Odessa under new missile attacks

People remove the statue of Ukrainian philosopher Hryhoriy Skovoroda from the destroyed Hryhoriy Skovoroda Literary Memorial Museum in Skovorodynivka, Ukraine on May 7. (Ricardo Moraes/Reuters) Last Friday, the historic home of treasured Ukrainian poet and philosopher Hryhorii Skovoroda was destroyed by a Russian artillery strike, along with a museum of his work. Skovoroda’s house was … Read more

EXCLUSIVE Tesla halts production at Shanghai factory due to supply issues – sources

Chinese-made Tesla Model 3 vehicles are seen during a delivery event at the carmaker’s factory in Shanghai, China January 7, 2020. REUTERS/Aly Song Join now for FREE unlimited access to Reuters.com Register SHANGHAI, May 10 (Reuters) – Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) halted production at its Shanghai factory on Monday due to supply issues, two people familiar … Read more

Lauren Halsey Exhibition New York David Kordansky

To inaugurate his new New York gallery, David Kordanksy presents a slice of Los Angeles through a solo exhibition of the work of Lauren Halsey. The American artist’s practice has been constructed using found, crafted and handmade objects, which are combined to maintain a sense of civic urgency and a fluid imagination – offering a … Read more

“She was just a little rejected”

Jack Harlow; Doua Lipa Daniel Boczarski/Getty Images; Matt Baron/Shutterstock Jack Harlow and Dua Lipa What does Dua Lipa think of Jack Harlow’s new song about her? In an interview with The Breakfast Club radio show published on Friday, the 24-year-old rapper opened up about his new album Come home, the kids miss youwhich features a … Read more

Russian state television admits that Vladimir Putin’s army was totally embarrassing during the war in Ukraine

In his speech ahead of Victory Day celebrations across Russia on Sunday, President Vladimir Putin continued to promote the idea that his troops in Ukraine are fighting “to liberate their homeland from Nazi filth with the certainty that, as in 1945, the victory will be ours”. .” Its portrayal of Ukrainians as Nazis rings so … Read more

Week-long break from Depp, Heard party has downsides for both parties

Legal experts say Johnny Depp’s lawyers received a gift when his defamation lawsuit against ex-wife Amber Heard was halted this week. But some also noted that the break could give the Heards a boost, as jurors have several days to chew on his harrowing testimony. Without immediate cross-examination to challenge his credibility, Heard’s story is … Read more

Former Fed officials warn recession may be needed to get inflation under control

Grant Thorton’s chief economist, Diane Swonk, reveals what April’s upcoming jobs report means for markets in “The Claman Countdown.” Two former Federal Reserve officials warn that the US central bank will struggle to rein in the highest inflation in four decades without plunging the economy into a recession. The criticisms came from the Fed’s two … Read more

Warhol’s ‘Marilyn’, at $195 million, shatters the auction record for an American artist

The first lot, a work by American conceptual artist Mike Bidlo, “Not Picasso (Bather with Beachball)”, estimated between $60,000 and $80,000, went for $1.3 million including fees. Collector Peter Brant, seated in the third row, bought the third lot, “Fourteen Stations, No. XI” by Francesco Clemente, for $1.9 million, on an estimate of $80,000-120,000. Then … Read more

All the free concerts coming to New York this summer

Summer hasn’t even arrived yet and the lineup of free outdoor concerts in New York City is already epic. With all of our fantastic parks, New Yorkers are spoiled for choice when it comes to where to spend time outdoors during the warmer months. And in addition to enjoying picnics, games, or just lounging around, … Read more