CSU Dominguez Hills Art Exhibit Features South Central Artist Lauren Halsey – Daily Breeze

By Cristabell Fierros, Contributing author The Cal State Dominguez Art Gallery will launch its first exhibition since the start of the coronavirus pandemic, with South Central artist Lauren Halsey’s Afrofuturism and funk-inspired work going on display Saturday, March 12. Halsey incorporates architecture and found, crafted and handmade objects into her …

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Government changes controversial lending rules

The government is making changes to its controversial loan laws, following complaints that it was preventing some people in a decent financial position from getting mortgages and other loans. By Kathryn Armstrong The rules were changed in December in a bid to protect people against loans they could not afford. …

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“Immersive Frida Kahlo” features another tech-focused exhibit. His descendants insist it’s genuine

“Immersive Frida Kahlo” will present the life and work of the Mexican artist. Photo: Kyle Flubacker There’s yet another immersive artist-inspired light show in town. “Immersive Frida Kahlo” opens Saturday, March 12 at SVN West San Francisco, featuring screenings of paintings by Mexican artist Frida Kahlo accompanied by biographical presentations …

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Blackmail review – the play that brought Hitchcock a hit is revamped for today | Theater

AAn artist has died in his Chelsea studio, stabbed in the throat, blood everywhere. But this scene is not a crime scene: the only red material is the strawberry jam that the policeman Harold Webber spreads on his bread. That’s because Mark Ravenhill cut the first act of Charles Bennett’s …

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Community Builders – Welcome to the City of Fort Worth

Posted on March 09, 2022 Women’s History Month is a celebration of women’s contributions to history, culture, and society and has been observed every March in the United States since 1987. In the spirit of this mission, every Wednesday of this month, we’ll be featuring women historians from …

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artnet: The Creators of “Immersive Van Gogh” Will Bring an Experience Dedicated to a Historic Ukrainian Artist to Six North American Cities

An immersive exhibition dedicated to the work of Taras Shevchenko (1814-1861), a Ukrainian poet and artist considered a founding figure in the country’s cultural history, is coming to six North American cities. Proceeds from the project, originally organized by Lighthouse Immersive, the company behind Immersive Van Gogh and Immersive Frida …

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Myaskovsky, Nikolai – Classical music

FFor such a solid figure, Nikolai Myaskovsky offers surprising contradictions and paradoxes: consistent in his musical vision but uneven in his production; an individual who nevertheless fit well with the demands of socialist realism in the Soviet Union from the 1930s; a conservative with flashes of what might be called …

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Tasaki and Fiona Krüger collaborate on watches

In 2015, during her first trip to Tokyo, Scottish watch designer Fiona Krüger was captivated by the Tasaki Abstract Star necklace, then on display at the Isetan department store. “I had never seen anything like it,” Ms Krüger said in a Zoom call from the Alsace region of France, where …

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The most common consumer frauds and how to avoid them

Beware of charity scams in Ukraine 3 hours ago Congressman Welch calls for more benefits for veterans 3 hours ago The Red Cross grapples with a national blood crisis 5 hours ago Last week’s piling on I-89 ‘probably the biggest engine… 3 days ago The “Vermont Beardies” contest helps raise …

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In a Greek migrant camp, an Afghan woman finds her strength in art | The mighty 790 KFGO

By Karolina Tagaris THIVA, Greece (Reuters) – In a tiny classroom at a migrant camp in Greece, Roya Rasuli, 18, teaches painting to a lively group of young girls. For Rasuli, it is also a lesson in female empowerment. “What is your message for women, for girls? Rasuli, who was …

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Gallery6 continues the tradition with its annual art bazaar

Islamabad: The highly anticipated annual ‘Art Bazaar’ which Gallery 6 traditionally organizes every year to celebrate its anniversary, is currently underway, with mega discounts offered to art lovers and collectors as part of its 14th anniversary. The bazaar, which offers a wide variety of around 700 works of art, is …

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Modern art shines in BMA’s spring exhibitions

If you haven’t seen the Richard Yarde exhibit on display at the Baltimore Museum of Art (BMA) yet, you still have a few weeks to visit. Richard Yarde: Beyond Savoy will be on view until April 24, and I urge you to catch it while you can. The BMA, which …

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Why would anyone want to get out of debt?

