Monthly Archives: January 2022

UTSA Basketball Show, presented by UT Health San Antonio, returns tonight

SAN ANTONIO — The UTSA Basketball Show, presented by UT Health San Antonio, is scheduled for the 2021-22 season and will feature the head men’s basketball coach Steve Henson and head coach of women’s basketball Karen Aston, UTSA Athletics and LEARFIELD Roadrunners Sports Properties announced. The one-hour show will air …

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My favorite painting: Mick Channon

Racehorse trainer Mick Channon chooses a painting of a horse. Mick Channon on Pneumatic by Juliette McLeod “Pneumatic belonged to Bill Wightman and was buried under the immaculate lawn of his stables; the portrait now hangs in the foreground in my owners’ living room. Bill was the man I turned …

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Upcoming Sculptures in 12 NDMC Zones | Delhi News

New Delhi: The New Delhi City Council (NDMC) has decided to install themed sculptures at 12 prominent places or roundabouts in a phased manner as part of its “Special Art Project” with the aim of promoting the art and culture in his region. NDMC Deputy Chairman Satish Upadhyay informed that …

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Northern Tier Regional Library sets monthly schedule

The Northern Tier Library and the Richland History Group have teamed up to bring you an informative presentation on local history from 1-3 p.m. on February 5. Keynote speaker Daniel Barr, a Robert Morris University history professor and local author, will discuss colonial life in western Pennsylvania, including the Indigenous …

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‘Saturday Night Live’ looks back at Russian misinformation in Ukraine with its Joe Biden

By Kelly McCleary, CNN “Saturday Night Live” launched its show this week with its President Joe Biden reviewing Russia’s efforts to spread misinformation on social media in Ukraine. The scene opened with Biden, played by James Austin Johnson, surrounded by advisers in the Oval Office, including a military adviser played …

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Digital painting | Cashmere Images Diary

Added January 29, 2022 Basharat Bashir Digital painting is an emerging art form that is unlike any other form of painting we have known before. It is a whole new art form different from traditional painting techniques. Digital painting has created new, easy ways for artists to create large amounts …

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Western Iowa welder creates realistic sculptures

AUBURN, Iowa (AP) — Occasionally, passers-by make an unscheduled stop, requiring a closer look at three oak trees standing near the start of the Grant Park Trail here. “Some people actually said they had to go out and touch them,” said Tanner King, a skilled welder who creates realistic metal …

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Frenchmen Art Bazaar returns with installation by Dohm Collective

Photo courtesy of the Dohm Collective The Frenchman Art Bazaar will open on Friday, January 28 in an outdoor space at 619 Frenchmen Street formerly occupied by dba. In May 2021, the concert hall expanded its operations with an outdoor stage and table-top dining space that was once the site …

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Artist Sebewaing infuses his work with the love of his home

Julie Kaczorowski has been an artist for most of her life, but it was only recently that she was able to fulfill her dream of painting for a living. Kaczorowski has been involved in art since graduating from high school when her parents bought a paint store in Sebewaing in …

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Painting With John Season 2 Trailer Features More Colorful Mayhem

From the creator John Lurie comes the second season of the unscripted HBO series Painting with Jean, which just received a teaser trailer to entice audiences into more hilarious improv comedy with the multi-faceted entertainer. During the first season, Lurie showcased his many talents, especially that of painting, working on …

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New Orleans Women’s and Children’s Shelter to Benefit from Sculpture Auction

NEW ORLEANS — The New Orleans Women and Children’s Shelter was selected by two siblings to receive all proceeds from a sculpture auctioned by Neal Auction Company. The siblings, who wish to remain anonymous, are selling a small version of Woman in a Huipil, a sculpture by Enrique Alferez that …

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The Queer Creatives Community Directory Gives Back

For many queer people, giving back to the community is of the utmost importance, especially when it comes to hiring for creative projects and endeavours. However, the sad reality is that most of the creative industries are dominated by cis-hetero people, but that is something that is about to change. …

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How Chamorro painter Gisela McDaniel gives voice to trauma victims with her portraits

On paper, Gisela McDaniel is poised to be the type of young artist who will explode into the market, with skyrocketing auction results and impossible waiting lists. Except the 25-year-old native Detroit Chamorro painter won’t let that happen. McDaniel resists certain conventions of the art world, whether it be the …

