Rude Drink by Vir Sanghvi: world-class cocktails

I’m sure most of you have heard of Ranveer Brar, Kunal Kapoor, Ritu Dalmia, Manu Chandra, and Hussain Shahzad. So here is my question. Have you heard of Yangdup Lama? I guess most of you haven’t. And that is a real shame. Lama is by far the best bartender in …

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Godzilla Concept Artist Shares Roaring Titanus Tiamat Design

Character designer Dopepope reveals stunning concept art of Titanus Tiamat from Godzilla, the Serpentine Titan from MonsterVerse from Legendary. Creature and character creator Dopepope has revealed concept art for Godzilla’s Titanus Tiamat. Dopepope posted images of the MonsterVerse Titan on Twitter. Emphasizing her serpentine body, the art shows Tiamat ready …

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Raising the bar at home

The pandemic, for those who seemed to have unlimited time and enthusiasm, began with the publication of photographs of delicately iced cupcakes and gooey banana bread; many of them have now moved on to articles on mental health and anxiety management. However, when it comes to drinking at home, things …

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Art Review: GSA Showcase 2021, Glasgow School of Art

Triffid, by Emma Mcandrew D’Souza GSA 2021 showcase, Glasgow School of Art **** It is difficult to be an art student during a pandemic year. The now-graduating cohort completed their courses with limited access to studios, equipment, or face-to-face support. Some have made it so far from Glasgow, Middlesborough or …

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Local artists featured in Penny Press

Do you know the penny presses you find in national parks? Put in four quarters and a penny and he’ll spit out a crushed coin with a monument on it. Well, forget everything you thought you knew about penny presses. This summer, the Minnesota Artists Penny Press, a project led …

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Janet Malcolm (1934-2021) – Artforum International

Janet Malcolm, longtime writer for the New Yorker who has influenced generations of essayists and journalists with her sharp, lucid prose and fearless approach to controversial subjects, has died today in New York at the age of eighty-six. The news was first announced on Twitter by his colleagues at the …

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Country Music Artist Jessica Lynn Turns On StraxAR ™ For Groundbreaking, Immersive AR Content Embedded In Her Debut Solo Album Lone Rider

NEW YORK, June 17, 2021 / PRNewswire / – Emerging sensation of country music, Jessica lynn (“Run To”; “Let’s Don’t”; “Crazy Idea”) announced today that their upcoming new album, lonely rider, will be fully integrated with immersive AR video content created by StraxAR â„¢ – the augmented reality (AR) distribution …

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Palace Theater hosts family film for Father’s Day

Family movie for Father’s Day at the Marion Palace Theater MARION – The Palace Cultural Arts Association (PCAA) is pleased to announce that the Father’s Day weekend film at the Marion Palace Theater will be “Dream Horse,” rated PG. The Palace Theater is located at 276 W. Center St. in …

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Summer cocktails recipes from northern Italy

Bartender Josh Quick from North Italia Restaurant shared recipes for summer cocktails. (see recipes below) Along with the summer solstice, North Italia will be launching an all-day happy hour every Monday from June 21 until September 6. Plus, there will be nine new cocktails on the menu, crafted by North …

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Bartender recounts fatal 6th Street shooting in Austin

AUSTIN, Texas – One person was killed and thirteen others were injured in a mass shooting on 6th Street in downtown Austin over the weekend. A bartender who witnessed the shooting recounted the moments of chaos and panic that followed. “From what I know, the shooting happened like in that …

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artist Valpo lives his dream | Business

After that, Biancardi continued to draw cartoons in different places, including birthday parties and even health fairs. The Valparaiso schools also asked him, when he was a high school student, to draw individual caricatures of the football players, coaches and managers of the Valparaiso high school. This has led to …

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Deal made to save Camden’s MLK house

Dr. King in the Philadelphia area King was a student at Crozer Theological Seminary in suburban Philadelphia at the time, staying with friends in Camden in the summer of 1950. Members of the Hunt family recalled that King was notified by Hunt’s husband, the late Jesthroe Hunt, that black people …

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7 famous letters: NPR

On-air challenge: Each answer today is a famous person, past or present, whose last name has 7 letters. I’ll give you a word or phrase that contains these letters in order from left to right (not consecutively) and a clue for that person. You name the person. Example: CAME AROUND …

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What happened on June 13?

