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A look at KELOLAND: Preschool at the Pavilion

SIOUX FALLS, SD (KELO) — 30 years after Washington High School closed in downtown Sioux Falls, the building remains a place of learning. The Washington Pavilion offers hundreds of interactive exhibits, artworks and live performances…but it’s also a school. This stretch of Washington Pavilion hallway is lined with championship trophies and memorabilia, a reminder that […]

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Art exhibit showcases blue rope and the creative ways northerners use it

Artist Mike Mitchell said blue rope likely came to the North through commercial fishing, but has become an important tool for those who call the Northwest Territories home. “This originally commercial fishing rope was planted like a giant bean and it has grown to epic proportions with uses that far exceed or surpass the commercial […]

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kyiv monuments could be destroyed by the Russian invasion

kyiv is often described as the cradle of Slavic civilisation. According to legend, the city was founded in 482, when a group of brothers and sisters from a Slavic royal tribe established a settlement along the banks of the Dnipro. By the end of the millennium, under the leadership of Volodymyr the Great, it had […]

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Don’t let ‘the grind’ wear you out

Most of us, when we were children, longed for when we would grow up. For some, that meant finally achieving those curves, muscles, and height they desired, and for others, that meant achieving independence. We imagined that one day, in some magical way, we would solve a difficult puzzle or master the elusive feat that […]

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Vermont Visual Arts | Vermont Arts

Diffusion of exhibitions Arlington Canfield Gallery: George Van Hook, through May 4, one of the region’s leading outdoor artists and watercolourists, Martha Canfield Library, 528 E. Arlington Road, Arlington, 802-375-6153, www.facebook. com/TheCanfieldGallery Rod AR Market: Jason Galligan-Baldwin, through March 19, “Security Procedures,” explores the anxiety of living in a culture that “has no distinct culture,” […]

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Great Escapes: Art, Food and Architecture in Williamstown and North Adams

Williamstown and North Adams in Berkshire County, Mass., are a feast for the weekend visitor. Both towns were settled in the 18th century and became centers of art: North Adams is home to the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, one of the largest museums of contemporary art in the United States; and Williamstown is home […]

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PROGRAM 4 at San Francisco Ballet makes everything old new

San Francisco Ballet at Alexei Ratmansky’s West Coast Premiere Seasons San Francisco Ballet’s final program of the 2022 season covers a parcel of territory, like almost two centuries of ballet. Opening with the Bournonvilles The sylph dating from 1836 and generally considered to be the oldest narrative ballet in existence, and ending with Alexei Ratmansky’s […]

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LIMITED EDITION FOREVER 21 X FUBU COLLECTION LAUNCHES ONLINE AND IN ALL US DOORS AT ICONIC RETAILER | News

LOS ANGELES, March 17, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Global retailer, Forever 21 has announced its partnership with legendary streetwear brand, FUBU, for an exclusive co-branded collection, now available on forever21.com and in Forever 21 stores nationwide. Forever 21 has announced its partnership with legendary streetwear brand FUBU for an exclusive co-branded collection, The new Forever 21 […]

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Olszewski announces grants to support visual and performing arts, humanities, sciences and cultural organizations

TOWSON, MD – Baltimore County Executive Johnny Olszewski announced Wednesday that applications are now open for fiscal year 2023 project grants to support nonprofit organizations that provide visual arts programs and the stage, science and humanities. Organizations located in and near Baltimore County can apply for grants to support events and programs that take place […]

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Art Dubai 2022 opens new horizons for participating galleries

Art Dubai, the world’s leading platform for art and artists from the Middle East and the South, has opened up new creative and commercial horizons for the galleries featured in the largest-ever edition of the world art fair held this year. Participating galleries praised the event for its “positive energy”, the quality of […]

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“It’s like being possessed”: Australian star choreographer Lucy Guerin talks about 20 years of dance | To dance

AAustralian choreographer Lucy Guerin has just landed in Melbourne from Aix-en-Provence, where she is working on a show involving young dancers, all aged 11 to 18. “It opens in November,” she says. “I’m going back once again because we have to rehearse during the school holidays. In the meantime, she is in Australia to create […]

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Underground Museum Directors Leave as Noah Davis Show Shutters – ARTnews.com

The Underground Museum, a nonprofit gallery and cultural center in Los Angeles, announced on Tuesday that it would close its current exhibition of paintings by museum co-founder Noah Davis early. The announcement also indicated that the museum’s co-directors, Meg Onli and Cristina Pacheco, would be stepping down. Onli had joined as director just two months […]

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Art project aims to spread joy by giving gifts

“It’s kind of like the ‘Give a penny, take a penny’ concept,” said PSU graduate visual arts student Alex Russell, who recently started a community art project called “Buds!” Photo provided. Pennsylvania winters can seem to drag on in a depressing, endless expanse of cold, gray days and nights, so when the first flower buds […]

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Big changes coming to Front Street: Cherry Republic will take over Arcade Building

Big changes are coming to Front Street in downtown Traverse City, with Cherry Republic planning to vacate its nearly 10,000 square foot space next year and renovate and move into the Arcade building on the same block. The move will allow Cherry Republic landlords to become co-owners instead of renting out their building, bring to […]

