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Verteidigung und Gegenangriff (“Defense and counter attack”) is a book by Tibor Flórián, First published in Budapest in 1965 as Védekezés és ellentámadás, this is the German edition issued in 1971 by Verlag Das Schach-Archiv, Hamburg. Flórián was an Hungarian chess player active in the 1950s and 1960s. The cover shows Helvetica Bold Extended and Compacta Bold in use.
What’s new for home viewing on Video on Demand and Netflix, Amazon Prime, Hulu and other streaming services.
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Cable-cutters can keep up with many primetime network series on Hulu. Among the new shows now available are legal drama “Bluff City Law” with Jimmy Smits, mystery thriller “Emergence” with Alison Tollman, serial killer drama “Prodigal Son” with Michael Sheen, comedy “Perfect Harmony” with Bradley Whitford, melting pot comedy “Sunnyside” with Kal Penn, sitcom spin-off “Mixed-ish” and Portland-set private eye drama “
You also can see more than two dozen returning shows, including “This Is Us,” “Modern Family,” “The Good Doctor,” “New Amsterdam,” “Empire,” “The Good Place,” “The Voice” and warhorses “Grey’s Anatomy” and “Law & Order: SVU.”
Episodes arrive on Hulu (with limited commercial interruption) a day after their respective network debuts.
“The Politician” is a musical melodrama starring Ben Platt as a wildly ambitious high school kid running for class president of his elite private school. Gwyneth Paltrow and Jessica Lange co-star in the satirical series created for Netflix by Ryan Murphy.
An underpaid spy (Manoj Bajpayee) keeps his dangerous life a secret in “The Family Man: Season 1” (India, with subtitles), an espionage thriller with a twist of workplace comedy. Ten episodes on Amazon Prime Video.
Gaby Hoffmann, Amy Landecker, Jay Duplass and Judith Light carry the tunes in “Transparent: Musicale Finale,” which brings the Emmy-winning Amazon Original comedy to an end without its original star Jeffrey Tambor (who left the show after harassment allegations). On Amazon Prime Video.
Great music sustains “Yesterday” (2019, PG-13), a romantic comedy about a failed singer-songwriter (Himesh Patel) who wakes up in a world where the Beatles never existed and performs their songs as his own. Lily James and Ed Sheeran co-star, Danny Boyle directs from an original script by England’s romcom king Richard Curtis (“Love Actually”). On Cable on Demand, VOD, DVD and at Redbox.
Classic pick: Buster Keaton’s action-packed comedy “Steamboat Bill, Jr.” (1928, silent with score) is hilarious and warmhearted and features some of the most amazing stunts captured on camera. Streams free on Kanopy, free through most library systems.
“Shaft” (2019, R) is a multi-generational sequel to the private eye classic with Usher joining previous “Shaft” stars Samuel L. Jackson and Richard Roundtree. Also new:
· Horror reboot “Child’s Play” (2019, R) with Aubrey Plaza and the voice of Mark Hamill;
· Luc Besson’s action film “Anna” (2019, R) with Sasha Luss as a supermodel/assassin;
· Documentary “Pavarotti” (2019, PG-13) from director Ron Howard;
· Essay film “Around India With a Movie Camera” (2018, not rated) created from archival footage of India from 1899 to independence in 1947.
Available same day as select theaters nationwide is “10 Minutes Gone” (2019, R) with Bruce Willis and Michael Chiklis, from direct-to-video veteran Brian A. Miller. Also new are two horror films:
· Logan Miller in “Prey” (2019, not rated) from Blumhouse;
· “The Curse of Buckout Road” (2017, not rated) co-starring Henry Czerny and Danny Glover.
A serial killer appears for one night every nine years in “In the Shadow of the Moon” (2019, not rated), a murder mystery with a science-fiction twist. Boyd Holbrook is the cop who follows the case for decades, and Cleopatra Coleman, Bokeem Woodbine and Michael C. Hall co-star in the Netflix Original movie from director Jim Mickle.
Wong Kar-Wai’s romantic action drama “The Grandmaster” (China, 2013, PG-13, with subtitles) stars Tony Chiu-Wai Leong as legendary martial arts master Ip Man. Ziyi Zhang and Chang Chen co-star and Yuen Woo Ping provides the choreography, which Wong turns into something more like a dance onscreen. It was nominated for two Oscars, including one for its rich cinematography.
