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Cultural Forum scheduled for Thursday in Newburyport | Local News

NEWBURYPORT – The Newburyport Cultural Council will host its first Cultural Forum on Thursday, inviting local leaders to talk about the arts in the city The intention of the forum is to solidify Newburyport as a cultural center serving the North Shore, according to the council. The event will take place at the Custom House […]

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Restaurant/bar, ax throwing, Muddy Cow is coming to town | Local News

MANKATO – A bar and restaurant with ax throwing lanes are set to open in downtown Mankato later this summer. At the top of the hill, near the River Hills shopping centre, a Muddy Cow grill and pub is about to open. The Mankato Heights Plaza, where TJ Maxx and other businesses are located, has […]

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Should we adopt a “seductive approach” to culture? Christians debate if Tim Keller’s ‘moment is over’

A recent article by James Wood, associate editor of First Things magazine, sparked heated discussion about how Christians should engage with culture. In his May 6 message, “How I evolved on Tim Keller,Wood explains that Tim Keller had a profound impact on his life, but Wood now rejects Keller’s “seductive model” of cultural engagement. “As […]

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Activists hail Arup po-mo’s landmark list | News

Full screen in popup Arup Associates’ Canon’s House in Bristol, which has been granted Grade II status Source: historic england Arup Associates’ Canon’s House in Bristol, which has been granted Grade II status Source: historic england Arup Associates’ Canon’s House in Bristol, which has been granted Grade II status Source: historic england Arup Associates’ Canon’s […]

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Professor Salamishah Tillet of Rutgers-Newark receives the Pulitzer Prize | Rutgers University

Media Contact: Carrie [email protected] Salamishah Tillet, a professor at Rutgers University in Newark, has received a Pulitzer Prize for criticism for her New York Times essays on race in arts and culture, the Pulitzer Prize Board announced today. Tillet is the Henry Rutgers Professor of African American Studies and Creative Writing at Rutgers-Newark and Director […]

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Professor Fred Hagstrom receives Distinguished Teaching of Art Award – News – Carleton College

Professor Fred Hagstrom At the College Art Association (CAA) Annual Conference in January, Fred Hagstrom, Rae Schupack Nathan Art Professor of Carleton, received the 2022 CAA Distinguished Teaching of Art Award. A Carleton faculty member since 1984, Hagstrom has had a profound impact on his students, many of whom have gone on to pursue careers […]

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Artsy CMO Everette Taylor: “I want to help democratize the art world”

“If you told me at 15 that I would help run an art business, I never would have believed you. I’m from Southside, Richmond, Virginia. That’s the hood. A lot of people in the art world come from privileged backgrounds where they grew up with art. I fell into it by chance. I peeked behind […]

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Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness opens to $185 million at the box office

Doctor Strange in the Multiverse of Madness will easily top the box office this weekend. The latest Marvel Cinematic Universe will earn at least $185 million based on Disney’s conservative official estimates. Analysts estimate the total could reach more than $195 million once Sunday’s receipts are accounted for. Either way, it’s the biggest opening for […]

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LET’S TALK: Remembering our mothers on a special day

I want to buy a new car/But the price is not good Be a cheaper inconvenience (yes, it would be)/Start cycling They make milk with powder / I have the [babies] tears Rich climbed higher / made the parents lie Lord, she’s a real mother to you (yeah)… -Johnny “Guitar” Watson A mother’s love is […]

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Selections from Will Calhoun’s Rhythm Art/AZA Collection on Display at the National Museum of Mathematics, Ongoing Through July – Our Time Press

What do science, math and fine arts have to do with music?Plenty says Grammy Award-winning drummer Will Calhoun whose performance-art work combines his love for sound and science at an exhibition of selections from his groundbreaking Rhythm Art/AZA collection at the National Museum of Mathematics (MoMath) in Manhattan, which will continue until July 31. (The […]

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The FABRIC Arts Festival is coming to Fall River on May 12, 13 and 14

FALL RIVER — The third edition of the FABRIC Arts Festival will take place May 12, 13 and 14 at various locations across Fall River. Presented by Nova Inglaterra’s Casa dos Açores, curated by Michael Benevides in Fall River with the Portugal-based curatorial team of Jesse James and Sofia Carolina Botelho, the event is titled […]

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Free Pocket | Architect magazine

Raphael Gamo DL1310 Apartments in Mexico City by Young + Ayata and Michan Architecture It’s taken a few decades, but we’re finally getting to the point where theoretical assessments of the effects of computing and communications technology are becoming more thorough. These questions are deepened today in the historical perspective, not only by focusing on […]

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Lauren Halsey brings her vision of South Central Los Angeles to New York

Almost every day at dawn, artist Lauren Halsey travels to South Central Los Angeles to collect items. She collects all the objects that catch her eye along the way and takes pictures on her phone. These discoveries, along with the ephemera she’s kept since her teenage years making collages (magazine clippings, church figurines, shiny aluminum […]

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Myths Underpin ‘Humanities Crisis’ Discourse (Opinion)

