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Over the Mountain Studio Tour Bids Farewell to Sycamore Pottery Owners and Welcomes New Artists | News, Sports, Jobs

Over the Mountain Studio Tour founding members and Sycamore Pottery owners Ren and Pam Parziale stand by some of their pottery on Sunday afternoons. Tabitha Johnston SHEPHERDSTOWN — The 33rd annual Over the Mountain studio tour wrapped up Sunday night, ending what may have been one …

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Crowne Plaza Hotels & Resorts debuts in Vinh Phuc, Vietnam

Crowne Plaza Vinh Yen City Center is the first to offer the brand’s new Plaza workspace and WorkLife room in Southeast Asia. IHG Hotels & Resorts, one of the world’s leading hotel companies, and Bao Quan Investment & Construction Joint Stock Company, officially opened Crowne Plaza Vinh Yen City Center, …

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Eclipse Exploring the Unknown Regions is a double-edged sword

The revelation of star wars eclipse excited fans everywhere as it promised an engaging, choice-based title in a franchise so dear to many. Developed by Quantic Dream, the mind behind the likes of Fahrenheit, Heavy rainand Detroit: Become Humanthe project is the studio’s first since EA’s exclusive on star wars …

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8 Best Craft Beer Spots on Philadelphia’s Girard Avenue

Philly has been associated with beer since its early years, when places such as Tun’s Tavern (birthplace of US Marines), Fraunces Tavern and the Troubled Old Man once existed along the waterfront. After the Revolution American, Philadelphia hosted the Constitutional Convention. After wrapping up the policy at the Pennsylvania State …

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Tegan and Sara ‘can’t sit still’ with new album, TV show and graphic novels

The Quin twins – better known as Tegan and Sara – have quietly become queens of all media over the past three years. The Calgary-born duo, who began their recording career in 2009, had solidified their musical foundation by the time “High School,” Tegan and Sara’s best-selling memoir about the …

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“Black Panther”, “A Strange Loop” and “She-Hulk”: the cultural choices of Jordan Calhoun

This is an edition of Atlantic A daily newsletter that guides you through the biggest stories of the day, helps you discover new ideas and recommends the best in culture. register here. Hello and welcome to the new Sunday edition of the culture of the Daily, in which one Atlantic …

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Three new buildings dedicated to BYU-Idaho

REXBURG — Students and administrators at Brigham Young University-Idaho gathered Thursday morning for the dedication of three new buildings on campus. One of the buildings is the Engineering Technology Building at 525 South Center Street. The 34,272-square-foot building, which once housed stores and reception, university press, surplus and mail services, …

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Savannah GA Artist Andre Ford Explores Black Humanity

Meet artist Andre Ford: remember his name, get to know him and celebrate him now! He’s been honing his craft for at least seven years, but the last year and a half has been a bumper season for him. “I’ve been drawing for a long time, but I really got …

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Kevin Nealon has a new comedic outlet: painting celebrity caricatures

Comment this story Comment Many people know Kevin Nealon best from his “Saturday Night Live” years, when he anchored “Weekend Update”, impersonated characters such as 90s Joe Biden and was half of the Hans and Franz who usurped Schwarzenegger. Some people are fans of his more recent shows such as …

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Keisha Lance Bottoms, Jamal Bryant, Tamika Mallory, Willie Moore Jr., Ice Cube and DJ Jazzy Jeff to headline 2022 ByBlack Conference in DC

ByBlack Conference WASHINGTON (PR WEB) October 19, 2022 Today, the US Black Chambers, Inc. (USBC) launched its annual ByBlack Conference “The Color of Commerce” at the MGM National Harbor Resort & Casino to be held October 19-21, 2022. The ByBlack Conference will feature over 50 speakers, 20 main stage …

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Opening of the Town Branch Commons greenway in downtown Lexington, Kentucky

After a decade of planning, design and fundraising, Lexington, Kentucky’s Town Branch Commons is now open. Featuring a protected bike lane and dedicated pedestrian path, the multi-modal greenway stretches 2.5 miles through the heart of the Bluegrass State’s second-largest city, providing residents with a new mode of connectivity car-free while …

