Monthly Archives: October 2022

Calling It: Meghann Fahy will be this season’s ‘White Lotus’ escape

Season two of The White Lotus, who premiere this weekend on HBO, hosts an almost entirely new cast of privileged guests and smoothing employees alongside a returning star Jennifer Coolidge. The seven-episode season centers on sex and gender dynamics, moving from Hawaii to the Sicilian outpost of White Lotus’ luxury …

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How to prepare for a recession if you are -2-

People should also be aware of the risks of “old-school predatory lending,” Williamson added, including payday loans, auto-title lenders and rent-to-own businesses. Payday lenders in particular tend to settle in communities of color, Williamson said, and are marketed as easy ways to get money. Often these loans come with high …

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Saudi Ministry of Environment launches 6-month afforestation campaign

RIYADH: Halloween starts early with the national premiere of Saudi Arabia’s latest horror film ‘Junoon’, directed by brothers Maan B. and Yaser B., bringing new meaning to the genre in the Kingdom’s cinematic history. On Wednesday, the premiere took place at Saudi Arabia’s largest cinema at Boulevard Riyadh City, attended …

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When lightning struck, the rescuers of Van Gogh’s works were rewarded with a drawing

An amazing story is hidden behind one of Vincent van Gogh’s ballpoint pen sketches, which will be auctioned by Christie’s in New York on November 9. Park in Arles with a Corner of the Yellow House (April 1888) is estimated between 3 and 5 million dollars. The reason why this …

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Isa Catto brings art and design to Willits

Isa CattoCourtesy picture Acclaimed artist and longtime resident of Woody Creek, Isa Catto believes that art and design should be accessible to everyone. She has been a successful artist for 30 years, working primarily in watercolor and mixed media, and describes her style as “organic symbolism”, which she says will …

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When Van Gogh came to Sunderland – and 8 other Wearside stories that made headlines 30 years ago

We’re talking about 1992 and the year a giant piece of artwork appeared at Southmoor School and police found a skull by the side of a road in Seaham. Add in a star making a welcome return to the Empire, a rabbit in a hat at the Galleries and a …

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Director Sylvie Weber joins Reverie Content

Perception-warping production company Rêverie Content welcomes director Sylvie Weber to its growing and impressive roster of talent. Weber’s first short film, “The Prophetess”, won and traveled to several film festivals around the world. Since then, the acclaimed filmmaker has honed her highly imaginative storytelling style seamlessly across all formats, including …

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The author shares his symbiotic approach to total body wellness

HARTFORD, Conn. (PRWEB) October 24, 2022 Yueh-Ching Chung has been active since a young age. Involved in movement-based activities like sports and dance, she knows how important it is to move your body with purpose. Blending the ancient traditions of Chinese philosophy and movement with the scientific insights of …

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WeDevelopment Federal Credit Union aims to stop predatory banks

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — A project that was first discussed in 2007 came to fruition on Saturday. A ribbon-cutting ceremony was held at WeDevelopment Federal Credit Union, located at 31st and Prospect in Kansas City, Missouri. Dozens of community members and local leaders celebrated the new credit union which aims …

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Simone Leigh’s Assembly of Black Feminist Creativity in Venice left me in awe

In what will be remembered as a historic moment that honored the work, creativity and intellect of black women, dozens of scholars, thought leaders, educators, writers, curators, authors and artists from across the African Diaspora gathered in Venice last week for Simone Leigh’s artist symposium, “Retreat loophole.” The program included …

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Works by Botticelli and Renaissance artists come to Mia

Sandro Botticelli is considered one of the most famous and influential artists of the Italian Renaissance, and the Minneapolis Art InstituteThe brand new internationally acclaimed exhibition features works from the 30-year career of this multifaceted visual artist. For the first time ever, 45 works from the famous Uffizi Galleries in …

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PourMyBeer offers a more efficient way to serve drinks

If you’ve ever stood in line at a bar or a drinks cart, you’ve probably felt frustrated. This is exactly what sparked the idea of ​​PourMyBeverage, originally known as PourMyBeer. The company uses innovative technology to solve this near universal problem. Learn about their system and the company’s journey in …

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Here’s why Gen Z activists threw soup on a Van Gogh painting

Last week two Gen Z protesters threw tomato soup at Vincent van Gogh Sunflowers painting at the National Gallery in London and glued themselves to the wall on which it hung. The two women, aged 20 and 21, members of the activist group Just Stop Oil, have since been charged …

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If you don’t like climate activists staging art gallery protests, stage something better | Jeff Sparrow

In the midst of a worsening environmental disaster, protests matter more than ever. Last week, two Just stop the oil activists threw tomato soup at Vincent van Gogh’s Sunflowers painting in London part of a broader push to halt new fossil fuel projects – something the Intergovernmental Panel on Climate …

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Humanity’s Greatest Challenge to be Discussed October 27 at Ripon College | New

Michael Bess, author of the new book “Planet in Peril: Humanity’s Four Greatest Challenges and How We Can Overcome Them,” will speak Thursday, October 27 at Ripon College. His presentation will begin at 6:30 p.m. at the Kresge Little Theater in East Hall on the Ripon College campus. The conference …

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Gen Z activists who disfigure Van Gogh plead not guilty in court.

