Vladimir Kazanevsky, a Ukrainian cartoonist, left his country during the war, but still satirizes Putin

Kazanevsky and his wife Lyudmila left town to Western Ukraine on a planned vacation. Yet for several days he was in a fog of shock. Barely sleeping, he continuously talked with his colleagues and watched the news. Then one night his creative hand was moved to pass judgment on what …

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Richard Ruth of Mount Pleasant remembered what he was going through – in a bar, fiercely independent | News

MOUNT PLEASANT – The late owner of an iconic East Cooper dive bar was remembered on March 18 with a family pub crawl at a pub full of well-wishers, where there were tears in the beers before it was be done. Richard M. Ruth Sr., owner of the former Richard’s …

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“Nobody can even find a picture of him. He’s quite mysterious’ – OMD’s Andy McCluskey on Maurice Wade | Culture

Andy McCluskey vividly remembers the first time he got up close to a Maurice Wade painting. The co-founder of Orchestral Maneuvers in the Dark was in a gallery in Hale, Cheshire, inquiring about a completely different piece of art when she stopped him in his tracks. “I walked in and …

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James Brown at Rikers, 50 years later: the photographer remembers a concert

Photographer remembers James Brown at Rikers James Brown performed a concert for inmates at Rikers Island on March 16, 1972. Photographer Diana Mara Henry was on stage and captured footage of the event. NEW YORK – It was March 16, 1972. Hundreds of fans were possibly getting the show of …

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GRAM Hosts Special Exhibit Highlighting Detroit Artist’s Work

LaughFest returns in person after a year of virtual… 4 hours ago Storm Team 8 Forecast: Dawn 031622 6 hours ago Gold trumps Swarm 12 hours ago MHSAA Basketball: Girls Quarter-Finals 12 hours ago Forecast Storm Team 8, 11 p.m.: 031522 12 hours ago Grand Haven is working to clean …

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HIMYM star Cobie Smulders makes a surprise appearance in the Season 1 finale of How I Met Your Father.

Fans of Fox’s hit sitcom How I Met Your Mother were treated to the Season 1 finale of How I Met Your Father, with Cobie Smulders returning as Robin Scherbatsky. The finale found Hilary Duff’s Sophie visiting the bar under Jesse’s (Chris Lowell) and Sid’s (Suraj Sharma) apartment, MacLaren’s, the …

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Piece by Piece – The Martha’s Vineyard Times

Unless you are a regular visitor to the Agricultural Fair showroom, you may never have had the chance to see the work of artist Sara McLane Kurth. Kurth may not consider herself an artist, but her hand-stitched quilts, which she keeps folded, stacked and safely stored in her Edgartown home, …

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Kelis’ husband, photographer Mike Mora, tragically dies aged 37 battling stage 4 stomach cancer

Kelis’ husband, photographer Mike Mora, tragically dies aged 37 after battling stage 4 stomach cancer By Brian Gallagher for Dailymail.com Published: 2:41 a.m. EDT, March 15, 2022 | Update: 2:41 a.m. EDT, March 15, 2022 The photography community and singer Kelis are in mourning after the tragic death of the …

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Another Case Filed Against Bridal Makeup Artist Aneez | Kochi News

Kochi: Kochi City Police has registered another case of sexual harassment against famous makeup artist Aneez Anzari. With this, a total of four cases have been registered against the fugitive. Police said they have yet to register a case regarding the complaint received from a Malayali woman staying in Australia. …

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The Best Irish Pubs and Bars in Greater Boston for St. Patrick’s Day

Breweries & Bars You can enjoy a pint of Guinness and more at these Irish bars this St. Patrick’s Day. The Black Rose in Boston. David L. Ryan/Globe Staff When looking for an Irish pub in Boston, whether it’s St. Patrick’s Day or any other day of the year, the …

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Hatay Assembly Adopts Turkish Lira as Official Currency