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Halloween Horror Nights returns to Universal Studios Hollywood

Photo courtesy of Universal Studio Hollywood. Halloween Horror Nights has returned to Universal Studios Hollywood and is currently running select days through Monday, October 31. Prepare to be scared with eight new immersive haunted houses inspired by the most compelling horrors from TV and movies. Brought to you by the …

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Sabine Marcelis on the power of “singular and strong gestures” and Storied Blue by La Prairie

Public courtyards are a place of perpetual motion, with pedestrian traffic carving invisible arcs between points of interest. But they can also provide timely rest, as the designer illustrates. Sabine MarcelisThe new permanent installation in St. Giles Square in London. The low courses have all the solidity of the surrounding …

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Bon Jovi grapples with 9/11 on “Bounce”

In mid-2001, Bon Jovi appeared to be on the verge of cracking a new layer of the rocky stratosphere. The New Jersey quintet had made a successful comeback with the 2000s To crusha double-platinum hit in the US after relatively lackluster performances in 1995 These days. This was largely thanks …

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Fandom Underground – An Introduction – GAMING TREND

photo credit: Justin Mane’s Crow, 2022 You may not believe me, but modern revolutionary cinema does not come from the big studios. The sincerest, smartest and most thought-provoking work I’ve seen in years has been done on unofficial channels by people who otherwise might never have had the chance to …

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Journey to Rattlesnake Venom Feat. Former TWELVE TRIBES Members MOUTH OF THE ARCHITECT Release Single “Dead Empire”

Rattlesnake Venom Trip has released their “Dead Empire” video. The song and debut album were recorded by Micah Carli of Hawthorne Heights and mixed by Adam Dutkiewicz of Killswitch Engage. Kevin Schindel, vocalist and guitarist of RVT shares “Dead Empire is about growing old and seeing that life has passed …

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Edgerunners Might Be Studio Trigger’s Best Anime So Far

Studio Trigger is perhaps one of the best known animation studios to date. The studio has earned a solid reputation for its energetic and dynamic animation and visual design. Its shows are easily identifiable by these characteristics, but also by their unique and exciting characters, stories, and actions. With memorable …

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HFPA Prez Talks Golden Globes Redesign Challenge, Teases Big Name MC – Deadline

The beleaguered Hollywood Foreign Press Association (HFPA) had good news this week with the announcement that its historic 80th annual Golden Globe Awards will return to primetime television after a year-long hiatus. Under a one-year deal with NBC and Peacock, the show will air and stream across the United States …

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The management of the duo Nono + Rodrigo signs with Partizan

Directing duo Nono Ayuso and Rodrigo Inada, known professionally as Nono + Rodrigo, have signed with global production studio Partizan for representation in the US, UK and France. With a diversity of unique professional and personal experiences and a penchant for socially responsible subject matter, Nono + Rodrigo will further …

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Film Independent sets Episodic Lab participants for 2022 – Deadline

Film Independent has defined the participants and projects for its sixth annual Episodic Lab – an intensive program, designed to provide individualized story and career development for emerging television writers with original pilots. The list includes Christopher Au (Cape and data), Miguel Orozo & Boris Rodríguez (East of Los Aliens), …

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Westmeath councilors to vote on Ireland’s biggest film studio – The Irish Times

Westmeath County Council is due to vote on Monday on whether to grant planning permission for what would be Ireland’s biggest film studio, Hammerlake Studios, which could potentially create 1,000 jobs. Councilors will have to vote 75 per cent in favor of a zoning change for the first phase of …

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The devastating death of Henry Silva

Henry Silva was born in Brooklyn, New York, in 1926 and began acting in the early 1950s. He landed roles in many Broadway plays thanks to his fame at the Actor’s Studio in New York’s Hell’s borough. Kitchen. His success brought him to Hollywood where he quickly landed supporting roles …

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Lower Manhattan Cultural Council Names Craig T. Peterson as President

