Studio Craft

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Clayfest Highlights Vegas Artist’s Connection to The Casper Company

[ad_1] 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 …

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New bike studio built on “good vibes”

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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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”

[ad_1] 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 …

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Visual Arts of Vermont | Vermont Arts

[ad_1] 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 …

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Dreaming of Wine Tastings and Brampton Wine Studio

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Movers and Shakers: Sandy Kaplan | Manufacturers

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Three Hollywood stars rebuild their lives in the heart of Texas

[ad_1] “Once you come here it’s hard to leave,” said Ms. Duff, whose movie roles include “Napoleon Dynamite” and “The Wedding Pact,” and who has spent time this year shooting a movie in Fort Wayne, Ind. She noted that each of the friends booked concerts shortly after they closed their …

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Taylor Swift’s next album will be ‘Red (Taylor’s Version)’

[ad_1] Taylor Swift announced that the next album she will release will be a 2012 re-recording red. In the middle of a long note about grief she posted on Twitter Friday, Swift wrote, “Imagining your future can always take you back to the past. And that’s all to say that …

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Armenian photographer who filmed life in Gaza: “People had a personal connection to him”

[ad_1] When Kegham Djeghalian came across three red boxes hidden and forgotten in his father’s wardrobe in Cairo three years ago, he couldn’t believe his luck. The boxes contained the negatives of over 1,000 photographs taken between the 1940s and 1970s by Djeghalian’s grandfather, also named Kegham, who founded Gaza’s …

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Why you shouldn’t weigh yourself at the gym.

[ad_1] The last time Vanessa Cavanaugh stepped on the scales in her gym, it didn’t go well. “I was unhappy because that was the highest number I had ever seen,” says Cavanaugh, who works as a quality assurance engineer in Brooklyn. The number seemed a bit strange, as she was …

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explore “the revolt”, an immersive architectural work curated by six n. five

[ad_1] six n. five unveils “the revolt”, a work of digital architecture considered in great detail. the studio started the immersive project in early 2020 to push its limits and create a new way to experience space. the work includes a three-minute video of the two-story house, made entirely in …

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Custom carpenter, following a vision, settles in Granville

[ad_1] “If you do something beautiful with a tree, it lives forever.” – George Nakashima Jonathan Stratton discovered early on a passion for woodworking and handcrafting objects. The self-taught carpenter now makes custom furniture for a growing number of Central Ohio customers from his Granville workshop, in addition to maintaining …

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Iconic Flamingo Resort in Santa Rosa, Calif. Launches Multi-Million Dollar Reimagination and Joins Spoken by Point Group Brand

[ad_1] SANTA ROSA, Calif. (PRWEB) June 16, 2021 Flamingo Resort, part of the SPOKEN brand of Santa Rosa-based hotel management company Point Group, today unveiled a multi-million dollar reimagining that presents guests with an immersive wellness experience on a lush campus of 10 acres. A cornerstone of the Santa Rosa …

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Mansion features an inground pool, waterfall, and hot tub in Naperville

[ad_1] NAPERVILLE, IL – Just steps from the Naperville Riverwalk, this dazzling mansion will make you feel like you’ve stepped into your own private resort. Fire bowls illuminate the spacious outdoor space, which includes a hot tub and in-ground pool with a waterfall, cave, and slide. An outdoor kitchen and …

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Drekker Brewing Company & Unglued hosting a summer night market

[ad_1] “We didn’t do any of these events last year, so it’s been a year and a half since I think it’s the holiday market in 2019 that we did this Drekker Craft Market here.” FARGO, ND (KVRR) – Many locals were lucky enough to enjoy this beautiful day at …

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Workout Then A Beer: Shorewood Brew Fitness plans to open in June

[ad_1] SHORWOOD, WI — A new fitness studio will soon open in Shorewood, on the corner of Oakland and Edgewood, wants to incorporate craft beer into its workout routines, according to documents filed with the village. “Enjoying a local craft beer with your gym buddies after a good workout has …

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Day of the Devs: Everything on display, including the last stop release date and Axiom Verge 2 – Summer of Gaming

[ad_1] Geoff Keighley’s Summer Game Fest today included the annual Dev Day celebration, going virtual this year, with nineteen new indie game trailers, reveals and announcements hosted by Double Fine and iam8bit. The showcase included brand new trailers and release windows for a number of games that we’ve seen in …

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Precious Okoyomon installs a utopia on the roof at the Aspen Art Museum

[ad_1] Precious Okoyomon’s sits in the sun in the doorway of the Anderson Ranch ceramic building in Snowmass on Thursday, May 13, 2021. Okoyomon is working on a large rooftop installation for the Aspen Art Museum that will be designed as an interactive getaway in nature. (Kelsey Brunner / The …

