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Genius Brands Issue Statement

What’s the easiest loan to get with bad Credit? In general, however payday loans are typically the most affordable for those with poor credit scores because they’re small and come with higher rates of interest which means businesses are more likely to agree to these loans. Fast and Efficient Application, you usually must repay the […]

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“Interview with the Vampire” has an enduring legacy. Look inside his TV revival

CNN — It’s been nearly half a century since “Interview with the Vampire” was published, leaving its mark on popular culture. Written by the late Anne Rice, the book became the first of the “Vampire Chronicles”, which includes 12 follow-up novels. “Interview” itself was adapted into a 1994 feature film starring Brad Pitt and Tom […]

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Meet the Artist Who Just Launched Christie’s New Platform for NFT Sales

Diana Sinclair Neesmith Onzeur Acclaimed visual artist Diana Sinclair’s first solo exhibition serves as the launch pad for Christie’s 3.0, the auction house’s new platform for on-chain NFT sales. Stepsa curated auction of nine NFTs, is currently open for auction until October 11 and on display at Christie’s Galleries in New York until October 5. […]

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The Orange County Museum of Art celebrates its opening with a 24-hour party October 8-9

IN THE BLINK OF AN EYE at the steps of the Metropolitan Museum of Art, a set of grand staircases serve as a gathering place for visitors to the OC Museum. September 30, 2022 By Lydia Ringwald The new Orange County Museum of Art, the latest jewel in the crown of the Segerstrom Center, opens […]

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Coolio ‘Gangsta’s Paradise’ Covers – Billboard

Coolio’s death on Wednesday at age 59 came as a shock to his fans around the world. Artis born rapper Leon Ivey Jr. was found dead on the bathroom floor of a friend’s house, with the official cause of death still pending at press time. His untimely passing prompted an outpouring of sympathy and condolences […]

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Midwest Arts and Arts Group Produce New Bedford Campaign Love Letter

NEW BEDFORD – A new ‘Love Letter to New Bedford’ campaign has been launched to empower and promote local artists. With the help of Creative Ambassadors and a Connecting Creation Cohort assembled by New Bedford Creative, under the direction of Arts Midwest, the project will weave stories of connection and creativity into a public narrative […]

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The Future of the Campground – The Provincetown Independent

Upcoming meetings Most meetings at Wellfleet are remote only, but some are held in person. Go to www.wellfleet-ma.gov/calendar and click on the meeting you want to watch, then follow the instructions on the agenda. Thursday September 29 Tax Assistance Committee, 10 a.m., Adult Community Center Barnstable HOME Consortium, 5:30 p.m., Provincetown Library Monday, October 3 […]

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The Queer for Fear Docuseries asks: Is Frankenstein a gay horror movie?

Boris Karloff in Frankenstein. Mark Blankenship, editor of Primetimer’s Reviews, isn’t just a TV fan: he’s also a movie buff. Every once in a while, something on the small screen will inspire him to write about a movie, which is why Shudder’s Queer for fear inspired this deep dive into Frankenstein. Is Frankenstein’s monster really […]

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10 Best Ben Stiller Movies

Ben Stiller is best known for his comedy films and romantic comedies, but throughout his career he has created or participated in various genres. Many of his films focus on a specific theme, usually critiquing a particular period in a person’s life, as in reality hurts or the new Amazon original, Brad Status. Related: 8 […]

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West Norfolk Artists Association collaborates with King’s Lynn Purfleet Brasserie to promote the visual arts

A new collaboration between Purfleet Brasserie and the West Norfolk Artists Association (WNAA) in Lynn will provide a venue for the visual arts. Last week, an official event was held at the Brewery on Tuesday evening, attended by West Norfolk Mayor Lesley Bambridge. The Mayor showed his support for the new collaboration with brewery owners […]

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A new art dealer, an auction house and a book – updates from the world of art and antiquities

Emma Ward has left the Dickinson Gallery. Image: Dafydd Jones Laura Chester Sep 27, 2022 Moretti district Dickinson Gallery Managing Director Emma Ward and James Roundell left to set up a society with Old Masters specialist Fabrizio Moretti. They are joined by Dickinson […]

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Youth Desperation: The End of the American Dream?

Photo by Pars Sahin Americans are suffering, and not as much as the young people of this country. In December 2021, the Surgeon General of the United States, Dr. Vivek Murthy, released a disturbing report, “Council on Youth Mental Health Protection,” which paints a troubling picture of young people ages 3 to 17. The report […]

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Crystar: Marvel’s Forgotten Fantasy Hero

The 1980s were a very important era in popular culture. You’ve seen the explosion of video games, the birth of multiple popular film and television franchises, a wide variety of music, and innovation in places like toys and comics. While many popular toy lines form the 1980s like He-Man and G.I. Joe are still loved […]

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How do you encourage millennials to move to Traverse City?

