Payday loan initiative won’t get Michigan to vote, canvassers rule

DELTA TOWNSHIP, MI – Michigan’s November ballot will not include any legislative initiatives after the state’s Superior Election Commission ruled that a proposal to crack down on predatory payday lending failed to gain enough signatures . The Board of State Solicitors voted 4-0 to accept the Board of Elections’ recommendation …

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What to Know About the Connecticut Van Gogh Immersive Experience – NBC Connecticut

Art lovers will have the opportunity to experience Vincent Van Gogh’s paintings in a new way in Hartford this summer and fall. Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience arrives at the Connecticut Convention Center August 10-October 2. The exhibit, a mix of still and moving art, is done in a …

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New Special Documentary Explores A Shot In A Starry Night: The Case Of VINCENT VAN GOGH

Vincent van Gogh is one of the most important artists in the history of mankind. His style of painting was revolutionary, his brushwork unique, his play of colors unequaled. But Van Gogh was also a difficult character. Insecure, manic, extreme. The painter has always lived and worked on the border …

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Around the world, environmentalists leave nothing but misery in their wake

Without a doubt, the climate-obsessed green movement is the dumbest force of self-destruction in the world today, leaving a trail of irrationality, madness and misery wherever it goes. Consider its recent record of destroying Sri Lanka, making Western Europe unnecessarily vulnerable to Russian President Vladimir Putin’s energy blackmail and stoking …

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Guest Reviews | Jennifer Hall Lee: Roe was the result of the women’s liberation movement – Pasadena Now

The Overthrow of Roe c. Wade shook the foundations of our country and there are more shakes to come. Roe was monumental and it was the result of the 20ewomen’s liberation movement of the last century. The many significant changes of the women’s liberation movement are not woven into our …

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Installment Loans with BridgePayday: How They Help You Finance Big Purchases or Consolidate Debt

When it comes to financing big purchases or consolidating debt, installment loans can be a great option. Unlike a payday loan, an installment loan is repaid over time in fixed monthly payments. This makes it more manageable for borrowers and can help them avoid costly penalties and interest rates. Installment …

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Is the only known painting by Vincent van Gogh sold?

Vincent van Gogh was a Dutch Post-Impressionist painter and acclaimed artist who posthumously became one of the most famous and influential figures in Western art history. In over a decade, he created around 2,100 works of art, including around 860 oil paintings and several hundred sketches. Yet he managed to …

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Biden’s realist approach comes up against liberal pressure | News, Sports, Jobs

WASHINGTON (AP) — On restoring abortion access, President Joe Biden says his hands are tied with no more Democratic senators. Declaring a public health emergency over the issue has drawbacks, his aides say. And when it comes to gun violence, Biden has been clear about the limits of …

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20 best ways to invest $100,000 – 24/7 Wall St.

If you have $100,000 burning a hole in your pocket, you can spend lavishly on material goods or travel, try your luck at a casino or do online sports betting. Or you can invest the money. 24/7 Wall St. has created a list of 20 of the most common investment …

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Best Chinese Movies of the 90s, Ranked

In mainland China in the 1990s, some of the greatest contemporary directors were making their mark on the local film scene. While Wong Kar Wai and directors like Edward Yang, Tsai Ming-Liang and feature film master Hou Hsiao-hsien were active in Hong Kong and Taiwan, a new generation of Chinese …

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Mural in downtown Milton inspired by van Gogh | New

MILTON — Three artists inspired by the art of Vincent van Gogh have painted a mural in downtown Milton, adding color to South Front Street. Artists Steve Gibson, Beverley Conrad and Michael Rash have combined their skills and efforts and created a colorful mural on the Art Academy of Milton, …

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Philippe Parreno Brings Goya’s ‘Occult and Strange’ Black Paintings to Life

Cosmic forces seem to be unleashed in the opening minutes of “La Quinta del Sordo”, a new film by French artist Philippe Parreno currently showing at the Prado Museum in Madrid. Amid an eerie ambient soundtrack, played through headphones, the planets and stars seem to be in motion. A sinister …

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A Democrat-funded Super PAC launched TV ads attacking Bob Stefanowski

HARTFORD, Conn. (WFSB) – A super PAC funded by the Democratic Governor’s Association has launched television ads attacking Bob Stefanowski. Two other PACs could spend millions on ads to attack Governor Lamont. We still have more than three months until the November election, but the negative publicity has already started. …

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Christoph Cox is the new dean of the Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts

