Series Costumes category for the debut season of “Deadwood” in 2004. She explains about her “GLOW” submission, “I was trying to think of one that not only showed the love of the work in the ring, but also the real life of these character. We spend a lot of time with them outside of the ring, so that was one I felt had a lot of both elements.” Morgan also costumed the debut seasons of “The Conners” and “The Kominsky Method” this season. Although she says that “ ‘The Conners’ was really a fun experience,” she is not submitting her work for Emmy consideration on that show, so she will not face off against herself on the Best Contemporary Costumes ballot, where Netflix is submitting “The Kominsky Method.” “Alan Arkin was so fun to dress,” she recounts before elaborating, “He was very happy to look so polished and put-together as the agent, so it was a real joy to work with him because we got to just touch beautiful silk suiting and pick out these fabrics and we had a really great time.” [pmc-related-link href=”https://www.goldderby.com/article/2018/glow-season-2-reviews-netflix-alison-brie-news-597314628/” type=”SEE” target=”_self”]how critics reviewed the second season of “GLOW.”[/pmc-related-link] Make your Emmy predictions today so that Hollywood insiders can see how their shows and performers are faring in our odds. You can keep changing your predictions as often as you like until the nominations announcement on July 16. And join in the debate taking place right now with Hollywood insiders in our television forum. Subscribe to our podcasts at either iTunes, Spotify, Libsyn, Google Play or Stitcher.
23 Apr 19
Sound Books

Eric Robles Shares New Sneak Peeks of ‘Glitch Techs’ Update (4/7) – Although Nickelodeon Australia and New Zealand aren’t airing Glitch Techs just yet, Foxtel, Nickelodeon’s Australia’s carrier, is revealing the titles of episodes!: Episode 1 – Age of Hinobi Pt. 1Episode 2 – Age of Hinobi Pt. 2Episode 3 – Tutorial Mode Update (4/23) […]

23 Apr 19
GoldDerby
“We custom-make everything that goes in the ring,” Beth Morgan tells Gold Derby in an exclusive interview about designing the wrestling costumes on “GLOW” (watch the video above), for which she has received back-to-back nominations from the Costume Designers Guild Awards. She explains about working on the 1985-set dramedy for Netflix, “It’s not every day as a costume designer that you get the possibility to work on such an elaborate show that’s so fun and has so many different body types and so many different things that have to happen in the ring as far as stunts and mobility for all the girls.” Morgan has submitted the second season finale for Best Period Costumes consideration at the Emmys this year, herself having been nominated in the defunct Best Series Costumes category for the debut season of “Deadwood” in 2004. She explains about her “GLOW” submission, “I was trying to think of one that not only showed the love of the work in the ring, but also the real life of these character. We spend a lot of time with them outside of the ring, so that was one I felt had a lot of both elements.” Morgan also costumed the debut seasons of “The Conners” and “The Kominsky Method” this season. Although she says that “ ‘The Conners’ was really a fun experience,” she is not submitting her work for Emmy consideration on that show, so she will not face off against herself on the Best Contemporary Costumes ballot, where Netflix is submitting “The Kominsky Method.” “Alan Arkin was so fun to dress,” she recounts before elaborating, “He was very happy to look so polished and put-together as the agent, so it was a real joy to work with him because we got to just touch beautiful silk suiting and pick out these fabrics and we had a really great time.”