Here’s a look at what happened that day, June 13, throughout history. We remember the news, events and people who have shaped the course of history forever. 1950 | Parliament passed a law through Population Registration Act No. 30 of 1950 to separate the South African people into four races …

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Westbury Arts Center debut features disaster master artist

When the Twin Towers collapsed and Francisco Poblet was seriously injured in the chaos that followed, the renowned artist – and the last living apprentice of the surrealist master Salvador Dalí – began to paint the horrors that surrounded him. Years later, when coastal waters hit and Super Storm Sandy …

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Audubon Nature Photography Contest Adds Accomplished Judge

June 12 — The 2021 Nature Photography Contest presented by Audubon Community Nature Center of Jamestown will be judged by nature art photographer Karen Glosser. In his judge’s post on the contest website, Glosser said, “Planet Earth, our incredible home, is filled with wonder, awe and incredible beauty. At every …

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Jewish photographer and resistance fighter

Schulman kept his camera until his death, claiming he had “seen it all” (Unknown / Jewish Partisan Educational Foundation) Faye Schulman, a Jew photographer who spent two years as a supporter resistance fighting on the Eastern Front during WWII and also captured the atrocities committed by the nazis, died at …

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Saudi artist’s paintings help sell luxury Hollywood properties

Saudi women passionate about science invited to participate in the 2021 Inspiring Women in Science Award JEDDAH: Research scientists, women promoting science to girls and young women in Saudi Arabia have been encouraged to submit nominations for the 2021 Inspiring Women in Science Award.The award, initiated by Nature Research Awards …

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Pulitzers quote teenager who filmed Floyd’s murder

NEW YORK (AP) – The latest information on the Pulitzer Prizes 2021: MINNEAPOLIS – The teenager whose video documenting the death of George Floyd sparked a worldwide movement against racial injustice has received a special Pulitzer Prize citation. Darnella Frazier was cited “for bravely recording the murder of George Floyd, …

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A new festival presents musicians and their works

While the pandemic has seen many musicians kissing impromptu concerts from their bedrooms, others, it seems, have picked up an easel and paintbrush. Now, a three-day British chamber music festival aims to show how musicians, from pianists like Stephen Hough and Roger Vignoles to cellists like Nathaniel Boyd and Moray …

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Robert E. Casey 1943-2021 | News, Sports, Jobs

YOUNGSTOWN – Robert Emmett “Bob” Casey, 77, of the city’s West Side, died early Monday morning June 7, 2021 at Hospice House from complications of Parkinson’s disease surrounded by the love of his family and his friends. Bob was born June 21, 1943 in Youngstown, the son of the late …

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Portrait of a photographer | eKathimerini.com

As radical and influential as a photographer, Spyros Staveris is also surprisingly modest and gentle. We met on the occasion of the release of his book “There is nothing behind a photo”, published by Polis during confinement. It is mainly a work from the second half of the 1980s, after …

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Through its lens – richmondmagazine.com

Peeling paint. A vine winding through a painted wall. A close up of a brick. These are some of the photographers Marie Garriques‘ Favourite subjects. Looking at her photographs, the first thing that comes to mind is her incredible ability to see beauty in the simplest of objects. When asked …

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Have the spoilers and cast of “The Bachelorette” 2021 changed?

