OK: Found an XML parser.
OK: Support for GZIP encoding.
OK: Support for character munging.

Notice: MagpieRSS [debug] Returning STALE object for https://movs.world/category/magazine/feed in /home/viaspace/public_html/includes/magpierss-0.72/rss_fetch.inc on line 243

Example Output

Channel: Magazine – Movs.World

RSS URL:

Parsed Results (var_dump'ed)

object(MagpieRSS)#2 (21) {
  ["parser"]=>
  int(0)
  ["current_item"]=>
  array(0) {
  }
  ["items"]=>
  array(10) {
    [0]=>
    array(11) {
      ["title"]=>
      string(43) "In Vichy, a house tribute to Albert Londres"
      ["link"]=>
      string(71) "https://movs.world/magazine/in-vichy-a-house-tribute-to-albert-londres/"
      ["dc"]=>
      array(1) {
        ["creator"]=>
        string(11) "Susan Hally"
      }
      ["pubdate"]=>
      string(31) "Tue, 17 May 2022 16:39:44 +0000"
      ["category"]=>
      string(38) "MagazineAlberthouseLondrestributeVichy"
      ["guid"]=>
      string(71) "https://movs.world/magazine/in-vichy-a-house-tribute-to-albert-londres/"
      ["description"]=>
      string(574) "The Maison Albert London, in May. ALBERT HOUSE LONDON With its two turrets and neo-Gothic façade, this old Vichy house does not go unnoticed. It was here, rue Besse, that Albert Londres was born. The master of great reporting, whose name has been associated since 1933 with the most famous prize rewarding French-speaking journalists each ... Read more"
      ["content"]=>
      array(1) {
        ["encoded"]=>
        string(3800) "

With its two turrets and neo-Gothic façade, this old Vichy house does not go unnoticed. It was here, rue Besse, that Albert Londres was born. The master of great reporting, whose name has been associated since 1933 with the most famous prize rewarding French-speaking journalists each year, was born on 1is November 1884 in this house erected in the 1820s and subsequently acquired by his grandparents. Although he only lived there for the first few months of his life, he often came back to visit them. “Later, when I’m dead, we’ll put a plaque on this house, knock on wood”, he said one day to his daughter, Florine.

The city granted this wish for the twentieth anniversary of his death, in 1952. This Tuesday, May 17, the house, whose renovation work continues as it fell into ruin, was officially inaugurated with the opening of an exhibition devoted to the tutelary figure of French journalism, who died ninety years ago in the Gulf of Aden, and famous for his reports – from the bombardment of Reims cathedral in 1914 to the penal colony of Cayenne, via the Tour de France.

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers Albert Londres: “The feather in the wound

But in Vichy, a historic city listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2021, nothing is simple when you look back on the past. Of course there is the “Vichy regime” whose mayor, Frédéric Aguilera (LR), no longer wants to hear about it, demanding, including from the Shoah Memorial, in Paris, that we talk about the “Petain’s regime”. Many times accused by historians of having refused to face this reality, the elegant sub-prefecture of Allier (25,000 inhabitants) has promised to devote a quarter of the permanent space of the future museum to the Occupation its two thousand years of history which could see the light of day in 2026.

A positive birth figure

With Albert Londres, Vichy therefore had a positive native figure. Yet, for decades, nothing was done to maintain and glorify his memory. If the house has not disappeared, it is thanks to a handful of volunteers. Starting with the president of the Maison Albert Londres association, Marie de Colombel, to whom the mayor pays tribute: “Without her, the house would not be where it is today. » Since 2008, this retired management consulting specialist has been fighting to preserve the memory of the man whose life and work she knows by heart. Arrived in the Allier in 1976, keen on architecture and history, she was sorry to see the inhabitants pass in front of the building without knowing who London was.

You have 56.25% of this article left to read. The following is for subscribers only.

" } ["summary"]=> string(574) "The Maison Albert London, in May. ALBERT HOUSE LONDON With its two turrets and neo-Gothic façade, this old Vichy house does not go unnoticed. It was here, rue Besse, that Albert Londres was born. The master of great reporting, whose name has been associated since 1933 with the most famous prize rewarding French-speaking journalists each ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(3800) "

With its two turrets and neo-Gothic façade, this old Vichy house does not go unnoticed. It was here, rue Besse, that Albert Londres was born. The master of great reporting, whose name has been associated since 1933 with the most famous prize rewarding French-speaking journalists each year, was born on 1is November 1884 in this house erected in the 1820s and subsequently acquired by his grandparents. Although he only lived there for the first few months of his life, he often came back to visit them. “Later, when I’m dead, we’ll put a plaque on this house, knock on wood”, he said one day to his daughter, Florine.

The city granted this wish for the twentieth anniversary of his death, in 1952. This Tuesday, May 17, the house, whose renovation work continues as it fell into ruin, was officially inaugurated with the opening of an exhibition devoted to the tutelary figure of French journalism, who died ninety years ago in the Gulf of Aden, and famous for his reports – from the bombardment of Reims cathedral in 1914 to the penal colony of Cayenne, via the Tour de France.

Read also: Article reserved for our subscribers Albert Londres: “The feather in the wound

But in Vichy, a historic city listed as a UNESCO World Heritage Site since 2021, nothing is simple when you look back on the past. Of course there is the “Vichy regime” whose mayor, Frédéric Aguilera (LR), no longer wants to hear about it, demanding, including from the Shoah Memorial, in Paris, that we talk about the “Petain’s regime”. Many times accused by historians of having refused to face this reality, the elegant sub-prefecture of Allier (25,000 inhabitants) has promised to devote a quarter of the permanent space of the future museum to the Occupation its two thousand years of history which could see the light of day in 2026.

A positive birth figure

With Albert Londres, Vichy therefore had a positive native figure. Yet, for decades, nothing was done to maintain and glorify his memory. If the house has not disappeared, it is thanks to a handful of volunteers. Starting with the president of the Maison Albert Londres association, Marie de Colombel, to whom the mayor pays tribute: “Without her, the house would not be where it is today. » Since 2008, this retired management consulting specialist has been fighting to preserve the memory of the man whose life and work she knows by heart. Arrived in the Allier in 1976, keen on architecture and history, she was sorry to see the inhabitants pass in front of the building without knowing who London was.

You have 56.25% of this article left to read. The following is for subscribers only.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1652805584) } [1]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(62) "the Climate Change Days Tour will stop in Capoliveri on 8 June" ["link"]=> string(91) "https://movs.world/magazine/the-climate-change-days-tour-will-stop-in-capoliveri-on-8-june/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 17 May 2022 13:39:59 +0000" ["category"]=> string(79) "MagazineCapoliverichangeclimateclimate changedaysElba islandJuneJune 8.stoptour" ["guid"]=> string(91) "https://movs.world/magazine/the-climate-change-days-tour-will-stop-in-capoliveri-on-8-june/" ["description"]=> string(627) "The Climate Change Days Tour will stop in Elba, in Capoliveri, on June 8th, calling for divers from all over Europe who will immerse themselves in the waters of the island. Dan Europe (association dedicated to diving safety) and Padi (the main diving education organization) will involve over 30 European diving centers and around 150 ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3261) "

The Climate Change Days Tour will stop in Elba, in Capoliveri, on June 8th, calling for divers from all over Europe who will immerse themselves in the waters of the island. Dan Europe (association dedicated to diving safety) and Padi (the main diving education organization) will involve over 30 European diving centers and around 150 instructors trained in recent years, also mobilizing recreational divers in a collaborative science action.

Divers will be asked to donate ten minutes of their dive to research, to analyze the marine fauna of two transepts (underwater data collection routes of 50m in length and 5m in width, to be covered in 5 minutes), counting the fish of certain species and marking the data on a waterproof slate supplied to the participants. The results of the underwater observations will subsequently be uploaded to the shared map of the Observadores del Mar open source platform, specifying the dive point.

The event will have as its operational base and starting point the beach of Morcone, near the center of Capoliveri. All divers aged 10 and over with a first level certification and all snorkelers (on shallow transepts) are invited to participate, combining their passion for diving with the possibility of acquiring data collection skills according to specific protocols, which will allow to improve the collective knowledge of a precious but fragile ecosystem such as the marine one. And after the scientific analysis, in order to study and implement possible solutions to mitigate the effects of climatic variations and the impoverishment of marine biodiversity.

Elba has always been a popular destination for water sports enthusiasts, including diving. Along the coast there are over 40 diving spots, for all levels and for all tastes, from the Biological Protection Area of ​​the Scoglietto di Portoferraio, where you can swim among groupers, clouds of corvine, snapper and sea bream while remaining within 15 meters, at the depths of the Secca del Careno, in front of Sant’Andrea, where it is not difficult to find some barracudas among bright red gorgogne. A biodiversity to be preserved and enhanced, as recalled by the Climate Change Days Tour project and the numerous other green initiatives organized on the island, a true paradise of sustainability.

" } ["summary"]=> string(627) "The Climate Change Days Tour will stop in Elba, in Capoliveri, on June 8th, calling for divers from all over Europe who will immerse themselves in the waters of the island. Dan Europe (association dedicated to diving safety) and Padi (the main diving education organization) will involve over 30 European diving centers and around 150 ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(3261) "

The Climate Change Days Tour will stop in Elba, in Capoliveri, on June 8th, calling for divers from all over Europe who will immerse themselves in the waters of the island. Dan Europe (association dedicated to diving safety) and Padi (the main diving education organization) will involve over 30 European diving centers and around 150 instructors trained in recent years, also mobilizing recreational divers in a collaborative science action.

