Everyday Objects

The 11 Most Expensive Space Artifacts Ever Auctioned

If you want to own an iconic piece of space history, know that it doesn’t come cheap. The most recent space item sold at auction was astronaut Buzz Aldrin’s Apollo 11 mission jacket, which fetched over $2.77 million. via Sotheby’s late last month– a higher price than any other American …

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On holiday in communist East Germany | Travel

“My parents had a 500 model car, and I remember always having trouble breathing in the back,” says Wolfgang Worf, whose family made regular trips from Weimar in East Germany, or Germany. German Democratic Republic (GDR), for Liberec in what was then Czechoslovakia in the 1970s and 1980s. (Also read: …

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10 Most Iconic Weapons In WWE History

With rumors swirling about WWE’s return to TV-14 rated content, many fans are excited about the prospect of seeing iconic weapons return in full force. Although some fans believe that guns keep “ring wrestling” away, guns have helped wrestling become a cultural phenomenon. RELATED: 10 Wrestlers Who Never Really Changed …

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Fall Art Exhibition: Reinvent, Reinvent, Recreate | Virginia Tech Carilion School of Medicine

About Reimagine, Reinvent, Recreate This upcoming installation is an indoor/outdoor exhibition showcasing the creative genius of several local artists. Each piece in the exhibition is made up of everyday objects, natural materials or discarded treasures that have found new life as unique and beautiful works of art. Our featured artist …

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Melt With You: July 21-27 Arts Calendar

Artificial biology, anti-gravity clowning, everyday absurdity, fusion with you of magic, prehistoric futures, ancestors in community, critical satire, cryptoart steeped in pop and tradition, activist classic, salvaged material constructs, late Warhol automotive paintings and more arts for your heat wave – uh, calendar. Sofia Crespo at Vellum LA Thursday July …

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Claes Oldenburg, the leading pop-art sculptor who turned burgers and gummies into whimsical 20th-century totems, has died at 93

Pop artist Claes Oldenburg, known worldwide for his whimsical public sculptures of everyday objects: a clothespin, a spoon with a cherry and even a toilet– died at 93. “I am deeply saddened by the loss of Claes Oldenburg, a great artist, and also a good friend,” his longtime gallery owner …

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Is the concept of “smart city” losing its appeal?

It’s not hard to see the appeal of a kind of tech-driven utopianism factored into urban design. The idea that connecting more urban infrastructure to the internet – and making parts of the landscape more responsive to people interacting with it – could make the experience more livable is understandable. …

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Exhibition review: Annette Blair and Kate Nixon, Canberra Glassworks

The curatorial thread is clear through these two new exhibitions at Canberra Glassworks, which are about everyday objects and detritus, but they couldn’t be more different. Kate Nixon, in her installation On reflectionusurps the utilitarian function of the disco-aesthetic Sulo wheelie bins – covering these mundane sidewalk objects in mirrored …

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The best surreal horror movies of all time

It’s pretty easy to identify a horror movie. There is usually someone or something bad – a murderous killer or a monster that eats souls or someone who does not text and only calls by phone. It’s a go-to genre for many for that reason: it’s reliable and in the …

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Tsunami of myopia cases in children after schools reopen, say ophthalmologists | Bombay News

Mumbai: Samyukta Pawar, a resident of Goregaon, had to take her daughter to an eye doctor after the school told her the six-year-old could not see the blackboard clearly. The Class 2 pupil has been diagnosed with myopia – a condition in which a person has difficulty seeing distant objects. …

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At least one Aucklander hospitalized with stab wounds every day

Figures from Auckland’s three DHBs show some 3,000 cuts have been made since 2016, at a cost to taxpayers of $20million. Photo / Hayden Woodward At least one Aucklander is hospitalized with stab wounds every day, new figures reveal, raising fresh concerns about community safety across the city. The stab …

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Between friends and family | The Art Institute of Chicago

The multitude of cultures and artistic traditions across Asia have produced countless examples of visually beautiful and emotionally deep art reflecting the importance of time spent with loved ones. Between friends and family presents a selection of objects from China, Japan and Korea that depict some of the gatherings that …

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Looking at the economy now – so what

