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WXIA-TV Atlanta
Shiba Russell is the newest anchor of Atlanta Alive, coming to 11Alive from NBC 4 New York.
Shiba Russell
WXIA-TV Atlanta / Posted 10 hours ago
is the newest anchor of Atlanta Alive, coming to 11Alive from NBC 4 New York. She is is an Emmy award winning journalist who has covered breaking news stories across the country. Russell co-anchored NBC 4 New York's 5 p.m. and 11 p.m.... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
What is a Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, anyway? The question George Lucas leaves behindIt won’t be in those giant daubs of Marshmallow Fluff he wanted to occupy in Ch
What is a Lucas Museum of Narrative Art, anyway? The question George Lucas leaves behind
Chicago Tribune / Posted 11 hours ago
It won’t be in those giant daubs of Marshmallow Fluff he wanted to occupy in Chicago, it turns out. Not now, not after Friends of the Parks elected not to be friends of the project, and a federal judge agreed that they might have a point about not... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Daredevil of the Auction WorldChristie’s, the auction house, celebrates its two-hundred-and-fiftieth annivers
The Daredevil of the Auction World
The New Yorker / Posted yesterday
Christie’s, the auction house, celebrates its two-hundred-and-fiftieth anniversary this year, and over time the origins of certain company traditions have become obscure. Nobody is certain, for example, why the examination that art works undergo upon... Read more
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WBGO-FM Newark
Conversations with Allan WolperListen On Demand Allan Wolper talks to Letitia JamesMay 6, 2016 New York City
Conversations with Allan Wolper
WBGO-FM Newark / Posted 2 days ago
Listen On Demand Allan Wolper talks to Letitia JamesMay 6, 2016 New York City Public Advocate Letitia James is a fierce fighter for low income tenants facing eviction from predatory landlords. James is pained by the fact 60,000 people have to sleep... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Meet William Merritt Chase, The Man Who Taught America's MastersGeorgia O'Keeffe, Edward Hopper and George Bellows were very different artists,
Meet William Merritt Chase, The Man Who Taught America's Masters
KERA North Texas / Posted 2 days ago
Georgia O'Keeffe, Edward Hopper and George Bellows were very different artists, but they did have at least one thing in common: They all studied with painter William Merritt Chase. Now, the Phillips Collection in Washington, D.C., is marking the... Read more
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examiner.com
Game of Thrones Battle of Bastards in staggering numbersVeronica Bruno is a photojournalist and photographer who has won awards for her
Game of Thrones Battle of Bastards in staggering numbers
examiner.com / Posted 4 days ago
Veronica Bruno is a photojournalist and photographer who has won awards for her stories, wild horse photos, and portraits. As a journalist for Big Apple Parent, Chelsea News, and West Side Spirit in the New York City area, as well as Ambassador... Read more
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The Buffalo News
The biography Diane Arbus always deservedNONFICTION Diane Arbus: Portrait of a Photographer By Arthur Lubow 732 pages
The biography Diane Arbus always deserved
The Buffalo News / Posted 4 days ago
NONFICTION Diane Arbus: Portrait of a Photographer By Arthur Lubow 732 pages with a 16-page black-and-white insert, $35 By Anthony Bannon Diane Arbus knew that the business of photography is to stop time and expose what otherwise would have been... Read more
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Asian journal
Teenage Filipina’s oil painting goes to The Met in NYC[Note from columnist Prosy Abarquez-Delacruz, J.D.: Since we recently celebrate
Teenage Filipina’s oil painting goes to The Met in NYC
Asian journal / Posted 5 days ago
[Note from columnist Prosy Abarquez-Delacruz, J.D.: Since we recently celebrated Father’s Day, I thought it would be appropriate to showcase a father, Dodjie Simon, who wrote this essay about his daughter, Grace Ysabel Simon, for my column this... Read more
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Orillia Packet & Times
Artists work their magicStreets Alive opened the new summer street art project for 2016 Saturday. I al
Artists work their magic
Orillia Packet & Times / Posted 8 days ago
Streets Alive opened the new summer street art project for 2016 Saturday. I always wonder how in the world artists will interpret the theme Leslie Fournier picks. Doors? What the heck? Chairs? Planters? Every year, my brain cells melt knowing I'd be... Read more
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Lowell Sun
'Famous Faces' a portrait showcase at Whistler HouseNancy Ellen Craig was a contemporary portrait artist often compared to earlier
'Famous Faces' a portrait showcase at Whistler House
Lowell Sun / Posted 9 days ago
Nancy Ellen Craig was a contemporary portrait artist often compared to earlier grand masters like Thomas Eakins and John Singer Sargent. In a career spanning many decades, she painted the social, intellectual and political elite of the 20th... Read more
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Christian Today
Does Christianity stifle creativity?Isn't it great to be free! Especially free to be creative. Doesn't religion sha
Does Christianity stifle creativity?