Divers will be asked to donate ten minutes of their dive to research, to analyze the marine fauna of two transepts (underwater data collection routes of 50m in length and 5m in width, to be covered in 5 minutes), counting the fish of certain species and marking the data on a waterproof slate supplied to the participants. The results of the underwater observations will subsequently be uploaded to the shared map of the Observadores del Mar open source platform, specifying the dive point.

The event will have as its operational base and starting point the beach of Morcone, near the center of Capoliveri. All divers aged 10 and over with a first level certification and all snorkelers (on shallow transepts) are invited to participate, combining their passion for diving with the possibility of acquiring data collection skills according to specific protocols, which will allow to improve the collective knowledge of a precious but fragile ecosystem such as the marine one. And after the scientific analysis, in order to study and implement possible solutions to mitigate the effects of climatic variations and the impoverishment of marine biodiversity.

Elba has always been a popular destination for water sports enthusiasts, including diving. Along the coast there are over 40 diving spots, for all levels and for all tastes, from the Biological Protection Area of ​​the Scoglietto di Portoferraio, where you can swim among groupers, clouds of corvine, snapper and sea bream while remaining within 15 meters, at the depths of the Secca del Careno, in front of Sant’Andrea, where it is not difficult to find some barracudas among bright red gorgogne. A biodiversity to be preserved and enhanced, as recalled by the Climate Change Days Tour project and the numerous other green initiatives organized on the island, a true paradise of sustainability.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1652794799) } [2]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(53) "new collaboration for the relaunch of business travel" ["link"]=> string(82) "https://movs.world/magazine/new-collaboration-for-the-relaunch-of-business-travel/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 17 May 2022 10:38:29 +0000" ["category"]=> string(53) "MagazinebusinesscollaborationreadyrelaunchSabretravel" ["guid"]=> string(82) "https://movs.world/magazine/new-collaboration-for-the-relaunch-of-business-travel/" ["description"]=> string(632) "Siap and Saber add a new piece to their long-standing technology collaboration. B4B, the intuitive self booking tool for business travel developed by Siap, it can now rely on Saber technology and content to accelerate intelligent automation in corporate travel management and support the industry’s recovery. The integration of B4B to Saber takes place through ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(2837) "

Siap and Saber add a new piece to their long-standing technology collaboration. B4B, the intuitive self booking tool for business travel developed by Siap, it can now rely on Saber technology and content to accelerate intelligent automation in corporate travel management and support the industry’s recovery.

The integration of B4B to Saber takes place through Api, and will allow travel management companies that use Siap’s self booking tool to access the contents and cutting-edge solutions of the gds. Thanks to Saber Profiles, for example, B4B will be able to count on greater control for greater efficiency, managing the data and profiles of business travelers in an optimal way by automating the recognition processes.

“Our main goal was to bring to the market a self booking tool that integrated the typical processes of business travel in a single solution, for the management of business travel in online and offline mode and the personalization of user profiles at different levels – he declared Anthony Rose, CEO of Siap -. Our long-standing collaboration with Saber has seen its natural evolution in this integration that allows Tmc and travel managers to guarantee a more intuitive and easy-to-use service ”.

“Siap is an innovative partner with which we share the goal of providing travelers with a truly cutting-edge travel experience – he said Paola De Filippogeneral manager of Saber for Italy – and we are delighted to be able to collaborate with such a committed and forward-looking partner who clearly understands the role that technology plays in delivering that flawless experience that today’s travelers increasingly expect, especially as far as business travel is concerned, with needs that have changed a lot in the last two years “.

" } ["summary"]=> string(632) "Siap and Saber add a new piece to their long-standing technology collaboration. B4B, the intuitive self booking tool for business travel developed by Siap, it can now rely on Saber technology and content to accelerate intelligent automation in corporate travel management and support the industry’s recovery. The integration of B4B to Saber takes place through ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(2837) "

Siap and Saber add a new piece to their long-standing technology collaboration. B4B, the intuitive self booking tool for business travel developed by Siap, it can now rely on Saber technology and content to accelerate intelligent automation in corporate travel management and support the industry’s recovery.

The integration of B4B to Saber takes place through Api, and will allow travel management companies that use Siap’s self booking tool to access the contents and cutting-edge solutions of the gds. Thanks to Saber Profiles, for example, B4B will be able to count on greater control for greater efficiency, managing the data and profiles of business travelers in an optimal way by automating the recognition processes.

“Our main goal was to bring to the market a self booking tool that integrated the typical processes of business travel in a single solution, for the management of business travel in online and offline mode and the personalization of user profiles at different levels – he declared Anthony Rose, CEO of Siap -. Our long-standing collaboration with Saber has seen its natural evolution in this integration that allows Tmc and travel managers to guarantee a more intuitive and easy-to-use service ”.

“Siap is an innovative partner with which we share the goal of providing travelers with a truly cutting-edge travel experience – he said Paola De Filippogeneral manager of Saber for Italy – and we are delighted to be able to collaborate with such a committed and forward-looking partner who clearly understands the role that technology plays in delivering that flawless experience that today’s travelers increasingly expect, especially as far as business travel is concerned, with needs that have changed a lot in the last two years “.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1652783909) } [3]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(78) "Puglia increasingly strategic. The offer of excursions to Brindisi is growing" ["link"]=> string(105) "https://movs.world/magazine/puglia-increasingly-strategic-the-offer-of-excursions-to-brindisi-is-growing/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 17 May 2022 07:37:05 +0000" ["category"]=> string(134) "MagazinebeautifulBrindisiexcursionsfantasíagrowingHarmonyincreasinglyMarialuisa IaccarinoMscMúsicaOfferPugliaSinfoniastrategicToasts" ["guid"]=> string(105) "https://movs.world/magazine/puglia-increasingly-strategic-the-offer-of-excursions-to-brindisi-is-growing/" ["description"]=> string(653) "A new excursion for all those who wish to take a guided tour of the city. Msc enriches the proposal of shore experiences in Brindisi with an original itinerary inaugurated yesterday, on the occasion of the weekly stopover in the Apulian city of Harmony. The excursion will be available for all 26 weekly calls that ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(3394) "

A new excursion for all those who wish to take a guided tour of the city. Msc enriches the proposal of shore experiences in Brindisi with an original itinerary inaugurated yesterday, on the occasion of the weekly stopover in the Apulian city of Harmony. The excursion will be available for all 26 weekly calls that the ship has yet to make during the summer season, which will end on November 14th.

During the tour it will be possible to visit the two most important castles of the city: the Svevo and the Alfonsino. An interesting cultural tour carried out by MSC, thanks to the tourism promotion implemented by the municipality of Brindisi, with the aim of enhancing a new experience of visiting the city, overlooking the sea. Its port is historically considered one of the most important in the Mediterranean and is recognized by theUnesco “Witness and monument of peace, heritage of humanity”.

This year the company plans to move almost 60,000 cruise passengers to Brindisi thanks to the 32 stopovers of the summer program which began on 11 April and which will end with the last stop in mid-November. Most of the guests on board, during the stop in Brindisi, normally choose to get off for a tour of the city, while the rest visit some of the tourist places that can be reached by bus transfer. Puglia represents a strategic region for MSC, both for the customer base and for the rich offer of places to visit. Also considering the ports of Bari and Taranto, the whole of Puglia will be able to count on the arrival of over 370 thousand tourists this year thanks to the presence of five ships (the Symphony, the Fantasy, the Harmony, the Music and the Splendida) active in the ports of Bari, Brindisi and Taranto.

“We have as our objective the tourist enhancement of the territories where our ships arrive, with an increasingly rich and environmentally friendly offer of excursions – explains the head of shore excursions of MSC, Marialuisa Iaccarino -. For this reason we work closely with local authorities, in order to create new and interesting tours for our guests. Thanks to the great commitment of the local authorities of Brindisi, today we can inaugurate this new tour which, we are convinced, will be greatly appreciated by those who reach the city on board our ship. We are also working to evaluate the feasibility of other new excursions to discover the destination “.

" } ["summary"]=> string(653) "A new excursion for all those who wish to take a guided tour of the city. Msc enriches the proposal of shore experiences in Brindisi with an original itinerary inaugurated yesterday, on the occasion of the weekly stopover in the Apulian city of Harmony. The excursion will be available for all 26 weekly calls that ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(3394) "

A new excursion for all those who wish to take a guided tour of the city. Msc enriches the proposal of shore experiences in Brindisi with an original itinerary inaugurated yesterday, on the occasion of the weekly stopover in the Apulian city of Harmony. The excursion will be available for all 26 weekly calls that the ship has yet to make during the summer season, which will end on November 14th.

During the tour it will be possible to visit the two most important castles of the city: the Svevo and the Alfonsino. An interesting cultural tour carried out by MSC, thanks to the tourism promotion implemented by the municipality of Brindisi, with the aim of enhancing a new experience of visiting the city, overlooking the sea. Its port is historically considered one of the most important in the Mediterranean and is recognized by theUnesco “Witness and monument of peace, heritage of humanity”.

