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Calendar, October 16, 2021 | New

Today Fall CAT-ch, Kokomo Humane Society fundraiser with dinner featuring a bass shrimp boil, entertainment and auction, 6 to 9 p.m., The Experience; visit www.kokomohumane.org. Pumpkin Painting, 11 a.m. to 4 p.m., Kirkendall Nature Center, free, children under 12 must be accompanied by an adult, pumpkins are free while supplies …

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Inside Swell Studio’s Precise Furniture Making Process

This artist is one of many artists featured at Field + Supply, the biennial modern craft fair in Kingston, New York. Learn more about Field + Supply here. Mike White loves everything about furniture making, from coming up with ideas to visualizing the final piece. It’s no surprise, then, that …

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JIMI HENDRIX – Exclusive New York Comic Con Screenprint Available Thursday

Iconic By Collectionzz will be releasing screenprints by Jimi Hendrix on Thursday, October 14 at 2:00 p.m. EDT. A message follows: This one is for anyone who couldn’t visit us at New York Comic Con! This new officially licensed five-color silkscreen print from Jimi Hendrix is ​​illustrated by Luke Preece; …

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To help! Let’s find the cheapest gas in Ocean County, NJ

Gas prices are rising again in New Jersey. It sounds strange, summer is over and gas prices are still on the rise in New Jersey and across the country. Gas prices are over $ 1 per gallon compared to last year. The average price of a gallon of regular gasoline …

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Lamb review: A sleepy Icelandic folk tale has turned into a nightmare

One of the last distributors with a strong sense of identity, A24 has solidified its reputation in the film industry as the studio of choice for disorienting and expertly crafted horror dramas and films that respect genres and leave the audience scratching their heads. Their latest film, “Lamb”, is no …

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“Jamaica makes a difference” with food, music and sport

World Expo 2020’s ‘Coolest’ Pavilion Reproduces Jamaica’s Ethics as a Logistics Hub Connecting the Americas to the World By Akanksha Dean Jamaica is in the spotlight and showcases its latest inventions and products at the 2020 World Expo in Dubai. With the theme “Jamaica Moves”, its pavilion suggests that whether …

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John and Yoko Ono Lennon’s timeless world anthem, “Imagine”, certified triple platinum in the United States ahead of John Lennon’s birthday this Saturday, October 9

“John and I were both artists and we lived together, so we were inspired by each other. The song ‘Imagine’ embodied what we believed together at the time. John and I met – he’s from the West and I’m from the East – and we’re still together. We have this …

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Inside Chad Davis’ spellbinding glassblowing process

This artist is one of many featured at Field + Supply, the modern craft show taking place this week in Kingston, New York. Learn more about Field + Supply (and purchase tickets) here. For Chad Davis, working with glass is a rewarding practice. Not only is the material a wonder …

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In times of stress, people find comfort in snacks. During the pandemic, restaurants too.

El Ponce started selling snacks and products, like cajeta, during the pandemic.Photograph by Laura Stone When Atlanta restaurants closed their dining rooms at the start of the pandemic, nearly all of them began offering take-out, even though they had never had one before – a move meant to keep them …

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Sheryl Crow’s New Album Live From The Ryman Gives Us More

BY KARYN A. POKLETAR After a career spanning more than 30 years, Sheryl Crow has grown from an elementary school music teacher to an internationally renowned rock-pop-blues and country artist. Live from the Ryman and more looks back on the career of the “If It Makes You Happy” singers with …

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Fountaindale Public Library District: Fall Fandom Fest (October 2021)

We’re dedicating October to everything fan-related: books, movies, TV shows, comics, and most importantly, fun. Don’t miss this epic celebration for all ages! For adults and adolescents: Teen Fandom Style: Disneybounding Photo ContestSeptember 13-October 2Submit a photo of your everyday outfit inspired by a character from your favorite fandom, anime, …

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Craft ACT cancels the DESIGN festival

Image 1: Lucy Irvine, DESIGN Canberra 2021/2022 signature artwork, The Stills. Photo: Lean Timms CRAFT ACT announced today (October 5) its decision to cancel its signature 2021 DESIGN Canberra festival, which was scheduled to premiere in November. The full 2021 program, on the theme “Transformation”, will be postponed to November …

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IATSE strike authorization vote: Hollywood won’t close yet

Here is what you need to know about this weekend’s vote, the sequel and the productions that would be impacted by a possible strike. AMPTP (Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers) and the 13 local unions of West Coast IATSE (International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees) are currently operating …