July 14, 2022 Christoph Cox is the new dean of the Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts Eugene Lang College of Liberal Arts is renowned for its broad view of liberal arts education, encouraging undergraduate students to pursue their intellectual curiosity while addressing contemporary issues with a view to creating …

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Van Gogh’s hidden self-portrait discovered in Scotland thanks to x-rays: NPR

An x-ray image shows this previously unknown self-portrait of Vincent Van Gogh painted on the back of his painting Head of a peasant. Graeme Yule/National Galleries of Scotland hide caption toggle caption Graeme Yule/National Galleries of Scotland An x-ray image shows this previously unknown self-portrait of Vincent Van Gogh painted …

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Earnin Review: What You Need To Know

GOBanking Rates Score Quick take: Earnin aims to give consumers access to the wages they have earned without waiting for payday. It gives employees from a wide range of industries real-time access to what they’ve earned. To use the service, you will need three things: a regular salary, a checking …

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Gospel in Art: I Bless You, Father, for Revealing These Things to Simple Children

Roots of Trees by Vincent van Gogh © Van Gogh Museum, Amsterdam / Wikimedia Source: Christian art Gospel of July 13, 2022Matthew 11:25-27 Jesus exclaimed, “I bless you, Father, Lord of heaven and earth, for having hidden these things from the learned and intelligent and revealed them to mere children. …

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Filmocracy III returns to Beverly Hills in person and virtual

The Filmocracy boutique film festival returns to Los Angeles for its third edition with in-person screenings July 14-17, 2022, at the Lumiere Cinema at Music Hall in Beverly Hills, with 26 films available online for nationwide streaming via the Filmocracy’s digital platform. Filmocracy Fest was launched during the pandemic when …

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Wild Waves, Perfect Pipes: Milton Avery, the Original Abstract Expressionist – Review | Exhibitions

IIt doesn’t take long to start seeing the hidden Rothkos in Milton Avery’s beach scenes and landscapes. They stand like eerie empty vistas of sea and sky, transforming what appear to be figurative compositions into abstract masterpieces. The Man with a Pipe, for example, is a deliberately bizarre scene painted …

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A preview of “The Immersive Experience”

The Van Gogh Cincinnati: The Immersive Experience promises to be just that, immersive. From the moment you enter the space, located inside the renovated former TJ Maxx on Fourth Street Downtown, you encounter paintings, quotes and sketches by Vincent van Gogh, the titular artist who has painted some of the …

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An oasis of theatrical expression in the desert – Sponsored Content

Going deep into the Arava Desert in southern Israel, you will find an unexpected oasis amidst a seemingly arid desert landscape. As you get closer to the tree line, the sounds of drums fill the air. Closer still – between two charming buildings – the sun begins to set, and …

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DCNR Dedicates New Pool Complex and Celebrates New Solar Panels Bringing Ryerson Station State Park to Net Zero Energy

Wind Ridge, Pennsylvania — Department of Conservation and Natural Resources (DCNR) Secretary Cindy Adams Dunn visited Ryerson Station State Park in Greene County today to dedicate a new pool complex and solar panels which shade the swimming pool parking area. “The DCNR is committed to improving recreational opportunities that not …

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Antioch residents rally against rent increases | Antioch

Antioch About 65 activists rallied recently to demand safe and affordable housing and an immediate end to what they called “extortionate” rent increases. Low-income tenants of the Delta Pines and Casa Blanca apartments, two government-subsidized affordable housing buildings, face potential displacement after their landlord recently raised monthly rents by up …

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The Art of Mia’s Dinner at the Museum of Night

It’s one of those childhood dreams, to sneak into the museum after hours once everyone has left. There are whole books and movies about it actually. But, as an adult, your dreams are taken up a notch. Not only do you have private access to the darkened rooms without the …

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Salvador Dali’s masterpiece will be exhibited at the Spanish Gallery

A Salvador Dali masterpiece on loan to the Spanish Gallery in Bishop Auckland will help tell the story of Spain’s Golden Age during its five-month installation. The artwork titled Christ of St John of the Cross has been taken to its temporary home in County Durham and will be displayed …

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A painting of a church choir by Ernie Barnes – this spring’s auction star – could fetch more than $700,000 at Bonhams this fall

Ernie Barnes became the surprise star of this year’s May auction season after his painting The sugar shack (1976) set a record $15.3 million at Christie’s New York. Now another work by the artist, Solid Rock Congregation (1993), will be auctioned in a special sale at Bonhams New York on …