This year the company plans to move almost 60,000 cruise passengers to Brindisi thanks to the 32 stopovers of the summer program which began on 11 April and which will end with the last stop in mid-November. Most of the guests on board, during the stop in Brindisi, normally choose to get off for a tour of the city, while the rest visit some of the tourist places that can be reached by bus transfer. Puglia represents a strategic region for MSC, both for the customer base and for the rich offer of places to visit. Also considering the ports of Bari and Taranto, the whole of Puglia will be able to count on the arrival of over 370 thousand tourists this year thanks to the presence of five ships (the Symphony, the Fantasy, the Harmony, the Music and the Splendida) active in the ports of Bari, Brindisi and Taranto.

“We have as our objective the tourist enhancement of the territories where our ships arrive, with an increasingly rich and environmentally friendly offer of excursions – explains the head of shore excursions of MSC, Marialuisa Iaccarino -. For this reason we work closely with local authorities, in order to create new and interesting tours for our guests. Thanks to the great commitment of the local authorities of Brindisi, today we can inaugurate this new tour which, we are convinced, will be greatly appreciated by those who reach the city on board our ship. We are also working to evaluate the feasibility of other new excursions to discover the destination “.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1652773025) } [4]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(72) "“I tell everyone that if I had a Caesar, then everyone has a chance”" ["link"]=> string(94) "https://movs.world/magazine/i-tell-everyone-that-if-i-had-a-caesar-then-everyone-has-a-chance/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 17 May 2022 04:35:45 +0000" ["category"]=> string(20) "MagazineCaesarchance" ["guid"]=> string(94) "https://movs.world/magazine/i-tell-everyone-that-if-i-had-a-caesar-then-everyone-has-a-chance/" ["description"]=> string(696) "By Clementine Goldszal Published today at 06:30 Reserved for our subscribers PortraitBefore experiencing success with his comedy “Simply Black”, in 2020, the 41-year-old actor-director experimented a lot: rap, music videos, shows… He is now making his way in a film environment that he is working on. make it less uniform. He is showing two films ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(5027) "
By Clementine Goldszal

Published today at 06:30

Actor and director Jean-Pascal Zadi, April 28, 2022, in Paris.

Success is complicated. And since the success of his first film, simply black, satire on questions of black identity in the French cultural landscape, popular success with nearly 800,000 admissions in the summer of 2020 (a miracle for the first feature film by an unknown to the general public), and its César for best male hope in 2021, Jean-Pascal Zadi, director, actor, screenwriter, producer, rapper, entertainer going through a pleasant crisis of conscience.

It should not work out this month. His entry into the Cannes seraglio is made directly through the main door: a small significant role in Cut!, by Michel Hazanavicius, presented at the opening of the Festival, and a place of choice in Smoking makes you cough by Quentin Dupieux, which will be screened, out of competition, in Midnight screenings. Two red carpets as an actor, therefore, alongside recognized actors: Gilles Lellouche, Vincent Lacoste and Anaïs Demoustier (for the film by Dupieux) and Bérénice Bejo, Romain Duris and Finnegan Oldfield (for that of Hazanavicius).

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers “Simply black”: anti-racism on the tightrope

This day in April, a few weeks before the Festival, Zadi, a long silhouette and a warm smile, quickly drops the Ray-Bans, reveals a gaze pierced with excitement. « To the base, I’m more of a guy who writes, who has a speech, stuff to say… he explains. For a long time, I felt like someone from the margins, who did not do like the others, who acted completely independently. There, suddenly, I play in three films, two of which are in Cannes [le troisième, L’Année du requin, de Ludovic et Zoran Boukherma, sortira le 20 juillet]. It’s cool but it’s also like being told: “You’re not that original, man!” It’s surprising, but I have to stay myself. »

Prepared early for racism

Himself, that is to say this debonair stilt who grew up like wild grass in a family of nine children, between Bondy and Ifs, near Caen, where his family settled when he was 5 years. His parents were born French, in the Ivory Coast. Upon arrival in mainland France, her mother is a cleaning lady, her father does odd jobs and tries his luck as an entrepreneur.. “Growing up, I realized that it was a hassle, but when I was little I didn’t know we were poor”, summarizes Zadi.

on “incredible youth” takes place in front of the films of Louis de Funès or Jean-Paul Belmondo, while listening with one ear to the committed tirades of his mother. “My parents have a very strong African consciousness, he explains. They instilled in me the idea that we were African, that we were black, and that our skin color was going to handicap us for many things. I was aware of it very young. »

You have 63.63% of this article left to read. The following is for subscribers only.

" } ["summary"]=> string(696) "By Clementine Goldszal Published today at 06:30 Reserved for our subscribers PortraitBefore experiencing success with his comedy “Simply Black”, in 2020, the 41-year-old actor-director experimented a lot: rap, music videos, shows… He is now making his way in a film environment that he is working on. make it less uniform. He is showing two films ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(5027) "
By Clementine Goldszal

Published today at 06:30

Actor and director Jean-Pascal Zadi, April 28, 2022, in Paris.

Success is complicated. And since the success of his first film, simply black, satire on questions of black identity in the French cultural landscape, popular success with nearly 800,000 admissions in the summer of 2020 (a miracle for the first feature film by an unknown to the general public), and its César for best male hope in 2021, Jean-Pascal Zadi, director, actor, screenwriter, producer, rapper, entertainer going through a pleasant crisis of conscience.

It should not work out this month. His entry into the Cannes seraglio is made directly through the main door: a small significant role in Cut!, by Michel Hazanavicius, presented at the opening of the Festival, and a place of choice in Smoking makes you cough by Quentin Dupieux, which will be screened, out of competition, in Midnight screenings. Two red carpets as an actor, therefore, alongside recognized actors: Gilles Lellouche, Vincent Lacoste and Anaïs Demoustier (for the film by Dupieux) and Bérénice Bejo, Romain Duris and Finnegan Oldfield (for that of Hazanavicius).

Read also Article reserved for our subscribers “Simply black”: anti-racism on the tightrope

This day in April, a few weeks before the Festival, Zadi, a long silhouette and a warm smile, quickly drops the Ray-Bans, reveals a gaze pierced with excitement. « To the base, I’m more of a guy who writes, who has a speech, stuff to say… he explains. For a long time, I felt like someone from the margins, who did not do like the others, who acted completely independently. There, suddenly, I play in three films, two of which are in Cannes [le troisième, L’Année du requin, de Ludovic et Zoran Boukherma, sortira le 20 juillet]. It’s cool but it’s also like being told: “You’re not that original, man!” It’s surprising, but I have to stay myself. »

Prepared early for racism

Himself, that is to say this debonair stilt who grew up like wild grass in a family of nine children, between Bondy and Ifs, near Caen, where his family settled when he was 5 years. His parents were born French, in the Ivory Coast. Upon arrival in mainland France, her mother is a cleaning lady, her father does odd jobs and tries his luck as an entrepreneur.. “Growing up, I realized that it was a hassle, but when I was little I didn’t know we were poor”, summarizes Zadi.

on “incredible youth” takes place in front of the films of Louis de Funès or Jean-Paul Belmondo, while listening with one ear to the committed tirades of his mother. “My parents have a very strong African consciousness, he explains. They instilled in me the idea that we were African, that we were black, and that our skin color was going to handicap us for many things. I was aware of it very young. »

You have 63.63% of this article left to read. The following is for subscribers only.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1652762145) } [5]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(30) "webinar with Fto next May 20th" ["link"]=> string(59) "https://movs.world/magazine/webinar-with-fto-next-may-20th/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 17 May 2022 01:35:07 +0000" ["category"]=> string(62) "Magazine20thFtoGabriele MilaniMalaysiaVincenza Andreiniwebinar" ["guid"]=> string(59) "https://movs.world/magazine/webinar-with-fto-next-may-20th/" ["description"]=> string(570) "Malaysia increasingly alongside travel agencies and tour operators, with new initiatives dedicated to the sector in Italy. “Malaysia Back & Stronger”Is the title of the scheduled webinar by Tourism Malaysia with Fto (Federation of Organized Tourism) for May 20: a unique moment to return to discover the lightness of a journey between sea, rainforest, culture, ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(2920) "

Malaysia increasingly alongside travel agencies and tour operators, with new initiatives dedicated to the sector in Italy. “Malaysia Back & Stronger”Is the title of the scheduled webinar by Tourism Malaysia with Fto (Federation of Organized Tourism) for May 20: a unique moment to return to discover the lightness of a journey between sea, rainforest, culture, traditions and food. Vincenza Andreini, Marketing and PR representative of Tourism Malaysia in Italy, will accompany the participants on this new journey dedicated to the Asian country.

“Italy – explains a note from the institution – is a market with which the destination is in daily contact. Malaysia intends to support the market to overcome this moment of uncertainty together, due to the recent pandemic emergency, and wants to create initiatives to reactivate the desire to travel, both in terms of leisure and business products, putting in place all those levers capable of to best meet the needs of travelers “.

“As an Fto Association, we are strongly committed to training our operators to face the challenges of a changing world which also sees the way of traveling in profound transformation – affirms the national director, Gabriele Milani -. We must always be up to date with the aim of offering the best travel experience. This is why we are happy to support the development of such important destinations through collaboration with institutional tourism bodies “.