By Morf Morford Tacoma Daily Index I am part of the generation whose parents lived through World War II and the Great Depression and whose children are considered millennials. To say the least, the two generations that surround many of us who are still working, who have just retired or …

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iRobot unveils iRobot OS – Gadget

iRobot introduced iRobot OS, an evolution of the company’s Genius Home Intelligence platform. iRobot OS delivers a new level of customer experience for a cleaner, healthier and smarter home. Leveraging iRobot’s growing base of over 20 million connected devices sold, an understanding of the home environment and an advanced computer …

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PCR swabs do not emit harmful radiation

CLAIM: Video shows swabs used for COVID-19 PCR testing contain hazardous radioactive and electromagnetically active residue. AP ASSESSMENT: False. Swabs used in PCR tests are not radioactive and do not emit harmful radiation, experts say. The machine in the video does not measure radioactivity; it measures electromagnetic fields, which could …

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Brian Jungen’s bronze sculpture ‘Couch Monster’ installed outside AGO in Toronto

Dubbed “Couch Monster,” the sculpture is the first large-scale work in bronze by contemporary British Columbia artist Brian Jungen.The Canadian Press Toronto’s newest piece of public art is a massive bronze sculpture of a circus elephant, fashioned from used leather furniture. The Art Gallery of Ontario has unveiled its first-ever …

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National Art School honors artist Colin Lanceley, peer of Arthur Boyd and Sidney Nolan

“Incredible things happened for him when we were overseas and his work was shown in Rome, Paris, New York and London,” Kay said. “It was an extraordinary period of creativity and growth.” Feeling ‘isolated and alone’ upon returning to Sydney in 1981, the Lanceleys bought a warehouse in Surry Hills, …

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“Can objects teach us about reality? » : Ruth Ozeki on her award-winning novel for women | Ruth Ozeki

Jhe first thing Japanese-American author Ruth Ozeki did the morning after winning the Women’s Fiction Award was meditate. “A very short one,” she said when we met at her hotel later. She was so convinced she wasn’t going to win (Meg Mason and Elif Shafak were first) that she planned …

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Create a digital identity for

The company is well positioned to meet the growing demand for RFID and NFC solutions to verify and secure the IoT FREMONT, Calif., May 16, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Identiv, Inc. (NASDAQ: INVE), a global leader in digital security and identification in the Internet of Things (IoT), today announced its comprehensive …

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The best demos to play during this week’s Steam Next Fest

Steam Next Fest is back, once again packing a ridiculous amount of free game demos into a single week, which isn’t nearly long enough to play them all, or even most of them. Many demos are for games you may have seen during non-E3so you are no doubt eager to …

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Sharpen your toddler’s curious mind with these age-appropriate activities

Research on the educational benefits of play is not new; however, the findings have primarily focused on early childhood development due to the importance of the early years for a young, developing brain. “Children’s free play contains the roots of mathematical learning 46% of the time,” according to Kathy Hirsh-Pasek …

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One planet and one common future

Somewhere along our human journey we forgot that we are not the only species on this planet, but just one among millions and millions of species on the planet. We only have one planet and we are all part of a common future… “– Extract from the music album ‘shiva‘ …

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Zehra Jumabhoy on Lubiana Himid

As you step off the elevator in this highly anticipated solo exhibition by 2017 Turner Prize-winning Lubaina Himid, a medley of colorful flags wave as if to welcome you. Yellow, blue and oxblood red, they are adorned with messages such as there could be an endless ocean and why are …

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The world will soon see more New Zealand on screen

Nine projects selected in Te Puna Kairangi’s Final Production Funding Round. A total of nine film and television projects received funding offers in the final round of the Te Puna Kairangi – Premium Productions for International Audiences Fund, which is administered by Te Tumu Whakaata Taonga | New Zealand Film …

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Emmanuelle Becker

Child’s play “Child’s play” is a portfolio of photographs in a category between still lifes and genre scenes. The images are comical, kitsch, strangely disturbing, nostalgic and poetic. They represent strange associations of ugly and futile trinkets, made of porcelain or other materials, moving, abandoned, mismatched, broken toys, time-worn trinkets, …

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Neurolabs, an Edinburgh-based computer vision start-up, scans 3 million euros

