Robotic Bartender shakes things up at this bar in Germany

Robotic technology has made great strides. Several industries use robots to perform a number of tasks. In a new development, a robot in Munich is now able to create cocktails according to customer orders. The innovation in Sausalitos bars in southern Germany is quite unique. The two-armed robot is responsible …

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Works by female Old Masters, including a rare rediscovered talent, will take center stage at TEFAF Maastricht this weekend

In recent years, the once obscure Baroque painter Artemisia Gentileschi has become a widely celebrated household name. The artist has been the subject of recent high profile exhibitions at the National Gallery in London and the Wadsworth Atheneum in Connecticut. Earlier this year, a new biography of his life has …

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Web Exclusive: Indiana’s historic courthouses come to life through a photographer’s lens

Tippecanoe County Courthouse (photo by Joey Lax-Salinas) On a sunny day with white puffs across the sky, Joey Lax-Salinas framed his camera lens directly on the glittering glass of the new Marion County Courthouse. After wandering around the towering structure for over an hour, he heard the shutter click lightly …

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Teen artist one of many beautifying Murphysboro with large murals

MURPHYSBORO, Ill. (KFVS) – Artists are beautifying the town of Murphysboro by painting large murals. Currently, there are two murals in the works in the heart of the city where passers-by will be able to see them for decades. One such artist is 15-year-old Maddie Deiters. She also painted large …

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DVIDS – News – Oklahoma National Guard soldiers train with Fort Sill Garrison

FORT SILL, Oklahoma (June 15, 2022) Thirty-one Oklahoma National Guard Soldiers with the 745th Military Police Detachment are spending their annual training (AT) at Fort Sill to earn their MP certifications. They perform all the duties of a deputy and work side-by-side with Army and Department of the Army civilian …

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Joss’ Summer Camp Schedule – TulsaKids Magazine

How do you decide which summer camps to send your child to? Do you try to pick a variety or stick to one or two camps throughout the summer so they have some consistency? Or something else? Last summer was Joss’ first summer going to camps. Before that, I had …

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A photographer captures a strange blue spiral of light in the night sky

A strange blue spiral of light, captured on camera in the night sky? As much as we’d like it to be, we now know they’re not aliens (they’re never aliens, okay?). But little green men aside, the phenomenon captured over Rakiura (or Stewart Island) in New Zealand by stargazing guide …

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Spokane Artist Chris Bovey Brings Vintage Print to Garland District

After years of selling prints online, at local stores like Atticus Coffee & Gifts, and curating pop-up shops in the Interior Northwest, Chris Bovey is bringing Vintage Print to the Garland District. Making the leap from online sales to brick-and-mortar stores at a time when brick-and-mortar stores are closing left …

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An ode to Paul McCartney, for his 80th birthday

“Mull of Kintyre, my desire is always to be here” Sat, Jun 18, 2022 6:11 PM Last updated on: Sat, Jun 18, 2022 6:49 PM Design: KAZI AKIB BIN ASAD “> Design: KAZI AKIB BIN ASAD PART I: When I’m 64 Paul McCartney was approaching the age of 14 in …

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Metro Gallery will feature Sandhills photography by Christensen | neighborhood supplement

SUBMITTED BY LINDA STEPHEN for Neighborhood Extra In July, Metro Gallery, 1316 N St, will present a solo exhibition by award-winning fine art photographer Jan Christensen. The opening reception for “Sand and Sky” will be Friday, July 1 from 3-7 p.m. with music by Tony Church from 5-7 p.m. “Heaven …

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Winchester community helps turn cabin into art studio for young artist with cystic fibrosis

Kayla Blair hopes to become an artist one day and sells personalized notebooks in the meantime. Now her community has rallied behind her to give her a new art studio. WINCHESTER, KY (WTVQ) – A Winchester teenager with cystic fibrosis has made art her outlet and escape and even built …

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Friends with Benefits: Erik Kluever at The Venetian in Las Vegas

Erik Kluever, head bartender at Delmonico Steakhouse at the Venetian, fills the conversation with thoughtful information about the bartender and the restaurant. (I guess his UNLV studies in literature, psychology and philosophy weigh heavily.) Kluever became a bartender in 2015 due to his love for spirits. He rose through the …

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Putin and Zelensky kiss passionately in pride Poster