Every time I read Inside Higher Education, The Chronicle of Higher Education, Times Higher Education, The New York Times, The Washington Postsemi-academic periodicals and books in the Johns Hopkins University Press Higher Education Series, I encounter persistent myths of the modern university, and in particular of the humanities. Drowned in contradictions, they jump on each […]

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Wall Street plunges after Fed interest rate hike – The Lead with Jake Tapper

Wall Street Plunges After Fed Interest Rate Hike – The Leader with Jake Tapper – Podcast on CNN Audio 5 p.m. ET: Ukrainian steel mill, SCOTUS draft leak, Dow plunge and more 5 things To listenCNN 5 things Thu, May 5 On your computer On your mobile device Smart speakers United States World Politics Business […]

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“Look at the artists.” Meet Herb Alpert, music legend and longtime arts philanthropist

In April 2019, I spoke with legendary musician, record executive, and philanthropist Herb Alpert, who was preparing to celebrate the 25th anniversary of his Herb Alpert Awards in the Arts, which he designed with his wife Lani Hall, and in collaboration with the California Institute of the Arts. It was a typically free conversation with […]

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Ukraine-Russia War Breaking News: Live Updates

WASHINGTON — The United States provided intelligence on Russian units that enabled the Ukrainians to target and kill numerous Russian generals who died in action during the war in Ukraine, according to senior American officials. Ukrainian officials said they killed about 12 generals on the front lines, a number that stunned military analysts. The targeting […]

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The classical music critic compares the scene in the two cities

HOUSTON — A friend who had lived in both Dallas and Houston once commented on their difference. “Houston is always more willing to take risks,” he said. “Dallas is too busy looking over his shoulder to see what people are thinking.” It paints both cities with broad brushes, but there’s something about it. I thought […]

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Evil Dead Rise is terrifying according to Sam Raimi

It’s no surprise that right now everyone seems to want to talk to the MCU’s Sam Raimi, with his new time-travel movie Doctor Strange 2 hitting theaters May 5th. But, it’s worth remembering that a new Evil Dead movie is coming later this year, and Raimi described Evil Dead Rise as “terrifying” and promised the […]

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UMaine in Farmington Names Spring Wilson Scholars

The 2022 University of Maine Farmington Spring Wilson Scholars, left to right, are Isabelle King, Miles Stevens, and Nik Schultz. Back from left are Drew Monteith and Maxen Ryder. Not pictured are Daniela Lilly Rodiles and Emily Moore. UMF picture The Michael Wilson Scholars Program at the University of Maine at Farmington has named seven […]

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He wrapped landmarks in fabric. Years later, his art ended up in a dumpster.

The gauze-wrapped building towered over the East Village like a bandaged wound. It was May 1979 and the artist, Francis Hines, had covered an abandoned five-story building with 3,500 yards of white fabric, sealing loosely inside strewn drug needles and crumbling walls. At the time, said a friend of Mr. Hines, the soft, bloated installation […]

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Who is Peter Thiel, the billionaire who helped found Facebook and invests in the Conservatives?

In December 2010, the movie “The Social Network” brought the story of Facebook to theaters. Starring Jesse Eisenberg (Justice League) as Mark Zuckerberg, and Andrew Garfield (The Amazing Spider-Man) and Justin Timberlake (The Price of Tomorrow) as co-founders Eduardo Saverin and Sean Parker, the film delves into the behind-the-scenes process that turned a resentful Zuckerberg […]

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World-class arts, dishes and beats are back on the menu at Elemental AKL

Auckland’s favorite mid-year festival, elementary AKL returns in July with a sensational season of curated experiences celebrating the unique culture, cuisine and creativity of Tāmaki Makaurau Auckland. From July 14-31, Elemental AKL 2022 will whet the appetite and awaken the senses as the finest cuisine, performing and visual arts, and live music […]

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Five Wellington finalists for the prestigious Adam Portraiture Award

Five Wellingtonians have been shortlisted as finalists for the Adam Prize for Portraiture. Sacha Lees, Sam Balzer, Kate MacIntyre, Clark Roworth and Erica Gray have been announced as five of 45 finalists from New Zealand. prestigious and popular portrait award. The prize is a biennial portrait painting competition held at the National Portrait Gallery in […]

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Top 5 Most Popular Jamaican Restaurants in Las Vegas, Nevada | restaurant review

This list is based on feedback from previous customers. Unsplash 5. Jammyland cocktail bar and reggae cuisine Jammyland displays the true spirit of Jamaican culture. The environment is clean, with intense air conditioning and soothing yellow lighting. The food is authentic, with an upscale twist on local favorites—like jerk chicken and pork chops marinated in […]

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Column: At Monarch School’s new arts center, homeless students have a place to create and grow

In nature, a chrysalis usually contains the stuff of a single new butterfly. At Chrysalis: Monarch School’s Center for the Arts, there is room for a multitude of new lives to grow and take flight. Launching May 11 with a three-day grand opening, Chrysalis is the new performing and visual arts space for K-12 students […]

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Yorgos Lanthimos and the Weird Greek Wave