Once only spoken in hushed tones in darkened rooms, the still nascent field of synthetic data is beginning to deliver on its promise, with businesses and investors taking notice. Based in Edinburgh Neurolabs raised €3 million in a seed funding round that will allow the company to continue to scale …

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Instagram is mesmerized by this chocolate cello

In an Instagram post, The Piano Guys string together a series of quick cuts that show a cello created from chocolate, set to Harry Styles’ song “As It Was.” It’s absolutely captivating to watch Amaury Guichon (marked in the message) at work; founder of Pastry Academy, Guichon’s social media is …

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AirTag harassment may soon become a crime in these states

States in the United States are taking note of incidents of harassment involving AirTags and are proposing legislation to penalize such activity. Several states across the United States are raising awareness of incidents of harassment involving Air beacons and propose to enact laws to sanction these activities. Airtags and similar …

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Netflix’s ‘Is it Cake’ contestant Justin Ellen makes 6 figures in business

When Justin Ellen received a “random” direct message on Instagram asking him if he would like to be part of a Netflix show called “Is It Cake?” – he thought it was “very sketchy”. It wasn’t until they said there was an interview that he realized, “OK, it’s legit,” said …

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What is Dolby Atmos? An expert on how to get better sound

If you’ve been to the movies in the past 10 years, you’ve probably experienced Dolby Atmos firsthand. And if not, go to the cinema as soon as possible. Originally launched in cinemas in 2012 at Disney’s Brave movie, the “object-based audio format” is responsible for creating that overall sound that …

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The Beach of Life for Aged Bundy Residents

When they can’t visit the beach, residents of an elderly care community in Bundaberg are brought the ocean. Carinity Kepnock Grove Elderly Care Staff have devised innovative ways for seniors to experience the seaside, from the comfort of their own homes. Carinity diversionary therapist Danielle Gibbs said one popular activity …

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Jars Ceramics presents the Dashi collection

New Castle, DE, May 10, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Jars Ceramics presents Dashi, a stoneware collection of eight bowls and three plates. Each bowl shape and glaze are unique and beautiful items that are remarkably functional, food safe and even dishwasher safe. The collection emphasizes bowls because they are for …

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London exhibitions shine spotlight on female artists

FRANCOIS SULTANE shares its seventh monthly column on arts and culture in collaboration with Malta weatherin which it presents a set of must-see international exhibitions highlighting the art of women. Last month I said how thrilled I was by the American and British pavilions in Venice, showing the work of …

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Neil Hamamoto makes a home with the art that makes room

Elizabeth Fazzare: How did you start putting together your own collection? Neil Hamamoto: I’ve carried an iPhone with me almost every day since 2008 when I was 15. My collection really started with my iPhone camera and a special folder of photos I captured of works I wanted to “collect”. …

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Learn how to create vocal effects in GarageBand during an online Today at Apple session

Apple is hosting a special Today at Apple online event on May 9 that will teach people how to create creature voice effects using their voice and GarageBand. The event will see people learning from one of the best – Leff Lefferts of Skywalker Sound. Apple hosts Today at Apple …

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Myopic macular degeneration: causes, risk factors, treatment

Myopic macular degeneration (MMD) is a serious eye condition that can lead to vision loss. Also known as “pathological myopia” and “degenerative myopia”, it most often develops in people with high myopia. Nearsighted people can see near objects but may have trouble seeing more distant objects. We sometimes talk about …

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The Book Briefing: Curtis Sittenfeld, Megan Stack

When Marion Crawford, nanny to then-Princesses Elizabeth and Margaret, published a sweet ghost-written memoir about her life with the Royal Family in the 1950s, it was an instant sensation. The book, “romantic and carefully plotted”, as my colleague Caitlin Flanagan noted in 2006, cataloged all sorts of details that might …

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What do you need to know about NFT today to improve your business tomorrow?