As of May 1, Malaysia lifted restrictions related to Covid-19, including the need for fully vaccinated travelers to undergo tests for coronavirus and use of outdoor masks. All protocols for travelers arriving in the country have been canceled for those who are fully vaccinated, those who have already contracted Covid-19 infection 6 to 60 days before the date of departure, and for travelers aged equal or younger 12 years old.

" } ["summary"]=> string(570) "Malaysia increasingly alongside travel agencies and tour operators, with new initiatives dedicated to the sector in Italy. “Malaysia Back & Stronger”Is the title of the scheduled webinar by Tourism Malaysia with Fto (Federation of Organized Tourism) for May 20: a unique moment to return to discover the lightness of a journey between sea, rainforest, culture, ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(2920) "

Malaysia increasingly alongside travel agencies and tour operators, with new initiatives dedicated to the sector in Italy. “Malaysia Back & Stronger”Is the title of the scheduled webinar by Tourism Malaysia with Fto (Federation of Organized Tourism) for May 20: a unique moment to return to discover the lightness of a journey between sea, rainforest, culture, traditions and food. Vincenza Andreini, Marketing and PR representative of Tourism Malaysia in Italy, will accompany the participants on this new journey dedicated to the Asian country.

“Italy – explains a note from the institution – is a market with which the destination is in daily contact. Malaysia intends to support the market to overcome this moment of uncertainty together, due to the recent pandemic emergency, and wants to create initiatives to reactivate the desire to travel, both in terms of leisure and business products, putting in place all those levers capable of to best meet the needs of travelers “.

“As an Fto Association, we are strongly committed to training our operators to face the challenges of a changing world which also sees the way of traveling in profound transformation – affirms the national director, Gabriele Milani -. We must always be up to date with the aim of offering the best travel experience. This is why we are happy to support the development of such important destinations through collaboration with institutional tourism bodies “.

As of May 1, Malaysia lifted restrictions related to Covid-19, including the need for fully vaccinated travelers to undergo tests for coronavirus and use of outdoor masks. All protocols for travelers arriving in the country have been canceled for those who are fully vaccinated, those who have already contracted Covid-19 infection 6 to 60 days before the date of departure, and for travelers aged equal or younger 12 years old.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1652751307) } [6]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(10) "Home Rules" ["link"]=> string(39) "https://movs.world/magazine/home-rules/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Mon, 07 Feb 2022 05:38:46 +0000" ["category"]=> string(17) "Magazinehomerules" ["guid"]=> string(39) "https://movs.world/magazine/home-rules/" ["description"]=> string(463) "“Put your shoes in Loulou’s entrance, please.” “Hey! Your shoes ?!” “No, we said no phone at the table!” “But are you kidding or what, how many times am I going to have to repeat this?!” Do you sometimes feel like a parrot? To have to constantly repeat things so that everyone takes the lead? ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(15804) "

“Put your shoes in Loulou’s entrance, please.” “Hey! Your shoes ?!” “No, we said no phone at the table!” “But are you kidding or what, how many times am I going to have to repeat this?!” Do you sometimes feel like a parrot? To have to constantly repeat things so that everyone takes the lead? Don’t worry, it’s normal, and yet, there is a solution that can make our daily life easier… Tadam… the Rules of Life at Home! To tell us about it, I leave the floor to my friend Caroline, mom of Isis (6 years old), Noah (10 years old), Sid (16 years old) and Céline (23 years old, mom and more at home 😅)!

Why Establish House Rules?

It is an established fact: rules are necessary for the functioning of a society. In education, the rules provide the framework, to live better with each other. However, not all families have the same requirements and it is important as parents to PRIORIZE!
Our educational principles must be prioritized, taught and explained, while keeping in mind that the child learns above all by IMITATION (💡 “Ahhh…but that’s why my kids drag their shoes…” 🤣). See also our other article on house rules.

Rules of life at home: why display them?

What ? House rules? I can already hear some object “yes, but no need to stick them in the fridge!” “No, but at home, the rules are inside”. “It’s okay, I’m not a bully, I’m not going to display the American-style DOs and DON’Ts…” Anyway, that’s what I thought to myself!

And yet, with 3 children at home, we tried it for a while, and I must say that we found our account! Why ?

Because I realized thatby displaying the rules, it allowed it to become TANGIBLE and above all REALISTIC… Because, clearly, when we have in mind the manual of etiquette and good manners, we quickly spend our day sending orders and injunctions to our toddler(s)… And according to the good old adage: TOO RULES KILLS RULES, I felt like I was never heard.

So displaying the house rules allows them to be clearly stated, so easy to remember for everyone, and especially for parents. We can thus concentrate our energy on 4 or 5 courses of action for a fortnight, and then change the rules!

In fact, it allows the child to internalize them step by step.

Rules, but not just any rules!

In shops or on Pinterest, there are plenty of magnificent paintings with “The rules of life in the house”… And we find all over the place: “Don’t complain / be happy every day / love each other / keep your head up high / laugh a lot / always tell the truth / forgive even if it’s hard / etc.”

WOW! THE PRESSURE OF OUCH! It’s clear that we can’t be against it… but I don’t know about you, I couldn’t stick to it!

I don’t want my children to complain all the time, but we have the right to feel dissatisfied and express when something is not right for us, right?
I love to laugh, but I don’t laugh like a whale every day, because I have the right to be sad or worried.
I hope my kids tell the truth most of the time, but do they really need to tell Granny Jeanine that she stings and smells bad out of her mouth 😉…

Alright, you see the board?! So the rules, yes, but not if they force us to deny our emotions (who are there to allow us to grow), nor that it gives us the goal of being perfect…

The rules of the house are something else: they are a framework that allows us to live together, to set achievable and tangible objectives!

Co-construct the Rules of Life of the House

Who decides within the family?

In many families, the parents decide. Dad and Mom agree and impose (or propose according to temperament 😉) the framework for the whole family. OK, sometimes father and mother don’t really agree, but we act as if (and besides, children quickly understand who to turn to when the rules are not shared… Not stupid, the wasp! 😉) It can also happen that one or the other sets the tone, much like in the image of old-fashioned families where the patriarch decides everything. And then there is also the family of the child King, where the Cherub imposes the weekend program on those around him.

I don’t know about you, but it’s not always very easy toaccept rules that we did not choose ! Moreover, in a democracy, we vote for a president who will legislate according to the program on which he will have been chosen (there, we can discuss it, but that is not the purpose of this article 😅).

The family council, collectively decide on the rules

That’s why at home, we moved to the family council. The principle: we sit around the table and we decide together the rules of the week (more often 15 days) according to the “problems” or agenda. Everyone has the right to express themselves and it is incredibly interesting, enriching and sometimes disturbing to open up to their exchanges.

Me : “Okay, kids. I wanted to congratulate you because we were really good at achieving the objectives of the week: clearing the table, we won! Brushing teeth in rhythm and in the bathroom, it was almost nickel… On the other hand, we are not yet at the top on the shoe garage!

Isis (6 years old): Yes, I don’t know where to put them, I can’t get to the top of the closet! And I don’t understand why we say “no screen during the meal” and that it’s not for everyone?

Sid (16 year old teenager): Well, I would like us to discuss my outing with the friends again next weekend.

In short, everyone puts their ideas, their problems, their possible feelings of inconsistency and we discuss them! And it’s exciting, because when we talk about it calmly, it really EXPLAINS the benefits of periods, for example:

“Actually, I love to hug you or read you a story in the evening, but if I spend my time cleaning the table after dinner, you’re already almost asleep when I arrive. And that’s important, because you need sleep. Is it possible for everyone to clear their cutlery and 2-3 objects on the table so that we can spend more time together?”.

Besides, if you want to get lots of concrete tips to make the rules fun and help our children listen to us (without having to repeat things 100 times), leave us your email and receive the “YES DADDY” PACK for free , YES MOM”, all the keys to make them cooperate without shouting. 👉

So how do you make the House Rules work? Here are the principles that seem essential to me.

The key principles for shared rules of life

The principle of COHERENCE: the Rules of Life apply to everyone

There’s nothing more annoying than laws that only apply to some, right? Why is something true for one and not the other? Of course, this does not mean that the 16-year-old goes to bed at the same time as the 6-year-old, nor that the youngest will have her smartphone in kindergarten. However, why would dad (or mom, let’s be honest 😉) have the right to look at his phone during the meal when it’s forbidden for teenagers?

And why are Mom’s shoes lying in the middle of the living room when we’re supposed to put them away in the closet when we get home!

The advantage of displaying the rules is that they become tangible for everyone. And that’s where we realize that we’re not always so copies and consistent as we want to believe… (which my daughter loves to point out to us of course!)

The principle of SCALABILITY: the rules can change over time

And yes, we live in a dynamic world and our children are growing up. There are rules that are relevant at one time, and that have much less meaning a few months or years later. The family council makes it possible to realize when certain principles no longer make sense. Maybe at 10 years old, my son no longer has to go down the stairs on his buttocks, whereas at 3 years old, we were afraid that he would slip in his socks on the stairs… Maybe at 6 years old, the light is turned off at 9 p.m. and the teenager has free rein to experiment with his bedtime (we play the policeman less, and he learns to accept the consequences…).

