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Kerry Morton on “The Family Business,” Narrative Wrestling, Communicating with WWE, Tyrus as Champion, and More

What about AEW? What do you think of their product so far, and is Tony Khan also in touch with you? I love the idea of ​​AEW. I love the concept of Tony Khan going out of his way to provide alternative pro wrestling, and I think it’s beautiful. And, what he’s done with the […]

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Storytelling technology and freedom equal freedom: author Jason Primrose

More than almost any industry before it, Web3 owes its very existence to science fiction and storytellers who created digital worlds that developers are now trying to recreate. At Camp Decrypt, a group of Web3 creators and futurists, including Jason Michael Primrose, Amanda Terry, Artemysia-X, and Kas Vegas, met with moderator Shira Lazar to discuss […]

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Children discover the harmful effects of smoking by telling stories

What do you think of this story? The city government here, through the Iloilo City Anti-Tobacco Task Force (ICAST), is launching its campaign among children between the ages of 4 and 10 to educate them about the harmful effects of smoking. ICAST Executive Director Iñigo Garingalao in an interview on Tuesday said they had resumed […]

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5 Great Movies That Use Nonlinear Storytelling

Although linear storytelling is the norm, it can be compelling when TV shows and movies shake things up. Flashbacks can be random, depending on how clever the storytelling is and how much you need to flesh out that backstory. The game of thrones spin off Dragon House uses multiple time jumps, which is another feature […]

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How the media’s stereotypical portrayal of East Asian women distorted my narrative

Current Capital writer Malisa Thoudsanikone For nine years as an East Asian writer on the Wattpad literary platform, I lived vicariously through the eyes of a white girl. She was always the blonde, blue-eyed protagonist who represented me in each of my stories. For me, writing a white protagonist was as automatic as breathing. I […]

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Let your child learn the art of storytelling, says actor Mithila Palkar

BY ANJALI KOCHHAR New Delhi– The art of storytelling comes from the privilege of growing up with grandparents and great-grandparents at home who were storytellers, says actor and storyteller Mithila Palkar. Unlike today’s generation, who have access to i-pads while eating, their meal was never finished without parents and grandparents telling them several stories, she […]

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XpoNorth Digital’s ‘Red Squirrel’ storytelling workshops offer specialist support to the creative and heritage sectors in the Highlands

Kate Hooper: “Rural and creative businesses have many distinctive qualities to be proud of. Networks based in the Highlands and Islands have the opportunity to participate in a unique series of strategy and storytelling workshops delivered by XpoNorth Digital – Highlands and Islands Enterprise’s specialist digital support program for the creative and heritage sectors . […]

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From Purple Ants to Talking Pants: The 33rd Cracker Storytelling Festival Tells Big Stories

From Purple Ants to Talking Pants: The 33rd Cracker Storytelling Festival Tells Big Stories by James Coulter Once upon a time in Africa, there were four colonies of ants: red, black, yellow and purple. Each of them lived in different parts of the jungle. Each of them hated other ant colonies, and they refused to […]

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‘Interrupting Chicken’ teaches children to tell stories outside the lines

In 2011, three years after acclaimed children’s book author David Ezra Stein published his Caldecott Honor award-winning book [the first of three] about a ‘Little Red Chicken’ improvising on her daddy’s bedtime stories, Loris Kramer Lunsford picked up a copy of ‘Interrupting Chicken’ and, as she puts it, ‘fell in love’ with the idea of […]

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Gwendoline Christie talks about Wednesday and why fashion is a form of storytelling

One of her favorite aspects of portraying Weems onscreen was the character’s immaculate wardrobe. She enjoyed working with legendary costume designer Colleen Atwood on the elaborately spooky, yet still professional outfits. “Lead Larissa Weems is the most glamorous character I’ve ever played, and the first time I felt truly beautiful in a screen project,” Christie […]

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Narrator: From the Vatican to small dioceses, Catholic media share the faith

Helen Osman, president of Signis, the World Catholic Association for Communication, listens to Pope Francis during an audience with members, consultants and staff of the Dicastery for Communication, November 12, 2022. CNS Photo/Vatican Media When Pope Francis met with members and staff of the Dicastery for Communication Nov. 12, he said listening to people is […]

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Brunet-García’s Aerien Mull talks about telling stories with a purpose in health

Where you grew up and where you live now. I grew up in Holland, Michigan. I now live in Jacksonville, Florida. How did you get into healthcare marketing and what attracted you. My first job outside of U of M art school was at a health tech startup. I loved the fast pace and the […]

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Insider tips: Will Hoge to bring raucous musical narration to Greater Cincinnati’s upcoming show | Music function | Cincinnati

