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New York Post
NYC developers hope cool graffiti can sell hot housesMomo — a New Orleans-based artist whose murals have adorned residential and com
New York Post / Posted 6 days ago
Momo — a New Orleans-based artist whose murals have adorned residential and commercial facades around America and Europe — spent last week in Manhattan completing his latest commission. But this work is inside, at the 864-unit Mercedes House rental... Read more
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The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press
House With Private Museum Goes On The Market In QuiogueHmm, spend the weekend relaxing at your beautiful waterfront estate, or go visi
The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press / Posted 15 days ago
Hmm, spend the weekend relaxing at your beautiful waterfront estate, or go visit an art museum? This will not be a dilemma at all for the buyer of 607 Main Street on Quiogue. The mansion, just listed for $23,450,000 (via Tim Davis at Corcoran), has... Read more
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Sun Star
A tribute to Filipino ancestrysymbolisms that breathed life into old Filipino beliefs. The belief in the afte
Sun Star / Posted 16 days ago
symbolisms that breathed life into old Filipino beliefs. The belief in the afterlife—fertility gods and the worship of the sun and soil that gave life to fruit-bearing crops that provided for every family, symbolized by mountain shapes and... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Datebook: Chagall's buoyant stage designs, an alt arts festival kicks off, photography about the borderAn artist’s dramatic stage renderings. An arts festival involving desert walks
Los Angeles Times / Posted 20 days ago
An artist’s dramatic stage renderings. An arts festival involving desert walks and tightrope walking. And a show in San Diego takes a look at the border as depicted in photography. Here are five exhibitions and events to check out in the coming... Read more
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The Irish Times
Where to stay, rent and buy on the Beara PeninsulaWest Cork really stands up to scrutiny. It has spectacular scenery and the food
The Irish Times / Posted 26 days ago
West Cork really stands up to scrutiny. It has spectacular scenery and the food and drink offer is first class – with many household grocery names having started life as cottage industries here. The English, Germans, Dutch and French who fell in love... Read more

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