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Financially stressed? Join the club! 3 Tips to Help Reduce Money Worries | Silver

A perfect storm of world events naturally triggers financial stress for the vast majority of Americans. In a recent survey by the American Psychological Association, more than 80% of American adults reported feeling increased financial stress due to: Higher inflation (87%). Persistent supply chain issues caused by …

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First look at the ‘Beyond Van Gogh’ exhibit in Louisville before it opens to the public

The long-awaited “Beyond Van Gogh” exhibit opens this week in downtown Louisville. “Beyond Van Gogh: The Immersive Experience” features over 300 of Vincent Van Gogh’s greatest Post-Impressionist artworks. feet from the Kentucky International Convention Center. It opens July 6 and ends September 3 in Louisville. The unique experience has sold …

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Stoughton students jump at the chance | Education

If there’s anything kids really love to do, it’s moving and dancing. So, with that in mind, this year, the Stoughton Area School District’s Summer Excel program has partnered with Madison Ballet to provide new opportunities for kids to learn the art of dance – and have fun while dancing. …

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Nearly a Quarter of US Investors Have Used Loans to Buy Crypto

A large number of retail investors in the United States took out loans, often at exorbitant interest rates, to buy cryptocurrencies, and more than half of those investors ended up losing money, according to a recent DebtHammer survey. DebtHammer surveyed over 1,500 people in the United States to learn about …

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Explore a Variety of Mediums and Artists This Summer in Victoria – Vancouver Island Free Daily

Media of all kinds – glass and oil, newcomers to Victoria and tried and tested – watch as summer tourism peaks this month in Greater Victoria At The Avenue Gallery in Oak Bay, Bi Yuan Cheng, Maria Josenhans and Lisa Samphire are the center of attention. Samphire has been blowing …

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Hinterladn Review: From witches to wild geese…and Harding’s wisdom

Artist John Farrelly with Caitlin Reilly and Tara Hunt. Previous Next Image 1 of 5 Artist John Farrelly with Caitlin Reilly and Tara Hunt. Image 2 of 5 Guest writers and speakers, Michael Harding and David McCullough. Image 3 of 5 Fintan O’Toole meets Ronan Farrelly from Navan. Image 4 …

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The Akron Art Museum shares its past

Museums are not static places. They grow and change. More often than not, institutions such as art museums reflect the triumphs and challenges of the community in which they exist. Art review:“Witness to Wartime” documents the life of a Japanese-American painter, in particular his forced incarceration during World War II …

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Van Gogh Immersive Experience is coming to the Sacramento area

The 30,000+ square foot immersive Van Gogh Experience is a national tour dedicated to the life and art of famous Dutch painter Vincent Van Gogh WEST SACRAMENTO, Calif. – The immersive Van Gogh experience is now available to the public for the next six months in West Sacramento. An immersive …

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Social District adds a new dimension to the 61st Wyandotte Street Art Fair – The News Herald

After a few years of uncertainty that all public events have faced during the COVID-19 pandemic, the Wyandotte Street Art Fair will be back in full swing July 13-16, with at least one significant change related to entertainment and alcoholic beverages. Like almost all annual events that involved large crowds, …

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Meet the man bringing drama and joy to Brooklyn’s nightlife spaces

Push open the inconspicuous black door on the right under the elevated subway tracks at the Myrtle Avenue/Broadway stop in Brooklyn and you’ll enter a smoky room filled with hazy lights and neon orbs. Beyond the bright bar, an arched doorway leads to a checkered dance floor. A regal DJ …

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Climate protesters glued themselves to a Van Gogh painting at the Courtauld, demanding museums join their ‘civil resistance’

A pair of climate activists cling to a Vincent van Gogh painting in a London museum today, a day after other members of the group did the same to a work by Horatio McCulloch in Glasgow. The idea, according to the protesters, was to urge “arts institutions to join them …

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Book gives new perspective on black literature

image: Writer Dorothy West was interviewed and photographed in 1981 as part of a black women’s oral history project organized by the Schlesinger Library at Radcliffe College. see After Credit: Judith Sedwick A new volume in Cambridge University Press’s ‘African-American Literature in Transition’ series brings fresh perspective to a decade …

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This photographer captures the femininity of the La Sape movement in Congo

Even though the African fashion industry is finally getting the recognition it deserves, many underground subcultures that foster the expression of community and creativity still exist. One such subculture thrives in the Republic of Congo, where the Congolese dandy culture, called La Sape (The Society of Ambianceurs and Elegant People), …