Hatay Assembly Adopts Turkish Lira as Official Currency March 14 is the 73rd day of the year (74th in leap years) according to the Gregorian calendar. The number of days left before the end of the year is 292. Railways On March 14, 1930, the law numbered 1673 approving the …

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The photographer revealed what was right before our eyes

In their March 2022 edition, Lower East magazine published an article by Jennifer Finney Boylan about our son, Alec Hartman, and his photography. And, through the end of April, the Vassalboro Library is hosting an exhibit featuring Maine images of Alec, who died in 2019. Many more of his photos …

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Artist uses drums to bring music therapy and education to Tyler’s daycare | Way of life

A local artist recently brought his program that uses drums as a medium of communication to children at a daycare center in Tyler. Casey “Muze” Williams created DrumTalk to share the healing effects of music with a focus on drums and vibrations, and on Monday he shared the program again …

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Suspect charged with OVI after witnesses report he hit snow bank: North Olmsted Police Blotter

NORTH OLMSTED, Ohio – OVI: Lorain Road North Olmsted Police Department at 1.20am on February 21 received a call from a Two Bucks bartender about an intoxicated man who left the bar in an SUV, hit a bench of snow in bar parking lot, then drove east. on Lorain Road, …

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Claus Dalby, the Danish gardening guru: “I select my flowers like a couture collection”

Claus Dalby, 58, is a Danish editor, floral artist and celebrated gardener with an enviable sense of style. Often described as the Scandinavian answer to Martha Stewart, Dalby has a worldwide fan base, with 33,500 subscribers to the English version of his YouTube channel and 428,000 followers on Instagram (where …

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Column: Why there are so few female wildlife photographers, according to Melissa Groo

Melissa Groo with camera in Yellowstone National Park, Wyoming. Photo by Sarah Killingsworth. By Anne W. Semmes It was great to get to know my wildlife photographer daughter, Melissa Groo, who recently traveled over spring break with her 16 year old daughter and her husband to Costa Rica. Melissa takes …

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Central Texas-bound artist returns for spring at silos

Sophia Keys is following in the footsteps of her grandmother, a glass artist who lives in Mexia WACO, Texas — Sophia Keys arrived in central Texas loaded into a minivan with her mother, her favorite ceramics packed away and ready for her very first spring at Magnolia Silos. “My grandma …

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How to Never Forget to Close Your Bar Tab Again, According to a Renowned Memory Expert

This margarita erased my memory banks One painfully frosty Sunday morning in 2013, I stood shyly outside a bar in my college town called KAM’s, watching a bartender leaf through a shoebox full of IDs and credit cards as if they were old baseball cards. Somewhere in that pile was …

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Model Guinevere van Seenus becomes a photographer

His world outside of the industry was shrinking. She said, “I never wanted to say no at work. I really got lucky. Any time Paolo Roversi or Craig McDean or Steven Meisel would call, it would be a sure yes. And then the parades take up a good part of …

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Recording artist Apropos returns to the Willis Show Bar on Thursday

Detroit recording artist Apropos will have his first live performance since the pandemic began at the Willis Show Bar on Thursday, the same venue where he met legendary Detroit-born singer-songwriter Allee Willis. Willis co-wrote “September” and “Boogie Wonderland” for Earth, Wind & Fire, and “What Did I Do To Deserve …

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8 Artists Who Had Breakout Moments At London’s March 2022 Auctions

In an interview with the Guardian In 2015, promising art student Rachel Jones said, “The dream is that I will make just enough money from my art to paint all day, every day.” Seven years later, this dream seems to have been fully realized. There were plenty of warning signs …

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How the war in Ukraine hurt a Lukoil gas station owner on Long Island

Hello. It’s Wednesday. We’ll look at New York area gas stations that are under pressure due to the Russian invasion of Ukraine. We will also discover a tree in Miami Beach with a guardian in SoHo. Ganesh Lall is a gas station owner in Lynbrook, NY, who did not expect …

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Rapper knocks out photographer’s camera and throws him out on the street