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California Jewelry Design Company, Holly Yashi, Celebrates 40th Anniversary

Holly Yashi celebrates 40 years of handcrafted jewelry making on the Northern California Coast. resist the current direction of the market and suggest another way, where good design is not something throwaway, and you can be proud of something you bought twenty years ago. – Paul Lubitz ARCATA, CALIFORNIA, USA, …

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Perfect Seattle Weekend: Support Local Shops, Art & More

Is your next big getaway here in Seattle? More than likely. There’s no need to board a jet when the fall weather still offers cool, sunny days, and it’s easy to come and go from our local, independent and diverse businesses. Seattle offers plenty of handmade products, artisan foods, and …

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Alt-Country pioneer George Frayne, aka Commander Cody, dies at 77

George Frayne, who as frontman of Commander Cody and His Lost Planet Airmen fused western swing, jump blues, rockabilly and boogie-woogie with a 1960s philosophy to pave the way for generations of roots-rock, Americana and alternative country. musicians, died Sunday at his home in Saratoga Springs, NY. He was 77 …

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BITS & BYTES: “Call Fosse au Minskoff”; Berkshire Blues & Brews Fest; Eggenberger appointed Director of NM Land Trust; Lecture on artist Jackie Fischer; Stories for good at BCC

“Call Fosse at the Minskoff” premieres at the Mahaiwe from October 15 to 16 GREATER BARRINGTON – “Call Fosse at the Minskoff” by The Fabulous Invalid (Jamie DuMont and Rob Russo), a new 90-minute solo piece written and performed by Mimi Quillin and directed by Michael Berresse, will premiere at …

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Explore Studio Seidensticker’s FW21 Collection

German shirt makers Seidensticker have been crafting some of the finest button-down shirts in the world since 1919. They are unquestionably masters of their craft, drawing on their heritage and label of excellence in the world of tailoring to put shirts on. the back of generation after generation of clothing …

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Maxon’s Cinema 4D used in the creation of Disney + ‘s “WandaVision”

FRIEDRICHSDORF, Germany—Maxon announced that Cinema 4D is being used to support the creation of several Fantastic User Interfaces (FUIs) on the hit Disney + series, “WandaVision,” which is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). For the production, 3D motion design artist Robyn Haddow was tasked with bringing the fantastic …

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Advanced Blue VO! CE Software Now Available for All Blue Yeti, Yeti Nano and Yeti X USB Microphones | National company

LAUSANNE, Switzerland & WESTLAKE VILLAGE, Calif .– (BUSINESS WIRE) – Sep 28, 2021– Blue Microphones, a leading innovator in audio technology and part of Logitech For Creators, a brand extension of Logitech (SIX: LOGN) (NASDAQ: LOGI) dedicated to enabling all creators to pursue their passions, announced Today the release of …

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Caren Tevanny launches Deliverance, taking her profession to the next level

On the eve of the release of his new single ‘Deliverance’ arguably the hardest part for any musician / songwriter who has seen their share of the spotlight and literally offered blood, sweat and tears. in the name of craftsmanship, is the time when the crossroads become clearer, and the …

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Upcoming Events at Colonial Williamsburg

Bryan Austin is one of the Colonial Williamsburg actors featured in “The Actor’s Lament”. (Courtesy of Bryan Austin) WILLIAMSBURG – The fall equinox of September 22 may have officially marked the end of summer, but it’s also the start of a season full of many festivities around the Historic Triangle. …

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Collins Historic Barn Craft Market to Host ‘Featured Fridays’ | Business

WAXHAW – The Historic Collins Barn Craft Market is launching a series of free events that will highlight its resident artists. The new Barn Friday events will kick off on October 1 with the woodworking art of Mike Mallaney of MJM Studio. Mallaney offers custom woodwork, inlaid memory boxes, cutting …

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Opening & Closing | Lee High Valley Regional News

Shake Shack I’m at the Lehigh Valley Mall. Lehigh Valley Mall is one of six new retailers that have opened or are about to open. The chain, which started out as a hot dog cart at Madison Square Park in New York City, will soon serve customers near the front …

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New life for a historic setting: New owners are preparing to launch a craft center in the old Emporium building | New

JOHNSTOWN, Pennsylvania – The Emporium’s 49-year history came to an end in July when longtime owner Lu Makin-Byrd went out of business. But the site’s new owners, Jodi and Eric Kabler, plan to reopen the building at 3006 Somerset Pike as a 24-hour craft hangout called La Bella Embrace. Eric …