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Aaron’s Almond Blossom Stick

by Rabbi Dr. Rachel AdelmanParashat Korach (Numbers 16:1 – 18:32) Inspired by Rabbi Giulia Fleishman’s teaching of `22, BeMidbar Spring of ’20. Almond Blossom, Vincent Van Gogh, 1890 For Van Gogh, the branches of white almond blossoms silhouetted against the blue sky were a favorite painting subject. In 1890, he …

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Longtime Spa City resident celebrates 106th birthday – Saratogian

SARATOGA SPRINGS, NY — Longtime Spa City resident Elizabeth “Bet” Smith celebrated her 106th birthday on Sunday, marking the start of a new year for the beloved centenarian. Born on June 26, 1916, Smith has been through a lot in her 106 years and she still finds ways to have …

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Why Ghode Ko Jalebi Khilane Le Ja Riya Hoon Challenges Us Intellectually

The Bollywood blockbuster Dirty Picture starring Vidya Balan as Silk (Smitha) in a career-defining role, had famous dialogue where Silk described the films as simply “Entertainment, entertainment, entertainment”. And, for much of the past decade, trade insiders have pointed the finger at the box office collections of Bollywood masala artists …

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Vancouver Art Gallery’s Uninvited Exhibition Centers Female Artists in Our Narrative of Modern Canadian Art

Vancouver Art Gallery’s new major exhibition Not Invited: Canadian Women Artists of the Modern Movement presents an immense range of artistic production and female creativity. The “modern movement” refers to the 1920s-1940s and the artistic movement that arose during this period of transformation. Traditionally, our understanding of this movement includes …

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PleaseLoan eliminates endless loan lines with its online platform that makes the borrowing process easier

The loan company provides loan services to government and private employees to help them with additional resources that can help their financial difficulties Award Loans are unsecured, fixed, low-interest loans specifically designed for federal employees. These loans are easily accessible even for employees who have bad credit because the loans …

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Art Industry News: Jeff Koons Seriously Considered Going to the Moon for Project NFT, But ‘Really Couldn’t’ Make the Time + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily summary of the most important developments in the art world and the art market. Here’s what you need to know this Friday, June 24. NEED TO READ See the first official portrait of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge – The first official portrait …

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Historic National Black Theater Opens Mixed-Use Development in Harlem

The National Black Theater (NBT) today announced the start of construction on the long-awaited, state-of-the-art permanent home of the venerable Harlem institution at the intersection of 125th Street and Fifth Avenue. The 21-story project is being developed in partnership with LMXD and RAY. In addition to NBT’s multi-story space, plans …

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Predatory lenders make money from rising gas and food prices

By Nicole Goodkind, CNN Business Over the past few months, Yumekia Jones, a legal assistant in the Indianola office of the Mississippi Center for Justice, has received an unusually high number of calls — a peak of around 400% — from people in dire need of financial assistance. immediate. Most …

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London’s National Gallery will stage a Van Gogh blockbuster as part of its 2024 bicentenary celebrations

The National Gallery in London will mark the anniversary of its creation in 1824 with a successful exhibition on Van Gogh. The arts journal may reveal that the exhibition will focus on the artist’s period in Provence, where he produced his greatest work. Although exhibitions are rarely announced this far …

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From script to screen: literary and cinematographic studies

The extra-academic objective of the study of letters is to follow the production of knowledge in the social sciences. Since literature is supposed to have charms that are often hard not to sway, it is necessary to check whether someone is using “narratives” to mask their ulterior motives with stunning …

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Artist MorEnvyOne fuses modern contemporary art with street graffiti for an alluring new aesthetic

MIAMI BEACH, FL, June 22, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — Able to combine genres and create a fusion of color and emotion, artist MorEnvyOne has been on this journey for most of his life. With his art now featured in 5-star hotels and Michelin-starred restaurants around the world, he started doing street …

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Online payday loans for bad credit near me Get 100% cash advance online even with bad credit. The best service for fast loans! Online payday loans Instant payday loans, easy guaranteed approval. A cash advance is an easy way to quickly get your hands on cash for emergencies or other …

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Japan-101 Recommended Tips for Beginners in Online Casinos

Looking for ways to improve your online casino experience? Have you visited a few online casinos just to lose money instead of winning? If so, you’re in luck; there are many ways to enhance your online casino experience, and Japan-101 knows a few of them. In this article, we’ll go …

