Wesley Williamson

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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Places to have a drink on your own in Hoboken + Jersey City

Whether you’re new to town or a long-time resident, a drink alone is sometimes on the menu. Relieving stress after work or meeting new people is really easy in the Hoboken and Jersey City area, where bars abound. But a solo drink just requires the right atmosphere, which many watering …

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Stonegate wins the 2022 National Innovation in Training Awards

The company, which also owns the EI Group, received the award for best apprenticeship training program, while Jemelle Bish, career development manager at Stonegate, won the award for human resources manager of the year. Stonegate Group Human Resources Director, Tim Painter, said: “Winning these awards is a fantastic achievement and …

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Photographer captures shock as marchers face post-Roe world

After a leaked draft opinion revealed the Supreme Court’s apparent intention to strike down deer v. Wade, activists and allies called for emergency actions across the country. On Tuesday in New York, protesters gathered in Foley Square in Manhattan before blocking streets and marching towards Washington Square Park. Natalie Keyssar, …

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Upper Sioux community artist explores merging audio and visual in ‘Wiwicakekage: To Make Reality’ – West Central Tribune

GRANITE FALLS – Autumn Cavender Wilson began her artistic journey as a mother-to-be with a focus on her heritage and tradition, and now moves forward in a very modern and digital way. Known by her Dakota name of Wicanhpi Iyotan Win, she is a midwife and cultural resource specialist in …

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Colorado Springs chef’s son followed his career working in restaurants | Way of life

Here’s a case where the apple doesn’t fall far from the tree: chef Christine Adrian Miller and her youngest son, Albion Budney, waiter and bartender. They both earned degrees in psychology, but both discovered their passion and love while working in restaurants. They even worked together in Springs Orleans when …

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The 12 best exhibitions to see in London: May 2022

We look forward to May’s must-see shows in London. 1. Watch: The Woman in the Window at the Dulwich Picture Gallery A timeless trope. © Simran Janjua Whether it’s a 3,000-year-old carved ivory panel or a contemporary photograph by Cindy Sherman, the image of a woman looking out of a …

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The work of a new Mexican photographer at the Smithsonian

NEW MEXICO (KRQE) — A New Mexico artist tells the stories of men and women who lived troubled lives and celebrates great achievement. Frank Blazquez now has one of his portraits hanging in one of the greatest art museums in the world. 25 artists from New Mexico participate in the …

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A Russian artist faces three years in prison for a sculpture supposed to “rehabilitate Nazism”

Oleg Kulik, a popular Russian contemporary artist, is facing a three-year sentence for a 2018 sculpture he exhibited at the Art Moscow fair last month. Following claims by Russian officials that the sculpture mocked a Soviet-era World War II memorial, an investigation is underway, with the artist accused of “rehabilitation …

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Liquor license temporarily lost by Dave and Buster of Massachusetts after customers served 27 drinks in 90 minutes

A Dave and Buster’s in Massachusetts lost its liquor license for a two-day period last week after officials said the bartender overserved a party to the tune of 27 drinks in an hour and a half. The March 5 incident at the Braintree Restaurant and Games Room prompted police to …

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What is the perfect focal length for street photography, 28mm or 35mm?

Street photographers have had a multitude of excellent lenses from many different systems to choose from over the years. Two of the most common lenses available for this are the 28mm and 35mm lenses, often the preferred tool of many. But, which one is the best? The answer is, as …

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Leicester’s greatest sportsman you’ve probably never heard of

Leicester is a city blessed with its fair share of sporting heroes, from Foxes and English football stars Gary Lineker, Peter Shilton and Jamie Vardy – to World Cup-winning rugby captain Martin Johnson and his dominating La Tigers side. late 90s and early 2000s. Away from football and rugby, there …

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Three minutes, three questions: artist Olivia Martin

FAQs On display : Olivia Martin WHEN — 11 a.m.-5 p.m. Tuesday through Friday and before performances of “The Revolutionists” WHERE – Zephyr Blevins Gallery at Arkansas Public Theater at Victory in Rogers No cost INFO—631-8988 “When I met Olivia Martin, it was before I read the script for ‘The …

