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Army Veteran Finds Peace Through Painting

MANKATO, Minn. (KEYC) -James Jindra, founder of Jwolf Painting, has a similar story to many veterans like him. Jindra enlisted in the US Army in 2007 before being deployed to Iraq in 2009. He served until 2014 when he returned home to start a family. It was around this time …

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Bronx-born baker Brittany Lombardi seeks sweet success at Food Network’s ‘Spring Baking Championship’ – Bronx Times

The Bronx will be well represented when the fifth season of Food Network’s “Spring Baking Championship: Easter” airs Monday. Representing Boogie Down will be Pelham Bay native Brittany Lombardi, who hopes to dazzle the Food Network judges with her jaw-dropping French and Italian cakes, accented with artful design and a …

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Nora Rogers Obituary (1952 – 2022) – Port Angeles, WA

Nora Rogers died suddenly and at home with her husband Ron by her side on February 6, 2022. Nora was born in Port Angeles on March 31, 1952 to Norm and Rita Pollack. After graduating from Port Angeles High School in 1970, Nora attended Seattle University where she graduated in …

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Student Art Show returns to Nobles County Art Gallery – The Globe

WORTHINGTON – Art teaches our students more than just how to make art. Art is a universal language. District 518 art teachers see daily how visual communication can bridge the language gap. Many students who fill our art rooms are new to our district and some to the school in …

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Wood River High School Students Paint Inspirational Pictures in Elementary School Hallways

WOOD RIVER, Neb. (KSNB) – Students at Wood River Rural High School paint murals on the walls of Wood River Elementary School. About eight high school art students work on a project to decorate the elementary school hallways. They’ve spent the past four weeks painting pictures of giraffes, greenery, fireflies …

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MARK YOUR CALENDAR: Upcoming Events in the Danville Area | Lifestyles

As this section is free, community events are likely to be held depending on available space. Articles on religion are posted on the Saturday church page. Email events to [email protected] TODAY, FEB. 16 WEDNESDAY CLUB PROGRAM: The Wednesday Club program will feature Music from the Melting Pot: American Songs and …

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Warren students use paint to raise heart health awareness

WARREN, Ohio (WKBN) – Various art students at Warren G. Harding High School are using paint to raise awareness for American Heart Month. “We make all kinds of art based on the heart, fitness and promoting healthy well-being,” said sophomore Nicolas Fabian. WKBN Anchor Named Woman of Impact Fabian is …

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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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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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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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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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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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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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Obituary: Joanne M. Griffin – Portland Press Herald

Joanne M. Griffin PORTLAND – Joanne M. Griffin, 87, passed away peacefully on Sunday December 19, 2021 at the Maine Veterans Home in Scarborough after a long and courageous battle with dementia. She was born in New Bedford, Mass. on March 25, 1934, daughter of the late Francis E. and …

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Your butter sculpture at home could be a winner in the “Butter Up!” ” of State. competition; deadline is Friday | Food

The deadline is Friday December 17th to turn a piece of butter into a work of art and enter your sculpture into the second “Butter Up!” competition. If you live in Pennsylvania, you can create your butter sculpture, photograph it, and email it before noon on Friday. Prizes for the …

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Op-Ed: An Allegory on Funding NH Schools

By Representative Marjorie Porter, D-Hillsborough Let me tell you a story of Little Town, a lovely little town right here in New Hampshire that boasted of having several beautiful lakes and ponds within its boundaries. Years ago, the townspeople decided that a place on one of them would be the …

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Calling all artists! The visit of the sculptures is open to submissions

EAU CLAIRE, Wisconsin (WEAU) – If you’ve nurtured some creative energy in the midst of the ongoing pandemic, now is the time to act! The Sculpture Tour is looking for artists for next year’s tour, a chance to present the work of talents from here and elsewhere in the streets …

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American Canyon embraces the joy of Christmas with the Magic of the Season Festival | Local news

From a visit from Santa Claus to an offering of Christmas treats to the lighting of a tree, the American Canyon Magic of the Season Festival has become a hub of Christmas cheer on Saturday night. Howard Yune, Record video AMERICAN CANYON – Napa County’s holiday season continued on Saturday …

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“Every painting is an adventure” for Albuquerque artist David Zaintz

New Mexico native David Zaintz’s “End of the Journey” is one of his works on display at the “Abstract Show” at Sumner & Dene in downtown Albuquerque. (Courtesy of Max Woltman) Originally from Albuquerque, David Zaintz uses his hands to tell a story in his art. During his career as …

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Bonaparte Artist Brings First Nations Craft Fair to Cache Creek – Ashcroft Cache Creek Journal

Artist Misty Antoine with two of her pieces. She will be exhibiting and selling more of her work at a First Nations craft fair in Cache Creek on November 27. (Photo credit: Barbara Roden) The Vancouver Canucks logo is something Bonaparte artist Misty Antoine has had a few requests for. …

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ACTS once again beautifies the city of Salem