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“Give ongoing negotiations a chance”

the herald Mukudzei Chingwere THE government appreciates public service pay concerns and is instituting internal processes to address the issue, but workers must consider other government obligations in their demands, the minister for public service, labor and health said. social protection, Professor Paul Mavima. President Mnangagwa’s administration has made clear …

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Influential art dealer Lia Rumma donates povera art treasure to Italy – ARTnews.com

Dealer Lia Rumma, who runs a gallery with spaces in Milan and Naples, has donated more than 70 works by prominent Italian artists to the country’s government. The works must be exhibited in a national museum in Naples. Many of the works included in the giveaway are by artists affiliated …

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Rosdiana Ciaravolo/Getty Images Bold eye makeup has made a big comeback for the summer, making it the perfect time to add some colorful eyeshadow to your cosmetic bag. One trend that is particularly taking over social media is to use duochrome eyeshadow all over the lid (according to The Business …

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Behind the art: why was Jacques-Louis David’s painting “Napoleon crossing the Alps” considered a propaganda tool in 1801?

Perched on a fiery horse with a calm, poised expression, this image of Napoleon is ingrained in everyone’s mind. Considered a popular image of the French military leader since 1801, five exact versions of this painting were made by his faithful servant Jacques-Louis David up to 1805. The first version …

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Artist Dali Yamandú Canosa Creates Contemporary Surrealism • St Pete Catalyst

It is not often that well-known international artists visit St. Petersburg themselves, accompanying exhibitions of their work. Visit, a collection of paintings, drawings and photographs by Uruguayan-Spanish artist Yamandú Canosa, will open Saturday at the Dali Museum. It is an extraordinary installation that takes up every inch of the Hough …

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Three local favorites will perform at the Lemont Village Green on Friday night | News, Sports, Jobs

LEMONT — Three longtime State College area favorites will be featured at Lemont Village Green, 133 Mt. Nittany Road, Lemont, during its Friday night concerts. Jon Rounds, Jerry Bresee and Bruce Truitt will bring their unique brands of music this Friday from 7:30 p.m. Ice cream cones will …

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Ottessa Moshfegh on process, Hollywood and disrespectful authority

Ottessa Moshfegh is known to many as the writer who best describes what it is “To be alive when to be alive is terrible”, according the new yorker— and with a cast of characters including hyper-alcoholic divorcees, catatonic orphan party girls, and the clients of what she calls a “disreputable …

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New Artwork Installation Comes to Marshalltown Performing Arts Center | News, Sports, Jobs

CONTRIBUTED PHOTOS — Piece by artist Stephen Johnson before it was painted. It will arrive in Marshalltown next week and is expected to be installed at the Marshalltown Performing Arts Center. The Marshalltown Performing Arts Center Foundation and the Marshalltown Community School District/High School, in partnership …

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Brett Whiteley’s sudden death stuns the art world

At 21, Whiteley obtained a travel grant and traveled to Italy before settling in Great Britain in 1961, where he exhibited in a survey of recent Australian painting at the Whitechapel Gallery, in the company of Sidney Nolan, Arthur Boyd and Russell Drysdale (a painting was immediately purchased by the …

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How bipartisan gun control talks actually succeeded

Jtime is the enemy gun control laws, any lawyer will tell you. The outcry for tougher gun laws has always been loudest during times of national horror, in the hours and days after a massacre, when anger is high and the anguish of survivors and grieving families fill the airwaves. …

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Who really pays with buy now, pay later companies like Klarna and Affirm: NPR

CHERYL W THOMPSON, HOST: If you’ve shopped online recently, you might have seen an option that would let you pay some now and the rest later, interest-free. Buy now, pay later Businesses have exploded in popularity during the pandemic. Klarna, Afterpay and Affirm are just a few of them. Now …

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The Best Artist Biopics, Ranked

From Van Gogh’s famous “Starry Night“At Frida Kahlo’s”The two Fridas“, more often than not, we find ourselves contemplating these works of art without any idea of ​​their meaning. Each artist has his own reason for his creations, and these reasons arise from his subjective experiences. Thus, learning more about life …

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Literacy underpins the most spied on state in the world

Before progressive causes became the domain of the professional middle class, writers and artists looked to socialism for ideological comfort. Sadly, no society has lived up to the utopian hopes of equality and collective wealth that have filled thousands of books and inspired countless works of art. The most ambitious …

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Freddie Mercury’s ‘priceless’ stamp collection will be celebrated | Freddie Mercury

