“Mount Athos for Artists”: The Greek Island of Hydra

Hydra has become the destination for creatives, serving as a geographic muse for artists from Henry Miller to Leonard Cohen. Sixty-two years ago, a young, unknown Leonard Cohen bought a dilapidated three-story house in the upper part of town. Leonard Cohen playing guitar on Hydra in 1960. The island may …

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Photography class gives child victims of sexual abuse a new perspective

Child sex abuse survivors say a photography class teaches them to see the beauty in the world and helps them gain a sense of confidence, all with their smartphones. After photographer Mitch Dunn taught the six-week course in Ballarat last year, participants kept in touch, sharing their photos in a …

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Sculpture lessons with the artist

Special for the Patriot-Bridge On August 4, artist and sculptor Michael Alfano introduced Step 2 Courageous Sailing students to the practice of sculpting with wire. Students learned firsthand from Alfano, whose sculpting work is now on display at the Navy Yard, how he uses wire sculpting techniques in his practice. …

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Irish Times pub fires bartender after neo-Nazi Jimeone Roberts’ beer spat

Victoria Police are investigating an allegation that a group of patrons received more than $600 from the manager of a Melbourne pub after a nasty confrontation led to the sacking of two staff members. The incident happened at The Irish Times pub on Little Collins Street on Tuesday August 2. …

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The Recorder – ‘We have a voice’: Photography, T-shirts combine to illustrate ‘Pro-Roe’ project

TURNERS FALLS – While a picture is usually worth 1,000 words, Turners Falls photographer Anja Schütz says her latest project is “a lot more about captions”. Following the United States Supreme Court’s June 24 decision to overturn Roe v. Wade, who recognized a constitutional right to abortion, Schütz compiled a …

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Long Beach artist overcomes MS with paint – Press Telegram

Lauren White-Murphy has made a name for herself in the entertainment industry as a songwriter, ghostwriter, best-selling songwriter, as well as a theater, television, and voice-over actress. She even entered the Eurovision Song Contest and had her name featured on an Irish TV show. But now the Long Beach resident …

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A good drinker, “gentrified” and with a dream he will try to achieve a second time

“I thought the best job in the world was getting paid to sing until I got it,” he jokes. Ivan NobleWhat Every Saturday at midnight his grace shines on the jury great bartenderBy Telefe, with experts Ines de los Santos and Federico Cuocoin dialogue CountryThe musician reflects on Anand, identifying …

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The young Moroccan photographer creates dreamlike photos of his family

For self-taught Moroccan photographer Ismail Zaidy, creating images is a family affair. In 2018, Zaidy started a project called 3aila – which translates to “family” – with his younger brother and sister, who often help him think through the concepts and ideas behind his shots. “I started taking pictures about …

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Swedish visual artist Jocke Larsson launches NFT “Dreamcatcher” collection to inspire people to chase their dreams

Dreamcatcher NFT Collection by JOLAr Dreamcatcher number one of four created by Swedish visual artist Jocke Larsson Portrait of visual artist Jocke Larsson alias JOLAr JOLAr is a visual artist who creates digital art in a variety of styles. The inspiring “Dreamcatcher” collection is her first NFT project released this …

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What It’s Really Like To Work In A Restaurant Kitchen On Summer Dog Days | Pamela’s Food Service Diary

STATEN ISLAND, NY – By the time August rolls around and the sycamores shed much of their bark, summer is over by my standards. In terms of memory, summer never ends – especially if it’s an uncomfortable, almost silly summer serving a restaurant. I remembered this while working as a …

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To celebrate Women’s Month: Strauss & Co proudly exhibits Dream Invisible Connections

As a special edition of this exhibition, Strauss & Co has produced a video with the South African artist Marie Sibande in conversation with art scholar Arisha Maharaj and Head of Visual Arts, UJ, Gordon Froud as they discuss his work on the current Strauss & Co. https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=jAmoxZgrV9A?utm_source=strauss-arisha&utm_medium=content-piece&utm_campaign=marykay-August2022 About Marie …

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Ansspvt Start photography and become a successful photographer