The Board of Trustees of the Lower Manhattan Cultural Council (LMCC) today announced the appointment of Craig T. Peterson as President following a six-month nationwide search and a unanimous decision by the board. Peterson, who assumes the presidency of the LMCC on October 17, 2022, comes at a very important …

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Pixel and Concordium Bring Insurance Policy to Web 3.0 Gaming

Apelby Communications is a wholesale supplier of telecommunications products and services whose customers include the world’s leading telecommunications operators. Swarmio and Apelby have entered into a revenue sharing agreement whereby Apelby will distribute Swarmio’s Ember gaming and esports platform to its telecom customers in Europe , Africa and LATAM. Swarmio’s …

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Elite and super-luxe, Blackberry resorts in the Smoky Mountains are a getaway above the rest | Entertainment/Life

Start with superior hospitality and luxury accommodations. Mix with legendary cuisine and libations. And bask in the beauty of the Great Smoky Mountains National Park. It’s the recipe for a truly delicious vacation at Blackberry Farm and Blackberry Mountain, sister properties in Walland, Tennessee, just 18 miles southeast of Knoxville’s …

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West 56th Street between 6th and 7th Avenues will be renamed “Wynn Handman Way”

Councilman Keith Powers, former Mayor Bill DeBlasio, former acting Wynn Handman students and maybe a star or two will gather Monday, September 12 at 11:00 a.m. at the southeast corner of 7th Avenue and from 56th Street to name West 56th Street between Sixth and Seventh Avenues as Wynn Handman …

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Azra Games unveils NFTs for sci-fi game Legions & Legends

Interested in knowing what’s next for the gaming industry? Join gaming executives to discuss emerging parts of the industry in October at GamesBeat Summit Next. Register today. Azra Games has revealed plans to launch its first NFT (non-fungible token) collection, The Hopeful, on Magic Eden on September 28. NFTs are …

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Author Jennifer Dugan and illustrator Kit Seaton on ‘Coven’

The Nerd Daily recently had the pleasure of meeting Jennifer Dugan and Kit Seaton, whose paranormal graphic novel YA queer Convent releases September 6. We got to ask them all of our burning questions about favorite witches, paranormal activity and more! Hi, Jennifer and Kit! Thanks for chatting with us! …

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Lake Charles native Chesney Claire scores in Vegas

LAKE CHARLES, La. (AP) — Lake Charles native Chesney Claire is making her mark in Las Vegas. Claire’s inspiration and motivation is her family. “My very first time on stage was at my grandfather Jerald Helms’ funeral,” she said. “After I sang my grandparents’ wedding song at his funeral, my …

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BIM Manager, ArchiCAD – Hermosa Beach, CA, USA | Works

Laney LA Employer: Hermosa Beach, California, USALocation: Fri 2 Sep ’22Posted on: Full timeType: WHO WE ARE Laney LA is a multidisciplinary architecture studio dedicated to collaborative craftsmanship and timeless design. The studio seeks to create work that speaks powerfully – sparking a dialogue between sustainable architecture and its …

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Iron Gate studio released the new Patch in Valheim

The Valheim developer today released a new patch for the popular Viking survival video game that could easily fix a particularly annoying bug. Of course there was a bug before that could cause the game to crash, and therefore the other world. Finally, the crash started with a global reset, …

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Luxury watch brand Audemars Piguet opens a hotel in Switzerland

The watch-themed hotel also offers tours of the Atelier Audemars Piguet museum Minimalist interiors are also influenced by the environment — think light fixtures inspired by large rock formations in the valley — with locally sourced raw materials, mostly stone and wood, dominating the design and decor. The glued laminated …

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Ellen Burstyn reveals why she’s coming back for the reboot

Something rare in the horror genre is a film that stands the test of time, and especially one that wins an Oscar in addition to garnering 10 nominations in total. In 1974, after becoming the highest-grossing film of ’73, that’s exactly what the controversial William FriedkinThe polarizing adaptation of the …

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8 days a week – The free weekly

