The Metropole Bookshelf is an opportunity for authors of forthcoming or recently published books to let the UHA community know about their new work in the field. Genevieve Carpio. Collisions at the Crossroads: How How Place and Mobility Make Race. University of California Press, 2019. By Genevieve Carpio Collisions at the Crossroads seeks to bring […]
‘There is a wide world ready for experimentation’
Height: 6-8 Weight: 230 lbs. Wingspan: 7-2 Birthday/Age: 2/8/1998 (21 years-old) School: Gonzaga Strengths: Size/Strength, Transition, Mid-range Weaknesses: Handles, 3-Point shooting, Defensive awareness
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The Italian Banking Association (ABI) has announced that Italian banks will be turning to blockchain technology for reconciliations. The initiative will kick off in March 2020 and will be the first use of blockchain technology for banks in the country.
Good news for Japanese players of the upcoming Super Mario Maker 2 – the game is getting a guidebook in Japan. Kadokawa has announced the official Super Mario Maker 2 guidebook will launch on July 19, 2019 for 1500 yen (excluding sales tax). Inside the guidebook are information on the building and playing aspects of […]
This is part of an ongoing series in which the Bling Ring will be selecting a different movie each week to highlight the otherwise criminally overlooked vastly rich and culturally significant cinematic works originating from the Asian continent. By Allstar Fonda Led by a strong cast of three Japanese actresses, and one still relatively young […]
The US trip of Vice Premier and Interior Minister Matteo Salvini comes on the eve of important deadlines for Italy in its relationship with the EU. The EU has indeed notified Italy the infringement procedure for excessive debt. On 9 July, the Ecofin “will decide whether to confirm the line of the Commission and the […]
The illusion of mastery has driven us into the bottomless well of ignorance – Gilles Clement (1) A black centerpede makes its home in a rotting piece of wood.Cracked masonry bricks nestle wind blown seeds.Oxidizing steel rusts through,A pockmaked surface.Sculpted hills make for pioneering plants to flourish.Fractured concrete walls,Roots run down deep.Osymandian arches reminds me of my […]
Posted by Andrew Bacevich at 7:28am, June 20, 2019.Follow TomDispatch on Twitter @TomDispatch. Yes, they’re now known as the “greatest generation,” while the generation that followed them is sometimes referred to as the “silent” one. In my own limited experience, however, those World War II vets, the ones I knew anyway, were remarkably silent about […]
Part two of Sage’s personal record of events in this, ‘The Year of Brexit’, perhaps.
Did you know that by treatment your skin, you’re hampering the progress of skin aging? The skin we have needs to be watered all the time. Your skin tissues, collagen and elastin which make it up get damaged easily if they’re dry and brittle. But finding any brand of lotion available in the market is […]
We planned itinerary for the entire Canberra trip, but of course there are bound to be changes here and there. As mentioned, we had to go to the National Dinosaurs Museum and Corin Forest Ski Resort for Buddy. Before the trip, I checked out TripAdvisor for other suggestions. After discussion with the family, my husband […]