Ansspvt, a 20-year-old Boston-based photographer, is committed to pursuing a successful career in this industry. He has carefully balanced his academic work with his love of photography to ensure he has the abilities to succeed. Besides being a gifted photographer, he also enjoys building client portfolios, which can broaden his …

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Sculptural lights by local artist spotlight Celeste

Celeste’s restaurant in Union Square hosts Somerville artist Nicolás Carmona Guzman’s new installation, “Lightforms.” ~ Photos by Adrian Harrison By Michael McHugh Last Saturday, Celeste, a Peruvian restaurant located in Union Square, hosted the vernissage of a new public art installation by local artist Nicolás Carmona Guzman, titled Light shapes. …

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GTA Online: How to Complete Bar Restock

GTA online is filled with lots of activities like scoring heists, participating in races, starting your business and also taking care of those businesses. One of the investments you can make in GTA online buys and manages a Clubhouse that comes with its own unique side missions and activities. One …

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Windsor Castle ‘intruder’: Who was the last person imprisoned under the Treason Act 1842?

The man who allegedly broke into Windsor Castle armed with a crossbow on Christmas Day has been charged under a Victorian treason law, which was last used there over 40 years old and has a fascinating history. Prosecutions are very rare under the Treason Act 1842, which makes it an …

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Late Newfoundland artist David Blackwood commemorated in event at Art Gallery of Ontario

Julian Cox, Deputy Director and Chief Curator of the Art Gallery of Ontario, says David Blackwood of Newfoundland has created one of the most extraordinary sets of prints of any Canadian artist. (Darryl Dinn/CBC) One of North America’s largest art museums paid tribute to the late David Blackwood last week …

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What is Dazzling Camouflage?

In the 21st century, dazzling camouflage has moved from maritime warfare to a less destructive realm: automobiles. As celebrities often hide in plain sight behind weird hats and chunky tints, automakers wrap test-model cars in skins that have intricate patterns to hide the true contours and lines. Headlights and grilles …

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8 Ways Photographers Can Use Canva

As your photography becomes more advanced, you may want to do more than just take pictures. Since you already have a sense of creativity and know what looks good, why not try designing other areas of your business? You can also think of unique ways to sell your work. If …

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Who owns the work of Chicago artist Henry Darger?

Reclusive janitor Henry Darger spent more than 40 years in a tiny one-room apartment in Lincoln Park, writing, painting, sketching, collecting and fantasizing. It was only after his death in 1973 that his works, discovered by his owners, spread across the Chicago art scene, with his whimsical stories and sometimes …

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In the chair with Virginia Graham | In the chair

NAME: Virginia Graham. AGE: 33. OCCUPATION: Bartender. RESIDENCE: To the west. BORN, RAISED AND GROWN IN: Buffalo, NY RIGHT NOW, I AM IN THE MIDDLE OF: Sip The Café Buzz – a lavender honey flavored version of a classic cocktail called Bee’s Knees. Cafe Buzz is a Cafe favourite. MY …

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When Swiss mountain guides meet Canadian landscapers

New York mountaineer Georgia Engelhard and Swiss Castle Lake Louise guide Ernest Fuez climbing the snow-capped ridge of Mount Victoria with Lake Louise in the background, Banff National Park, Alberta, Canada, 1931. Getty Images/Underwood Archive Shari Zisk-Feuz’s great-grandfather, Walter Feuz, was one of the famous Swiss mountain guides in the …

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Why Introverts Make Great Street Photographers

Although I like to be social, sometimes it’s nice to go out with your camera and, well, not have to talk to people. But in a busy city center that’s not always easy to do, especially when you have a big camera and eye-catching lens. Recently I had the chance …

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Artist Ani Liu has some radical suggestions for what pregnancy might look like. It all starts with artificial wombs

In 1970, a 25-year-old radical feminist named Shulamith Firestone published an incendiary manifesto titled The dialectic of sex: the case of the feminist revolution. In it, she identified women’s role in procreation as the primary cause of their continued oppression and proclaimed that “pregnancy is barbaric!” Firestone called for the …

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Who left together but not engaged (SPOILERS)

On Bachelor in Paradise season 8, some couples found love, but didn’t leave the beaches of Mexico engaged. Find out who left a relationship. *FRONT SPOILERS* Bachelor in Paradise Season 8 doesn’t air until the fall, but fans don’t have to wait to find out who left the show as …

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What’s missing from quirky period dramas?