August 25 (Thursday) Adult Recreation — Index Cards, 11 a.m., Fort Smith Library, Windsor Branch. Free. fortsmithlibrary.org. Gallery Conversation — Exploring Helen Frankenthaler, 1 p.m., Crystal Bridges Museum Contemporary Art Gallery. Free. 657-2335 or crystalbridges.org. Evenings at Eleven — 5 p.m. and 6:30 p.m., Eleven Restaurant at the Crystal …

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Fallout 4 and New Vegas veterans team up to create a new open-world RPG Wyrdsong

For years Fallout fans have been clamoring for another team up between Bethesda and Obsidian Entertainment to produce a new Fallout game. It’s still not in the cards (although Microsoft now owns both studios), but an announcement at Gamescom’s Opening Night Live might be the next best thing. Bethesda veteran …

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Miranda Lambert reveals ‘how you keep going’ after decades of making music

Country music star Miranda Lambert made her major label debut in 2005, but was active in the music scene before that. After several years in the industry, Lambert has released nine studio albums with his latest album palomino falling on April 29. In an interview on the Best of US99 …

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Tee Time, two artist friends crazy about golf

Léo and Ben are two friends who met in engineering school: golf and art have always brought them together to the point that today they have decided to embark on artistic creation and create a creative studio in Switzerland to Zurich where they live. Their Studio LIM. (for Less Is …

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The southwest corner of NJ has a rich history and no shortage of things to see and do

Apples are on the menu at South Jersey Apple Fest September 9-11, starting at 10 a.m. Held at the Salem County Fairgrounds, the event kicks off the apple harvest season and showcases all things apple – apple pie, candy apples, apple bread and butter, apple sauce and apple cider. Picturesque …

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Zodiac sculptures 2022 from Design Trust Futures Studio

The results of the Design Trust Futures Studio’s 2022 program, “Heritage is Creative Generation”, can now be seen at the brand new Palace Museum. Marisa Yiu, co-founder of the association, explains to Joey Wong why respecting heritage is of crucial importance The word “heritage” has heavy implications. “Heritage” implies something …

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Issey Miyake, revolutionary Japanese fashion designer and favorite of museum costume institutes, has died aged 84

Issey Miyake, one of the greatest fashion designers of the late 20th century, has died aged 84. Miyake was the innovative leader of a diverse group of Japanese designers who changed the face of haute couture and wearable fashion over the past four decades, and helped make contemporary fashion a …

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David Muse, multi-instrumentalist for Firefall, dead at 73

David Muse, best known as Firefall’s longtime multi-instrumentalist, has died aged 73. “It is with heavy hearts that we have to announce that our friend and beloved David Muse has lost his ongoing battle with cancer,” a post on the band’s official Facebook page noted. “David passed away peacefully at …

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John Wick in Space Possibility addressed by the director

John Wick director Chad Stahelski explains whether or not Keanu Reeves’ titular assassin will go to outer space in a future episode. John Wick Director Chad Stahelski wonders if Keanu Reeves’ titular assassin will ever go to space in an upcoming episode. Released in 2014, the first John Wick The …

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This note is for you: the FREEQX library allows customers to exchange music | Local News

MANCHESTER — For decades, WEQX-FM has been Manchester’s independent home for new music. Now the radio station has created a way for people to share music, a way that doesn’t require an internet connection. The ‘FREEQX Library’, a box perched outside the Elm Street station’s offices and studios, will officially …

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The best graphite pencils for sketching and drawing

Maybe we’re biased, but there’s a unique beauty to drawing pencils that isn’t matched by your everyday writing pencil. Usually painted in a pleasing color and engraved with their name and rank, they make a striking figure in a box art. Of course, you can’t judge a drawing pencil (only) …

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Beats By Dre Reunites With FUTURA For New Beats Buds Studios

HipHopWired Featured Video CLOSE Source: Beats By Dre / Beats By Dre Looks like Beats By Dre is looking to get back on top of gaming audio and has enlisted an OG graffiti artist to help them create next-level headphones for music lovers. According HypeBeast Beats By Dre has enlisted …