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The Peter Handke controversy, considered

Contents This content can also be viewed on the site from which it originated. On December 10, 2019, Austrian writer Peter Handke received the Nobel Prize for Literature. If he felt pride or triumph, he didn’t show it. His crooked bow tie over an ill-fitting white shirt, his unsmiling eyes behind his signature round glasses, […]

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The boys started an evil Twitter feud with Imagine Dragons

The Boys begin a bizarre Twitter promotional feud with Imagine Dragons, which culminated in the Season 3 trailer with their song “Bones.” The boys The Season 3 trailer is set to Imagine Dragons’ “Bones,” sparking a delightfully “evil” feud on Twitter. Based on the comic book of the same name by Garth Ennis and Darick […]

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Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centers boost for Canberra artists after COVID-19 | Canberra time

news, latest news, canberra arts, act arts, Ainslie and Gorman Arts Centers It is undeniable that the last two years have been difficult for the arts sector. At the height of the pandemic, ACT artists found themselves with many of their exhibitions and projects canceled, as well as a significant loss of income. In an […]

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Modern West gallery artists-in-residence get chance to create post-pandemic

In a bright studio at Salt Lake’s Modern West Gallery, visual artist Laura Sharp Wilson – 56, with lapis blue eyes, bobbed blonde hair and a collarless T-shirt on a hot March day – is working on a new collection of textile-inspired pieces that explore society’s relationship to nature and the charged meanings of heirlooms, […]

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10 Best Disney Love Songs Not Sung By The Main Protagonists

[tldr_position]Among their wide range of beloved songs, Disney offers a number of songs about love. From romantic love to love between friends and family, Disney’s love songs remain among the greatest and most quoted not just within the House of Mouse fandom, but in popular culture today. today. RELATED: 10 Most Romantic Disney Quotes Many […]

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Troy School Board Attends Arts Projects Presentation | Local/Regional

TROY — During Tuesday’s Troy School Board meeting, Wayne Beeman, a visual arts and digital media teacher at Troy Middle School, presented to the board what the students had been working on. Beeman discussed the physical and digital art tools students use to create art and mentioned the valuable skills they learn through art lessons […]

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Plan submitted for a new art gallery in the village of Thornton

A NEW Art Gallery could open in the heart of Thornton Village if plans are approved. A proposal has been lodged with Bradford Council for the Grade II listed property on Market Street, which currently has residential use. The nomination was submitted by engraver Patrick Whitehead. “Historically the property was a business with living quarters […]

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Allan Rohan Crite has produced an extensive body of religiously themed works, a new exhibition connects his artistic expression to his faith

A PROLIFIC ARTIST, Allan Rohan Crite (1910-2007) was a lifelong Episcopalian who described himself as a storyteller. He made paintings of African-American life in the Roxbury neighborhood of South Boston before devoting himself mainly to works with religious themes. Crite illustrated hymns, biblical stories and liturgical scenes, populating his stories with black characters, including Black […]

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ICP announces a major retrospective exhibition on William Klein in the summer of 2022

NEW YORK, NY— The International Center of Photography (ICP) announces a major retrospective exhibition featuring the work of William Klein in the summer of 2022. The first U.S. exhibition dedicated to Klein’s work in more than a generation, Guillaume Klein: YES; Photographs, paintings, films, 1948–2013 will fill the entire museum space of ICP and span […]

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Listen to Jenny Hval in the new episode of The FADER Interview

Jenny Hval is one of the greatest musical manipulators in the English language. His ability to express both abstract ideas and visceral impulses through song is all the more impressive given that English is his second language. Born in the Bible Belt of southern Norway – a stark and stuffy cultural landscape she describes in […]

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Ice Age animals come to life with augmented reality

Have you ever wanted to have breakfast sitting across from a wolf or watch a saber-toothed cat roar from the comfort of your living room? These Ice Age animals have been extinct for more than 10,000 years, but scientists are bringing them back to life virtually. The team developed animated three-dimensional models of some of […]

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Penrith Performing & Visual Arts appoint new Visual Arts Director, Toby Chapman | Blue Mountains Gazette

Penrith Performing and Visual Arts (PP&VA) have appointed Toby Chapman as their new Director of Visual Arts. Mr. Chapman will be responsible for visual arts programming across PP&VA and will deliver all aspects of the arts program at the Penrith Regional Gallery, home of the Lewers bequest. visual arts. Photo: Lyndal Irons” title=”Toby Chapman, new […]

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24 most famous and famous female film directors

For the first time in the history of the Academy in 2021, two women (Chloe Zhao and Emerald Fennell) were nominated for Best Director. For the 2022 Oscars, a director (Jeanne Campion) received a second nomination in the same category for the first time. Although women have often been overlooked in the Best Director category, […]

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Chanel caps Paris Fashion Week with signature swathes of tweeds

Brilliant styles evoked the colors of the River Tweed which flows east through the border region in Scotland and northern England, a river that gave the legendary fabric its name and inspired the founder of the Gabrielle “Coco” Chanel house. Here are the highlights from Tuesday’s Fall/Winter 2022 shows: CHANEL’S JOURNEY TO THE FRONTIERS The […]