Why would anyone want to get out of debt? Think about it. You borrow money. You can use this money now. Then you can pay it back slowly, over time. Who wouldn’t want this deal? You might expect a financial planner to say that everyone should deleverage as soon as …

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Andy Warhol’s Diaries Release Date | Trailer and latest news

We’re never short of documentaries to watch on Netflix, with the streamer becoming the go-to place to watch them, especially on the true crime front. Although not strictly a true crime documentary, there is an element of crime as it focuses on the infamous murder of artist Andy Warhol in …

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Sailors share their stories at She Tells Sea Tales, plus other fun things to do around Seattle

What happens March 4-10? March is Women’s History Month, and if you’re looking for a way to celebrate, check out She tells sea storiesan event that elevates the voices of underrepresented women in the maritime industry and offers insight into their lives. She Tells Sea Tales began in 2014 and …

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The cinematic language of Theo Angelopoulos

By George Vardas. Theo Angelopoulos is widely regarded as Greece’s greatest filmmaker, having crafted an epic vision of modern Greece and the Balkans through his cinematic odyssey through its turbulent social and political history. Professor Vrasidas Karalis, Sir Nicholas Laurantos Chair in Byzantine and Modern Greek Studies at the University …

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Film explores harms of ‘Dreamer’ narrative on undocumented community

A new film premiering Wednesday at Arizona State University’s Tempe campus aims to shed light on a conversation immigration activists have had for years: how the “Dreamer” narrative is negatively impacting the sans community. -papers. Karina Dominguez, 22, a political organizer, produced “Rejecting the Dreamer Narrative”, a documentary that focuses …

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Here are the 3 best things to do with your tax refund

Image source: Getty Images Be sure to use your tax refund wisely. Key points Many Americans will receive a large tax refund this year. This lump sum payment represents a great opportunity to improve your finances. Paying off debt, building an emergency fund, and investing are some smart ways to …

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The brilliant reviews of the Natural History Museum, the National Gallery and the British Museum left by Americans on TripAdvisor

London is blessed with some of the best museums and galleries in the world with a wide variety of offerings ranging from the Natural History Museum to the National Gallery. What’s even better is that most of the biggest and best are absolutely free to enter, even if they twist …

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Military combat simulator developer urges people not to use game to create fake Ukraine war footage

Editor’s note: The war in Ukraine is a permanent, painful and moving subject. IGN urges community members to be respectful when engaging in conversation on this topic and does not condone any form of harassment. Eagle Dynamics, the developer of military combat simulator DCS World, asked people not to present …

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100 years of Mussorgsky/Ravel’s “Pictures”: the exhibition is still open | Arts

Most have heard the famous opening of Mussorgsky/Ravel’s “Pictures at an Exhibition”, with its royal brass chorale used in movies, television, video games and even as WWE entrance music. This year we mark the 100th anniversary of Maurice Ravel’s famous 1922 orchestration of Modeste Mussorgsky’s “Pictures” for solo piano. For …

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Payday Loans Statistics | The bank rate

Here’s a breakdown of payday loan demographics by parental status. Parents are more likely to take out payday loans than non-parents. Parental status Percentage having used a personal loan non-relative 5% relative 8% payday loans in america The rates and terms of payday loans can vary widely by state. Some …

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The successful loan exhibition of the precious Russian Morozov collection is still in Paris

A major international exhibition, which opened in Paris last fall after being postponed three times due to COVID-19, offers a rare view of 200 masterpieces from the collection of the Russian brothers, Mikhail and Ivan Morozov. As Russia invaded Ukraine last week, the exhibition of exceptional paintings from Russian museums …

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It’s time to stop letting despots weaponize our western freedoms

The arc of history, we are often told, leans toward justice. It’s a warming sentiment, but as the Russian invasion of Ukraine shows, it’s unfounded. There is no arc of history, progress is not inevitable, and civilization rests on quicksand. Yet the illusion of progress and the belief that the …

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50 years after ‘Womanhouse’ exhibition, local artist appealed to discuss her legacy at national conference – Macomb Daily

Half a century after the opening of the famous feminist art exhibition “Womanhouse”, launched in California by artists Judy Chicago and Miriam Schapiro, Laura Earle, Detroit-based artist and curator of Womxnhouse Detroit, says the movement is still just as important. “Fifty years later, we still live in an America where …

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Florida tenants have few rights. Officials try to help

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other opinion content provide insights into issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom reporters. In January, Hialeah tenants protested rent increases outside the Miami office of Eco Stone Group, their new landlord. Pedro Portal [email protected] Here’s the not-so-new …

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The best history of the French dispatch reveals the violence between art and commerce