All Queen fans know how much Freddie Mercury enjoyed riding his bike, but fewer know about the flamboyant singer’s other great childhood hobby: collecting stamps. Today, for the first time, the Postal Museum is displaying one of Mercury’s “priceless” collector’s albums – its value is enhanced by the fact that …

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LOUD AND LIVE & PRIMO ENTERTAINMENT PARTNER AROUND IMMERSIVE EXPERIENCES

The partnership will focus on Frida Kahlo – The Life of an Icon Immersive biography, a national tour that begins in Montreal MIAMI, June 10, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Primo Entertainment and Loud And Live announce their partnership around the development and production of Frida Kahlo – The Life of an …

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School status during the pandemic predicted parental resilience

Credit: Unsplash/CC0 public domain Parents accustomed to homeschooling felt more resilient during the COVID-19 pandemic than those whose public school children were suddenly housebound, according to a Rice University study. This was especially true for home-schooled parents who remained physically active. But those who experienced increased stress because students were …

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Lawsuit challenging Trump Tower Black Lives Matter mural dismissed

A judge has upheld the previous dismissal of a lawsuit brought by a group of conservative women against a Black Lives Matter mural, painted in large-scale yellow lettering on the street outside New York’s Trump Tower. The mural was created in July 2020 on the Fifth Avenue roadway directly across …

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Cost of living crisis: Glasgow 4th hardest hit city in UK

Glasgow residents are among the hardest hit in the UK by the cost of living crisis, a study has found. Register to our GlasgowWorld Today newsletter Food, energy and fuel prices have all skyrocketed in recent months, leaving people struggling with ever-larger bills and leading them to seek cost-cutting measures. …

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Wolves have been in talks to sign the striker but must pay £18m to beat AC Milan

Photo by Pascal Della Zuana/Icon Sport via Getty Images Wolverhampton Wanderers will have to pay £18m to reunite Bruno Lage with Shakhtar Donetsk striker Pedrinho in the Premier League, Brazilian journalist Jorge Nicola has claimed on his YouTube channel. Last season, only three teams in England’s top flight scored fewer …

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The French grandfather of street art, Jacques Villeglé, dies at 96

Published on: 06/08/2022 – 15:21 French “grandfather” of street art, Jacques Villeglé died at the age of 96. He was known for his work reusing damaged posters that he collected and which have been displayed in museums around the world. “It is with great sadness that we learned of the …

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The MeToo film movement moves from rhetoric to action

Published on: 08/06/2022 – 07:52 Paris (AFP)- As the MeToo movement evolves, the film industry is looking for practical ways to ensure that its opposition to harassment and abuse translates into tangible improvements. Campaign group Time’s Up UK is the latest to come up with a concrete initiative, announcing plans …

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The Derbyshire drug addict has taken out £55,000 in loans on behalf of loved ones

Chris Flitter, 42, told unsuspecting victims he needed their bank details to transfer funds – but then used them to apply for more than 25 loans and transferred money to his own account. In total, the defendant tried to borrow over £200,000, but many of his requests from lenders were …

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World’s first immersive adventure in Indigenous art and culture

Grande Experiences, creators and producers of Van Gogh Alive, partner of the National Museum in a new digital experience A unique Indigenous cultural event that takes visitors on a journey through land, water and sky opens at the National Museum of Australia in Canberra on Wednesday June 8, 2022. Connection: …

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Birmingham Festival 2022 will host sports-inspired performances, films and visual arts installations

As Birmingham and the West Midlands prepare for the Birmingham 2022 Commonwealth Games, the Birmingham 2022 Festival is hosting a range of performances, films and visual art installations, all inspired by sport. Until September 30, the Birmingham Festival 2022 is the biggest cultural celebration ever in the region, as well …

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A Barbershop financial management app relies on Bond for BaaS and i2c for payments

NEW YORK, NY – Photo by Bill Tompkins/Getty Images Astor Place Hairstylists. Getty Images Hair salons may not seem like a huge market, but the country has around 130,000 of them, and 20,000 use a hair salon management system called Squire. It handles online bookings, sends reminders to customers when …

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A chance to prove himself: Webb leads all-county football team, eagerly awaits opportunity at next level – Reuters

By David Shaw For the Salisbury post SALISBURY — As long as there is tomorrow, today is a starting point. That’s the spirit forward Sutton Webb brought to her final season of women’s soccer with the Salisbury Hornets this spring. Three months, 17 wins and a dizzying tally of goals …