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Hartung, Whitworth and Talib join ‘Thursday Night Football’

Prime Video’s team for “Thursday Night Football” is almost ready, less than two months before its first regular season game. Kaylee Hartung was hired by Amazon as a sideline reporter while Andrew Whitworth and Aqib Talib signed on as contributors for pregame, halftime and postgame coverage. Prime Video’s regular season …

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Jamie Lee Curtis would ‘of course’ star in a Marvel movie

While discussing the third and final season of his Audible Letters from Camp with PEOPLE podcast, Jamie Lee Curtis said she would be open to joining the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). It comes after how, last May, Curtis started making fun of Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness. “I …

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Famous tattoo artist Aakash Chandani on building India’s largest studio, “It’s a dream come true”

Akash Chandani is a young but brilliant creative personality who is taking the tattoo world by storm with his brilliance. The Bhopal-based tattoo artist has been in the industry since 2012 and has created waves nationwide for the shocking realism of his sophisticated tattoos. Aakash has two large studios in …

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Kratos joke costumes are some of the most powerful skins in God of War

Kratos’ default clothes have gone through multiple evolutions in the God of the war series. The simple loincloth he wears in the Greek kingdoms became a fur-lined outfit in the Nordic lands. His preference for light clothing allows him to operate with maximum efficiency, but since Kratos is a god …

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CED Studios Refreshes The Hip-Hop Scene With A Focus On The Craft

The individuals who make up CED Studios. // Courtesy of Tony Olivieri Kansas City has hosted a diversity of music over the years, but Tony Olivieri knew a particular space needed change. When he felt frustrated that the city’s hip-hop scene often felt the same way, he decided no one …

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Nightlife in Houston This Week: July 11-17, 2022

Night Market at Montrose Market | Photo courtesy of Montrose Marketplace Updated on Monday, July 11, 2022 at 9:18 p.m. Find the must-see events in Houston with our Day + Nightlife guide for Monday, July 11 through Sunday, July 17, 2022. Your favorite nightlife guide is back to heal your …

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Fun rug tufting workshop activity to do in Bangsar

If you’ve been active on social media in the past year, you may have seen videos of people tufting. That’s pretty big on TikTok with some creators, such as SIMJI, amassing over five million followers on the platform. If you don’t know what tufting is, it’s a textile manufacturing technique …

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Inside Angel’s Envy Meta Distillery Experience

Virtual visitors could embark on a mixology quest to gather ingredients and customize a cocktail, as well as sample a virtual menu of signature cocktails served by a non-gaming bartender (NPC).Screenshot: Courtesy of Angel’s EnvyLOUISVILLE, KY.—Craft distiller Angel’s Envy recently unveiled their $8.2 million branded home expansion in Louisville, Ky. …

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ExtraSpecialTeas plans outdoor space for dining, events | Company

GREAT BARRINGTON – Six months after opening its second location in Great Barrington, ExtraSpecialTeas plans to enhance this space by creating an adjacent outdoor space to be used for dining and events. ExtraSpecialTeas, which employs adults with special needs, recently received a $10,160 grant from MassDevelopment to build this space …

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How Digital Domain brought photorealistic characters to life in “The Quarry”

When creating his ensemble-focused slasher game, The career, video game developer Supermassive Games decided to raise the bar for immersive and photorealistic visuals. This lofty goal required the company to expand its toolbox, and to that end, Supermassive enlisted Academy Award-winning VFX studio Digital Domain, leading to the invention of …

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City Life Org – Ronald James reopens his photography studio in New York

Brooke Shields backstage photoshoot with Ronald James. After taking several years off to spend time helping his family, fashion and portrait photographer Ronald James is back behind the camera Ronald James (https://ronaldjames.com) will reopen his Upper East Side studio. Ronald had enjoyed a successful career for several years, taking photos …

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John Mayer makes a subtle appearance on Harry Styles’ song “Daydreaming”

In May 2022, Harry Styles released his most anticipated album to date, Harry’s house, featuring 13 songs that capture distinct moments in his life. “Daydreaming” is an exceptional track on this disc. With energetic drums and a horn section, the song also features John Mayer on guitar, making it an …