In our modern world, to build a successful business, it is very important to keep up with all the innovations in the market. Of course, the NFT domain attracts more and more investors every day! Moreover, the new NFT digital market appears almost every week. In this article, we will …

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Ankon Mitra frames the frame

At Bikaner House, this Tuesday, Art Positive will unveil among its 22 works Framing the Frame by Ankon Mitra. At first glance, it looks like an antique full of vintage vitality. Then you get closer and the tiny curls reflect the age of antiquity. It’s Ankon’s ode to the family …

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WAYNE THIBAUD (1920 – 2021)

Crafted with decadent shades of oil paint, Wayne Thiebaud’s Yo-yo‘s from 1962 is a visual and sensual delight. The artwork intricately depicts diagonal rows of yo-yos, each with its own brightly colored design. Each yo-yo is treated with unique attention. Cheeky stars, playful swirls and multi-colored bull’s eyes line …

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Rotating Laser Enables Faster and Longer Cell Imaging | Research & Technology | April 2022

FREIBURG, Germany, April 20, 2022 – A microscopy method developed at the University of Freiburg is able to resolve detail at the cellular level without fluorescence, enabling observations 100 to 1000 times longer and 10 to 100 times faster, with almost double the resolution. The technique is called rotating coherent …

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Where was ‘Woke’ filmed on Hulu?

After two years and several filming shutdowns for positive COVID-19 tests, the acclaimed Hulu comedy Wake up returned. Where was Wake up Season 2 filmed? Lamorne Morris as Keef Knight in Hulu’s ‘Woke’ | Mark Hill/Hulu What is ‘Woke’ season 2 about on Hulu? Black cartoonist Keef Knight (Lamorne Morris) …

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Fake firearms, drugs and umbrellas among items seized in Liverpool courts

Liverpool Courts security seized thousands of items from visitors, including fake firearms, knives and protest materials. On entering the Queen Elizabeth II Courthouse, which contains Liverpool’s Crown, Magistrates and Youth Courts, security staff will ask you to empty your pockets, show them the inside of your bag and then to …

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The Chester baker who creates everyday items that are literally good enough to eat

A hot dog in a soft bun sits on the kitchen counter, slathered in just the right amount of ketchup and mustard. But your eyes deceive you as a knife cuts through him and his true identity is revealed. Because it’s not a savory treat, it’s actually a chocolate ganache …

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James Quandt on The Girl and the Spider by Ramon and Silvan Zürcher

Ramon and Silvan Zurcher, The girl and the spider2021, 2K video, color, sound, 98 minutes. Lisa (Liliane Amuat) and Mara (Henriette Confurius). “ALLES GEHT KAPUTT”, a complaint filed late in The girl and the spider (2021), evokes the dominant theme of this precisionist study on entropy and dissolution. Word kaputt, …

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Brooklyn-based Chilean artist Ivan Navarro illuminates history using lights and mirrors

Ivan Navaro builds chairs that aren’t meant to sit on and doors that you can’t get through. Armed with fluorescent and neon lights and mirrors, he diverts everyday objects or architectural installations like ladders, tables, doors, fences and water towers and imbues them with metaphorical meanings criticizing systems of power, …

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Can computers learn common sense?

A few years ago, a computer scientist named Yejin Choi gave a presentation at an artificial intelligence conference in New Orleans. On a screen, she projected an image of a television news where two anchors appeared before the title “STAB CHEESEBURGER.” Choi explained that human beings find it easy to …

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Samsung unveils new Neo QLED 8K TV with all-new tech upgrade

During the Unbox and Discover keynote, Samsung announced what the 2022 models of the Neo QLED 8K TV will bring to the table for users and the environment. The Korean electronics giant is taking a different approach for the 2022 Neo QLED 8K portfolio as, for this year, they’re going …

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SCSU to Offer BS in Cyber ​​Security in Fall | Education

Special for T&D South Carolina State University will offer a bachelor’s degree in the rapidly growing field of cybersecurity beginning in the fall 2022 semester. SC State’s Department of Computer Science and Mathematics has received approval for the Bachelor of Science in Cybersecurity from the South Carolina Commission on Higher …

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Owner of Paul Walker’s sunglasses in his 2013 accident wants them back to his family

Owner of Paul Walker’s sunglasses in his 2013 accident wants them back to his family By Cassie Carpenter for Dailymail.Com Published: 11:41 a.m. EDT, March 31, 2022 | Update: 11:55 a.m. EDT, March 31, 2022 Ghost Adventures producer and host Zak Bagans has acquired the damaged Maui Jim sunglasses Fast …