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The Nest used showroom showcases sustainable fashion, community and friendship

While the two women have always loved fashion, neither expected them to create careers by repurposing it. Von Meister, 27, is originally from New Jersey but attended St. George’s School in Middletown, Rhode Island. Her friends always called her “the fashion girl” growing up, she says. After earning a fashion …

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Amano Artist Co-op exhibit in downtown El Paso shines a spotlight on art educators

A dusty old warehouse in central El Paso comes to life as a two-story visual arts center that features art exhibits and offers studio space for interested artists. Brian Holt and Mike Fierro are the two artists who run Amano Artist Co-op, which has been operating at 210 Poplar St. …

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Highlighted DIY studio for crafts + a new school board member

Hi, Edgewater-Davidsonville! Here’s everything you need to know to get a good start on Wednesday. Are you a local business owner or distributor in Edgewater-Davidsonville? Our premium local sponsorships keep you on top of inboxes in town every morning. Contact us here for the truth. First of all, the weather …

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Petrina Hicks: attractive, if not mysterious Australian, photographer

Australian Petrina Hicks’ large-scale hyperrealistic photographs are formal, super professional, eerie and alluring. Bewitching even in the most positive sense. Petrina’s studio work is very similar to the lighting, aftermarket styling and equipment used by professional publicity photographers. However, Petrina and the product photographers, in terms of subject matter, couldn’t …

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National Geographic’s new state-of-the-art cruise ship adds a dose of luxury to your Arctic expedition

Through its publications, television channels and signature tours, National Geographic has long helped connect adventurers to the hidden treasures of seven continents. Now that gives us one more reason to start packing, with the introduction of its second polar expedition vessel to combine cutting edge technology with luxury comfort. Following …

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Welcome to the rap game, Baby Keem

Baby Keem seems to have appeared out of nowhere. Earning his first songwriting credit on Kendrick Lamar’s soundtrack for the movie “Black Panther,” Keem quickly saw himself at the center of many top studios. The 17-year-old will later collaborate with top producer Cardo on his mixtape Die for my bitch. …

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11 fall glasses not to miss

The days are getting shorter and the leaves are starting to change. That means one thing: it’s Pumpkin Spice Latte season. The ever-popular drink is one of the things some people look forward to the most in fall. Many local cafes put together special menus each year so patrons can …

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Some new and familiar state golf champions in 2021

Six individuals and six teams were crowned Wyoming High School State Golf Champions for the 2021 season on Saturday. There was a four-time individual champion and three repeat individual champions. One team won a fourth consecutive title, while the other five champions were new for 2021, including two winning a …

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4 houses in Ahmedabad which are masterclasses to mix interior and exterior

The structure is made of rough Dhrangadhra stone masonry, highlighted by a leather-finished kota stone floor and fitted with an exposed concrete ceiling. The H-shaped layout has two main sections: the living room with adjoining dining area and kitchenette, and a master suite. The two sections are connected through a …

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Guillermo Del Toro is now the director that Tim Burton was

As the two lean towards dark fantasy in their films, Guillermo del Toro’s filmography has remained steadfast as Tim Burton’s has struggled. Alley of nightmares‘s Guillermo del Toro became the revered dark fantasy director who Tim burton decades ago. Armed with an incredible ability to create haunting visuals, develop compelling …

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Verdello hosts artists reception on last 3rd Thursday | Local entertainment

SHERIDAN – Having admittedly “given up” to an artistic career in college, Sheridan’s Polly Burge is now throwing herself into an artist and painter. Burge, 30, and Verdello Olive Oils and Fine Foods hosted an open reception Thursday showcasing his work at the final 3rd Thursday Street Festival of the …

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September Glory – Chicago Reader

We’ve given you plenty of ideas for fall activities to keep in mind as part of our Fall Arts Preview this week, but here are a few other events and exhibits to consider this weekend and beyond. of the. Fri 9/17: Music festivals continue to bring rock sights and sounds …

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Novel Bay adds to its shelves

Check out some of the latest publications that Novel Bay Booksellers, 44 N. 3rd Ave. in Sturgeon Bay, added to its shelves. Maybe you will find your next read here! CHILDREN Earth messages by Jill Harding This charming picture book by Door County author and artist Jill Harding offers simply …

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Here are 7 events to discover this weekend in Rochester

Night market Saturday, September 18, 5 to 9 p.m., Mayo Civic Center Plaza & Rochester Art Center It’s your last chance this summer to experience the Night Market, a new series of events featuring food, games, arts and handmade goods – with a strong focus on Asian vendors and BIPOC …