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Deadcraft Review – Niche Gamer

The similarities of Rune Factory 5 did not escape me while writing this Deadcraft exam. Being a Marvelous studio effort, many of the qualities shared between these titles were no accident. Deadcraft has the advantage of having no baggage on the go and strives for a flavor not often seen. …

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PALACE shares lyric video for “Fifteen Minutes”

Frontiers Music Srl recently announced that the next new studio album, One 4 The Road, by Swedish melodic rockers Palace will be released on July 15th. A 4 La Route here. Palace, the brainchild of Swedish singer and multi-instrumentalist of Lithuanian origin Michael Palace, returns with a fourth album, One …

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Conserving a work of art involves careful detail work

Jennifer O’Brien’s downtown apartment in Little Rock is filled with art. There are paintings, pen-and-ink works, and collages, many by Arkansas artists like Donald Roller Wilson and Byron Werner. A life-size oil painting of a young boy hangs at the end of a hallway. The child is William O’Brien Jr., …

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Thank you dad! – County Pulse Gate

A special thank you to our staff dads at Peninsula Pulse. Celebrate dad with gifts and local experiences Father’s Day is this Sunday, and if you’re still trying to figure out what to get the guy who has everything, the answer might be closer than you think. Many distinctive gifts …

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Umphrey’s McGee releases NFT, new single and Talking Circles episode ahead of Asking For A Friend release

In McGee of UmphreyIn its never-ending quest to provide its fans with the most unique live and recorded musical experiences, the band has adopted, or in most cases developed, a set of live and album enhancement tools for fans. . From the revolutionary “Headphones & Snowcones” program, which gives fans …

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Wet Paint in the Wild: artist Ondine Viñao takes us to an experimental theater performance in New York

Welcome to Wet Paint in the Wild, an extension of Annie Armstrong’s gossip column in which she gives art world insiders a disposable camera so they can give us a glimpse of their mad industry corner. In 2019, it was difficult for me to look away from the artist Ondine …

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The ‘Joker: Folie a Deux’: 5 things we know about the Oscar-winning Joaquin Phoenix sequel

Todd Phillips, the director of the 2019 Oscar-winning feature film “Joker”, has officially confirmed that he has written a script for the sequel to his 2019 Oscar-winning film, with a working title “”. The 2019 film was the most financially successful comic book movie ever made. But we now know …

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Jonah Tolchin releases new single “Aliens”

Guitarist, vocalist and songwriter Jonah Tolchin today shares “Aliens”, the new track unveiled from his fifth studio album, Lava Lamp, which will be released July 15th on Yep Roc Records. With punchy angular guitars and lo-fi vocals that channel The Strokes, “Aliens” was co-written with Marvin Etzioni and “was created …

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Robot Koch unveils his new album “The Next Billion Years”

If you’re looking for an album to showcase a balmy Monday morning, look no further than the LA-based composer’s new album. Robot Koch. The new album The next billion years is a remix set of Moss and Sand (Robot’s ambient side project) – and it takes the album down a …

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Horizon Call of the Mountain gets a new trailer while Forbidden West gets a new Game+ update

Guerrilla Games was highlighted during yesterday’s State of Play, starting with the first trailer for Horizon Call of the Mountain, a PS VR2 exclusive. The game, co-developed with newly acquired Liverpool studio Firesprite, will feature an all-new protagonist called Ryas. The world of Horizon is spectacular up close. In Call …

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New voices unveil Frank Lloyd Wright’s trickiest design principle

The desert ignites the imagination. In the austere vastness, you are reminded that you are a fleshy little piece of something endless. It is in this context – small acts of living expression in a larger arid wasteland – that visitors to the Arcosanti campus of the School of Architecture …

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High-caliber rapper VonDhaDon has an aptitude for success

New York is famous for producing high caliber rappers known for their lyricism and ability to craft infectious beats. The next rising star in this region is VonDhaDon. Born and raised in Staten Island, NY. He is an artist, manager, model, stylist, influencer and icon. His reputation for picking up …

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This Oregon artist uses an ancient process of lost-wax bronze casting to make art bowls.

