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Amanda Gorman’s Biden Inauguration Poem. Read Amanda Gorman's Super Bowl Poem "Chorus of the Captains" in a Full Transcript. January 20 may have been President Joe Biden and Vice President Kamala Harris's inauguration day, but some argue that Amanda Gorman, the National Youth Poet Laureate, and the youngest inaugural poet in U.S. history, stole the show with her powerful recitation of "The Hill We Climb"—a poem she finished writing the night after pro-Trump rioters tried to seize the Capitol.

Read Amanda Gorman's Super Bowl Poem "Chorus of the Captains" in a Full Transcript

“We have to confront these realities if we’re going to move forward, so that’s also an important touchstone of the poem,” she told the New York Times. “There is space for grief and horror and hope and unity, and I also hope that there is a breath for joy in the poem, because I do think we have a lot to celebrate at this inauguration.” Tonight, Gorman graced the national stage once again. Coronavirus - USA travel advice. Check the latest information on risk from COVID-19 for USA on the TravelHealthPro website See the TravelHealthPro website for further advice on travel abroad and reducing spread of respiratory viruses during the COVID-19 pandemic.

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International travel There remain commercial options to return to the UK from the USA but UK nationals holding a US visa may be denied re-entry to the US if they return while the travel restrictions are in place. Close the Borders of the United Kingdom to Prevent the Spread of Coronavirus. COVID 19 weekly announced vaccinations 4 February 2021. Influencer Defends Travel Criticism Claiming They Are 'Key Workers' [Withdrawn] Get a discount with the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme. Use the Eat Out to Help Out Scheme at a participating establishment: to get a 50% discount on food or non-alcoholic drinks to eat or drink in (up to a maximum of £10 discount per diner) every Monday, Tuesday and Wednesday between 3 and 31 August as many times as you like You do not need a voucher to use this scheme and you can use it at the same time as other offers and discounts.

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There is no minimum spend. You cannot claim discount on alcoholic drinks or service charges. The discount will be automatically available to you at participating establishments. Participating establishments may include: restaurants, cafés, bars or pubs work and school canteens food halls All diners in a group of any size can use the discount. Find a restaurant The Eat Out to Help Out Scheme is now closed. If you’re in an area under local lockdown You should follow guidelines if you’re in an area under local lockdown. Clubhouse: Drop-in audio chat. Why do Millennials care so much about Gen Z recycling trends? Emma Chamberlain’s influence knows no bounds.

Why do Millennials care so much about Gen Z recycling trends?

The 19-year-old is credited as the ‘original VSCO girl’ (the hydroflask-carrying, turtle-saving, tie dye-loving trope of many TikTok trends ago). Emma has attained and grown the golden influencer status since 2018, earning her spot on the front row of Louis Vuitton shows, while her podcast, Anything Goes, is consistently in Apple’s Top 20, and she’s graced the covers of Vogue, Cosmopolitan, and Nylon.

But when Emma posted a photo of herself chilling in a pair of particularly stretchy, ever-so-familiarly flared trousers in October to her 11-million strong following, it’s unlikely she even knew the intergenerational spat she was about to stoke. The ‘flared leggings’ Gen Z began to don and post lovingly about thanks to Emma are more commonly known to Millennials as ‘yoga pants’, trousers first made popular by activewear brand LuluLemon in the 00s.

Amanda Gorman: Inauguration poet calls for 'unity and togetherness' EXCLUSIVE: Bridgerton is TikTok's Latest Musical — The Writers Share a Track and Discuss Future Plans. While most have been hoping that things associated with 2020 stay in 2020, there's one beloved trend following us into 2021: TikTok musical adaptations.

EXCLUSIVE: Bridgerton is TikTok's Latest Musical — The Writers Share a Track and Discuss Future Plans

This time, it’s Bridgerton. The new Netflix series, which announced its season two renewal January 21, is described as a Regency-era Gossip Girl, following a group of families as they navigate London’s marriage and social scene. Following season one’s release on December 25, the Shondaland-produced series quickly inspired a flurry of social media reactions and responses. Among them, TikTok creator Abigail Barlow, who shared a musical theatre take with a song from the perspective of Daphne Bridgerton, the series’ leading lady.

“When I binged Bridgerton, it was just immediate to me that it belonged on the stage,” says Barlow. Soon Barlow and her writing partner Emily Bear were writing more songs and releasing TikToks for each of Bridgerton’s leading characters, with Bear orchestrating the arrangements and producing official tracks. Saatchi Gallery (@saatchi_gallery) Antisocial Isolation - Exhibition - Saatchi Gallery. Clap For Heroes every Thursday at 8pm #clapforheroes. Year zero. Watch Online This screening is free to watch, please consider making a donation to support the gallery.

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On Wednesday 16 December 2020 Ikon hosted the world premiere of year zero (2020), a new audiovisual artwork by British artist Haroon Mirza. year zero is a new commission by Ikon, with Art Fund support. Haroon Mirza, year zero. BBC One - Staged.