$4000 Dollar Loans Online for Bad Credit| Quick Approval

If you need to borrow money for an unexpected expense or a large purchase, it is possible for you to find a lender who will lend you a little quantity, such as $4,000. A loan over $2k considered an installment loan. Although it may be difficult, it is not impossible. …

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Brexit got rid of all our potential investors

Paul advocates “investment-led growth”. Who are the investors he is thinking of? Before Brexit, the UK was doing very well thanks to foreign investment. Brexit sent the message that we have become detached from economic reality, so confidence evaporated. To reverse this trend, the first essential element is to rebuild …

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Donny Cates Leaves Marvel’s Hulk, Artist Ryan Ottley Takes Back Writing Duties

Although he’s been on the title for about a year at this point, superstar writer Donny Cates has left Marvel’s Pontoon comic book series with artist Ryan Ottley taking over in his absence. As noted by CBR, Ottley confirmed the news on Twitter earlier this week, revealing that despite being …

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Is Simone Caporale the busiest bartender in the world?

One of the world’s most acclaimed bartenders, Simone Caporale, opened a bar in Barcelona, ​​created training videos, launched brands and helped preserve the Amazon rainforest. There’s little Caporale hasn’t achieved in the industry With impressive accolades to her name, a new global bartending program and an award-winning bar in Barcelona, …

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Eighteenth- and nineteenth-century Americans of all races, classes, and genders looked to the ancient Mediterranean for inspiration

(The Conversation is an independent, nonprofit source of news, analysis, and commentary from academic experts.) Sean P. Burrus, Bowdoin College (THE CONVERSATION) The ancient world of the Mediterranean has long permeated American society, in everything from museum collections to home furnishings. The design of the nation’s public monuments, buildings, and …

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They make culture, French Initiative for the Photography of Women

With the digital platform Elles font la culture, the French Ministry of Culture aims to help women and gender minorities develop their careers. While they are in the majority in photography schools (68% between 2018 and 2020), women photographers tend to disappear afterwards (38% of French photographers are women). For …

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In this Wisconsin town, every liquor store has a bar. It’s the law – Bemidji Pioneer

SUPERIOR, Wis. – The city ​​code is unambiguous. “No ‘Class B’ license or permit may be granted for premises which cannot accommodate on-site seating for the service of at least six customers.” In this case, a “Class B” license permits the sale of intoxicating alcohol. In other words, every liquor …

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REVIEW: ‘The English’ – Emily Blunt heads out into the wild in Amazon’s new western

Guide Asmaa Khattab’s walking tours uncover some of Egypt’s lesser-known sights DUBAI: Egypt has long been one of the most popular tourist destinations in the Middle East. Despite recent political instability, its historic sites and cultural treasures continue to dazzle visitors from around the world. However, a Cairo-based freelance tour …

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Guitar Tech & Photographer for Alice in Chains, More

Scott Dachroeden, a longtime guitarist and photographer for Alice in Chains among other artists such as Tool and Rob Zombie, has died after a battle with cancer. A GoFundMe page had been set up for Dachroeden earlier this month as he battled stage 4 cancer. Dachroeden was diagnosed after returning …

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‘Monarch’ Episode 9: Confessions and Murder Ballads

Secrets are spilling all over the place in this week’s new episode of Monarch. In “Confessions”, the family struggles to deal with the news that Catt is Albie’s daughter. They are suggested to keep the news a secret, but Luke is confident it will come to light. The family needs …

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Boy with a boat, Fitzgerald’s Park, Cork

Joseph Higgins had the misfortune to be a prodigiously gifted painter and sculptor at a time when there was very little market for Irish art. When he died of tuberculosis aged 40 in 1925, he was largely unknown outside Cork, had never sold a work for more than £35, and …

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In a solo exhibition at the Munch Museum, artist Camille Henrot tackles the traumas of motherhood, hoarding and integration

“There is a very deep ambivalence in all relationships, but the more intimate and close the relationship, the more ambivalent it will be,” said French artist Camille Henrot at the opening of her “Mouth to Mouth” exhibition at the Munch Museum. in Oslo. Ambivalence could be a dominant theme of …

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A new edition of a 19th-century sea voyage opens a window into the era’s fascination with the Arctic