The ’90s offered something of a renaissance for period dramas, particularly with meticulous on-screen adaptations of beloved Jane Austen novels. During the filming of the 1995s Sense and sensitivityEmma Thompson, who wrote the screenplay and starred as Elinor Dashwood, was distressed by the line changes and refused producers’ requests to …

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Dorothea Lange: The Photographer of Depression-Era Rural America

Dorothea Lange was an American documentary photographer known for Migrant mother, an iconic photo of the Great Depression. Her work helped Americans see the devastating effects of the Depression on rural America, and Lange is now celebrated as a pioneer in the field of documentary photography. Lange was born Dorothea …

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Artist Claes Oldenburg spent his formative years in Chicago

Not everyone liked the things artist Claes Oldenburg made, which were gigantic sculptures of such mundane objects as a hamburger, a lipstick case, a clothes peg, a cream cone ice cream, a pretzel, an ironing board, a teddy bear, aspirin and a very, very big bat. in Chicago. Before the …

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Companies are struggling as many workers are either sick with COVID-19 or on vacation

Businesses in the United States face serious staffing challenges as some workers report sick with COVID-19 while others take a planned summer vacation. The latest wave of COVID-19 infections, driven by the spread of Sub-variant BA.5has left some businesses short-staffed that they have had to reduce their normal opening hours …

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“Chroma”, at the Met Paints Greek Marble With Ancient Color – ARTnews.com

As the Greek playwright Euripides recounts, Princess Helena blamed herself for the tragedy of the Trojan War. If only she hadn’t been such a desirable prize for Paris, she thinks. “If only I could get rid of my good looks and look uglier,” she says in The Trojans, “As you …

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Photographer RLV Burrows’ collection found dumped in dumpster

FASCINATING photographs taken from hundreds of vintage glass plate negatives found in a dumpster still present an unsolved mystery for history buffs. The “Burrows Collection” is held by the Ynys Môn Commune Archives and features black and white photos taken by a former Holyhead press photographer. RLV Burrows appears to …

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Artist Patrick Hughes Launches NFT Collection with MakersPlace

Famous British painter, Patrick Hughes is about to launch his genesis NFT collection on the MakersPlace platform. He innovated the “reversible technique”, which is why his very first NFT collection on Ethereum is called “Reverspective”. The collection will go live Tuesday, July 26 at 6:30 p.m. EST. Patrick Hughes launches …

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Woman’s photography business rises from the ashes of injury | News, Sports, Jobs

Photo Correspondent / Melissa Channell Kim Guthridge Floyd of Warren, owner of Phoenix Photography, shows a photo she took of Warren G. Harding’s football team. WARREN – Kim Guthridge Floyd is made of solid stuff. Growing up with three brothers – Jack, Bob and Mark Guthridge …

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In Pictures: See artist Tom Sachs’ raw furniture made from everyday materials, now on display in Chicago

Early in his career, Tom Sachs built a Knoll desk setup out of phone books and duct tape. Over the past three decades, the New York-based artist has continued to use everyday materials to recreate icons of consumerism as mixed-media sculptures (a Hello Kitty foam core; a McDonald’s made from …

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Joe Pera announces he’ll be the next James Bond and shares three hilarious scenes he created

Joseph Pera, best known as the creator and star of Adult Swim’s Joe Pera speaks with you, appeared on Late Night With Seth Meyers and shares the big news of being the next James Bond. Read on to find out what Joe Pera did on the “Property On M&M.” Joe …

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The best movies to shine a light on homelessness

With ongoing wars and an increasingly dire refugee crisis, there are over 100 million people homeless of some kind worldwide, and the exact figure is likely much higher. Despite being one of the most dominant and powerful countries on the planet, the United States currently has around half a million …

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Northwind Art Gallery donates photographs

