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Benny Goodman in Carnegie HallBenny Goodman in Carnegie Hall by The Ovi Team
16 January 2022
January 16th 1938. Jazz has been called "America's classical music," a label that does more than just recognize its American origins. The label also makes the case that jazz is worthy of aesthetic... (Add a comment)
Closing schools and bulldozing Rohingya shops are cruel and bad policiesClosing schools and bulldozing Rohingya shops are cruel and bad policies by Dr. Habib Siddiqui
15 January 2022
Bangladesh hosts over 1.1 million Rohingyas who fled neighboring Myanmar during a genocidal campaign by the security forces in 2017. Most of them live in and around Kutupalong and Nayapara refugee camps in the... (Add a comment)
RainsRains by Jan Sand
15 January 2022
There are rains that drag fog skirts Across the country-side in stealthy hiss, That, gently, in determination (Add a comment)
Stringfellow Barr; Joining the Human RaceStringfellow Barr; Joining the Human Race by Rene Wadlow
15 January 2022
Stringfellow Barr, whose birth anniversary we mark on 15 January, was a historian, largely of the classic Greek and Roman Empire period and an active world citizen. (Add a comment)
Screws & Chips #022Screws & Chips #022 by Thanos Kalamidas
15 January 2022
In a galaxy far, far away, intelligence demonstrated by screws and chips, boldly gone where no robot has gone before! (Add a comment)
Hill Street Blues beginsHill Street Blues begins by The Ovi Team
15 January 2022
January 15th 1981; Hill Street Blues, television's landmark cops-and-robbers drama, debuts on NBC. When Hill Street Blues first appeared, the police show had pretty much been given up for dead. (Add a comment)
Albert Schweitzer: Respect for Life Against Nuclear DeathAlbert Schweitzer: Respect for Life Against Nuclear Death by Rene Wadlow
14 January 2022
Albert Schweitzer, whose birth anniversary we note on 14 January, was concerned with the ways that these four ideals of civilization are developed into a harmonious whole. (Add a comment)
Oh Carol, PoemOh Carol, Poem by Michael Lee Johnson
14 January 2022
You treat me like soiled underwear. I work my way through. I gave up jitterbug dancing, that cha-cha-cha, all my eccentric moves, theatric acting, poetry slams. (1 comment)
Serious cultures, frivolous cultures, cold culturesSerious cultures, frivolous cultures, cold cultures by Joseph Gatt
14 January 2022
Of all the organizations I was associated with in the past, I would say the organizations can fit into three categories of corporate culture: serious, frivolous or cold and distant. (Add a comment)
Ephemera #036Ephemera #036 by Thanos Kalamidas
14 January 2022
Ephemera: a word with ancient Greek roots meaning 'something that is produced or created that is never meant to last or be remembered'. (Add a comment)
Marilyn Monroe marries Joe DiMaggioMarilyn Monroe marries Joe DiMaggio by The Ovi Team
14 January 2022
January 14th 1954. It was the ultimate All-American romance: the tall, handsome hero of the country's national pastime captures the heart of the beautiful, glamorous Hollywood star. (1 comment)
Conrad returns to LondonConrad returns to London by The Ovi Team
14 January 2022
January 14th, on this day in 1894, Joseph Conrad returns to London to settle down after a long career at sea. There, he begins rewriting a story he had been working on during his travels, which becomes his first novel, Almayer's Folly. (2 comments)
2022: Matters Arising - What's on the table this year?2022: Matters Arising - What's on the table this year? by Kola King
13 January 2022
The year 2021 has come and gone. 2022 has quitely rolled in with its bag and baggage. The previous year was shaped by the global pandemic. This affected many economies due to the global lockdown in 2020 and its concomitant... (Add a comment)
The sacredThe sacred by George Cassidy Payne
13 January 2022
is when you know that shoveling the driveway is a Catholic mass (Add a comment)
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