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Here’s How Many Times John Wayne Said “Pilgrim” In “The Man Who Shot Liberty Valance”

The world hasn’t always appreciated iconic actor John Wayne for his acting skills, but he certainly revolutionized the Western film genre. He starred in a wide range of B movies before making big strides in the Hollywood spotlight. However, fans of Wayne still cite his “pilgrim” delivery of The man who shot Liberty Valance in […]

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Mountain Arts Guild inviting artists to show their work

KEYSER — The Mountain Arts Guild, a Mineral County visual arts organization, is hosting an artist exhibit at the Mary F. Shipper Library on the campus of WVU Potomac State College. The show, which will take place on April 2, will be judged by board members on March 22. If you are an artist and […]

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Fort Worth Design District becomes the selfie capital

FORT WORTH, TX, March 08, 2022 /24-7PressRelease/ — It’s a tradition that’s been upheld around the world for over a hundred years. A couple seals their love with a kiss, then locks a padlock to the site to commemorate their unbreakable bond. It was a sincere act of deep feeling initiated for the first time […]

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Is animated TV on par with the best programs?

Animated television is drastically neglected compared to its live counterpart. For a number of reasons, including but not limited to its association as children’s programming, adult-oriented animated television struggles to receive the same recognition from critics and academics. A strong tendency to incorrectly assume similar operations, formats, and styles between anime shows due to their […]

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Keanu Reeves is Batman in DC League of Super-Pets, and the Internet is here for it

If there are two absolute laws of popular culture that we know to be true, they are firstly that everyone loves Batman, and secondly that everyone loves Keanu Reeves. Batman is the most popular DC hero when it comes to the big screen, and with the successful opening weekend of The Batman it is clear […]

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Bunbury Regional Art Gallery Welcomes Mike Bianco as New Director for 2022 | Bunbury Mail

THE BUNBURY Regional Art Gallery will soon take on a whole new direction with its new director, Mike Bianco, now at the helm of the South West’s premier art centre. Recently moved from York to Bunbury, Mr. Bianco joins the art gallery with a history in the commercial and non-profit art sectors focusing primarily on […]

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Brutalist lighthouse for modern architecture styles in the city

Art dealer and gallery founder Chris Clifford sings the praises of a building that helps add to the character of a neighborhood in St Helier. Hue Court, designed in the brutalist style and built in the early 70’s, doesn’t seem to be widely regarded as a great piece of architecture and I’m quite willing to […]

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Fedoras, flappers and fun at the Greenwood Library – Farmville

NOTNestled amidst the vast archives and special collections of the Greenwood Library is a rare gem: a first edition of acclaimed American author F. Scott Fitzgerald’s novel The Beautiful and Damned, which includes the writer’s signature. Archival scholar Jamie Krogh described the book’s journey to Longwood: “The Greenwood Library Special Collections Edition of The Beautiful […]

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OBA Instructor Leans on Student Talent, Music, Laughter in His Class Down the Hall | Progress

Mary Watson O’Neill and Graydon Bruyn work on projects during an art class at Oklahoma Bible Academy on Tuesday, February 22, 2022. Billy Hefton{&pipe}Enid News & Eagle ENID, Oklahoma— A poster displayed prominently in a classroom at Oklahoma Bible Academy quotes Albert Einstein saying, “Creativity is intelligence having fun. The room is filled with long […]

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Sport can repay its debt and prove its worth in a time of gloom and fear | Soccer

As the world has gone dark this week, with this sudden sideways swerve into submarines and silos and the nuclear threat, it has become necessary to stop listening to sports radio, watching sports news on television and to follow sports streams online, mainly to avoid the very real prospect of accidentally hearing about the end […]

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Michael Sugrue: An Intellectual Life

The most popular video on Dr. Michael Sugrue’s YouTube channel is his 1992 lecture on Marcus Aurelius. meditations. Marc Aurèle is a stoic. Sugrue calls himself one too. “All Marcus wants to do is live a philosophical life,” Sugrue says, “but he happens to have the misfortune to be… Emperor of Rome.” As emperor, Marcus […]

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Artists Announced for 2-D Display of Loveland’s The Art Advocacy Project – Greeley Tribune

Art in Public Places in the City of Loveland has announced the artists selected for the Art Promotion Project 2-D exhibit at the Loveland Public Library. A jury comprised of members of the Visual Arts Commission and two guest jurors reviewed 79 submitted applications for the one-year Art Loan Program to select the works. The […]

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What to expect at The Truck Stop, Wichita’s new food truck park

The newest food truck park has finally opened in Wichita. The truck stop is the largest park of its type in the city. Property of Willie Finley of Willie’s Wingsthe park is located at 6315 E. Kellogg Dr., on the southwest corner of Kellogg and Woodlawn. The best way to get to the Truck Stop […]

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Spotlight: Local Entertainment Listings | Calendar

ART SHOWS Call for artists: Members of the Colombian Artists Association are calling for artists 18 and older to submit work for the 44th Annual Spring Art Show to be held March 22 at the Cowlitz County Historical Museum, 405 Allen St., Kelso. Artists are welcome from Cowlitz, Clark, Wahkiakum, Lewis, and Pacific counties in […]