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Last of Us, Uncharted Dev confirms standalone multiplayer game with more details

[ad_1] Years ago, Naughty Dog confirmed they were working on a new multiplayer game set in The Last of Us universe, and now new details on the studio’s first standalone multiplayer game have been revealed. VGC spotted new job postings at the studio that mention “the new adventure of Naughty …

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How to support San Diego’s queer community during Pride Month

[ad_1] If there’s one thing we’ve learned from 2020, it’s that pride cannot and never will be undone. June is Pride Month, but here in San Diego we celebrate Pride twice: this month with the rest of the world, and again in July when we have another week of festivities …

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Why Too Faced lets influencers produce its campaigns

[ad_1] Over the past year, Too Faced has relied on influencers to help it produce campaign photoshoots, adding a new dimension to its broader partnership strategy. Before Covid-19, Too Faced, like many other beauty brands, developed a photoshoot based on a campaign idea and hired models, makeup artists, hairstylists and …

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Family-Centric ‘Wingfeather Saga’ Crowdfunds Record $ 5 Million

[ad_1] This week’s fantasy quadrangle “The Wingfeather Saga” became an overnight success after 15 years of world building by the author and a decade of dedicated fan engagement. In the dying minutes of a three-hour livestream on Wednesday, Andrew Peterson – producer of the series and author of the four-book …

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Top 10 best Lego megaphones 2021 – bestgamingpro

[ad_1] Top 10 best Lego megaphones 2021 1.LEGO Friends Baking Competition 41393 Building Kit, Children’s Baking Kit, Including 3 Friendly Figures and Toy Cakes, New 2020 (361 Pieces) Kids can pretend to cook dinner on stage, play whatever role they want, step behind the cameras, help turn off a kitchen …

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Clackamas Co. Businesses Celebrate Possibility of Full Reopening in Coming Weeks | Local News

[ad_1] CLACKAMAS COUNTY, OR (KPTV) – Governor Brown’s announcement on Friday that a full Oregon reopening is on the horizon is music to business owners. In Clackamas County, businesses still operate under high-risk restrictions, limiting customer capacity. In Lake Oswego, the Stein Distillery Tasting Room has not been able to …

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These photographers have set up a professional studio for your pets

[ad_1] Made in Vancouver is a collaboration between Vancity and Daily Hive. Together, we shine the spotlight on local businesses, organizations and individuals who help create a healthy local economy. Sometimes there is a concept or a business that really makes sense. Brilliant entrepreneurs are able to see these gaps …

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Interview with King Perryy: “Citizen of the World”

[ad_1] Photo credit: Walter Banks This article has already been published on Audiomack World. King Perryy is a singer by conviction. The mastermind behind the beloved songs “Man on Duty” and “Work ‘N’ Grind” isn’t there to just score hits. He is there to deliver a message as a citizen …

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Frankie Alduino’s Vertical Village – The Brooklyn Rail

[ad_1] Vertical villagePhotographs by Frankie Alduino, designed by Eli Showalter, with an introduction by Dr. Miriam S. Chaiken(Self-published, 2020) When Westbeth Artists Housing opened in 1970, it was a radical model of community life in a city that was increasingly unaffordable for most artists. Westbeth was (and is) a lifeline …

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The glass temple above an industrial labyrinth • The Nob Hill Gazette

[ad_1] Illustration by Paul Madonna For at least 30 years old, anyone driving south through town on Highway 101 almost certainly noticed. Atop a dark hill to the east, near the maze of freeways south of Bernal Heights, stands a large, bizarre scaffolding adorned with colorful stained-glass panels above the …

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Kidscreen »Archive» Andrea Love’s wooly worlds are warming hearts

[ad_1] Since she works out of a tiny full-service studio in the basement of her remote western Washington home, stop-motion animator Andrea Love is accustomed to working long hours, mostly alone. But her solitary production life is about to become a lot more collaborative. Commercial / prodco collective Hornet recently …

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Miki Gavrielov teams up with Australian rocker for English song

[ad_1] At first glance, you wouldn’t quite put Miki Gavrielov in the same area of ​​the music industry as David Lowy. For starters, the latter is the 66-year-old founder and lead guitarist of The Dead Daisies, an Australian-American heavy rock band used to playing in stadiums and other big venues …

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UNEMORI ARCHITECTS on the construction of the Sukagawa community center after the earthquake in Japan

[ad_1] UNEMORI ARCHITECTS completed the “ sukagawa community center ” in Fukushima, a 13,698 m2 (147,444 sq. Ft.) Multi-purpose building complex housing a library, museum, conference hall, childcare assistance, as well as a cafe, among others. the project was developed as part of a municipal reconstruction project to revitalize the …

