Monthly Archives: June 2021

What to do this week: June 29

You know you’ve come to a turning point in the year where everyone’s talking about fireworks, festivals, and retiring from work a little earlier than usual. Put on your prettiest red, white and blue outfits and fill your calendar with arts, entertainment and culture you can’t miss this week. Get …

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TV Review: “The Choe Show” on FX

FX has tried talk show formats in the past, but none have been successful. Whether it’s because of bad hosting (Russell Brand cough) or bad marketing (Totally biased with W. Kamau Bell was phenomenal), FX is not a network that has ever successfully launched a talk show concept. With Choe’s …

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New Mexico Oil Painter Captures Grand Canyon After River Adventure »Albuquerque Journal

………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. ………. Marilyn Taylor, center, floats the Colorado River through the Grand Canyon in April 2018. Taylor painted a series of scenes from her trip. An exhibit showcasing the collection is …

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Franklin Town Crier for June 27, 2021

Posted: 06/26/2021 13:30:33 PM Farmer’s market on Thursday â–  The Marceau Park Farmer’s Market takes place every Thursday from 3 p.m. to 6 p.m. and runs until the end of September. Concerts in the park will return this week and run throughout August from 5:30 to 6:30 p.m. Buffy the …

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Little Rock dedicates new sculpture to downtown

Little Rock officials dedicated a new 24-foot-tall stainless steel sculpture “Helios” on the corner of Main Street and Capitol Avenue on Friday. Twisted metallic bands manage to capture a reflective sphere at the top of the sculpture, which lights up at night and is mounted on a gray plinth. The …

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Winged sculpture offers solace to Ely Cathedral

A glass sculpture of ‘angel’ wings titled Solace has been temporarily installed at Ely Cathedral as a memorial reflecting the pandemic. Artist Layne Rowe is seen installing Solace in the Chapel of the Lady in Ely Cathedral. Photo: Keith Heppell The 10-foot-tall exhibit – which will be on display until …

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Tree sculpture moves to Mount Evans

Mount Evans Home Health Care & Hospice’s spirit of giving to the community has been preserved in a sculpture outside its building on Bergen Peak Drive. Artist Ted Wilson’s “Spirit of Giving” tree sculpture is dedicated to volunteers who give of their time to help others, according to Sculpture Evergreen …

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Kannapolis receives donation of two public art sculptures

KANNAPOLIS, North Carolina (WBTV) – Cheryl and Eric Dearmon donated two public art sculptures, “Smiley” and “Discover” to the city of Kannapolis. The two sculptures are already in the City and were loaned by artist Tom Risser. With their purchase, the Dearmon have ensured that the sculptures remain in the …

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ABQQ announced a partnership with STAREASTnet NFT Movie and

NEW YORK, June 22, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – AB International Group Corp. (OTCQB: ABQQ), an Intellectual Property (IP) and Film Investment and Licensing Company, Announces Partnership with STAREASTnet, a Leading Chinese Entertainment Artist Network; ABQQ will hold 40% of the capital of STAREASTnet NFT Movies and Music Marketplace (NFT MMM). …

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Dean Baldwin Painting begins operations in Macon

The company has expanded its operations to Macon. Dean Baldwin Painting officially begins operationsDean Baldwin Painting MACON, GA (41NBC / WMGT) – Dean Baldwin Painting has been in business for over 55 years. It has spread to different regions, and one of them is central Georgia. The company has expanded …

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monumental sculpture meets exquisite architectural intervention

amidst the breathtaking landscapes and breathtaking scenes offered by sonoma, california, one can find important history, nature getaways and fine wine. yet, there is a cultural gem to be discovered in this northern California land – a collection of monumental outdoor sculptures and exquisite architectural intervention. the 200-acre estate belongs …

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Green arts

Posted: 06/21/2021 09:18:38 AM Nothing could be nicer than spending a summer day near Lake Sunapee soaking up the sun. Nothing but enjoying the lake, the sun and shopping for fine art! If you’re interested, join us for Arts on the Green sponsored by Center for the Arts, Lake Sunapee …

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Miami Marlins 2021 MLB Draft Profile: RHP Andrew Painter

It’s MLB draft time for the Miami Marlins. The Miami Marlins will select the 16th overall in the first round of the 2021 MLB Draft. At Marlin Maniac, we’ll cover everything surrounding the Marlins Draft, from player profiles leading up to the big event, to predictions, breakdowns, rumors and more …

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June 15th Celebration at Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park