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New 60-foot-long downtown sculpture tells San Antonio ‘You are beautiful’

Have you been driving south on 281 recently when you noticed the words “you’re beautiful” bouncing back at you during your drive? The new installation, aptly dubbed “You Are Beautiful,” is now on display at the downtown 1221 Broadway parking lot. The text-based public artwork was pieced together by San …

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The local nonprofit offers courses for people with autism to help them start their own business

TALLAHASSEE – Art and entrepreneurship come together to provide new opportunities for people with autism. “It’s going to help them and me just reduce anxiety and reduce that stress and that socialization will help them be able to recognize what they want to do.” Stress and lack of socialization are …

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Ruholamin creates a new painting on the birth of Fatima (SA) live

TEHRAN — Fans watched artist Hassan Ruholamin create his new work on the birth of Hazrat Fatima (SA) from home in a live broadcast streamed online on his Instagram. The untitled artwork created over two consecutive days, was unveiled by Ruholamin on Sunday to celebrate the birthday of Prophet Muhammad’s …

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UAH Professor Builds Sculpture at Huntsville Botanical Garden

HUNTSVILLE, Ala. (WHNT) – A professor of art and sculpture at the University of Alabama at Huntsville (UAH) recently unveiled a brand new piece for the Huntsville Botanical Garden. The sculpture, designed by UAH’s Chris Boyd Taylor, is titled “The Door Is Open.” The piece is a giant, human-sized birdcage …

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Northern Piedmont Community Foundation Scholarships Available for Rappahannock Students and Residents | Non-profit organizations

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GTA Online Player Gets Real Game Paint Version As Birthday Gift

After a player said they liked a piece of artwork in GTA Online, their friends banded together to give them a real-life copy for their birthday. grand theft auto online is full of many rich and wonderful surprises for its ever-growing player base. The online component of Auto grand theft …

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Why Forgotten Artist Edmonia Lewis Gets Her Own U.S. Stamp

Cleopatra was found in a dusty warehouse in a mall outside of Chicago in the late 1980s, stuck among abandoned Christmas decorations covered in graffiti and paint. The 3,000-pound neoclassical marble sculpture depicting the death of the Egyptian queen had once been among the most important works of art displayed …

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Learning Center to Introduce Director of Arts and Crafts at Open House | News, Sports, Jobs

Material submitted EAST LIVERPOOL – The HHH Foundation Board has announced that Kim Hohlmayer has been appointed Arts and Crafts Program Director at the East Liverpool Area Community & Learning Centre. The Center is located at 110 Maine Boulevard, adjacent to the East Liverpool High School complex. An open house …

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20 Paintings in 20 Years: Colorado Springs Restaurant Has an Artistic Anniversary Tradition | Culture & Leisure

For some restaurants, it is enough to pass another year. Not Shuga’s. The Colorado Springs restaurant makes it a point to celebrate its anniversary every year. Sometimes it calls for toast or special dishes. It always calls for a new paint job. It’s been a tradition since the beginning, in …

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Carbondale Arts Receives Federal Sculpture Grant from Youth Art Park

A rendering of the upcoming ‘Unity/Unidad’ sculpture at Carbondale Youth Art Park.Courtesy photo/re:LAND A contribution from the federal Grants for Arts Projects fund is only part of the “collage” of funding sources for Carbondale’s Youth Art Park, but a source of inspiration and validation for the project’s leaders. The National …

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INSTACART AND MICHAELS EXPAND PARTNERSHIP TO LAUNCH SAME DAY SHIPPING ACROSS CANADA

As part of Michaels’ strategy to transform its omnichannel approach, the national partnership between Instacart and Michaels in Canada follows a recently expanded national partnership in the United States. Since the launch of the first American pilot project in March 2021Michaels reports that he’s seen a significant number of additional …

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DexioProtocol Releases CMC’s DexiHunter Weekly Crypto Reports

New Albany, U.S., Jan. 19, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Making waves and eye-rolling, DexioProtocol is making headlines as an ecosystem quietly disrupting the crypto arena worldwide with the incoming announcement in CMC’s Crypto Weekly of the beta version of the release of the DexiHunter whitelist using top influencers and promoters …

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“Painting the Moon and Beyond” Artist Talk