The principle of FUN: should educating rhyme with imposing (or punishing)?

We agree, children need rules. But is it necessary to enforce them in pain, with pressure, tension and punishment? Or on the contrary, isn’t it more effective to implement them with joy and good humor? Don’t our children want to cooperate more when we do things while playing, with lightness?

  • To store shoes, if we make a magnificent cardboard garage for the hall cabinet, won’t that make people want to “park the sneakers” there more?
  • When it comes to cleanliness at the table, isn’t it better to risk being bitten by a crocodile if you forget the polite words (please, thank you)?
  • For the teenager who spends hours on snapchat, isn’t it better to send her a wink and offer to do something else rather than deprive her of her phone for the week?

All this to allow children to understand that the rules are no longer there to restrict freedom, but to promote living together! And what could be more empowering for a 6-year-old girl to feel that by putting her plate in the dishwasher, she has more time to tell mum about her day before going to sleep?

The principle of REWARD: let’s celebrate our successes together!

When you have a promotion at work, it’s party time 🥳! When you pass an exam, it’s champagne (with or without alcohol) 🥂! So why not treat yourself to a pancake evening to celebrate the end of the “fortnight of rules”? Or a Pizza-TV tray… Or a games evening (by the way, the board game Happy Week helped us a lot to get started on the application of the rules of the house in festive mode…).

The idea here is to have a good time with family and not to gratify everyone from a material point of view. Because when we feel “rewarded” for our efforts, it is not enough after a while, and we always need more to continue to invest ourselves (and without really feeling satisfaction).

A table of rules to print

There you go, you know everything about how to co-construct the rules to increase the chances of wanting to follow them! In addition, Charlotte offers us a great “Chart of the Rules of Life of MY (!) House” (printable for free). You have understood it well, it is not an all-filled table to have a well-formatted child because everyone’s rules are different…

On the other hand, this table of rules at home to print is pretty and fun, it offers us 4 blank boxes, to fill in with our children according to the rules retained for a time (one week, two weeks, one month)… And when they will be obsolete, we simply change it! 😉

A word of advice from my experience: focus on one task for up to a month and move on. If she hasn’t come home this time, it may be that something wasn’t ripe with our child and he needs a little time. We will come back to this in a few weeks or months. It’s more effective and motivating than obsessing over a “failure”.

Come on, good family advice with your darlings and happy “Table of Rules of Life for the house” ! 🤗

" } ["summary"]=> string(463) "“Put your shoes in Loulou’s entrance, please.” “Hey! Your shoes ?!” “No, we said no phone at the table!” “But are you kidding or what, how many times am I going to have to repeat this?!” Do you sometimes feel like a parrot? To have to constantly repeat things so that everyone takes the lead? ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(15804) "

“Put your shoes in Loulou’s entrance, please.” “Hey! Your shoes ?!” “No, we said no phone at the table!” “But are you kidding or what, how many times am I going to have to repeat this?!” Do you sometimes feel like a parrot? To have to constantly repeat things so that everyone takes the lead? Don’t worry, it’s normal, and yet, there is a solution that can make our daily life easier… Tadam… the Rules of Life at Home! To tell us about it, I leave the floor to my friend Caroline, mom of Isis (6 years old), Noah (10 years old), Sid (16 years old) and Céline (23 years old, mom and more at home 😅)!

Why Establish House Rules?

It is an established fact: rules are necessary for the functioning of a society. In education, the rules provide the framework, to live better with each other. However, not all families have the same requirements and it is important as parents to PRIORIZE!
Our educational principles must be prioritized, taught and explained, while keeping in mind that the child learns above all by IMITATION (💡 “Ahhh…but that’s why my kids drag their shoes…” 🤣). See also our other article on house rules.

Rules of life at home: why display them?

What ? House rules? I can already hear some object “yes, but no need to stick them in the fridge!” “No, but at home, the rules are inside”. “It’s okay, I’m not a bully, I’m not going to display the American-style DOs and DON’Ts…” Anyway, that’s what I thought to myself!

And yet, with 3 children at home, we tried it for a while, and I must say that we found our account! Why ?

Because I realized thatby displaying the rules, it allowed it to become TANGIBLE and above all REALISTIC… Because, clearly, when we have in mind the manual of etiquette and good manners, we quickly spend our day sending orders and injunctions to our toddler(s)… And according to the good old adage: TOO RULES KILLS RULES, I felt like I was never heard.

So displaying the house rules allows them to be clearly stated, so easy to remember for everyone, and especially for parents. We can thus concentrate our energy on 4 or 5 courses of action for a fortnight, and then change the rules!

In fact, it allows the child to internalize them step by step.

Rules, but not just any rules!

In shops or on Pinterest, there are plenty of magnificent paintings with “The rules of life in the house”… And we find all over the place: “Don’t complain / be happy every day / love each other / keep your head up high / laugh a lot / always tell the truth / forgive even if it’s hard / etc.”

WOW! THE PRESSURE OF OUCH! It’s clear that we can’t be against it… but I don’t know about you, I couldn’t stick to it!

I don’t want my children to complain all the time, but we have the right to feel dissatisfied and express when something is not right for us, right?
I love to laugh, but I don’t laugh like a whale every day, because I have the right to be sad or worried.
I hope my kids tell the truth most of the time, but do they really need to tell Granny Jeanine that she stings and smells bad out of her mouth 😉…

Alright, you see the board?! So the rules, yes, but not if they force us to deny our emotions (who are there to allow us to grow), nor that it gives us the goal of being perfect…

The rules of the house are something else: they are a framework that allows us to live together, to set achievable and tangible objectives!

Co-construct the Rules of Life of the House

Who decides within the family?

In many families, the parents decide. Dad and Mom agree and impose (or propose according to temperament 😉) the framework for the whole family. OK, sometimes father and mother don’t really agree, but we act as if (and besides, children quickly understand who to turn to when the rules are not shared… Not stupid, the wasp! 😉) It can also happen that one or the other sets the tone, much like in the image of old-fashioned families where the patriarch decides everything. And then there is also the family of the child King, where the Cherub imposes the weekend program on those around him.

I don’t know about you, but it’s not always very easy toaccept rules that we did not choose ! Moreover, in a democracy, we vote for a president who will legislate according to the program on which he will have been chosen (there, we can discuss it, but that is not the purpose of this article 😅).

The family council, collectively decide on the rules

That’s why at home, we moved to the family council. The principle: we sit around the table and we decide together the rules of the week (more often 15 days) according to the “problems” or agenda. Everyone has the right to express themselves and it is incredibly interesting, enriching and sometimes disturbing to open up to their exchanges.

Me : “Okay, kids. I wanted to congratulate you because we were really good at achieving the objectives of the week: clearing the table, we won! Brushing teeth in rhythm and in the bathroom, it was almost nickel… On the other hand, we are not yet at the top on the shoe garage!

Isis (6 years old): Yes, I don’t know where to put them, I can’t get to the top of the closet! And I don’t understand why we say “no screen during the meal” and that it’s not for everyone?

Sid (16 year old teenager): Well, I would like us to discuss my outing with the friends again next weekend.

In short, everyone puts their ideas, their problems, their possible feelings of inconsistency and we discuss them! And it’s exciting, because when we talk about it calmly, it really EXPLAINS the benefits of periods, for example:

“Actually, I love to hug you or read you a story in the evening, but if I spend my time cleaning the table after dinner, you’re already almost asleep when I arrive. And that’s important, because you need sleep. Is it possible for everyone to clear their cutlery and 2-3 objects on the table so that we can spend more time together?”.

Besides, if you want to get lots of concrete tips to make the rules fun and help our children listen to us (without having to repeat things 100 times), leave us your email and receive the “YES DADDY” PACK for free , YES MOM”, all the keys to make them cooperate without shouting. 👉

So how do you make the House Rules work? Here are the principles that seem essential to me.

The key principles for shared rules of life

The principle of COHERENCE: the Rules of Life apply to everyone

There’s nothing more annoying than laws that only apply to some, right? Why is something true for one and not the other? Of course, this does not mean that the 16-year-old goes to bed at the same time as the 6-year-old, nor that the youngest will have her smartphone in kindergarten. However, why would dad (or mom, let’s be honest 😉) have the right to look at his phone during the meal when it’s forbidden for teenagers?

And why are Mom’s shoes lying in the middle of the living room when we’re supposed to put them away in the closet when we get home!

The advantage of displaying the rules is that they become tangible for everyone. And that’s where we realize that we’re not always so copies and consistent as we want to believe… (which my daughter loves to point out to us of course!)

The principle of SCALABILITY: the rules can change over time

And yes, we live in a dynamic world and our children are growing up. There are rules that are relevant at one time, and that have much less meaning a few months or years later. The family council makes it possible to realize when certain principles no longer make sense. Maybe at 10 years old, my son no longer has to go down the stairs on his buttocks, whereas at 3 years old, we were afraid that he would slip in his socks on the stairs… Maybe at 6 years old, the light is turned off at 9 p.m. and the teenager has free rein to experiment with his bedtime (we play the policeman less, and he learns to accept the consequences…).

The principle of FUN: should educating rhyme with imposing (or punishing)?