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Green Life Festival & Market June 5 at Annmarie Garden | thebaynet.com | TheBayNet.com

[ad_1] SOLOMONS, Md. – The Green Life Festival & Market, Southern Maryland’s premier sustainability event, will be held on Saturday June 5 from 9:00 a.m. to 2:00 p.m. at the Annmarie Sculpture Garden & Arts Center (13470 Dowell Road, Solomons, MD). Organized by the Calvert County Citizens Green Team, the …

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Artists in action: Tim Carless

[ad_1] 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. …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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, …

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A summer reset at C&O Canal National Park

[ad_1] 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 …

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Sit back, relax and throw some clay at Barro BK

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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

[ad_1] 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 …

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Schwarzenegger and Abrams promote return to cinema – Sentinel and Enterprise

[ad_1] 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 …

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Austin’s Pretty Shitty Cakes Takes Cake In Fake Foods

[ad_1] In front of Jasmine Archie in her East Austin studio was a pale pink cake with purple accents. She made semicircles in the air with a pastry bag, practicing the movement before decorating the cake with hot pink spackle. Yes, spackle. Archie is a master of cake tampering. Cakes, …

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AD brings together a dream team of image makers to create an unforgettable portrait series

[ad_1] On Srijaya: Mel pants (white), Perona Harshita Jhamtani After a degree in architecture from the University of Mumbai, a course in furniture design from the Florence International Design Institute and a stint with the steel furniture brand of JSW Forma, Harshita Jhamtani founded her eponymous design studio. in 2019 …

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Joshua Ray Walker’s ‘Hello’ mimics Lionel Richie’s super-80s video

[ad_1] Joshua Ray Walker’s cover of Lionel Richie’s’ 80s hit “Hello” has become an oft-requested live song, but he has never officially released the cover until now. The Texan singer and songwriter officially shared his performance on Friday, May 21. In Walker’s hands, Richie’s 1984 No.1 goes from a piano …

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Create a perfect space for scrapbooking, sewing and painting

[ad_1] Last year, when home orders took effect across much of the country, many people first discovered crafts, to keep busy and deal with stress. Meanwhile, seasoned DIY enthusiasts dug even deeper into their passion. Now, it has become a way of life for both – and who needs a …

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Opera Columbus presents a new dynamic “ La Bohème ”

[ad_1] Giacomo Puccini Bohemian has sparked the public imagination since its inception 125 years ago. This struggling bohemian story continues to inspire updated versions and adaptations, most notably that of Jonathan Larson. Rental premiered 25 years ago. Opera Columbus continues its 2021 season with a new production of Bohemian directed …

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Why choose cooperative life? | Minnesota monthly

[ad_1] Outdoor patio and fireplace at the Applewood Pointe cooperativePhoto courtesy of Applewood Pointe Looking to downsize? You might be considering moving to a townhouse or a condo, but have you ever heard of a senior co-op? Seniors choose co-op life because it offers the benefits of homeownership – without …

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This beautiful all-metal mechanical pencil stores enough lead to last you a lifetime!

[ad_1] Here is a pencil designed to last a lifetime and write a lifetime. The Wingback Mechanical Pencil is an all-metal writing / drawing instrument designed to work seamlessly for decades. Made from high quality metals with well designed tolerances, the Wingback Mechanical Pencil looks top notch and feels sturdy. …

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13 Mother’s Day events near you

[ad_1] Celebrating Mother’s Day in style has posed a few challenges over the past 15 months. But Chicago families are fortunate to have so many options available in town, in the suburbs, and even virtually. Enjoy cooking classes, crafts, or even tea with mom, grandma, your favorite aunt, or the …

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KUČKA cats process, collaborations and wrestling creation

[ad_1] By Will Brewster The LA-via-Perth artist and producer highlights the long road to her debut album. Creativity and fame is a fun thing. Some artists thrive in the limelight and thrive on fame; others tend to thrive in the shadows, lending their talents to the former and happily honing …

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MPC Film Brings ‘Godzilla Vs Kong’ To Life With Monster-Sized Visual Effects

[ad_1] VFX Production Supervisor John “DJ” Des Jardin, MPC VFX Supervisor Pier Lefebvre and MPC Animation Supervisor Michael Langford led the MPC Film VFX team to make 177 shots for the “Downtown Battle” sequence in Godzilla vs. Kong. VFX artists from MPC Film Studios in Montreal, Bangalore and London worked …

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A collection of watches inspired by Daft Punk unveiled by the director of the Chanel watch design studio – EDM.com

[ad_1] Over two decades of some of electronic music’s most memorable songs and live performances have come from legendary duo Daft Punk, who announced their shocking breakup in early 2021. The iconic robots have inspired many musicians in their craft, but their influence extends far beyond music. and in different …

