St. Petersburg Strategy of Cultural Heritage Preservation (2022)

St. Petersburg, Russia, and its history in heritage preservation have undergone several changes, challenges, and progressions since the area was first founded during the 18th century. Under the creation and development from the mind of the historical figure Peter the Great, the Russian czar that led Russia into the modern era, St. Petersburg, Russia, currently... Continue Reading →

Islands of Heritage: Conservation and Transformation In Yemen (2022)

Peutz, Nathalie. (2018) Islands of Heritage: Conservation and Transformation in Yemen; Stanford University Press (Stanford, California) Notes, Appendix, References, Index, Pp. ix-286. When it comes to conservation efforts in cultural heritage work, the odds of sustaining specific cultural areas and their people's safety do not seem to be an issue that initially arises in the... Continue Reading →

Dallen Timothy Discussion: Cultural Heritage and Tourism (Chapter 5 and 16) (2022)

The central premise of this narrative focused on an issue that has had both a positive and negative impact on heritage tourism. In essence, chapters 5 and 16 in Dallen Timothy's book Cultural Heritage and Tourism focused on authenticity and accurate portrayal of tourism and historic sites. However, within the quest for authenticity, the issues... Continue Reading →

Netflix Tests Fees to Share Passwords in 5 Countries — TIME

Netflix Inc. will ask customers in five Latin America countries to pay a fee if they want to use their account in an additional home, a test the company hopes will generate additional revenue by getting customers to pay to share their Netflix account. Customers in Argentina, El Salvador, Guatemala, Honduras and the Dominican Republic…Netflix Tests... Continue Reading →

A Long Time Coming: Mo’Nique To Tape Her First Netflix Original Stand-Up Special — Hot 107.9 – Hot Spot ATL

Source: Courtesy / NetflixMo’Nique wins the entire year! Today (July 19), Netflix announced that the Grammy-nominated, Oscar and Golden Globe award-winning actress and comedian will film her first Netflix original stand-up comedy special this year in Atlanta. In a video posted to both Netflix’s Twitter and Instagram accounts earlier, the legendary Queen of Comedy announced…A Long... Continue Reading →

What’s Coming to Netflix in August 2022 — What’s on Netflix

https://www.youtube.com/embed/7UzSekc0LoQ?feature=oembed Welcome to your look ahead at everything set to release on Netflix in the United States throughout the month of August 2022. We’ll be covering all the new licensed and Netflix Original series and movies set to release throughout the month.  We’ll be getting new release dates throughout the month of July for release on…What’s... Continue Reading →

Netflix to Rely on Microsoft for Its Ad-Backed Video Service — TIME

(SAN FRANCISCO) — Netflix has picked Microsoft to help deliver the commercials in a cheaper version of its video streaming service expected to launch later this year with a pledge to minimize the intrusions into personal privacy that often accompany digital ads. Read more: Ads Are Officially Coming to Netflix. Here’s What That Means for…Netflix to... Continue Reading →

Quinta Brunson Makes History With 3 Comedy Emmy Noms for ‘Abbott Elementary’ — The Urban Daily

Source: Christopher Willard / Getty In its first season, Abbott Elementary was extremely well-received by critics and fans alike who praised the show for its wholesome and hilarious portrayal of a group of public school teachers in Philadelphia. Now the show (and its cast) are getting praise from the Television Academy with seven Emmy nominations.…Quinta Brunson... Continue Reading →

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