Some musicians are known to be…well, not really fond of cameras, at least not at their gigs. But British rapper Dizzee Rascal (Dylan Kwabena Mills) has taken it to a whole new level. Mills was recently caught on camera dropping a camera from a photographer. As if that weren’t enough, …

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artists around the world create powerful art in solidarity

As much of the world rallies around the people of Ukraine, from celebrities helping to raise money for refugees to brands severing ties with Russia or closing offices, artists are also doing their part to show their solidarity. The famous design company Pentagram this week published an illustration with the …

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Artist of the Week: Annalisa Stroppa

Annalisa Stroppa is at the peak of her career, performing on the major stages of the opera world and singing a varied repertoire that spans Verdi, Donizetti, Bizet, Offenbach, Puccini and Bellini. This week, she returns to one of her iconic roles in Bellini’s “Norma.” The mezzo-turned-bel canto specialist has …

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Never run out of juice on the go again with this discounted power bank

the HenHot Portable Charger ($21.99) from Amazon. Amazon Never be that person who has to ask the bartender if he can charge your phone for you with this deal on portable power banks on Amazon. Right now you can get a convenient HenHot Power Bank for around $22 instead of …

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Peaky Blinders: The Real Diana Mitford, Blackshirts and British Fascism

Unlike many others who shared Diana Mosley’s politics in the 1930s but later distanced themselves in the aftermath of the Holocaust, she remained unrepentant about her Nazi sympathies, anti-Semitism and fascist beliefs. “When we knew Hitler, he had not committed his crimes,” Diana argued in 1977, saying that other dictators, …

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Want to be a better portrait photographer? Put yourself in front of someone else’s lens

When was the last time you had your picture taken? I mean, not just a quick selfie or vacation photo, but a real portrait of yourself taken by another photographer? For most of us, this is often the case with the cobbler’s children who don’t have shoes. We are so …

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Artists Restore Historic Fort Worth House, Open Collaborative Project Space – NBC 5 Dallas-Fort Worth

Two renowned North Texas artists are transforming their grandmother’s century-old home into a place where artists and neighbors can celebrate their community. They hope its location in the Polytechnic Heights neighborhood of Fort Worth will inspire the next generation. Portraits of artist Sedrick Huckaby can be seen in museums around …

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Tilde~: Australia’s first raw vodka

Vanguard Luxury Brands has released an Australian first – a raw vodka called tilde~. It’s the result of two years of R&D, which began by talking to Australia’s top bartenders about what was missing behind the bar. A resounding aversion to vodka was what returned. Evan Stroeve, creator of the …

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REVIEW // What we saw at ‘Frieze Week’ in Los Angeles, February 17-20 – Scout Magazine

Return to Los Angeles with me, where I spent a long weekend immersed in art, visiting art fairs and galleries for Frieze Week. While Frieze may have been the main event attracting out-of-town visitors, the concurrent Felix and Spring/Break fairs, each with their own distinct vibe, and numerous exhibition openings …

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Former Herald writer and photographer publishes book about historic lighthouse | Community

The historic Bolivar Point Lighthouse turns 150 in 2022 and is in dire need of preservation. The historic lighthouse has survived many natural disasters, including the infamous storms of 1900 and 1915, Hurricane Ike, and hurricanes before such storms had names. A new book, “The Bolivar Point Lighthouse” by Denise …

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The tattoo artist always wants to push himself when creating pieces

Albuquerque-based tattoo artist Chris Partain is celebrating 30 years as a tattoo artist. (Courtesy of Chris Partain) March 14, 1992. It was Chris Partain’s first time buying a tattoo kit and had his first customer. Three decades have passed and Partain is still creating art. After a few years away …

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Asheville City Council member Kim Roney announces her candidacy for mayor

Member of the Asheville City Council Kim Roney has joined the mayoral race. Roney announced his intention to appear in a March 3 Facebook posta day before the filing deadline, and said while running that she was urging Asheville residents to move her “from one warm seat to a warmer …