How do you get a millennial to move their family or business to Traverse City? After five years, multiple grants, and setting up a digital talent attraction campaign, the Traverse Connect team thinks they have a pretty good idea. In 2017, a Michigan Office of Film and Digital Media grant was awarded to five […]

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Helen Wan, Lawyer and Author of “The Partner Track,” on Bringing Her Novel Biglaw to Netflix

Author Helen Wan (courtesy photo) “And blame the postmodern things I can’t relate / Like summer camps in the coastal states / Like booze and coffee beans / Dance floors and magazines / I think it’s safe to say that I have only myself to blame.” – The format This week I had the opportunity […]

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Blade Runner, Quads and Dizzee Rascal: The Story of the First TV Musical | Television

Jungle isn’t the most conventional TV show you can watch. In a sense, it’s a spiritual successor to Top Boy, given its storylines and gun cast whose crime-based livelihoods surround London’s drug trade. But it’s also a musical – television’s first musical, in fact – and most of the cast are top British MCs. It’s […]

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The Wesleyan Argus | “The Dreams of Sentences” by Renee Gladman conceptualizes language through art

c/o Dario Lasagni “The Dreams of Sentences,” a new exhibition at Ezra and Cecile Zilkha Gallery featuring works by artist Renee Gladman, reconceptualizes the relationship between writing and visual art. The exhibition was inaugurated on Tuesday September 6, with an official opening on Tuesday September 13. “A writer and artist preoccupied with the crossings, thresholds […]

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Poster House Presents “Masked Vigilantes on Silent Motorcycles”

David Wojnarowicz, “True Myth (Domino Sugar)” (1983) (© Estate of David Wojnarowicz, courtesy the Estate of David Wojnarowicz & P P O W, New York) Now on view at Poster House, Masked vigilantes on silent motorbikes traces how advertising posters have become a staple of public discourse, providing artists with a rich array of material […]

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Are Canada’s Liberals realizing the dangers of a ‘woke’ Trudeau?

It’s hard to turn the fear of offending special interest groups into an effective strategy for running a nation. With MP Pierre Poilievre elected to lead the Conservative Party of Canada, there’s a new sheriff on Parliament Hill — and it looks like some Liberal Party members are now seeing Prime Minister Justin Trudeau’s ‘woke’ […]

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Sotheby’s Dubai to showcase $45 million worth of art and jewelry in new exhibition

For the first time in the region, Sotheby’s Dubai will host an exhibition featuring works from its $45 million New York Contemporary Art auctions. The big auction takes place every two years in May and November and sets the benchmark for the global art market. Contemporary masterpieces on display will include works by Italian artist […]

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Sunflowers surge as Nye Beach Banner Project embraces solidarity with Ukraine

Jill Pridgeon says the banner project reminded her of photos of hippies putting flowers down the barrels of National Guard rifles at Kent State, an image echoed in her banner. In the 14 seasons banners flew from lampposts from Nye Beach to Newport, themes have included the 2017 eclipse, safety, diversity and COVID. This year’s […]

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AFA.net – Appetite like God

WARNING: Major social media outlets are finding ways to block the conservative/evangelical point of view. Click here for the daily e-delivery of The Stand’s Daily Digest – the best AFA blogs of the day. Ed Vitagliano Executive Vice President AFTER As America’s public schools decay, shocking stories about the […]

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Postmodern Jukebox “Life In The Past Lane” Tour Makes 4 Stops in New York in 2023

Postmodern Jukebox embarks on its ‘Life In The Past Lane’ concert tour this fall, celebrating the greatest musical genres of the 20th century, fused with the recognizable hits of our own modern era, for the perfect patina of ‘vintage’ and “modern”. The group brings the PMJ universe to life with a cast full of exciting […]

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Miyake Pleats Please Sightings at Lorna Simpson, Jenny Holzer, and Wolfgang Tillman Exhibitions

TOKYO, JAPAN – May 27: Issey Miyake Pleats Please – Tokyo Windows Display 2015 as part of World Fashion Window Displays on May 27, 2015 in Tokyo, Japan. (Photo by Ken Ishii/Getty Images) Ken Ishii Well, apparently there’s a uniform for new fall gallery openings this year. Girls wear Pleats Please in homage to fashion […]

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Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2

Killstreaks play an important role in Call of Duty: Modern Warfare 2, and this guide will help players master this mechanic. Killstreaks have a long history in the Call of Duty franchise, and they returned once more in Call of Duty Modern Warfare 2. While it can be quite difficult to earn a killstreak, they […]

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Reboot Season 1, Episode 3 Recap – “Growing Pains”

Summary To restart continues to be the funniest series of the moment. It’s a hilarious comedy that subverts and exploits sitcom clichés while addressing deeper messages in meaningful ways. This recap of the Hulu Reboot season 1, episode 3 series, “Growing Pains”, contains spoilers. In the previous episode, Clay and Zack’s mother, Susan, started a […]

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Billy on the Street returns with fan-favorite guest Paul Rudd

Billy in the street is back for the first time in three years. Host and comedian Billy Eichner announced the return of the show on Twitter, which will be the first episode of the popular interview series since 2019. As part of the promotion for Eichner’s upcoming romantic comedy, Brothersits special guest will be fan […]

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Loveland Museum’s Beet Education Center serves as canvas for acclaimed artist – Loveland Reporter-Herald