“After the Icebergs with a Painter: A Summer Trip to Labrador and Around Newfoundland”, by Louis Legrand Noble (Wikimedia Commons) “After the Icebergs with a Painter: A Summer Trip to Labrador and Around Newfoundland” By Louis Legrand Noble; Black Dome Press, 2022; 235pages; $19.95. For modern readers, “after the icebergs” …

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Watch: How a wildlife photographer traveled 165 kilometers in freezing cold to click on snow leopards

A wildlife photographer traveled more than 165 kilometers in the freezing cold to capture breathtaking images of a very elusive snow leopard. Kittiya Pawlowski posted her heartwarming story on Instagram about snow leopard clicks. She had to get ready at 4 a.m. and scale the Himalayas to capture an elusive …

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5 Questions with comic and graphic designer Glenn Anderson

Click to enlarge stop violence by Glenn Anderson You’ve probably never heard of Glenn Anderson before. He tends to dislike the public gaze. But he came here and saw the town change over the years. He used to do comic strips that were printed in Pittsburgh …

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Orchids and onions: Thursday, November 10, 2022 | Opinion

Another beautiful day in Havasu… Orchids at Tia in Cha Bones. A lovely lady and an amazing bartender who pours a wicked Absolut lemon and soda. Onions at Arbys. They encourage us to order on the audio phone, but the drive-thru says you have to pick it up from the …

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Andor Creator Tony Gilroy on Cassian’s Transformative Escape

I can write very, very quickly if everything is real to me, if I understand it and what everyone is doing, but if all of a sudden someone presents you with something arbitrary and in tune with the times , it’s impossible ! I am either limited or blessed or …

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‘Forgotten Alabama’ Photographer Speaks at Landmarks Annual Meeting | New

Glenn Wills, a photographer who produces the “Forgotten Alabama” series, was the guest speaker at Sunday’s Landmarks of DeKalb Annual Reunion at the Fort Payne Opera House. Wills, who moved to the state when he was 2, worked as a television news videographer and satellite truck engineer. With it taking …

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Andrea Zittel ran an arts complex in California for over 20 years. Now she’s ready to get away from her desert kingdom

Andrea Zittelthe artist who moved to the California desert more than two decades ago to set up a unique art experience known as AZ West, is now seeking a manager and, perhaps eventually, a new owner for the site she has been running for 23 years. AZ West sits on …

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Kate Winslet plays the war photographer in a new film

From his outstanding performance in Easttown Pond to his Oscar-winning role in The reader, it seems that everything Kate Winslet touches turns to gold. And his latest project Lee looks like no different. The film, which sees Winslet star as pioneering American war correspondent and photographer Lee Miller, is currently …

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Bob Haines, Freeman’s retired photographer, dies at 82 – Daily Freeman

KINGSTON, NY – Bob Haines, retired Freeman photographer, died on Friday, November 4. He was 82 years old. Haines retired from the Freeman in 2006 after a 39-year career capturing the highs and lows of both Kingston and the Mid-Hudson region, beginning in 1967, when the paper was still headquartered …

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Selena Gomez’s Makeup Artist Shares Concealer Mistakes You Could Be Making

Celebrity makeup artist Melissa Murdick has worked with Selena Gomez, Rosalía and Kim Petras. Insider recently told her about concealer and the mistakes people make when applying it. Murdick says people often use too much concealer and apply it with the wrong techniques. Loading Something is loading. Thank you for …

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Cuba Gooding Jr. ordered to pay $80,000 to bartender he allegedly groped

Cuba Gooding Jr. will have to pay $80,000 to a former bartender he allegedly groped at a Manhattan nightclub, a judge ruled Friday. Judge Richard Latin ordered the embattled actor to pay damages to Natasha Ashworth in a civil lawsuit in Manhattan that Gooding Jr. never responded to the court. …

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Best Free Adobe Lightroom Presets

November 3, 2022 Adobe Lightroom presets are a great time saver. Not only do they give you the ability to work quickly and efficiently with large batches of images, but they also provide great opportunities to experiment with your processing style. The beauty of editing in Lightroom is that your …

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Harrisburg Artist’s Paintings Chosen for U.S. Embassy in Moldova

HARRISBURG, Pa. (WHTM) — A Harrisburg artist is attracting international attention: Some of her paintings will soon decorate the U.S. Embassy in Moldova. Reina Wooden spends her days in her studio in Harrisburg, surrounded by brushes, canvases and bottles of acrylic paint. “It allows you to layer different colors on …

