Satire

Books ‘Alphabetica: A Satire On Majoritarianism’ by Roy Phoenix, edited by Aparna Sen, Kunal Basu and Sumanto Chattopadhyay

Alphabetica: A satire on majoritarianism, the first book by author Kaushik Roy under the pseudonym Roy Phoenix, was launched on November 26th at the Oxford Bookstore on Park Street. This allegorical story shows the letters of the alphabet as “characters” living on the planet “Typewriter” and in a land called …

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Best Pet, Best Music Video, Best Fitness, Best Satire, Most Inspirational Person | Social Media Awards 2021

After weeks of speculation and mounting excitement, the first winners of this year’s Lovin Malta Social Media Awards, powered by Dragonara Casino, have been announced. We now know the winners in the Best Music Video, Best Satire Usage, Best Fitness, Best Pet, and Most Inspirational categories. Each winner faced stiff …

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Session on “75 Years of Urdu Satire in Pakistan”

Islamabad: Urdu satire and humor is the golden chapter of our national literature. These views were supported by Dr. Yousuf Khushk, President of the Pakistan Academy of Letters (PAL), during an introductory speech in the “Muzakira” – “75 Years of Urdu Satire and Humor in Pakistan” organized by the PAL, …

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Russian satirist faces up to 8 years in prison for a sketch that mocks officials

Actor Andrei Neretin, who plays the role of fictional regional official Vitaly Nalivkin, poses in this undated handout photo from Reuters. Merkuriy LLC / Handout via REUTERS Register now for FREE unlimited access to reuters.com to register MOSCOW, Nov. 24 (Reuters) – A Russian satirical filmmaker was charged Wednesday of …

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Report: Netflix’s satire budget “Don’t Look Up” is $ 55 million for DiCaprio, Lawrence

home Companies Report: Netflix’s satire budget “Don’t Look Up” includes $ 55 million for DiCaprio, … Netflix’s “Don’t Look Up” by Adam McKay has to be a big hit to break even. In the new Vanity Fair cover story about Jennifer Lawrence, writer Karen Valby reveals that Leonardo DiCaprio was …

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Satire: Iowa State Launches NFT Line To Replace Scholarship Programs | Special sections

The future of art? An early edition of the new Iowa State NFT series is poised to replace scholarships From Drew Simon Scholarships aside, Iowa State University is moving into the future, helping students invest in the future with their new state-of-the-art NFT collection. The new Cy-Topic NFT collection is …

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Britain’s new rail plan for the north is beyond satire

The author is the Political and Social Editor for the Manchester Evening News There is a consequence of Yes, minister for pretty much any political contingency, and the UK government’s Integrated Rail Plan announced this week is no exception. “I have great news for you. . . I have been …

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16 years, 6,000 collages, 1 Montclair artist: Peter Jacobs’ extraordinary ‘Collage Journal’

The Montclair artist Peter Jacobs is working on one of his collages. (courtesy of PETER JACOBS) BY DIEGO JESUS ​​BARTESAGHI [email protected] For more than 16 years, Montclair-based artist and artist Peter Jacobs has used the headlines of the day to create both works of art and pieces of history. Jacobs …

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Quirky Texas Stories – OutSmart Magazine

William Jack Sibley The latest novel by fifth generation Texas rancher William Jack Sibley, published in September, is the story of an epic queer love triangle – a woman in love with a man, in love with another man, in love with the Woman is in love. And there is …

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Satire and comedy to entertain theater fans in Denbigh

AUDIENCE have the opportunity to see live theater in Denbigh for the first time in more than 18 months. Denbigh Phoenix Players are back and the company is proud to announce a double performance of one-act plays on November 18th, 19th and 21st at the Twm o’r Nant Theater, Denbigh. …

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