In the wake of the Great Recession, a myriad of strange and distinct filmmakers have emerged from the struggling nation of Greece. These filmmakers have dared to address the taboo, the disturbing and the unexpected, and are part of a postmodern cinematic movement known as the Greek Weird Wave. The movement is an extension of […]

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Wiscasset Gallery Receives $15,000 Foundation Grant

The Maine Art Gallery received a grant from the Davis Family Foundation for restoration work on the 1807 “Old Academy Building” at 15 Warren St. in Wiscasset, which houses the nonprofit gallery. This grant is one of many funding requests that will be made to meet the significant ongoing restoration needs of the building, which […]

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Giannina Braschi wins the National Award from the North American Academy of the Spanish Language

“The jury unanimously chose Giannina Braschi whose rich and generous career defies any simplistic classification,” announced Carlos E. Paldao, director of the North American Academy of the Spanish Language. “Her prolific career, which spans from groundbreaking research on Hispanic classics to her spectacular work as a renowned and award-winning creative, places her among the most […]

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How Kunal Kapoor’s New NFT Project is Building a Global Culture and Product Brand for Web3 Innovators

With NFT (non-fungible tokens) Gaining more use cases every day, an increasing number of startups have started innovating on blockchain-based digital asset ownership solutions. Now, various artists, gamers, and creators are entering this industry to explore how NFTs can impact the creator industry. For seasoned actor and entrepreneur Kunal Kapoorthis was an opportunity to create […]

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Visual art and literature intersect in two exhibitions in London

The intersection between literature and other creative arts is at the center of two new exhibitions in London and Hampshire. Until September 11, 2022, Inspired: Art inspired by theatre, literature and music is a new free exhibition at London’s Guildhall Art Gallery on the site of the capital’s Roman amphitheater. Using examples from the gallery’s […]

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Art Gallery Software Market to See Massive Growth by 2031 – themobility.club

According to Marketreports.info Art Gallery Software Market Report 2030, examines various factors driving or restraining the Art Gallery Software market, which will help the future market to expand with a promising CAGR. Art Gallery Software Market Research Reports offers an extensive collection of reports on different markets covering crucial details. the art gallery software The […]

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Legendary London music venue Koko is enjoying a remarkable renaissance

The Camden Theatre. Camden Racecourse Theatre. Camden Racecourse Cinema. A BBC recording studio. The music machine. Camden Palace. Coco. The changing names of this former theater and concert hall in Camden High Street, North London tell of the changing culture of entertainment. And now, after a £70million restoration, a new name – The House of […]

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Summer Camps and Classes Offered for Middle and High School – Los Alamos Reporter

LOS ALAMOS ARTS COUNCIL PRESS RELEASE Middle and High School Summer Camp Classes and Workshops:We had several teachers, local artists and local authors, etc., who stepped up to fill the void forMS and HS students with summer workshops. This year we have included them aspart of summer camp, but due to overwhelming requests, next year […]

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Oak Bluffs: my first dive

“Hurray, hurray, May Day!” Outdoor fun starts today! –Old Vermont saying This weekend inaugurates the month of May. Nothing against the month of April which gave us the blossoming of flowers and the beginning of spring, accompanied by a lot of wind and cool temperatures. May just sounds warmer, more summery – fingers crossed! This […]

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Why Christopher Nolan Is One Of The Best Working Directors Today

Movies that challenge their audience make the biggest splash. Their ripple effects end up being the talking point in cafes, bars, podcasts, and more. The soothing wake of what remains is their permanence in pop culture. Filmmaker Christopher Nolan is an auteur who has consistently made increasingly larger contributions to the cinematic landscape. Simply put, […]

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Fishers Mayor DELV Design Announces Details of New Fishers Town Hall Current Editions

A very popular public business destination, the Cité des Pêcheurs wants to make its future town hall as welcoming as possible. City officials also want it to be multifunctional and unique. DELV Design co-founder Jeremy Welu and Fishers Mayor Scott Fadness spoke in detail about the project during a Twilight Town Hall Zoom event on […]

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Kutztown University Inducts Second Annual Class of Arts Hall of Fame

(L to R): Benjamin Hoffman, President, KU Arts Society; Andrew M. Kish III, Hall of Famer Class of 2021; Arthur Harrington ’65, Hall of Famer Class of 2022; Jason Bishop ’07, Hall of Famer Class of 2022; Dr. Kenneth S. Hawkinson, university president; Ann Marie Hayes-Hawkinson, founding member of the Arts Society; Ellen Finks, Hall […]

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MvVO ART AD ART SHOW 2022 returns to Westfield World Trade Center in New York, May 1-31, 2022

MvVO ART AD ART SHOW 2022 at the Westfield World Trade Center inside the Oculus ©MvVO ART MvVO ART AD ART SHOW 2021 at Westfield World Trade Center inside Oculus 1 MvVO ART AD ART SHOW 2021 at the Westfield World Trade Center inside the Oculus ©Olivia Olsen All-digital art exhibit displayed on the monumental […]

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7 of the Met Gala’s most unforgettable controversies

As the 2022 Met Gala fast approaches on May 2, we look back at some of the most unforgettable controversies surrounding the glitzy event. The Metropolitan Museum of Art Costume Institute benefit, better known as the Met Gala, is one of the most coveted charity events, which takes place every year at the Metropolitan Museum […]

