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The east bank of Bossier City is recognized by a special certification

Bossier Arts Council on Barksdale Boulevard. As of October 1, 2021, the East Rim District of Bossier City has been certified as a cultural district by the Louisiana Department of Culture, Recreation, and Tourism. So what does this certification mean for one of the East Rim’s long-standing establishments, the Bossier Arts Council (BAC)? Simply put, […]

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Kevin Janison leaves News 3

Kevin Janison’s final predictions on KSNV Channel 3 were his. The famous and veteran meteorologist told his audience after Thursday’s 5 p.m. TV show that he was leaving the station. Janison may well quit broadcast journalism altogether. “It was an absolutely great and amazing trip,” Janison said on air, with her weather map in the […]

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Year in review: a turning point for the arts in Aspen

Paperless tickets and vaccination cards are verified when attendees enter the Aspen Art Museum for the Monty Alexander Trio Rooftop Show at the JAS June Experience in downtown Aspen on Friday, June 25, 2021 (Kelsey Brunner / The Aspen Times) Pianist Matthew Whitaker performs in an Aspen Music Festival and School Recital to open the […]

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16 new musicians and groups to know in 2022

2021 may not have been the triumphant rebound in music we all hoped for when concerts and festivals were halted due to last year’s roller coaster, but despite unfavorable circumstances, performers continued to innovate. Some of the best tracks of the year have come from little-known newcomers like Daine and Gayle, while talents like Mia […]

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“Matrix Resurrections” Tries To Justify Repeating The Past – Times-Standard

“The Matrix Resurrections” knows there shouldn’t be. Better said, director and co-writer Lana Wachowski – half the sibling duo behind the hugely influential and mind-boggling 1999 sci-fi action piece ‘The Matrix’, along with its two mind-boggling sequels – seems to be the one. knowing the fourth movie shouldn’t be a thing. A Warner Bros. Pictures […]

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I see green | www.splicetoday.com

I don’t know why, but it hasn’t struck me how long it’s been since the original Matrix trilogy until I’m already watching the fourth, released last week and again directed by Lana Wachowski (Lilly Wachowski remained a co-writer). Because Matrix revolutions released in November 2003, the Wachowskis turned down annual offers from Warner Brothers to […]

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First Night Morris at 30: three platforms, a pandemic

Think your life is complicated? Try to coordinate a New Years Eve extravaganza with over 50 performances at 13 in-person venues, many livestreams, plus live and on-demand screenings of more than 40 films… while a pandemic regains its strength, hour by hour, like an angry cyclone. “Every year has its challenges,” said Morris first night […]

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How Irish lesbian writing has developed over the centuries

Why do we still write books about Irish lesbians in the 21st century? Since the second wave of feminism in the 1960s, the decriminalization of homosexual acts in Northern Ireland in 1982 and in the Republic in 1993, the establishment of civil partnership in 2011, which was then replaced by same-sex marriage in 2015, has […]

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How the first “viral” media sparked a peasant uprising in Germany

The Protestant Reformation was a period of religious and political upheaval caused by corruption in the Roman Catholic Church. With the dissolution of medieval feudalism in the early 16th century, newly proletarianized workers and peasants experienced many of the same inequalities. In the German-speaking regions of central Europe, former serfs flocked to booming cities while […]

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2021 a remarkable year for Iona College

“Iona is a growing school, and I think the momentum will continue to build,” said President Seamus Carey, Ph.D. Tweet this “Despite the headwinds facing higher education, 2021 has been a remarkable year for Iona College“said Carey.”Iona is a growing school, and I believe the momentum will continue to build as many of our plans […]

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Death of Wayne Thiebaud: the Californian painter was 101 years old

Wayne Thiebaud is deceased. He was 101 years old. A UC Davis faculty teacher for more than 40 years, Thiebaud died at his home in Sacramento on Saturday. His death was confirmed on Instagram by his Acquavella gallery. “It is with great sadness that we celebrate the passing of a truly remarkable man, Wayne Thiebaud,” […]

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24 inmates with bachelor’s degrees in pastoral ministry will serve North Carolina prisons as ministers

Twenty-four men wearing black caps and robes walked across the stage at Nash Correctional Gymnasium on December 15 to earn a Bachelor of Arts degree in pastoral ministry. They shook hands with Danny Akin, president of Southeastern College, the undergraduate school of Southeastern Baptist Theological Seminary, and posed for a photographer. For these men, about […]

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Local business sector bursting with success in 2021 | News from local businesses

Canoo’s future presence in Pryor, Tulsa In June, electric vehicle maker Canoo announced plans to build a $ 400 million factory in MidAmerica Industrial Park in Pryor, creating 2,000 jobs. In November, the company announced its partnership with the Tulsa-based George Kaiser Family Foundation to add a technology hub and software development center in Tulsa, […]