Kristin Scott Thomas stars in World War II mystery “Sarah’s Key” (2010, PG-13), from the novel by Tatiana de Rosnay.
The animated short feature “Sound & Fury” (2019, not rated) is a companion piece to the new album by country artist Sturgill Simpson.
True stories: The short documentary “Birders” (Mexico, 2019, with subtitles) celebrates those who monitor and protect birds that migrate across the U.S.-Mexico border.
International TV: A former spy, now teaching Shakespeare, is called back into service in the “Bard of Blood“ (India, with subtitles). Also new:
· “Skylines: Season 1” (Germany, with subtitles), a drama set in the music industry;
· Prison drama “The Inmate: Season 1” (Mexico, with subtitles) about an undercover agent posing as a prisoner.
Kid stuff: A teen social media celebrity becomes a court-ordered wilderness club leader in the live-action comedy “Team Kaylie: Season 1” (TV-PG) for teens and tweens. Also new is the animated adventure “Dragons - Rescue Riders: Season 1” for younger viewers.
Standup: “Jeff Dunham: Beside Himself” (2019, not rated).
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“Fido” (2007, R), a social satire of the undead used as menial servants, is one of the best zombie comedies to date. Carrie-Anne Moss, Dylan Baker and Billy Connolly star.
International affairs: Vincent Zhao stars in Yuen Woo Ping’s over-the-top action drama “True Legend” (China, 2010, R, with subtitles), featuring appearances by Jay Chou, Michelle Yeoh and David Carradine.
International TV: “A French Village: Seasons 1-4” (France, 2009-2012, with subtitles) follows the inhabitants of a rural town during the Nazi occupation of World War II. The hit drama from France played on PBS in some American cities.
Disney’s animated “Pocahontas” (1995, G), featuring the voices of Mel Gibson, Irene Bedard and Christian Bale, is one of the last classics of old school animation. It won Oscars for the score and original song “Colors of the Wind.”
“The Lego Movie 2: The 2nd Part” (2019, PG) animates the world of interlocking toys for a new adventure involving invaders from outer space.
True stories: “Buzz” (2019, TV-MA) profiles the very private Pulitzer Prize-winning journalist and celebrated author Buzz Bissinger.
Available Saturday night is “Isn’t It Romantic” (2019, PG-13), a spoof of romantic comedy clichés starring Rebel Wilson and Liam Hemsworth.
The fourth season of the documentary series “The Circus: Inside the Wildest Political Show on Earth,” is now on all Showtime platforms. New episodes each Sunday.
The family friendly adventure “A Dog’s Way Home” (2019, PG) with Ashley Judd is now streaming on all Starz platforms.
“Doc Martin: Series 9,” the hit British drama starring Martin Clunes as a prickly surgeon turned country doctor, airs exclusively in the U.S. on Acorn TV. New episodes arrive each Thursday, a day after their respective U.K. premieres.
Britbox celebrates the 50th anniversary of “Monty Python’s Flying Circus” with the vintage comedy series “Ripping Yarns“ (1976-1979) from Michael Palin and Terry Jones and the 1980 BBC production of “The Taming of the Shrew“ starring John Cleese.
Two new series from Europe are now running on MHz Choice. “The Embassy” (Spain, with subtitles) is a drama set at the Spanish Embassy in Thailand and “Murder by the Lake” (Germany, with subtitles) is a crime drama set at Lake Constance, where a partnership of German and Austrian detectives solve crimes. New episodes arrive each Tuesday.
The Criterion Channel spotlights four German features “Directed by Christian Petzold,” including the Criterion Channel debuts of the mysterious “
Also on Criterion, “Directed by Lina Wertmüller” spotlights seven features by the Italian filmmaker who was the first woman ever nominated for Best Director at the Oscars, including the satirical “Love and Anarchy” (1973), battle-of-the-sexes comedy “Swept Away” (1974) and Oscar-nominated black comedy “Seven Beauties” (1975), all starring Giancarlo Giannini. With subtitles.