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When being seen is not enough

For many, art is a commodity reserved for the most privileged, a perception that has plagued art institutions for years as audiences have remained exclusive. The intersection of money, art and power is real. Yet all of us who have been moved by a piece of music, or gasped at a painting, or felt like […]

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Movies that Quentin Tarantino shot to make him successful

It’s just a vain aspiration to try to list all the Easter eggs and references in Quentin Tarantino Kill Bill. This martial arts yakuza revenge thriller is a patchwork of old school wuxia, samurai cinema, spaghetti westerns, Hollywood classics, the best blaxploitation and grindhouse movies. Tarantino said in 1994, “I steal every movie ever made”. […]

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Jessica Simpson reflects on her ex-husband Nick Lachey’s MTV show and reveals if she would return to reality TV

It’s not much earlier than Newlyweds: Nick and Jessica, which aired on MTV from 2003 to 2005. The reality series followed the marriage between two of the biggest names in the music industry at the time: Jessica Simpson and Nick Lachey of 98 Degrees. In the years since its cancellation, the couple have divorced and […]

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Huron Plainman | The iconic arrow falls after half a century of use

HURON – On Thursday, the iconic arrow that marked Humphrey’s Drug at 233 Dakota was removed, after the building’s sale to Jeff Van Winkle was made final. Van Winkle, owner of the “Under the Rainbow” store on Dakota Ave. and a greenhouse on the old Route 14, bought the Humphreys buildings with the intention of […]

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Wine tour, musical on the weekend of April 30

By Democratic Staff Many events will take place in the region during the weekend of Saturday April 30. book walk National Library Week runs from April 3-9, and Sedalia Public Library and Boonslick Regional Library celebrate the entire month of April with a Book Walk. Schedule time to walk with your favorite young reader and […]

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CORN IS GREEN, National Theater

The National Theater has taken up the curious habit of reviving plays that are artistic fish out of water: social realist dramas with a strong sense of time and place, but which have now been overtaken by the onward march of the aesthetic taste and societal values. First there was Rodney Ackland’s Absolute hell in […]

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New Matrix to Redistribute Missionary Funding to Territories Unreached by the Gospel

In a special report presented at Spring Meetings held virtually April 12, the General Conference of Seventh-day Adventists (GC) unveiled its plan to reset the church’s global mission focus. With a lack of focus on unreached territories and people groups over the past 50 years, the GC hopes its new focus and matrix will help […]

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Wu-Tang Clan teams up with Fortnite for a new version of Virtual Drip

The partnership comes at a time when a growing number of artists and brands have turned to gaming as a way to reach younger audiences. From the slums of Shaolin, the Wu-Tang clan has struck again. This time around, the iconic hip-hop group is bringing their signature style to Fortnite, an immensely popular video game […]

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Learn the basics of clay | Culture & Leisure

Those interested in creating art with clay have the opportunity to get involved in upcoming classes scheduled at the restored Newport Visual Art Center Ceramics Studio. Hunting Instructors Davidson and Sara Siggelkow will teach classes in May and June. Davidson will offer two five-week clay courses. Both sessions will focus on manual construction in clay. […]

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Southern Chiefs plan $130m redevelopment of The Bay as symbol of reconciliation

The Hudson’s Bay Company, which facilitated the settlement of Western Canada 352 years ago, is about to transfer its former flagship department store in downtown Winnipeg to Aboriginal ownership. On Friday morning, The Bay will hand over its six-story, 655,000-square-foot building at the corner of Portage Avenue and Memorial Boulevard to the Southern Chiefs’ Organization, […]

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My Ride’ Must-Watch Short Snowboarding Diversity Film

The Ikon Pass has just released a fantastic short film titled My Ikon: My Journey. It follows Russel Winfield, considered the first black professional snowboarder, and LJ Henriquez, an up-and-coming rider Winfield took under his wing. The film gives me hope that the future of skiing and snowboarding will be more diverse. I strongly encourage […]

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The Creation of the Surveillance State: An Examination of “The Listeners: A History of Wiretapping in the United States”

In popular culture, too, wiretapping had a criminal air. Pulp-fiction “wired thriller” novels from the early 1900s, with titles like The Ghost Sons, followed the crooks’ antics during increasingly sensational phone taps. Hochman therefore argues that far from being a clandestine government affair, early wiretapping was primarily the work of private actors – not unlike […]

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molten steel whistles through the water at the malta pavilion for the 2022 venice art biennale

malta pavilion whistles melting metal droplets for biennial An immersive biblical narrative overlays the present as the Malta Arts Council announces the Malta Pavilion for the 59th Malta International Art Exhibition. The Venice Biennale 2022. Entitled “Diplomazija asuta” (cunning diplomacy), the work reinvents Caravaggio’s seminal altarpiece “The Beheading of Saint John the Baptist” into a […]

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Castle Fine Art to open new headquarters in Birmingham city center