Rosenthaler hesitates to sell the painting, Simone Naked, Cell Block J Hobby Room, when Julian Cadazio (Brody’s dealer who is briefly incarcerated for the white-collar crime of sales tax evasion) kindly makes his way into the maximum security unit for the mentally deranged. “All artists sell all their work, that’s …

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Tattoo artist Simon on TV – and his ink career

A tattoo artist from North Staffordshire has made a name for himself after winning numerous awards and appearing on television. Simon Cooke owns The Ink Spot, in Silverdale, but learned to tattoo by teaching himself at home. The 46-year-old, from Penkhull, starred in E4’s Tattooist of the Year and progressed …

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10 Common Reasons People Use Payday Loans | Ask the Experts

Struggling to fund an emergency? What should you do if you need money right now? First of all, assess the situation and do not make hasty decisions. Payday loans play a good role here to help you pay off your debt and spend the necessary amount of money for emergency …

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Remarkable emergency workers helping victims of sexual assault through their darkest days

Interrogation rooms are sparsely furnished for forensic reasons, but the care provided by emergency workers whose job it is to help people through the nightmarish hours of the worst day of their lives is always warm. This is the Sexual Assault Referral Center in Swindon and Wiltshire, a seemingly unremarkable …

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Andy Warhol comes to life in new Netflix docuseries

Andy Warhol has the chance to tell the story of his own life. At least that’s the idea behind Netflix’s upcoming docuseries: Andy Warhol’s Diaries. With the help of AI technology, Warhol’s voice will narrate the project, using recorded and edited snippets of his journal entries to weave the episodes …

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Why Upstart, a high-growth fintech, is already buying back shares?

Reached ( UPST -7.34% ), the lender using artificial intelligence in its lending decision-making, delivered strong results for the fourth quarter of 2021, pushing its share price higher last week. But the company also delighted shareholders by announcing that it had authorized a $400 million share buyback program. The news …

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A sculptor of light and space dies at 86 – ARTnews.com

De Wain Valentine, a sculptor affiliated with the Light and Space movement commonly considered one of the first artists to enlist plastic as an artistic material, has died. A representative of the Valentine gallery, Almine Rech, said on Sunday that he died of an illness. Valentine was part of a …

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Watercolourist John Pereira brings the shades of Goa to life on canvas

watercolorist John Pereirathe exhibition titled Once upon a time in Goawhich will be held at the Jehangir Art Gallery in Mumbai from February 21 to 27, showcases the region’s natural beauty, village life, local traditions and forms of architecture at a time when the state is struggling with the uncertainties …

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Pro-Art Brings Mad River’s “Freedom Riders” to Big Stone Gap | Sunday stories

BIG STONE GAP, Va. — The Pro-Art Association, in partnership with the Appalachian African American Cultural Center and UVA Wise, will host Mad River Theater Works in Southwest Virginia this week for a special presentation of “Freedom Riders “. The latest addition to the canon of American history plays by …

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DiBona’s bombshell helps launch Marple Newtown after Rustin – PA Prep Live

MARPLE — It wasn’t a Van Gogh or a Rembrandt, but Marple Newtown certainly delivered in the first round of the Class 5A District 1 playoffs on Friday, painting a 57-47 decision over West Chester Rustin. The Tigers trailed three hoops to nothing when senior Justin “Bones” DiBona said enough …

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MANDEL: The killer is sentenced to life without the possibility of parole for 18 years

Breadcrumb Links Toronto and the GTA criminality Abdiljibar Mahamoud beheaded his ex Brittney Newman in front of their two young children in 2018 Brittney Newman, 25, was beheaded in front of her two children by her ex, Abdiljibar Mahamoud, in February 2020. Picture by handout /GoFundMe Content of the article …

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Canadian ‘Group of Seven’ Artists Win Big at Miller & Miller’s Canadian and Folk Art Auction,…

Oil on panel by Canadian “Group of Seven” artist Alexander Young Jackson (1882-1974), titled St. Lawrence South Shore Village (c. 1945), 10 ½ inches by 13 ½ inches (CA$47,200). Miller & Miller Auctions, Ltd. NEW HAMBURG, Ontario, Canada – Original oil paintings by Canadian “Group of Seven” artists Alexander Young …

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Finger Lakes Travel: Valentine’s Day, Milkshakes at Dinner, Beyond Van Gogh, and More (Video)

Travel to the Finger Lakes is second to none. There is so much to do. Even in the winter months when the weather is cold and snowy. This week we visited a classic restaurant, a one-of-a-kind art exhibit, and a popular brewery in Auburn. Follow us on TikTok and Instagram …