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Incredible! This Robot Is So Skillful It Can Perfectly Peel A Banana Without Damaging It

You’re pretty good with your hands, buddy! Very A-peeling Our robotic creations are getting smarter and smarter. A new robot created at the University of Tokyo is so smart, in fact, that it can successfully handle the tricky task of peeling a banana — well, at least most of the …

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Arts Wrap: James Tormé at Gonzaga, Julia Sweeney at Fox, gadgets galore and “Masterworks”

Jazz singer James Tormé, son of three-time Grammy Award winner Mel Tormé, will take the stage at the Myrtle Woldson Performing Arts Center with his take on classic and new age jazz at 7:30 p.m. Friday. This performance will close the performing arts center’s “Season in the Spotlight” series. Following …

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Democrats drop Disney World as event location after objections from LGBTQ caucus

Florida Democratic Party Chairman Manny Diaz said the party was choosing “new dates and new locations” for its annual big fundraiser after criticizing the event being held at a Disney-owned property, which has been criticized for its response to legislation that critics have called the ‘Don’t Say Gay’ Bill. The …

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TV this weekend: Life & Beth, WeCrashed and HR are having a busy weekend

Pictures: Hulu, Netflix, Apple TV+ A busy TV weekend brings a host of premieres, including Amy Schumer’s Life and BethWeWork Drama We crashedand Big mouth spin off Human ressources. Plus, Ben Affleck and Ana de Armas bring the thrills to Hulu’s deep waterscollege basketball embraces March Madness, Roku brings The …

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The Best Underrated Anime to Stream on Crunchyroll

Following Sony’s acquisition of Crunchyroll in 2021, and with the recent announcement that all Funimation titles will be merged into Crunchyroll’s lineup by the end of March 2022, there’s no better time to discuss of some of the best anime shows available to stream on Crunchyroll that still deserve a …

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For children with COVID-19, everyday life can be difficult

WASHINGTON — Eight-year-old Brooklynn Chiles fidgets in the hospital bed while waiting for the nurse at Children’s National Hospital. The white paper beneath her crumples as she moves to look at the medical items in the room. She’s had the coronavirus three times, and no one can figure out why. …

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Video: Explore 100 galleries in Art Dubai’s biggest ever edition

Dubai: Art Dubai 2022, the world’s leading platform for art and artists from the Middle East and South, is rounding out its arts program this year with a series of live events and a tiered conference program that caters to a wide range of interests, and interactive family workshops suitable …

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Breaking News: New Martin Art Gallery Exhibition: “Funny Ball”

New Martin Art Gallery exhibition: “Funny Ball” Sculptor and installation artist Claire Lieberman explores the relationship between play and conflict in contemporary culture. Thursday, March 10, 2022 8:56 AM Fun Ball by Claire Lieberman. Photo by Ken Kashian, 2022. A new …

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Ben&Ben share an a capella performance of ‘Sabel’ for International Women’s Day

Filipino indie-folk band Ben&Ben released a live performance of their track “Sabel” on International Women’s Day. The performance, which was uploaded today (March 9) to the band’s YouTube channel, sees the band sitting in a hotel room in Dubai for the acapella performance using everyday items in the room like …

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Former Lancaster resident, best-selling author Christopher McDougall and Pulitzer winner Kathryn Schulz to speak at Midtown Scholar | Entertainment

Pulitzer Prize-winning author Kathryn Schulz and New York Times bestselling author Christopher McDougall will be in conversation during a live, in-person chat at the Midtown Scholar Bookstore in Harrisburg on March 30 from 7-8 p.m. The event will also have a live broadcast option via Zoom. The event supports Schulz’s …

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Homeworth man convicted of driving homicide | News, Sports, Jobs

Morning Journal/Deanne Johnson Defense attorney Ronald Yarwood lays a hand on Joseph Matz’s shoulder as he explains to Judge Scott Washam that Matz was in agony after making bad decisions the night the pick- car he was driving crashed into a house and killed Jennifer Moreland. …

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Babies need lots of active movement and play – and there are simple ways to help them achieve this