An art retailer is to open a new headquarters in Birmingham city centre. Castle Fine Art has agreed terms to move from its current home in Erdington to a new 10,000 square foot office in the Mailbox complex, directly opposite its gallery and shop which opened there in 2019. It is expected to complete the […]

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JESUS ​​CHRIST SUPERSTAR All-Female Album Featuring Cynthia Erivo, Shoshana Bean and More Sets

Jesus Christ Superstar: Highlights From The All-Female Studio Cast Recording, which stars Grammy and Tony Award winner Cynthia Erivo as Mary Magdalene; Broadway veteran Shoshana Bean as Judas Iscariot; and critically acclaimed soul singer Morgan James as Jesus Christ, will be available as a complete song collection on all digital music services on April 29. […]

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Sonic Adventure 2’s Plot Is Stranger Than You Remember

With sonic the hedgehog 2 in theaters and a Knuckles miniseries announced along the way, it’s important to look at the post-2D era of Sonic and the weird directions the series has taken in terms of storytelling. While each Sonic storyline has been unique, games like Sonic the Hedgehog 2006, raging decibellsand the Sonic Adventure […]

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USM Art and Design’s Graphic Design Fair is scheduled for April 21

Wed, 04/20/2022 – 09:47 | By: Ivonne Kawas Artwork by seniors from the Art and Design program, housed at the School of Performing and Visual Arts at the University of Southern Mississippi (USM), will be displayed for its annual exhibition of Seniors 2022, April 21-29 at the Hattiesburg campus. An awards ceremony will take place […]

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Upcoming documentary screenings continue local gallery owner’s efforts to help Ukrainians

Joann Condino (middle) of Three Pines Studio, with some of the many community helpers who helped bring her towel fundraiser to life for the World Central Kitchen. The project has raised more than $46,000 for WCK’s work feeding Ukrainian refugees. “Dishtowels are my reservoirs,” Condino said of the effort. (Courtesy picture) A special series of […]

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‘The Bunker Game’ composer Umberto Smerilli talks about crafting his score

Umberto Smerilli explains how he created a postmodern spirit for the film. Shudder continues to step up its original content game, with recent films such as The scary sixty-first and Seed first this month. Another new original film now available on the horror-focused streaming platform is the deadly role-playing tale, The bunker game. Directed by […]

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Golden Discs will open a “concept store” at its Dundrum flagship site

Golden Discs will open a new ‘concept store’ at its flagship Dundrum town center location in Dublin on Saturday. The company said the new store format will be dedicated to “pop culture super fans and lovers.” It will stock a range of products including posters, books, bags, stationery and merchandise from Marvel, DC, the Lucas […]

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Nine international artists will install murals in nine villages in July 2022

The first-ever county-wide mural festival held in New York State will take place this summer in Livingston County. Livingston County Economic Development is pleased to announce that the LivCo Walls Mural Festival will bring nine international artists to the area to paint large-scale murals in each of Livingston County’s nine historic villages during the month […]

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Memoirs – Portland Press Herald

SACOAn association of psychiatrists receives an advocacy awardAt the recent National Advocacy Summit hosted by the American Psychological Association (APA), the Maine Psychological Association received the State Advocacy Award for its leadership in advancing the psychology profession, health equity, and human rights. the man.Maine Psychological Association President Jamie Pratt, PsyD, cites the passage of PSYPACT […]

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You Must Watch if You Are Die Heart Fan of Dark Tales!

Gone Girl, Gillian Flynn’s third novel was an instant smash and a bestseller when it was released in 2012. When the novel was made into a film of the same name two years later, in 2014, it too became a popular and successful psychological thriller, chilling audiences to their cores. Rosamund Pike as Amy Dunne […]

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3 From the OU Named Oregon Book Prize Finalists

Two faculty members in the history department and one in landscape architecture have written books that have been named to the shortlist for the Oregon Literary Arts 2022 Book Awards. The book awards honor the state’s most accomplished writers in poetry, fiction, nonfiction, young readers, and graphic literature. The three UO nominees are nominated in […]

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“Frida” will be screened for free at the Danville Village Theater Art Gallery

DANVILLE, CA – The Town of Danville Village Theater Art Gallery is pleased to offer a free screening of the 2002 film Frida (rated R), featuring Salma Hayek, at 7:30 p.m. Saturday, April 23 at the Village Theater, 233 Front Street in Danville. The film is described as a biopic of the daring and controversial […]

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Orangeville man shares insight into his career in the fine arts | bloginfo(‘name’); ?>

April 18, 2022 0 comments By Peter Richardson Orangeville resident Mark Grice takes a somewhat different approach to his art than most artists. For Mark, it’s a business, not his passion. As a result, he has set himself the goal of producing two finished paintings a week, a task he plans to continue until his […]

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The IRS continues to target the poor

If you live in the United States, your federal taxes are due today, a day that offers many grim reminders. Here’s one: While many of America’s largest and most profitable corporations pay little or no income tax, and the wealthy can afford to avoid paying their share, the federal government continues its war on poor. […]

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Here’s how much a 1989 Nissan Pao costs today

When a car like the Nissan Pao hits the market, sometimes it’s pretty obvious that its popularity and longevity won’t last. Although it was a pretty reliable car, it’s not the prettiest to look at. Some may even feel shy to drive in something like this, especially if their desire and dreams are based on […]