Christian Today / Posted 9 days ago
Isn't it great to be free! Especially free to be creative. Doesn't religion shackle creativity? Isn't it just better to be ourselves and express ourselves? So runs the somewhat narrow and simplistic narrative of some of our culture. Does Christianity... Read more
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The Columbus Dispatch
Renovated Main Library opens Saturday, puts focus on people How the Main Library now sheathed in glass and physically connected to a city
Renovated Main Library opens Saturday, puts focus on people
The Columbus Dispatch / Posted 11 days ago
How the Main Library now sheathed in glass and physically connected to a city park is reinventing itself and the Discovery District downtown. Local When the Main Library first reopened in... Read more
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The Seattle Times
In Seattle art world, women run the showA large, pop surrealist painting of an African-American girl hangs on the wall
In Seattle art world, women run the show
The Seattle Times / Posted 12 days ago
A large, pop surrealist painting of an African-American girl hangs on the wall of artist Tariqa Waters’ Pioneer Square gallery, Martyr Sauce. The little girl glares down at the viewer, her eyes wide and furious. No wonder she’s mad. She’s muzzled by... Read more
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Arts Journal
Broken Link: Sree Sreenivasan, Metropolitan Museum’s Chief Digital Officer, to DepartThis bombshell (in the form of an internal memo) has just been dropped by Thoma
Broken Link: Sree Sreenivasan, Metropolitan Museum’s Chief Digital Officer, to Depart
Arts Journal / Posted 13 days ago
This bombshell (in the form of an internal memo) has just been dropped by Thomas Campbell and Daniel Weiss, director and president, respectively, of the Metropolitan Museum. (Photos, text in italics and links are mine, not theirs): We wanted to... Read more
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MLive.com
Summer Classics Return to the Michigan Theater with "High Society"Cinema Chat - 6/16/16Cinetopia Festival 2016 a success!! Ultimately over 22,00
Summer Classics Return to the Michigan Theater with "High Society"
MLive.com / Posted 13 days ago
Cinema Chat - 6/16/16Cinetopia Festival 2016 a success!! Ultimately over 22,000 people will have experienced Michigan's fastest growing International Film Festival - Cinetopia! There were 120 screening of 55 films, which played in more than a dozen... Read more
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Daily Mail
Karolína Kurková is a vision in cutout dress as she attends screeningOh mama! Karolína Kurková shows off slim frame seven months after welcoming son
Karolína Kurková is a vision in cutout dress as she attends screening
Daily Mail / Posted 14 days ago
Oh mama! Karolína Kurková shows off slim frame seven months after welcoming son as she chats about fashion movie in Florida Karolína Kurková stunned at the Faena Hotel Miami Beach where they had a screening of The First Monday In May. After the... Read more
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Bolton News
Bury venue to reopen with big acts after following £4.6million refurbishmentThe Met is welcoming a a huge line-up of special shows and guests when it opens
Bury venue to reopen with big acts after following £4.6million refurbishment
Bolton News / Posted 14 days ago
The Met is welcoming a a huge line-up of special shows and guests when it opens its doors at the end of this year. It has undergone a £4.6 million transformation following a major funding boost to renovate the historic building. A £4.6 million... Read more
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The Atlantic
The Unbelievable Tale of Jesus’s WifeOn a humid afternoon this past November, I pulled off Interstate 75 into a stre
The Unbelievable Tale of Jesus’s Wife
The Atlantic / Posted 15 days ago
On a humid afternoon this past November, I pulled off Interstate 75 into a stretch of Florida pine forest tangled with runaway vines. My GPS was homing in on the house of a man I thought might hold the master key to one of the strangest scholarly... Read more
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Daily Mail
Lauren Bush Lauren shares sweet snap of baby James 'flirting''Ladies' man in the making!' as she catches up with friends on the front stoop
Lauren Bush Lauren shares sweet snap of baby James 'flirting'
Daily Mail / Posted 15 days ago
'Ladies' man in the making!' as she catches up with friends on the front stoop of her New York City home The 31-year-old FEED founder took to Instagram on Tuesday to share a snapshot of... Read more
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Evening Standard
Diana's evening gown sells for almost £100,000 at London auctionAn iconic sequinned designer dress worn by Diana, Princess of Wales, has been s
Diana's evening gown sells for almost £100,000 at London auction