For Don Rimx, art is about making connections – between people, their communities and their stories. Through vivid colors and interwoven symbology, his murals not only reflect their surroundings, but tell their stories in a new and dynamic way. This week, the famous Rimx is in downtown Loveland for a new project at the city’s […]

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The production of bread and roses tells the true stories of the workers of Saint-Louis | Art Stories and Interviews | Saint Louis

Click to enlarge Courtesy bread and roses Missouri Workers’ Opera: Our United Histories Will Never Be Divided will open at the Gaslight Theater this weekend. This weekend’s Bread and Roses audience Missouri Workers’ Opera: Our United Histories Will Never Be Divided will see a sketch on the flight of Kias. But the plot has not […]

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Seven Psychopaths is criminally funny

They will not take any Shih Tzu. Demented Fans of Martin McDonagh’s Bruises In Brugge should go homicidal for Seven Psychopaths, his star-studded Los Angeles sequel to his beloved European debut. Salting similar ground to his fugitive Brussels-located hitmen, Seven Psychopaths unleashes a heptad of murderous killers in a sprawling, unruly miasma of cinematic humor […]

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Queen Elizabeth’s funeral is going to be a TV event of a lifetime for many. But could it be one of the last big events of the television age?

CNN Business — The BBC regards the coronation of Queen Elizabeth II in 1953 as “the event which did more than any other to make television a mainstream medium”. So it’s fitting that her funeral on Monday marks the end of the television dominance that began when she ascended the throne. At the time, the […]

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Rush for new royal figureheads begins among UK arts organizations | King Charles III

JThe British Open Brass Band Championship, one of more than 50 arts organizations that boasted the Queen as a patron, had further reason to mourn her death as musicians from Brighouse & Rastrick took up the challenge in Birmingham on Last weekend. Like many major creative institutions, galleries and museums, the marching band competition now […]

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‘Dreams vs Reality’: The Pillar Point Artist’s Otherworldly Visions Featured at the TAUNY Exhibition | arts and entertainment

DEXTER – Whether inspired by boredom, the beach, music or nature, John P. Horbacz lives his artistic dream creating otherworldly visions at his home in Adams Cove, Pillar Point, on the edge of Guffin Bay. Some of these visions are on display until September 24 at the Traditional Arts in Upstate New York, 53 Main […]

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Historical treasure: a painting souvenir comes from the collection of Moench | Valley life

In 1904, St. Louis hosted the Louisiana Purchase Exposition, or better known as the St. Louis World’s Fair. It was an international exhibition showcasing the achievements of more than 60 nations and 43 states that held exhibitions at the Fair, which was attended by 19.7 million people. The Fair promoted new and different forms of […]

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LEONARD BERNSTEIN’S ‘MASS’ at the Kennedy Center

by Leonard Bernstein Mass is no one’s sentimental favourite. The “Play for Singers, Players, and Dancers,” commissioned by Jacqueline Kennedy for the opening of the Kennedy Center in 1971, is a crazy and infuriating ecclesiastical fever dream, flawed but hugely ambitious. It’s a beautiful iconoclastic overgrown mess, and you should experience it if you can. […]

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News | City of West Hollywood

The City of West Hollywood announces the launch of the upcoming Moving Image Media Art (MIMA) program exhibition and the worldwide launch of THREE UNKNOWN WOMEN FILMASTERS, a collection of three short films, by artist Sabrina Gschwandtner. The THREE NEGLECTED FEMALE FILMASTERS I’m filming, I’m shooting will be broadcast at the beginning of each hour, […]

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A new mural promenade will beautify Midtown St. Louis | Art Stories and Interviews | Saint Louis

Click to enlarge Broadys Labor Productions Washington Walls showcases murals by 20 artists of local, national and international renown. The next great art exhibition in St. Louis will not be found within the walls of a gallery or museum. Instead, viewers should head outside. The Kranzberg Arts Foundation is the Washington Walls features murals by […]

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Athena Calderone x Crate & Barrel — Inside Founder’s Collection Eyeswoon

Entertainment expert turned interior designer Athena Calderone has a devoted online clientele, and they’re partly to thank for her new collection. This week, the Eyeswoon founder unveiled a new collection with Crate & Barrel, her biggest furniture collaboration to date, and much of her inspiration came from conversations with her online community. Crate and barrel […]

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K-pop showcases NewJeans court controversy with racy lyrics

NewJeans girl group (Photo from NewJeans Facebook account) All-female group NewJeans, the latest addition of teenage girls to South Korea’s K-pop scene, sparked outrage over lyrics heavy with sexual innuendo. The five-member group released their debut album NewJeans August 1st. The reaction was immediate and largely positive, with the music video for another single, Attentiontopped […]

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Save the Date for the Tim Sullivan Family Scholarship Concert

Photo courtesy Carole HowardSinger-songwriter Tim Sullivan and his family will perform at 7:30 p.m. Nov. 5 in a cabaret-style benefit concert at the DoubleTree Hotel Ballroom in Durango, showcasing the impressive musical skills of three family members, plus two other special guests: left to right, Jon Weber on piano, KT Sullivan, Tim Sullivan, Elizabeth Sullivan […]

