Neoclassical Growth Model

Addressing pain points in export trade

Columnists Addressing pain points in export trade Thursday, November 17, 2022 Export activities are an important driver of the Kenyan economy, but trading in raw materials earns it less than it could earn from exports of high-value finished goods. Case Neoclassical economists gained worldwide acclaim for pushing for the advancement …

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What I Learned From Steady-State Economist Herman Daly

Herman Daly, the dean of steady-state economists, died recently at the age of 84. His view that the Earth could only sustain a long-term steady-state economy—rather than the perpetually growing economy envisioned by most living today—was based on an understanding he reached the beginning of his career. As a doctoral …

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Dartmouth shares a share of the $2 billion Powerball jackpot

If you win part of the Powerball jackpot but not all of it, can you still say you hit the Powerball? Someone finally won the record-breaking Powerball jackpot estimated at $2.04 billion on Tuesday morning, which was postponed to Monday night due to security concerns with one of the participating …

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“The countries that have crashes are those that follow a school of economics too closely” – The Irish Times

Economist and author Ha-Joon Chang says that when he was younger in the early 1980s, many mothers in his home country of South Korea forbade their sons from entering their kitchens. If they entered, warned their mothers, their “gochu” would fall. A gochu is a capsicum pepper. It’s also Korean …

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KTEP Public Radio Music Party Playlist Vol. 1

The music in this playlist is made up of music of various genres from the border region which includes the cities of El Paso and Las Cruces. Each band is local and originalsome are newer and some are older, but they have each found their own sound and continued to …

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Workers should not have to pay the costs of the energy crisis

Hans-Jürgen Urban It’s not correct. Admittedly, government measures are discussed differently at the DGB. But Verdi (the United Services Union) and IG Metall, for example, clearly criticized the package. There is no doubt that €300 or €200 in increases in housing allowances and child allowances – and other things for …

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Explore Thai history and culture

“The Legacy of Philosopher King Vajiravudh” exhibit at King Vajiravudh Memorial Hall. KTC PR Press Club The downpour dissipates as we stroll through the Phra Nakhon district and the sun is now shining brightly in the clear sky. Despite the upcoming weather change, it is a wonderful time to get …

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Institutions and Economy~II – The Statesman

Over the past decade, there has been a renewed need to implement the reform process. India reaffirmed its policy of fiscal prudence, with a new timetable to reduce the national budget deficit to 3% of GDP. The industrial policy remains liberal and puts more emphasis on the “ease of doing …

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A Catholic vision of the economy

Today’s late night article is a podcast appearance by Catholic writer and economist Tony Annett, whose book Cathonomics: how the Catholic tradition can create a fairer economy (Georgetown University Press, 2022) seeks to address economic inequality and injustice by applying the principles of Catholic social teaching. He joins the podcast …

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WA Ballet Artistic Director Aurelien Scannella Announces Big 2023 Season

While WA Ballet is busy in the rehearsal studio for the company’s highly anticipated Swan Lake, artistic director Aurélien Scannella is already anticipating its 2023 season. The year will not only be another big year for Australia’s oldest professional ballet company, but also for Belgium-born Scannella and his wife, artistic …

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Nation offers role model amid global push for prosperity – Reuters

Wang Weibo examines cherry tomatoes in a greenhouse in Longyou County in Quzhou, Zhejiang Province. XU YOULEI/FOR CHINA DAILY His approach can help countries on the path to development, say the authors The authors of a landmark global analysis on the future of humanity urge developing countries to consider China’s …

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Fighting climate change with a “greener” economy

“Spending more money” has long been considered a fair reward for creating and accumulating wealth. But, as I’ve argued in my work that spans more than six decades, how we make money is more important than how we spend it. If the goods and services we produce leave behind a …

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Dave Mustaine texted James Hetfield about his insecurities on stage

Megadeth bandleader Dave Mustaine says he recently texted James Hetfield after the Metallica singer-guitarist admitted his insecurities on stage this spring. At a Metallica concert in May, Hetfield got emotional before playing the metal band’s “Sad But True.” And he shared his fears with the public. “I didn’t feel very …

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24 UNESCO World Heritage Sites in the United States of America

Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park – A UNESCO World Heritage Site Waterton-Glacier International Peace Park is a UNESCO World Heritage Site, located on the 49th parallel, separating Canada and the United States -United. The park’s unique climate, the abrupt meeting of mountains and grasslands, and the trioceanic …

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Where is the French left headed? – Christophe Sente and Christopher Mackin

