Monthly Archives: July 2021

Equipment for the Daily Grind in 2021

This year, the start of the school year probably means a return to real school. After an eternity of working from home, we’re here to help your big comeback to the office, classroom or boardroom go smoothly, from new notebooks to smart shoes. Let’s be honest, one of the few …

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10 animes full of cool characters

Many popular animated series are famous for their grainy, deep and complex characters, like the 1997 Berserk anime or anime adaptation of Vinland Saga. But that’s not the only way to make a compelling character cast. A variety of animated series are rather populated with wonderful characters that fans can’t …

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Electric Playhouse emerges from pandemic and creates multimedia and interactive experience “The Artist” “Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. Electric Playhouse is creating a project called “The Artist”, a multimedia game, culinary and interactive experience. (Courtesy of Electric Playhouse) The brains behind Electric Playhouse continue to be visionaries. …

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Why I changed my mind about trans self-identification

“Hero of the Marriage Equality Debate” was the honor bestowed on my stepfather, Lord (Patrick) Jenkin, by PinkNews upon his death in 2016. As a family, we were nominated for the Stonewall Politician Award of the year. in 2013. We have always supported gay rights and equality. My husband, Bernard, …

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Immersive exhibit opens at Stanley Market Place – CBS Denver

AURORA, Colorado (CBS4) – In their latest immersive experience, the Denver Center for the Performing Arts opened “Van Gogh Alive” at Stanley Market Place in Aurora. The fully immersive experience captivates visitors into the artistic spirit of Vincent Van Gogh by bringing several of his iconic paintings to life. READ …

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The best Oculus Quest 2 games and experiences

Virtual reality can be a amazing escape, a training or both. If you want the best standalone VR gaming console, the Oculus Quest 2 is your choice. The compact headset (an improved and cheaper update of the original Oculus Quest) reminds me more than ever that there are great games …

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FIFA 22 preview: 11v11 cape ushers in a new era

Gameplay, gameplay, gameplay. While much has been said about the realistic visuals offered in EA’s first suite of sports offerings for PS5 and Xbox Series X, their long-term success has to be judged by feel rather than appearance. FIFA 21 [and pad-sporting big bro Madden 21] offered encouragement, but not …

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The new solutions of utopian fiction

To subscribe to The nation Subscribe now for as low as $ 2 per month! Thank you for signing up The nationthe weekly bulletin of. Thank you for signing up. For more than The nation, see our latest issue. To subscribe to The nation Subscribe now for as low as …

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7 things to do in Edmonton this weekend: July 16-18

Long live the weekend ! It’s time to celebrate by attending a fun event in the city. Here are the events to discover in Edmonton from July 16-18. Al Fresco the 4th What: Bustling downtown summer market, Al Fresco on 4th is full of extensive patios, various food trucks, and …

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Sarasota Exhibit Features Artwork, Florida Bandit Lives

Instead of settling for traditional jobs in the agriculture industry, the Florida Highwaymen have managed to sell their artwork to customers from the backs of their cars and go door-to-door to doctor’s offices, hotels and businesses along Florida’s Atlantic coast. Making several paintings in one day allowed them to offer …

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Painting the cities

TEXARKANA – Even though life is easy and the sizzle of summer is upon us, that doesn’t mean local muralists are taking a vacation from their creative work. Darlene Taylor, Jes Weiner, and David Freeman are three muralists whose collective artistic touch has beautified Texarkana over the past two years, …

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The Ultimate Guide to Fun With Kids in Charlotte, NC

Are you looking for a day trip, a weekend trip, or even a complete vacation? Charlotte, North Carolina is about 90 minutes from the upstate and offers visitors entertainment to suit whatever interests you and your family have. Here are some of the entertainment that awaits you in the Queen …

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How to reschedule the dates of your tickets

Bought tickets to see “Immersive Van Gogh” on the Phoenix Metro but don’t know what to do now that its opening date has been postponed? You’re not alone. Janet Dillard read an article about the exhibition location announcement and postponed dates in The Arizona Republic and realized her family would …

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Why should you watch young royals

Teenagers actually look and behave like teenagers Far too often, young people in coming-of-age entertainment vehicles look, act and feel a little too mature for real teens to relate to on a deeper level. Notorious actors have birth dates long before the people they portray onscreen (Darren Barnet, who plays …

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Euro 2020: Roman dynasty, to be built

Even months before Italy’s European Championship triumph, their elegant manager Roberto Mancini knew his team would conquer the continent. In an interview with the fashion magazine GQ, he detailed his summer plans: “The goal is to spend the summer in Portonovo to sign autographs as a champion manager. It’s a …

