Monthly Archives: December 2021

SEE THE STARS: see the stars thanks to Studio Roosegaarde

Seeing the stars is a switch at your fingertips! This is the motto that drives Studio Roosegaarde’s latest company, SEEING STARS. What seems to be something quite natural, enjoying a starry night – unsurprisingly the title of one of Van Gogh’s most famous paintings, to whom the Roosegaarde Studio had …

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To help our youth heal from gun violence, give them better access to the arts

How can students deal with their pain, anger and trauma due to gun violence? In 2021, 57 Chicago school-aged children died of gun violence, up from 49 in 2020, as the Sun-Times recently reported. Also in 2020, dozens of 18-year-olds, some recently graduated and others still in school, were victims …

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Top 5 things to do in January in western North Carolina

It’s cold but the family adventure is still waiting. Hear a story, browse the trees, discover art, or gaze at the stars, all available this month. Get toddlers out of the house (and hang out with other adults) at story time with music and movement. It’s 10:30 a.m. Thursday at …

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TV performances of the 2021 Covid-19 estate, Grey’s Anatomy, Ted Lasso, Gossip Girl

While realism and recognizable characters are qualities that are often praised on TV shows, most of us don’t really want our entertainment to feel. too much much like real life. This has become truer than ever over the past 18 months, as Covid-19 has curtailed our social lives, saturated our …

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🌱 Reopening of Ripley’s Econ Soccer + Orlando test site reinvented

Happy Tuesday, Orlando residents! Let all of you know what’s going on locally to start today on an informed note. First of all, the weather forecast for the day: Fog in the morning; partly sunny. High: 80 Low: 63. Rent this space: Are you a a local business owner or …

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Viewing by appointment: the best free and Sky TV programming of the week

They really pulled off the casting on these kids, didn’t they? Harry Potter 20th Anniversary: ​​Return to Hogwarts (Sunday January 2, 7 p.m., TVNZ 2) brings together (almost) the whole gang for a sentimental celebration of the great classics for children. It is the third highest grossing film franchise of …

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A biopsychosocial approach to prevent chronic pain

It is very clear that chronic pain is a global health problem, and the evidence suggests that the current health care system is under-prepared to handle the complexity of the problem.1 Pain, which lasts more than three months, affects more than 20% of the American population, with an estimated health …

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Art review: Classical music translated into colorful compositions

Don’t be surprised if you think you hear tunes from Mozart’s “Don Giovanni” as you approach 100 Fore Street, the address of the Elizabeth Moss Galleries’ new Old Port outpost. Moss is not actually showing the opera in the gallery. But there is no need. The paintings of “Lynne Mapp …

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The tragic novel that binds Bob Dylan and The Doors

In the 1971 masterpiece of The Doors Wife, Jim Morrison shouts the words, “Well, I feel like it’s been watching me for a long time,” with the battle cry of a frustrated builder who just found out his jackhammer was stolen but is gonna try to shake the wall anyway. …

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“Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer” Producer Reveals Why Misfit Toy Island Is In Christmas Special

Rudolph the red nosed reindeer Producer Arthur Rankin Jr. opened up on why the writers included Misfit Toy Island in the Christmas special. Rankin said he wanted the Christmas story to be inclusive, and he explained some of the directions they took with the script. “Rudolph the Red Nosed Reindeer” …

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