Melody Sky Weaver, left, accepts a photograph of Bill Curtsinger offered by Teresa Verraes, executive director of Northwind Art. PORT TOWNSEND – Northwind Art has donated five framed photographs from the Curtsinger portfolio to the Port Townsend Public Library. The …

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The missing work of the artist Marin returns after 26 years

Twenty-six years ago, George Sumner, an artist from Marinwood, misplaced two of his paintings in the Pacific Northwest. Earlier this month, thanks to fate and United Parcel Service, they found their way back to her doorstep. “I’ve always believed in karma,” said Sumner, 82. “I always believed that the missing …

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Tony Winner Deirdre O’Connell to Star in Sarah Ruhl’s Becky Nurse of Salem Off-Broadway | The Broadway Buzz

Deirdre O’Connell (Photo by Caitlin McNaney for Broadway.com) by Sarah Ruhl Salem Nurse Becky is coming to the Mitzi E. Newhouse Theater at Lincoln Center Theater this fall. The new play, directed by Tony winner Rebecca Taichman, will begin preview performances on October 27 and open on November 21. The …

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Photographer Jin Lee’s Cultural Center Exhibit Examines Chicago

If there is a greater local oasis than Lake Michigan, I don’t know of it. The lake is infinite and free; go there when you need a break, or visit the cultural center to see “Jin Lee: Views & Scenes,” a low-key knockout of a show featuring four photographic series, …

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Friendable’s 360 music artist platform generates

The company’s continued actions have built a strong brand reputation, and alongside its enhanced features, these in-app offerings have resulted in increased interest and activity from new artists, requiring continued attention to monetize and convert FeaturedX into other 360 service offerings. The company is clarifying its July 13, 2022 press …

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Rumkeg876: Jamaica’s ‘best’ bartender opens dream rum bar in Sheffield after being turned down job by Wetherspoons

Junior Lewis, 36, winner of the 2009 Taste of the Caribbean competition, opened Rumkeg876 on Abbeydale Road in December and it just goes from strength to strength. He said: “In Jamaica you have to find your own way. We had no running water in our house. I always said that …

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An aerial art photographer shows us his squash court from above

An aerial art photographer has used a drone to capture images of a squash court for his latest work, inspired by his time at school. The award-winning Australian photographer, based in New York, has released a new series of concept art titled Vacantwhere he brings his fascination with surrealism and …

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Showcase of artists offers weekend of exhibitions, programs

CINCINNATI — Live art performances and a film festival will take place at museums in downtown Cincinnati this weekend to mark the opening of the Truth and Inspiration artist showcase. What do you want to know Truth and Inspiration artist showcase opens this weekend at three different museums in downtown …

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The new “Little Book of Whiskey Cocktails” is now available

Author and professional bartender, Bryan Payment, is on a mission to share stories from the world of whiskey making and recipes for enthusiasts of all genres. Now available on the shelves is The Little Book of Whiskey Cocktails. Cash is a professional bartender at Dunraven’s Restaurant in Estes Park, Colorado, …

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Why Orange Blossoms Are Having A Moment

Their reported distribution was also very diverse, with the plant occurring both in the moist pine forests of the mountainous center of the island and in the dry scrubland to the east. The following year, the ‘Bella’ cultivar debuted at the Chelsea Flower Show, and the plant’s popularity grew. In …

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QUARK EXPEDITIONS ANNOUNCES NEW SPITSBERGEN PHOTOGRAPHY VOYAGE WITH AWARD-WINNING PHOTOGRAPHER CHRIS LINDER

Inspiring guests through the snow-capped mountains, massive glaciers, deep-walled fjords and tundra of Spitsbergen will be an award-winning photographer, filmmaker and speaker Chris Linder. “July is a magical time to visit Svalbardwhen light-drenched summer days fuel a brief but intense burst of life, from tiny tundra flowers to polar bears, …

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Inventive and prolific artist Leroy Johnson has passed away

Leroy Johnson, 85, a tireless artist who worked in a variety of media from the start of the Black Arts Movement in the 1960s and up to the present day, died on Friday July 8 in Philadelphia, a city he never ceased to fascinate. . . Friends said the cause …

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Dodgers franchise workers vote to cancel MLB All-Star Game