An Italian street artist displayed a poster depicting Ukrainian President Volodymyr Zelensky and Russian President Vladimir Putin kissing days before an LGBTQ pride parade. Street artist Andrea Villa hung a large poster of Putin and Zelensky kissing at the edge of a Turin city street on Wednesday, three days before …

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Thousands of Bay Area bartenders set to complete new statewide training by Aug. 31

Hundreds of thousands of bartenders, servers and service industry managers across California are racing towards a deadline to complete a new mandatory statewide training program. On July 1, Assembly Bill 1221, or the Responsible Beverage Service Training Act goes into effect, requiring anyone who serves alcohol or prepares drinks — …

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‘We Women’ Photo Exhibit on Bloomingdale’s Trail Highlights Non-Binary Women and Photographers

LOGAN SQUARE — The challenges facing black pregnant women in Alabama, the plight of people in Southwest Alaska — one of the first areas in the country to experience relocation due to the climate crisis — and the effects of segregation in Chicago are just some of the issues explored …

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Afghan artist Hangama Amari aims to paint a different picture – CBS Denver

By Gabrielle Cox DENVER (CBS4)– An artist featured at the Denver Art Museum wants to paint a different picture of her native Afghanistan. Hangama Amari is the first living Afghan artist to have her work showcased. (credit: CBS) Amari creates art with textiles. Her images are bright and colorful, reflecting …

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Louis Makepeace is cooking up a storm on BBC Three’s Hungry For It with Big Zuu and Stacey Dooley

A young chef cooks up a storm in BBC Three’s cooking show directed by Big Zuu and Stacey Dooley. Louis Makepeace is a contestant on Hungry For It and so far the Worcester bartender is one of the favorites in the competition. He impressed the judges for the second week …

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Featured photographer makes his mark in iRacing Global MX-5 sim racing – www.elizabethton.com

The iRacing Global MX-5 Series season recently wrapped up with a local man from Elizabethton finishing #1 in North America and #10 overall in the world. Brandon Hyde ended the grueling 12-week streak and finished with points ahead of runners in every country except Brazil, Italy, Australia and the Benelux …

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Cbabi Bayoc helps Emil Frei revisit stained glass

A college town church is changing the way biblical characters are depicted in stained glass. Mike Angell, pastor of Holy Communion Episcopal Church, felt there were too many images of white Jesus in his church for a 40 percent black congregation. The integrated church in the 1960s. “But we didn’t …

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CMA Fest reaches finale highlighted by new stars, classic vibes and a bright future

The 49th Country Music Association (CMA) Festival opened three days ago in a bold attempt to declare country music open again as a community experience. The event also wanted to celebrate how the genre had finally adapted to match the social evolution of post-COVID America. It took 72 hours for …

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Lauren Carrera: Beyond Victoriana

“Butt-erflies” and Armchairs, Expeditions and Wunderkabinetts: Lauren Carrera’s “Museo du Profundo Mundo” at the Newport Visual Arts Center. Photo: Colin M Park In a world increasingly divided into smaller and smaller specialties and sub-specialties, artist Lauren Carrera has established an equal and opposite approach to life. Enter one of his …

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The exhibition of a world famous Hungarian photographer opens in Budapest!

This exhibition – Nicolás Muller: The committed gaze – highlights the work of Nicolás Muller (Né Miklós Müller, Orosháza, Hungary, 1913 – Andrín, Spain, 2000). He spent most of his life in Spain and was one of the leading figures of Hungarian socio-documentary photography and at the same time he …

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NC artist finds inspiration in love, Puerto Rican roots

CHARLOTTE, North Carolina Artist Samantha Rosado didn’t know what to expect last year when she moved to Charlotte from Louisiana. She came here with her girlfriend, who is studying for her MBA. But aside from being close to her loved one’s family, Rosado, 28, didn’t have much that tied her …

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Check out this year’s One Read shortlist books

Daniel Boone Regional Library | Columbia Daily Tribune Each month, the Columbia Public Library offers selections from its collection related to a current bestseller or hot topic. Director of Adult and Community Services Lauren Williams has compiled this month’s picks. If you could trade two dollars and a bit of …

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ALISON BOSHOFF: Toxic new twist in Hornblower star’s most explosive battle… with his wife

As Hollywood divorce battles go, it’s like the saying on London buses. Nothing happens for years and then you get three at a time. For now, after Depp/Heard and Pitt/Jolie’s noxious marital fight, comes an equally tumultuous UK version – and close to its own nadir. At the center of …