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Amie’s Manhattan Brewery | Food

From bottom to top By Lynda Wheatley | April 30, 2022 Our editor comes from a long line of Manhattan drinkers. His family recipe has always been two fingers of cheap Canadian whiskey, a finger of cheap sweet vermouth (usually Gallo), a pinch of bitters, and a single wax-like canned …

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Overlooked No More: Ady Fidelin, black model “hiding in plain sight”

This article is part of Overlooked, a series of obituaries of notable people whose deaths, beginning in 1851, went unreported in The Times. In a series of photographs from the summer of 1937, a group of close friends are captured enjoying a laid-back vacation in the south of France, swimming, …

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Oklahoma City artist seeks former classmate of Francis Tuttle to return valuable photo

OKLAHOMA CITY (KFOR) – An Oklahoma City artist is on a quest to reunite a mother with a treasured image and artwork. For 17 years she searched for the rightful owner without success. Luther Police Investigate Fiber Optic Line Vandalism “I’m an old school artist,” said Sonja Olson. “I use …

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Coa voted best bar in Asia for the second consecutive year – Drinks International

Jigger & Pony from Singapore again took second place, ensuring the top two positions were unchanged from the 2021 list, while new entry Argo from Hong Kong completed the podium. Coa was launched in 2017 by bartender-owner Jay Khan with a focus on agave spirits. It first entered the list …

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Rare photographs of the Royal Family at the Badminton Horse Trials in the 1980s

The British Royal Family’s love of horses is well known – and now a collection of rare photographs has surfaced showing the Queen, Prince Philip and their children enjoying days at the Badminton Horse Trials in the 1980s as the event returns after a two-year hiatus. . Taken by photographer …

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Random: Pixel Artist Reinvents Super Mario Sunshine as a GBA Version

Image: Nintendo Life Super Mario Sun is arguably one of the best 3D Mario games ever released, but have you ever wondered what it would look like if it was ported to the Game Boy Advance around the same time as its original GameCube release in 2002? If so, wonder …

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How Craft Beer Connoisseur Bar Spuyten Duyvil turned into an Amaro hotspot

Williamsburg Spuyten Duyvil (359 Metropolitan Ave.) has grown from a dedicated craft beer bar to a quintessential drinking destination with hundreds of well-rounded drink options. Spuyten Duyvil was one of the first craft beer bars in the area, opened in 2003, and is celebrating its twentieth anniversary. Now, the menu …

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Letters from Celia Paul to Gwen John

Celia Paul, The way home2020, oil on canvas, 22 1/8 x 25 x 1 3/8″. LETTERS TO GWEN JOHN. BY CELIA PAUL. New York Review Books, 2022. 352 pages. IF TRUTH AND ARTIFICE OPPOSED, we would have neither painting, nor poetry, nor speech, nor life. Yet there is a tension, …

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Concept Artist ‘Shang-Chi’ Reveals Different Designs For The Ten Rings

A Concept Artist Known For His Work With Marvel And DC Movies Reveals Some Alternate Designs For The Ten Rings Last Year Shang-Chi and the Legend of the Ten Rings. The amount of detail in the artwork is admirable, regardless of your overall opinion of the film. The new images …

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Government warns private TV stations over Delhi riots and coverage of Ukraine-Russia conflict

NEW DELHI: In a strong advisory to private television stations, the government said on Saturday that some debates on coverage of the Ukrainian-Russian conflict and the Delhi riots had provocative and socially unacceptable language, and it opposed headlines such as ‘Parmanu (nuclear) Putin’ and ‘Ali, Bali aur Khalbali (trouble)’. While …

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Dream teams up with black female photographers for the 2022 season

ATLANTA, Georgia (April 23, 2022) – The Atlanta Dream and Black Women Photographers today announced a new collaboration that will make photographer Allie Jest the Dream the official photographer for the 2022 WNBA season. “This partnership is truly a dream come true. As someone who grew up watching the game …