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Photographer’s family stuck in Ukraine | Local

DAILY ELKO ELKO – Local artists have set up a fund to help a photographer get his wife and children out of war-torn Ukraine. Irakli Dzneladze is one of two photographers from the Republic of Georgia who exhibited their work at the Northeastern Nevada Museum in 2019. He and his …

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‘Faith Ringgold: American People’ finally pays its contribution to the artist

His most famous efforts in this regard are his narrative quilts – in effect, paintings on quilted fabric – which relay both real and fictional aspects of his life and memories, as well as allusions to black history. and women. The quilts cover a wide range of both political and …

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Solana Hacker House, Grit Daily House Ally for activations during SxSW

Austin, TX: Solana Hacker House, Austin’s contribution to the Solana Hacker House World Tour, and Grit Daily House, the flagship event of Grit Daily, the award-winning media that covers more than 8,000 startups with “sister” publication, BlockTelegraph, teamed up on their events during SxSW 2022. Officially recognized by Solana, at …

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Keely Hodgkinson to lead Team GB charge at World Indoors

The 19-year-old from Leigh, who is coached by Wigan’s Trevor Painter and his wife Jenny Meadows, is part of a 33-man squad announced by British Athletics. Hodgkinson joins 2018 world indoor 60m hurdles champion Andrew Pozzi, who secured his place with victory at the UK Indoor Championships last weekend in …

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Rockport Alumni Lecture Series to Feature 2 Photographers

Shown is “Amidst the Rain” by Susan Burnstein, one of two photographers to be the next presenters of the alumni lecture series. Photo submitted ROCKPORT — Two photographers, Susan Burnstine and Justyne Davis, are set to be the next presenters for the Alumni Lecture Series, a weekly online series offered …

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artist fernando abellanas pedals down a sewer with ‘enlace’

from a studio to a bike a few years ago, industrial designer and self-taught artist fernando abellanas build a workshop under the viaduct of a road bridge at Spainembodying the art of micro-dwelling. now he is back with another project exhibited at SET espai d’art until march 26, commissioned by …

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War in Ukraine could impact beer prices

MILWAUKEE (WISN) — Prices are rising, and now even the war in Ukraine could make you pay more for the beer you drink. “Ukraine accounts for about 20% of beer barley consumption. It is one of the world’s top five producers of barley, so brewers, particularly globally, will be watching …

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A Wedding Photographer Reveals The 10 Worst Mistakes Guests Made During The Ceremony

A wedding photographer has shared the best ways guests can ruin photos on a couple’s big day, from spilling wine to not looking at the camera. Award-winning photographer Elaine Green has photographed over 400 weddings since 2004, and over the years she’s seen it all. Green from Canada said Newsweek …

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Concept artist reinvents the Macintosh for modern times

Concept designer Ian Zelbo, who was previously known for working with leakers like Jon Prosser, has created a modern reimagining of the original Macintosh. The design tastefully blends old and new, preserving the aesthetics and adding a webcam, HDMI and USB Type-C ports. “Nostalgia is a very strong emotion, as …

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Saanich MMA fighter hopes to go from bartender to world champion – Saanich News

Fresh off his first big win, a mixed martial arts fighter from Saanich has his sights set on a world heavyweight title. Dustin Joynson was 19 and working as a bartender when he was inspired to change careers. Watching paid UFC fights at the bar where he worked, Joynson decided …

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Domestic violence photographer documents what happens behind closed doors – Oxford Observer

Internationally acclaimed photographer Donna Ferrato, who has used her camera to document the often-hidden world of domestic violence, spoke about her work Thursday night at the Miami University Art Museum. An exhibition of five of his photos is on view at the museum this semester. Ferrato, author of “Living with …

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Evanston artist Lucien Dante Lazar creates art from a spiritual basis