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Dance class is in session: Flail, Get Weird, Unlock Yourself

You’ll feel stupid, Angela Trimbur promised. It was a Sunday, and Trimbur, a dancer and choreographer in an ’80s leotard worthy of Jane Fonda, was leading a class at a midtown Manhattan studio. Nearly 50 people were attracted by his pitch: a twirling afternoon in a not very serious but …

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Wall Street’s new enemy is a close ally of Elizabeth Warren

But it has been stalled by litigation and the Trump White House. The alternative version of his administration – released in 2020 – had no such requirement. Indeed, not much has changed yet for payday loans. Chopra will not only have to come back to this debate, but will also …

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London art gallery removes Van Gogh memorabilia that demeans men…

(MENAFN – BreezyScroll) A London art gallery was recently criticized for poking fun at mental health by selling memorabilia with blatant references to artist Vincent Van Gogh and his difficult life. Many people around the world know the story of van Gogh’s loss of left ear. The artist argued with …

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CDOT has replaced the Halsted Bike Path with a sidewalk. Many defenders don’t like him. – Streetblog Chicago

This week, there was news from the Bridgeport neighborhood of Chicago that outraged many residents. No, I’m not talking about the condemnation of the local alderman and descendant of the Daley dynasty Patrick Daley Thompson (11th) for bank fraud. Instead, it was revealed that the Chicago Department of Transportation responded …

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How ‘The New Negro’ started a renaissance, and not just in Harlem

In the same way that DuBois challenged the idea that black Americans should focus on learning trades rather than seeking a classical education, Locke’s New Negro suggested that now was the time for blacks Americans to get rid of the stereotypes placed on them by white America. . “The negro …

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How to remove slime from clothing and upholstery

Photo: jarabee123 (Shutterstock) At home, we don’t make slime. Its smooth, gooey texture horrified me from the start, not just for its germ, grime, and hair-collecting nature, but for the way he ruthlessly clings to every substance he comes in contact with. At occasion, however, one of my children is …

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We don’t talk about Bruno, but Latinos on Long Island can’t stop talking about Encanto

At Nichole Flores in Hempstead, she and her children, Valentina, 5, Adam, 9 and Maricela, 11, watch a film, alternating between cuddling and getting up to dance and sing. They know every move and every word. “It’s us like almost every night,” Maricela says, between scenes on the big screen. …

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Columbia Basin Badger Club to Honor Pasco, WA’s Art Fletcher

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other opinion content provide insights into issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom reporters. Arthur Allen Fletcher was the most important civil rights leader you’ve probably never heard of. The Baltimore Colts’ first black player, father of affirmative …

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The Crocker Art Museum is looking for artists for an auction

Old Sacramento has the perfect photo op to take your partner on Valentine’s Day. Stop at the Old Sacramento waterfront to feel the love and admire the magnificent Heart Arch that overlooks the Sacramento River. In partnership with Alyse Porzio of Steadfast Craft, this temporary community sculpture will be displayed …

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Isabel Allende tells a story that crosses the years with ease

Even at 78, global bestseller Isabel Allende (75 million books in 40 languages ​​to date) starts a new book every year on January 8, unless she’s still finishing one. Her latest novel, Violeta, is the story of a woman older than Allende, but with many parallel events in their lives: …

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double the dance

ŻfinDays is an annual program of short works by choreographers currently in the spotlight on the international dance scene. Introduced in 2019 by ŻfinMaltafrom the artistic director of Paolo Mangiola, this evening of short works has become one of the company’s annual flagship programs, exposing the dancers of the ŻfinMalta …

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Payday loans in Norwalk Fairfield County Ct –

This is a very common situation among freelancers because their income is not the same all the time. I didn’t want to ask my partner for money, so I turned to Payday-Loans-Cash-Advance.net. The potential lender was found a few hours after the application was approved. The next day after submitting …

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10 Shonen Anime That Might As Well Be Seinen

The shonen genre is generally defined as aimed at a younger male demographic and strives to appeal to teenagers. Shonen’s no less popular counterpart, seinen, has more mature themes and targets an older audience. Shonen dominates the industry in terms of popularity, capturing audiences’ attention with thrilling action, stellar character …

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Show your love for Portland in the 2nd Annual Love Notes Project

Love is in the air as Valentine’s Day approaches, and it’s not just for lovers. Maine’s biggest city is looking for love and it starts with a love note from you. This is the second year of Portland Downtown’s “Love Notes Project” and non-profit group asking the community to draw …

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Artists taking control? The Impact of COVID-19 Misinformation on the Music Industry