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Artist Kenny Scharf honored at the TriBeCa Ball

“I used to think Bob Colacello was the most popular person I know, but now I think Kenny might be,” said David Kratz, president of the New York Academy of Art, who has paid tribute to Kenny Scharf, the artist and contemporary of Keith Haring. and Jean-Michel Basquiat, at his …

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CACIQUE FOODS LLC PARTNERS WITH RENOWNED MIXOLOGIST ERICK CASTRO AND COCKTAIL COURIER TO LAUNCH “QUESO AND COCKTAILS” KITS FOR CINCO DE MAYO

Cacique’s limited-edition “Queso and Cocktails” kits include three Cacique Quesos (cheeses) – Queso Blanco Queso Dip, Ranchero Brand Queso Fresco and Oaxaca (pronounced Wah-HAH-kah) – along with all the ingredients needed to shake the signature margaritas designed by Eric Castro to match each one perfectly: “The “White by Mayo” contains …

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Keira Knightley Voices German Jewish Artist In History’s Crosshairs

In a better world, the animated feature “Charlotte,” about a prolific young Jewish painter who was murdered in the Holocaust, wouldn’t seem so uncomfortably immediate and timely in the 21st century. But behold, with hateful rhetoric on the rise in political discourse and marginalized groups once again demonized and legislated. …

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Adobe: Stock Photographer Matelli Graves on Creating Opportunity and Telling Multigenerational Stories

Adobe Stock photographer Matelli Graves talks about creating opportunity and telling multi-generational stories Credit: Adobe Stock / Matelli Graves. For Adobe Stock photographer Matelli Graves, it all started with his mother’s Canon AE-1 camera. Born in Ohio and raised in California, Graves remembers it vividly. “When I was about two …

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OBITUARY | Manga artist Fujiko A Fujio of “Ninja Hattori-kun” fame

Manga artist Fujiko A. Fujio died on April 7. The famous artist is the author of Manga roads, a comedy series in which he recounts his days as an apprentice. He was 88 years old. Manga roads (Shogakukan, series) is considered a bible for budding manga artists. And that made …

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Tattooed ‘trouple’ upsets Christian neighbors with their relationship

When a ‘troupe’ bought a new home together to cement their three-way relationship, they had no idea their unusual romance would offend them. A group living in a Christian community has detailed the abuse they face from their neighbors who claimed their unusual relationship was “not what God intended”. Tattoo …

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Hermann Nitsch (1938–2022) – Artforum International

Viennese actionist Hermann Nitsch, who poured blood, entrails, flesh, howling choirs and gasoline into works bristling with a primal energy, electric and often targeting religion or fascism, died April 18 in Mistelbach, Austria, at the age of eighty. -three following a long illness. Widely renowned for an oeuvre encompassing crucifixions, …

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York nightclub photographer quits job to move to Ukrainian border to help refugees

Edward Matthews is a nightlife photographer. Well, he was – until a trip to the edge of the war zone in Eastern Europe changed everything. York nightclubs hired him to take pictures of people enjoying a night out and then share scrapbooks on social media the next day. But Edward …

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One artist’s trash is another’s treasure

In 2007, Carmelo Midili was a student at the Art Students League of New York, working a night maintenance job at school as part of his work-study program. One day, in the garbage cans of the school in Midtown Manhattan, he stumbles upon a treasure: anonymous paintings, apparently destined for …

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How casino workers are pushing for a smoking ban in Atlantic City

For Pete Naccarelli, working at the Borgata casino during the pandemic felt like a vacation – and not because there were fewer gamblers. Smoking has been banned for the past two years, a nod to the COVID-19 respiratory infection that has claimed so many lives. But as soon as Governor …

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His barber flies out of London to give him a $20,000 haircut – The sultan of Brunei’s ridiculously luxurious life that makes the oligarchs look poor – His 1,700-room palace dwarfs Buckingham Palace, he flies in a gold-plated Boeing 747 and owns a fleet of 7,000 cars.