Art, for Lucien Dante Lazar, is a deeply introspective and spiritual process. As a result, his work is both intimate and universal, both for the individual soul and for the collective spirit. His paintings, music and sculptures are outlets for healing and deep reflection. “My ultimate goal as an artist …

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Notice board erected in Danbury for former Down the Hatch bartender seeking kidney donor

The billboard, placed near the intersection of Federal Road and White Street, directs people to Routhier’s website where residents can learn more about its history. “I’m humble,” Routhier said. The idea came from a friend of hers, who saw a news report about a person from Ohio who found her …

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A REALLY CRAZY DEAL: CIRQUE DU SOLEIL’S NEW LAS VEGAS SHOW MAD APPLE TO DEBUT AT NEW YORK-NEW YORK HOTEL & CASINO IN MAY

LA VEGAS, February 23, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — With nearly four decades at the forefront of groundbreaking entertainment, Circus of the sun will debut completely new and wickedly fun Vegas production – crazy apple – at New York-New York Hotel & Casino to May 26, 2022. Mad Apple will be a …

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Georgia Museum of Art exhibits works by renowned artist Lou Stovall

World-renowned printmaker and artist Lou Stovall presents a new exhibit in his hometown of Athens, Georgia. “Lou Stovall: Of Land and Origins” highlights works inspired by his life, nature and poetic meditations. The exhibit is on view through May 29 at the Georgia Museum of Art on the University of …

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The “best bartenders in Asia” came to get the BKK Social Club drunk

The Four Seasons Hotel Bangkok’s flagship bar is back with a tantalizing new menu of drinks that aren’t your usual cocktails. Until March 3, the BKK Social Club celebrates its place (n°90) in the The 50 best bars in the world 2021 list by bringing in the hotel chain’s head …

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Francis Bacon’s Triptych From Prominent Architect’s Collection Set To Raise US$47.6 Million | Auctions News | THE VALUE

During the Spring 2022 auction season, Christie’s 20th/21st century: from Shanghai to London Evening sales will be in the spotlight. Among his highlights, the British painter Francis Bacon Triptych 1986-7 will lead the London evening sale on March 1. As well as illustrating a close companion during the late years …

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Connecticut boy gets wish to be a wildlife photographer for a day

COLLIER COUNTY A child battling cancer was able to live his dream for a day. Eight-year-old Oban Birmingham drove all the way to Collier County from Connecticut. And, he got to go behind the scenes as a wildlife photographer at the Audubon Corkscrew Swamp Sanctuary. Between alligators, pigs and birds, …

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Philadelphia artists use blockchain and NFTs to sell their art

Want to try to make some money? It may be time to create or buy or sell NFTs. Many Philadelphia-area entrepreneurs do this. But before you get started, there are few things you need to know. An NFT, which stands for Non-Fungible Token, is a one-of-a-kind digital asset that can …

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National Margarita Day: $1.50 of the Kmart item you need to make a perfect popular drink

Every February 22, a popular drink is celebrated around the world, and an expert says this Kmart find will help you avoid a common mistake. Although it only has three ingredients, making a margarita can be tricky to master. But if your margins just aren’t there, one of the most …

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Local photographer inspiring the next generation of visual storytellers during Black History Month | Company

ROCKFORD (WREX) — Lights. Camera. Action. It’s something Tamir Bell, 18, has known for the last four and a half years of his life. “What I love most about taking photos and videography is that I can inspire others,” said Bell, co-owner of Evolution Digital Marketing Agency. And today, Bell …

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See the artist’s demonstration at the Redlands Art Association Gallery – Redlands Daily Facts

Artist Jeannine Savedra will present a demonstration and talk on “A Pictorial Approach to Landscape” at 7 p.m. on Tuesday, February 22 at the Redlands Art Association Gallery. The program is free and open to the public. Savedra is a studio artist and plein air painter who enjoys exploring the …

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New British indoor record for Wigan’s Keely Hodgkinson