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Chicago and New Zealand art companies bringing theatrical performances to MACC

Ice rink lifea theatrical performance by Chicago-based Lucky Plush Productions arrives at the Maui Arts & Cultural Center on March 24. Photo courtesy: MACC Arts companies from Chicago and New Zealand return to the Maui Arts & Cultural Center this month for two theatrical performances at the Castle Theater in Kahului. Chicago’s Lucky Plush Productions […]

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Marian Lee replaces Bozoma Saint John as Director of Marketing

Marian Lee has been promoted to chief marketing officer at Netflix. She replaces Bozoma Saint John, who joined the streaming giant in 2020 after holding senior roles at Uber and Apple. Lee joined the company in July 2021 as Vice President of Marketing in the United States and Canada (UCAN in Netflix parlance), overseeing all […]

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Contemporary Asian art rubs shoulders with old works during Asia Week in New York

Madhvi Parekh (born 1942) God of the Sea, 1971 Oil on canvas 48 x 72.2 in. (121.9 x 183.4 cm.)DAG When Asia Week in New York kicks off its nine-day extravaganza of exhibitions, auctions and museum exhibits on March 16, nearly half of the world’s leading galleries will showcase a stunning range of contemporary paintings, […]

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Architectural Movements Inspire New Bathroom Colors

TAILORED | MARCH 2022 | VICTORIA + ALBERT Wallpaper* and House of Rohl create three architecturally inspired color palettes for Victoria + Albert Palette of American postmodernism The works of Frank Gehry, Philip Johnson, Michael Graves and Robert Venturi – the pluralism, irony, paradox and contextualism of American postmodernism – all contribute to a confident, […]

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This digital archive takes art dealers back to modern art history

A popular hashtag every March during Women’s History Month challenges people to name #5womenartists. But can you name five art dealers? A new project aims to prove that there are plenty of choices, they just haven’t been pulled from the margins of art history with the same vigor devoted to artists. There is a general […]

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‘The Brutalist Hanging Gardens of Babylon’ – the infuriating and miraculous Barbican hits 40 | Architecture

IIt looks like something out of a wildly imaginative sci-fi comic book, an impossible vision of worlds colliding in a fantasy collage. Raised walkways cut across the sky as a trio of towers loom like serrated blades, their edges slicing through the clouds. Beneath them, cascading fountains and cafes spill out onto lush waterside terraces, […]

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Girl Scouts Presents Idea for Reuse of Blacksburg Police Station | Local News

BLACKSBURG — The police department will move to a new home this year, an approximately 38,000 square foot facility that is being finished at the Old Town College site in downtown. And that begs the question: what will become of the current station building at 200 Clay Street? Blacksburg officials say no plan is set […]

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Historic preservation and the housing crisis: a “two birds, one stone” solution

In Santa Ana, a once-vacant mid-century office building now houses budding artists, a gallery, and additional public amenities, servicing the entire community surrounding it. The building dates from 1965 and was once occupied by the First Western Bank and has since been preserved and adapted into the Santa Ana Art Collective. What was once a […]

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What is yachting and why is it Hollywood’s big secret?

In her book, Ratajkowski also describes how, from the age of 19, she was invited to restaurants by a club promoter whose job, it seems, was to bring together attractive women for high-profile events. . “I had only spent a handful of nights in clubs, but I knew I didn’t particularly like it. I didn’t […]

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Lee County Dedicated COVID Aid to Technology and Social Services – Shaw Local

Lee County received its first half of American Rescue Plan Act money. But when the second installment arrives, it will total around $6.6 million. So far, the county has spent or appropriated $943,507. This includes $250,000 for social service organizations, nearly $200,000 for new election equipment, $157,000 for conference room technology upgrades, $120,000 in health […]

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Texas Chainsaw Massacre

New Chainsaw Massacre – so close (in name only) to the 1974s The Texas Chainsaw Massacre that it feels like a taunt rather than a respectful nod – opens with a pulpy TV documentary detailing the events of the first film. Of course, superficially it matches the opening roll of the original, which presented the […]

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Teens With a Purpose transforms experiences as people of color into performance art in Norfolk

NORFOLK, Va. (WAVY) — As we continue to honor Black History Month, some students are taking their experiences as teenagers of color in America and turning them into performance art. Teens With a Purpose will perform song, dance and poetry on Saturday at the Chrysler Museum in Norfolk. They’ve got the lights, they’ve got the […]

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The Chinese night scene enters the mall

To receive the Vogue Business China Edit, register here. In China, luxury shopping malls are becoming unexpected nightlife destinations. Shanghai malls including K11, TX Huaihai and Bohui Plaza are opening nightclubs alongside luxury and fashion stores to lure visitors and attract a new wave of traffic after retailers close. This ushers in an era of […]

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The Simps’ ‘Tesla’ Video Is A Cheerful Ride Down memory lane

Your songs and videos are full of cultural references, but you don’t just make meme music. When you were making this album and the accompanying visuals, did you have any conversations about finding a balance between hyper-referentiality and original substance? zzzahara: I think our videos are very 90s and a mixture of material that we […]