The group Alan Franklin, led by Muzicnet co-owner Alan Franklin Center with Blue Guitar, performed on Saturday, June 17th. (Photo: Barbara Sturges) University Park, IL- (ENEWSPF) – Saturday was a day of celebration at Nathan Manilow Sculpture Park: the very first Juneteenth which was both a national and federal holiday. …

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Fifty-one years in the making: Peters Valley is back

By Ilene Dube, JerseyArts.com Grants for new technologies allowed the historic craft village to thrive Signing up for a workshop at the Peters Valley School of Craft was like stepping back in time. You could have an immersive experience by studying, for example, blacksmithing, ceramics or weaving, living in a …

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5 famous beach paintings that capture serene summer days

“La plage de Trouville” by Claude Monet, 1870 (Photo: Wikimedia Commons, public domain) Nature has always been a source of inspiration for artists, but the beach is a particularly recurrent theme in the history of art. The 19th century French impressionists were famous for taking their easels and painting outside …

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6 artists’ houses | The week

Sonoma, California Architect Julie Dowling designed Bay Oaks Estate in collaboration with its artist owner. The four-bedroom home includes an artist’s studio with full-spectrum natural lighting; reinforced walls for hanging works of art; showcases; A gallery; and a bookcase with wall shelves. The 12-acre property includes two 500-year-old trees; flower …

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4 family Fiesta events on the south side

SAN ANTONIO – Editor’s Note: This story was published through a Partnership between KSAT and Live from the south, a new local and Latin property magazine which works to improve and expand community relations by promoting events, stories and businesses. Party time has finally arrived! And while most of us …

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Gamasutra – Press releases – UBISOFT REVEALS THE NEW official EUROPEAN LEAGUE THEME composed by the poisonous avenger

VIDEO: YOUTUBE LONDON, UK— 17E JUNE 2021 – Today, Ubisoft unveiled an extensive partnership with award-winning songwriter and producer The Toxic Avenger, to compose the original music for Tom Clancy’s Rainbow Six.® European League. Building on the main theme of Rainbow Six Siege, the new European League music will enrich …

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Sculptures explore the history of Foot District

A new series of sculptures underway in the community park focus on lighting up parts of Jefferson City history that are usually not focused on. The Historic Foot District Area Sculpture series focuses on the experiences of African-American residents of Jefferson City during the World Wars and Segregation. The first …

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Painting kitchen cabinets: all you need

What’s the best way to paint kitchen cabinets? Giving your kitchen cabinets a fresh coat of paint can transform them from old-fashioned to stylish for a small fraction of the cost of a new kitchen. Before you get started, it’s natural to ask yourself what you need to paint kitchen …

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A creative kick-off – La Tribune

Students watch auditions for “Cinderella” in the two-week production camp on the first day of summer camps at the Paramount Arts Center in Ashland on Monday. (The Ironton Tribune | Heath Harrison) Summer Arts Camps Return to Paramount ASHLAND, Ky. – For the first time in two years, students attended …

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CLN Music Monday: Ryan Kinder

Of Iron Man Country musician competitor Ryan Kinder is a force to be reckoned with in all fields. As a proud independent artist, Kinder has over 95 million streams thanks to his perfectly crafted country songs and touring history, securing the # 1 spot on a huge tour with ZZ …

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ONETA RIDGE PAINTING PROJECT | Legal Notice

Posted in Tulsa World, Tulsa County, Oklahoma, June 14-21, 2021 Invitation to Tender Notice to Bidders SEALED PROPOSALS will be received by Broken Arrow Public Schools, Independent School District # 3, Tulsa County, at 701 South Main Street, Broken Arrow, Oklahoma, until 11:00 a.m. CDT, Wednesday July 7, 2021, for …

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Birds of a feather

Submitted by Peg Doman. About a week ago my husband Don found a whorl of beautiful orange and brown feathers. They were all one piece but not a big bird considering the size of the feathers. There are two colorations: one is chocolate brown with wavy peach edges that run …

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Lowcountry Events for Sunday June 13, 2021 | Calendar

EDITOR’S NOTE: These calendar listings include Lowcountry arts and entertainment events that will be held both online and in person. To submit an event, go to www.postandcourier.com/events Today Virtual story time What: Tales, songs, dances and crafts from the librarians at the Charleston County Public Library. When: 10 a.m. every …

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Kansas City maker’s first metal sculpture a huge hit

Jay Lockett, owner of Jay Fabwerks LLC, Kansas City, Mo., stands next to his creation Silica Rose, which is currently on display in downtown Lee’s Summit., Mo. Images: Jay Lockett Jeremy “Jay” Lockett of Kansas City, Missouri, will be the first to tell you that everything he has done in …

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Sherwin-Williams inventory may rise on commercial paint sales

Text size These reports, extracted and edited by Barron’s, were recently published by investment and research firms. Reports are a sample of analysts’ thinking; they should not be taken as Barron’s views or recommendations. Some of the reporters have provided, or hope to provide, investment banking or other services to …

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Will these paint colors reign in 2022?