He was once the richest person in the world and currently has an estimated net worth of around US$28 billion. The Sultan of Brunei, Hassanal Bolkiah, is also the country’s Prime Minister. Sultan Hassanal Bolkiah of Brunei graduated from the same military academy as Princes William and Harry. Photo: Reuters …

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Photographs are more than pictures, they are works of art

OCEAN SPRINGS, Miss. There’s probably no one in Ocean Springs who is more “sociable” than Charlie Taylor. Taylor and his wife, Ginny – Mrs. Ginny for the most part – have resided in their Lover’s Lane home since the mid-1980s. Over the years, particularly during his retirement years since the …

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For Tampa street artist, downtown is a canvas

Glen Baham, 27, poses for a portrait in front of his painting hanging on the wall at Kava Culture Kava Bar in downtown Tampa on Friday, April 8, 2022. Baham is a BMX enthusiast and Jimmy John’s delivery driver who has had an unexpected epiphany after getting caught spray painting …

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Fish fry fundraiser for Elrama Tavern owners and employees

A fish fry fundraiser was held on Friday to raise money for a Washington County tavern that burned down in March. Watch the report: click on the video player above. The fry from the Floreffe fire station on State Street sold out around 1 p.m. Organizers said 765 sandwiches were …

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French actor Michel Bouquet dies at 96

Michel Bouquet, an award-winning French actor who brought an understated magnetism to classic stage roles and New Wave films, often playing bourgeois characters whose respectable appearance masked a turbulent and passionate inner life, died on April 13 in a hospital in Paris. He was 96 years old. His death was …

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Artist Spotlight: Boyish is moving full speed ahead to the recognition he deserves

Boyish is an indie rock duo that goes beyond what it means to be musicians in an industry that isn’t always about embracing individuality. Formed by India Shore and Claire Altendahl in 2016, the two met while attending Berklee College of Music. Shore needed a guitarist for an audition tape …

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Burlington-based photographer returns from Ukraine

BURLINGTON, Vermont (WCAX) – Burlington-based photographer James Buck has just returned from Ukraine, where he worked with the humanitarian aid group Project Hope. On Wednesday, he shared his photos with a handful of people at Burlington City Arts. Buck says that by sharing his photos, he hopes people will look …

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No penalty for ODP for December assault on boss

Last Thursday, the Boston Licensing Board ruled that American Legion Old Dorchester Post 65 at Adams Corner could not have saved a man from being punched and knocked unconscious on December 27, leaving him so close to death that police have called the homicide unit. In case. The panel voted …

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French authorities seize Oligarch’s painting before he left for Russia

The spokesman declined to say where the work was taking place, “for obvious security reasons”. Until April 3, the two paintings were exhibited at the Louis Vuitton Foundation in Paris as part of “The Morozov Collection: Icons of Modern Art”, a huge exhibition of works that belonged to Russian textile …

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3 couples demand wedding photos after local photographer allegedly took their money and ran away

Almost a year later, with no response, a bride is still waiting for her wedding photos from photographer Donny Tidmore. AUSTIN, Texas — A group of brides are making a final appeal after they say Pflugerville-based photographer Donny Tidmore captured their wedding photos, took the money and ghosted them. Their …

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British Columbia artist succeeds in injecting Star Wars imagery into local landscapes – BC

A BC-based artist is making waves with a series of designs that integrate Star Wars into the local landscape. Mexican artist David Aste now lives in Vancouver. He tried to build his brand here and stumbled across an idea that got a lot of feedback. Read more: BC Filmmaker Helps …

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Step into Hatch Local, Richmond’s new food hall

RICHMOND, Va. – Some of your favorite Richmond restaurants have teamed up and opened in one location. Local outbreaka Richmond food hall, is now open on Hull Street in Manchester. WTVR Hatch Local in Richmond, Virginia Hatch Local consists of seven restaurants: Buttermilk + HoneySinceroThe Beet BoxOdyssey fishFat kid sandwichesKing …

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Early Childhood, Career and More Updates!