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Most don’t see enough black influence and representation in US business, politics, police – CBS News Poll

When it comes to black influence and representation in the United States, most agree that there is still room for improvement. Americans generally do not believe that black Americans are sufficiently represented in various fields, including in American business, politics and law enforcement. These ideas divide along racial and party lines. Large majorities of black […]

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Student Pet Paintings Encourage Animal Adoption in Connecticut

Kris Wetmore, visual arts teacher at Cooperative Arts & Humanities High School, was inspired by a project to find homes for cats and dogs. NEW HAVEN, Conn. — Have you ever looked at your dog or cat and felt like they were looking straight into your soul? A group of art students from a magnet […]

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Magic Chef Gallery takes refrigerator art to the next level

The San Francisco gallery mounted its first exhibition in September 2021 with three oil pastels on paper by the Brooklyn artist Emily Olsen. Each show lasts two to three weeks, with the exhibition calendar organized into six “seasons”. Magic Chef is the latest – and perhaps the cutest – in a long line of alternative […]

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What is the Art Renewal Center?

In the early 1970s, the great melodramatic artistic debates of the 20th century were running out of steam: abstraction versus representation, competence versus theory, popular versus elite. But for New Jersey-based food maker, art collector and millionaire Fred Ross, the debates never ended. It represents a crossroads in the history of art, far from the […]

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Potpourri of art, artists in the city

Delhi’s art scene is once again accelerating, and the ongoing Awadh Art Festival is adding momentum to the same. Composed of a mixture of artistic approaches and different mediums, this collective exhibition, in its fourth edition, presents 172 works by 86 artists. Among the lesser known and more seasoned artists, marauding the pandemic, we can […]

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The Tiger and the Buffalo: On the Metaverse | Arts

In one of Meta first video ads After switching brands from Facebook, four people in an art gallery fixate on a painting of a tiger killing a buffalo. The bison is under control: bonnets on the grass, he bows in deference to his predator. The tiger’s narrow pupils move to look at its viewers. In […]

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Student-created app lets users connect over shared Korean pop culture interests

Second student Louis Chung and senior Wenxuan Chen launched Kfans to create an interactive platform for Korean pop culture fans. Two Penn students created Kfans, an app that aims to foster connections among Korean pop culture fans. College sophomore Louis Chung, one of the co-founders, said the purpose of the app is to allow users […]

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Alabama Clay Conference takes control of Columbiana – Shelby County Reporter

By SASHA JOHNS | Community columnist COLOMBIAN – Clay artists from across the Southeast converged on Columbiana at the Shelby County Arts Council Feb. 17-19 for the 37th Annual Alabama Clay Conference. The sold-out conference was organized by the Alabama Visual Artist Network (ALVAN), a nonprofit organization that focuses on “the appreciation of the visual […]

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Visionary artist Dan Graham, known for his glass pavilions and astrological prowess, has died aged 79

Famous American artist Dan Graham has passed away. His galleries have confirmed that he died on Saturday February 19 at the age of 79 in New York City – the cause of death has not been announced. He is survived by his wife, the artist Mieko Meguro. A true multidisciplinary, Graham has worked across sculpture, […]

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A TASTING OF CHARLES TURNER to play at the Bridge Street Theater

Concluding an artist residency sponsored by Works & Process LaunchPAD’s “Process as Destination” initiative, Brooklyn-based singer and songwriter Charles Turner, pianist/composer Sean Mason, and playwright Marcus Scott, return to Catskill’s Bridge Street Theater on Sunday afternoon, February 27 at 2:00 p.m., for a “tasting” of songs and selections from an exciting new musical theater piece […]

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Launch of the first NFT art forum in Saudi Arabia

Sotheby’s and the Visual Arts Commission of Saudi Arabia’s Ministry of Culture have announced a new digital arts forum in the kingdom as part of the ongoing public program for the Diriyah Biennale. The conference, dubbed the Digital Art Forum, which is a first of its kind for the kingdom, will be held from February […]

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8 techniques a beginner should try

Published on Saturday, February 19, 2022 at 10:13 a.m. Join 100,000 AFP followers on Facebook Buy an AFP subscription Subscribe to AFP podcasts on Apple Podcasts, Spotify and Pandora News, press releases, letters to the editor: [email protected] Advertising inquiries: [email protected] (© Drobot Dean – stock.adobe.com) Acrylic paint is an artistic medium with the greatest number […]

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FSVAA is looking for student artists for High School Art Show – The Vacaville Reporter

Whether taking introductory or advanced art courses, high school students have likely created at least one piece of which they are very proud. Again, they will have a place to showcase their work. The Fairfield-Suisun City Visual Arts Association (FSVAA) invites all Solano County high school students to submit their work to the Downtown Solano […]

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Fun, Free, Cheap: What to Do in San Francisco This Week

By Johnny Funcheap Special for examiner The Cliff House Moving Image Gallery After the 157-year-old Cliff House closed in 2020, the historic restaurant’s gift shop was transformed into a pop-up museum featuring vintage photographs, memorabilia and artifacts telling the story of the building and its surroundings. Now the story continues after the museum closes for […]