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Wilson Junior creates complex and “magnificent” ship models • the Hi-lo

[ad_1] Peter Beck’s hands, especially his knuckles, are covered in small scars – combat wounds from a decade of woodworking. For more than half of his life, the 17-year-old built model ships that have become more and more complex over the years. The summer after first grade, Beck’s parents enrolled …

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Struggling to find workers, owners in NJ blame unemployment benefits

[ad_1] Stay employed for six months and you will get a bonus of $ 500. Work here and you will get a free meal during each of your shifts. The unemployment rate in New Jersey remains much higher than it was in early March 2020, before the coronavirus restrictions, but …

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Jo Mersa Marley releases “Made It”, second single from upcoming EP “Eternal”

[ad_1] NEW YORK, April 29, 2021 / PRNewswire / – The reggae genre originated in Jamaica in the early 1960s. Since then, historical figures like Bob Marley have taken the intricacies of the reggae genre into mainstream music with an overwhelming reception from the share of mainstream media. In the …

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Barrio Logan in San Diego remains a stronghold of Chicano culture

[ad_1] San Diego is often considered a unique beach town, but this description hardly captures the complex character of this city just above the US-Mexico border. Its history is inextricably linked to the nation of its south and to the civil rights struggles of its Chicano people; and nowhere is …

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Forecasts for the weekend of April 30 to May 2, 2021

[ad_1] Masters of modern American dance, Martha Graham Dance Company presents a three-day virtual festival, GrahamFest95, including the first company of Elisa Monte’s signature work, Tread (1979) and works and films by various choreographers, including the late Graham herself. The online event celebrates the company’s 95th anniversary, with performances, collaboration, …

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CryoFall review: requires more time for early access

[ad_1] Cryofall is a survival game with a well-designed progression system and survival mechanics, but there isn’t enough content to justify the grind. Developer AtomicTorch Studio’s CryoFall is a top-down multiplayer survival game that has spent almost two years in Steam’s Early Access program. Just like the titan of the …

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Husband-wife duo opens conscientious jewelry store in Mount Pleasant

[ad_1] Made in Vancouver is a collaboration between Vancity and Daily Hive. Together, we shine the spotlight on local businesses, organizations and individuals who help create a healthy local economy. Jewelry is a particularly personal fashion choice. We wear jewelry on fingers, ears, toes, around the neck and more, all …

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Zionts wins the best young journalist award, the Journal wins nine awards, including that of General Excellence, at the SDNA competition | Local

[ad_1] The Journal’s newsroom also won first place in General Excellence for newspapers with a circulation of over 7,000 copies. The judges praised the overall quality of the newspaper. “Clean and organized inside pages, with lively sports pages,” the judges wrote. “Lots of local stories supported by local advertising.” The …

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Distribution statement “Stoned enough to gather in the night”

[ad_1] Famous Roots Rock Band Sending have released another track from their highly anticipated 8th studio album, Break Our Fall (released May 28 on Bomber Records / AWAL Recordings). TAP HERE to listen to the dreamy song “Stoned Enough To Gather In The Night”, a song that finds transcendence in …

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Emily and Beau Bridges to be honored at the Burbank International Film Festival

[ad_1] Beau and Emily Bridges BIFF President’s Innovation Award BIFF to present President’s Innovation Award at Docudrama, “Acting: The First Six Lessons” with Emily and Beau Bridges, in his directorial debut BURBANK, CALIFORNIA, USA, April 29, 2021 /EINPresswire.com/ – The Burbank International Film Festival (BIFF) today announced that it will …

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HFA recognizes two faculty members for teaching excellence with the College’s Outstanding Teacher Award

[ad_1] The College of Humanities and Fine Arts is proud to announce its recipients of the 2021 College Outstanding Teaching Award, Milan Dragicevich and Pari Riahi. Dragicevich, professor in the Department of Theater, and Riahi, assistant professor in the Department of Architecture, are recognized for their exceptional efforts in teaching, …

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Images of Dawoud Bey at the Whitney Museum delve into the American past

[ad_1] Before becoming a photographer, Dawoud Bey trained as a jazz percussionist, turning to John Coltrane as a model to merge craftsmanship with a commitment to social justice. As a teenager in the 1960s, Bey was perfectly in tune with the social and political upheavals of the civil rights movement, …

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Jaime’s Show The Love Explores Opportunities at Phoenix Art Studio | Show love

[ad_1] PHOENIX (3TV / CBS 5) – Sunshine Sunflower Studio is a 1,400 square foot fully equipped facility offering programs for artists of all levels of experience and interest in the ceramic arts to create memories and masterpieces with us . The mission is to use the arts to bring …

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