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Gunmen abduct photographer Ebonyi in Abia and demand 50m Naira

Kidnappers operating on Okigwe/Uturu/Aba road in Abia State abducted a photographer attached to the Press Unit, Ebonyi Government House, Abakaliki, Mr. Uche Nwube. Nwube was abducted on Wednesday while returning from Aba, Abia State. The victim, we learned, telephoned his colleagues to inform them of his abduction after being ordered …

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SG Goodman talks about being a queer artist in rural America

Kentucky-born singer-songwriter SG Goodman stopped at Rolling Stone on Twitch daily show to talk about his new album, Teeth marksand the challenges of being a queer artist in rural America. “No matter what I do in life, even if I thought I was doing something that everyone could be proud …

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Alissa Gabriel’s message for women in the industry – hospitality

Alissa Gabriel has achieved incredible milestones throughout her career so far. The bar manager from Hinchcliff House in Sydney got her start in the Far North Queensland industry while still in high school and looking to apply for the military. But instead of committing, Gabriel “fell in love with hospitality, …

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Tate to Deaccession Francis Bacon Archive Over Authenticity Concerns – ARTnews.com

In an unexpected twist, the Tate announced on Wednesday it would turn over an extensive archive of materials from the estate of Francis Bacon donated by a close confidant of the Irish-born painter, after scholars raised questions about the donations. authenticity. The move comes just two months after Barry Joule, …

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Sri Lankan photographer Sena Vidanagama, who clicked on Rajiv Gandhi’s attack, has died

Sena Vidanagama, a 76-year-old Sri Lankan photojournalist, died on Wednesday. Vidanagama was best known for the iconic photograph of a former Sri Lankan naval officer attacking former Indian Prime Minister Rajiv Gandhi with the butt of his rifle during an honor guard ceremony in Sri Lanka on July 30, 1987 …

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Art 64 enriched a local artist with $20,000

This content is in partnership with Newaukee. This past weekend, the City of Wauwatosa and NEWaukee hosted ART 64, a bracket-style live paint tournament, in the village of Tosa. ART 64 featured 64 artists from across the country. After four rounds of competition, artist Benjamin Otten received the most votes …

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How a Michelin-starred bartender brought his skills to the comedy circuit

Chris Davis was at the top of his game as a bartender at a Michelin-starred restaurant in Berlin when he decided to try his hand at acting. Having tapped into his high-end hotel experience for his old routine, Davis is now back to his roots, recounting his upbringing on the …

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How Ukrainian folk art became a tool of resistance against Russia

Olya Haydamaka, “Чернігів. Сильне коріння. (Chernihiv. Strong Roots)(2022) (image courtesy of the artist) Last year, when I was writing my thesis on the history of the Ukrainian people, my research found a repeated pattern: despite long histories of suppression, erasure and destruction, Ukrainians often used folk art as a tool …

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3 Basic Flash Techniques Every Portrait Photographer Should Learn

When you’re just starting out with artificial light, it can be a little overwhelming trying to balance all the technical and creative aspects while posing your subject and controlling the camera. If you’re a beginner and looking to improve, check out this great video tutorial that will show you three …

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What happened to rapper Trouble? Atlanta-based artist allegedly murdered at 35

Trouble DTE, an Atlanta rapper, is said to have died at the age of 35. According to multiple accounts, the Atlanta rapper, whose real name was Mariel Semonté Orr, was shot and died Sunday morning (June 5). His sister, as well as his ex-girlfriend, Alexis Skyy, confirmed the terrible news. …

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Strategist Flyer: 10 things that made us happy last week

ten elements of this article 4 items on sale! Photo-Illustration: The Strategist; Pictures: Retailers We write about hundreds of products a week. Here in our version of the Sunday Flyer, we’ve picked out some of our recent favorites – expert-recommended essentials, life-changing things you didn’t know you needed, recently-launched gadgets …

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artists and artisans help library program take root | News, Sports, Jobs

picture by: Photo by Eric Ayres Ohio County Public Library Staff Ellen Scheid, Young Adult Specialist; Julia Bachmann, Outreach Specialist; and Lee Ann Cleary, Children’s Department Specialist; post with nationally recognized Wheeling-based illustrator Logan Schmitt and a large print of his artwork “Wild, Wonderful West Virginia” …

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The best Tom Cruise movies, from cocktail hour to interview with a vampire