Evening Standard / Posted 16 days ago
An iconic sequinned designer dress worn by Diana, Princess of Wales, has been sold for almost £100,000 at a London auction. The shimmering gown, which is split to the knee and has accentuated shoulder pads, was commissioned for the Princess in 1986... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Lines of distinction: Seattle Art Museum exhibit shows range, diversity of Graphic MastersWhen a Seattle-area art collector purchased a first edition of Francisco Goya’s
Lines of distinction: Seattle Art Museum exhibit shows range, diversity of Graphic Masters
The Seattle Times / Posted 16 days ago
When a Seattle-area art collector purchased a first edition of Francisco Goya’s print cycle, “Los Caprichos,” last year and agreed to lend it to the Seattle Art Museum, SAM curator Chiyo Ishikawa knew she had a cornerstone on which to build a major... Read more
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The Manila Times
Japan Foundation mounts ‘100 designs’ exhibitJune 14, 2016 7:10 pm Avant garde fashion designer Issey Miyake’s No. 1 Dress
Japan Foundation mounts ‘100 designs’ exhibit
The Manila Times / Posted 16 days ago
June 14, 2016 7:10 pm Avant garde fashion designer Issey Miyake’s No. 1 Dress in all its gorgeously pleated glory; the finely crafted children’s Bentwood Cycle made of local beech wood; the seemingly... Read more
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examiner.com
West Palm Beach confirms CANVAS is comingThe year 2015 is when it all began. West Palm Beach was bestowed with a breatht
West Palm Beach confirms CANVAS is coming
examiner.com / Posted 18 days ago
The year 2015 is when it all began. West Palm Beach was bestowed with a breathtaking cultural event that was on the same scale as the prestigious Art Basel. No longer just a metropolitan of professional office buildings, designer desired shopping,... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Essential Arts & Culture: 'Hamilton' fever at the Tonys, Cindy Sherman at the Broad and the arrival of the Hammer's Made in L.A.I’m Laurie Ochoa, arts and entertainment editor at the Los Angeles Times, filli
Essential Arts & Culture: 'Hamilton' fever at the Tonys, Cindy Sherman at the Broad and the arrival of the Hammer's Made in L.A.
Los Angeles Times / Posted 18 days ago
I’m Laurie Ochoa, arts and entertainment editor at the Los Angeles Times, filling in for the vacationing Carolina A. Miranda, and this is your weekly update on everything arts and culture in the Southland and beyond. The ‘Hamilton’ effect at the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get lessThey don't come cheap. Gender pay gap in the arts: Sydney Opera House chief ex
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get less
Brisbane Times / Posted 19 days ago
They don't come cheap. Gender pay gap in the arts: Sydney Opera House chief executive Louise Herron. Photo: Rob Homer The six-figure salaries paid to the heads of major cultural institutions place them among Australia's highest income earners -... Read more
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WA Today
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get lessThey don't come cheap. Gender pay gap in the arts: Sydney Opera House chief ex
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get less
WA Today / Posted 19 days ago
They don't come cheap. Gender pay gap in the arts: Sydney Opera House chief executive Louise Herron. Photo: Rob Homer The six-figure salaries paid to the heads of major cultural institutions place them among Australia's highest income earners -... Read more
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The Age
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get lessGender pay gap in the arts: Sydney Opera House chief executive Louise Herron. P
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get less
The Age / Posted 19 days ago
Gender pay gap in the arts: Sydney Opera House chief executive Louise Herron. Photo: Rob Homer They don't come cheap. The six-figure salaries paid to the heads of major cultural institutions place them among Australia's highest income earners -... Read more
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Canberra Times
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get lessThey don't come cheap. Gender pay gap in the arts: Sydney Opera House chief ex
What arts bosses in Australia earn, and how women get less
Canberra Times / Posted 19 days ago
They don't come cheap. Gender pay gap in the arts: Sydney Opera House chief executive Louise Herron. Photo: Rob Homer The six-figure salaries paid to the heads of major cultural institutions place them among Australia's highest income earners -... Read more
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19d
Mashable
Where to celebrate LGBT Pride all across the U.S.Pride — it's that special time of year when LGBTQ folks and their allies come t
Where to celebrate LGBT Pride all across the U.S.
