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Watchers of a roadside television being entertained by a live cricket match between India and Pakistan (2003) The experience of being entertained has come to be strongly associated with amusement, so that one common understanding of the idea is fun and laughter, although many entertainments have a serious purpose. This may be the case in the various forms of ceremony, celebration, religious festival, or satire for example. Hence, there is the possibility that what appears as entertainment may also be a means of achieving insight or intellectual growth. Some activities that once were considered entertaining, particularly public punishments, have been removed from the public arena. The familiar forms of entertainment have the capacity to cross over different media and have demonstrated a seemingly unlimited potential for creative remix. Banqueters playing kottabos and girl playing the aulos. Mesoamerican ballgame (Maya Central lowlands, 650 - 800 AD.) Psychology and philosophy
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Yesterday seemed to be offering a whole host of good vibes until Mercury and Saturn conspired late last night to sabotage the welcome celestial seasonings coming through during the Sagittarius Moon dispensation. Now you have to run the morning gauntlet of Mercury making a frictional, 45-degree link to Neptune (3:27AM) followed by Mercury opposite Vesta (4:22AM) and, most notably, Venus in Pisces making an off-kilter, 150-degree tie with Mars retrograde in Libra (7:32AM). The Mercury-Neptune and Mercury-Vesta sky patterns reveal that Mercury is now playing a short-circuiting role in human affairs instead Yesterday seemed to be offering a whole host of good vibes until Mercury and Saturn conspired late last night to sabotage the welcome celestial seasonings coming through during the Sagittarius Moon dispensation.
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The First-Person Universe Live your own deep space adventure. Star Citizen places you in the middle of a living, breathing science fiction universe populated with friends, enemies and the unknown. You decide how to make your way in the galaxy, whether you’re a simple merchant trader, a fearsome pirate or a badass mercenary… and anything in-between. In Star Citizen, you control your destiny as you inhabit a world more immersive than ever before. Your Choices Matter Choose your ship, choose your profession and choose your allies. Play the character you’ve always dreamed of being and build YOUR place in the galaxy. Plant Your Flag It’s your world: reserve your own corner of Star Citizen by backing to support the game during development. Real Risk, Real Reward Star Citizen features a fully realized death mechanic, giving exceptional weight to your choices. What You See is What You Play Every Star Citizen trailer features 100% in-engine content using actual game assets.
Atlas Entertainment is an American film financing and production company, started by Charles Roven and Dawn Steel in 1995. History On May 6, 2014, Atlas promoted Curt Kanemoto from production executive to VP of production, joining Andy Horwitz and Jake Kurily, Topher Rhys-Lawrence from first assistant to creative executive, joining Rebecca Roven and Dan Wiedenhaupt, and promoted Patrick Blood from Atlas executive to VP of legal and business affairs. In December 2014, Atlas started its subsidiary, a management company Atlas Artists, headed by Dave Fleming. Films Television References Jump up ^ "Dawn Steel". orlandosentinel.com. External links Atlas Entertainment at the Internet Movie Database
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Veteran Exec Jorge Pino Launches New Label With Universal Music Latin Entertainment
Veteran Latin music exec Jorge Pino, who ran Venevision Musica for a decade, has launched a new label with Universal Music Latin Entertainment. In-Tu-Linea will be a revenue share operation with UMLE, an uncommon arrangement nowadays that underscores Pino’s long trajectory as a record man and a developer of talent. “We have a good ear and we’ve developed talent for four decades,” said Pino. “And Universal has given us total support.” Wisin Earns First Solo No. 1 on Top Latin Albums With 'Vaqueros' In-Tu-Linea will kick off operations with three signed acts: Puerto Rican urban salsa group Pirulo y La Tribu, regional Mexican band Tierra Cali and Puerto Rican merengue star and crooner Manny Manuel. “Our focus will be on providing full service, from production to marketing to management and, of course, live shows,” says Pino. In-Tu-Linea will mark the first time Pino owns his own label after long stints with major companies and then an indie.
Business News Industry People Management & Funding By Andy Malt | Published on Tuesday 15 April 2014 The former CEO of media and entertainment investment firm Ingenious Ventures, Patrick Bradley, has announced a new fund called Station 12. Announcing the new venture, Bradley said: “This is an exciting time for the European media and entertainment sectors which employ as many as eight million people across the continent. Station 12 is aiming to raise £150 million from interested investors over the summer, with an initial list of companies in which to invest already identified, all lined up to receive, on average, £10 million. Initial support from Ingenious has already been announced, its founder and new CEO Patrick McKenna saying: “Patrick and I have worked together for many years – from my days at the Really Useful Group through to our collaboration with Ingenious Ventures.
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Louis Vuitton is getting into the K-Pop business. The world's largest luxury brand's private equity arm, LVMH, announced Wednesday it will invest up to $80 million in South Korea's YG Entertainment Inc., the record label and talent agency behind some of the genre's largest acts. Billboard International Power Players 2014: YG Entertainment's Yang Hyun-Suk Among others, YG Entertainment represents K-pop hit-makers PSY, Big Bang, 2NE1, Epik High, Lee Hi and Akdong Musician, as well as a roster of Korean actors, boasting a market value of $690 million as of Wednesday's closing. With the two companies currently discussing opportunities for strategic partnership, as Reuters reports, this new investment stands to accelerate YG's expansion into the fashion business. Previously YG announced it would be teaming up with Samsung Group's textile and fashion affiliate, Cheil Industries, on an apparel line called NONA9ON (pronounced 'nonagon') that's set to launch Sept. 9.
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The Games we played 1940s-50s Part 3 | Community Heritage
Summary During the 1940s and 1950s after the Second World War many improvised games were played. In the Western suburbs in the Commission House Ghetto children's imagination and ingenuity one out. Story Continuing on from Part Two: Not your usual games: 1. 2. 3. 4. 5. 6. 7. 8. 9. 10. 11. Birth Place Australia Place of Burial Flag this content as inappropriate Author
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Some of the games children played in the 1940s are still around today. Scrabble, for example, is still popular even though it was invented in 1948. Other games, however, have been mostly forgotten, such as one game involving balancing an orange on a spoon while trying to knock your opponent's own orange off. Board Games Several board games were invented and became popular in the 1940s. Silly Putty Peter Hodgson and James Wright invented Silly Putty in 1943 entirely by accident. Tonka Trucks Prior to the war, big machines were becoming useful in construction. Slinky During World War II, Richard James, a Navy engineer, curiously watched a spring as it fell to the floor. Cheap Games The war caused rationing, which limited the toys children were able to get.
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The 1940s began with Britain plunged into the Second World War with Germany. The war period was one of great austerity, with shortages of every kind. The toy industry was subject to the same restrictions as other industries and rationing continued long after the war ended. The government launched the Utility scheme in 1941 to ensure that good contemporary design went hand in hand with economy of production. Where possible, some firms, such as Nicol Toys, were able to continue production throughout the war as long as they were permitted access to materials. © Victoria and Albert Museum, London Other major toy manufacturers played their part in the war. Another old established firm, Brookes and Adams, founded in 1853 making medals and badges, installed with great foresight a plant for the production of plastic products in the late 1920s, in an attempt to diversify. After the war new toy firms began to spring up and the home industry began to grow.
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