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Tahoe area art exhibit offers a fresh take on forests and fires

RENO, Nev Forest fires and art exhibitions don’t necessarily go hand in hand. But Forest = Fire, a new art exhibition in Truckee, is an effort to break the mold of how people think about wildfires. The walking exhibit at Truckee Community Recreation Center on Donner Pass Road merges data from scientists and regional agencies […]

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Roe Jan Brewing wins State Historic Preservation Award | News

HILLSDALE – The Roe Jan Brewing Company received a New York State Historic Preservation Award in 2021 for its rehabilitation work on the former Bulkeley store building. The site was built by Joshua Bulkeley to house The Bulkeley Store, a former heavy-frame commercial building, erected in 1851 to house the Hillsdale Mercantile Association. It is […]

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Last year’s most popular baby names – as traditional names fall out of favor

Influenced by popular culture and tradition, the annual list of the most popular baby names compiled by the Office for National Statistics (ONS) is interesting read. Was your name in the top 50? ( Image: Getty Images / iStockphoto) There was a time when it seemed like every class in every school had at least […]

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Moroccan artist Nabil El-Makhloufi evokes the importance of “enigmatic situations” in his work

DUBAI: From a delicate figurative drawing by Kahlil Gibran to Etel Adnan’s tricolor painting “Planet 8”, a recent exhibition at the Middle East Institute in Washington showcased the works of established and emerging Arab artists who have built their lives and their career in America. “Converging Lines: Tracing the Artistic Lineage of the Arab Diaspora […]

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Artist, naturalist completes the Bunnell residency

Kim McNett’s exhibit at the Bunnell Street Arts Center features images from her nature journals. The exhibition runs through December 24, 2021 at the Homer Gallery in Alaska. (Photo by Michael Armstrong / Homer News) Homer’s artist and naturalist Kim McNett became known in Homer and Alaska for her intricately detailed and well-crafted nature journals. […]

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Year of dance in review: the most inspiring pandemic pivots of 2021

Maggie Carey and Ian Buchanan of Smuin Contemporary Ballet perform “(I love you) for sentimental reasons” at the Bruns Amphitheater in Orinda on May 9th. Photo: Scott Strazzante / The Chronicle If you’re looking for hope in these uncertain days, you might find it in the resilience of the Bay Area dancers and choreographers on […]

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A little help goes a long way for the artists who weave our communities together

Miss Honey Bell-Bey travel again. The Cuyahoga County Poet Laureate says she “takes Cleveland with me to Paris, Seattle and Ghana” in the form of her lyrics and poetry. Bell-Bey speaks to audiences in other countries and in Cuyahoga County settings with a message of hope. Miss Honey Bell-Bey“I wanted to create poetry groups for […]

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How to find the Party Pass in Chica’s Green Room

This guide will help fans find the Party Pass in Chica’s Green Room and complete the Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach’s Party Pass mission. The Party Pass mission to Five Nights at Freddy’s: Security Breach has two objectives, the first of which requires players to use the service elevators to Rockstar Row. This is […]

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The virgin birth a necessary basis for Christmas

“The virgin birth is a necessary foundation for Christmas and for the life of the believer,” says renowned pastor and seminary president Jack Hayford.Tragically, disbelieving basic truths has become a normative part of modernity.Oxford agnostic professor Sir William Ramsey, one of the greatest archaeologists of all time, has decided to scientifically refute the Fourth Gospel. […]

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Irma Thomas, Preservation Hall, Kermit Ruffins and more perform at the House for the Vacation at House of Blues

NEW ORLEANS (press release) – The NOCCA Foundation, the The Times-Picayune | New Orleans Defender, and Daniel Price’s family invite you to Home for the Holidays this Wednesday, December 22. This year’s event will once again be in person at his traditional home, the New Orleans House of Blues, located at 225 Decatur St. Home […]

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Morning Coffee: The $ 200 Million Aspirants of Credit Suisse. End of a retirement season for the best bankers

Earlier in the year we noticed that being a Alert launcher was one of the most lucrative career niches in investment banking and gave some tips on how to get into this hugely rich pay pool. The biggest difficulty, as far as we can tell, is that this really is a “best dressed first standing” […]

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Charlottesville City Council votes on future of Jackson’s “Stonewall” statue

CHARLOTTESVILLE, Va. (WVIR) – The recently removed Thomas “Stonewall” Jackson statue that once stood in Charlottesville will be sent to Los Angeles, Calif., To be part of an exhibit featuring disused Confederate landmarks. As part of its consent agenda on Monday, Charlottesville city council voted unanimously to send the statue to LAXART, a non-profit visual […]