It may only take one shot to cancel the MLB All-Star Game this year. With MLB All-Star Weekend set to begin in Los Angeles on Friday, workers at the host Dodgers’ franchise have voted to strike for a new contract. According At UNITE HERE Local 11, the union that represents …

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Chicago artist Nancy Rosen talks about her work for ‘Grace and Frankie’ during the final season broadcast | Chicago News

It’s been about three years since we introduced you to the artist behind the illustrations for Netflix’s hit series ‘Grace and Frankie’. With the show’s final season officially over, art correspondent Angel Idowu thought it was time to return to the artist’s studio in East Rogers Park for another visit. …

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How a Minneapolis bartender became America’s best

Jessi Pollak describes herself as a child goth witch from Florida who never wanted to stay in Minnesota. She’s also the best bartender in the country. Pollak moved here with his parents as a teenager and immediately began dreaming of a way out. But instead of packing up after her …

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Photographer Raja Chhetri accuses SDF Social Media of misusing photos

To share Tweeter To share To share E-mail Photographer Raja Chhetri accuses SDF Social Media of misusing photos” width=”398″ height=”300″ srcset=”https://www.voiceofsikkim.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/raja-chettri-photographer-398×300.png 398w, https://www.voiceofsikkim.com/wp-content/uploads/2022/07/raja-chettri-photographer.png 511w” sizes=”(max-width: 398px) 100vw, 398px”/> Photographer Raja Chhetri accuses SDF Social Media of misusing photos Pakyong, July 10: Popular Photographer …

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This Old Thing: an artist serves a tasty plate of fruit

Q This fruit plate is signed J. Freeman and came home with my father, who was works manager at the Royal Worcester factory in Worcester, England from 1946 to 1957. It is a “second” and n does not have the Royal Worcester mark on the bottom. It has a diameter …

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Honey Pluto’s “Follow Friday” Comedian Interview

Although we live in those frankly earlier times, we fully exist in the future. And a futuristic lifestyle calls for a modern take on our tradition.”Follow Friday” column. At Vulture, we’ve ditched our Luddite ways, opting for a more interactive digital angle on what was once just plain text on …

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SOUNDGARDEN, PEARL JAM, NIRVANA & More – NFT Artist CHRIS ARVAN, Photographer CHRIS CUFFARO Debut Legendary Digital Assets on Foundation

Acclaimed photographer/director Chris Cuffaro, in partnership with musician, producer/artist Chris Arvan, announces the launch of his new NFT Collection at Foundation, featuring a dazzling visual collection of music’s most iconic artists. The first images will offer fans the unique opportunity to purchase their own artwork created by Arvan from Cuffaro’s …

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Jackson Stained-Glass Artist Creates Dream Window for ‘Sandman’ Author Neil Gaiman

Rob Cooper’s legs were spinning the pedals of his bicycle during a nighttime commute through his neighborhood on the Jackson subway a few years ago when a direct message rang out on his phone, catching the eye of the artist of the stained glass window and, for a moment, stunned …

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Computer artist Herbert W. Franke talks about the creation of NFT – ARTnews.com

95-year-old Austrian artist Herbert W. Franke, who uses algorithms and computer programs to visualize math as art, has recently become a sensation in the art world and in the crypto space . Earlier this month, the physicist and science fiction writer was behind one of the most talked about digital …

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The ripple effect of rising food prices on restaurant workers

Ever since inflation hit, restaurant workers have told stories of diners tip little or not at all. Daniel Westwood, a Las Vegas bartender who makes $12 an hour and relies on tips, said even previous recessions haven’t caused as many bad tips as he is experiencing now. It might seem …

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Conductor Keri-Lynn Wilson signs with Center Stage Artist Management

(Photo credit: Olivia Kahler) Previously represented by IMG Artists, Canadian-Ukrainian conductor Keri Lynn Wilson recently joined the list of Central Stage Artist Management (CSAM) for the general management. She begins the summer of 2022 by directing the Ukrainian Freedom Orchestra on their inaugural tour. Composed at least in part of …

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Martine Rose’s new Nike Shox collab pays homage to women in football