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Candice Houtekier Leads the Way for Canadian Metaverse Artists

Candice Houtekier is working to set a precedent in the Canadian art market, and it’s all digital. Houtekier is the founder of artistic collision. With her team, she helps organizations and artists organize artistic events in the virtual world by setting up exhibitions. The agency has worked with several museums, art galleries and independent artists. […]

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“We must change the way women are viewed in history” – The New Indian Express

Express press service How was your book Queens of Jerusalem: The Women Who Dared To Rule born?I particularly enjoy telling the story of the Crusades from a woman’s perspective as it is something that is often left out of history. My interests as a historian are to focus on the medieval world of the Middle […]

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Everything Everywhere All At Once’s original script was even weirder

In the wild and universal film by Daniel Scheinert and Daniel Kwan Everything everywhere all at once, much of the plot revolves around the branching points where people make their important choices. Each decision creates a new timeline and a new hypothetical world. The Heavy Companion Art Book A vast useless gyration of rocks and […]

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Gerardo Tan, Felicidad A. Prudente and Sammy N. Buhle: Andi taku e sana, Amung taku di sana / We are all present, it is our gathering – Announcements

Andi taku e sana, Amung taku di sana are the first lines of a sogna, a song performed by the Madukayan Kalinga ethnolinguistic group from the mountainous Cordillera region of the Philippines. This translates to “We all present, this is our gathering.” The chant is performed before a peaceful dialogue between members of the community. […]

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How the semi-retired model known as FoundbyLouis went from social media prankster to semi-serious entertainer

Louis Bubko treasures the moment when he reached the zenith of modeling. “I was booked for the Coca-Cola filming of the 2018 FIFA World Cup and it appeared in the most random places. I was on a billboard in Lagos, Nigeria,” se he recalled. “Then someone from Mexico posted this Instagram story and tagged me […]

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Pass This One Over: A Review of “In Every Generation” at Victory Gardens

Valeria (Eli Katz), Yael (Esther Fishbein), Dev (Sarah Lo), Paola (Carmen Roman) and Davide (Paul Dillon) in “In Every Generation”/Photo: Liz Lauren One would think that a play about Passover—the quintessential storytelling feast, organized around a ritualized and extended narrative of the Exodus from Egypt—would have narrative strength and clarity. But Ali Viterbi’s “In Every […]

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HGTV ‘Home Town Kickstart’: 5 ​​things you need to know about the upcoming reality show

In HGTV’s “Home Town Kickstart,” six small towns will get a much-needed boost from “Home Town” stars, with big upgrades that will kickstart a citywide transformation. With support from fellow HGTV stars, Ben and Erin Napier are spreading their “Home Town” enchantment nationwide. If you’re interested in shows about home remodeling, building, and restoring, you […]

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Deana Lawson’s intimate portraits invent new truths about her subjects

At MoMA PS1, the public discovers the whole evolution of Lawson’s profession, starting with the first remarkable works. Take, for example, Assembly (2010-present), which was also featured in MoMA PS1’s five-year “Greater New York” exhibition in 2010. Assembly features a collage of several hundred “personal” images – images that both belong to the artist and […]

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Beginner’s guide to online betting

Online betting has gone from the shadows to the mainstream. For decades, anti-betting stigma has persisted in popular culture, paving the way for the emergence of a massive, multi-billion dollar legal sports betting business. With the legalization of online sports betting in many states, millions of sports fans will want to join the betting market […]

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Rowan Williams and our sentimental age | Carl R. Trueman

JToday, as in Plato’s time, it is rhetoric that moves crowds. But as Plato knew, truth, not rhetoric, is the task of philosophy and philosophers. This is why these are so important. Unfortunately, many in today’s class of philosophers – the intellectuals – seem to have forgotten about Plato. They now find rhetoric more appealing […]

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Lecturer, Art History and/or Museum Studies, Department of Visual Studies job with LINGNAN UNIVERSITY

Lingnan University, a separate liberal arts institution in the Hong Kong Special Administrative Region, is committed to providing quality education for the whole person by combining the best of Chinese and Western liberal arts traditions. It strives to pursue excellence in teaching, learning, scholarship, and community engagement. With three academic faculties and the School of […]

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Kasing Lung “-+” KaiKai Kiki Gallery Tokyo Art Exhibition

Kasing lung is a Hong Kong-born Belgian artist best known for his vibrant monster characters. He first achieved commercial success by collaborating with how2work for the release of Chinese picture books and collectible figurines between the years 2011 and 2013. Since then, Lung has expanded his practice to large-scale paintings that have toured the world. […]

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Take a moment to really think about it

Think. Yes. Really. Just a moment… think of an idea or possibility beyond a Twitter reply, or a Facebook “like” or a TikTok video. The likelihood of you reading this column to the end has dropped sharply over the past few years in direct relation to our use of social media and smartphones. It’s an […]

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iconic japanese artist Mr. on the bridge between otaku subculture and fine art at lehmann maupin