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Untitled Art names over 140 exhibitors for 2022 Miami Beach – ARTnews.com

Untitled Art will have over 140 exhibitors at its next edition in Miami Beach later this year. The fair will run from November 29 to December 3, with a VIP preview on November 28, on the sands of Miami Beach (near Ocean Drive and 12th Street). Participating galleries include Addis Fine Art, Denny Dimin Gallery, […]

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Art Notes | News | currypilot.com

“In Our Veins: A Riverside Performance Tour” DiRT & GLiTTER announce the world premiere of “In Our Veins,” an immersive and unique riverside performance-adventure tour featuring live comedy, music and dance with eight artist acts local and regional. This guided tour experience on the Smith River will take place August 13-14, with members of the […]

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Yellowknife’s new visitor center has a gold-studded path, moss wall and much-needed gallery space

Monday marked the first time Melaw Nakehk’o saw some of his works on gallery walls. Nakehk’o has been working on a collection of paintings for several years – figurative paintings focusing on people she knows from the North. On Monday, they became one of the first works of art to be displayed at Yellowknife’s new […]

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The Enduring Appeal of Choose Your Own Adventure Books

In 2018, Netflix released an interactive streaming movie titled “Black Mirror: Bandersnatch,” which allowed viewers to make choices. (One of the characters in the film explicitly references a story from Choose Your Own Adventure.) Chooseco sued Netflix for twenty-five million dollars, claiming its trademark had been infringed. He argued that its “marketing strategy includes appealing […]

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10 world-class shows to watch – The Irish Times

heaven From Thursday October 6 to Saturday October 8, Draíocht, Blanchardstown; then from Wednesday 12 October to Sunday 16 October, Pavilion Theatre, Dún Laoghaire; book here There’s nothing like a wedding to make you re-evaluate your own marriage. That’s what Mairead (Janet Moran) and Mal (Andrew Bennett) find out when they’re invited back to Mairead’s […]

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EMPAC is back in person

After two and a half years of pandemic closures, EMPAC is reopening to the public this fall. EMPAC, RPI’s arts research center dedicated to cutting-edge work that blurs disciplines and infuses art, science and technology, welcomes audiences back with an ambitious season of four premieres and two previews through pandemic residencies. “Normally we don’t have […]

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Filipino artist slams store for allegedly stealing her artwork for commercial gain

Chain Lock copyright via Pixabay A Filipino artist has called a store for allegedly stealing her artwork and selling it as her own product. The named artist Gail Purissima Where pureautumnarts accused an online store of stealing his artwork from a BTS member, Jungkook. In a September 4 post, Purisima said one of his followers […]

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Cyberpunk 2077 launches official modding tool REDmod

CD Projekt RED is releasing an all-new DLC tool that makes it easier than ever to customize Cyberpunk 2077 with mods and other features. Changing the PC version of Cyberpunk 2077 has become easier than ever, as CD Projekt RED has launched a new modding tool named REDmod. As is the case with nearly every […]

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Remembering Barbara Ehrenreich, Acid Wit and Worker’s Champion

BArbara Ehrenreich, who died on September 1 at the age of 81, was one of the greatest literary representatives of the working class. An extremely prescient thinker, she was blessed with a witty style of prose that could make even the most serious subject matter gripping and was proof that not only can activism and […]

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Life is Beautiful 2022 Brings Fresh Art to the Streets of Downtown Vegas

Once again, Life is Beautiful features a strong visual arts program alongside its musical, culinary and comedy offerings, and once again promises to leave a prettier downtown Las Vegas in its wake. This year’s international arts program, once again co-organized by LIB and “global creative house” Justkids, continues the festival’s tradition of building-sized works by […]

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An incredible first for an incredible playwright

CaitlinBaker and JasmineAtkins in “How to Vote”. Photo: Dayna Ransley Theater / “How to vote”, by Julian Larnach, directed by Luke Rogers. Canberra Youth Theatre. At the Playhouse until September 10. Reviewed by ARNE FEALING. Light, camera, action. A cleverly crafted, postmodern drama. A great lighting plot that has etched its moments in your mind. […]

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Queen Elizabeth 1926-2022, beloved monarch who also ruled pop culture

House Celebrity Queen Elizabeth 1926-2022, beloved monarch who also ruled pop culture Tears and memories this afternoon for Queen Elizabeth II, who has occupied all of our lives. Her own extraordinary life ends at 96, but she will never be forgotten. Even though I got off the plane in […]

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Precious metals at ShockBoxx in Hermosa

Gold heart Christina Smith’s Solo Exhibit “Integrated” Opens Saturday at ShockBoxx by Bondo Wyszpolski Traumatic events can aggravate a person and push them into a hole they may never get out of. But if a traumatic experience causes a person to delve into the essence of who they are and explore their own value as […]

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Arthur Cotton Moore dies; the architect designed Washington Harbor