North London-based designer Martine Rose has just announced her latest collaboration with Nike, unveiling a new Nike Shox Mule MR4 with the help of several pioneers in the women’s game. Martine Rose offers a reinvented version of the classic Shox style, which, in keeping with the designer’s spirit, with a …

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Susan Granger on stage and on screen

Grace and Frankie If you’ve just discovered Netflix’s “Grace and Frankie,” You will enjoy. Launched in 2015, it earned numerous Emmy Award and Screen Actors Guild nominations. Concluding its seventh season, it is the longest running Netflix series in history with a total of 94 episodes. The series begins with …

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1000th of a second: Sports Photography Festival

This Sports Photography Festival aims to highlight the work of Sports Photographers by creating an exhibition “Outside the walls” which is entirely dedicated to them. This outdoor festival will take place in a natural setting on the banks of the Loire, in the heart of the magnificent village of Saint-Mathurin-sur-Loire, …

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Contemporary Black Artists Claim Their Place in the World in ’30 Americans’ Exhibit at NBMAA – Hartford Courant

When a person wears one of Nick Cave’s famous sound suits, which cover a body from head to toe, no one can tell what their race is. Many, including their creator, find this liberating, an opportunity to escape stereotypical expectations. Other artists prefer to show their black faces, and the …

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Tifton bartender pleads guilty to distributing meth and fentanyl from Los Angeles to South Central Georgia

TIFTON, Ga. (WALB) — A Tifton man who worked as a bartender while dealing large amounts of methamphetamine and fentanyl has pleaded guilty to distribution. Edgar Fernando Neri, also known as Colocho, pleaded guilty to methamphetamine distribution before U.S. District Judge Hugh Lawson on June 21. According to court documents, …

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Ukrainians living in British guest rooms

One day, shortly after Russia invaded Ukraine, a seventeen-year-old named Tymur Sabri was visiting his grandmother in a village outside Kyiv. Tymur is lanky – he loves to play basketball – with messy hair and a deep voice. Before the war, he lived in Kyiv with his parents and an …

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Turning celebrity photography into a viable source of income

Celebrity photography is a fascinating career that is achieved through passion, hard work, and building a clientele. It is an aspect of the photography business that deals with luxury photography and covers the events and milestones of celebrities, business people, high net worth individuals and politicians. It is also associated …

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I let the tattoo artist ink my face in surprise – now I’m ashamed

This modern-day scarlet letter has stripped away its humanity. A former exotic dancer has shared the humiliating story of how a well-known California artist inked the worst thing possible on her face as a goof – and the resulting shame and embarrassment. A video depicting his dehumanizing ordeal currently has …

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Wetherspoons accused me of being drunk and scrambling my words but I’m deaf – it was so humiliating

A WETHERSPOONS punter claims staff accused her of being drunk and scrambling – not realizing she is deaf. Sally Arathoon, 47, says a bartender ‘refused’ to serve her a second booze and coffee for her husband Scott. 1 A Wetherspoons punter claims staff accused her of being drunk and scrambling …

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Masterpiece London VIP Sales

After three years of exclusively online projects and private viewings, London’s multidisciplinary Masterpiece show opened to VIPs at the Royal Hospital Chelsea yesterday (until July 6) with a festive air. Guests were greeted by a sunny entrance dominated by large-scale drawings of yellow anemones by British artist Sarah Graham, and …

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Moto X30 Pro teased with 3 focal lengths suitable for photographers

Motorola has announced that its next flagship phone, the Moto X30 Pro, will come with a trio of camera focal lengths just suited for photographers. On Weibo, the main Chinese social network, Motorola posted a message confirming the name of the Moto X30 Pro, which is expected to launch in …

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Bored Ape Yacht Club maker sues artist Ryder Ripps over NFT

Placeholder while loading article actions The creators of the Bored Ape non-fungible token collection — one of the most well-known and beloved digital art sets — sued an artist in federal court, alleging he was “trolling” and “scamming them.” consumers” by making and selling copied parts. Attorneys for Yuga Labs, …

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Peter Weber explains why he backed down

Bachelor in Paradise is back in Mexico for Season 8. The fan-favorite Bachelor spin-off series is known for its second chances at love in the Bachelor universe, but Season 24’s Bachelor Peter Weber won’t be present – even though he claims he had his eye on one of the women …