ARTISTS SPEECH: The Trenton City Museum in Ellarslie will host a talk with artists featured in the “Painting the Moon and Beyond” exhibit on Wednesday, January 26 from 7-8 p.m. via Zoom. From left, Ilene Dube, Dan Finaldi, Jeff Epstein, Elizabeth O’Reilly and Jean Perkes gather in front of Lois …

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There are all kinds of artist opportunities open at the Josephine Sculpture Park in Frankfurt

the Josephine Sculpture Park in Frankfort, Kentucky, seeks students and adults for residencies, fellowships, internships, and a new work exchange program. The park contains nearly 80 contemporary works of art on its 30 acres. There are habitat restoration projects to reintroduce native plants and wildlife to the park. It is …

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‘Reservation Dogs’ Wins Writers Guild of America Best New Series Nomination

Details Through Native News Online Staff January 18, 2022 The Writers Guild of America (WGA) announced its nominees for the 2022 Writers Guild Awards on Thursday, January 13, and “Reservation Dogs” is among the top nominees. Reservation dogs earned two nominations, including Best New Series and Best Episodic Comedy for …

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You painted your nails wrong

IF our budget allowed, we’d happily do manicures several times a week – but right now it’s something we mostly reserve for special occasions. So with that in mind, you would assume we would have had plenty of time to hone our nail painting skills. To the right? 3 The …

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Watch the Emirati artist behind the ‘Love’ sculpture in Dubai

Dubai: Millions of people passing through Dubai International Airport will notice a striking red sculpture in Arabic calligraphy titled ‘Love’. Another eye-catcher is a gold-colored sculpture, ‘My Dallah’, made of fiberglass, installed in the arrivals area of ​​Terminal 3. It is an abstract representation of a coffee maker and a …

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Make-A-Wish Foundation brings Santa Maria girl’s dream home to life

SANTA MARIA, Calif. — Katalina Covarrubias is interested in jiu jitsu, but the five-year-old must fight something else first. Covarrubias faces his biggest battle, lymphoblastic lymphoma, before he even turns five. “It was very traumatic for her,” said her mother, Cecilia Covarrubias. “I don’t know how much she will remember, …

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The Dutch Royal Family will temporarily stop using Golden Coach, following criticism of colonial ties

By Sana Noor Haq and Mick Krever, CNN King Willem-Alexander said that the Dutch royal family will temporarily stop using the Golden Coach until “the Netherlands is ready”, following criticism from colonial ties in the carriage. “Our history contains many reasons to be proud. At the same time, it also …

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Lucky circus horse painting could fetch £100,000

in the ring, by Dame Laura Knight (1877-1970) is up for auction at Christie’s in London. © Christie A painting by a British artist of a circus horse ‘rescued from lions’ could fetch up to £100,000 at auction later this month. In the ring, by Dame Laura Knight (1877-1970) depicts …

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Tanavoli ‘Seated Poet’ sells for record $550,000 at auction in Tehran

TEHRAN — “Seated Poet,” a bronze sculpture by Parviz Tanavoli, sold at the 15th Tehran auction on Friday for 146 billion rials (about $550,000 based on the Iranian free market exchange rate of $1 = 265,660 rials) setting a record for a work of art in national sales. The 1.42 …

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Tiffany Haddish “arrested for impaired driving in Georgia” | Culture & Leisure

Tiffany Haddish was arrested on Friday (1/14/22) on suspicion of driving under the influence (DUI). The 42-year-old actress was arrested around 4 a.m. in Georgia after she fell asleep at the wheel of a vehicle. Police were alerted to a potential problem by a member of the public, who reported …

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Exhibition examines what has changed since the Black Power movement – and what hasn’t

Harmeet Kaur, CNN Many will know the iconic picture of Black Panther Party co-founder Huey P. Newton seated in a rattan peacock chair, with a spear in one hand and a shotgun in the other. Taken in 1968, the image would become one of the defining symbols of Black Power …

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Local actor finds acting is like painting with his whole body

Albuquerque native Erik Gonzales continues to play roles in New Mexico-based projects. (Courtesy of Erik Gonzales) When Erik Gonzales was a freshman in college, he failed his public speaking class. “I didn’t like being in front of people,” he says. “(At the time) my son’s mother was into improv and …

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These Siberian snow sculptors are carving Russian history into ice

As Europeans, when we think of extreme cold, Russia often comes to mind. And when there is so much snow available in Siberia, why not organize a snow sculpting contest? Novosibirsk, a major city in Siberia, hosts the annual Siberian Snow Sculpture Festival, which was first held in 2000. This …

