Studio Craft

Artists in action: Tim Carless

Courtesy of The ArtsCenter, an interview with Tim Carless by Neha Nataraju The ArtsCenter is proud to partner with Tim Carless to bring you live entertainment every month! Its next upcoming event with The ArtsCenter, on June 12, will feature an original improvised score for a classic silent film. RSVP …

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The Bronx Roll Out Limited Edition “Watering The Well” Craft Beer Collaboration with Fall Brewing Company

The Bronx, whose next album, Bronx VI (https://thebronx.lnk.to/bronxviPR), is already racking up widespread praise, including Result describing the music as happy rock’n’roll ”and Brooklyn vegan saying “their sound is as full of venom and vinegar as ever,” launches third single from upcoming album, releasing “Water the well” (https://thebronx.lnk.to/WTWPR/youtube) this morning. …

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FE McWilliam Gallery & Studio reopens with brand new exhibition

Sculptors at work: Anne-Katrin Purkiss’ photographs kick off a new summer season of artistic power at the FE McWilliam Gallery & Studio Banbridge’s famous FE McWilliam Gallery & Studio and Sculpture Garden reopened to the public this week with an exciting new photography exhibition. Named one of the artistic ‘Hidden …

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Lake Placid’s Grand Adirondack Hotel to make its fall debut – Hospitality Net

Located in a coveted space on Main Street in Lake Placid, the historic Hotel North Woods will reopen this fall after a major renovation, unveiling a new look under a new name: Grand Adirondack Hotel, a Tribute Portfolio Hotel. Conceptualized, managed and capitalized by the team at Wright Investments, the …

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A summer reset at C&O Canal National Park

Celebrating 50 years as part of the National Historical Park Service, the park and neighboring towns offer travelers a wealth of nature, culture and history for a fresh start in post-pandemic life. After a year of uncertainty, many people are eager to move forward. About 90% of vaccinated travelers now …

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What grocery store is opening in Eatontown, NJ?

There is an empty storefront that has become shrouded in mystery and which many still wonder about. The Asbury Park Press has reported that an “unnamed supermarket” is about to take over the old Toys R Us at Monmouth Plaza at the corner of Route 35 and Wyckoff Road. Listen …

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Sit back, relax and throw some clay at Barro BK

If you are like me, you decided a long time ago that there is a lot of fine art that is not your forte. Sure I’m creative, but somewhere along the way I decided that I wasn’t good at drawing or painting… which meant I took a first year of …

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Army of the Dead: the 7 movies and shows it puts together

Zack Snyder’s Army of the Dead laid the groundwork for a franchise filled with prequels, sequels and spinoffs – from a Dieter movie to a global epic. Zack Snyder planted the seeds for a vast franchise filled with sequels, prequels and spinoffs in Army of the dead. The zombie flick …

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World’s Largest Production Superyacht ‘Majesty 175’ Launched in UAE

Sheikh Mansoor bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, chairman of the Dubai Sports Council, unveiled the Majesty 175, the world’s largest producing composites superyacht, on Sunday. Image Credit: Provided Dubai: Sheikh Mansoor bin Mohammed bin Rashid Al Maktoum, chairman of the Dubai Sports Council, unveiled the Majesty 175, the world’s …

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Schwarzenegger and Abrams promote return to cinema – Sentinel and Enterprise

By JONATHAN LANDRUM Jr. LOS ANGELES (AP) – Arnold Schwarzenegger enthusiastically chanted: “We’re back! We’re back! ”Before speaking on Wednesday about the importance of resuscitating the theatrical experience for moviegoers. “Now is the time to get back to the big screen,” Schwarzenegger told a socially distant audience of the AMC …

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