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Community Church Announcements | Community news

BLAIRSVILLE – Join the Lutheran Church in Hebron, 195 N. Liberty St., Sunday for “God’s Work. Our hands.” Hebron will honor first responders – the firefighters, ambulance and police who serve our community, during our 10:45 am church service, led by Reverend John Smaligo. We celebrate who we are: one …

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Why local open mic parties thrived during the pandemic

Why local open mic parties thrived during the pandemic – [225] Through Maggie Heyn Richardson September 8, 2021 To a songwriter, the first step to testing out a new song – and what it feels like to perform it – is playing it at an open mic party. These reserved …

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Inside Shang-Chi, the MCU movie as culturally significant as Black Panther

Shang-Chi feels like another positive step towards greater representation in the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). Often criticized for its over-reliance on white and cisgender male superheroes, Marvel has finally started to diversify the lead roles in its recent films, most notably with Black Panther and Black Widow. It’s a welcome …

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Wine dinner, breakfast at the airport, music to remember

Support local Journalism: Find offers for new subscribers on floridatoday.com/subscribe.. Honor and remember the concert The Brevard community group pays tribute to the victims of 9/11 and the group’s founding conductor at Merritt Island High School on Sunday, September 12 at 3:00 p.m., “Remember the Past and Predict the Future.” …

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Feedback from the visit of Estes Park studios | Spotlight on the Estes valley

The Studio Tour is in less than a month. The event offers residents and guests the opportunity to visit home studios: additions, modifications and rooms converted into manufacturing spaces. What would you do with a creative space? What tools do you want to play and explore? This is the fifth …

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Bookings open for London Craft Week events

In October, many astute people and places will open their doors to show their crafts to the general public. This is part of London Craft Week, a spring event that takes place in the fall due to you know what. Most events are free, and you can just walk around …

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Monster Energy Up & Up Joins IDK For Tagless Graduation Event

The unprecedented 10-day unlabeled course, which takes place at Harvard University, targets BIPOC students and offers them the unique opportunity to travel Cambridge, MA to learn the fundamentals of the music industry. Rapper and producer IDK (Ignorantly Delivering Knowledge) is an innovator with few equals. He overturned genre tropes with …

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SenERGY: Hey, Over Sixty Artist: Where are you on the Art Triangle? | Culture & Leisure

The art world is a big triangle with artists like Jenny Saville at the top, and aficionados like me who have home studios and occasionally exhibit somewhere down there. Full-time or part-time, it’s worth knowing where you are on the Triangle. Sarah Thornton’s “Seven Days in the Art World” not …

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Recovering Dreams From the Past: “People have walked on it for 120 years, now you’re gonna ride it!”

There is something captivating about reclaimed wood – maybe it is knowing that it has lived past lives. Typically, one can only imagine the generations that touched it, the stories behind each ding or brand. But at Ventana Surfboards & Supplies, stories of their recycled wooden surfboards take center stage. …

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Claesson Koivisto Rune In Japan – TLmagazine

Bukowski presents Claesson Koivisto Rune In Japan, an exhibition and auction of pieces from the famous Swedish architecture and design studio Claesson Koivisto Rune. Founded in 1995 by Mårten Claesson, Eero Koivisto and Ola Rune, the studio has established a long-standing collaboration and association with Japan. The exhibition highlights the …

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Summer Sunday Fest returns to Brunner Farmhouse this weekend

After the pandemic forced the Summer Sunday Fest to turn into an inverted parade last year, where guests led by participating artists and stations, the annual event returns to Brunner Farm on Sunday. The event, hosted by the Broomfield Council on the Arts and Humanities and the Broomfield Art Guild, …

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Cultural Park Theater Autumn Theater Art Classes start in September

The Cultural Park Theater in Cape Coral, Florida has announced that its Fall Theater Arts classes will resume in September! Educational programming is an essential component of the mission, as the Cultural Park Theater is committed to providing opportunities that broaden participation and understanding of the performing arts for youth …

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Take a trip to Puerto Rico with Pachyman

Pachyman is the one-man dub band led by Puerto Rican-born Los Angeles-based artist Pachy Garcia. His first album for ATO Records, The return of…, released on August 13, so to celebrate, he has concocted a playlist retracing a brief history of Puerto Rican music. Check it out!– Annie Fell, Editor-in-Chief, …

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De Biertuin Amsterdam West Craft Beer Bar by Studio Modijefsky