We agree, children need rules. But is it necessary to enforce them in pain, with pressure, tension and punishment? Or on the contrary, isn’t it more effective to implement them with joy and good humor? Don’t our children want to cooperate more when we do things while playing, with lightness?

  • To store shoes, if we make a magnificent cardboard garage for the hall cabinet, won’t that make people want to “park the sneakers” there more?
  • When it comes to cleanliness at the table, isn’t it better to risk being bitten by a crocodile if you forget the polite words (please, thank you)?
  • For the teenager who spends hours on snapchat, isn’t it better to send her a wink and offer to do something else rather than deprive her of her phone for the week?

All this to allow children to understand that the rules are no longer there to restrict freedom, but to promote living together! And what could be more empowering for a 6-year-old girl to feel that by putting her plate in the dishwasher, she has more time to tell mum about her day before going to sleep?

The principle of REWARD: let’s celebrate our successes together!

When you have a promotion at work, it’s party time 🥳! When you pass an exam, it’s champagne (with or without alcohol) 🥂! So why not treat yourself to a pancake evening to celebrate the end of the “fortnight of rules”? Or a Pizza-TV tray… Or a games evening (by the way, the board game Happy Week helped us a lot to get started on the application of the rules of the house in festive mode…).

The idea here is to have a good time with family and not to gratify everyone from a material point of view. Because when we feel “rewarded” for our efforts, it is not enough after a while, and we always need more to continue to invest ourselves (and without really feeling satisfaction).

A table of rules to print

There you go, you know everything about how to co-construct the rules to increase the chances of wanting to follow them! In addition, Charlotte offers us a great “Chart of the Rules of Life of MY (!) House” (printable for free). You have understood it well, it is not an all-filled table to have a well-formatted child because everyone’s rules are different…

On the other hand, this table of rules at home to print is pretty and fun, it offers us 4 blank boxes, to fill in with our children according to the rules retained for a time (one week, two weeks, one month)… And when they will be obsolete, we simply change it! 😉

A word of advice from my experience: focus on one task for up to a month and move on. If she hasn’t come home this time, it may be that something wasn’t ripe with our child and he needs a little time. We will come back to this in a few weeks or months. It’s more effective and motivating than obsessing over a “failure”.

Come on, good family advice with your darlings and happy “Table of Rules of Life for the house” ! 🤗

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1644212326) } [7]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(105) "‘Higher raw material price, lower production’ – 2022 will not be good for the farmer, says the bank" ["link"]=> string(122) "https://movs.world/magazine/higher-raw-material-price-lower-production-2022-will-not-be-good-for-the-farmer-says-the-bank/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 05 Feb 2022 23:28:40 +0000" ["category"]=> string(54) "MagazineBankFarmerGoodhighermaterialpriceproductionRaw" ["guid"]=> string(122) "https://movs.world/magazine/higher-raw-material-price-lower-production-2022-will-not-be-good-for-the-farmer-says-the-bank/" ["description"]=> string(778) "In many cases, the higher costs have negative consequences for the production volumes and the margins of agricultural entrepreneurs. Gas and electricity prices have been extremely high for some time as a result of shortages. Both the European Union (EU) and China are facing gas shortages, causing countries to outbid each other. How gas prices ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(6441) "

In many cases, the higher costs have negative consequences for the production volumes and the margins of agricultural entrepreneurs.

Gas and electricity prices have been extremely high for some time as a result of shortages. Both the European Union (EU) and China are facing gas shortages, causing countries to outbid each other. How gas prices will develop in the coming period will depend on the weather conditions and the tense geopolitical situation around Russia and Ukraine. But even without escalation, the tightness will drive higher energy prices throughout 2022.

Production in floriculture will probably fall by 5%; for greenhouse vegetables the decrease will be greater

The higher energy prices are forcing some of the greenhouse growers to adjust their cultivation strategy. Greenhouse horticulturists who have not or only partially purchased their energy needs in advance will take a critical look at their business operations. Some will choose to save energy by lighting and heating the greenhouses less. This leads to lower production volumes. ABN AMRO expects a 5 percent decline in the volumes in floriculture, while the decline will be greater for greenhouse vegetables.

Higher gas prices also cause fertilizer prices to rise. Relatively much gas is required for the production of fertilizer. The average selling price of fertilizers from the Dutch industry increased by approximately 50 percent in 2021 and even doubled in November 2021. Higher gas prices and the continuing demand for fertilizer will ensure that the fertilizer price will remain at a relatively high level in 2022. Demand is mainly driven by the fact that farmers worldwide can get more money for crops such as soy, maize and wheat. They therefore want to continue producing and need fertilizer for this.

The higher fertilizer prices affect Dutch arable farmers and greenhouse growers. These entrepreneurs therefore look more carefully than usual at the use of these means of production. In some cases, it is possible to opt for animal manure, which increases the demand for it. This is beneficial for animal manure processors and livestock farming.

The high fertilizer prices lead to more use of animal manure. Livestock farmers benefit from this

Pig farmers and dairy farmers, among others, pay for the collection of the manure. Now that demand is high, these collection costs are lower. The lower collection costs are favorable for livestock farmers, because other costs are actually very high.

The selling prices of the Dutch animal feed industry have increased by approximately 15 percent in 2021. Things went fast, especially in the second half of 2021. The animal feed costs represent on average between 60 and 70 percent of the total costs and therefore determine to a large extent the margins of the livestock farmers. ABN AMRO expects animal feed costs to remain high for part of 2022 due to a shortage of specific animal feed raw materials and the relatively high price of grains and soy. Transport costs, adverse weather conditions, labor shortages and high fertilizer prices are putting upward pressure on grain prices.

selling prices

Energy, fertilizers and animal feed are important cost items for agriculture and horticulture and will determine the margins in agriculture and horticulture in 2022. In addition, there are also other shortages that drive up the costs for agricultural entrepreneurs. There is also a scarcity of packaging materials and labour. The latter in particular is increasingly a problem for entrepreneurs.

With a multitude of inputs becoming more expensive, higher output prices for farmers and horticulturists would make sense. However, that is not always the case

Higher prices

With a multitude of inputs becoming more expensive, higher output prices for farmers and horticulturists would make sense. However, that is not always the case. For example, the price of piglets and finishing pigs is very low and the price of eggs in 2021 did not rise enough to compensate for the higher costs. In 2021, this also meant a lower income for entrepreneurs in these two subsectors. For dairy farmers, a higher price could compensate for the higher feed costs. The income of dairy farmers also increased. Due to persistently high demand, the prices for ornamental horticultural products and greenhouse vegetables are also considerably higher. Inflationary pressures are important for the demand for ornamental horticultural products and foodstuffs, which could reduce the purchasing power of consumers in 2022.

Brexit
In July, the phytosanitary certificates and veterinary health certificates at the British border will become mandatory. As of that date, physical checks will also take place at the border with the United Kingdom. This demand has already been postponed a number of times, but it seems that it will actually happen in July. The enormous amount of goods involved here will put a lot of pressure on customs at the British border. In addition, the processes of companies must also be adjusted, because from that date they should also have their own company controls in order. Brexit has already had an effect on the Dutch export value of foodstuffs to that country. After a 4 percent decline in 2020, the export value fell further in 2021 by approximately 6 percent. And that while the value of food exports to other countries actually increased by an estimated 5 percent.

volumes prognose

Read the report ‘Higher costs limit production in agriculture and horticulture’ here.

" } ["summary"]=> string(778) "In many cases, the higher costs have negative consequences for the production volumes and the margins of agricultural entrepreneurs. Gas and electricity prices have been extremely high for some time as a result of shortages. Both the European Union (EU) and China are facing gas shortages, causing countries to outbid each other. How gas prices ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(6441) "

In many cases, the higher costs have negative consequences for the production volumes and the margins of agricultural entrepreneurs.

Gas and electricity prices have been extremely high for some time as a result of shortages. Both the European Union (EU) and China are facing gas shortages, causing countries to outbid each other. How gas prices will develop in the coming period will depend on the weather conditions and the tense geopolitical situation around Russia and Ukraine. But even without escalation, the tightness will drive higher energy prices throughout 2022.

Production in floriculture will probably fall by 5%; for greenhouse vegetables the decrease will be greater

The higher energy prices are forcing some of the greenhouse growers to adjust their cultivation strategy. Greenhouse horticulturists who have not or only partially purchased their energy needs in advance will take a critical look at their business operations. Some will choose to save energy by lighting and heating the greenhouses less. This leads to lower production volumes. ABN AMRO expects a 5 percent decline in the volumes in floriculture, while the decline will be greater for greenhouse vegetables.

Higher gas prices also cause fertilizer prices to rise. Relatively much gas is required for the production of fertilizer. The average selling price of fertilizers from the Dutch industry increased by approximately 50 percent in 2021 and even doubled in November 2021. Higher gas prices and the continuing demand for fertilizer will ensure that the fertilizer price will remain at a relatively high level in 2022. Demand is mainly driven by the fact that farmers worldwide can get more money for crops such as soy, maize and wheat. They therefore want to continue producing and need fertilizer for this.

The higher fertilizer prices affect Dutch arable farmers and greenhouse growers. These entrepreneurs therefore look more carefully than usual at the use of these means of production. In some cases, it is possible to opt for animal manure, which increases the demand for it. This is beneficial for animal manure processors and livestock farming.

