As Australia prepares to hit its 70 per cent nationwide double vaccination milestone, a new study from Afterpay reveals how Gen Z and Millennials are ready to Press Play on their lives, after 9 in 10 (88 per cent) missed key life events through lockdowns. From hitting restaurants, cafés and pubs and jetting off overseas,
Netflix has unveiled its slate of new programming for November 2021, and subscribers can expect a series of original, classic and holiday titles to hit the streamer next month. Leading next month’s list is the premiere of the live-action adaptation of Cowboy Bebop, Jonathan Majors and Idris Elba’s Western The Harder They Fall, the third
Rev. Dr. Kelvin Calloway (File photo) Scripture: Proverbs 18:19-24 This is the third sermon in a series entitled, “What Really Matters: Lessons From the COVID-19 Pandemic.” During the pandemic we discovered what we thought really mattered in life did not matter as much as we thought. Sporting events, entertainment events, restaurants, and shopping did not
October half term will soon be upon us, with the majority of schools breaking up this week. Now that normal activities are becoming more readily available after years of coronavirus uncertainty, there will be plenty of families looking for trips and activities to entertain their kids. Fortunately, keeping everyone happy doesn’t have to break the
Sheila Okonji-Ashinze, a well-respected international business and entertainment mogul has undoubtedly made significant contributions to the entertainment industry globally. DAILY POST recalls that in February 2019, Sheila O made history as she became the first international female personality to create and host an Afrobeat radio show in the United States, airing across major FM platforms.
I went recently to Tiffany’s, at Harrods London for afternoon tea. It was one of those experiences I won’t forget. It cost a lot of money but it was a bucket list moment ticked off. The waiters who served us told us many people came from our neck of the woods and loved the experience.
Netflix announced the list of movies, television series, and specials that are coming and leaving the streaming service in November 2021. All titles and dates are subject to change. Netflix Book Club (launching November 16) – A one-of-a-kind book club where readers will hear about their new favorite books, films and series adaptations first –
Convening from the US, Canada, Egypt, Turkey, Ireland and Poland, and with others joining virtually, the international boards of directors and trustees of the Society for Incentive Travel Excellence (SITE) and SITE Foundation concluded three days of in-person meetings in Paris on 21 October. The event was hosted by Accor at the Pullman Paris Tour
Judging by the results of the Denver Broncos’ last game, Colorado residents are drinking this week. According to a new survey from Alchohol.org, Broncos fans drink more when the team loses than when the team wins. Unsurprisingly, the website also found that Coloradans’ drink of choice is craft beer. Fans of the Detroit Lions, the
November is shaping up to be a solid month for Netflix’s library as several original shows and films arrive. Below, we’re rounding up the month’s full slate of what’s coming and going from the streamer. Cowboy Bebop (Credit: KIRSTY GRIFFIN/NETFLIX) Available This Month on Netflix: Decoupled — NETFLIX SERIES Happiness Ever After — NETFLIX FILM