On January 26, industry legend Neil Young requested the removal of his music from Spotify, a private company, due to his complicity in allowing misinformation about COVID-19 to spread on the streaming platform. Digital platforms, like Spotify, present a perfect landscape for the spread of disinformation, due to their relatively …

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Imagine what it would be like in a world without the arts

Driving around town, you might see me driving an old green Toyota splattered with bumper stickers. Well chosen, they convey big ideas in few words. I love all of my bumper stickers, such as: The kids are worth it, Teachers are my heroes, love each other, Humanity – Be Both. …

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Badhaai Do is a complete family artist who also bravely tackles a social issue

STORY: Sumi and Shardul lead dual, socially repressed lives as closeted members of the gay and lesbian community. When they settle for a compromise marriage to please their intrusive families, they assume it would give them cover while they search for partners of their choice. What they end up doing …

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Romare Bearden, reminds us why we love art

All quotes fby Romare Bearden and biographical information are displayed in the exhibit. The first piece of art I ever liked was “Sunday morning breakfast.” When I was five, my parents brought home the 1967 Romare Bearden print from their trip to the Museum of Modern Art and placed it …

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Bill targeting ‘predatory’ loans gains momentum

Democratic senses Katy Duhigg of Albuquerque and William Soules of Las Cruces support a bill that would lower the cap on interest rates for small loans to 36% from a current maximum of 175%. (Eddie Moore/Albuquerque Journal) Copyright © 2022 Albuquerque Journal SANTA FE — Legislation that would dramatically lower …

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Chelmsford High students paint murals on school gates – Lowell Sun

CHELMSFORD — Pupils at Chelmsford Secondary School are lighting up remote learning hallways with a series of murals on their teachers’ doors. Dubbed ‘The Door Project’, the series of artworks so far includes six classroom doors and a mural in the offices of Hawthorne House. Five other murals are currently …

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10 Goriest Horror Movies of the 2010s

Gore is a point of contention among horror movie fans; while some relish splatterfests like Saw and Hostel, others find them unpleasant. Horror is already seen as a niche genre only for fringe fanatics, and films featuring extreme gore are pushing things even closer to the cinematic periphery. RELATED: The …

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Against the Regime: Artists Open Another Front in the Myanmar War | Burma

Et early one morning last February, a group of young people gathered on a street corner in Myanmar, armed with brushes and buckets of paint. In the dim light of dawn, they quickly completed their task and dispersed. “I felt excited and nervous. I was scared too, because I didn’t …

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Afraid to buy now, pay next goal later

Alarms have been raised that vulnerable customers could fall further into a “debt spiral” as the sector moves towards a new group. Buy now, pay later Pressure from suppliers to offer cash to Australian tenants could cause “big problems” for customers and further worsen debt problems, say consumer advocates. Consumer …

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The talented mum from Hull sewing amazing replicas of iconic paintings to raise money for the food bank

They say a stitch in time saves nine – or in the case of Miranda van Rossum – 5,000 of Hull’s most vulnerable families. The talented embroiderer has spent the past few months recreating iconic paintings as tapestries and sending the money she earns to Hull Foodbank. Mum-of-two Miranda used …

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Poor German pushing international students to drop out

The number of international students in Germany has increased despite the pandemic, but two recent studies suggest that German language policies may need a dose of realism to reduce damaging dropout rates. A survey of more than 4,500 international students at 125 universities by the German academic exchange service, Daad, …

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Resolutely modern Vera designed for the masses

It seems that Vera Neumann would have come to Palm Springs in the middle of the century. One can easily imagine that his sunny and exuberant creations come from the desert. During his life however, Neumann did not visit the desert, but his influence is evident everywhere here. Neumann practically …

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Stop the Debt Trap When Using Payday Loans

Payday loans are one of the easiest loans to get, but they’re also manipulative. In case of urgent need for money, there is no doubt that you will be able to obtain a loan quickly. However, if you are not careful, you may find yourself trapped in an endless cycle …

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Van Gogh loses part of his straw hat, as gallery finds self-portrait torn by collector

Dr Karen Serres, curator at the Courtauld, told the Telegraph: ‘The work was never loaned but managed to procure it. They never attempted a proper study. “If you think about it, people come to see Van Gogh – it’s ‘box office’ so it stays on the wall for people to …

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Sad season of coups in Africa

LAST Tuesday evening, February 1, a BBC commentator whose name I have not caught described the current situation as a “coup season in Africa”. The person went on to note that the frequent coups of the 1970s and 1980s gave way to democratic elections, but they seem to be making …