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Do we really need two more Turner paintings in Britain? Absolutely

There is no shortage of JMW Turner images in this country: the Turner Bequest, much of which is on display in a dedicated wing of Tate Britain, includes 300 oil paintings and thousands of watercolors and sketches. So the news that two more canvases by this colossus of 19th-century British …

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Coady Photography, 60 years of excellence

The Coady clan with full camera gear at Keeneland. Photo courtesy of the Coady family The company founded by Jack Coady, Sr., in 1962 celebrates 60 years of capturing the splendor of horse racing By Maribeth Kalinitch Little did Jack Coady, Sr., know when he moved from Chicago to Arizona …

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No Common or Garden Sculptor | Michael Prodger

This article is from the October 2022 issue of The Critic. To receive the full magazine, why not subscribe? Right now we’re offering five issues for just £10. On October 13, 1822, perhaps the most famous and praised artist of the day breathed his last. Sculptor Antonio Canova had worked …

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Honor X7 – Smartphone Photo of the Week

October 29, 2022 welcome to Photo of the week on smartphone! Every week we curate and share the best of your smartphone photography in an online feature here on our website and on our social media. This week’s smartphone photo is from Paul Hurlowwith the aid of Honor X7. Paul …

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Laila Shawa, a revolutionary Palestinian artist who rose to international fame, died at the age of 82

The death of renowned Palestinian artist Laila Shawa at her home in London on Monday, October 24, at the age of 82, has prompted international tributes and condolences. One of Palestine’s most accomplished and groundbreaking artists, Shawa has forged elements of her country’s nature, folklore and architecture into captivating contemporary …

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St. Louis bartender Meredith Barry to star in new Netflix show | Food and Beverage News | Saint Louis

Click to enlarge Ryan Gines Meredith Barry portrays St. Louis in new Netflix show Beverage Masters. One of St. Louis’ most respected bartenders gets a national platform to show off his skills. Meredith Barry, co-owner of Platypus (4501 Manchester Ave, 314-448-1622)will participate in the new Netflix show Beverage Masters, including …

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The best AONBs in England and where to stay

Poets always seem to know better. And when it comes to our natural instinct to explore, travel and go places we’ve never been before, TS Eliot knew better than anyone that ultimately home soil is the destination. most important trip of all. “The last of Earth to be discovered / …

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Vote for the Comedy Wildlife Photography Awards 2022

In the age of smartphones, it’s quite common to be caught on camera in the middle of an awkward moment or with an unintentionally silly expression on your face. It happens to animals, too – and their candid camera gaffes are often surprisingly similar to ours. Highlighting this anthropomorphic trend …

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LC Place 2 Board of Directors: Will Shrout Q&A

Previous mandate: none, apart from student organizations and associations 1. Why are you the most qualified candidate for this position? I have extensive experience in several areas which I believe will bring a new perspective to the board. Starting my military service as a young soldier of 17, I have …

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Shakib Khan files GD against 13 social networks

Dhallywood ‘King’ Shakib Khan filed a General Log (GD) against 13 YouTube channels and Facebook pages. His social media manager, Md Moniruzzaman, filed it on his behalf for defamation and spreading false information. The news was confirmed to the Daily Star by Inspector Sheikh Shahnoor Rahman (Investigations) of Gulshan Police …

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Equine photography by Jessica Morin

NH Chronicle: Equine Photography How Jessica Morin captures the essence of horse, rider and the love that unites them Updated: 3:00 p.m. EDT October 21, 2022 Tonight, New Hampshire photographer Jessica Morin has the right touch to capture horses at their best. Whether posing with its owner or galloping across …

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Technology and color converge in artist Felipe Pantone’s latest watch collaboration

Argentinian-Spanish artist Felipe Pantone excels at distilling the internet age. His clean, chromatic works can give the impression that an elegant computer virus has somehow spread out of the machine and digitized reality. He may have a penchant for science fiction, but his worldview is far from dystopian. He finds …

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Does your NoLo drink offer stack? – hospitality

The alcohol-free and low-alcohol (or NoLo) movement has well and truly shaken any assumption that it was a trend. Clients have been thinking about their drinking habits for some time now, and many have made the decision to cut back on their drinking or stop drinking altogether. Venues across the …

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Artist Profile: Shirley Chen on History, Identity and “Chinatown, My Chinatown” | Arts