ABC Katie Thurston’s key ‘Bachelorette’ art. Accompanied throughout this journey by former Bachelorettes Tayshia Adams and Kaitlyn Bristowe, Katie Thurston is set to meet her suitors during tonight’s Season 17 premiere. The bachelorette. Thurston first appeared in Matt James’ season The single person, but was eliminated during her one-on-one date. …

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SNEAK PEEK: The Delicacy OGN by IDW Publishing

Rare and delicious mushrooms cause trouble for an ambitious restaurateur in this lavishly painted graphic novel by one of Scotland’s most imaginative young cartoonists. This exciting page turner, a fascinating glimpse into the pressurized world of big city restaurants, is a must read for foodies, Anglophiles, Food Network fans, and …

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Brazilian artist recreates masterpieces with plastic waste

TORONTO – Large amounts of plastic bags, bottles and other garbage are commonplace on beaches in Brazil. But a Brazilian artist is using this waste to create his own interpretation of some of the world’s most renowned works of art. Eduardo Srur created replicas of paintings by masters of Picasso, …

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9 things to do in Suffolk for first-time visitors

Suffolk with its rivers, wide open spaces and miles of coastline is packed with natural wonders that are well worth a trip, but where do you start if you’re a first-time visitor? From fantastic walks in Constable County to the spectacular beaches of Covehithe and Dunwich at Framlingham Castle, here …

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Westfield artist’s piece to be presented | News, Sports, Jobs

Pictured is Audrey Dowling’s multimedia piece, “Transitioning,” which will be shown as part of the Schweinfurth Art Center’s “Made in NY” exhibit, Dowling is a resident of Westfield. AUBURN – Audrey Dowling from Westfield will have her multimedia article, “Transition” presented as part of the Schweinfurth Art Center’s “Made in …

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Photographer lights up porch sports cars in desert with drones

Photographer Baber Afzal created a series of surreal advertising campaigns titled “Reflections for Passion” for the luxury car brand Porsche using drones and luminous paint to create the futuristic visuals. Afzal is an award-winning landscape and art architecture photographer and filmmaker based in the Middle East. Afzel tells PetaPixel that …

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5 Top Rated & Top Rated Photographers in Jacksonville

Below is a list of Jacksonville’s top photographers. To help you find the best photographers located near you in Jacksonville, we’ve compiled our own list based on this list of review points. Jacksonville’s Top Photographers: Top Rated Photographers in Jacksonville are: Sarah Hedden Photography – a promising photographer who will …

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Maui chef turned driftwood artist inspires community

HONOLULU (HawaiiNewsNow) – A former teppanyaki chef on Maui is getting a lot of attention – but not for his cuisine, for his creative artwork. Cris Gutierrez had a successful teppanyaki restaurant business in Maui for 20 years. It closed last year when the coronavirus pandemic hit. “I kind of …

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Batman ’89 artist shares first look at Two-Face

Batman ’89 artist Joe Quinones has unveiled a first look at his version of Harvey Dent aka Two Face, inspired by the portrait of Billy Dee William! Batman ’89 will see the return of Harvey Dent by Billy Dee Williams, and artist Joe Quinones released the first look. Although Harvey …

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Diplomático launches Mixed Consciously cocktail composition

June 2, 2021 by Kate Malczewski Venezuelan rum producer Diplomático has opened applications for its UK cocktail competition, Mixed Consciously. The Diplomático cocktail competition champion will win a trip to the brand’s distillery in Venezuela Mixed Consciously tasks bartenders with creating cocktails with a focus on sustainability, for the chance …

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Newburgh tattoo artist part of growing Capitol plot case

Newburgh tattoo artist Roberto MInuta appeared remotely on Tuesday with a growing group of Oath Keepers accused of conspiracy and other crimes over their alleged roles in the January 6 Capitol riots. Four other militia members were indicted in an indictment unsealed in U.S. District Court in Washington, DC, over …

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Explore non-traditional mission fields with Wycliffe USA

International (MNN) – It is easy to think that only Bible translators or church planters are “qualified” for the mission field. Wycliffe United StatesChris Gassler says, “Missions have taken so many different shapes and forms, and I see people in many different professions doing a great and great job. Serve …

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