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What we’re reading today: From zero to birth: how the human brain is built

DUBAI: Elisa Sednaoui can now add the best-selling author to her growing curriculum vitae. Shortly after the Egyptian-Italian-French model, filmmaker and humanitarian published her first book, ‘Nobody Can Make You Feel Bad Without Your Permission’ earlier this month, it became an instant bestseller. in Italy. The 34-year-old co-wrote the book …

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WA Symphony Orchestra and Asher Fisch play Haydn, Beethoven and Brahms at the Perth Concert Hall

A sense of nostalgia with a hint of mystery hung over the concert hall on Friday for the WA Symphony Orchestra’s star work, Haydn’s Sinfonia concertante. Four of WASO’s principal musicians – Liz Chee (oboe), Jane Kircher-Lindner (bassoon), Semra Lee-Smith (violin) and Eve Silver (cello) – were featured as soloists, …

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Highlights of Jill Magi’s “The Weft in Pencil” Exhibition

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City Life Org – Times Square Arts presents LaJuné McMillian’s motion portraits for June Midnight Moment

The artist uses VR technology and motion capture data to create individual video portraits in an archive of black dance culture Times Square Artsthe largest public platform for contemporary performance and visual arts, is pleased to present Motion Portraits by artist LaJune McMillian for the month of June as part …

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What to do now: May 31

Summer has unofficially begun and if you’re staying in town, there are plenty of extracurricular activities and events to keep you busy. Check out two new exhibits from Cal Academy that are suitable for all ages, or head out for a fun adults-only evening with art made with Legos. Performances, …

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MW | whitehot contemporary art magazine

ThisPlay, exhibition view at Arter, 2022. Photos: Orhan Cem Çetin. ThisPlay Artery From February 17 to April 9, 2022 By ZOË HOPKINSJune 2022 Who could the contemporary surrealists be? In Istanbul, Turkey, Arter may have found the answer to this question. Spilling over walls, ceilings and corners, over several floors, …

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Young activists create Asian American history lesson to fight racism

Placeholder while loading article actions “Education is so important to creating change and fighting racism,” said 14-year-old Mina Fedor. “But there are so few [taught] in schools about AAPI [Asian American and Pacific Islander] the history and contributions of Asian Americans. An organization founded by Mina last year called AAPI …

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Fintechs increase exposure to gig economy workers as inflation increases demand for loans

Fintechs and payday lenders are aggressively lending to gig economy workers even as banks and large non-bank financial corporations (NBFCs) become more conservative in the space. Fintech lenders saw demand for food and grocery delivery managers with various app-based platforms jump up to 40% in Q4FY22, industry executives said. Higher …

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Athlon & Ryzen 5 series for socket FT6, 2 RDNA 2 compute units, up to 32 GB LPDDR5, 4 PCIe Gen 3 lanes

AMD’s Mendocino APU specs that would cover the entry-level Athlon & Ryzen 5 laptop segment have been leaked on the Chiphell forums. Leaked AMD Mendocino APU specs: up to 4 Zen 2 CPU cores, 2 RDNA 2 compute units, 32GB LPDDR5 memory and 4 PCIe Gen 3 lanes Announced at …

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Abrazo Queer Tango in Berkeley is part of a global movement

Instructor Mira Barakat and Abrazo Queer Tango organizer Karen Lubisch dance at Finnish Hall on May 15, 2022. Credit: Kelly Sullivan On a recent Sunday afternoon at Finnish Hall, tango teacher Mira Barakat demonstrated a connection exercise designed to help students better respond to their partner’s movements. “Leaders, hands up,” …

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Traders accuse council bosses of ‘cheating’ City over £1 market deal

Liverpool Council have been accused of ‘misleading the city’ over a deal in which they claimed to have taken control of the city’s markets for £1. In 2016 the council bought Geraud Markets Liverpool Ltd, the company that ran the city’s markets. At the time, the board said it only …

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Van Gogh’s ear and six other good things

1. Van Gogh’s ear at Van Gogh’s Van Gogh’s Restaurant (334 E Commercial St, Springfield) is a delicious Orecchiette pasta with broccoli and smoked sausage, tossed in a lemon, garlic and anchovy sauce with grated Dutch cheese and a pesto finish. 2. Guacamole Norteno at Catrina’s Modern Mexican Restaurant (2925 …

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‘Stri aa Aaig’, a realistic portrayal of life in the Mithila region of Nepal