The high fertilizer prices lead to more use of animal manure. Livestock farmers benefit from this

Pig farmers and dairy farmers, among others, pay for the collection of the manure. Now that demand is high, these collection costs are lower. The lower collection costs are favorable for livestock farmers, because other costs are actually very high.

The selling prices of the Dutch animal feed industry have increased by approximately 15 percent in 2021. Things went fast, especially in the second half of 2021. The animal feed costs represent on average between 60 and 70 percent of the total costs and therefore determine to a large extent the margins of the livestock farmers. ABN AMRO expects animal feed costs to remain high for part of 2022 due to a shortage of specific animal feed raw materials and the relatively high price of grains and soy. Transport costs, adverse weather conditions, labor shortages and high fertilizer prices are putting upward pressure on grain prices.

selling prices

Energy, fertilizers and animal feed are important cost items for agriculture and horticulture and will determine the margins in agriculture and horticulture in 2022. In addition, there are also other shortages that drive up the costs for agricultural entrepreneurs. There is also a scarcity of packaging materials and labour. The latter in particular is increasingly a problem for entrepreneurs.

With a multitude of inputs becoming more expensive, higher output prices for farmers and horticulturists would make sense. However, that is not always the case

Higher prices

With a multitude of inputs becoming more expensive, higher output prices for farmers and horticulturists would make sense. However, that is not always the case. For example, the price of piglets and finishing pigs is very low and the price of eggs in 2021 did not rise enough to compensate for the higher costs. In 2021, this also meant a lower income for entrepreneurs in these two subsectors. For dairy farmers, a higher price could compensate for the higher feed costs. The income of dairy farmers also increased. Due to persistently high demand, the prices for ornamental horticultural products and greenhouse vegetables are also considerably higher. Inflationary pressures are important for the demand for ornamental horticultural products and foodstuffs, which could reduce the purchasing power of consumers in 2022.

Brexit
In July, the phytosanitary certificates and veterinary health certificates at the British border will become mandatory. As of that date, physical checks will also take place at the border with the United Kingdom. This demand has already been postponed a number of times, but it seems that it will actually happen in July. The enormous amount of goods involved here will put a lot of pressure on customs at the British border. In addition, the processes of companies must also be adjusted, because from that date they should also have their own company controls in order. Brexit has already had an effect on the Dutch export value of foodstuffs to that country. After a 4 percent decline in 2020, the export value fell further in 2021 by approximately 6 percent. And that while the value of food exports to other countries actually increased by an estimated 5 percent.

volumes prognose

Read the report ‘Higher costs limit production in agriculture and horticulture’ here.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1644103720) } [8]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(97) "“Later, I imagine myself in Las Vegas, in a rotten bar, with a toupee and a wired microphone”" ["link"]=> string(117) "https://movs.world/magazine/later-i-imagine-myself-in-las-vegas-in-a-rotten-bar-with-a-toupee-and-a-wired-microphone/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Sat, 05 Feb 2022 02:20:42 +0000" ["category"]=> string(53) "MagazinebarimaginelasmicrophoneRottentoupeeVegaswired" ["guid"]=> string(117) "https://movs.world/magazine/later-i-imagine-myself-in-las-vegas-in-a-rotten-bar-with-a-toupee-and-a-wired-microphone/" ["description"]=> string(699) "Nikos Aliagas at the bar of the Les Jardins du Faubourg hotel in Paris on January 27, 2022. BAUDOUIN FOR “THE WORLD” Some posing sessions turn into endless nightmares. But that Thursday, when Nikos Aliagas arrives at the bar of the Jardins du faubourg, a hotel near the Elysée where he has his habits, the ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4630) "

Some posing sessions turn into endless nightmares. But that Thursday, when Nikos Aliagas arrives at the bar of the Jardins du faubourg, a hotel near the Elysée where he has his habits, the host of TF1 is all smiles. Delighted to discuss technique with the photographer, he who, for several years, has not let go of his camera. Happy to catch the eye, even if he has to slip between two sofas and flash a smile in an anything but natural posture, a glass of royal spritz in his hand. He discovered this cocktail last summer in Greece, with his 80-year-old aunt, Eleftheria. And now, to imitate him, he takes on the rocky accent of an old Greek lady: “Come and have an aperitif with your aunt!” » As the flash crackles, it tenderly evokes this woman of whom it is the spitting image. “In Greek, we say: “I spat in his mouth”. » His voice sings.

All Nikos Aliagas is there. Flirty. Spicy and sweet at the same time. Greek and French. In front of the goal in the afternoon, behind an hour later. Always between two cultures and two postures. That of the journalist or photographer curious about others, that of the showman at the center of all attention. These days, it is the second facet that dominates. Not only is TF1 starting the new season of “The Voice”, of which he is the main organizer for the 11e consecutive year, while continuing to broadcast its people show “50’inside”. But the TF1 group also devotes a ninety-minute documentary to its 52-year-old star, in prime time on TMC, on February 9.

“At the start of the shows, I hear the countdown in the headset, and I often wonder: ‘Am I in my place?’ »

Some will see it as a labor medal awarded by a satisfied employer to one of his best workers for his twenty years in the house. Others have a video CV, a way for the young 50-year-old to showcase his range of skills. “As I come from nowhere, I thought that my path could inspire kids, evacuate the person concerned. As for knowing what I will do tomorrow, I don’t know. I never had a career plan. I have often accepted projects that everyone advised me against, such as “Star Ac”. And even today, I have impostor syndrome. At the start of the shows, I hear the countdown in the headset, and I often wonder: “Am I in my place?” »

Sword of Damocles

Imposter, him? No doubt we have to go back to its very beginnings. In 1969, the doctors did not give much of this newborn suffering from a malformation of the duodenum. A daring operation is attempted, but the parents, two Greeks who met in Paris in May 1968, are warned: the chances of survival are minimal. The infant remains three months in the hospital. He gets away with recurring stomach aches. “Five or six years ago, I met the surgeon who operated on me,” he says. She couldn’t believe it: “But how do you live? » Holy question! ” As I can “, replies Nikos Aliagas. “Obviously, all this has passed into my unconscious, he analyzes now, sitting in the dark of the bar, the flash off. For my parents, every extra day was a day gained. This sword of Damocles explains why I was hatched, overprotected, and also my desire to live at top speed. Life is too short to ask questions. » He sinks a little deeper into the sofa: “Basically, I spent my life trying to survive. »

You have 56.82% of this article left to read. The following is for subscribers only.

" } ["summary"]=> string(699) "Nikos Aliagas at the bar of the Les Jardins du Faubourg hotel in Paris on January 27, 2022. BAUDOUIN FOR “THE WORLD” Some posing sessions turn into endless nightmares. But that Thursday, when Nikos Aliagas arrives at the bar of the Jardins du faubourg, a hotel near the Elysée where he has his habits, the ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4630) "

Some posing sessions turn into endless nightmares. But that Thursday, when Nikos Aliagas arrives at the bar of the Jardins du faubourg, a hotel near the Elysée where he has his habits, the host of TF1 is all smiles. Delighted to discuss technique with the photographer, he who, for several years, has not let go of his camera. Happy to catch the eye, even if he has to slip between two sofas and flash a smile in an anything but natural posture, a glass of royal spritz in his hand. He discovered this cocktail last summer in Greece, with his 80-year-old aunt, Eleftheria. And now, to imitate him, he takes on the rocky accent of an old Greek lady: “Come and have an aperitif with your aunt!” » As the flash crackles, it tenderly evokes this woman of whom it is the spitting image. “In Greek, we say: “I spat in his mouth”. » His voice sings.

All Nikos Aliagas is there. Flirty. Spicy and sweet at the same time. Greek and French. In front of the goal in the afternoon, behind an hour later. Always between two cultures and two postures. That of the journalist or photographer curious about others, that of the showman at the center of all attention. These days, it is the second facet that dominates. Not only is TF1 starting the new season of “The Voice”, of which he is the main organizer for the 11e consecutive year, while continuing to broadcast its people show “50’inside”. But the TF1 group also devotes a ninety-minute documentary to its 52-year-old star, in prime time on TMC, on February 9.