Three climate activists appeared in a London court on Saturday on charges of criminal damage after protests including throwing soup at Vincent van Gogh’s ‘Sunflowers’ painting at the National Gallery. Two women, aged 20 and 21, were charged in connection with the soup-throwing protest on Friday, while a third was …

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Limelight: This Month’s Guide to Online Trends

To help you navigate what’s happening in the internet universe, we present Limelight – a new column brought to you by our friends at the creative studio Day light. Ironic to say, but this month a major trend that has been trending this month is tendencies. Something fundamental this, something …

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London climate protesters throw soup at Van Gogh’s ‘sunflowers’ : NPR

A photo distributed by the Just Stop Oil group shows two protesters who threw soup at Vincent Van Gogh‘s famous 1888 work Sunflowers at the National Gallery in London on Friday. Just stop oil / Just stop oil via AP hide caption toggle caption Just stop oil / Just stop …

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Netflix’s Derry Girls, TVNZ+’s A Friend of the Family among big shows to stream this weekend

Listen to the Stuff To Watch podcast by hitting the “play” button below, or find it on podcast apps like Apple Where Spotify. AMERICAN GIGOLO (NEON) Jon Bernthal stars in this current eight-part update to the cult 1980 film starring Richard Gere. Released after 15 years in prison for a …

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“Picasso and Chanel”: the exhibition explores a meeting of minds and mutual interests

A new exhibition in Spain reveals the close relationship between cubist art superstar Pablo Picasso and fashion grande dame Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel. The exhibition at the Thyssen-Bornemisza Museum in Madrid highlights the works of the two creative giants of the 20th century side by side and shows how Picasso’s art …

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ASFA Responds to New CRL Report on Installment Loans | Ballard Spahr LLP

On July 28, the Center for Responsible Lender (CRL) released a new report regarding the “continuing damage of high-cost installment loans,” saying such loans come with an “operating cost” in fees and interest that far exceeds the amount borrowed. , often causing irreparable harm to borrowers. CRL notes that the …

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why activists stick to van Gogh

“If Picasso were alive, I think he would have painted pictures about the climate, the climate emergency and the kind of involvement of the fossil fuel industries and their links to war.” Protesters blanketed John Constable’s The Hay Wain with a fiery alternative view of the landscape in a protest …

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New Book Details Architect Ron Thom’s Legacy in Downtown Fredericton

Fredericton City Hall, the Justice Building and other historic buildings in the city might not exist today were it not for a passionate architect and the cancellation of a city council vote in the 1970s. This moment in history is chronicled in Vancouver author Adele Weder’s new book. Ron Thom, …

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Vincent Van Gogh exhibition in Rome shows famous self-portrait in a new light

A famous self-portrait by Vincent Van Gogh is exhibited outside its country of origin for the first time since its restoration. In 2020, a yellow varnish was removed from the board which had toned down its original colors. Today the painting, along with 49 others by the Dutch painter, can …

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Matilda opens the London Film Festival

English actress Emma Thompson poses on the red carpet as she arrives to attend the world premiere of Matilda The Musical by Roald Dahl, during the BFI London Film Festival 2022 in London on October 5, 2022. — Stock Photo AFP Oscar-winning actress Emma Thompson hailed acclaimed children’s author Roald …

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Forgotten Female Artists Shine in Frieze Masters Spotlight Section

When Frieze Masters launched its Spotlight section in 2015, it gave the fair the opportunity to challenge stagnant conceptions of who the greatest artists of the 20th century were by showcasing the work of lesser-known modern and contemporary figures. This year’s section will do so by focusing on 29 female …

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Dai Gallery’s group exhibition of artists from the pioneers of the Egyptian art movement is not to be missed – Exhibitions – Al-Ahram Weekly

Cairo Opera Complex Gezira Exhibition Center, Zamalek Salah Taher Gallery Tel 02 2739 0132/0144 The photography exhibition “The Journey” presents 30 experimental photographs and video art by Ayman Lotfi (October 8-14). Music Library Gallery (Ziad Bakir) Exhibition of oil paintings by Alaa El-Dokhaly (October 8-14). Dai 24 Hassan Assem Street, …

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How Access to Earned Wages Beats Payday Loans, Payday Advances and BNPL – Hands Down

Imagine that your refrigerator breaks down and you have no savings. You need a new, stat. In some cases, you may need to consider using Buy Now Pay Later or even a payday loan. But that could land you in even more conflict with high interest charges or missed payments. …

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Outstanding Data Paintings and Sculptures by Ouchhh

AI Van Gogh: Immersive AI Data Painting Experience Ouchhh is a multidisciplinary creative studio focused on new media, data art, AI, kinetic public arts, art direction, and audiovisual architectural performance. Ouchhh uses art, technology and science as innovative tools for creative fields. Studio shows its futuristic vision using paint and …

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