While Tom Cruise is primarily known for his wild, death-defying stunts, his career spans decades and is filled with a plethora of less physically demanding roles. But whether he’s hooked up to a flying plane or a pool table, Cruise gives all of his films his all and is fully …

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Maud Lewis’ folk art conveys a sense of joy that keeps collectors hooked

Decades before anyone heard of non-fungible tokens, or NFTs, there was Maud Lewis. The folk paintings of mid-20th century Nova Scotians and today’s trendy digital assets have one big thing in common: it’s hard to explain why either is worth thousands of dollars. . Artistic preview Click to enlarge Maud …

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Dodgers photographer Jon Soohoo captured some of the greatest moments in team history

LOS ANGELES (KABC) — Over nearly four decades, Dodgers photographer Jon Soohoo has captured some of the most iconic moments in team history. The Dodgers’ roster has changed over the years, but Soohoo is a constant with the team, chronicling season after season as well as major sporting events in …

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The artist’s question… answered in fiber

Bobbi Baugh “Every artist has a question,” says art quilter Bobbi Baugh. “The process of creating art answers the question you asked. For example, maybe you are concerned about a problem in society: why does such and such exist, or why does this evil exist? in the society ? “Some …

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Brendan Collins opens a quality Spanish tapas restaurant in Santa Monica

Despite the similarities of warm climate and more laid-back sensibilities, quality Spanish food is still somewhat rare in Los Angeles. Newcomers like Tatel, Otoño, Caldo Verde and Saso are joining the reopened Bar Moruno to establish a fairly low-key Iberian culinary scene. Now, Dono, from chef Brendan Collins of Fia …

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Wildlife photographer Paul Goldstein completes Everest marathon carrying 9ft tiger

Tiger Man did it! British wildlife photographer Paul Goldstein completed the grueling Everest Marathon on May 29 with his trusty 9ft tiger on his back. The Wimbledon-based environmentalist has already run an incredible 19 charity marathons in the distinctive outfit. British wildlife photographer Paul Goldstein completed the grueling Everest Marathon …

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‘Ghostbusters’ Artist Ray Parker Jr. Gets Biography Treatment

Ray Parker Jr., the R&B star and singer-songwriter best known for the ‘Ghostbusters’ theme, gets the documentary treatment in Sony Pictures Entertainment’s ‘Who You Gonna Call?’, which will premiere takes place on June 7 – watch the trailer below. As the documentary shows, there’s much more to Parker’s career than …

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Miss Manners: My bartender friend has to wear a tuxedo to work

Placeholder while loading article actions Dear Miss Manners: My dear friend has a job as a bartender and works a lot of banquets at the moment. At work, he is expected to wear (and does) a tuxedo, even if the event is during the day. Today he told me he …

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7 Notable Masters of Queen’s/King’s Music

If you’ve witnessed a royal event on TV (or were lucky enough to attend), it’s likely that at least some of the music was written especially for that event. And it’s just as likely that some of it was composed by Queens’ master of music. The role, which is almost …

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BIG STORY: Times-News photographer Pat Sutphin’s best sports photos of Magic Valley high school athletes | Local

TIMES-NEWS Times-News Photographer Pat Sutphin has spent the last year capturing images of student athletes in Magic Valley. “It was a year of upheaval, underdogs and athleticism,” Sutphin said. “From shocking losses to long-awaited victories, the year brought some of the best sportsmanship Magic Valley has ever seen.” To see …

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Artist from Kazakhstan raises social issues through leaf art

NUR-SULTAN – A self-taught artist from Nur-Sultan Kanat Nurtazin brings a new dimension to his art by using leaves as a canvas for different illustrations. The artist uses visual art as an effective form of communication to impact existing social issues, such as corruption, domestic violence and ecology. The result …

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Terra 2.0 is now live, after Luna Meltdown. This week’s top Bitcoin and Crypto news

Terra today launched a new blockchain with a new luna token. Seth Green’s animated show featuring his stolen NFT is up in the air. The world’s largest stablecoin issuer has launched a token for the Mexican peso. Here’s what happened in crypto during the week. Terra “forks” into a new …

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The Age of Innocence came to an end this week

There “The age of innocence“reached its end this week. You could see it in the eyes of the children watching – the fallout from school killings like the one in Uvalde, Texas this week.’ Remembrance of things past The underside of those wary faces resurfaced the day after the Uvalde …

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Shutterturf – A new way to discover and book professional photography and videography services.