Click to enlarge Photo: Tsyp9, Wikimedia Commons Will Hoge will perform at the Southgate House Revival on November 20. After John Prine’s tragic death from COVID-19 in 2020, it became clear how much of an impact he had on the roots community as a whole. Nashville-based singer-songwriter Will Hoge demonstrates the influence of his songwriter […]

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‘what’s left of edith finch’ is a masterclass in storytelling

Spoiler warning: the main parts of What Remains of Edith Finch will be discussed, including the death of the main characters. Read at your own risk. Finches have a bad habit of dying young. The deaths are unconventional and sudden, believed to be part of a family curse. For most of the game, you play […]

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Storytelling, business fluidity, employee communications among key lessons from CommsWeek 2022

Ragan Communications Week 2022, held November 1-7, was overflowing with takeaways to inform the communicator’s 2023 playbook. Peer-to-peer conversations were abundant during this important industry week, which included the Future of Communications conference in New York. CommsWeek Co-Chairs Diane Schwartz, CEO of Ragan, and Tiffany Guarnaccia, CEO of Kite Hill PR and Founder of CommsWeek, […]

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Brand Messaging, Influencing and Narrative to Court Opinion | JD Supra Perspectives

… compelling stories inform, educate and create authority. It may have been the 2022 election, but lately I’ve been thinking a lot about influencing people and how messages are delivered to targeted audiences. I worked for a long time in marketing and communication. Whether it’s consumer packaged goods, the automotive industry, or law firms, shaping […]

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Modern horror and Inuit tales blended in a new book

For author Jamesie Fournier, Inuit stories have always been a great route into the horror genre. “It can be very dark,” he said. “There’s a lot of macabre that goes with it.” The dark elements of Inuit fairy tales are on full display in OthersFournier’s first horror novel. Two stories make up the book. The […]

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Sac State Hosts Multicultural, Audience Storytelling Event – The State Hornet

Stories of immigrants and children of immigrants Storytellers talk about their experiences living as immigrants or from an immigrant background at the Hinde Auditorium on Friday, October 28, 2022. (Mercy Sosa to Canva) Filled with raw emotions and experiences, the public was invited to hear diverse immigrant stories full of challenges and successes at the […]

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Arlington Heights Group’s Thanksgiving Storytelling Fest: The 1982 Tylenol Murders

A suburban woman whose father, uncle and aunt were victims of the 1982 Tylenol murders will be the star guest at a Thanksgiving storytelling event on Friday. The Microfinance Alliance Africa Projects Foundation, based in Arlington Heights, will host “Thanksgiving Storytelling Fest 2022” at the Campus Life Center, 150 S. Lageschulte St. in Barrington. The […]

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Cabot students learn about Veterans Day through storytelling

Young students in the Cabot School District spent Veterans Day connecting and learning about active service members through virtual storytelling. CABOT, Ark. – November 11 marks a momentous day for the people of the United States, as people across the country celebrate Veterans Day in honor of those who served in the United States military. […]

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ASU Online students take top honors at storytelling festival

November 10, 2022 Students adapted 17th-century Spanish plays into their own voice The 5-year-old twins were in bed for the night, sound asleep and oblivious to what was happening just outside their home. Kathleen Berger, their mother, was dressed in black pants and a white top. She looked at her script, held in a white […]

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Dramatic irony is Code Geass’ best storytelling technique

Code Geass remains one of the most popular anime of its genre and generation even today, decades after its original run ended. However, anime fans remain divided on their views on the series due to its many infuriating flaws and inconsistencies. The exceptional world-building, character diversity, and great balance of fantasy elements are sometimes overshadowed […]

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Storytelling Night at the Marilyn Rodman Performing Arts Center | Around the city

Storytelling Night at Orpheum The Marilyn Rodman Performing Arts Center, 1 School St., Foxboro hosts FoxTales at 7 p.m. Thursday. This monthly program gives area residents the opportunity to share stories in front of an audience in the center’s art gallery, all around a common theme. The theme for the month of November is “the […]

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Review: ‘The English’ suffers from lackluster storytelling, but Western series benefits from star Emily Blunt, gorgeous sets | app

“The English” first grabs your attention because it features Emily Blunt, one of today’s strongest actresses. Described as a “hunting western,” the limited series set in the late 1800s draws you in with jaw-dropping vistas of the American West, giving “Yellowstone” a run for its money in that department. × This page requires JavaScript. Javascript […]

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Saskatchewan. city ​​honors veterans with banners and storytelling

All along the highway leading to Saint-Walburg, tall red banners hang two by two from telephone poles. Each banner bears a veteran’s photo, along with their name and where they served. For this city, it’s a way of honoring people who have served and keeping their stories alive for a new generation. Gabriele Trotzuk recalls […]