Dunn-Edwards, a manufacturer and distributor of paint and coatings colors in the American Southwest, is betting on a few key trends for next year and designers should take note. As of this week, the company has introduced its own set of 2022 color + design trends in the form of …

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XPOP ​​Launches World’s First Polkadot-Based Entertainment NFT Marketplace | Your money

SEOUL, South Korea – (BUSINESS WIRE) – June 10, 2021– XPOP, a Korean blockchain technology company, has announced that the Polkadot blockchain-based non-fungible entertainment token (NFT) market will be launched as the world’s first at the end of June. This press release features multimedia. See the full version here: https://www.businesswire.com/news/home/202106110005384/en/ …

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What’s to blame for a paint shortage in Rockford?

ROCKFORD, Ill. (WTVO) – Rockford entrepreneur Ben Peters, owner of Ben Peters Painting, says it’s increasingly difficult to find paint at major retailers. “It was difficult,” he said. “Say you’re missing a gallon and have to run to the store real quick and get a gallon, and they don’t have …

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Obituary of Dani Karavan | Sculpture

An environmental piece over 3 km long, entitled Ax Majeur (1980-ongoing), in the French town of Cergy-Pontoise, north-west of Paris; Passages (1990-94), a memorial to the philosopher Walter Benjamin in Portbou, Spain; Murou Art Forest (1998-2006) in Japan; and Way of Human Rights in Nuremberg, Germany (1989-93), are among the …

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Loop Media, Inc. Closes Transaction with Ithaca

Glendale, Calif., June 10, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – via NewMediaWire – Loop Media, Inc. (“Loop Media”) (OTC: LPTV), a leading provider of its own music video streaming and entertainment services for businesses and consumers, today announced that it has completed the acquisition of EON Media Group Pte. Ltd. (“EON Media …

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A painting on glass awakens sweet memories of childhood

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Watauga County Community Musician Mary Greene Receives 2021 Masters Fellowship in Folk and Traditional Arts and Receives $ 12,000 to Support Lifelong Learning

Mary Greene with instruments including a mountain dulcimer made by Rick Stone who lived in Watauga County. He also made a mountain dulcimer for Joni Mitchell and several dulcimers for Canadian artist Rick Scott. There is also an accordion pictured that belonged to Greene’s dear friend Joe Shannon, who died …

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Robotics Award 2021 goes to ABB’s PixelPaint automotive paint

FRANKFURT, Germany – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) –The “Robotics and Automation Innovation and Entrepreneurship Award” 2021 (IERA) is awarded to ABB’s PixelPaint technology. Two high-precision robots make automotive painting faster, more durable and more flexible, helping manufacturers to respond effectively to individual demands. Two-tone and personalized designs are applied in a single …

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Hear this eerie Aeolian harp sculpture that looks like a futuristic nightmare

June 9, 2021, 9:02 AM sculpture in Burnley, Lancashire” class=”content-image” data-image-catalogue-id=”242728″ width=”660″ height=”370″ loading=”lazy” src=”https://imgs.classicfm.com/images/242728?crop=16_9&width=660&relax=1&signature=F26_vsQM8-WDvJBNT76reDSZhkk=” srcset=” https://imgs.classicfm.com/images/242728?crop=16_9&width=375&relax=1&signature=8Eb_GMpoHvv9wcaThpmCQ54jvgY= 375w, https://imgs.classicfm.com/images/242728?crop=16_9&width=420&relax=1&signature=Hwi5jt2J_mvztvj-ZxMYKuEufSY= 420w, https://imgs.classicfm.com/images/242728?crop=16_9&width=660&relax=1&signature=F26_vsQM8-WDvJBNT76reDSZhkk= 660w” sizes=” (max-width: 375px) 375px, (max-width: 420px) 420px, 660px”/> Aeolian harp sculpture in Burnley, Lancashire. Image: Getty This is what one of the largest wind chimes on the planet …

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Clara “Kathi” Everett | News, Sports, Jobs

Claire “Kathi” Everett, 73, of Vienna, WV, died on June 7, 2021 at Camden Clark Medical Center. She was born October 12, 1947 in Spencer, WV, daughter of the late Lloyd and Katrina O. Everett. Clara was a proud graduate of Parkersburg High School in 1965. “Once a big red, …

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