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Eternally confused and hungry for love, it’s about navigating through the complexities of love

Finding love is not always easy. And it certainly doesn’t get any easier when your “love guru” is a witch doll. Ray, a confused young adult, tries to navigate the complexities of love and the daunting world of romance in a postmodern world in the trailer for Eternally confused and hungry for love. Vihaan Samat, […]

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Granderson: The twisted career path that leads from NFL coverage to denial of systemic racism

Recently retired NFL reporter Michele Tafoya tuned in to Tucker Carlson’s show this week to explain why she felt compelled to quit her high-profile job in sports media and get involved in politics . To promote her appearance, Fox News posted this quote from Tafoya on social media: “It breaks my heart that my kids […]

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Wolf Administration emphasizes career and technical education at Dauphin County Technical School

Harrisburg, Pennsylvania – Pennsylvania Department of Education Secretary Dr. Noe Ortega visited Dauphin County Technical School today to highlight the importance of vocational and technical education and celebrate CTE Month with administrators, teachers and students. “Through Career and Tech Centres, students can work with industry professionals in their schools and communities, network and make connections […]

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IN FULL FLOWER – Naples Florida Weekly

“WE ALWAYS SAY THE Hidden Community of NAPLES,” says Valerie Blauvelt, Painter and District Marketing President. “We’re just looking like a gem.” across the neighborhood, a shopping district north of Pine Ridge Road and west of Airport-Pulling in North Naples, the gem may at first glance seem a bit raw. The gritty business district is […]

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If these pink walls could talk. . .

The film begins with a puzzled man (Kentucker Audley, who co-directed and co-wrote the screenplay, with Albert Birney) in a room where everything is pink Pepto Bismol. Another man (Linas Phillips) enters, carrying a bucket of fried chicken to go. What exactly is going on here? This question will come up with some frequency. So […]

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Robert Shields joins the Hart of Arizona Art Gallery in Old Town Cottonwood

Robert Shields (courtesy photo) World-renowned artist and actor Robert Shields, a resident of Clarkdale, recently joined the Hart of Arizona Art Gallery in Old Town Cottonwood. Gallery owner Viki Norris will host a meet and greet with Shields and other local artists at the gallery on Friday, February 18 from 4-6 p.m. While Shields emerged […]

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The Lorain Public Library launches the Maker-In-Residence initiative

Thanks in part to a grant from the Nord Family Foundation, the Lorain Public Library System is launching a Maker-in-Residence program in March, according to a press release. Two residencies will take place simultaneously, each in the branch of the Lorain Public Library System best suited to the artist or creator, according to the press […]

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Wiregrass Gallery Hosts Fundraiser for Black History Museum

February was a busy month at the Wiregrass Gallery, 130 East Jackson St., Thomasville, Georgia. Featured Member Artist: Fran Buie Fran believes that art is a universal language and expression that can bring people from different backgrounds and life experiences together into a common community. She has exhibited her work at Tallahassee Downtown Market, Gadsden […]

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Eye-catching portraits and photos of the week

Customer ID: R0O1TEY2OWPHZK1LSKLKNROXJZSHJHALJNRUBSIZLBZSHJHALJNRUBSIZLBZSHJHCCTWK0TJDGMWC3M1Z0KZMLDBV3JRUM41RJB0T0LZNFVOWMHWYVNPBOWSEGR0BGHE items: array ( [0] => 120329 ) Portrait photography can cover a range of types and styles, from traditional “head and shoulders” shots to lifestyle and surroundings, candid and street, glamour, boudoir, maternity shoots and more. Moreover. Check out the eye-catching portraits and photos that stopped us this week, highlighted here for […]

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Two-hour documentary film celebrates Lemmings 30th anniversary • Eurogamer.net

A documentary celebrating Lemmings 30th anniversary has been released on YouTube. Lemmings: can you dig it? explores the legacy of the game with its original creators and its impact on Scottish and British gaming culture. Lemmings was first released on the Commodore Amiga in 1991 and has since become iconic. The original game was developed […]

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Michigan Governor Awards Grant to Interlochen Center for the Arts | News

With the emergence of COVID-19, the arts, museums and theaters have been deeply affected, forcing many professionals to put the arts on hold, leaving very little revenue for many arts and cultural organizations. Now that society is adjusting to the pandemic, the lights are on again for the arts. On January 28, Governor Gretchen Whitmer […]

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Carmen Herrera, Cuban-born artist who rose to prominence at 89, dies at 106

At 94, Ms Herrera, Giacometti slim, with wire-rimmed glasses and shoulder-length bone-white hair, was housebound, a royal woman in a wheelchair, suffering from arthritis, but still painting. How had she persevered after decades of being unknown? “I do it because I have to; it’s a compulsion that also gives me pleasure,” she told The Times […]

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Liberals back protest against hijab restrictions

Malala has transformed from a brave young woman advocating for women’s education and fighting murderous jihadists to a publicity-hungry liberal who feels no shame in supporting the cause of religious fundamentalists. The full bench of the Karnataka High Court has done well to calm nerves over the contentious hijab issue. But the issue will continue […]

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Fashion and fine art come together for Tanya Taylor Fall 2022

Photo: Matthew Kristall/Courtesy Tanya Taylor Tanya Taylor frequently cites visual artists as inspirations and references in her work. (Just last season, she collaborated with Ammon Rost on the backdrop of his New York Fashion Week presentation, which featured some of his paintings as well as miscellaneous from his studio dotted around Dumbo’s Smack Mellon Arts […]

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One in five Canadian truck drivers is South Asian. Their needs were ignored.