RuPaul has a net worth of $60 million and is an American actor, drag queen, model, author, and music artist. He is widely regarded as America’s most successful drag queen. Youth and early career RuPaul Andre Charles, or simply RuPaul, was born on November 17, 1960 in San Diego, California. …

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Madawaska-based photographer takes photos to remind people of home

MADAWASKA, Maine — This Madawaska resident, known for sharing scenic landscapes in the St. John Valley, said he started capturing scenes after turning his cellphone into a smartphone. Many who follow the Positively Aroostook, Just Looking Around, My Aroostook and Everything Maine Facebook groups may be familiar with the daily …

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Santa Fe artist canonizes everyday saints through trash-based paint and collage

Santa Fe artist Erin Currier poses with two of her paintings, “Flamenco! II,” left, and “Leo Baker” in his studio. (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal) Erin Currier’s portraits capture passion despite the plight of human suffering. The self-described nomad wields her paintbrush to represent those who are motivated by a deeper aesthetic …

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Florida groups spread harm reduction message to spring breakers

In the days that followed a group of West Point Cadets during spring break were sickened by fentanyl-containing cocaine at a house party in South Florida, community activists took action. They bombarded beaches, warned springs of an increase in recreational drugs cut with the dangerous synthetic opioid and offered an …

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It happened today – this day in history

1413: Henry V is crowned King of England. 1483: Edward V (age 12) succeeds his father Edward IV as King of England. He is never crowned, and disappears presumed murdered, after being incarcerated in the Tower of London with his younger brother Richard. 1553: Death of the French writer François …

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A surfer photographer captures the power and beauty of the waves

Ever since he started surfing in Hawaii at the age of 5, Clark Little has been fascinated by the beauty and power of the waves. He became known for surfing the Waimea Bay shorebreak where waves often reach heights of 25 feet. Little became fascinated with capturing his unique perspective …

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‘Love will prevail’: Gig Harbor artist’s mural in favor of Ukraine vandalized

A mural made in support of vandalized Ukraine Gig Harbor artist isn’t letting vandals stop her efforts to show support for Ukraine through her art GIG HARBOUR, Washington. – A mural in support of Ukraine has been vandalized in Gig Harbor, just hours after local artist Hillarie Ickerson completed it. …

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With Citrus Costs Soaring, Make This Bartenders Lime ‘Super Juice’ Hack

A few years ago, Gustavo Arellano reported in a THE TACO piece that lime often costs to skyrocket in the spring, forcing many taquerías to temporarily switch to lemons in order to control costs. If my recent experience squeezing a lemon wedge on a burrito is any indicator, then the …

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More people should watch this Genius Sci-Fi TV show on Prime Video

Tatiana Maslany does indeed play in Orphan Black. Amazon Prime Video black orphan is a classic of modern science fiction that is coming back into the public consciousness for multiple reasons. The first is that star Tatiana Maslany is playing now She-Hulk in a next wonder series. The second is …

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The Stormys: Winners of the Stormys Photographer of the Year 2022

The second annual Storm Photos of the Year competition has announced its winners for 2022. Affectionately called “The Stormys”, the contest is led by veteran storm/landscape photographer Mike Olbinski. When we spoke to him last year, he said the contest was created with the aim of running a photo contest …

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Inverness artist holds special exhibition at Dunnellon | Entertainment

Ro Martinez from Inverness embraced the opportunities life presented to him and lived a multi-faceted life. Now an op and abstract artist, Martinez is hosting an art exhibit on April 23 for Earth Day at Rainbow Springs Art in the Dunnellon Gallery. Born in Colombia, Martinez moved with her family …

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Shrubs and the bygone era of the bartender

Why vinegar? The basic idea was to preserve fruit for later eating, when the idea of ​​modern refrigeration was not yet conceptualized. Vinegar being an exceptional preservative, it not only retained the flavors of the berries, but when this leftover product was mixed with water, it became the very first …