The 19-year-old from Leigh, who is coached by Wigan’s Trevor Painter and his wife Jenny Meadows, was racing for the first time since winning the Diamond League in Zurich in September. And she clocked one minute 57.20 seconds at the Utilita Arena, surpassing Jemma Reekie’s previous best indoor mark of …

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Stormont’s Stellar Start Continues – Harnesslink

James Stormont’s dazzling start to the new harness racing season continued at Alexandra Park on Friday but it is the lack of reinforcements that worries him. (Photo HRNZ) Stormont made four winners from just 11 starters in 2022 when Molly Belle caught American Muscle on the line in the opening …

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Andy in Aspen: Warhol Photographs of Aspen on Display at the Jerome Hotel

A 1981 photograph of Andy Warhol hangs in the Jerome Hotel for the ‘Andy in Aspen’ Hedges Project pop-up exhibit on Thursday, Feb. 17, 2022. (Kelsey Brunner/The Aspen Times) Photographs by Andy Warhol, including some images of Warhol, are displayed at the Jerome Hotel for the ‘Andy in Aspen’ Hedges …

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Bringing art closer to home – Samsung Global Newsroom

We live in a time where digital technology and art coexist. Samsung has been offering curated art selections since 2017, with The Frame Art Store providing access to a huge range of artwork from world-renowned galleries and museums. On Samsung Neo QLED, the company partners with Jibin Im, a pop …

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Peter Paul Rubens’ “Portrait of a Woman” to be Auctioned in Warsaw

WARSAW, Poland (AP) — Peter Paul Rubens’ 17th-century masterpiece “Portrait of a Woman” is set to go up for auction in Poland next month, auction house DESA Unicum announced Thursday. The Flemish master’s oil-on-canvas portrait of a dark-haired woman in a rich black velvet dress has an estimated value of …

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The 507 gives back with Battle of the Bartenders – MSU Reporter

Giving back to the community has never been easier for those who also appreciate a refreshing cocktail. 507, a local bar based in downtown Mankato, is in the midst of its second annual Battle of the Bartenders charity event. This event, which begins on February 2, spans five weeks every …

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The Macallan collaborates with British pop artist Sir Peter Blake – Manila Bulletin

The “Collection Anecdotes of Ages” marries unique art and whiskey Pop artist, Sir Peter Blake An extraordinary collaboration between art and whiskey unveils the “Collection Anecdotes of Ages”. Mixing with British pop artist Sir Peter Blake, this is The Macallan’s third with the iconic artist. A relationship that spans more …

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A Dior book celebrates the photography of Brigitte Niedermair – WWD

AN EYE FOR SEWING: The latest Dior coffee table book offers an in-depth look at the decade-long relationship between the French fashion house and Italian artist Brigitte Niedermair. “Brigitte Niedermair Photographs Dior,” slated for publication for Rizzoli New York in April, explores a decade of Niedermair’s photography, from her high …

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Columbus tattoo artist up for 10k award

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) – A tattoo artist who works at a shop on North High Street is the only Ohioan to make the final for a national award. If his art is chosen, it will be on 140 million beer cans nationwide. Paul Giovis, an artist trained at Columbus College …

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Bellevue man charged with assault, accused of threatening Applebee’s bartender over vaccine demand

Through Seattle Times Staff Reporter A 58-year-old Bellevue man was charged last Wednesday with second-degree assault, accused of threatening an Applebee bartender with a meat cleaver after he was asked to show proof of vaccinations , according to King County prosecutors. Michael Dousa was arrested by Bellevue police on February …

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Briefly: Cleopatra and Frankenstein; Free; Dálvi: Six years in the arctic tundra – review | fiction

Coco MellorsFourth Estate, £14.99, 384pp New York City at the start of the 21st century – pre-financial crisis, pre-Trump, pre-Covid – is captured with almost devotional lushness in this nostalgic beginning. It’s an urban playground from which struggling British painter Cleo, 24, is about to be exiled, her student visa …

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Battle Creek Photographer, Kids Shine a Light on Black Americans Who Made History