“At the start of the shows, I hear the countdown in the headset, and I often wonder: ‘Am I in my place?’ »

Some will see it as a labor medal awarded by a satisfied employer to one of his best workers for his twenty years in the house. Others have a video CV, a way for the young 50-year-old to showcase his range of skills. “As I come from nowhere, I thought that my path could inspire kids, evacuate the person concerned. As for knowing what I will do tomorrow, I don’t know. I never had a career plan. I have often accepted projects that everyone advised me against, such as “Star Ac”. And even today, I have impostor syndrome. At the start of the shows, I hear the countdown in the headset, and I often wonder: “Am I in my place?” »

Sword of Damocles

Imposter, him? No doubt we have to go back to its very beginnings. In 1969, the doctors did not give much of this newborn suffering from a malformation of the duodenum. A daring operation is attempted, but the parents, two Greeks who met in Paris in May 1968, are warned: the chances of survival are minimal. The infant remains three months in the hospital. He gets away with recurring stomach aches. “Five or six years ago, I met the surgeon who operated on me,” he says. She couldn’t believe it: “But how do you live? » Holy question! ” As I can “, replies Nikos Aliagas. “Obviously, all this has passed into my unconscious, he analyzes now, sitting in the dark of the bar, the flash off. For my parents, every extra day was a day gained. This sword of Damocles explains why I was hatched, overprotected, and also my desire to live at top speed. Life is too short to ask questions. » He sinks a little deeper into the sofa: “Basically, I spent my life trying to survive. »

You have 56.82% of this article left to read. The following is for subscribers only.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1644027642) } [9]=> array(11) { ["title"]=> string(107) "Efteling does not have to close – Closure of amusement park due to missing nature permit can be prevented" ["link"]=> string(132) "https://movs.world/magazine/efteling-does-not-have-to-close-closure-of-amusement-park-due-to-missing-nature-permit-can-be-prevented/" ["dc"]=> array(1) { ["creator"]=> string(11) "Susan Hally" } ["pubdate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 01 Feb 2022 19:54:51 +0000" ["category"]=> string(72) "MagazineamusementCloseclosureDueEftelingmissingnatureParkpermitprevented" ["guid"]=> string(132) "https://movs.world/magazine/efteling-does-not-have-to-close-closure-of-amusement-park-due-to-missing-nature-permit-can-be-prevented/" ["description"]=> string(751) "People living near the Efteling who are tired of the traffic – which they can do nothing about and are not to blame – can call on their only rescue by relying on increasing nitrogen deposition. They have done so following the processes that MOB initiates against companies and often wins. The judge ruled in ... Read more" ["content"]=> array(1) { ["encoded"]=> string(4084) "

People living near the Efteling who are tired of the traffic – which they can do nothing about and are not to blame – can call on their only rescue by relying on increasing nitrogen deposition. They have done so following the processes that MOB initiates against companies and often wins. The judge ruled in their favor: after the 5 millionth visitor, the amusement park must close because even more traffic harms nature.

In the case of the Efteling, this concerns the settling (‘deposition’) of emitted nitrogen on the habitat types that occur in the Loonse and Drunense dunes. So let’s take a look at the extent to which years of nitrogen deposition have affected the quality of the most nitrogen-sensitive habitat types in the area. In the table below I have shown the differences in quality (conservation status) in 2004 and 2018 of the three most nitrogen-sensitive types that cover a considerable surface in the area. The average modeled but not actually determined nitrogen deposition in the area, according to the official PAS document of the area, is 1471 mol/ha.yr. The deposition is almost equal to the national average for Natura 2000 areas.

All three were in an excellent state of conservation at the baseline measurement when the Natura2000 areas were established, the coding for this on the (mandatory) European Standard Data Form (SDF) was the letter A. This qualification is shown in 2018, with the update of the SDF, only changed for the drifting sands type, which appears to have fallen from an excellent condition to the lowest rating: moderate – poor (code C).

This is difficult to understand because the ‘Weak-buffered fens’ type is still in an excellent state of conservation, while its critical deposition value (KDW) is exceeded even more than in the case of drifting sands.

Besides nitrogen, there are many factors that can determine the quality of a habitat type. Think of the way of management, (changing) water management and (changing and more intensive) recreational use

This observation indicates that the quality of the most nitrogen-sensitive habitat types cannot be explained by the calculated nitrogen deposition. I understand that we have come to think that conservation is all about reducing nitrogen emissions. But that premise can turn out to be wrong. Besides nitrogen, there are many factors that can determine the quality of a habitat type. Think of the way of management, (changing) water management and (changing and more intensive) recreational use. It is a pity that such factors are not looked at critically enough, while there are really good reasons for this.

I am curious whether the province of Noord-Brabant will take the above fact into consideration when revising the permit for the Efteling. I advise the court that will undoubtedly have to rule on it: read carefully the Sweetman judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union because it takes precedence over Dutch law. The only assessment that must be performed for the area with regard to “plans or projects” concerns the “natural features” for which the area has been selected under Natura2000 (the crested newt habitat and the drift sands habitat type). This means that the unnecessary additional requirements that our legislator states that the “appropriate assessment” of potentially significant negative effects can be omitted. The 8 habitat types that occur in the area in addition to drifting sands do not need to be considered in an appropriate assessment. Solving the nitrogen crisis in Kaatsheuvel does not have to be more complicated. Lotje can go to Holle Bolle Gijs again.

" } ["summary"]=> string(751) "People living near the Efteling who are tired of the traffic – which they can do nothing about and are not to blame – can call on their only rescue by relying on increasing nitrogen deposition. They have done so following the processes that MOB initiates against companies and often wins. The judge ruled in ... Read more" ["atom_content"]=> string(4084) "

People living near the Efteling who are tired of the traffic – which they can do nothing about and are not to blame – can call on their only rescue by relying on increasing nitrogen deposition. They have done so following the processes that MOB initiates against companies and often wins. The judge ruled in their favor: after the 5 millionth visitor, the amusement park must close because even more traffic harms nature.

In the case of the Efteling, this concerns the settling (‘deposition’) of emitted nitrogen on the habitat types that occur in the Loonse and Drunense dunes. So let’s take a look at the extent to which years of nitrogen deposition have affected the quality of the most nitrogen-sensitive habitat types in the area. In the table below I have shown the differences in quality (conservation status) in 2004 and 2018 of the three most nitrogen-sensitive types that cover a considerable surface in the area. The average modeled but not actually determined nitrogen deposition in the area, according to the official PAS document of the area, is 1471 mol/ha.yr. The deposition is almost equal to the national average for Natura 2000 areas.

All three were in an excellent state of conservation at the baseline measurement when the Natura2000 areas were established, the coding for this on the (mandatory) European Standard Data Form (SDF) was the letter A. This qualification is shown in 2018, with the update of the SDF, only changed for the drifting sands type, which appears to have fallen from an excellent condition to the lowest rating: moderate – poor (code C).

This is difficult to understand because the ‘Weak-buffered fens’ type is still in an excellent state of conservation, while its critical deposition value (KDW) is exceeded even more than in the case of drifting sands.

Besides nitrogen, there are many factors that can determine the quality of a habitat type. Think of the way of management, (changing) water management and (changing and more intensive) recreational use

This observation indicates that the quality of the most nitrogen-sensitive habitat types cannot be explained by the calculated nitrogen deposition. I understand that we have come to think that conservation is all about reducing nitrogen emissions. But that premise can turn out to be wrong. Besides nitrogen, there are many factors that can determine the quality of a habitat type. Think of the way of management, (changing) water management and (changing and more intensive) recreational use. It is a pity that such factors are not looked at critically enough, while there are really good reasons for this.

I am curious whether the province of Noord-Brabant will take the above fact into consideration when revising the permit for the Efteling. I advise the court that will undoubtedly have to rule on it: read carefully the Sweetman judgment of the Court of Justice of the European Union because it takes precedence over Dutch law. The only assessment that must be performed for the area with regard to “plans or projects” concerns the “natural features” for which the area has been selected under Natura2000 (the crested newt habitat and the drift sands habitat type). This means that the unnecessary additional requirements that our legislator states that the “appropriate assessment” of potentially significant negative effects can be omitted. The 8 habitat types that occur in the area in addition to drifting sands do not need to be considered in an appropriate assessment. Solving the nitrogen crisis in Kaatsheuvel does not have to be more complicated. Lotje can go to Holle Bolle Gijs again.

" ["date_timestamp"]=> int(1643745291) } } ["channel"]=> array(7) { ["title"]=> string(23) "Magazine – Movs.World" ["link"]=> string(18) "https://movs.world" ["lastbuilddate"]=> string(31) "Tue, 17 May 2022 16:40:10 +0000" ["language"]=> string(5) "en-US" ["sy"]=> array(2) { ["updateperiod"]=> string(9) " hourly " ["updatefrequency"]=> string(4) " 1 " } ["generator"]=> string(30) "https://wordpress.org/?v=5.9.3" ["tagline"]=> NULL } ["textinput"]=> array(0) { } ["image"]=> array(5) { ["url"]=> string(76) "https://movs.world/wp-content/uploads/2021/05/cropped-fuzzyskunk-150x150.png" ["title"]=> string(23) "Magazine – Movs.World" ["link"]=> string(18) "https://movs.world" ["width"]=> string(2) "32" ["height"]=> string(2) "32" } ["feed_type"]=> string(3) "RSS" ["feed_version"]=> string(3) "2.0" ["encoding"]=> string(5) "UTF-8" ["_source_encoding"]=> string(0) "" ["ERROR"]=> string(0) "" ["WARNING"]=> string(0) "" ["_CONTENT_CONSTRUCTS"]=> array(6) { [0]=> string(7) "content" [1]=> string(7) "summary" [2]=> string(4) "info" [3]=> string(5) "title" [4]=> string(7) "tagline" [5]=> string(9) "copyright" } ["_KNOWN_ENCODINGS"]=> array(3) { [0]=> string(5) "UTF-8" [1]=> string(8) "US-ASCII" [2]=> string(10) "ISO-8859-1" } ["stack"]=> array(0) { } ["inchannel"]=> bool(false) ["initem"]=> bool(false) ["incontent"]=> bool(false) ["intextinput"]=> bool(false) ["inimage"]=> bool(false) ["current_namespace"]=> bool(false) }