On January 29, hundreds of truckers from across Canada came to Ottawa to protest the government’s COVID-19 vaccine mandate, despite the fact that almost 90% of truckers in Canada are already vaccinated. Protests have spread to blockades on busy roads between the United States and Canada, disrupting automakers’ supply chains. Although they represent at least […]

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Clay-Chalkville Grade 10 Student Wins Youth Art Month Flag Design Contest

By Hannah Curran, Editor-in-Chief CLAY – A Grade 10 student from Clay-Chalkville High School (CCHS) has won the high school division’s Youth Art Month flag design contest. Akyra Tuck’s winning entry “Colorful World”. Akyra Tuck was one of four winners of the Youth Art Month flag design contest. The deadline to submit works was December […]

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Jordan Peterson’s speech at the Tobin Center in San Antonio was short on controversy, long on subtext | San Antonio News | San Antonio

Wikimedia Commons/Gage Skidmore Jordan Peterson comes alive during a speech in 2018. After attending clinical psychologist Jordan Peterson’s controversial lecture at the Tobin Center on Thursday night, and in keeping with the recent spirit of public mea culpas, I […]

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Italian museums are selling digital copies of masterpieces by Leonardo, Caravaggio and Modigliani

An upcoming exhibition in London will see four Italian museums selling digital facsimiles of masterpieces from their collections, like Raphael’s Madonna of the Goldfinch and Leonardo’s Portrait of a musician and The Scapigliata. The company will raise funds to support the preservation of the original works, while trying to increase public access to them. Eternalize […]

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John Wesley, an artist who could not be identified, dies at 93

John Wesley, a painter of flat, cartoonish figures who seemed to come not from the well of Pop Art but from a deeper, alien reservoir of the American unconscious inhabited by floating babies, rubbery nudes and the band’s hapless husband comic Dagwood Bumstead, died Thursday at his Manhattan home. He was 93 years old. His […]

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Killer return: The big star’s Hollywood thriller is back

The success of ‘Knives Out’ and ‘Murder on the Orient Express’ led to a resurgence of the relentless murder mystery By Guy Lodge / The Guardian Surprise isn’t much of a factor in Death on the Nile, Kenneth Branagh’s flashy and brilliant second adaptation of an Agatha Christie chestnut. As with its predecessor, 2017 is […]

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​Visual arts creatively convey the Olympic spirit

“The greatest value of visual arts is the same as the Olympics,” said Chinese sculptor Zhi Min. His ceramic sculpture named “Zhou” which means “boat” in Chinese was selected as one of the top 10 works of public art in a solicitation campaign launched for the 2022 Beijing Winter Olympics. Chinese sculptor Zhi Min speaks […]

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3 Walking Routes to Tokyo’s Top Sights – Lonely Planet

Tokyo is rightly proud of its world-class public transportation system. But this amazing city also rewards slowing down and exploring its highlights on foot. Here’s how to do just that, connecting several Tokyo landmarks on wonderfully curated walks that showcase different parts of the city, from some of the most iconic outdoor and spacious attractions, […]

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Inventing Anna review: ‘Fake heiress’ drama is a hit

But hang in there, because halfway through it hits its stride, finding both focus and heart, with a few episodes that do well to immerse us more fully in the experiences of two of America’s friendliest seagulls. Anna: a hanged dog lawyer convinced to help him with his business plans (played by ER Anthony Edwards, […]

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‘The Challenge’ turns out to be reality TV’s crown jewel – The Quinnipiac Chronicle

‘TheChallenge:All Stars 2’ is the most recent season and features franchise veterans. Screenshot from Instagram / @ChallengeMTV Among most Gen Zers, the most common association with MTV’s television channel is an abundant amount of “ridiculousness” or the latest mystery “Catfish.” But for me, MTV’s fame dates back to the early days of reality TV, back […]

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Popstar Ne-Yo Goes Into NFTs With LUM Partnership: “It’s The Future”

Grammy Award-winning artist Ne-Yo and Max Fergus, CEO of LUM, share details of their partnership and contribution to the NFT market. NFTs, also known as non-fungible tokens, have been misunderstood by the public for their intangible nature, but singer-songwriter Ne-Yo jumps right into the hype. On Tuesday’s “The Claman Countdown,” Ne-Yo showcased their partnership with […]

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Where will the Welsh Government’s £8billion green budget go for travel, homes and the economy

The Welsh government is pushing through a budget with a planned investment of £8.1billion to tackle the climate emergency. Finance Minister Rebecca Evans said this was the ‘overarching ambition’ of Wales’ new infrastructure investment strategy for the next three years. Business Live looked at where this investment will go to support the economy and the […]