Shirley L. Chen ’22 tells a creative story rooted in a complex story. On October 21 and 22, Chen’s main thesis “Chinatown, My Chinatown” will come to life in two parts: first, a 25-minute “living museum” installation, followed by a one-act performance by a 60-year-old woman. minutes. Pursuing a joint …

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The Bourbon bar offers the best selection

The Alto bar, which offers 650 different bourbons and whiskeys, has reopened. The historic establishment, located at 6064 Linfield Ave SE, in downtown Alto, may be one of West Michigan’s best kept secrets. “We have the largest selection of bourbon and whiskey in West Michigan,” bartender Aaron Belanger said. “It’s …

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The Recorder – Nature Talk: The Autumn Lullaby: Preparing the World for Sleep

For various reasons which I won’t dwell on, I have found this season – the fall of 2022 – particularly stressful and unpleasant. There are a variety of idioms that can be summoned from the coffers of our culture to express the feeling I felt and most prominent among them …

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Free Artist Talk at KW Art Gallery Features Iranian-Canadian Artist Pardiss Amerian

Amerian’s work will be presented at KWAG from October 8, 2022 to January 22, 2023 Pardiss Amerian, an Iranian-Canadian artist, will speak at the Kitchener Waterloo Art Gallery (KWAG) this Saturday for a free artist talk about her works SOS: A Story of Survival, Part I – The Image. One …

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Tacoma police release body camera footage of shooting involving officer in September

Tacoma police on Friday released body camera footage of a a shooting involving an officer that occurred at a bar last month in Tacoma. The incident began when Johnathan Lane, 27, and a family member were drinking at the Office Bar and Grill in Tacoma just before 11 p.m. on …

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Weak pound boosts UK artist sales during Frieze London

Strong sales by UK-based artists in the first two days of Frieze London and Frieze Masters are attributed, at least in part, to a weakened pound attracting collectors spending in relatively strengthened dollars. Xavier Hufkens has sold a Tracey Emin painting “in the £950,000 range”, along with four of his …

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Randy Johnson, retired MLB player, becomes a professional photographer

Hall of Fame pitcher Randy Johnson has been pursuing his passion for photography since retiring from MLB after the 2009 season. The viral photo of him is from 2011. After the 2009 season, Major League Baseball (MLB) pitcher Randy Johnson retired after pitching for 22 years, mostly for the Seattle …

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Estrella Jalisco beer and tattoo master will tattoo you

(Courtesy of Estrella Jalisco – Facebook) Estrella Jalisco, the Mexican lager with over 100 years of brewing tradition, has teamed up with tattoo master Nikko Hurtado to help fans celebrate the memory of their loved ones in a bold way this season. With Estrella Jalisco, Nikko is giving one lucky …

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How to watch ‘The Real Love Boat’ tonight (10/12/22): FREE live stream, time, channel

The second episode of the new romantic series on CBS, “The Real Love Boat”, is titled “As Solid as the Rock of Gibraltar”. “The Real Love Boat” airs at 9 p.m. on Wednesday, October 12, 2022. DIRECT: CBS on Paramount+ (free try), fuboTV (free trial) and Direc TV CBS says, …

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Ascendant photographer Tyler Mitchell’s meteoric London debut at Gagosian lays the groundwork for a UK breakout

Tyler Mitchell has unveiled his latest Black utopia portraits at Gagosian Davies Street, marking his first UK solo exhibition and setting the stage for a busy season in London for the artist. On view until November 12, the “chrysalis” photographs offer a counter-narrative for black people that erases historical trauma, …

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‘The Dragon Mural’: La Jolla native artist completes new painting on Mandarin House

A new mural breathes life and color into La Jolla, connecting history, family and place. The piece, painted by La Jolla native Natalie Bessell and informally titled “The Dragon Mural,” was completed Oct. 9 on the south wall of the Mandarin House restaurant at 6765 La Jolla Blvd. The mural …

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Cocktail & Signature Serve Masters returns

The Global Spirits Masters Competitions (GSMC) invites brands to submit their cocktail recipes for the chance to win the highest honor. The Cocktail & Signature Serve Masters is back for 2022 Last November, the GSMC held a new competition for 2021, The Cocktail & Signature Serve Masters. The competition aims …

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The Fort Road Hotel in Margate celebrates British art and maritime history