Mashable / Posted 19 days ago
Pride — it's that special time of year when LGBTQ folks and their allies come together to celebrate with parades, booze and free pens from Bank of America. But there's more to Pride than corporate giveaways and house music floats, and it happens in... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
Houston emerges as a cultured cityIn the early 20th century, ambitious and civic-minded Americans bent their effo
Houston emerges as a cultured city
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 20 days ago
In the early 20th century, ambitious and civic-minded Americans bent their efforts to turning their hometowns into sophisticated cities. Maybe none did so with more zeal than Houstonians. It was not enough for Houston to have jobs. Real cities had... Read more
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examiner.com
Sting and Friend, Artist Bill Jacklin Talked About the Inspiration of NYCVeronica Bruno is a photojournalist and photographer who has won awards for her
Sting and Friend, Artist Bill Jacklin Talked About the Inspiration of NYC
examiner.com / Posted 20 days ago
Veronica Bruno is a photojournalist and photographer who has won awards for her stories, wild horse photos, and portraits. As a journalist for Big Apple Parent, Chelsea News, and West Side Spirit in the New York City area, as well as Ambassador... Read more
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Kiama Independent
World's best urban squares to visitWhy the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are pla
World's best urban squares to visit
Kiama Independent / Posted 20 days ago
Why the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are places to remember. In Jackson Square in New Orleans, you can sit in sunshine and munch sugar doughnuts, accompanied by cream-loaded chicory coffee. In Plaza de Armas in... Read more
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Manning River Times
World's best urban squares to visitWhy the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are pla
World's best urban squares to visit
Manning River Times / Posted 20 days ago
Why the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are places to remember. In Jackson Square in New Orleans, you can sit in sunshine and munch sugar doughnuts, accompanied by cream-loaded chicory coffee. In Plaza de Armas in... Read more
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Goondiwindi Argus
World's best urban squares to visitWhy the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are pla
World's best urban squares to visit
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 20 days ago
Why the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are places to remember. In Jackson Square in New Orleans, you can sit in sunshine and munch sugar doughnuts, accompanied by cream-loaded chicory coffee. In Plaza de Armas in... Read more
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The North West Star
World's best urban squares to visitWhy the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are pla
World's best urban squares to visit
The North West Star / Posted 20 days ago
Why the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are places to remember. In Jackson Square in New Orleans, you can sit in sunshine and munch sugar doughnuts, accompanied by cream-loaded chicory coffee. In Plaza de Armas in... Read more
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Daily Liberal
World's best urban squares to visitWhy the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are pla
World's best urban squares to visit
Daily Liberal / Posted 20 days ago
Why the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are places to remember. In Jackson Square in New Orleans, you can sit in sunshine and munch sugar doughnuts, accompanied by cream-loaded chicory coffee. In Plaza de Armas in... Read more
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The Border Mail
World's best urban squares to visitWhy the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are pla
World's best urban squares to visit
The Border Mail / Posted 20 days ago
Why the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are places to remember. In Jackson Square in New Orleans, you can sit in sunshine and munch sugar doughnuts, accompanied by cream-loaded chicory coffee. In Plaza de Armas in... Read more
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Illawarra Mercury
World's best urban squares to visitWhy the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are pla
World's best urban squares to visit
Illawarra Mercury / Posted 20 days ago
Why the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are places to remember. In Jackson Square in New Orleans, you can sit in sunshine and munch sugar doughnuts, accompanied by cream-loaded chicory coffee. In Plaza de Armas in... Read more
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The Courier
World's best urban squares to visitWhy the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are pla
World's best urban squares to visit
The Courier / Posted 20 days ago
Why the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are places to remember. In Jackson Square in New Orleans, you can sit in sunshine and munch sugar doughnuts, accompanied by cream-loaded chicory coffee. In Plaza de Armas in... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
World's best urban squares to visitWhy the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are pla
World's best urban squares to visit
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 20 days ago