Free streams: Andy Serkis stars as punk rock icon Ian Dury in “Sex & Drugs & Rock & Roll” (2010, not rated). It’s now streaming on Kanopy, along with:
· “Frantz” (France, 2017, not rated, with subtitles), a historical drama set between the two world wars directed by François Ozon;
· “War Witch” (2013, not rated, with subtitles), a devastating drama about a child soldier in an unidentified sub-Saharan African nation;
· “Hara-Kiri: Death of a Samurai” (Japan, 2012, not rated, with subtitles), Miike Takashi’s remake of Masaki Kobayashi’s feudal drama;
· Joseph H. Lewis’ “The Big Combo” (1955), a tough film noir starring Cornel Wilde as an obsessive cop and Richard Conte as an arrogant mobster.
New on disc and at Redbox
“Yesterday,” “Shaft,” “Anna,” “Child’s Play”
Sean Axmaker is a Seattle film critic and writer. His reviews of streaming movies and TV can be found at streamondemandathome.com.
|Cache||By Lydia Sviatoslavsky Before the black leather jacket was reduced to another innocuous darling of the fashion world, it was an honored utility—a form of arthropod armor worn by the less-than-gentle men who roamed the fraying fringes of a disquieted society. The original BLJ silhouette, in fact, was donned by German fighter pilots in both […]|
Thomas Hodgskin noted in his journey through the northern German states that the burden of heavy taxation was no better than it had been under the conqueror Napoleon (1820)Cache
Thomas Hodgskin noted in his journey through the northern German states that the burden of heavy taxation was no better than it had been under the conqueror Napoleon (1820)
|Cache||?Real Madrid have confirmed midfielder Toni Kroos damaged adductors in his foot during the club’s 4-2 victory over Granada on Saturday. The German underwent scans one day later, though it remains unknown how long his recovery will take. Coach Zinedine Zidane was forced to play Dani Carvajal at left-back following injuries to defensive trio Marcelo, Nacho … Continue reading Real Madrid Confirm Toni Kroos Injury as Club Await News of Recovery Time|
|Cache||Hi I have a C91 up for trade. THIS IS NOT A C308 it is a C91|
in .308 caliber
it comes with:
4x32 field sport scope
UTG scope mount
Surplus wood stocks (except the pistol grip which is an american made and stamped usa inside and stained Minwax Special Walnut to match stock)
Bayonet and Sheath
German Leather sling
It comes with the following parts that are section 922(r) complaint
US made Hammer
US made Trigger
US made Wooden Pistol Grip
US made Trigger Box
US made Receiver
US made Sear
US made Bolt
All other parts are HK manufactured
The rollers are NEW +4 and the BOLT GAP IS 0.10
The locking piece is new HK manufacture
The firing pin and spring are new HK manufature
The extractor and spring are new HK manufacture
It is finished in the typical Century Arms Black (paint?)
When I got the rifle I sent it to Keith Billado at Fairfax Firearm Repair.
He has over 30 years working with firearms and 16 of those as head gunsmith at CAI
The rifle shoots beautiful
Im just looking for something different
Comes with one 20rd magazine converted to 10rds
have other stuff to go with in not picture like a 5 pocket magazine carrier and other stuff.
with the right deal I have 500rds of Russian .308 to go with it.
I probably shouldn't write a review of Book Corner, my official new favourite cafe in Tbilisi. The last few times I've written about a favourite cafe in Tbilisi (to wit: Caravan, Tashkent, the Abano St branch of Nero, and my all-time favorite Near Opera), they've closed down within months. But Book Corner, a characteristically bizarre, artfully mismatched collection of typewriters, upside-down umbrella, upright pianos, gramophones, modern art, antique chairs (and, in typical Tbilisi fashion, almost no books) tucked into a side street in the heart of Vera, deserves a much wider audience. Less slick than Moulin Electrique or Literaturuli, less horribly smoky and hipster-crowed than Salve, Book Corner is the closest thing I've found to an Old World Viennese cafe in Tbilisi. Its furniture is properly old, rather than suspiciously shiny; the ceilings are high and the decor is reasonably simple, giving the interior the atmosphere of a particularly bohemian dowager's living room. (The terrace is, by contrast, utterly bizarre, and largely occupied by murals of various writerly quotes and a ceiling fashioned from colorful inverted umbrellas). The bill comes in an old photograph box and the menu contains several varieties of cake, as well as proper food.