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Army veteran who served five years in Iraq faces deportation

Photo by Giles Penfound/British Army via Getty Images In early March, Joram Nechironga was put on a bus from Colnbrook Immigration Removal Center in west London to Heathrow Airport. The father-of-two, who served in the British army on the frontline of the Iraq war from 2002 to 2007, was about …

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Firefighters hold fundraisers for Arnold’s emergency scene photographer who lost a leg

Steven Matto takes some of the most intense fire scene photos ever. It’s just that most people don’t get to see them. Matto, 54, is the official photographer for many fire companies in the Alle-Kiski Valley, documenting more than 700 emergencies. His photos are used by fire companies to document …

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Rob’s Weather Artist of the Day for Monday April 4

Visitors to the Lowcountry booking longer stays, helping … 23 minutes ago Parking problems persist as beach season begins 50 minutes ago Rob’s Weather Artist of the Day 2 hours ago OCSO – Man wanted for urinating on church doors 2 hours ago Ukrainian tennis player talks about tournament and …

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31% of respondents said it was their favorite character from Star Trek: Deep Space Nine

Everyone’s favorite Ferengi bartender, Quark, comes out on top with an overwhelming 31% of the votes! Played by Armin Shimerman, Quark is a businessman first, a bartender second, and a third brother, but beyond that, don’t expect too much. He’s a conniving survivor, though over the show’s seven seasons he …

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British National Gallery renames Edgar Degas drawing ‘Ukrainian Dancers’

Edgar Degas’ famous drawing previously titled ‘Russian Dancers’ will now be known as ‘Ukrainian Dancers’ after being renamed by the National Gallery in London. Photo courtesy of the National Gallery April 3 (UPI) — Edgar Degas’ famous drawing previously titled ‘Russian Dancers’ will now be known as ‘Ukrainian Dancers’ after …

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A photographer and a not-so-sure journalist join a team of crab fishers on the Bering Sea

My initial entry on the FV Pinnacle was not one to inspire confidence in this reporter’s seamanship. In the dark of a snowy January evening at the Aleutian Islands port of Dutch Harbor, Alaska, I slipped. For a brief moment, I clung with both arms to a crane as my …

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Youngsville glass artist finds beauty in colorful shards | Louisiana News

By LEIGH GUIDRY, The Advertiser YOUNGSVILLE, La. (AP) — Dawn Savoy calls her art studio her happy place. This is where she can create, come up with new ideas and find something exciting among shards of colored glass and metal. “When I go in there with the glass and play, …

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Zoey Shea Dobransky, 22, from Carthage

Zoey Shea Dobransky, 22, of Carthage, New York, died March 18, 2022 surrounded by her beloved mother and father Denise and Derrick Kiggins and her husband, David Dobransky.(Source: Funeral Home) CARTHAGE, New York (WWNY) – Zoey Shea Dobransky, 22, of Carthage, New York, died March 18, 2022 surrounded by her …

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Archaeology: World’s oldest intact shipwreck ‘changed’ scientific understanding | Science | News

Italy: Roman-era shipwreck discovered by Arpa Black Sea shipwrecks are generally very well preserved compared to those discovered in similar periods in different areas, especially the Mediterranean, due to the low oxygen levels in the shallow waters. Maritime archaeologists and oceanographers therefore use the waters of the Black Sea to …

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Grand Teton cancels plan to require photographer permits

JACKSON, Wyo. (AP) — Grand Teton National Park is reversing its plan to require portrait photographers to obtain permits to take wedding photos during the upcoming tourist season after hearing complaints from photographers and First Amendment lawyers. Earlier this year, the park announced that it would require wedding photographers who …

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Join Artist Carl Homstad for an Online Tour Tuesday with the Vesterheim Museum at Decorah

DECORAH — Artist Carl Homstad continues online virtual tours and live Q&A sessions Tuesday at 2 p.m. as part of “An Artist’s Journey: Carl Homstad, 50 Years” exhibit in Vesterheim, the National Norwegian- American Museum and Folk Art School. The free event requires prior registration. Sign up at vesterheim.org to …