‘Beyond the aisle, there…’ at Lehmann Maupin Iconic Japanese artist Mr. is exhibiting a new body of work at Lehmann Maupin’his New York gallery. On view until April 27, 2022, “Beyond the Alley, There…” features large-scale paintings and works on paper that immerse viewers in the artist’s multi-leveled imaginative worlds. Drawing inspiration from otaku, the […]

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List of Black Artists’ Turner Prize finalists

LONDON — Ingrid Pollard, a pioneer of black photography, and Veronica Ryan, a widely recognized black sculptor in her 60s, are among the nominees for this year’s Turner Prize, Britain’s prestigious prize for the visual arts. The shortlist of four people was announced during an online press conference at Tate Liverpool, an art museum in […]

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10 Best Captain America Costumes From Marvel Comics

Captain America is one of the most recognizable superheroes in popular culture and has been since his first appearance in Captain America Comics #1 in 1941. The original costume designed by Jack Kirby was instantly iconic, and its enduring appeal is a testament to it being one of the best in all of Marvel comics. […]

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Ukraine: more than 5,800 war crimes cases already opened – The leader with Jake Tapper

Ukraine: Over 5,800 War Crimes Cases Already Opened – The Ringleader with Jake Tapper – Podcast on CNN Audio 5 p.m. ET: Russia defaults, Biden on ‘phantom guns’, medical debt and more 5 things To listenCNN 5 things Mon 11 April On your computer On your mobile device Smart speakers United States World Politics Business […]

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Every Body Snatchers movie invasion and how each is an allegory for their time

the Invasion of the Body Thieves title one of the best known and most prolific in horror. With a total of four films, the concept spans over 60 years and shows no signs of slowing down, with occasional news of remakes at Warner Bros. over the past five years. Over the decades, the movies have […]

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Artist Pritika Chowdhry’s ‘anti-memorials’ illustrate what is excluded from the collective memories of the score

The Jallianwala Bagh massacre is one of the most significant events in the history of the subcontinent. Many people, including women and children, lost their lives on April 13, 1919, the day of Baisakhi, when General Reginald Edward Dy ordered soldiers to open fire on the gathering – camping on the open ground from Jallianwala […]

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‘Art is not a lucrative profession’-Art-and-culture News, Firstpost

Shobha Broota, a veteran artist who has exhibited extensively in India and abroad, has her work currently on display at the India Art Festival (IAF). At 79, veteran artist Shobha Broota is as active as any newbie in the industry and she has no plans to slow down. Her work was exhibited at the India […]

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How to bring Easter home to your child

Hide the eggs and let the hunt begin! (Photo: Gettyimages) We are about a week away from Good Friday and Easter this year, which fall on April 15 and 17, 2022, respectively. While Good Friday is more closely associated with religion, Easter has a more obscure origin, which is named after an Anglo-Saxon goddess of […]

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One of Christchurch’s oldest art galleries closed for 10 weeks after losing $1million since 2016

STACY SQUIRES / Stuff The CoCA Gallery building on Gloucester St has housed the arts institution since 1968. One of Christchurch’s oldest art institutions will close for 10 weeks while it figures out how to stay afloat after losing more than $1 million since 2016. Leaders of the struggling Center for Contemporary Art (CoCA), established […]

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EXPO 2022: Special exhibitions inhabit the periphery of the art world

Part of Tonika Lewis Johnson’s ‘Inequity for Sale’ on display at the Weinberg/Newton Gallery booth. The first thing I discover about the special exhibit booths at the EXPO is that few of the workers who attend know what makes them “special exhibits.” Some of the speculative responses I got included, “we don’t usually show art”; […]

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The 2022 Venice Biennale awards the Golden Lion to artists Katharina Fritsch and Cecilia Vicuña

The 2022 Venice Biennale, or the 59and The La Biennale di Venezia international art exhibition will be open to the public from April 23 to November 27, 2022 at the Giardini and Arsenale. The exhibition titled The milk of dreams was curated by Cecilia Alemani and takes its nickname from the book by Leonora Carrington […]

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Green Party Opinion: ‘Ambitions Destroyed by Museum Cuts,’ Says Nicola Day

As someone who has worked in the museums and heritage sector, I am extremely concerned about the 50% cut in local council funding to the Flag Fen Museum, Art Gallery and Archaeological Site. The budget mentions that the Conservatives voted last month that cuts of 50% are needed, but that we also need to increase […]

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The Rise of Opposing Thought – Spiked

In a recent radio interview, Labor leader Keir Starmer reignited the debate over whether we can talk about ‘women with penises’ or ‘people with cervixes’. Starmer’s dithering and equivocation were a stark reminder of how reality-denying discourse has become accepted and commonplace. Stating obvious untruths is now commonplace. Twisting and reversing reality has been normalized. […]

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Lucasfilm casts first trans actress Talisa Garcia in Willow series

Lucasfilm is casting its first openly transgender actress in the form of Baptiste’s Talisa Garcia in their upcoming series Willow on Disney+. Lucasfilm has cast its very first openly trans actress, Talisa Garcia, in their upcoming willow the series is set to debut on Disney+. Designed as a sequel to the original willow film released […]