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Book Review: ‘Pure Colour’, by Sheila Heti

PURE COLORBy Sheila Heti216 pages. Farrar, Straus & Giroux. $26. Sheila Heti’s new novel “Pure Colour” is about a young woman who turns into a leaf. “Unrequited love is a bore,” sang Billie Holiday. So it turns out it’s photosynthesis. The name of the young woman is Mira. Her transformation is disorienting, for us if […]

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“Why is India afraid of a caste census?” : responses from a conference

New Delhi: In September 2021, the The unity government excluded a Socio-economic census of castes (SECC), saying it was impractical, “administratively difficult and cumbersome”. This was in response to a written petition from the government of Maharashtra asking the Union government to collect data on the Backward Citizen Class (BCC) of rural India in the […]

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The Smithsonian curator has roots in Ohio

One of his most striking works of art is a portrait of Breonna Taylor, the black medical worker who was fatally shot in her apartment by Louisville police officers in 2020. The portrait, which features Taylor in a flowing blue dress, was painted by renowned artist Amy Sherald, who also painted the official portrait of […]

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What I learned during my 15 years as a gallery owner

In many ways born in Germany Dominik Mersch is an unlikely gallery owner. He explains: “I am an engineer. I have a doctorate in biomechanics and I created the artificial hip, I created hip prostheses. Mersch is not averse to career change. Previously, he was a management consultant for nearly a decade in Europe and […]

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Alone in Kyoto: Pico Iyer on a winter without tourists

Earlier this winter, I went on a warm evening to Chion-in, the extremely closed and forbidden temple along the eastern hills of Kyoto. One of the most famous Buddhist sites in all of Japan, it’s where crowds gather to hear a giant bronze bell struck 108 times on New Year’s Eve, purging the illusions of […]

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Arlo rejected from the Muppets for being a gamer

REDDING, Calif. — Following the discovery of his long series of videos on various niche gaming topics, the Muppets announced that YouTube personality Arlo was no longer being considered to join their troupe due to him being a gamer. “Well, my friends, I can’t say that this decision is one I agree with,” Arlo said […]

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The Smithsonian curator has roots in the Dayton area

Luckily for us, the museum’s acting chief curator of visual arts has local connections. Tulzia Fleming graduated in 1990 from Yellow Springs High School whose first full-time job was at the Dayton Art Institute as Associate Curator of American Art. At DAI, she curated two of our museum’s popular exhibits: “Louis Comfort Tiffany’s Glass” and […]

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Here are 15 black architects you should know about – DIRT

If you were asked to name the greatest American architects, who would you choose? People like Frank Lloyd Wright, Richard Neutra and Philip Johnson usually come to mind. However, alongside these men were many black architects who also pioneered the design world alongside their white colleagues while simultaneously facing major social barriers – never achieving […]

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The Andy Warhol exhibition opens in Fresno this weekend | Entertainment

Opening Saturday, February 5, 2022, the Fresno Art Museum will host Andy Warhol Portfolios: A Life in Pop, Works from the Bank of America Collection. The exhibition will remain open until June 26, 2022. Featuring 94 works of art spanning forty years of photographic screen printing, the exhibition includes portfolios and individual prints by Warhol, […]

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Contemporary Traditions in Horacio Rodriguez’s Salt Series Exhibit – The Daily Utah Chronicle

Avery Greig “El Camino del Diablo, the Devil’s Highway: Yuma 14” by Horacio Rodriguez (2022). (Photo by Avery Greig | The Daily Utah Chronicle) the Art Museum of Utah last salt episode of the series presents the artist Horace Rodriguezwhose work invites viewers to examine the identity of borders and the overlapping contexts of ancient […]

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In this Duluth family, everyone is part of the art – Duluth News Tribune

DULUTH — Artist David K. Austin has a unique setup for his new Lakeside-Lester Park neighborhood studio. In his heated garage, he displays the typical artist’s supplies one would expect: paints, brushes and finished paintings. But something that sets his studio apart on some days is the 4-year-old boy chipping away at a block of […]

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Opening of the “Just Shoes” exhibition at the Flinn Gallery

What is it about the shoe that captures the imagination so much? Dorothy’s ruby ​​red slippers carried her down the yellow brick road. Cinderella’s glass slipper reunited her with her Prince Charming. Carrie Bradshaw’s red-soled stilettos opened up a life of urban glamor and sophistication. Shoes also have an important meaning in everyday life. They […]

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Colby College acquires islands that inspired Andrew and Betsy Wyeth

Nestled in the Atlantic Ocean, five miles off the coast of quaint Port Clyde, Maine, lie two rugged islands with stories to tell. Allen and Benner, as they are called, witnessed a succession of inhabitants over the centuries, from Abenakis and English settlers to lobster fishermen. And then came Betsy and Andrew Wyeth – residents […]

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These are the best Wes Craven movies, ranked

Beginning his career in the pornography industry (which seems oddly appropriate), the late director Wes Craven would go on to a gradual and consistent string of successes in commercial cinema. With the first low-budget indie pictures that focused on vile creatures preying on innocent suburbanites, Craven had been making chilling classics since the early 70s. […]