A judge, an inventor and a cheerleader visited Christina Smith’s photography studio in downtown Battle Creek on Friday. The costumed trio were actually 9-year-old Ayden Smith as Thurgood Marshall, 8-year-old Sha-Ron Hawkins as Lewis Latimer and 4-year-old Cailee Bess as Mary Smith. They were taking part in a photo shoot …

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Yale acquires painting from Kehinde Wiley, the artist behind Obama’s presidential portrait

The first work the Yale Art Gallery and the Yale Center for British Art have ever jointly acquired is a larger-than-life portrait of Kehinde Wiley, best known outside the art world for his 2018 portrait of the former president Barak Obama. It will be exhibited on February 25, the best …

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Taco Bell’s Super Bowl ad promises a mysterious surprise

The amount of immediate interaction elicited by Super Bowl commercials is usually limited to a chuckle or a somber nod to the tearful rare. This year, however, there were more that wanted you to go to a site, scan a QR code, or do some sort of 360-degree thing with …

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The best movie couples to make you believe in love again

It’s easy to be disappointed with the corny romantic comedies that seem to be growing in popularity in recent years, but there are still plenty of movies from the 2000s that put a realistic and inspiring love story front and center. Whether you’re single, in a relationship, or complicated, here …

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Photographer opens studio in downtown Lewisburg | News

LEWISBURG — Photographer Amber Gardner says her motto is “you can’t photoshop personality.” His new studio at 139 Market St., Lewisburg, has been there since January. Gardner said she had been a professional photographer for eight years, but had been taking pictures for fun “for ten years.” A mother of …

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Harley Quinn Artist Gives Harls an Unofficial Batgirl Makeover

Comics veteran Riley Rossmo imagines what Harley Quinn would look like if the notorious villainous clown donned the heroic mantle of Batgirl. Veteran comic book artist Riley Rossmo imagines what villainous Harley Quinn would look like if she donned the heroic Batgirl’s uniform. The artist posted the new artwork on …

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Eli Manning will work as a bartender during the Super Bowl

Eli Manning is sending a bartender to the Super Bowl as part of a new beer campaign. Stella Artois is working with three NFL legends to celebrate restaurant and bar workers. The bartender, Meg, told Manning she was taking his fiancée to the game on Sunday. Loading Something is loading. …

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Comment: A major treasure trove of art on paper is emerging

Daylight can be art’s best friend. The organic luminosity emanates from the subtle vicissitudes of perceptual life, which improves the gaze on art. Daylight can also be the enemy of art. Fading, fading, yellowing – all works of art have a lifespan, even if it lasts hundreds of years, and …

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Ken Mendoza of San Francisco City Hall Wedding Photography is a 2022 PPA Photo Contest World Cup Finalist

Ken Mendoza of San Francisco City Hall Wedding Photography has just been announced as one of the finalists for the 2022 PPA Photographic Competitions World Cup in Rome. Ken Mendoza is an internationally award-winning portrait and wedding photographer with multiple accolades to his name. He is a member of Team …

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Moses Lake Artist Finds Limitless Possibilities in the Acrylic Medium

MOSES LAKE – Phyllis PuFahl says her exploration of jewelry making began as a way to use acrylic paints that didn’t turn out the way she expected. The acrylic pouring technique is quite basic – the artist pours the paint onto a surface, whether it’s tiles, canvas or an old …

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Las Vegas bartender held up at gunpoint sues former boss

LAS VEGAS (KTNV) — On Dec. 4, 2020, just before 7:30 a.m., surveillance video obtained by 13 Investigates shows a man wearing a hoodie entering The Lodge on Hualapai Way near Desert Inn Road and immediately pulling out a gun fire. “He said, ‘Keep your hands where I can see …

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The best things to do in Prague this weekend

Find out what’s happening this weekend in Prague. Parties, comedy shows, gastronomic events, shows, concerts and exhibitions guarantee that your weekend will be full of fun! Cirkopolis 2022 Prague – February 13-18 If you’re looking for a special event to take your breath away, this year’s Cirkopolis Festival is here …