Beyond the new electoral training, a potential path is opening up to democratize work. Will the populism of Jean-Luc Mélenchon prevail or the interest in self management reappear? (Victor Joly/shutterstock.com) Has the French left ever been a social democrat? Until now, the question interested only the academics attached to listing …

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Voice of the People – Pakistan Observer

Articles and letters may be edited for clarity and space. They are published in good faith with a view to enlightening all stakeholders. However, the content of these writings does not necessarily correspond to the views of the newspaper. Bentley Heist The Bentley Mulsanne believed to have been stolen in …

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Spectorgroup will move its New York office to 200 Madison Avenue

The overall design of Spectorgroup’s new office will be energized with various spaces for collaboration and ideation. Gone is the hierarchy created by rows and rows of desks. Forgoing the formal barrier of a traditional reception, The Commons is centered around a large reception lounge. The architecture firm designs its …

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Couture Fantasy’ dazzles more than brilliantly at the Legion of Honor

Guo Pei’s creations emanate glory. While the famed couturier is best known in the United States for crafting Rihanna’s 2015 Met Gala gold dress, Guo’s work has blended illusionary whimsy and lavish elegance for decades. At the Legion of Honor until September 5, more than 80 works by Guo weave …

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These are the 5 most visited destinations in Mexico by Americans

Share the article Last update 2 hours ago Without a doubt, Mexico is America’s favorite vacation spot. US citizens make up the vast majority of foreigners visiting the tourism-dependent country and are driving its rebound from the Covid crisis. Now, the 5 cities Americans love most in Mexico have been …

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Cordoba’s magnificent Mosque-Cathedral showcases Spain’s Muslim heritage

Retention and change Civil war weakened Umayyad control of Al Andalus in the early 11th century, which later allowed Ferdinand III and his forces to take the city in 1236. The Castilians may have radically changed the spiritual function of the Grand Mosque, but they certainly weren’t going to Destroy …

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What is a “fair” labor market? By Oren M. Levin-Waldman

Listen to socioeconomic research professor Oren M. Levin-Waldman’s discussion of his most recent essay, “What Constitutes a ‘Fair’ Labor Market?” this Wednesday, August 10, 2022What does a “fair” labor market consist of? He can be heard every other Wednesday morning from 10-11 a.m. ET on the Westchester On the Level …

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The new form of industrial policy we see today is tech nationalism Alisa Di Caprio

Industrial policy is for and against, but it never really goes away. Today, we can cite tariff policies and the WTO’s inability to control them as proof that industrial policy is alive and well, said Alisa Di Caprio, Chief Economist, R3 in an interview with BW Businessworld. Tell us about …

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Book Review: Macroeconomics: An Introduction by Alex M. Thomas

In Macroeconomics: An Introduction, Alex M. Thomas offers new insight into the development of macroeconomics, combining concepts with real-life examples drawn from the Indian economy. By linking economic ideas to real-life problems, Thomas succeeds in his goal of enabling readers to grasp the daily life of macroeconomics, writing Kaibalyapati Mishra. …

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How to Manhandle Money

Comment In my last column, I explained how governments and banks create money. The basics are incredibly simple – so simple, in fact, that the great non-traditional economist John Kenneth Galbraith once commented that: “The process by which banks create money is so simple that the spirit is repelled. Where …

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Watch Tony Iommi at the 2022 Commonwealth Games Opening Ceremony

Guitar legend Tony Iommi was among the performers who took part in the opening ceremony of the 2022 Commonwealth Games in Birmingham on Thursday evening (July 28). The guitarist recently revealed his attendance at the event, announcing that he will be performing alongside saxophonist Soweto Kinch for the “dream sequence” …

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The Productivity Slowdown, Inflation and Austerity – Alfred Kleinknecht

Calls for the ECB to raise interest rates to curb inflation have failed to take into account the negative impact of “structural reforms” in labor markets on innovation. A return to the high path of innovation-led productivity growth is preferable to another “Volcker shock” to curb the inflation associated with …

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Q&A: Virginia environmentalist on ‘fundamental conflict’ between climate and consumerism

Want to see Brian Czech cringe? Simply repeat the claims that uncontrolled economic growth is always compatible with environmental preservation. The urge to explode this myth prompted the Virginian to create the Center for the Advancement of a Steady State Economy in 2003. CASSE, a nonpartisan organization based in Arlington …

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Dope releases first two songs in six years, announces 2023 album