SALEM W.Va.- The Compassionate Actions to Transform Salem group known as ACTS has completed another project to improve the city of Salem. Two buildings and a few downtown gates were painted as a beautification project. One of many over ACTS ‘two years of activity. Many of the city’s gathering places …

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K-12 Arts & Crafts Materials Market Size, Growth 2028

New Jersey, United States, – The Kindergarten to Grade 12 Arts and Crafts Market The Verified Market Research report is a meticulously conducted study. Experts with proven credentials and high levels within the research fraternity presented an in-depth analysis of the topic, drawing on their unparalleled knowledge of the field …

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Washington Art Park has a new art exhibit

WASHINGTON – Judy Black Memorial Park and Gardens presents “Fifty Years & Counting,” an exhibition featuring artists Judy Jackson and Elizabeth MacDonald. The exhibition opens on October 16 with a reception from 4 p.m. to 6 p.m. and will be on display until November 14. Judy Jackson, who divides her …

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Pay It Forward sculpture unveiled

A sculpture with the letters PIF, meaning Pay It Forward, was unveiled on Monday on the green space outside the Ector County ISD administration building. A collaborative project between Complex Community Federal Credit Union, the AVID program, and vocational and technical education students, it aims to inspire future generations of …

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Sculptures that “show the beauty of each watch”

“We wanted to preserve history. Eduard Kurayev was talking about Berd Vay’e, the company that he and Albert Akbashev, a friend from their high school days in New York, founded in 2014. “We wanted to show the world the beauty of every watch.” The company hangs vintage watch parts from …

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Meet Sonoma Spray Paint Artist Annika Gustafsson

Annika Gustafsson is happiest hanging out in her yard, spray paint in hand. The artist is making a name for herself through her creative and original use of unusual artistic mediums where she creates unique colors and textures that beg to be touched. Gustafsson grew up in Sonoma and fell …

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How to calm your climate anxiety

Three years ago, after the Woolsey fire, Greg Kochanowski, 53, returned to the Santa Monica mountains and walked past his own street without recognizing it. The most destructive wildfire in Los Angeles County history devastated his Seminole Springs neighborhood, burning down more than half of the area’s homes, including his …

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Gators hire Phillies-drafted Andrew Painter

With the 13th overall pick in the 2021 MLB Draft, the Philadelphia Phillies selected right-hander Andrew Painter. An elite rookie in the state, Painter has pledged to play for the Gators in 2022. With high-speed ballast and room to add muscle to its 6-foot-7 frame, Painter is a throwable launcher …

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Lampasas Spring Ho is July 5-11

William Clark Green headlines the Spring Ho concert in the plaza on Saturday July 10th. Tickets are $ 30 at the door, cash only. Courtesy photo the Spring Festival Ho de Lampasas returns Monday through Sunday, July 5-11, with lots of fun and live music to celebrate the “healing” sulfur …

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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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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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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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Shelly McVey | The Gazette

SHELLY MCVEY Iowa city Shelly McVey, formerly of Cedar Falls, joined her Eternal Family on Saturday, May 22, 2021. A celebration of life is scheduled for later this summer. Shelly was a donor to the Iowa Donor’s Network, improving the lives of over 50 people. In lieu of flowers, please …

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WB Yeats awarded with London sculpture

It’s a surprising fact that the only poet raised in England to win the Nobel Prize for Literature has no monuments anywhere in England – nowhere in the UK, in fact. This is less surprising when one remembers that the poet is WB Yeats who, although he spent most of …

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Many high school students don’t understand the financial aid process

Pamela Joe McFarlane | Getty Images Students’ knowledge of the financial aid process is “surprisingly low”. It is the conclusion of a new to study by ACT, which in April 2018 surveyed approximately 1,200 high school students who were registered to take the standardized test. Regardless of the economic background, …

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AU sees rise in minority, black candidates, president says

In a campus-wide email sent to students, faculty and staff Monday morning, Auburn University President Jay Gogue said the university has seen a 37% increase in minority student applicants and an 18% increase in black student applicants during its current application period. which ends May 1. Gogue’s email follows the …

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Students don’t need to go into so much debt

I have worked in education for many years, including higher education. If I read one more article about a student who goes into $100,000 debt on his way to a career in education, I’m going to explode. First of all, no student – ​​and especially not one who cannot afford …

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What the $300-a-month child benefit could mean for a family on the edge

To learn more about what that help would really mean, NPR spoke with three mothers about their needs and their hopes for their children. Shewona Ford, 40, St. Louis. Household income in the past year: approximately $17,000 Ford has eight children, ages 1 to 18. At the start of the …

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International Women’s Day: Domestic violence survivor thrives after escaping relationship, job and debt

Provided Today, March 8, marks International Women’s Day – a day to celebrate the social, economic, cultural and political achievements of women. While you may immediately think of politicians or activists, it’s important to celebrate the victories women and girls experience every day, like leaving abusive relationships and moving up …

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