Arthur Cotton Moore, a Washington architect who painstakingly renovated landmarks such as the Library of Congress and gave the capital a new waterfront destination with the development of the Port of Washington, preserving the city’s cityscape even as it l pushed to evolve, died Sept. 4 at his home in Washington. He was 87 years […]

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How Korean Culture Became Global: Throughline: NPR

Hide legend Members of South Korean pop group BTS visit the White House on May 31, 2022. Previous Next Kevin Dietsch/Getty Images Hide legend South Korean singer Psy performs his hit ‘Gangnam Style’ during a concert in Istanbul on February 22, 2013. Previous Next OZAN ​​KOZE/AFP/OZAN KOZE/AFP via Getty Images Hide legend Members of the […]

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Sotheby’s takes on galleries with a new primary market channel

Sotheby’s launches the art market season with a new sales channel for artists and their galleries. Called Artist’s Choice, the move to the primary market – territory normally guarded by galleries – will ruffle some feathers but has been well received by Casey Kaplan and Jeffrey Deitch. Their respective artists Kevin Beasley and Kennedy Yanko […]

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Florida State University Launches Creative Arts Festival

Florida State University’s Office of Research presents the Creative Arts Festival, a collaborative, campus-wide event showcasing the diverse voices, talents, and creativity of FSU faculty and students. Departments across campus will come together October 6-9 to celebrate the innovation and diversity that result from combining diverse mediums and topics. The festival will feature a wide […]

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Young MZ Collectors Driving Korea’s Art Market Boom Are Just Beginning According to New Government Research

Much has been written about the young South Korean collecting class born after 1980 – known locally as MZ, a portmanteau of Millennials and Gen Z – who fuel its current art boom. Now it’s finally the subject of a government-backed in-depth study that breaks down the numbers on how and why they’re spending. The […]

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Gun possession in Morocco: Sampan interviews a citizen about the gun culture in his country and in the United States

During a failed 2018 bid for the 2026 World Cup, Morocco highlighted its limited gun crime threats, particularly compared to the United States. At that time, the murder rate in Morocco was 3 in 100,000, which seems comfortable compared to 5.3 in the United States. The rate has remained more or less the same in […]

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Walk in the cypresses: Pieces of the world | Arts and theater

One way to look at visual art, and perhaps all art, is to think of it as a slice of life – of someone’s life, both seen and lived. The artist sees then shares the gaze. Artists select pieces of the world – whether meaningful or not, beautiful or not, real or not – and […]

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Irish artists to know on Instagram

From murals and prints to tattoos, Victoria Levins is a highly sought after artist, based in Dublin. Being queer permeates her work, and her sense of pride and belonging radiates from her work. Most recently she took part in We Are Mná, an event that raised over €15,000 for Women’s Aid, the Dublin Rape Crisis […]

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Chhattisgarh’s Traveling Talking Guru on Postmodern Thought

Professor Rajeshwar Dayal Saxena had a paralytic stroke two years ago. Considering that it would now be difficult for the octogenarian to fend for himself in Bilaspur, his Bengaluru-based son Pranav asked him to come and stay with him. Saxena, however, already had about 15 young people taking turns caring for their sick teacher for […]

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Bad boy or tennis perfectionist? Showtime’s ‘McEnroe’ is a candid exploration of a complex star

Ask a bunch of people who John McEnroe is in 2022 and you’ll probably get at least a few different answers. Tennis fans will undoubtedly identify him as one of the greatest to ever play the sport as well as one of its best commentators. Gen Z might choose him as the inexplicable but eerily […]

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Submit an article | Synapse UCSF

Synapse plays the vital role of strengthening the fabric of a widely dispersed campus community by providing information about UCSF, and especially student life, that cannot be found anywhere else. All UCSF students and affiliates are invited to submit an article to our publication. Once an article is received, it will be scheduled for publication […]

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ARTS AND HUMANITIES: Meeting all of Elvis | Features

Recently I was trying to remember when I first saw the work of pop artist Joni Mabe. It must have been in the Columbia Museum of Art some time before the turn of this century. The artist herself, who sometimes goes by the nickname “Joni Mabe, the Elvis Babe”, was giving a talk at the […]

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The beginning of a monumental change?

For more than three decades, Robert Kaplan has challenged readers with his distinctive blend of travel writing, journalism and foreign affairs analysis. His most recent book, Adriatic, returns to South-Eastern Europe, a corner of the world that has nourished his thoughts since the beginning of his career. Kaplan revels in the historical and cultural mess […]

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Popular Culture Linked to Bad Behaviors in Children and Teens

According to experts, artists who glorify cheating, drug use, and meanness through music are classified as negative influences that cause students to misbehave. The influence of popular culture and its impact on the behavior of our children is currently being examined in a multi-million dollar national drug prevalence survey funded by the Department of Health […]

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The Lord of the Rings: The Rings of Power puts Galadriel and other women center stage

The first question I received after watching the first two episodes of Amazon’s short story the Lord of the Rings prequel series power rings was, “Is it like game of thronesThat’s a good question; in the age of streaming services, high fantasy has been practically synonymous with the epic HBO franchise, which now has its […]