Dope are back with their first new songs in six years, “Believe” and “No Respect.” Along with the songs, they announced their upcoming seventh studio album, Blood Money Part Zer0, which is slated for release in 2023. Blood Money Part Zer0 will be the band’s first album since 2016 blood …

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Herman Daly: an economist for eco-social activists

A new book explains how an economist, by challenging orthodoxy, helped activists change the world. Activists from a wide range of sustainability and social justice movements owe an intellectual debt to the work of Herman Daly, often cited as the father of ecological economics. Because Daly’s contributions focus on basic …

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Watch Zakk Wylde perform live with Pantera at Ozzfest 2000

Fans eager for Pantera’s upcoming “reunion” tour next year with Zakk Wylde on guitar should check out this video of one of their first times playing together – August 8, 2000, at Ozzfest. Wylde, Ozzy Osbourne’s ax man and leader of the Black Label Society, stuck with them in Cincinnati …

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On the way to its 100th anniversary, the Greenwich Historical Society celebrates its 90th anniversary In a Gatsbyesque setting

Easter’s estate pictured as Howard E. Spaulding House, Field Point Park. Contributing photo. By Anne W. Semmes On Saturday evening, October 1, a unique dinner dance created by the Greenwich Historical Society to celebrate 90 years of service to the community will take place on the grounds of the neoclassical …

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What the Bored Ape Yacht Club and Quontic Pool Party in the Metaverse Mean for Your Business

By Christos Makridis Crypto may be crashing, but metaverse spending is reaching new heights. Investments in the metaverse jumped to $12 billion in 2021, from $5.9 billion in 2020 to over $5.9 billion in 2020 to over. The metaverse could grow to $13 trillion — more than half the size …

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Global Dance-Ballet Performance Market 2022 – Incredible Possibilities, Recent Trends, Business Opportunities and Forecast to 2028

The Global dance-ballet performance market from 2022 to 2028 search by MarketQuest.biz contains information on the structure and size of the market. According to the research, important categories are expected to grow rapidly between 2022 and 2028. It examines the market in terms of segments, geographies, manufacturers, revenue share and …

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How the national debt weighs on future generations

“The national debt is an asset for individuals buying government securities and a liability for taxpayers,” writes the author of the briefing note. Steve Robinson, chief economist of the Concord Coalition. “If individuals repay their share of the national debt with higher taxes over their lifetime, then the effect of …

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CB Radio Market Quality and Quantity Analysis

North America, March 2022,– – The CB Radio Market research report includes an in-depth study of the major Global CB Radio Market leading players as well as the company profiles and planning adopted by them. This helps the buyer of the CB Radio report to get a clear view of …

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The deadly altruism of the economy

Comment Many critics of mainstream economics believe that economists are in the pocket of big business: that they are paid screamers who say what their corporate payers want them to say. With 50 years of experience as economists – including 30 years as an academic economist myself, though decidedly non-traditional …

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Visit Ireland: Immerse yourself in Dublin culture

(CNN) — With St. Patrick’s Day a global phenomenon and Irish pubs found everywhere from Peru to Lanzarote, it can be easy to think you’ve gotten a feel for Ireland without visiting, especially if you’re one of the world’s 70 million people. who can claim Irish heritage. . However, to …

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Megadeth Returns With New Fiery Song, Officially Announces Album

Finally, after years of promises, Megadeth has officially announced their new album, The sick, the dying… and the dead!“With this news comes a music video for ‘We’ll Be Back,’ the closing track of what will serve as the band’s 16th studio album. The action-packed short titled “We’ll Be Back: Chapter …

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the new logic of sustainability – The Irish Times

This year, Earth Overshoot Day will take place on July 28. This day marks the date when humanity’s demand for ecological resources and services in a given year exceeds what the Earth can regenerate in that year. Scientists estimate that we would need the regenerative capacity of 1.5 Earths to …

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Proposed tax cuts from a 360 degree perspective

Finance Minister AHM Mustafa Kamal FCA, MP tabled his fourth national budget in parliament on June 9, proposing to significantly reduce the tax burden on businesses. The proposed base tax rate is 27.5%, a reduction of 2.5 percentage points from the current rate of 30%. This base rate was 35 …

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Herman Li explains why Cobain was one of the best guitarists in the world

DragonForce’s Herman Li is one of the most revered guitarists in modern music, but if you asked the musician which guitarist he thinks is one of the best guitarists in the world, the answer might surprise you. His pick is the late Nirvana frontman Kurt Cobain. The conversation turned to …