Frieze co-founder Matthew Slotover, developer Gabriel Chipperfield and artist Tom Gidley have teamed up with Fleet Architects to transform a partially collapsed building in Kent, England into a 14-room hotel. Situated on Margate’s seafront, the Fort Road Hotel features vintage furnishings, natural materials and artwork by Tracey Emin, Hannah Lees …

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Queen Elizabeth ‘far favorite’ wearing Diamond Diadem for one key reason, photographer claims

Queen Elizabeth has been photographed many times during her reign, but one of the most memorable moments was the 2004 3D/holographic portrait of Her Majesty, known as “Equanimity”. Now hanging in the National Portrait Gallery, the photographer himself, Rob Munday, spoke exclusively to Express.co.uk about the tiara worn by Elizabeth …

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APSU Art + Design Launches CECA Guest Artist Lecture Series with Renowned Printmaker Carlos Barberena – Clarksville Online

Clarksville, TN – Austin Peay State University’s Department of Art and Design, with support from APSU, the Center of Excellence for the Creative Arts, is pleased to welcome renowned printmaker Carlos Barberena for launch the 2022-23 season of the CECA Guest Artist Speaker Series. “This is the sixth year that …

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Is this the next Aussie classic? A writer’s new take on an old story

Lost children have always found their place in the popular imagination. Fairy tales Hansel and Gretel and Little Red Riding Hood to real-life cases like that of Madeleine McCann, children who go missing have long carried symbolic meaning with them on their journeys into the unknown. Innocence flouted, society corrupted. …

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How acclaimed photographer Rohan Shrestha creates iconic moments with stars like Kevin Hart and SRK – News

The man with the magic lens tells us about his penchant for black and white imagery and takes us behind the scenes of his shoot in Abu Dhabi with the American comedian Photograph by Rohan Shrestha Published: Thu 6 Oct 2022, 10:32 PM Last update: Thu 6 Oct 2022, 10:34 …

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How Jeremy Ryan Became the World’s Biggest NFT Artist on BNB Channel

As more and more people become familiar with NFTs and what they are, more and more artists have joined in. According InTheBlock, there are over 80,000 NFT collections, and this massive growth is not expected to stop anytime soon. NFTs started out as a digital art form primarily used for …

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The 50 best bars in the world have been named and the winner is hidden in a Barcelona Deli

Atlas Bar, Singapore What is the best bar in the world? Dramatic, dimly lit and boasting an impressive list of imaginative cocktails, the world’s best bar for 2022 has been named Paradiso, Barcelona. Located in the trendy neighborhood of El Born, the speakeasy bar is hidden inside a delicatessen. Open …

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27 boy names starting with “S”

If you’re pregnant, you’re probably both excited and intimidated by the idea of ​​choosing a name for your child. A name is something that follows a person throughout their life, making it a decision not to be taken lightly. There are so many reasons why you might want to choose …

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Muybridge’s Strings explores the life of a famous British photographer

Muybridge Strings is a Canadian-Japanese animated short film, directed by Kōji Yamamura and released in 2011. The work has won several notable awards — including the Excellence Award at the 2011 Japan Media Arts Festival and a Special Award at the International Media Arts Festival. animation from Hiroshima 2012 — …

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British artists recreate ‘A Great Day in Harlem’ photo for Black History Month | black history month

Established and emerging black artists are to be photographed together, marking the 40th anniversary of the start of Britain’s black arts movement, as part of a series of events for Black History Month in October. The South London-based Black Cultural Archives will commemorate the occasion by paying homage to the …

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Straight heap | Nevada Public Radio

Using her background in mindfulness, this yoga teacher turned firefighter kept everyone around her calm and found a meaningful path to serve the community “If you weren’t there, you would never understand the feelings we were going through,” Tas Upright says. Upright had just been hired as a bartender, one …

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An art society will host a conference on photography

The Sussex County Art Society will host a talk by Virginia Kolstad on Fine Art Photography in Our World today Thursday, October 13 at noon at the Hampton Community Center, 1 Rumsey Way, (Hampton Township) Newton. The public and potential members are welcome. The Sussex County Art Society meets regularly …

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La Salle artist paints JB Pritzker and Darren Bailey on pumpkins – Shaw Local

La Salle pop artist John Kettman is back with his political pumpkins, following his “Trumpkin” and Joe Biden pumpkin from the last election with Illinois gubernatorial candidates JB Pritzker and Darren Bailey. John Kettman, of La Salle, poses with his pumpkins he created of Gov. JB Pritzker and GOP candidate …

