What to cook this week

Hello. They’re getting ready for Thanksgiving in Canada today, bringing birds and peeling potatoes for Monday’s feast, baking butter tarts, dripping maple syrup into cranberry sauce, setting tables, indulging in the joy of the Holidays. It’s amazing to think that we’ll be following them in a little over a month. …

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Photography and mental health: Matthew’s story

10 October 2021 AP online subscriber Matthew Hughes shares his photography and mental health story for World Mental Health Day At AP, we are keenly aware of the benefits photography can have for mental health and well-being. Ahead of World Mental Health Day on October 10, we asked some of …

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Are English fans embracing American football?

LONDON – In the 14 years since the NFL hosted its first game in England, one thing has not changed here. When you ask Brits about football, most won’t start talking about touchdowns and time management in the fourth quarter. The English Premier League is still king on this side …

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Brownsville pays LA artist $ 20,000 for downtown mural

BROWNSVILLE, Texas (ValleyCentral) – Public information requested shows Los Angeles-based artist Teddy Kelly was paid $ 20,000 for his mural on the Capitol Theater building in downtown Brownsville. RELATED: Brownsville Mural Generates Mixed Reactions in the Community Last month, the City of Brownsville and mural artist Teddy Kelly unveiled the …

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Chicago Card Game Combines Trivia and Malört

Think you know Chicago? What are the seven ingredients of a Chicago hot dog? Or, what does each of the four stars of the Chicago flag represent? Better yet, what if the reward for flaunting your knowledge of Windy City trivia had gone from just bragging to being spared Chicago’s …

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Photographer finds new way to show nature’s resilience

Glen Perotte’s Remains of Life exhibition is at the CCA Galleries on Hill Street Photo: JON GUEGAN In these strange times, dominated by the isolation of the pandemic and longer-term concerns about global warming, these images of nature’s resilience have made a strong impression. Under their influence – he calls …

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The artist delights in the strength, the fragility of nature

Illinois has a national historic site and a national monument, but no national parks. But the Art Association of Jacksonville will offer a glimpse of a few national parks starting Saturday, when Chicago-area artist Beth Shadur presents her National Park Project exhibit at the David Strawn Art Gallery. “I focused …

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The best jobs for students in New York

When you are a student you go through a lot and have a million reasons to worry – from homework to financial issues, there is a lot going on in the lives of students that they worry about. When you try to remove these problems, you might not be thinking …

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11 must-see exhibitions in London in October

We look forward to the must-see shows in October. As sites can still restrict the number of social distancing, we recommend that you book in advance. 1. Dance and drunkenness A Bacchanalian Revel. © The National Gallery, London Think of the paintings of old masters and you evoke heavy subjects: …

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10 most underrated John Hughes movies

John Hughes is responsible for some of the best comedies and teen movies of the 20th century. Replicas of his most popular films, such as Ferris Bueller’s day off, are constantly cited. Additionally, scenes from Hughes’ best-known films are reproduced, parodied, referenced and used as inspiration for a number of …

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NFT for Photographers: A Beginner’s Guide

As NFTs gain in popularity, they seek to completely reshape the world of digital photography and artists need to be able to keep pace. While many people in the blockchain sphere are already talking about NFTs, some photographers are still wondering about these tokens. I’m here to break it down …

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The best new cocktail destinations in the world

The pandemic has not been kind to cocktail bars and the aficionados who frequent them. But as the world’s top destinations reopen to visitors, there are a plethora of long-awaited bars and lounges eager to serve up next-level libations, with a side of top-notch hospitality that prompts guests to order …

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New Painted – WSJ

For the time being “The Blue Boy” made his debut at the Royal Academy in London in 1770 and has always been a sensation. Scholars and critics have called it “the most beautiful painting in the world” and considered it “the pinnacle” of the career of Thomas Gainsborough, one of …

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Mixologist Callum Houston opens Drilling bar in York

AN EXPERT mixologist has launched a new pop-up bar to offer a new take on cocktails in the heart of York. Callum Houston hopes to provide customers with a unique consumer experience at its latest business, Forage Bar, tucked away in Little Stonegate. Located on the vacant Gusto site, the …

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Dutch Wonderland, Cartoon Network Hotel to host career fair

Dutch Wonderland and Cartoon Network Hotel to host career fair Update: September 30, 2021 at 12:52 p.m. EDT Hide transcription Show transcript ON AVAILABLE JOBS. >> THE JOB FAIR STARTS AT 3:00 PM FOR THE BUSY LLFA SEASON AND THE DIRECTOR OF MARKETING IS JEFF EISENBERG. THEREFORE YOU HAVE APPROXIMATELY …

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Focus on Amanda Means’ photographs

In the not-so-distant past, traditional photography was the preserve of professionals, journalists and fine artists. When cheap cameras became readily available, photos taken by amateurs were more often than not eventful moments: weddings, proms, birthday parties, holiday highlights, etc. But even with inexpensive Kodak Instamatics and their competitor’s products, taking …

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Social justice, artistic impact | Local

Working in a range of visual media, the artists brought their visions of the Black Lives Matter movement to life during Washington State University’s latest exhibition at the Jordan Schnitzer Museum. The museum’s “Black Lives Matter Artist Grant Exhibition” features 20 Washington artists who have each received a $ 2,500 …

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Henry Miller and the “Light of Greece”

Henry Miller on the Greek island of Hydra. Credit: Monozigote / Wikimedia Commons Y-SA 4.0 Henry Miller, the author of “Tropic of Cancer,” one of America’s greatest writers, was in love with Greece and his favorite of all books he has ever written is a travelogue about the country he …

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The best Halloween nails, according to professional artists

When October arrives, there’s no time to waste creating your fiercest looks for the spookiest season of the year, Halloween nails included. Whether you like them long and pointy, dipped in the deepest red lacquer, or prefer a short, slime-covered ensemble, these styles are not for the faint of heart. …

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Buy a Pennsylvania motel frozen in time.