Whether you’re looking for a photographer to capture your big day or a business looking for a videographer to create an engaging marketing video, Shutterturf will help you find the perfect professional in your city. Singapore – May 26, 2022 – Finding quality photographers and videographers has never been an …

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MELISSA PSYCHIC ARTIST REVIEWS: IS MELISSA PSYCHIC READING SOULMATE DRAWINGS LEGAL? Employment – 122nd Fire & Emergency Services

Online psychic reading is a big platform that has gained global notoriety. Everyone knows or has experienced some type of psychic reading. For a very long time, psychic readings have been considered a last resort for desperate people – A sanctuary for those seeking thoughtless support. When the world and …

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Rare painting by Joan Carlile, one of England’s first female portrait painters, is up for auction in London

Dreweatts Auction House in London will offer a work by Joan Carlile, widely regarded as the first female portrait painter active in 17th-century Britain, at its Ancient, British and European Art sale on May 26. The oil painting, titled Portrait of Anne, Philadelphia and Thomas Wharton, later 5th Lord Wartonis …

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Pharrell Williams, Contemporary Artist Nina Chanel Abney and Brand Builder Shaun Neff Announce Launch of Game-Changing NFT Platform

When contemporary artist Nina Chanel Abney, brand guru Shaun Neff and gallery owner Todd Kramer started discussing concepts for Nina’s first step into NFTs, they discovered something that all great entrepreneurs are looking for: a problem. “We felt there was a huge lack in today’s market for a trusted platform …

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Tulsa County deputies audit businesses for alcohol compliance

TULSA, Okla. – The Tulsa County Sheriff’s Office is partnering with the Oklahoma Department of Mental Health and Substance Abuse Services to prevent underage access to alcohol. We accompanied two sheriff’s deputies and a volunteer as they stopped at businesses in Tulsa County, checking whether those establishments complied with Oklahoma …

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Greece refutes British Museum’s claim that the Parthenon Marbles were ‘pulled from the rubble’ | Parthenon marbles

The dispute over the Parthenon carvings escalated after Greece rejected a claim by the British Museum that much of the statuary, removed at Lord Elgin’s request, was salvaged ‘from the rubble’ around the monument . The claim, made at a Unesco meeting on Friday, added a new twist to the …

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A photographer builds a giant camera and a darkroom bus

Photographer Bill Hao from Vancouver, Canada spent two years building a huge camera out of oak wood. It takes gigantic wet-plate collodion photos measuring 32 × 48 inches. The collodion wet plate process has a very critical requirement: the photographer must be able to coat, expose and develop the plate …

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Dragon Ball Super Artist Brings Back Super Android 13 in New Artwork

Super Android 13 shows off its massive muscles in a new work by Toyotarou, the artist behind Akira Toriyama Dragon Ball Super manga series. The awesome character artwork has been posted on the official English website for the dragonball franchise with the caption, “One day I would like to see …

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The bartender explains what an ‘angel kick’ is and how it could save someone’s life

A bartender has gone viral after explaining a simple code word that can alert staff to a dangerous situation. Going out on a first date or a night out can feel like lighthearted fun. However, things don’t always go as planned and you could find yourself in an uncomfortable or …

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Harleston family find 19th century Jean Victor Louis Faure painting worth up to £50,000 ahead of Dreweatts auction

A family in Harleston have been shocked to find that an artwork that has hung in their home for over half a century could be worth up to £50,000. The oil painting – by the famous 19th century French painter Jean Victor Louis Faure – was originally purchased by the …

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Azov photographer publishes his work just before he was taken prisoner

“That’s it. I’m grateful to Azovstal for its shelter – the place of my death and my life,” Dmytro ‘Orest’ Kozatsky said in his Instagram post, posted on Friday. The fighter from the Azov regiment made his photograph of the besieged Azovstal steelworks freely available, asking that it be shared …

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Why the elongated face? Artist pilloried after creating half-man, half-horse sculpture | Ireland

In Irish mythology, a púca is a mischievous, shape-shifting spirit that can take the form of a horse and lure unwary travelers onto its back for a wild ride. Aidan Harte knows how it feels. Eighteen months ago the sculptor was commissioned to create a 2 meter high bronze statue …

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The Heroes Club meeting will take place on Sunday, May 22