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What the High Court of Kerala must consider – marriage and its place in society is not set in stone

In his book, See like a feminist, academic Nivedita Menon recounts a story she heard from her mother: “Her brother, my maternal uncle, when she was eight years old in the early 1940s, was studying his English primer, swinging from back and forth, muttering aloud, “Family means wife and children, family means wife and children.” […]

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Putting the arts on the agenda at the Jobs and Skills Summit

The Jobs and Skills Summit is an initiative of the Australian Government (through the Department of Treasury) held in Canberra on 1-2 September. The Summit brings together trade unions, employers, civil society and governments to address our common economic challenges. While a platform for discussion and reform to emerge from the pandemic may seem like […]

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Hermosa Music Company and Resin Art Gallery Create Cultural Center in Hermosa Beach

by Garrick Rawlings One of the many bright lights shining in the booming industrial arts district of Hermosa Beach is the Hermosa Music Company (HMC), a recording studio, stage, gallery and venue. It opened just as COVID was shutting down businesses. HMC’s origin story began when owner Kevin Sousa reunited with Mike Collins, who took […]

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‘Artbound’ Season 13 Episode Guide | related to art | Arts & Culture

Season 13 “Artbound” centers on a variety of art movements, art forms, and innovators that have shaped the Southern California art landscape – from a decades-long comic book series inspired by the scene California punk to an indie Asian pop culture magazine born out of Sawtelle. Check out this season’s full lineup and learn more […]

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Vale gallery owner Conny Dietzschold | ArtsHub Australia

Sydney gallery owner Conny Dietzschold died in Germany on Friday after a long battle with cancer. While she will be remembered for her flamboyant “bottle red” hair and towering stature, many will also remember her for her role in introducing many international artists to Australia’s commercial gallery landscape. Writer and curator Claire Taylor knew Dieztschold […]

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Pool: Now let’s praise the famous pens | Frank swimming pool

Over the years, the appeal of retro has grown. I’m not just talking about the post-war and pre-postmodern literature and furniture I grew up with – this also extends to utilitarian and aesthetic objects. Like pens. I started using fountain pens and came to love the writing experience with them, even though they require more […]

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How much money does Kim Kardashian make from social media posts?

After fiercely establishing itself as the A household name in modern pop culture, Kim Kardashian is undoubtedly one of social media’s most coveted stars. With over 329 million followers on Instagram alone, the 41-year-old has well and truly carved out her own space in the digital zeitgeist, and with her name constantly making headlines, there’s […]

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The ladies will present a specific site SCREWED on the construction site of a bar in October

Physical comedians THE LADIES have teamed up with immersive bar designer/architect WESLEY JAMES (Century Grand-UnderTow, Platform 18 & The Gray Hen) for a new site-specific production. SCREWED, the new show from the wild and crazy universe of THE LADIES, will be held on the construction site of the new James-designed cocktail bar concept that will […]

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C-Art, the seasonal public art exhibition comes to Commercial Street

If you’ve visited Commercial Street recently, you may have noticed mysterious black banners – with an abstract eyeball and the date September 18 – hanging from lampposts. And after two years of preparations, the event behind the banner is finally revealed. The banners were hung as a teaser campaign for C-Art, a new ongoing art […]

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The world may have changed, but God hasn’t

“Times change. People change. We have moved so far away from large swaths of the Bible. With these words, English journalist and TV personality Piers Morgan urged evangelist Franklin Graham to adapt to these changing times and reconsider his views on social and biblical issues. Morgan, who many know for his stint as a judge […]

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Hundreds of people attend a Christian procession in Tunisia

Wikipedia Hundreds of Christians and Muslims attended the Our Lady of Trapani procession in the Tunisian town of La Goulette this year. The annual procession originated in the mid-19th century when La Goulette was home to tens of thousands of Sicilians, as well as Sephardic Jews, Maltese, Greeks and Spaniards. In Italian popular culture, Our […]

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the stanley museum of art opens on the university of iowa campus

stanley museum of art opens as new public education center The University of Iowa celebrates the official opening of the Stanley Museum of Art, a new state-of-the-art public education complex designed by BNIM. Extending over 5,853 m², the building restores an art museum presence to the campus community after 14 years, following the historic flood […]

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Meet the Owner – Apex Art And Cultural Center

Editor’s Note: MyEverettNews.com strives to introduce our readers to more independent business owners here in Everett, Washington. We want to showcase their businesses, tell their stories, and invite you to shop locally and help move Everett forward. If you know of a company we should feature, email us a suggestion: [email protected] Leland Dart – Editor […]

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Review of “Three Thousand Years of Nostalgia”

George Miller’s long-awaited sequel to Mad Max: Fury Road is a story about stories, a kind of meta-history, one that asks us to question the very role of stories in society. Centered on Alithea (Tilda Swinton), a student and teacher of narratology (real word), and her discovery of a wish-granting Djinn (Idris Elba) yearning for […]

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What’s happening this weekend across Australia: August 26-28, 2022