Why the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are places to remember. In Jackson Square in New Orleans, you can sit in sunshine and munch sugar doughnuts, accompanied by cream-loaded chicory coffee. In Plaza de Armas in... Read more
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The Young Witness
World's best urban squares to visitWhy the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are pla
World's best urban squares to visit
The Young Witness / Posted 20 days ago
Why the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are places to remember. In Jackson Square in New Orleans, you can sit in sunshine and munch sugar doughnuts, accompanied by cream-loaded chicory coffee. In Plaza de Armas in... Read more
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Western Advocate
World's best urban squares to visitWhy the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are pla
World's best urban squares to visit
Western Advocate / Posted 20 days ago
Why the world’s great urban squares still draw us in. The best squares are places to remember. In Jackson Square in New Orleans, you can sit in sunshine and munch sugar doughnuts, accompanied by cream-loaded chicory coffee. In Plaza de Armas in... Read more
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ABC News
Duchess Kate Steps Out in a Cut-Out Dress Duchess Kate attends SportsAid's 40th anniversary dinner in London, June 9, 2
Duchess Kate Steps Out in a Cut-Out Dress
ABC News / Posted 21 days ago
Duchess Kate attends SportsAid's 40th anniversary dinner in London, June 9, 2016. On arrival, The Duchess will met SportsAid ambassadors and young athletes who will be competing in the Rio 2016 Olympics at a... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Aspen Times Weekly: Most Anticipated Summer Arts Events, 2016A lot of summer getaway destinations have found a niche in the arts — Tanglewoo
Aspen Times Weekly: Most Anticipated Summer Arts Events, 2016
The Aspen Times / Posted 21 days ago
A lot of summer getaway destinations have found a niche in the arts — Tanglewood for classical music, for instance, or Jacob’s Pillow for dance. But where else except Aspen could you, on any given summer day, see world-class contemporary art and have... Read more
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examiner.com
Beautiful People and Champagne at the Veuve Clicquot Polo ClassicVeronica Bruno is a photojournalist and photographer who has won awards for her
Beautiful People and Champagne at the Veuve Clicquot Polo Classic
examiner.com / Posted 21 days ago
Veronica Bruno is a photojournalist and photographer who has won awards for her stories, wild horse photos, and portraits. As a journalist for Big Apple Parent, Chelsea News, and West Side Spirit in the New York City area, as well as Ambassador... Read more
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BBC News
The legacy of segregation in Muhammad Ali's hometown - BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video &
The legacy of segregation in Muhammad Ali's hometown
BBC News / Posted 22 days ago
- BBC News Accessibility links BBC navigation Entertainment & Arts Video & Audio Also in the News Special Reports The Reporters Have Your Say US Election 2016 The legacy of segregation in... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
Farewell to John Margolies, who glorified the diners and motels of roadside America and left us 13,000 photosTravelers, let us now raise a glass--or perhaps a curvy old Coca-Cola bottle, f
Farewell to John Margolies, who glorified the diners and motels of roadside America and left us 13,000 photos
Los Angeles Times / Posted 22 days ago
Travelers, let us now raise a glass--or perhaps a curvy old Coca-Cola bottle, freshly pried from a vintage service station fridge--to John Margolies, author, photographer, lecturer, road-trip royalty. Before Margolies came along, there was a little... Read more
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Aircraft Maintenance Technology
MIA Unveils Newest Exhibition by Mario BencomoMario Bencomo: Elegy to Poetry/Le Cabinet de Poésie, which features a series of
MIA Unveils Newest Exhibition by Mario Bencomo
Aircraft Maintenance Technology / Posted 22 days ago
Mario Bencomo: Elegy to Poetry/Le Cabinet de Poésie, which features a series of drawings and handmade books inspired by the work of poets from diverse cultures and languages, is now on display at Miami International Airport. The inaugural exhibition... Read more
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Staten Island Advance
The Met will share social media secrets at Snug HarborSTATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Staten Island cultural and non-profit leaders will have a
The Met will share social media secrets at Snug Harbor
Staten Island Advance / Posted 23 days ago
STATEN ISLAND, N.Y. — Staten Island cultural and non-profit leaders will have a chance to learn some of the intricacies of social media from a gentleman who Fast Company magazine named one of the Most Creative People of the year last year when Sree... Read more
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Daily Mail
Lauren Bush Lauren and her son James wear matching stripes in New YorkInherited style! Lauren Bush Lauren and her six-month-old son James sport match
Lauren Bush Lauren and her son James wear matching stripes in New York
Daily Mail / Posted 23 days ago
Inherited style! Lauren Bush Lauren and her six-month-old son James sport matching stripes as they enjoy a stroll in New York The 31-year-old FEED founder was joined by her nanny on Monday as she walked her son across Manhattan's High Line, an... Read more
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