(The Conversation is an independent, nonprofit source of news, analysis, and commentary from academic experts.) (THE CONVERSATION) When people set personal fitness goals and establish their exercise routines, there’s one cuddly group that often gets left out: infants! Historically, active infant movement has been seen as a personality characteristic. Infants …

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Finding culture in art – La Gazzetta Italiana

By visiting exhibits at Italian American museums across the United States, visitors can learn about the often overlooked history of Italian immigrants as they struggled to become Italian Americans. From everyday objects to one-of-a-kind handicrafts, the artifacts on display represent the Italian-American journey. Most of these museums developed their marks …

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Bottega Veneta restarts in Milan, DSquared2 spreads the love

MILAN (AP) — Milan Fashion Week wrapped up five staggered days of catwalking for next season, marked both by a sense of relief that strict pandemic rules are easing but by growing distress over war. in Ukraine. “It’s a very sad time, and that’s why we’re trying to bring some …

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A Priest Finds Inspiration to Preach in Corita Kent’s Vibrant Screen Prints

WASHINGTON, DC — Sulpician Father Dominic Ciriaco finds inspiration for preaching in the vibrant silkscreen prints of artist Corita Kent, who created the art as a nun and later as a former nun. And he hopes the seminarians he leads as rector of Theological College in Washington will also be …

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Celebrating diversity in classrooms throughout the year – The News Herald

February marks Black History Month, a time to celebrate the countless contributions made by Black Americans throughout history. From everyday objects like clothes dryers and lawn sprinklers to medical wonders like a heart pacemaker, our stories and our futures are stronger because of the diverse individuals who make up our …

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Snapchat partners with First Languages ​​Australia to launch new lenses

To share Tweeter To share E-mail Snapchat announced its partnership with Australian primary languages to launch a series of language learning lenses that help raise awareness and educate young Australians about Australia’s first languages ​​and indigenous culture. The partnership celebrates International Mother Language Day on Monday 21 February. New Snapchat …

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Opera North Announces Artists for RESONANCE 2022

Opera North today announces the five lead artists who will develop new work as part of this year’s Resonance program for creators of ethnic minority music, supported by the PRS Foundation’s Talent Development Partnership, during residencies in Leeds over the next three months: musician Azizi Cole, whose year-long workshop was …

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A man in a cafe asked Julie Otsuka what she was reading. They dated for two years.

What’s your favorite book that no one else has heard of? “Suicide”, by the French writer Edouard Levé. This book dug a small hole in my heart. Told in the voice of “you” and addressed to a friend who committed suicide 20 years earlier, the novel is a meditation on …

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“Imprinted: Illustrating Race” to display over 200 years of racing illustrations at the Norman Rockwell Museum

Courtesy of the Norman Rockwell MuseumRobert Cunningham. “Olympic Sprinter”, 1980. Acrylic on paper. Collection of the Norman Rockwell Museum. Courtesy of the Norman Rockwell MuseumQadir Nelson. “Say Their Names”, 2020. Cover illustration for The New Yorker, June 12, 2020. Collection of the artist. Courtesy of the Norman Rockwell MuseumQadir Nelson. …

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The Huawei P50 series: an interplay of innovation, enhanced mobile photography and high fashion

The Huawei P50 Pocket includes a smart and intuitive cover screen to easily track incoming notifications. You can even customize your own set of important alerts and information displays, as well as take selfies without having to open the device. You can easily access information from the cover screen, including …

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Ryan Preciado: New Works Exhibited at Canada Gallery, New York

Remember the name Ryan Preciado – he’ll be on the lips of tastemakers for years to come. In January 2022, the 32-year-old artist, designer and curator opened the first solo exhibition dedicated to his handmade furniture and sculptures, “A Cliff to Climb”, now on view at Canada Gallery in New …

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Scientists are developing an all-woven smart display

An international team of scientists has produced an all-woven smart textile display that integrates active electronics, sensing, energy and photonics functions. Functions are built directly into the fibers and yarns, which are manufactured using textile-based industrial processes. The researchers, led by the University of Cambridge, say their approach could lead …

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British Columbia researchers could help save one of the world’s most complex Indigenous languages

A British Columbia-based research team is developing an Indigenous language revitalization plan that could help reclaim one of the most complex First Nations languages ​​in the world. Sara Child and Caroline Running Wolf work to preserve Kwak’wala, an endangered language spoken on the northeast coast of Vancouver Island and the …

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Want to boost community engagement? Take out the building blocks.