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Photographer’s Eye Gallery | Boogie Days – Santa Cruz Sentinel

Don Waddell enters the ‘Green Room’ during a glassy swell last week at Its Beach. Waddell, a 49-year-old Santa Cruz native, has been bodyboarding since he was 6 years old. said. Bodyboarding, also called boogie boarding, originated from an ancient form of belly riding waves that native Polynesians rode “alaia” …

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Meet Kaldric Dow, the innovative artist behind ‘Spheres of Reflection’ | UTSA today | UTSA

UTSA’s mission The University of Texas at San Antonio is dedicated to advancing knowledge through research and discovery, teaching and learning, community engagement, and public service. As an institution of access and excellence, UTSA embraces multicultural traditions and serves as a center of intellectual and creative resources as well as …

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The Sacramento Kings’ trade deal with the Pacers drew mixed reactions

The Sacramento Kings’ announcement to trade three players, including fan-favorite Tyrese Haliburton, has drawn mixed reactions from fans and businesses. Some are disappointed while others are hoping that might reverse the team’s bad luck with the win. The team acquired Indiana Pacers center forward Domantas Sabonis, forward Justin Holiday, guard …

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The work of black artists in Canada is not celebrated enough, says Manitoba senator

The first art historian to be appointed to the Senate says the work of black artists in Canada is not sufficiently recognized or celebrated. But now Senator Patricia Bovey, former director of the Winnipeg Art Gallery and a member of the board of the National Gallery of Canada for many …

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James Bidgood, a master of gay photography, dies at 88

James Bidgood, who elevated campy gay photography in the 1960s and 70s with his carefully staged spooky imagery, and who was the anonymous director of ‘Pink Narcissus’, a gay film released in 1971 that became something of a a cult classic, died on January 31 in Manhattan. He was 88 …

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‘Mighty Figures’: Artist behind South Oak Park mural proud to be part of the project

SACRAMENTO, Calif. (KTXL) — A new mural of historical social justice figures will be dedicated Tuesday at a site in South Oak Park. The new mural is 90 feet long and features Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Rosa Parks, Cesar Chavez and Dolores Huerta. The mural is located at Security …

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Breaking News: The Whip is now Bar Susu

The dream team behind Posted on Main will be leading this very cool pop-up. / February 7, 2022 Like many, we were saddened (and our own Anicka Quin was the saddest of them all) when Mount Pleasant stalwart The Whip announced its closure, but …

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IOC’s role is to protect athletes, not curry favor with Beijing

The curtain rose on Friday 4 February on the Beijing Winter Olympics with an opening gala held at the so-called “Bird’s Nest” National Stadium in Beijing. The world leaders present were mostly leaders of authoritarian governments who had not been invited to the Online Democracy Summit held in December 2021. …

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Gossipy Hospo workers theorize bartender signed up every Sunday must root manager – The Betoota Advocate

EFFIE BATEMAN | Way of life | Contact In the hospitality industry, there’s nothing more sacred than getting double a Sunday shift and earning enough money to pay rent with just one day’s work. For most venues, Sunday shift delegation is usually split evenly or given to the workers who …

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2-Episode Moriarty the Patriot Original Video Anime Reveals Guest Cast E! News UK

Anime Original Episode Screens Early March 5th, Delivered on Home Video April 27th The official website of the television anime of Ryōsuke Takeuchi and Hikaru Miyoshiit is Moriarty the Patriot (Yūkoku no Moriarty) the manga announced the guest cast for the anime’s original two-episode video anime on Friday (OVA) project. …

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UMass exhibition celebrates the work of documentary photographer Jill Freedman

When documentary photographer Jill Freedman died in 2019, she left behind a huge body of work focused on people living on the fringes of America’s cities, on anti-poverty and war protesters, and on cops and firefighters doing their jobs. intense day after day. “I consider her one of the great …

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