The proprietress is absolutely lovely (She remembered me and the VEB after a single visit!); there is wifi; all these are amenities necessary to a Local Haunt. But what makes Book Corner utterly delightful (other than the marvelous paradox of being a largely bookless bookshop) is its genuine secret-hideaway feel, something that's largely absent from both the posh eateries of Vake and the rather glitzified cafes in the old town.
Increasingly, my own geographic sympathies are likely moving in the direction of Mtatsminda (perhaps the only part of Tbilisi I prefer to Sololaki) and Vera - between this cafe, the nearby Uzbek restaurant Ferghana/Asian Town (replacing the departed Tashkent with a slightly less "mother's kitchen" vibe and insanely friendly and charming waiters), the German beer garden, and the as-yet-untested Tarkhinshvili branch of Literaturuli, nearly all my favorite cafes are (alas) an hour's walk from my house.
Book Corner is located at 13b Tarkinshvili St (the second street to the left as you take Melikishvili past the Philharmonic). The entrance is not on the street itself but rather on the side-street just to the right of the main street. Ferghana is located the next street towards Vake (Janashia St) at the top of the hill.
|Cache|| Sou uma empresa: Amazing Evolution |
For a 5* Star Hotel in Algarve, Amazing Evolution is now recruiting a Sales Executive with the following main responsibilities: Liaise with travel trade operators, wholesalers, travel agents, trade and consumer media; Build and maintain relationships with key accounts; Achievement of sales activities and all objectives outlined in the annual sales plan; Responsible for preparing proposals for operators, groups and events taking place in the hotel; Responsible for organizing and conducting visits to the hotel; Responsible for all distribution channels in which hotel is included, namely online channels; Managing online channels and relationship with OTA's, Operators and Agencies; Rate management via channel manager; Responsible for informing the other departments of the hotel of the existing reservations; Develop activities with the objective of enhancing client loyalty; Serve as an intermediary between the clients and the commercial and operational areas of the Hotel; Maintain customer satisfaction; Strong focus on sales and achieving objectives.
Requisitos : Experience in the hospitality industry; Degree in Tourism, Hospitality, Public Relations, or other related field that suits the function; Fluency in English; (Knowledge of other languages - Spanish, French, German ... - will also be valued); Be dynamic and communicative; Strong analytical skills, with focus on detail and organization; Flexible schedules; Practical PMS software (preferably Newhotel); Practical channel manager (preferably Siteminder).
|Cache|| Sou uma empresa: Conrad Algarve|
We are looking for a person who wants to grow in hospitality, who is knowledgeable about reception principles and who is passionate about providing exceptional customer service in a luxurious environment. Needs to be able to adjust effectively to major changes in work tasks or the work environment, showing a high sense of flexibility.
Requisitos : High sense of flexibility; Assist guests and clients in an appropriate and timely manner; Deliver a luxury service and provide a positive and authentic attitude; Interact and communicate effectively with clients, members, team members, guests, and management team; Manage customer feedback effectively to ensure a flawless and consistent service; Ability to multi-tasking and work calmly under pressure; Excellent organizational skills; Fluent English-speaking and writing skills; Added Value: knowledge of German language.
|Cache|| Sou uma empresa: Next Step Karriereplanung|
Next Step Karriereplanung, a leading Austrian recruiting agency specialised in hotel industry, is recruiting talented chefs from around the world and support them through the whole employment process At the moment we are looking for Cooks, Chef, Kitchen assistants, Waiters and more for our partners, superb 4* and 5* hotels in Austria Benefits: Permanent or seasonal position in one of our partner hotels Very competitive pay, 14 salaries a year Food and accommodation provided at no cost Working in a competitive but rewarding environment No agency costs, support through the whole employment process Please note, that the jobs are in Austria, Germany and North Italy. Apply with your updated CV, food pictures and reference letters. Our team is looking forward to hear from you!
Requisitos : Requirements: Experienced Cook with diploma and minimum 2 years of experience in quality restaurant/ hotel Able to work effectively as part of a team Fluent in English (Commis to Chef de Partie positions) Fluent in German (Sous Chef/Head Chef and service positions) Have had solid training & a proven track record as a Cook Passionate about food with a desire to learn and work hard Someone who is willing to push culinary boundaries EU Passport
|Cache||The 3-0 defeat at the AMEX Stadium on Saturday followed a mid-week humbling at the hands of Bayern Munich in the Champions League - they lost 7-2 to the German giants.|
A small doubt in preparing consolidated Cash flow.