In the age of burnout, when people are looking for the closest outlet to the daily grind, maybe it’s time to buy a vintage motel. The Lincoln Motor Court, a U-shaped motel consisting of 12 small cabins and an owner’s cabin in Manns Choice, Bedford County, was once among dozens …

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Exhibition of photographs Paul Joyce born in Winchester

Internationally renowned photographer, born in Winchester, is the subject of an exhibition to celebrate his 80th birthday. A Life Behind the Lens: Paul Joyce, is being hosted at The Gallery, Winchester Discovery Center, until November 10. Joyce has a worldwide reputation as a documentary maker, writer, photographer and painter. The …

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Loewe goes around the world of the Amazona bag

The 1970s were a turning point for women’s rights. The decade has seen more women integrate more into the workforce, as well as significant activism for women’s equality on all fronts. In response to the changing place of women in society, in 1975 the famous Spanish fashion house Loewe launched …

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Call for Photographers River Arts

River Arts in Damariscotta invites photographers to submit work for the upcoming Jury Photo Show, open to original photographic works. The deadline for submitting works to the gallery is Saturday, October 16 at 4 p.m. River Arts is pleased to announce that photographer Rose Marasco has accepted the invitation to …

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Ricardo Saeb – Buffalo Rising

Author: Nicole Murray Hispanic Heritage Month is the annual celebration of the history and culture of the Hispanic and Latin communities in the United States. The tradition began in 1968 as “Hispanic Heritage Week” under Lyndon B. Johnson and then expanded to encompass a period of one month, September 15 …

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Washoe County artist pays tribute to Caldor fire

Vicki Kawelmacher’s painting inspired by Caldor’s fire When you look at the painting “Out of the Ashes We Will Rise” you can almost feel the warmth and tugging on your heart as you are drawn to the fire that has wreaked havoc and havoc around Lake Tahoe and communities. surrounding …

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Marie Livermore | News, Sports, Jobs

Marie Livermore ESCANABA – Mary Livermore, 73, from Escanaba, passed away on Thursday, September 23, 2021 at Bishop Noa House. Mary was born on November 11, 1947 in Escanaba, daughter of Leyon and Ida (Waterspank) Opolka. She was a bartender in North Town for many years, then worked for Krist …

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A brief history of photography

As camera technology continues to advance at breakneck speed, it might be wise to remind ourselves how far we’ve come, because it’s so easy to get caught up in the never-ending thirst for the next shiny new toy. Sometimes our focus on processors and edge-to-edge sharpness makes us forget the …

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Latest in Dark Art: Otis Kwame Kye Quaicoe Joins Almine Reich, Janet Taylor Pickett Now Replaced by Jennifer Baahng Gallery, Maurita N. Poole Appointed Director of Newcomb Art Museum & More

The latest news in Black Art presents updates and developments in the world of art and related culture Representation Almine Rech now represents Otis Kwame Kye Quaicoe in Europe, UK and China. The Ghanaian painter is known for his powerful and culturally rich portraits and vivid color palettes. He is …

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Find solace in the discomfort of Philly dive bars

Opinion There is something special about neglecting a sandy environment in the name of cheap drinks, great company, and real bartenders. Passionate foodies and restaurant newbies love Foobooz. Sign up now for our bi-weekly newsletter. We missed hanging out at the dive bars in Philly. Photograph by Ian Shiver We …

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Photographer captures Edmonton in COVID-19 time

When Edmonton photographer Rebecca Lippiat was doing porch portrait sessions in the spring of 2020, she realized these photos chronicle the COVID-19 pandemic and its impact on ordinary people. “I wanted to document people’s experience with COVID,” Lippiat told CBC Radio Active. “It should be documented.” It was the seed …

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Politics This Week | The Economist

Sep 25, 2021 Listen to this story Your browser does not support the item . Enjoy more audio and podcasts on ios Where Android. France reacted with fury to American, Australian and British training plans a new defense pact in the Pacific. France was not invited to join. Australia is …

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Photographer Artem Shestakov Favorite restaurants in Aspen

Photographer Artem Shestakov Photographer Artem Shestakov Photographer Artem Shestakov knows how to capture the perfect moment. Best known for his images of nature and landscapes, he has spent years photographing nature and animals around the world. He has a keen eye for beautiful things and unique moments and the talent …

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baseball’s newest pickup artist | Baseball FanGraphs

We’ll start with some screenshots. The perpetrator of the deception is Ryan Weathers, a 21-year-old rookie for the San Diego Padres who leads all baseball in the selections this season with nine. The runners have only stolen two goals from him and he has yet to be called up for …

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