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A total asset value of €1 billion is managed through the Tezos-based STO Equisafe platform

Equisafe Equisafe was the first STO platform to tokenize real estate on the Tezos blockchain. In March 2020, the first STO on Tezos took place on the Equisafe platform. This was done during the “French Tech Night” at the Consulate General of France in New York. For the launch of …

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Ballet Performance Market Size 2022 Global Trends, News, CAGR,

Ballet performance market Ballet Performance Market: An in-depth analysis of statistics on current and emerging trends offers insights into the dynamics of the ballet performance market. The report includes Porter’s five forces to analyze the importance of various characteristics such as understanding suppliers and customers, risks posed by various agents, …

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BOOK REVIEW | ‘The Meiji Japanese Who Made Modern Taiwan’ by Toshio Watanabe

Emerging from the isolation it had imposed on itself by Western intrusions and the unequal treaties imposed on it, Japan was preparing to make itself the equal of the great powers. The new Meiji government, convinced that if Japan did not learn Western civilization it could not survive as an …

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Olmsteds Around America – The American Curator

Even a brief summary of Frederick Law Olmsted’s work will be very long – and for that we are grateful to him. Take this one, donated by the treasured Cultural Landscape Foundation on the occasion of the bicentenary of Olmsted’s birth (this year): [His p]projects varied in scope and scale …

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What will Nicola Sturgeon’s legacy be?

Music writer Greil Marcus argued that “rarely has a singer had such a complete and unique talent as Rod Stewart; rarely has anyone betrayed his talent so much”. There will be those who applied a similar analysis to Nicola Sturgeon this week as she became Scotland’s longest-serving Prime Minister – …

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Al Habtoor City Hotel Collection in Dubai positions itself as the preferred destination for Jewish travelers

Wherever you wander in Dubai, be it a restaurant, Burj Khalifa, the tallest building in the world, the inspiring Museum of the Future, or the souks, one of the most spoken languages ​​among tourists is definitely Hebrew. Since the signing of the Abraham Accords in August 2020, which led to …

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Ohio Theatre: historic building finds new life with new owners

In recent days, U.S. Rep. Marcy Kaptur (D) announced $2.5 million will go to the Ohio theater (located at 3112 Lagrange St.) for upgrades. The theater became the property of the Children’s Theater Workshop (CTW), a 501c3 non-profit organization that produces plays with children ages 3-18 in the area. CTW …

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Gojira guitarist quits tour, replacement announced

Gojira announced that guitarist Christian Andreu has left his current tour and confirmed who will be his replacement for the time being. The French metal band is currently on the road with Deftones and there are eight shows left before the end of the race. Don’t worry, everything is fine …

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Ride through the mighty redwoods on Skunk Train’s new rail bikes

Escape the hustle and bustle of the city and step back in time through ancient redwoods on the historic Skunk train and rail bikes. (Courtesy of Skunk Train) Since 1885, the Skunk Train has entertained and inspired passengers along the famous Redwood Route, and the sights today are virtually unchanged …

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RH opens SF Gallery in historic steel building in Bethlehem – WWD

When it comes to retail, RH doesn’t know what the word “small” means. True to form, the brand perhaps best known by its old moniker, Restoration Hardware, just opened its latest gallery in San Francisco’s Bethlehem Steel Building on Thursday, inviting the public into the historic 80,000-foot neoclassical space. squares. …

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Columbia’s new business school is a dynamic face for a growing campus

We had almost everything. During a fleeting interval in the early 1930s, Columbia University had the idea to build a massive skyscraper right in the middle of its Charles McKim-designed campus in Morningside Heights, Manhattan. As documented in Barry Bergdoll’s Mastering McKim’s Plan, the project would have called for a …

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Marty Friedman explains why streaming listeners skip guitar solos

Guitarist and former Megadeth member Marty Friedman has a theory why music streaming subscribers would skip guitar solos when listening to songs. It’s unclear where he saw the stat, but in a Facebook post last week, the musician said recent data shows that many Japanese listeners who use streaming services …

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Hamilton, Canada 2020

Hamilton, Ontario is a city that has a bit of everything, from sprawling industries to local sports teams like the CFL’s Tiger-Cats. It is known as “The Hammer” or “Steel Town” for the thriving steel industry, notable for the many steelworks overlooking Hamilton Harbour. There’s plenty to see and do, …

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Rock Hall Music Achievement Award goes to Judas Priest