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Local Artist’s PA-Focused Paintings Chosen for Display at US Embassy in Eastern Europe

Artist Reina “R76” Wooden and her collection of paintings, “The Keystones 1787” When Reina “R76” Wooden first received an email asking for her artwork for an exhibition in Eastern Europe, she thought it was a scam. A curator from the US State Department’s “Art in Embassies” program was hoping to acquire a series of her […]

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Art imitates life in this Bauhaus-inspired Brooklyn apartment | Architectural Summary

This coterie was incredibly supportive of the husband-wife team when deployed Balcony, a bi-annual print magazine that focuses on artists’ personal lives rather than their works. The publication intentionally ignores the standard commercial narrative around upcoming exhibits, instead offering intimate conversations about daily routines and side passions. “The large beige-pink painting is by Virginia Greenleaf […]

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Art teacher shares his personal collection of Mithila art in his latest exhibition at the Benton

Kathryn Myers has made nearly two dozen trips over as many years to India, where her heart found Mithila’s art by accident in 1999, and where she found a second home when she wasn’t looking for one. necessarily one. “When I first went to India I was already 40 and you think you’re old and […]

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20 BCPS Students Earn PTA Reflections Honors at the County and State Level

TOWSON, MD—Twenty Baltimore County Public School students won county and state honors in the National PTA Reflections program. Two students qualified for the national level competition. The National PTA Reflections program is an arts competition that has attracted more than 10 million students since 1969. Prizes are split between primary […]

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Why artists don’t like commissions – and galleries can’t get enough

As the fabulous mirage of Sydney Modern stands on the edge of the Botanic Garden, the Art Gallery of New South Wales revealed last week what we might see when the building opens, which is expected to take place before Christmas. The gallery has announced that it has commissioned nine new works from Lorraine Connelly-Northey, […]

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Morning headlines for Slovenia: Tuesday, April 5, 2022

Check the date at the top of the page, and you can find all the stories of “morning headlines” here. You can also follow us on Facebook and get all the news in your feed. This summary is provided by the STA: Janša compares the Bucha murders to the Katyn massacre LJUBLJANA — Prime Minister […]

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John Legend sings for peace at the Grammys and shows an advocacy video of Ukrainian President Vladimir Zelensky

Compared to last week’s Oscars, when Will Smith slapped Chris Rockthe Grammys were relatively quiet. There were some upheavals and “snobs”, like Korean boy band BTS and Justin Bieber, who were nominated but didn’t win any awards. That Louis CK won Best Comedy Album raised eyebrows given his sexual harassment scandal. Despite all this, a […]

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Undergraduate Research Week Focuses on Creativity and Learning – Elizabeth City State University

ECSU will celebrate undergraduate research April 4-8, 2022. The week-long event delves into a variety of disciplines including business, economics, education, fine arts, kinesiology, public health, STEM and human sciences. More than 50 students will present their projects this year. “While students have the opportunity to present their research and practice their public speaking skills, […]

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Review of modern buildings in Britain – a phenomenal job of collecting and observing | Art and design books

IIf you haven’t heard of Coleg Harlech in Wales, an adult education institution whose threatened brutalist structures are “probably the most compelling 20th-century buildings in the whole country”, don’t worry. You’re not alone. And it is precisely because works like this are obscure that Modern buildings in Britain had to be written. For one of […]

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Kate Middleton News: Cambridges to ‘copy’ Beckham for ‘Hollywood look’ | royal | News

It comes after David Beckham handed over control of his Instagram to a Ukrainian doctor in order to shed light on the situation on the front line. Pop culture expert Nick Ede explained that the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge would likely do something similar in order to “allow others who don’t have a voice […]

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Streaming service MUBI announces April lineup

MUBI, the global distributor and curated movie streaming service, has REVEALED its lineup for March 2022, including premieres, doubleheaders and exclusive releases. This month arrives the period film Fabian: Going To the Dogs by German director Dominik Graf, celebrated at last year’s Berlinale, and the superb Futura by Pietro Marcello, Alice Rohrwacher and Francesco Munzi […]

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Providing an incontinence service that puts patient dignity first — HME Business

Provide an incontinence service that puts patient dignity first Serving clients with incontinence well requires professionalism, attention, discretion and understanding. By David Koff April 01, 2022 VitalikRadko/depositphotos.com When a patient suffers from incontinence, he or she is actually suffering from two things; the negative impact their physical condition has on their lives, and […]

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The MCCC Gallery presents the 2022 Visual Arts Student Exhibition, from April 4 to May 11

Creativity is in bloom at the Mercer County Community College (MCCC) gallery as art students showcase their talents at this year’s Visual Arts Student Expo from April 4 to May 11. The show is free and open to the public. The gallery is located on the second floor of the MCCC Communications Building on the […]

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Never Let Me Go (Album Review)

Never let Me Go is Placebo’s first studio album in a decade, but it’s hard to imagine the gap was entirely accidental. Their last album, strong like love (2013), was poorly received by critics and fans. Capping a long period of creative and commercial stasis after the band’s heyday at the turn of the millennium, […]