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This KL exhibition highlights the art of Japanese printmaking from the 1970s

Art lovers will have the opportunity to get a glimpse of the 1970s Japanese art prints that transformed the global art scene, thanks to the ongoing exhibition at Level 5, GMBB, Kuala Lumpur which ends on February 27. To reach a wider audience, the exhibition entitled Photographic images and material: …

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Crypto, NFT, Web3: People Hate the Future of the Internet

On the subway this morning, I looked up and saw an advertisement for a new cryptocurrency. Specifically, I looked at a bright red rectangle behind a large white font that read: It’s never too late to be early. We are in the midst of a speculation boom that has been …

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Skip to main content Facebook Twitter instagram To look for Register Login Dashboard Sign out My account Dashboard Profile Saved Items Sign out Homepage To look for News Local criminality national Education Entertainment Health live together Download our app Agricultural News Election results Coronavirus Weather Interactive radar Alerts Closures and …

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An artist returns home to Appalachia

LOUISVILLE, KY – Much has been said about Appalachia during the last years, often mean, and often by people who haven’t spent much time (if any) in the sprawling and diverse region. But the nine paintings that form the heart of the exhibition Ceirra Evans: It’s good to be home …

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Seattle artist Preston Singletary gets solo exhibition at Smithsonian’s National Museum of the American Indian

Inside the National Museum of the American Indian at the Smithsonian Institution in Washington, DC, an exquisite carved glass box glows from within. It’s the Daylight Box, a mythological vessel that’s part of an ancient Northwest Native story, brought to life in new ways by Preston Singletary, the internationally acclaimed …

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Sponsored Content: Personal Loans — Why Should You Get One?

A personal loan is usually an unsecured loan, which means you don’t have to post collateral. Thus, the lender will have nothing to seize in the event of default. However, we do not encourage you to default on your personal loans, as this has consequences. One of these consequences affects …

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Vincent van Gogh comes to life in Sedona

The Women of Sedona will celebrate Sedona Film Festival Month with a fun and whimsical program, “Vincent van Gogh Comes to Life in Sedona,” on Wednesday, February 9. Director and writer Paul Davids will offer a behind-the-scenes look at his imaginative film “Starry Night.” This film screened at a previous …

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At the Movies: Belfast is a bittersweet look at a Northern Irish childhood

Belfast (PG13) 98 minutes, opens February 3, 4 stars Many autobiographical films are born from the filmmaker’s desire to explain the past. It’s a form of art therapy – some might call it exorcism – that can make for great movies. In Singaporean director Anthony Chen’s Ilo Ilo (2013) and …

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10 red flags on a bank statement that could prevent you from getting a mortgage

A new study from Boon Brokers has discovered that 83% of people across the country are unaware of certain activity on their bank statements, which could be a red flag for a mortgage lender. A survey of 2,863 UK residents conducted by TLF on behalf of the mortgage broker also …

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Wormwood brings hearty French cuisine to North Park

Wormwood, one of North Park’s newest restaurants, combines French country charm with world cuisine and a bar menu that celebrates absinthe, an often misunderstood spirit that was popular with French bohemians in the 19th and early 20th centuries. The anise-based liqueur became known as a mythical spirit with hallucinatory properties …

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Perfect Corp. Expands Fashion Tech Solutions with Ultra-Realistic AR Ring and AR Bracelet Virtual Jewelry Trial | national company

NEW YORK–(BUSINESS WIRE)–January 31, 2022– Perfect Corp., the leading provider of artificial intelligence (AI) and augmented reality (AR) technology solutions for beauty and fashion, today announced the release of its new AR Ring Virtual Trial and AR Wristband Virtual Try-On. Fashion Technology Solutions are the latest tools to launch following …

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Top 10 Most Read Stories on the New Jersey Scene for the Week of January 23-29, 2022

NEWS | CHARACTERISTICS | PREVIEWS | EVENTS originally published: 01/30/2022 Here’s a look at the 10 most-read articles published at New Jersey Stage during the week of January 23-29, 2022. Each week, we publish about 70 articles, including several columns and original features, as well as press releases for events …

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Ranking Troy Aikman’s potential successors at Fox Sports

The new year is already proving to be a strange time for quarterbacks. Aaron Rodgers may have thrown his last pass for the Green Bay Packers, Tom Brady is considering retirement and Troy Aikman could be approaching his last game with Fox Sports. Aikman, who has worked at Fox since …

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What is Cloissonnism? Learn more about this post-impressionist style of art