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Baylor freshman no longer has life-threatening peanut allergy thanks to medical study

Barrington, Illinois, freshman Stirling Cope decreases his peanut allergy by developing a tolerance. Grace Everett | Photographer By Matt Kyle | Personal editor Growing up in Barrington, Illinois, freshman Stirling Cope had to live under strict conditions. He and his family had to be constantly vigilant against any possible exposure …

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Movies that save the best for last

Writer-director Céline Sciamma has a lot of talent, but her greatest talent might be finding the perfect endings for her films. “Portrait of a Lady on Fire,” her landmark 2019 lesbian romance, is a slow burn with a powerful conclusion. Amorous tensions gradually arise between the painter Marianne and her …

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This photographer took a journey to find out what it means to be German

With this knowledge, the foundation of Piepke’s life seemed to falter a little. And that made him wonder if he really knew his country. He began to wonder what it meant to be “German”. Along with this fundamental question, Piepke began to ask questions such as “How do we interpret …

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Heidi Duckler Dance Announces 2022 Artist-in-Residence Program

Los Angeles-based dance company Heidi Duckler Dance has announced the Artist in Residence @ Heidi Duckler Dance program, a program that centers cultural and artistic exchange, nurtures experimentation, and supports the research and development of new work. “The idea of ​​hosting an artist residency came about when our company returned …

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Make this delicious citrus syrup with just two ingredients

Photo: Claire Bass The citrus season is coming to an end and I am disgusted. I’ve been binging on Sumo citrus for weeks now, trying to squeeze as much vibrant, tangy sweetness into my mouth as possible until the bumpy fruit is gone for the year. In an attempt to …

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The Oltrarno Gaze inspires the female gaze: an artist’s experience

Elisabeth Chaplin’s Blue Background Self-portrait with a red shawl is the color of my first memories of Oltrarno: the blue sky of the Madonna above the Church of Santo Spirito as I returned home in the early evening after a day of classes at the British Institute. Female Gaze by …

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Filipino photographer Nico Sepe launches ‘Co-Labs’ exhibition in Bangkok – Manila Bulletin

His subjects are artists with special needs who have discovered how to express themselves using different art mediums. “Beauty, pure without vanity!” This is how Filipino photographer Nico Sepe describes his latest exhibition titled “Co-Labs”. Opened at the Bangkok Art & Culture Center (BACC), the collection showcases his recent works …

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Syrian clarinetist and visual artist collaborate on La Jolla stage to explore idea of ​​’home’

Syrian clarinetist and composer Kinan Azmeh vividly remembers watching the 2011 uprising in his native country on television from New York. The government’s violent response left many dead and triggered a huge exodus of refugees. “I can’t describe the magnitude of this,” said Azmeh, who became a US citizen last …

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6 New and Unique Dining Experiences in Las Vegas

Some people go to Vegas to gamble, I’m going to eat. My husband, Jason, and I have been coming here for over two decades and never tire of all the dining experiences Sin City has to offer. What makes the Las Vegas food scene so exciting is the constant array …

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“My jaw just dropped completely”

A New York photographer is defending himself after a modeling agent and former model criticized him in a TikTok post about test rates with some of his clients. Megan Mesveskas created Model Nexus after spending years trying to make it in the industry herself. When she became a manager, she …

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Inside one of SF’s last Market Street artist communes

In 2019, when I wasn’t sure what I wanted to do with my life, I found myself sitting in a neon-lit beige conference room on 6th and Market. The guy sitting across from me was introducing his new startup that would somehow manage influencers while measuring their performance online, or …

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How the Aviation Cocktail Got Its Name

Once known as the “forgotten classic”, Aviation became one of the most famous gin cocktails in bars across the United States for a period of time. A blue-hued lavender drink, Aviation is a renowned gin cocktail made by shaking well and serving straight away. It is a Gin Sour but …

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