Like many other artists, San Diego-born Robert Anders supplemented his creative work with “day jobs” that took him to live in cities ranging from Minneapolis to Kansas City. But when it came time to consider retirement, Baker City, Oregon seemed like the perfect place to settle. “Bronze offers an open …

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New Exhibition at SAAM’s Renwick Gallery Features Works by Bisa Butler, Nick Cave, Sonya Clark and More

BISA BUTLER, “Don’t Tread On Me, God Damn, Let’s Go!—The Harlem Hellfighters”, 2021 (bonded, appliquéd and quilted cottons, silk, wool and velvet). | Smithsonian American Art Museum, gift of David Bonderman.Photo by Lee Stalsworth THIS PRESENT MOMENT: CRAFTING A BETTER WORLD, a new exhibition presented at the Renwick Gallery of …

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John Mayer Reflects On ‘Deeply Personal’ Process Behind ‘Born And Raised’ On LP’s 10th Anniversary

Ten years ago, John Mayer released their sixth studio album, born and raised. Recorded with producer Don was and a loaded band of folk luminaries, the record marked a noticeable transition away from the pop sounds that had made him a star. The album followed a highly publicized period of …

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Gatewalkers is a cooperative survival and action RPG coming to PC

The 5th annual Indie Live Expo took place this past weekend, featuring hundreds of games from developers around the world. We at RPG Site decided to quickly highlight some of the RPGs featured in the stream. smugglers is a cooperative action RPG game with survival elements developed by Polish studio …

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Bellefonte, Kane, offers free housing to remote workers for a month | News, Sports, Jobs

BELLEFONTE — When the COVID-19 pandemic swept through central Florida and workers settled in, from a distance, at their kitchen tables or makeshift desks, Lauren Beal began to think of this walkable city that loved in rural Pennsylvania. Beal, 36, recalled the bucolic park, the surrounding hills, its …

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Nuveen Real Estate Unveils Lush Amenity Spaces at 780 Third Avenue in Midtown East, Manhattan

New renderings from Architecture Plus Information reveal lush amenity spaces and exterior upgrades at 780 Third Avenue, a 50-story office tower in Manhattan’s Midtown East. Nuveen Real Estate, the building’s current owner, has invested around $40 million to create what it calls a green oasis for new and existing tenants. …

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Telltale should take on Doctor Who

Since its creation, Doctor Who delivered sci-fi mayhem for genre fans. It has had a long and varied history with over a dozen different actors playing the title character. Now the series is ramping up for Ncuti Gatwa’s debut as the 14th Doctor. Her introduction will mark the first time …

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What horror movie would make a good video game?

There are now 10 video games based on the Evil Dead series, not counting games in which Ash has cameos like Dead By Daylight and Poker Night 2. That’s a decent number, although the Alien series beat him, especially counting the various Alien vs Predator games. . There have been …

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Danielle Maurer Opens Up About Defeating “Jeopardy!” Champion Mattea Roach

This season of “Jeopardy!” featured three outstanding champions. First, Matt Amodio kicked off Season 38 by creating a 38-game second-place streak. In January, Amy Schneider brought Matt’s winning streak back to third place by setting a new second-place record of 40 games. Although 23-year-old tutor Mattea Roach is the youngest …

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Dead Rising 5’s Canceled Game Explained

the dead risen the franchise has been a bit of a mixed bag since its debut in 2006. Even the show’s most die-hard fans will agree that not all entries are created equal, and some may even go so far as to say that the show has never been better …

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Nerd Salad’s debut album “Press Start” is out June 3, 2022

nerd salad“Press Start”‘s debut album continues to build on the band’s eclectic yet accessible sound they established on their 2017 EP “Your Father and I Aren’t Angry, We’re Just Disappointed.” Guitarists/singers Sean Lippin and Nick Cerbone grew up together in Westchester County, New York, sharing a mutual love for music. …

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