We’re bringing you this Friday afternoon to bring you a searing dispatch of the best activities happening this weekend. Western Sydney is the place to be, along with Sound West. Immerse yourself in the festivities at The Albion with DJ Discretion and end your weekend with an afternoon session in Pari. MCA opens late tonight […]

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Gustav Metzger: Earth minus environment, Kestle Barton

Gustav Metzger 2007 photo credit Kate Mount Last chance to get this illuminating glimpse of the visionary artist-activist in West Cornwall’s most remote region Hidden down a wooded lane on the Lizard Peninsula in the far west of Cornwall, Kestle Barton has to count as one of Britain’s most magical and surprising galleries. Housed in […]

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The Outer Banks Voice – Save the Date for the Great Art Heist

OCTOBER 7 Save the date for the big art heist By Story submitted on August 24, 2022 Presented by Towne Bank Mark the calendar for The Great Art Heistthe Dare Arts Benefit Auction, which will open at their gallery in downtown Manteo on Friday, October 7th. “The Great Art Heist is Dare Arts’ only fundraiser […]

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Living with Children: Why Punishment is Necessary

“The purpose of parenthood is not to control, coerce, or punish children to be ‘good’. The goal of parenting is to grow children capable of feeling all of their feelings and to become empathetic problem solvers, and to help children reach their full potential. No, I didn’t go to the other side. That’s a quote […]

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UMF Art Gallery opens the 2022-23 season with an exhibition of digital works by Kate Quinn Sibole, September 1

FARMINGTON – The UMF Art Gallery is pleased to open the 2022-23 season with “Mandala” and “Push Pull Place” – exhibitions of new and ongoing digital works by Kate Quinn Sibole. The exhibit will be on view at the University of Maine Gallery at Farmington from September 1 through October 8, with an opening reception […]

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Review of the exhibition: Embodied Knowledge, Queensland Contemporary Art

Knowledge Embodied: Contemporary Queensland Art presents contemporary art from across the state at the Queensland Art Gallery (QAGOMA) in a dynamic, multi-dimensional exhibition. Focused on works created by 19 contemporary Queensland artists and collectives, the group of commissioned and recent projects is broad in its choices and delivery methods. Exploring questions centered on identity, heritage […]

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The world is getting exponentially more complex – here’s how we navigate it

Living organisms, our planet and even the whole universe become more and more complex over time. “Complex” doesn’t just mean “complicated”: it means that the parts of a system interact in ways that give rise to properties that can sometimes be quite surprising. Each time a certain threshold is crossed, a transition seems to occur […]

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Honey, domestic violence needs attention!

August 8, 2022: While news stories about violence against women are part of the daily diet of Indian readers, on some days an incident provokes a more widespread reaction than the otherwise lukewarm concern. One such report in early August concerns a young woman from Bijnore, UP, who lived in the United States and who […]

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The Peninsula Gallery is hosting an artists’ reception on September 3

In September, the Peninsula Gallery hosts an exhibition of architectural painting, featuring five unique painters. Inside, Outside explores people’s interactions between buildings and spaces, using different artistic styles and mediums. The works in this exhibition depict famous places like the New York skyline and St. Peter’s Basilica in Rome. But the majority of the pieces […]

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Various works of art exhibited in Valletta

The first edition of Summer showcase by Marie Gallery5, organized in collaboration with Bureau Iniala, is currently taking place in Valletta until September 22, showing a total of 16 pieces. The showcase is a curated selection of works by established and emerging local artists with the aim of acting as a means of promoting individual […]

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9 Amazing Mecha Anime That Were Ruined By Their Endings

The mecha genre is one of the most famous in anime. Watching two giant robots fight each other is thrilling. Some mecha series are even considered classics. Mecha over the decades has proven to be a timeless series. Unfortunately, some have trouble sticking the landing in the final minutes. RELATED: 10 Best Underrated Mecha Anime […]

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The 6 best performances of Régé-Jean Page, ranked

When exciting new faces emerge in the entertainment world, audiences flock to see all of their new projects. Rege-Jean Page came out of the shadows when he became Simon, our favorite duke in the Netflix drama show Bridgerton. Page was quick to step into the massive spotlight in such a viral sensation of a show […]

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Westmont Hilltop: A Special Report | ‘Standard of Excellence’: The Hilltoppers Have a Rich Heritage in the Fine Arts | New

JOHNSTOWN, Pa. — Elizabeth Good, longtime music director and teacher at Westmont Hilltop High School, considers the district a “triple A school” thanks to its support of the arts. She said the focus was not just on academics or athletics, but also on supporting the performing and visual arts, which has led to a high-quality […]

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San Jose: Home of the World’s Greatest Innovations, 15 Best Places to Visit in San Jose

6. Santana Row in San Jose, CA Santana Row in West San Jose is a residential and commercial area. It is located near Stevens Creek Boulevard, which is a major thoroughfare. You will find everything you need in the area, including grocery stores, restaurants and bars. It is also home to some of the city’s […]

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After 20 years, what’s the most ‘Shazamed’ song of all time?

