"Stokes is a thorn in our side - it's challenging to get rid of him. If you don't get him out he is going to move the run rate forward and he did that once again. Those two played good innings and laid the platform for guys to come in and play freely. … [Read more...] about Faf du Plessis to stay on as South Africa captain until T20 World Cup
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David Arquette will guest star on an upcoming episode of “Deputy,“ Variety has learned exclusively. Arquette will appear in the seventh episode of the first season, which is currently airing on Fox, playing a man named Roger Durbin who is described as “the kind of guy who has blended in his whole life. But behind the affable façade, lies his secret world — one where he’s free to play out his deranged fantasies.” When an accident tips off the Sheriff’s department to what Roger’s been up to, he will do whatever it takes to keep his small world from changing. The series stars Stephen Dorff, Yara Martinez, Brian Van Holt, Bex Taylor-Klaus, Shane Paul McGhie, Mark Moses and Danielle Moné Truitt, and is produced by creator Will Beall, as well as David Ayer, Chris Long and Barry Schindel. … [Read more...] about TV News Roundup: VH1 Announces ‘RuPaul’s Drag Race’ Season 12 Contestants
Il comparto fotografico di OnePlus 7T Pro presenta un sensore principale da ben mezzo pollice e 48 MP con un luminoso obiettivo f/1.6, lo stesso sensore che si trova in Oppo Reno 10X Zoom e in OnePlus 7 Pro. Di fianco troviamo un teleobiettivo da 8 MP che racchiude uno zoom di circa 3x, più di quello che è in grado di offrire la maggior parte della concorrenza. Completa il gruppo una fotocamera ultra grandangolare da 16 MP dotata di un campo visivo di ben 117 gradi. … [Read more...] about Migliore smartphone per la fotografia: cosa scegliere per fare foto al top
Their son was born in Paris, and grew up in a world full of backstage gossip and music. The family was partly Jewish, and although Ray Ventura went to America during the war, his sister was not so fortunate. In 1942, she was arrested by the Gestapo and interned in a German camp. Although she survived, and was reunited with her family after the liberation of France in 1944, their son Sacha always said that this traumatic experience left him with a deep insecurity for the rest of his life. … [Read more...] about Sacha Distel
In terms of my own reading, I've barely even reached the foothills. I'm a few hundred pages in, at the start of the story about Swann's great love. Sometimes it has felt like I'm in a tiny rowing boat, floating aimlessly on a great dark lake, no sight of shore, no real sense even of which direction I might expect to be heading. Yet even then, in spite of an occasional fear that I might tip over and descend to the depths, never to emerge, and in spite of a general feeling of bewilderment - and notwithstanding an occasional fear that my own prose might be polluted by Proust's own strangely addictive style, as it was once many years ago when I first read Sacred Hunger and found myself curiously apt to start writing in a style favoured more in the 18th century ... … [Read more...] about Reading group: Bogged down on Swann’s Way?