After appearing on the ballot three times, heavy metal legends Judas Priest will finally be inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame, but not in the traditional way. Instead, the Hall honored them with an award for “musical excellence”, which is actually a backhanded compliment and a by-product …

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Read the English translation of the lyrics of “Angst” by Rammstein

Rammstein’s new album, Weatheris out now, and on the day of its release, industry legends shared a music video for the third single, “Angst,” and you can read the English translation below. “Angst” follows the title track and “Zick Zack”, both of which predated the release of Weatherthe successor to …

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Lessons from 1997: Keir Starmer’s narrative problem

Thinking back to the New Labor election campaign in 1997, Nick O’Donovan emphasizes the importance of ideas for opposition parties. “Vote Labor and win a microwave”. To some, this damning assessment of Labor’s 2015 election rhetoric seems even more relevant today. Commentators such as James Meadway, former adviser to the …

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How Brazil’s architecture reflects its identity

The richness and diversity of Brazilian architecture are recognized for works dating from the colonial period, before the beginning of the 19th century. These include 16th century religious sites and military forts, particularly in Salvador, Bahia, the 18th century Barroco Mineiro, and the Baroque style of churches, mansions and townhouses …

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‘I’m so excited’: $116 million renovation of historic Utah federal courthouse begins

Estimated reading time: 5-6 minutes Editor’s note: This article is part of a series reviewing the history of Utah and the United States for the history section of KSL.com. SALT LAKE CITY – The Frank E. Moss U.S. Courthouse, nestled between chic restaurants and historic buildings converted into offices, is …

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American Ballet Theater Announces Summer 2022 Season at Metropolitan Opera House

The American Ballet Theater will return to the Metropolitan Opera House for the first time in three years for its summer season, from June 13 to July 16, 2022. The season will be highlighted by the New York premieres of Alonzo King’s Single Eye and Of Love by Alexei Ratmansky …

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Lankans abandon parties for protests – The Island

by Amal Jayasinghe Life usually comes to a standstill in Sri Lanka’s capital during the April holiday period, but with an economic crisis derailing traditional celebrations at home, downtown Colombo is teeming with frustrated crowds. Sri Lankans ritually boil milk on the first day of the island nation’s New Year, …

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Chileans are disenchanted with the chaotic rewrite of the Constitution

Chileans are rapidly losing patience with the process of drafting a new constitution, fearing that a more sweeping, investor-friendly rewrite of the charter may take shape before a national referendum later this year. The idea to write a 21st century constitution for the Latin American country was born out of …

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Satriani explains what Hammett was like as a guitar student

One of the most interesting footnotes in metal history is that Metallica’s Kirk Hammett received guitar lessons from shredded virtuoso Joe Satriani in the ’80s. In a new interview, “Satch” has recalled what type of student Hammett was and that the last lesson he gave the thrash icon was in …

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Massive gas price hike in Idaho is two weeks away

The United States is now buying more Russian oil than before the outbreak of war in Ukraine. Up to 43% more daily. But what about the penalties? They don’t start for two weeks. You can read more by clicking here. Some people in Washington talk out of both sides of …

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Basingstoke School alumnus to perform with Ballet Central on upcoming four-month UK tour

A BASINGSTOKE HIGH SCHOOL FORMER will perform with acclaimed young dance company Ballet Central when they return to touring this spring. Joel Wright will join the company on a four-month tour of 11 venues across England, arriving in Newbury at the Corn Exchange as part of the Newbury Spring Festival …

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The Greatest Guitar Riffs of All Time Poll Leaves Us Baffled

A new poll on the oft-debated topic of the greatest guitar riffs has some staggering results. The March 2022 UK study by music content and software provider Muse (also owner of Ultimate Guitar) surveyed 1,500 people and came up with some very confusing choices… even in the top five. Let’s …

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Joe Satriani books 44-date North American tour for late 2022

In support of his 19th full album, the March Elephantsguitar sensation Joe Satriani has booked a 44-date tour across the United States and Canada, which will begin in late September. During this run, which runs from September 21 to November 19 with just one stop across the northern border in …

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Ihsahn Says The Weeknd Are Bolder Than New Extreme Metal Bands

Former Emperor frontman Ihsahn thinks The Weeknd is bolder than most extreme metal bands. In an interview with Metal Hammer, the Norwegian musician says he listens Dawn FM, The Weeknd’s new album, which isn’t exactly what you’d expect him to listen to. Ihsahn thinks the album is “so heavy” and …

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