The 19th century was a time of significant change in the art world. In the 1870s, the Impressionists rejected the fine arts (“fine arts”) in favor of depictions of fleeting moments inspired by light. This innovative style eventually gave way to its successor, Post-Impressionism, which found its roots in color …

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The exclusive Pablo Picasso exhibition is now open at the Dali Museum

The opportunity to admire 79 original works by famous artist Pablo Picasso arrives today when the Dali Museum opens an exhibition at its premises in St. Petersburg, Florida. The works are on loan from the Musée national Picasso-Paris. This is the only stage of the exhibition in the United States. …

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Why banks are eliminating overdraft fees | Personal finance

“Overdraft fees are deeply unpopular with consumers, and consumers now have more choice,” says Leigh Phillips, CEO of fintech nonprofit SaverLife and chairman of the Consumer Advisory Board of the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau. “Previously, they only had mainstream options like banks and credit unions or fringe services like payday …

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Beyond Van Gogh Valentine’s Day Package

One (1) winner will receive two (2) tickets to Beyond Van Gogh and one night’s stay at Le Meridien Hotel Clayton in the Van Gogh room. 1. NO PURCHASE NECESSARY TO ENTER OR WIN. 2. Eligibility. Subject to the additional restrictions below, the “Beyond Van Gogh Valentine’s Day Package How-to-Win …

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“ESG” = Extreme Shortages Guaranteed!

Environmental, social and governance (ESG) factors taking hold in the banking sector would compel banks to divest from fossil fuels. This would lead to a world like that of the 1800s, the last time the world was “decarbonized”. In the 1800s, we didn’t have coal or natural gas power plants, …

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From torrents to music NFTs – TechCrunch

Chris Fortier Donor Chris Fortier is Vice President of Products at Rallya platform for creators and fan communities to create shared economies powered by social tokens and digital goods and services. When you were hacking Outkast in 2003, could you have imagined a world where you would earn royalties for …

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Hermès sues digital artist for selling unauthorized Birkin bag NFTs in metaverse for up to six figures

French luxury brand Hermès is suing an artist for making counterfeit handbags, i.e. in the Metaverse. The case reveals just how much of a Wild West Web3 remains for artists and businesses. Earlier this month, the company filed a lawsuit against a digital artist who goes by the name of …

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WPA artists changed the course of American art

The stock market crash of October 1929 set off a severe economic shock wave in the United States, which swept through financial systems and citizens without a social safety net to support them. In the 1932 presidential election, Franklin Delano Roosevelt defeated Herbert Hoover in a landslide victory. FDR’s vision …

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Surrealist masterpiece by Pablo Picasso to be auctioned for the first time

Christie’s hopes to capitalize on collectors’ enthusiasm for Picasso at its upcoming ‘The Art of Surrealism’ evening sale. It will present “The Open Window”, a painting by the Spanish master which remained in the same private collection for half a century. “The Open Window” was made in 1929, during the …

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Scary fraud ensues when identity theft and usury collide – Krebs on Security

What’s worse than finding out that identity thieves have taken out a 546% interest payday loan in your name? How about a loan at 900% interest? Or how about not learning about the fraudulent loan until it’s turned over to debt collectors? A reader’s nightmarish experience sheds light on what …

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The Tuilier of Loudoun

For tile artist Joan Gardiner, anything goes. “I love fun challenges,” says tiler Joan Gardiner, looking up from a set of oversized Van Gogh prints and smiling in anticipation. “And these will be magnificent.” Gardiner is Loudoun County’s most sought after custom tile designer. Here, those who patiently await her …

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William Gropper’s incisive cartoons in defense of the New Deal look familiar today

William Gropper, “Wage Standard” cartoon published in Freiheit, pen and ink with wash on paper, 15 1/2 x 11 1/4 inches (images courtesy Swann Galleries) A particularly disastrous period in the history of the United States are bound to a remarkably abundant chapter in the nation’s artistic heritage. As part …

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6 alternative therapies for mental health issues

Complementary therapies such as yoga, dietary supplements, and pet therapy can help individuals cope with the symptoms of certain mental health disorders and improve their quality of life. Traditionally, doctors treat conditions such as depression, anxiety, and post-traumatic stress disorder (PTSD) with a combination of medication and psychotherapy. Mental health …

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BBC The Caribbean with Andi and Miquita: The life of Miquita Oliver, from Casualty star godmother to bankruptcy at 27