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In the British countryside, a holiday feast with butter in the shape of a sofa

It’s hard to say where the business ends and where the family begins for Alex Willcock, 57, and Felix Conran, 27, the British father-and-son founders of the furniture brand. Creator and son. Willcock was introduced to Conran’s mother, interior designer Sophie Conran, in the early 1990s by her then-employer, design and restaurant manager (and Sophie’s […]

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The “Hanging Gardens of Babylon” in Shanghai to open along a stream

Dong Jun / SHINE On Wednesday, the new flagship commercial project “Tian An 1000 Trees” will open its doors along Suzhou Creek. An iconic new shopping complex along Suzhou Creek in Shanghai, dubbed the Hanging Gardens of Babylon, will open on Wednesday. The initial phase of the “Tian An 1000 Trees” project will include restaurants, […]

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Intellectualizing art: the work of Emre Hüner[Elektroisolazyon]’at Arter

In its conceptually freest and historically avant-garde form, experiencing the perplexity that contemporary art can instill is tantamount to living behind a language barrier. With only fragments of understanding and subject to frames of exclusivity, both mimetic when not entirely opaque, the heartbreaking charge of postmodern artists is that they support veils of darkness so […]

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Online forum for art and design awards | Blue Mountain Gazette

Blue Mountains Grammar School (BMGS) celebrates the 21st year of the prestigious Art and Design Awards sponsored by Dr. Ken Marshall. The awards recognize the innovative and creative excellence of works produced by students of visual arts, industrial technology (wood), and design and technology. Unable to open the exhibit to the public due to COVID-19 […]

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Pace Gallery: Irving Penn: Photographism

Rhythm Gallery present Irving Penn: photography, an exhibition that brings together around 30 photographs, embodying Penn’s revolutionary photographic style. Stretching from 1939 to the beginning of the 2000s, the works presented will be accompanied by archival documents and rarely seen preparatory sketches, which articulate the notion of “photographism” of the artist. The exhibition proposes that […]

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The world’s most popular Christmas toys

This is the time of year when kids around the world will frantically tear up gifts, parents will curse toy makers for not providing batteries, and Uncle Charles will have purchased a massively inappropriate gift for her. age. Again. Yes, this is the time for painful smiles and youthful laughter but also disappointed grunts and […]

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UAB President Watts had a difficult 2014. What has happened since?

David Sher’s BackCity give a voice to the people of Birmingham and Alabama. Click here to subscribe to the newsletter. (Disable anytime) On December 4th, 2014, I did something that I had never done before and never had to do again. That day, as the editor of ComebackTown, I published a column that I naively […]

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What if uprooting was the cause of our discomfort?

We are uprooted from our soil like trees in a hurricane, separated from our extended family, local community, and the natural world. Witness the plight of Gen Z, born in the mid to late 1990s, who were expected to play hopscotch all over the United States in their lifetime, holding 18 jobs, spanning six careers, […]

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exquisite works presented in the exhibition “2021 Biennial Juried Exposition”

For a taste of some of Ohio’s best artists, head downtown and stop by the Ohio Arts Council’s Riffe Gallery – or head to the gallery’s website for an online tour. – and discover the exhibition of the biennial 2021 jury. Be prepared to want to spend some time with this rich exhibit featuring 53 […]

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Carolyn Cooper | Vybz Kartel fi national hero | Remark

CHAKA-CHAKA SPELLING Inna mi column last week, mi seh wi should follow a Barbados and mek Louise Bennett a national hero of Bob Marley as Rihanna. Check out the post from ‘Marcus Garvey II’ on Gleaner’s website: ‘I’m pretty sure Dr. Cooper wouldn’t object to Kartel being named a hero. Pon but, I never draw […]

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Gen Y Speaks: I am a potter, actor and playwright. Covid-19 has changed my artistic activities but I am not giving up

I vividly remember an improvisation performance at the Enabling Village in which we played real stories told by the audience. One particular story presented a heartbreaking tale of childhood abuse and perceived injustice. After the fairly intense re-enactment of the story, the audience member explained how he came to view things from the alleged perpetrator’s […]

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10 Exciting Warner Bros. Movies to be published in 2022

Outside of Disney, Warner Bros. is home to Hollywood’s most valuable IPs, and the studio’s list of 2022 releases is one of the most impressive years they’ve had to date. Between the third Fantastic beasts movie, a Sesame Street reboot, and science fiction based on Mars Moonshot, there is so much to look forward to […]

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David Bowie said Ziggy Stardust had done something “better than the Monkees could ever make”