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In studio with Michael E. Bartlett – Sonoma Sun

Posted on July 11, 2021 by Sonoma Valley Sun By Jackie Lee | Sonoma Valley Sun Michael Bartlett’s paintings are easily identified by their lush colors and luminosity. He has a unique method of applying colors in many glazes to achieve this effect, a long but rewarding technique that can …

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‘Intregalde’: Cannes review | Comments

Real. Radu Muntean. Romania. 2021. 104 min. Romanian cinema takes a trip to the dark woods of Unequal by Radu Muntean, a New Wave mainstay in the country. After titles like Tuesday after Christmas (2010) and Alice T. (2018), Muntean arrives at Directors’ Fortnight with a road movie – or …

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Cristina Iglesias creates liquid sculptures by the sea

July 10, 2021 SAINT SEBASTIAN ONA ROCKY outcrop overlooking a Norwegian fjord, she created a wall of aluminum foil, making each of their slightly curved shapes distinct. At the open-air sculpture park of the Inhotim Museum in southern Brazil, she built a magical maze lined with replicas of vegetation. In …

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Why Quillette sucks | Boing boing

Australian writer Claire Lehmann recently became the “” of Twittermain character“posting bizarre remarks about black female athletes Sha’Carri Richardson and Florence Griffith” Flo-Jo “Joyner. Richardson’s” strong nails and hair “, she suggested, was a side effect of the steroids. -Jo, she falsely added, also “had fingernails” and died of drug …

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Blaze + ReThink Ice Cream + Joyride Inmate Mattress

Hello, River City! Welcome to the Sacramento Daily Patch newsletter! This is where you’ll find all the best news and events happening in Sacramento for Tuesday July 6, 2021! First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Clear all day. High: 90 Low: 56. Here are the best stories …

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Lincoln Center’s first-ever poet in residence

Mahogany L. Browne is a poet, “author, organizer and educator” from Brooklyn, NY who knows a thing or two about promoting a sense of community. Browne is the Executive Director of JustMedia, which is a “literacy initiative designed to support the grassroots work of criminal justice leaders and community members.” …

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Reuters Entertainment news summary | Entertainment

Here is a summary of the current entertainment briefs. Actress Amber Heard Says She Welcomed Baby Girl In April “Aquaman” actress Amber Heard revealed she welcomed a daughter in April, sharing a photo of herself with the three-month-old on social media. In an Instagram post Thursday night, the 35-year-old, who …

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15 things: ministry in Miami, courage, humility and more

1. Iraqi Prime Minister Mustafa al-Kadhimi presents Pope Francis with a leather painting of Leonardo’s Last Supper. Al-Kadhimi told the Pope that he was painted in secret by a woman while being held captive by ISIS. (Photo CNS / Vatican Media) pic.twitter.com/XYKPE77pFU – Catholic Press Service (@CatholicNewsSvc) July 2, 2021 …

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New York Puppet Show Series

Join us at the Museum this fall for a special series of outdoor performances featuring local puppeteers, educators and performing groups. All the shows and workshops will take place in person on the magnificent outdoor terrace of the Museum. Families can enjoy the shows and then visit the New York …

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San Diego Community News Group

San Diego Community News Group Posted – 02/07/21 – 10:41 AM | 113 views | 0 | 0 | | Born in 1933 in the east of France, in the picturesque valley of the Rhine, during the interwar years, Dorette Streng / Jackson and her brother Dani and Annette had …

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Is Facebook a monopoly? | The Economist

July 3, 2021 San Francisco AT LAST IS event. Or so thought the critics of big technologies. President Joe Biden has appointed one of their own, Lina Khan, to head the Federal Trade Commission (FTC). A congressional committee has approved six bills to curb Alphabet, Amazon, Apple and Facebook. Then, …

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Entertainment News Roundup: Britney Spears’ Father Calls for Investigation into Allegations of Abuse; See how Van Gogh saw himself in an exhibition in London and more

Here is a summary of the current entertainment briefs. ‘Black Widow’ screening rolls out red carpet for London moviegoers Film buffs young and old, some dressed as their favorite “Avengers” characters, walked and posed on a red carpet in Leicester Square in London on Tuesday for a special screening of …

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Thoughts on the news today

THE FIRST SHORT STORY what bothered me was Chekhov’s “The Bet”. Until then, narrative resolution had meant happy endings. Rip van Winkle may find upon awakening that twenty years have passed, or castaway Sinbad will see that his only hope for survival is to hang on to the giant boulder, …

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