Miquita Oliver is the TV presenter best known for her time hosting T4. She began presenting in 2001 alongside Simon Amstell on Channel 4’s Popworld. The 37-year-old had a career spanning the 2000s and has since worked in radio, hosting shows on Radio 1 and 1Xtra. There are many surprising …

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The cost of living crisis is manufactured by a society addicted to greed

As the daylight increases and the Omicron recedes, forgive me if I don’t share the upbeat mood that is created when ‘restrictions’ are lifted. Freedom Day 2.0 anyone? The pandemic has both revealed and served as a cover for larger endemic social problems and the populism of the rhetoric about …

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[COLUMN] On Van Gogh and the Ministry of Compassion —

“The Spirit of the Lord is upon me, because he has anointed me to preach good news to the poor. He sent me to proclaim freedom to the captives and the recovery of sight to the blind, to set the oppressed free and to proclaim a year pleasing to the …

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Edmonds Art Beat: more about Edmonds Lunar New Year, plus books, theater and music

More information on the Edmonds Lunar New Year celebration The first annual Lunar New Year Edmonds takes place on January 29. The event will welcome the Year of the Tiger with a day full of family festivities. Events include a traditional lion dance performance at two locations. Master David Leong’s …

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Personal habits that can increase financial risk

(MENAFN – ValueWalk) When it comes to things that may pose a risk to your finances, certain activities may immediately come to mind. Investing heavily in high-risk stock options, quitting your job without a back-up plan, or habitually making large, unnecessary purchases are all obvious actions that can certainly affect …

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Syed Saddiq, Tony Fernandes and UKM join the movement

With the Non-Fungible Token (NFT) movement in Malaysia increasing day by day, we decided to start a series on what kind of local NFT news or activity happens in a week. This is where we’ll revisit the biggest NFT news of the week (and sometimes maybe the week before), highlight …

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The Dan Marino Foundation launches a unique financial literacy program for people with disabilities

Fort Lauderdale, FL and Cherry Hill, NJ – The Dan Marino Foundation this week launched a new financial literacy program that offers free courses that are accessible to everyone, but specially designed for people with disabilities, with the aim of providing everyone with the opportunity to navigate more successfully and …

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Got tickets for Immersive Van Gogh San Antonio? Organizers say an update is coming soon

SAN ANTONIO – People who have purchased tickets for the immersive Van Gogh exhibition in San Antonio who have been waiting for months to hear from the organization will have to wait a little longer. KSAT has received emails from ticket holders seeking answers on whether the traveling art exhibit …

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Free government COVID-19 tests now available to order for delivery

JThe government website where you can order four free COVID-19 home tests and have them shipped to your door is now live and available. Starting today, January 18, you can visit a new federally run website, COVIDtests.gov, and book rapid at-home COVID-19 tests for free. The United States Postal Service …

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The immersive experience is coming soon to Atlantic City

Register now for early access to tickets before they go on sale to the general public at vangoghatlanticcity.com Producer Paquin Entertainment Group proudly announces Beyond Van Gogh: the immersive experience is coming to Atlantic City soon for a limited engagement. With over 2.5 million tickets sold, the global phenomenon was …

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Indira, the name of the secret Mexican daughter of legendary author Gabriel García Márquez

A latest report from the Associated Press has revealed that legendary South American author Gabriel Garcia Marquez has kept the public from knowing about an intimate aspect of his life, his secret daughter. The Nobel laureate, who redefined magical realism, had a daughter with a Mexican writer, with whom he …

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Cost of Living, Credit Cards and COVID-19 – BC’s Latest Consumer Debt Study Highlights Consumer Debt Issues, Mental Health Impacts of Debt and More

Credit card debt is cited five times more than other types of problematic debt; Using credit for essential living expenses is the top cause of debt reported by 18% of insolvent consumers, and more than 3 in 4 respondents say debt affects their mental health. VANCOUVER, British Columbia, Jan. 17, …

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Shefali Shah: A character should drive you as an actor

Homepage ” Movies” Cinema News » Shefali Shah: A character should drive you as an actor By Akshay Acharya Mumbai, Jan 16 (SocialNews.XYZ) There are very few actors who blend seamlessly into a story’s universe and deliver such real-life performances that stay etched in the hearts of the audience. Shefali …

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Art thief Van Gogh linked to Isle of Man in BBC documentary |

Printed and digital download photos available A documentary aired on Monday evening (January 10) appeared to show a link between the island and an infamous art theft. BBC4 hosted a Vincent Van Gogh evening earlier this week, showing a number of documentaries about the Dutch post-Impressionist painter. One of the …

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