David Bowie and The Monkees were very different artists. Despite this, Bowie compared one of his most famous characters, Ziggy Stardust, to the Monkees. He felt that the Prefab Four were lacking in relation to his creation. Additionally, Bowie revealed that he created Ziggy Stardust in part because he was “fed up” with hippies. David […]

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2021 Holiday Buying Guide | Allentown – Buffalo Rising

Sponsored by: The 2021 Holiday Buying Guide is a unique blend of independently owned and operated businesses across a variety of industries, such as retail, food, restaurant, arts, non-profit organizations profit, etc., all designed to encourage residents of WNY to #boutiquelocal. Sponsored by Visit Buffalo Niagara and Erie County, the 2021 guide will explore all […]

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Emory Place ready for new creative ventures near downtown Knoxville

It’s hard to notice from the outside, but several buildings on the north side of Emory Place are connected by a large basement and a new owner. The Orel Brodt family, who have been investing in real estate in Knoxville for 30 years, purchased the underutilized property north of downtown with the vision of creating […]

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Welcome to the world of Metaverse, the era of seductive barbarism!

Life has lost its emotion. It no longer has meaning, it has lost its soul. Yes, life had a soul, it had value, it had meaning. Despite all the wars, murders, chaos and crises, life was worth living because it had a spirit, because it had meaning and value, perhaps because value was. known and […]

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Fox Chapel Teen Wins Singing Awards

Shady Side Academy Junior Sloane Simon won two voice awards at the 2022 National YoungArts Competition, receiving an Honorable Mention in the Voice / Popular (Pop) category and an Award of Merit in the Voice / Singer-Songwriter category. The National YoungArts Competition is open to artists aged 15-18 or grades 10-12 in the United States, […]

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Architects Jaqueline Lessa and Francisco Pardo on how looking to Mexico’s past helps them design for the future

Based in São Paulo, Brazil, Jaqueline Lessa created her architecture studio Entre Terras (translation: “between the lands”) two years ago in order to answer human questions through craftsmanship. This philosophy is evident in all of Lessa’s work, from her airy, minimalist design for the Haight clothing store in São Paulo to her fluid exhibition decors […]

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The Blatant Stereotypes and Subordination of Women in Indian TV Commercials

Extracted with permission from The Beauty Paradigm: Gender Discourse in Indian Advertising by Jaishri Jethwaney, published by SAGE Publications India / SAGE Response. Jaishri Jethwaney Beatuy’s paradigm: gender discourse in Indian advertising SAGE Publications India, September 20, 2021. What emerges unambiguously from the analysis of Indian ads across various brand categories is the blatant stereotyping […]

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Barack Obama chooses his best films of 2021

Few American Presidents have followed the pulse of popular culture as much as Barack obama. The 44th Commander-in-Chief offered his opinions on music, film and sports during his administration and after his return to civilian life. On Thursday, Obama revealed his favorite movies of 2021, via his official Twitter profile. With 14 films, Obama’s roster […]

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Historic Williamsburg Opera House has officially reopened

We bet you didn’t even know there was a nice opera house right in the middle of Williamsburg, right? We don’t blame you: The historic Williamsburg Opera House, which was originally built in 1897, had been out of service for decades until the Emmaus Center, a new visual and performing arts center focused on Catholic […]

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Twiggy Forrest steps in to help artist stolen by gallery owner Tristian Koenig

“The Forrest family bought two works of art in good faith through the gallery owner in question,” said a spokesperson for the family. “Immediately after learning that the artist may not have been paid for one of the paintings, the Forrest family contacted the artist to resolve the issue. “The Minderoo Foundation recognizes the challenges […]

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DEBT CONSOLIDATION NO QUICK FIX

Nedbank debt consolidation loans are made “primarily” to transactional clients of the bank and only “riskier clients” are eligible for such loans, says Warren Tromp, head of value analysis at Nedbank Personal Loans. Hannalie Crous, Credit Manager at First National Bank (FNB) Retail, explains that the bank’s debt consolidation offering is only for “low risk […]

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Cumberland, Harnett and Sampson seniors can join the North Carolina Senior Games

“What is there for a senior in Fayetteville?” It’s a question I get asked often during my work day, and to which I would like to give an enthusiastic answer: Senior Games! The Mid-Carolina Senior Games, sponsored locally by the Mid-Carolina Regional Council and a full set of partner agencies, provide participants 50 and over […]

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Eighty-year-old Delhi art gallery gets a facelift

Dhoomimal may be one of Delhi’s oldest galleries, but after renovation nothing is out of fashion The refurbished interiors of the recently refurbished Dhoomimal Gallery feature specific elements that allow contemporary art to be discovered Founded eight decades ago, the Dhoomimal Gallery in New Delhi is one of the oldest names in art sales. For […]