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City Life Org – Ronald James reopens his photography studio in New York

Brooke Shields backstage photoshoot with Ronald James. After taking several years off to spend time helping his family, fashion and portrait photographer Ronald James is back behind the camera Ronald James (https://ronaldjames.com) will reopen his Upper East Side studio. Ronald had enjoyed a successful career for several years, taking photos …

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Brentwood artist achieves international fame, two years after picking up brush

As the pandemic ravaged the globe, Joe Stublick’s world came crashing down. His job as a sound engineer as director of event technology at the Melville Marriott was cut short indefinitely, his marriage dissolved, and he soon found himself living in his parents’ basement in Brentwood. But it is there …

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George Westren died alone in his apartment. Then his art went viral.

Placeholder while loading article actions Every time Alan Warburton saw George Westren walking the halls of their London building, his neighbor carried a blue canvas messenger bag. “I always speculated on what it was carrying,” said Warburton, 41, who was chatting with Westren about the building’s below-average weather or water …

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Biggest Innovation in Barcode Label Printing Software Market with Top Key Players – Endicia, Zebra Technologies, Online Labels, NiceLabel, BarTender, Loftware, Seagull Scientific, Esko-Graphics bvba, CYBRA, Aulux, Accuware, Allensby Group, QuickLabel, Retail Technologies, Tharo Systems, DDI Print – Indian Defense News

The Global Barcode label printing software Market: 2022 was recently released by the Mr Accuracy Reports. The report offers a tip on the barcode label printing software marketwhich helps business strategists make the best investment assessment. The Barcode Label Printing Software Market industry report includes details of historical analysis …

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Diddy passed on a major artist for Bad Boy Record Label

Chris Brown is one of the greatest artists in modern music, with comparisons to Michael Jackson. But not everyone saw their star quality early. While shopping for a record label early in his career, he met Diddy hoping to get on Bad Boy Records. Diddy made the decision to pass …

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Late return to Tate Britain

Late at Tate Britain 2019, courtesy of Dan Weill Photography On Friday, July 1, a program of live performances, workshops and lectures organized in response to Hew Locke’s colorful and thought-provoking installation the procession will mark the return of Late to Tate Britain. Four evenings a year, the gallery will …

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Denbies Restaurant in Surrey Hills has stunning vineyard views

Denbies Wine Estate in Surrey is one of the largest wineries in England, with 265 acres currently under vines. Located in Dorking, the magnificent site has a production capacity of one million bottles and the first vines were planted on the estate in 1986. The English Vineyard is so pretty …

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Julian Ovenden talks about his time at Bridgerton

Ovenden’s role in “Bridgerton” was filmed before the series was released on Netflix, and while there’s a lot about the show he said he felt positive about, he did. admitted he had no idea she would become so popular – and according to Ovenden, that’s a good thing. “Usually when …

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Photos of abandoned American landscapes rooted in a sense of isolation and poverty

Photographer Ben Marcin’s latest solo exhibition, ‘American Derelicts’ at C. Grimaldis Gallery in Baltimore brings together works from three of his ongoing series: ‘A House Apart’, ‘Out West’ and ‘Last House Standing’. The work encompasses Baltimore, where Marcin has called home since the 1970s, Colorado and even Washington. As disparate …

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City Life Org – Joe’s Pub Announces Artist Development Programs for 2022-2023: The Vanguard Residency, Joe’s Pub Working Group, New York Voices and Habibi Festival

Joe’s Pub. Photo: Joseph Augstein. JOE’S PUB ANNOUNCES 2022-2023 PROGRAMS AND SPECIAL PROGRAMMING THE VANGUARD RESIDENCE 2022-23 TRIBUTE TO BARBARA MAIER GUSTERN, WITH MURRAY HILL, MACHINE DAZZLE AND MORE JOE’S PUB TASK FORCE 2022-23 SITA CHAY, LATASHA N. NEVADA DIGGS, OLIVIA K, J. HOARD, LAMA EL HOMAÏSSI AND ROSHNI SAMLAL …

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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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