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Property of the week: 17 Cedar Drive, Sterling | Entertainment

This four-bedroom, 3.5-bathroom home on 1 acre of land has the stately farmhouse-style facade of a late 20th-century single-family home, with a 2020-updated interior in contemporary craftsman style. The property is surrounded by woods and offers great privacy for $950,000. “When you meet them, a lot of couples say, ‘I …

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Spatial audio tools bring clarity to Herodes Atticus’ Odeon Amphitheater

Brian Eno’s reputation as a musician and producer for David Bowie, U2 and Talking Heads precedes him and his long career as a pioneering solo artist, particularly in the field of ambient music. He recently collaborated with his brother, Roger Eno, a solo artist and composer of film and television …

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Avatar Fan Art transforms a classic painting into a mighty last airbender

An Artistic Avatar Fan: The Last Airbender transforms Alexandre Cabanel’s classic religious painting, “The Fallen Angel”, into “The Fury of the Avatar”. A stunning new piece of fan art combines Nickelodeon’s iconic animated series, Avatar: The Last Airbender, with classical 19th century art. Created and uploaded by Avatar News, the …

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Metal and Lace Wanted for Public Art Park Project Honoring Women of Pittsburgh’s Industrial History | Visual arts | Pittsburgh

Click to enlarge sculpture in Wightman Park – PR PHOTO: AMANDA WALTZ” width=”647″ height=”421″/> Photo of the CP: Amanda Waltz OOA Designs artists Oreen Cohen (left) and Alison Zapata (right) pose next to their sculpture in Wightman Park Got some scrap or lace lying around? Make it part of a …

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Students participate in arts returns | Local news

The Students Participate in the Arts program would not be possible without the support of many of our local corporations and municipalities. This Year Students Participate in the Arts is presented by Fifth Third Bank with sponsors Atrium Health, North Carolina Arts Council, Corning Incorporated Foundation, Embassy Suites Charlotte / …

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My favorite painting: Nigel Prince

Nigel Prince, director of Artes Mundi, in a haunting image of Anwar Jalal Shemza. Nigel Prince on The wall by Anwar Jalal Shemza “Shemza was one of my art teachers at school when I was a teenager. An elegant, friendly and encouraging man, it was only years later that I …

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Elon Musk fans create giant goat billionaire sculpture on rocket

A tax on each exchange of the Elon GOAT token goes towards the funds to pay the designers and makers of the transportable statue, which will also include fireworks and lasers. As you might expect from Musk fans, the creators are already talking about the statue and comparing it to …

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Alia Shawkat is a cult classic

If there is one TV show that has managed to harness the energy of the Trump era – the mania and chaos, absurdity and delusion, rampant nihilism and the suspicion that things might get out of hand – and channel it into something special, without ever making explicit reference to …

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International boxer who spends his days painting murals

An international boxer traded in the padded gloves and ring for brushes and canvas. Rob Newbiggin was once an international boxer, turned pro in his early twenties, but now spends most of his time painting and preparing for his art degree. The 57-year-old was originally born in California, United States, …

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More Ronaldo sculpture fury – The Portugal News

A new statue of footballer Cristiano Ronaldo has sparked controversy, this time in Goa, India. Protesters gathered with black flags as the statue was unveiled in Calangute, expressing their anger at the choice of a Portuguese player given the colonial past of both countries. According to AFP, Micky Fernandes, a …

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The Fenimore Art Museum launches a series of virtual tours throughout the winter | Local news

The Fenimore Art Museum will present four virtual tours focused on the museum’s collections. According to a press release, the tours will run from 2 p.m. to 2:30 p.m. on Tuesdays from January 18 to March 8 and will be via Zoom. The full program and tour descriptions can be …

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Full Circle Productions Receives Ford Foundation Grant

Full Circle Productions announces that it has received a grant from the Ford Foundation to support the creation of United Hip Hop Vanguard, a network of leaders and cultural workers who will organize program activities that will support and reverse the last two decades of erasure in the community National …

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A collection of Russian religious paintings that once belonged to the Medici is definitely coming back to the Uffizi Galleries

A prized collection of Russian paintings has a new home in the Uffizi Galleries in Italy, the palace where they once hung centuries ago. In order to broaden its offer, the Florentine institution inaugurated the “Museum of Russian Icons”, a permanent exhibition of 78 religious paintings from the 16th to …