EDITOR’S NOTE: The following is an excerpt from the book “Dream Play Build: Practical Community Engagement for Sustainable Spaces and Placesby James Rojas and John Kamp, published by Island Press. In it, the authors make the case for shaking up the traditionally hidden and often acrimonious community meeting format, proposing …

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Humor by Rehana Munir: Five Types of Instagram Accounts

A few years ago, I heard this little gem in a bar: “It’s the best time to be a social scientist, the worst time to live. I am not a nihilist. I am an optimistic misanthrope. These days, social scientists are, of course, busy studying the correlation between lockdown restrictions …

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How Ghostwire: Tokyo fuses Japanese folklore and modern intrigue

Ghostwire: Tokyo, the upcoming game from Japanese developer Tango Gameworks, takes advantage of Tokyo’s technologically advanced environment while incorporating traditional Japanese landmarks such as shrines, temples and torii gates. This mix of here and now and traditional is a departure from the company’s previous games, and Ghostwire: East Tokyo not …

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Market demand for balsa is growing, yields are high

BY IAN MATHEW Balsa has taken the province of East New Britain by storm and those with hundreds or thousands of acres of land at their disposal would laugh to the bank. According to an article published online by Market Research Future in February 2021, the balsa wood industry is …

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Get organized in style with these 10 modern storage solutions

As we are at the end of January, let’s be clear: our mission to completely revamp every space in our homes for the new year has run out of steam a bit, hasn’t it? Luckily, there’s nothing like a shiny new storage solution to rekindle the desire to sort (keep …

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Study of facial pareidolia reveals gender biases in the way we see faces in everyday objects

If you already have imagined you could see a face staring at you from a slice of Swiss cheese, you experienced a phenomenon known as facial pareidolia. It is the scientific name for seeing faces in everyday objects such as food, clouds or plants. Now, new research has found that …

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Women wearing balaclavas march on Wall Street – The Bowdoin Orient

Nora Sullivan Horner The immigrant experience offers new windows to discover the living conditions of the most hegemonic empire that has ever existed. Students of sociology should recognize this as the concept of “outside-in”. I am very hesitant, however, to call myself an outsider in any sense, especially when those …

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Today marks 322 years since the last Cascadia earthquake. Are you ready for the Big One?

January 26 marks 322 years since the last Cascadia Subduction Zone earthquake and tsunami struck the Pacific Northwest, the Oregon Office of Emergency Management reminds us. This week, Oregon Governor Kate Brown designated it as “Cascadia Earthquake Preparedness Week” and urged Oregonians to prepare. The occasion is a good reason …

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WHAT’S ON NOW // Six art exhibitions and public installations to see right now – Scout Magazine

Above: 900 oranges by Gathie Falk. All photos by Kristin Lim. Immerse yourself in the work of three prominent Vancouver artists, Evan Lee, Steven Shearer, and Elizabeth Zvonar, in three solo exhibitions currently on view. Plus, new public art to see. EVAN LEE | Last chance to see the Evan …

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Unleash the tiger with whiskeys and cognacs for Chinese New Year 2022

Shopping for whiskeys for Chinese New Year 2022? In an extended blink of an eye, the Chinese New Year 2022 is ready to bend around the corner. A little over a month after the profusion of Christmas festivities where mulled wine and eggnog are drunk copiously, it’s another round of …

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Covid News: US website launched for free home testing, with some issues

Medical staff at Western Reserve Hospital in Cuyahoga Falls, Ohio.Credit…Shannon Stapleton/Reuters Healthcare workers in two dozen states must be fully vaccinated against the coronavirus by March 15 after a Supreme Court ruling last week, a decision that left some already understaffed hospital systems to prepare to possibly lose workers just …

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Dvision Network Deploys on Polygon Mainnet as Widespread Interest in the Metaverse Continues

Disclaimer: The text below is a press release that was not written by Cryptonews.com. division network is currently live on Polygon Mainnet, further solidifying their position as the definitive multi-chain metaverse protocol. It should be noted that Dvision Network recently held its first major and de facto largest LAND sale …

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