Amarendra Yadav, a well-known Maithili literary figure, has been active in Maithili literary activities for almost two and a half decades. He recently wrote ‘Stri aa Aaig’ (The Woman and the Fire), a collection of poems which won the 2020 Nepal Bidyapati Maithili Pandulipi (Manuscript) Prize. The collection of forty-two …

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The Coral Gables Museum exhibits contemporary Ukrainian art

“The Deity of Chill” by Yana Bystrova is on display at the Coral Gables Museum for an exhibition of Ukrainian art made just before and after the fall of the Soviet Union. Bystrova, who is originally from Kyiv and now lives in Paris, said she is happy that American audiences …

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Meet a CEO: Marcus Lasarow of CashD

We caught up with Marcus Lasarow, Founder and CEO of FinTech startup CashD, a company that helps Australian businesses reduce employee turnover through innovative payroll solutions. We talked about the disconnect between payroll and workforce management, B2B solutions, and the importance of retaining long-term employees. Marcus, you have 20 years …

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Live events emerge from the pandemic, jump into an immersive future

Getty One look at the crowded polo grounds at the recent Coachella Music and Arts Festival was enough to verify that live events are making a comeback after two years of pandemic cancellations, hiatuses and delays. Here, at the start of the traditional summer music festival season, fans are making …

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Core Dance’s Sue Schroeder is embarking on an ambitious new creative project in Poland

Schroeder’s title is Founding Director of Creativity, which currently encompasses a myriad of responsibilities – bringing artists together, researching communist repatriation funding, hiring photographers and videographers, arranging water, food and glamping style tents and explaining to the Polish team what mulch is. “Mulch is not a thing there,” says Schroeder. …

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Warning from Martin Lewis to tax credits, income support and other legacy benefit seekers

The government plans to transfer all former benefit claimants to Universal Credit. The move has left those receiving the payments worried about whether or not they will be in a more difficult financial situation. However, they will have no choice in the matter whether they lose money or not and …

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Immersive experience open until June 25 in Augusta

Residents of the Augusta area can now view Vincent Van Gogh’s masterpieces through an experiential and modern platform. Beyond Van Gogh: the Immersive Experience is on view at James Brown Arena in downtown Augusta through June 25. The exhibition uses high-tech projectors to create huge multi-dimensional images of Van Gogh’s …

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Conversations between friends: the frustrating awkwardness of a high-profile series | Television

IIt was always unlikely Conversations with Friends, the new Hulu and BBC adaptation of Sally Rooney’s debut novel, could repeat Normal People’s crush. This latest show, another Hulu/BBC production based on Rooney’s best-selling second novel and released in April 2020, was the rare combination of the right material, the right …

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Mexican artists and designers take over Rockefeller Center

Most New Yorkers aren’t fazed. But when Brian Thoreen told a group of locals that he and a crew of construction people were lifting and pushing with forklifts right in the center of Rockefeller Center, they gasped. On Tuesday May 10, the artist and design dealer stayed up until 4 …

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What you should do if your parents don’t want to cut funding to cover your own education |

What you should do if your parents don’t want to cut funding to cover your own education If parents are involved in privacy, ask them for confidentiality of student information, including financial aid software, try to protect them through your Family Education Rights and Privacy Work (FERPA ). In particular, …

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Theater troupe to host the second season of entertainment | Community

A relatively new theater company in Norman is excited about its spring and summer season. Already in its season, Co.llective Arts Productions (Co.Arts) will host two full productions over the next two months, as well as several staged readings. Five students and alumni of the University of Oklahoma School of …

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Shobhaa De on Tasneem Zakaria Mehta, the indomitable art historian

The first day of the launch of Tasneem Zakaria Mehta’s labor of love, a massive tome titled Mumbai: A City Through Objects – 101 Stories from Dr. Bhau Daji Lad Museum, turned into a huge disappointment for the Managing Director ( Tasneem) of this gem of a museum. Sheikh Khalifa …

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LEGO announces Vincent van Gogh

If you’re broke and can’t afford a painting created by Vincent Van Gogh (how downgraded of you), LEGO has the next best thing. The legendary toy makers have announced plans to partner with the Museum of Modern Art (MoMA) in New York to bring LEGO fans an experience like never …

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Financial literacy courses could become a requirement in Montana schools next year | Montana News

When Butte resident Mike Paffhausen graduated from Carroll College in 2009, he received a thin, purple school book that he says changed his life. It was called “Life After Graduation: Your Guide to Success”. Paffhausen then made a to-do list on a few blank pages at the back of the …

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