Combining Dutch craft beers with roast chicken and creamy burgers, the De Biertuin brand continues to grow, its third location —— in trendy Amsterdam West —— now open. Designed by Studio Modijefsky and based on the German biergärten concept, the bar occupies a street corner on Jan Evertsenstraat and has …

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10 great historic restaurants that are destinations in themselves

Historic sites are not limited to battlefields or stately homes. Sometimes they can be as surprising as a sushi bar. A new grant program sponsored by the National Trust for Historic Preservation and American Express honors more than two dozen historic and culturally significant small restaurants that have suffered from …

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The best things to do in the lovely sandwich

Sandwich, Massachusetts, is located on the northwest side of Cape Cod and is easily accessible from the Bourne Bridge. This quaint Cape Cod town offers visitors beautiful bay beaches, wonderful museums and lavish restaurants, making it a fabulous getaway destination. Cape Cod’s oldest town, Sandwich was founded in 1637. It …

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Home Fires: Volcanic lava sparks decorative design

Mother Earth has been blowing a lot of steam lately – along with ash and a mess of lava. Volcanic eruptions, pumice stones and other rocks that they leave in their wake, have inspired remarkable settings. Dozens of volcanoes are now spewing, from Indonesia to Alaska, from Italy to Iceland, …

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Shopping 3828 – Mpls.St. Paul Magazine

As someone who could, at some point, remember each store’s brands and products and what was currently on the shelves for last-minute birthday gift requests from friends and family for days on end. years in a row, I admit: I haven’t had much time to go out and shop, with …

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Crestline appointed the management of The Residence Inn by

FAIRFAX, Va., July 20, 2021 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) – Crestline Hotels & Resorts, LLC (“Crestline”) today announced that it has been selected to manage the new Residence Inn by Marriott Steamboat Springs suite in Colorado. . The new hotel is located less than a mile from the Steamboat ski area and …

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Ex-Nightwish singer Anette Olzon makes scathing debut on “Sick of You”

Former Nightwish singer and current The Dark Element singer Anette Olzon recently announced her second solo album, Strong, and has just released their second new single, the scathing “Sick of You”. Strong, released on September 10 via Frontiers Music SRL, is the symphonic metal singer’s second solo offering and the …

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jewelry maker from Saint Helena uses local materials | Local News

Saint Helena jewelry maker Mark Battuello sells his work at Kokomo Studio in Calistoga and in stores in Santa Rosa. Marc Battuello make rings from wine barrel staves, then whiskey barrel staves, then inlay gems into different types of ring cores. Jeweler Mark Battuello learned metalworking on his own and …

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LaSalle Days 2021 celebrate with mud volleyball, live music and a parade

The town of LaSalle may be small, but when it comes to celebrating community, they go all out. LaSalle’s 40th Annual Days kicked off on Friday after dropping the festivities in 2020 due to COVID-19. The event included a memorial horseshoe tournament, live music, a tour of the Smokin ‘Bros. …

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Defend slow architecture with Manea Kella

Defend slow architecture with Manea Kella Casa Popeea, a hotel in Romania, is a recent competition from London-based architecture studio Manea Kella and represents the firm’s take on slow architecture; a movement that favors craftsmanship, simplicity, terroir and sustainable architecture Manea Kella is a champion of slow architecture. The movement, …

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Caleb Lovely Signs With Peermusic Nashville

Pictured left to right: Matt Michiels, Sr. Creative Dir., Peermusic; Kendall Lettow, Creative Director. Peermusic; Michael Knox, senior vice-president, peermusic Nashville; Michael Dulaney, Watercolor Sky Songs. Sitting: Caleb Lovely. Photo: Annelise Lughead Adorable Caleb has signed an exclusive worldwide publishing agreement with Peermusic in partnership with Michel dulaney‘s Watercolor Sky …

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RUE PRINCIPALE D’ATHÈNES: Three companies set up shop in The Square | Local News

Visitors to The Square in downtown Athens will soon have new businesses and services to explore. Athens Executive Director Tere Richardson held a press conference on Tuesday at the AMS office in The Square. She announced three new businesses that will soon be moving downtown. First on the list was …

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Calling all music lovers! SweeTARTS® drops SweetBEATS ™ Music Mixer and competes with pop legend Christina Aguilera

The iconic musician, designer and mom will hand-select the winning beat after listening to the top 20 contest entries, all chosen by fans online. “SweeTARTS is a brand that embraces unique combinations and duality – our candies are long and short, sweet and chewy and sweet and tangy,” said Jenny …

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Clayfest Highlights Vegas Artist’s Connection to The Casper Company