By Josh StalochPersonal editor GREEN BAY — Between 1989 and 2006, Heroes Club at the south end of Washington Street hosted some of the music industry’s top blues bands. Owned by the late Pat Coniff, who died in 2015 at the age of 67, Heroes Club is treasured in memory …

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illycaffè returns to Frieze New York to celebrate 30 years of the illy Art Collection

The iconic cut created in 1991 for illy by one of italy the greatest creators, Matteo Thun, envisioned the cup not just as a vessel for drinking, but as a vehicle for information, conscious and subconscious. Thun has created a distinctive design, a simple and harmonious mug with a useful …

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3 lightweight lenses for bird photography that photographers will love

Given the opportunity, we think everyone would enjoy photographing birds. But not everyone wants to carry so much weight on them. Luckily, there are some fantastic lightweight lenses for bird photography. With the right settings, they will stand out from many other lenses on the market. And we would know, …

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The Park West Gallery announces an artist exhibition in May featuring world-renowned artist and pop culture historian Leslie Lew

Park West Fine Art Museum & Gallery will welcome world-renowned artist and pop culture historian Leslie Lew to the famous Las Vegas Strip for a free exhibition and fan event. On Saturday, May 28 from 4-7 p.m., fans will have the opportunity to see Lew’s unique work, as she hosts …

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The best cocktail for your zodiac sign — Best Life

When it comes to cocktails, everyone has their own tastes. Maybe you like sugary drinks, but not also sweet or maybe you’re not sure if you prefer gin or vodka. Can’t decide which mixed drink you should ask the bartender for? Astrology can help you make decisions and could explain …

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Mayfair Art Weekend announces artists, galleries and exhibitions for 2022

Mayfair Art Weekend is an annual celebration of London’s internationally acclaimed gallery district, bringing together Mayfair’s leading galleries for a weekend showcasing the best in contemporary art. Thirty of the UK’s leading galleries will showcase modern and contemporary painting, photography, sculpture, mixed media, installations, performances, talks and events, all completely …

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AHS photographer documents pandemic in new book

Content of the article An Alberta Health Services photojournalist has documented two years of the COVID-19 pandemic in a new black-and-white picture book. Content of the article Alone Together: A Pandemic Photo Essay, by Leah Hennel, illustrates how Alberta citizens, doctors, nurses and patients have adapted and found safe new …

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Concept Artist Imagines What Pokémon Descendants Would Look Like

A concept artist has imagined what the future of the Pokemon world would look like. We already have regional variants and fossil Pokemon brought back to life, so we know they adapt and change over the years alongside their sudden, more powerful evolutions. R.Palmer is a concept artist who worked …

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WA Boston Brewery’s craft brewer creates wet hop beers to help support farms

WA’s craft breweries are experimenting with wet hop beers to tempt drinkers and help support farms in an area that lost its local hops industry decades ago. Key points: Craft breweries are experimenting with wet hop beers brewed from locally harvested hops Unlike all other beers on the market, wet …

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Greek and Australian writers will be featured at next month’s Sydney Greek Festival

The 40th Sydney Greek Festival is devoting a day to presentations of recently published books in English by Greek-Australian writers in collaboration with UTS Journalism and Writing. Although very different in style and content, all the books are united by common themes of migration, displacement and identity. Several acclaimed Australian …

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How to Take Pictures on iPhone Like a Photographer with the ProCam App

iPhone photographer Koichi Miyase has shared some pro-grade tips and a list of favorite apps that could take your photos to the next level. the iPhone the cameras are good enough for even professional photographers to spend time using the smartphone and Apple recently highlighted the ProCam app as a …

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Future on Why Tems is credited as a featured artist on “Wait For U”

Just days after “Wait For U” debuted at No. 1 on the Billboard Hot 100, Future took to Twitter to reveal why Tems, who is sampled on the song, is credited as a featured artist. . “As soon as I heard the @temsbaby sample on @atljacobbeatz instantly connected to my …

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LAST CALL TO TORI ST. PAUL

A scene: Last Thursday. Walk into Tori Ramen on West 7th Street in St. Paul. John Keenan, the bartender/manager, behind the bar is experimenting with a ranch/vodka mix in tubs of whipped cream to accompany raw veggies for dipping – people love carrots and ranch, he says. Why not make …

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Blak Douglas’ Portrait of Karla Dickens Wins 2022 Prize; Announcement of the Sulman and Wynne Prizes