Apple bought the popular music recognition app Shazam, which can name any song you hear, in 2018. Friday marks the app’s 20th anniversary. And this week, it officially surpassed 70 billion song recognitions, Cupertino said. It’s a lot of people in bars wondering what the melody is. Have you ever wondered which song is the […]

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All tickets are now on sale for Lincoln Center’s 2022/2023 season

The Lincoln Center logo From comedy and concerts on Broadway, to dancing and more, the entire upcoming season of live shows from Lincoln Center went on sale to the public on August 10. This also includes all specially priced Big Deal seats ranging from $15 to $20. What does the coming season have in store […]

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Department of Creative Arts for Adults Seeks Entries for 2022 County Fair | Community

The Adult Creative Arts Department will be accepting entries for the following divisions. Please note that some rules may have changed since the last entries. Please visit the Competitive Events page of the Fort Bend County Fair website to view all applicable rules and division details. 5. Sewing Machine Items The Fort Bend County Fairgrounds […]

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Halifax Street: A Dynamic Habitat for Adaptive Architecture

According to the identity of theater and radio host Peter Goers, the section of Halifax Street between King William Road and Hurtle Square was once a wide, empty street with a large parking lot populated by “derros” and “prossies”. Goers recalled his theatrical debut at the reopening of the state-owned Q Theater (the former Stow […]

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Responding to Intolerance with Courage and Truth

Justin Welby is the Archbishop of Canterbury and a noted evangelical leader. When he recently spoke at the Lambeth conference, he affirmed the validity of a 1998 declaration that gay sex is a sin, saying the resolution is “not in doubt”. Her statement caused a huge outcry among those in the Church of England who […]

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Are you looking for a renowned musician for the soundtrack of your ad? Read this first

As other articles in The Drum’s Audio Deep Dive demonstrate, music can transform an advertisement from a piece of marketing content into a part of popular culture. Here, Amanda Levine and Larry Weintraub of creative agency TMA walk us through the considerations for using music in ads. The power of music to set the tone, […]

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Downtown creates: Paint Out this Friday in Appleton | WFRV Local 5

(WFRV) – From beauty artists to murals, you can leave your mark on downtown Appleton this weekend. Local 5 Live gets a preview of the “Downtown Creates: Paint Out” event happening this Friday. Details at appletondowntown.org: JOIN US AS DOWNTOWN APPLETON ARTISTS, RETAIL STORES, RESTAURANTS AND MORE CREATE A BEAUTIFUL ARTISTIC EXPERIENCE YOU WILL REMEMBER! […]

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First Look: The New Dallas County Medical Society Headquarters

The Dallas County Medical Society is moving its headquarters from its current Oak Cliff home to a 7,000 square foot space on Fairmount in Uptown. The 1964 building will be remodeled for the needs of the medical society and was originally built as a residence. Later it was a commercial art gallery and studio for […]

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Honey Harper Announces New Album “Honey Harper & The Infinite Sky”

Honey Harper has announced that her second album Honey Harper & The Infinite Sky will be released on October 28 via ATO Records. The sequel to their 2020 feature debut Starmaker, Honey Harper & The Infinite Sky was born out of a deliberate overhaul of the band’s creative approach with Honey Harper co-founder and keyboardist […]

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The Simpsons Season 34 Release Date: Check Out Latest Updates!!

For the Fox Broadcasting Company, Matt Groening created the American animated series The Simpsons. The Simpson family, which includes Homer, Marge, Bart, Lisa and Maggie, is the satirical representative of everyday life in America. The program pokes fun at American society, television, and the human condition while taking place in the make-believe town of Springfield. […]

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Earth-shattering expectations for Indigenous music, loudly

Raven Chacon wasn’t sure if she would accept the commission that would soon win her the Pulitzer Prize for Music. A Milwaukee ensemble had asked Chacon — a Diné composer, improviser and visual artist born on the outskirts of the Navajo Nation — to write a piece for its annual Thanksgiving concert in 2021, scheduled […]

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On the occasion of the anniversary of the partition, let us relegate to the past the ruthless logic Hindus against Muslims | Pankaj Mishra and Ali Sethi

In a remarkable 13th-century document, a Sufi writer records his epiphany on the Prophet Muhammad granting permission for music in India. Quoting a cryptic statement from the Prophet (“I feel the breath of the Merciful coming from Yemen”), he speculates that the “Yemen” in question is not just the region of the Arabian Peninsula, but […]

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‘Fascinated’ by Discovery: SUNY Outreach Expands Science Education in Chautauqua | News, Sports, Jobs

Faculty from the Department of Biology at the State University of New York at Fredonia have created a new collaboration with the Chautauqua Institution to increase science education opportunities for Chautauqua County students this summer through the program Chautauqua Field Trips from the facility. More than 1,100 students from 12 school districts participated […]

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In the French Quarter, a rehabilitated building is where the art is | Features

A cloud-pink building sits on an attractive stretch of Queen Street, its rich red doors inviting passers-by to enter and view the art. It is the last and third location of the Corrigan Gallery. Over the past 17 years, the gallery first moved from another location at 62 Queen St., then to 7 Broad St. […]