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9 recipes that take your old-school style to new heights

The old fashioned is perhaps the most famous cocktail in the world, a timeless classic. It’s old, yet still in vogue to this day, having survived more than a century of cocktail trends since its inception in 1880 at the Pendennis Club in Louisville, Kentucky. The basic recipe is simple: …

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Modernist Tyeb Mehta’s work sells for over Rs 25 crore at AstaGuru auction

The work of iconic modernist painter Tyeb Mehta was recently auctioned for AstaGuru’s ‘Modern Treasures’ auction and emerged as the highest sale at over Rs 25.29 crore. Mehta’s famous “diagonal series” oil painting on canvas was created in 1973 when the artist became familiar with the motif and its …

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Local artist Lizbeth Ortiz honors downtown Houston’s Mexican icons for Hispanic Heritage Month🎨

HOUSTON – ¡Feliz Mes de la Herencia Hispana! This Hispanic Heritage Month, Midtown Houston is honoring Mexican history and culture in a way that all Houstonians can experience. The city of Bayou is home to one of the largest Hispanic populations in the country, with a rich culture, history, and …

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Pabst Blue Ribbon plays supporting role in “Greatest Beer Run Ever”

In 1967, a guy from New York embarked on a seemingly crazy adventure.now assignment: Go to Vietnam, find some neighborhood uniformed buddies and bring beer from home to drink with them – to show them that the people back home are thinking of them. Beer? Milwaukee’s Pabst Blue Ribbon. That …

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Obama’s portraits are the latest in a long series of presidential art

Stewart D. McLaurin The official White House portraits of President Barack and Michelle Obama were unveiled this month in the East Room, an American cultural tradition that has helped build a visual archive of the presidency spanning more than two centuries. These portraits also played an underappreciated role in building …

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Photographer David Bailey talks about some of his most iconic subjects | Ents & Arts News

As one of the most prolific photographers of all time, David Bailey has photographed some of the world’s most famous people – from Mick Jagger to the late Queen Elizabeth. Now, as he prepares to open a new London exhibition of his work, Bailey has sat down with Sky News …

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Kansas City artist canoes down Missouri River and paints

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Kansas City artist Steve Snell spent his summer canoeing the entire Missouri River, painting the beautiful landscapes before him using the river for his watercolors. Snell has been an artist for nearly 20 years, drawing inspiration from the history and landscape of where he lives. He …

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Did Clyde’s of Georgetown invent the DC Brunch?

Clyde’s Eggs Chesapeake is now a brunch staple. Photo courtesy of Clyde’s. Gathering your best friends for bottomless eggs and mimosas on Sunday mornings is a quintessential Washington tradition. But DC’s brunch scene wasn’t always a thing. Clyde’s of Georgetown would like to take credit for it. No, Clyde’s didn’t …

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1989’s Joan Mitchell by Roger and Vicki Sant Heads to Christie’s – And More Art News – ARTnews.com

To get Morning Links delivered to your inbox every weekday, sign up for our Breakfast with ARTnews newsletter. Header lines ON THE WAY TO AUCTION. Melanie Gerlis at FinancialTimes reports on two upcoming sales. First of all, major works from the collection of Roger Sant and his late wife Vicki …

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Photographer Gregor Sailer Captures Ghostly Images Of Hidden Areas No One Can Visit

Austrian photographer Gregor Sailer is known for capturing analog images in large (4 × 5″) and medium (6 × 9 cm) formats, using a Sinar p2 camera. He uses lenses with lengths 65, 90, 150 and 210mm focal lengths It’s distinctive and eye-catching work, and he puts the technique to …

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As Artist Finds Inspiration, “Sea Change” Hits LS Cedar

As Artist Finds Inspiration, “Sea Change” Hits LS Cedar For decades, Leigh Sorensen wanted to create sculpture. When she arrived on Vashon, she found him there, waiting for her. By Amy Drayer For The Beachcomber • September 21, 2022 3:49 PM For decades, Leigh Sorensen wanted to create sculpture. Then, …

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Rosewood Hotels & Resorts reappears in Southeast Asia with newly reopened properties and refreshed programming