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American artist KAWS unveils massive sculpture inspired by snowman in China

Renowned American artist and designer KAWS (aka Brian Donnelly) unveiled a new public art installation in China’s cold northeast border as part of his KAWS: HOLIDAY tour. The monumental artwork features two of KAWS ‘Companion figures in the form of giant statues made of snow. It is located on Changbai …

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Campaign to Save Minnesota’s “Masterpiece of Scandinavian Design, Color and Art”

They were owned by identical twins Arvid Swenson and Aaron Swenson, who towered above her. Their love for Norwegian art had drawn them to his stall like “honey bees,” Jenson said with a laugh. “Hi guys,” she said. “They couldn’t even look at me and smile. They must have looked …

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First gallery owner Hannah Traoré gives artists of color the agency they deserve

For the future gallery owner Hannah Traoré, art has always been an extension of the family. Before his birth, his mother often traveled to West Africa to buy works and resell them at her home in Toronto; this is how she met Traoré’s father, originally from Mali. Art is a …

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LIME Painting seeks to expand its locations and services in 2022

DENVER, January 4, 2022 / PRNewswire / – LIME Painting – the first and only premium painting franchise company – is gearing up for a busy year after ending 2021 with more locations, new hires and a new franchisee event. The brand opened 20 new locations throughout 2021, increasing the …

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Diamonds and sculptures win the hearts of bidders at joint auction

Auction action at Chadds Ford, Penn. CHADDS FORD, PENN. – The photograph “June Leaf” by Richard Avedon (American, 1923-2004) dominated the lots presented at the William Bunch Auctions quarterly decorative and fine arts sale on December 14th. Sold for $ 39,000, large format gelatin silver on paper, signed and stamped …

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Obituary of Lucy Halterman (1926 – 2021) – Minneapolis, MN

Lucy Ellen Halterman obituaryLucy Ellen Halterman obituaryLucy E. Halterman, 95, died while on vacation in Maplewood.She was born on November 27, 1926 in Havana IL to Leo and Nettie Hopping. Lucy attended Peoria IL Nursing School where she graduated and became a registered nurse, as did her older sister Bessie. …

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Singer Omarion says he’s definitely not a variant

By Leah Asmelash, CNN Since the latest variant of Covid-19, Omicron, gained ground in the United States, jokes calling it the “Omarion” variant, named after the R&B singer, have multiplied. But Omarion takes the jokes impatiently. “Hi, this is Omarion. I am an artist, not a variant, ”he declared in …

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Chinese painter exhibits portraits of 86 human rights activists

A Chinese painter who hides his face behind a mask to remain anonymous organized the first exhibition in Tokyo of his ink and wash portraits honoring 86 human rights champions in China. The 71-year-old artist, who arrived in Japan in 1987, said he wanted the Japanese to learn more about …

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Artist Karen Lucas completes mosaic at Honolulu train station

Mahalo for his support of the Honolulu Star-Advertiser. Take advantage of this free story! Karen Lucas was born in Milwaukee, Wisconsin. Her mother was an artist and introduced her to the world of fine art from an early age. Lucas wasn’t sure how her interest in art would pay the …

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Gloria J. Griffin 1948-2021 | News, Sports, Jobs

YOUNGSTOWN – Ms. Gloria Jean Griffin, 73, entered Eternal Rest on Tuesday, December 21, 2021 at the Park Vista Retirement Center. Mrs. Griffin was born April 25, 1948 in Youngstown, daughter of Hinds and Myrtle Branyon Griffin. She graduated from South High School in 1966, received her BA in Social …

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The 2022 New Year’s horoscopes taken from Rob Brezsny’s “Astrology of Free Will”

Our partner Rob Brezsny provides his weekly wisdom to inform our thinking and motivate our mood. by Rob Free Will Astrology, is a weekly column published in more than a hundred publications. He is also the author of Pronoia is the antidote to paranoia: how all of creation conspires to …

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Conspiracy theories describe the fraudulent reality of the January 6 riot

Millions of Americans watched events in Washington on January 6 unfold on live television. Police officers testified about the violence and chaos. Criminal proceedings in open court detailed what happened. Yet hoaxes, conspiracy theories and attempts to rewrite history persist, blurring public understanding of what really happened in the most …

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