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The Yarn Storytelling Festival is coming to Dunlavin Library

Wexford playwright and storyteller Joe Brennan will speak at Dunlavin Library on Saturday November 12, as part of the YARN Storytelling Festival. and Joe take you on a journey of magic and wonder through the highways and back streets of Ireland, from his native Wexford to his home in Donegal. It will take you beyond […]

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Photography, a storytelling tool for a 100 Mile student

Noah Appleby plans to leave his mark on the Peter Skene Ogden High School yearbook. The 12th year photography student said he aspires this year to take pictures that future students will aspire to surpass. Appleby said he wanted his photos to tell the story of this year’s promotion. “I want to leave this school […]

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Arnold Pinnock believes in storytelling with purpose

“To those who come to Canada, I want to say that there were people who had laid the groundwork for us, and we should put them on a pedestal, because they paved the roads and helped us to be in the position where we are now,” said English-Canadian actor Arnold Pinnock. Pinnock is co-creator, executive […]

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Language Festival celebrated with games, stories, poetry – Le Crieur de Saint Anselme

Last Thursday, the Academic Resource Center and the Writing Center hosted Language Day in the Center Jean event space to celebrate multilingualism on campus. The event was funded by a Diversity and Inclusion Innovation Fund grant requested by Jacob Akey of the Class of 2024. Nearly forty students and a handful of faculty gathered for […]

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The MET chooses traditional storytelling – The Durango Herald

Stephen Costello plays the role of Alfredo and Nadine Sierra is Violetta in Verdi’s “La Traviata”. (Marty Sohl/Met Opera) Verdi plus Mayer plus Sierra equals a memorable ‘Traviata’ The one with the big bed, not the big clock. Forgive me, but the above reference is a shorthand for the last two Metropolitan Opera Live HD […]

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The art of telling compelling stories with Yoshi Sudarso

Yoshi Sudarso is considering his next projects. Yoshi Sudarso What exciting stories would you like to tell? Yoshi Sudarso is a Los Angeles-based actor who moved to Southern California from Indonesia when he was young. He and his brother, Peter Adrian Sudarso, developed a fanbase on social media through various means, including becoming the Blue […]

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Managing the WHO Infodemic Live! Online Storytelling Event

Public health practitioners share their experiences with the COVID-19 infodemic: first edition November 2, 2022 at 4:00 PM CET-Geneva | 14:00 UTC | 11:00 a.m. EDT-Washington, DC The infodemic has affected healthcare professionals personally and professionally and changed the way healthcare systems have responded to the COVID-19 pandemic. On November 2, 2022, we will feature […]

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Orion Pictures President Alano Mayo Encourages Inclusive Storytelling

Industry veteran executive and producer Alana Mayo takes the financial and creative risks necessary to bring unique and underserved artistic visions to the screen. As president of MGM’s Orion Pictures, the 38-year-old New York native makes the movies she wants despite Hollywood’s history of exclusion and lack of originality. She is a young, black, queer […]

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Thank you for making the first Sandbar Storytelling Festival a success | Opinion

By Judy Myers, Sandbar Storytelling Festival Board Secretary The Sandbar Storytelling Festival Board of Directors would like to thank everyone who contributed to our inaugural event. Early reports show more than 1,500 tickets have been sold across Minnesota, Wisconsin and Iowa – and as far away as Colorado, Michigan, Illinois and New York – for […]

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News desk | ILLINOIS

CHAMPAIGN, Ill. — Librarians need to be able to communicate about social justice issues, and teaching social justice storytelling to students in library science schools will help them develop the skills to do so, according to two researchers. Kate McDowell, professor of information science at the University of Illinois at Urbana-Champaign, and Nicole A. Cooke, […]

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LUNGevity Foundation’s No One Missed campaign celebrates second year of #KnowYourBiomarker storytelling initiative to raise awareness of comprehensive biomarker testing in lung cancer

Awareness Campaign Highlights Importance of Biomarker Testing as Part of “KNOWvember” During Lung Cancer Awareness Month WASHINGTON, November 1, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — LUNGevity Foundation, the nation’s leading nonprofit focused on lung cancer, today celebrates the second year of its #KnowYourBiomarker social media initiative as part of the No one missed campaign to raise awareness of […]

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Transgender storytelling project showcases joy with ACLU and TKO

There were only smiles at the Montgomery Museum of Fine Arts recently – on the faces of visitors and speakers and in the photographs hanging on the wall. The ACLU of Alabama and the Knights & Orchids Society (TKO) held their Black Trans Futures exhibit to show the joy in the lives of black and […]