Rosewood Hotels and Resorts®, the luxury hotel company that manages 30 properties worldwide, is pleased to announce the reopening of Rosewood Bangkok in Thailand and Rosewood Luang Prabang in Laos, as well as key updates for Thai properties Rosewood Phuket and Rosewood Phnom Penh in Cambodia. With a collection of …

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Why should we celebrate British sentimentality

We laughed at Charles getting annoyed with a faulty pen. We should cherish that laughter as a respite from convention. Photo by Niall Carson/AFP via Getty Images It’s impossible to imagine Queen Elizabeth II complaining about a leaky pen. She embodied stoicism and selflessness. His feelings were still under control. …

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Photography Cheat Sheet: Woodland Photography

Woods and forests have been a source of inspiration for artists and storytellers for centuries. Characteristic gnarled tree branches, dancing leaves and details that blend into a hazy background bring an almost dreamlike quality, evoking memories of fantasy tales and epic poetry. These aspects make woodland landscape images popular with …

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Acclaimed artist Dar Williams to teach songwriting as part of Passim School of Music’s fall semester

The Passim School of Music has announced the fall semester schedule which will include a special master class taught by legendary folk singer-songwriter Dar Williams. The School of Music will also offer an introductory course in mixing a live show, a review of James Taylor’s style of guitar and much …

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Three Spirits Tavern in Bellevue will host the NKY Cocktail Classic event

September is National Bourbon Heritage Month, and northern Kentucky bartenders along Line B are hosting a cocktail contest to celebrate. Their goal is to have every bar in the line make a cocktail and sell that drink to patrons in their bars in September, while explaining the heritage of bourbon …

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Tuesday Tips | Race News

Acklam Express can snap a two-game losing streak as they drop in class for the Eddie And Violet Smith Conditions Stakes at Beverley. Nigel Tinkler’s charge hasn’t come back to the top since he clinched the Listed Roses Stakes at York in August 2020, but he has been handed a …

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how i took portrait photography to the streets of Parramatta

Over the past ten months I have photographed hundreds of people in Sydney’s western suburb of Parramatta for a portrait project called Being Together: Parramatta Yearbook. The yearbook portraits show the people who live, work and play in Parramatta against the backdrop of an ever-changing city. The way a photographer …

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Artist Damariscotta exhibits at Salt Pond Studio

September 18, 2022 at 11:06 “Outgoing Tide”, Lyn Asselta. (Photo courtesy of Salt Pond Studio) Salt Pond Studio in Friendship is proud to present the extraordinary work of internationally acclaimed pastel artist Lyn Asselta. Originally from Maine now residing in Damariscotta, Asselta focuses her current work on Maine’s ever-changing and …

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A Peruvian couple resisted changes in the business climate

In this file photo, owner Rosaura Pedroza, left, manager Eduardo Tineo, center, and bartender Paula Vargas, right, organize take-out orders in the kitchen of CJ Peruvian Bar and Restaurant on Wednesday, January 9 2019. (Dana Jensen/The Day) Buy photo prints New London ― Since arriving in the city in 1990, …

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Photographer Shaniqwa Jarvis sleeps to dream

Shaniqwa Jarvis has spent the past two decades traveling the world with her camera, capturing everything from Nike and Supreme campaigns to subjects such as Serena Williams and former US President Barack Obama. Throughout these years, she’s kept an eye out for moments that might capture something that’s been on …

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Award-winning entertainer John-Paul Jones Group to perform at the State Theater on Saturday – Muddy River News

| Photo courtesy of State Theater QUINCY — A concert featuring award-winning artist John-Paul Jones Group with special guest Deion Wykowski opening the show begins at 6:30 p.m. Saturday, September 15 at the State Theater, 436 S. Eighth. The gig is The concert is in support of the John-Paul Jones …

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Law roundup: A couple of friends make a disturbing discovery

Halloween has come early for a pair of friends watching a sunset from a gravel pit near Kalispell. Both men told the Flathead County Sheriff’s Office they found a wrecked van in the pit and inside a skeleton. The two were unsure if the skeleton was human or deer. A …

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Poland wants to return ‘stolen’ art from Russia’s Pushkin Museum

Poland asks Russia’s state-run Pushkin Museum of Fine Arts to return seven works of art that were ‘stolen’ by the Soviet Union during World War II, Warsaw said Wednesday. “Cases of looting of cultural property do not expire… The Polish state will never stop searching for and recovering cultural property …

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