Clay totems (Oil City Staff) CASPER, Wyo – Wyoming Clayfest 2021 brought together renowned professors from across the country at ART 321 to celebrate and teach the art of turning clay slabs into (mostly) works of art with delicate shapes, intricate ornaments and meaning. Peter Jakubowski, co-owner of Clay Arts …

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New bike studio built on “good vibes”

July 7 — SALEM, NH – The city’s premier indoor cycling studio is all about the atmosphere. Built on community, the power of music and ‘good vibes’, owner Maggie Verrette recently opened VibeCo Cycle in the Tuscan village. The 24-year-old Andover native, a member of the 2015 class of Andover …

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Moody County Business | A liquor store offers the latest local beers

Flandreau’s new Sioux River Spirits enjoyed early success in some craft beers and liquors.The Wind Street store, which will be co-managed and owned by Carleen Wild Wilson, opened on July 30 and has already sold craft vodka and craft sisters, beers that tend to have a fruity taste.“Sour is a …

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Listen to Jordan Nocturne’s trippy “A Different Tempo” playlist – Playlists

So you said “Gemini Boy” is the product of your 2020 – which includes your newly born son in the context of the pandemic. How have these major life events impacted your process? and how do you think that impacted the feel of “Gemini Boy”? Yeah, 2020 has been a …

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Joe Elliott says playing “All the Young Guys” at the Freddie Mercury Tribute Concert was “the best four minutes of my life on stage”

During an appearance on the latest installment of 95.5 KLOS‘s “New & Approved” musical series, DEF LEPPARD singer and founding member Joe elliot asked what it was like to join the surviving members of QUEEN, in the same way Ian Hunter, David Bowie and Mick ronson, for a performance of …

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Visual Arts of Vermont | Vermont Arts

Some galleries and museums still require masks and social distancing. Virtual exhibitions are not listed, but they can be found on Vermont Arts Online. AR Market: “Color Contours”, until August 14, artwork by Alex Costantino and Clark Derbes, ARTE at AR “, 159 N. Main St., Barre, 802-479-7069, www.studioplacearts.com Hours: …

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Dreaming of Wine Tastings and Brampton Wine Studio

Cape Town has a pretty huge wine culture. It’s probably comparable to the way Americans view their football games. Yes, Capetonians love their wine. And if that’s the perfect analogy, then Stellenbosch has to be Cape Town’s (wine) mascot. While we can’t make it to our favorite haunt for a …

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These 3 women entrepreneurs not only succeeded, but thrived during the pandemic

The United States Chamber of Commerce reported last summer that small businesses owned by women were “disproportionately affected by the coronavirus pandemic and the related economic crisis.” Growth and income forecasts looked depressing. But these three women, all over 50, have beaten the odds by embracing digital technology and pivoting …

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River Muse Art Gallery Hosts “Roots” Exhibition | Arts and entertainment

CLAYTON – The “Return to Roots” exhibition opens at the River Muse Art Gallery & Studio with a reception at 3 pm Saturday. “Return to Roots” is a posthumous retrospective of John Elwood Cook’s varied works in watercolor, mixed media, collage, and pen and ink. The joint feature will also …

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How historic Tripoli carpenters craft a survival plan for traditional Lebanese woodwork

The old port district of Al Mina in Tripoli, the second largest city in Lebanon, is the best known for its cafes and art bars. But its narrow streets with stone houses are also home to the city’s carpenters. From his workshop, Elie Mouchaham brings the final touch to the …

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A mural on the former Santa Ana Army Air Base site could be the first artistic nod to OC history

The rows of Quonset huts off 17th Street in Costa Mesa have always seemed to hint at a past steeped in history, but now a recently painted mural and the man who commissioned it aim to bring that story to life. evidence. Last week, local muralist Nancy Hadley signed an …

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Movers and Shakers: Sandy Kaplan | Manufacturers

By Alice Handelman Sandy Kaplan took her first handmade clay class at Craft Alliance in 1989 with nationally exhibited artist and instructor James Ibur while in the midst of her fundraising career. “My work evolved as I started to create figurative and narrative vessels and sculptures,” she says. “I even …

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In the West, looted bronzes are museum pieces. In Nigeria “They are our ancestors.

BENIN CITY, Nigeria – The young artist leafed through grainy photographs of delicate ivory masks of Queen Idia, seeking inspiration for her own painting of the legendary Warrior Queen. The masks were made around 500 years ago by a guild of sculptors just around the corner from the studio where …

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