The 2022 Archibald Prize is part of a trifecta comprising the Wynne and Sulman Prizes, the winners of which will also be announced today. The Archibald Prize, now 101, is for portraiture. The Wynne Prize is awarded to the best Australian landscape painting or figure sculpture, while the Sulman Prize …

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Kylie Cooper | Why I came to Penn to be a photographer

On paper, Penn wasn’t the best school for me. There is no journalism major, which was a big factor in deciding where I would go to in second year. (I had an epiphany three days after being a physics student at my first college and wanted to pursue my dream …

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Winter Park Artist Chris Robb Featured in Orlando City Hall Exhibit – Orlando Sentinel

A new exhibit at Orlando City Hall features the paintings and graphic art of Winter Park creator Chris Robb, with a piece highlighting lines through 40 years of drawing, painting, printmaking, stencils and ideas. Eight wooden panels, each 48 x 48 inches, fit together to form an installation 8 feet …

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Asia’s 50 best bars revealed – hospitality

Coa, a Hong Kong bar known for its focus on agave spirits, secured the top spot for a second consecutive year, being named “Asia’s Best Bar” and “Hong Kong’s Best Bar”. It is only the second bar to achieve back-to-back triumphs since Asia’s Top 50 Bars list was created in …

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The 10 most expensive works of art ever sold

The world’s biggest art dealer, Larry Gagosian (of Gagosian Gallery fame), parted ways with a eye-watering $195 million this week. In exchange, he is now the proud owner of Andy Warhol’s masterpiece “Shot Sage Blue Marilyn”, which has now become the most expensive work of American art – and art …

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Photography’s Impossible Attempt to Freeze Time

SAN FRANCISCO — To feel the passage of time, you have to freeze it in place. This is the subtle paradox at the heart of Considered interactions, a group exhibition of black and white photography at Casemore Kirkeby in San Francisco. The five included artists employ a range of tactics …

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The Goodnow Library will host a reception and art presentation with a local artist

For immediate release SUDBURY – Goodnow Library is pleased to invite the community to attend an art exhibit and presentation featuring a well-known former Sudbury artist later this month. The DovBer “Barry” Marchette Artist Reception will be held Sunday, May 15 at 2:00 p.m. in the Library Community Room at …

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Here are the best cocktails and drinking trends in Tampa Bay right now

Tampa Bay’s cocktail scene is constantly evolving. Low-alcohol drinks and session cocktails are everywhere while boozy classics like Manhattans and Negronis are enjoying a comeback. We spoke to several local bar industry professionals to learn more about the current practices of local drinkers. The espresso martini A simple combination of …

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Gaspar Noé: “As soon as people see a penis in the UK, they think they’ve seen the devil” | Film

On December 29, 2019, after several days of Christmas treats, Gaspar Noé felt a funny feeling in his head. When the ambulance arrived, he was told he had suffered a cerebral hemorrhage; doctors later said he had a 50% chance of dying, a 35% chance of surviving with brain damage, …

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Exploring Iceland in Winter with Landscape Photographer Andy Mumford

by Jeremy Gray posted Monday, May 9, 2022 6:00 a.m. EDT Professional landscape photographer Andy Mumford recently traveled to Iceland to shoot winter landscapes. There are very few places on Earth that command as much respect as Iceland. It is a real paradise for landscape photographers. In the video below, …

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Hermes NFT trademark lawsuit moves forward

French fashion house Hermes International has persuaded a judge not to dismiss its trademark lawsuit against an artist selling “MetaBirkins” non-fungible tokens (NFTs) that show the company’s Birkin bags, Reuters reported on Friday 6 may. U.S. District Judge Jed Rakoff denied a request by artist Mason Rothschild to dismiss the …

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At New York’s Independent Art Fair, an Older Generation of Photographers Are Honored

Before even entering the Independent The art fair, which is back at Spring Studios in Tribeca after decamping to the Financial District in 2021, visitors get a taste of one of the big strengths of this year’s fair: striking photography old decades of an under-recognized artist. In this case, the …

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Local artist has a better idea for Woodstock Way Sign

I think it’s pretty cool when a road or highway gets a “name” after a significant person, people, or event. In the Woodstock area of ​​Ulster County, Route 375 between Routes 28 and 212 is now also called Levon Helm Memorial Boulevard in honor of The Band drummer. The band …

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