Ill explain with an example. A Canada subsidiary has a loan with its German Holding Company. There was payment of loan for the period for suppose 100 CAD. So in Canada Cash Flow there is repayment of 100 CAD which is converted at avg rate to Euro for Germany entity. Now in the eliminations happen in the system at Euro level and for console adjustments. They happen at Euro level. Here the movement of 100 CAD at avg Euro rate is not equal to elimination happening at Euro level. Could you please suggest some way to resolve this difference?|
|Cache||The world’s largest LNG bunker supply vessel (BSV) Kairos successfully conducted the first ship-to-ship bunkering operation in German waters today, when the trailing suction hopper dredger (TSHD)...|
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|Cache||The first weekend of October was started on a high note. Kampala partygoers were treated yet again to another exciting edition of German cultural activities and merriment at Oktoberfest Kampala on Saturday, 5th October 2019. Revelers flocked the Uganda Museum Grounds over the weekend for the fourth edition of the action-packed beer and food festival […]|
|Cache||Malcolm Gladwell doesn't reference a famous line delivered by a prison chain-gang overseer to the character played by Paul Newman in the classic 1967 film Cool Hand Luke : "What we've got here is failure to communicate." But it's one of the few communication breakdowns he overlooks in Talking to Strangers: What We Should Know About the People We Don't Know, a sweeping survey tour of miscommunication, through stories ripped from the headlines and history books. It's a fascinating, if sometimes meandering journey. Gladwell's premise in these tales is that humans "default to truth" — that is, we tend to take on face value the things people tell us, even if we should know better. For instance, take Neville Chamberlain believing Hitler's promise that all the Fuhrer really wanted was the Sudetenland, the ethnic-German part of Czechoslovakia, and had no designs on Poland or the rest of Europe. Chamberlain believed this in part, Gladwell writes, because Hitler gave the British prime minister |
The war against the Ottoman Empire was one of the most important political issues in the German-speaking lands throughout the fifteenth and sixteenth centuries. However, the idea of an imminent threat from the Turks dates back to the fourteenth century and was since then a vital element in the propaganda of the political and spiritual elites. Although the Ottoman troops posed a real threat, especially to the South-East of the Holy Roman Empire, the exaggerated depiction of the size of the Turkish army was a vital element of the propagandistic literature. This phenomenon has received some attention from various scholars inside and outside of musicology. Reviewing some key sources from the mid-sixteenth century, the first part of my paper will underline the role of music in the construction of an omnipresent anti-Turkish ideology.
Polemic literature was not the only way Western musical life encountered Turkish influences. Focusing mainly on dance, the second half of this talk investigates the curiosity of German sixteenth-century aristocracy about the cultural practices of their heathen enemies. This field seems to be somewhat of a blank spot, since musicological literature focused mainly on the seventeenth and eighteenth century concerning the musical interactions between Western Europe and the Ottoman Empire. Thus, this paper is about the tension between the massive promotion of anti-Ottoman stereotypes and the interest in foreign influences in early modern musical life and dance culture.
|Cache||(Telecompaper) German broadcaster ProSiebenSat.1 said that ArtNight, a start-up that creates offline get-togethers through edutainment workshops, is the winner of...|
|Cache||(Telecompaper) German commercial broadcasters' association Vaunet said that its head of communication, Jorg Buddenberg, will leave on 31 October after one year in office for family reasons...|
|Cache||(Telecompaper) German broadcaster ARD plans to invest EUR 20 million next year into the production of TV series for its streaming platforms, programme director at...|
|Cache||(Telecompaper) German broadcaster RTL will air its UHD channel in Austria from 09 October, Infosat.de.de reports. Viewers will be able to watch the football match...|
|Cache||Another European airline has bit the dust. Adria Airways, a Slovenian airline operating scheduled and charter service, filed for bankruptcy and ceased operations.
“Bankruptcy proceedings were initiated by the management of the company because of the company’s insolvency,” the airline, , which is owned by German investment firm 4K Invest, said in a statement.
As a result of the filing, the country’s minister of economic development, Zdravko Počivalšek, said that the government ...|
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