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Lake Tahoe News
Yosemite - a place for everyoneacross the roadway and through Camp Curry’s grizzled old apple orchard and park
Yosemite - a place for everyone
Lake Tahoe News / Posted an hour ago
across the roadway and through Camp Curry’s grizzled old apple orchard and parking lot to the popular ice cream vendor’s window just around the corner from the Camp Curry cafeteria. Every evening, just before dark, we’d put on our light sweaters... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
John “Jack” Koehlerhe so adored. He volunteered with many organizations throughout the community.
John “Jack” Koehler
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 3 hours ago
he so adored. He volunteered with many organizations throughout the community. A few notables are curator of his very own museum, Weatherly Area Community Museum, which opened in 2012 in the old LVRR dispatcher’s office; treasurer for more than 50... Read more
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The Hazleton Standard-Speaker
‘Mr. Weatherly,’ Koehler dead at 89known to many, was the borough historian. But he held a plethora of other title
‘Mr. Weatherly,’ Koehler dead at 89
The Hazleton Standard-Speaker / Posted 3 hours ago
known to many, was the borough historian. But he held a plethora of other titles that ranged from veteran to mailman, museum curator to treasurer, humanitarian to family man ... even hero. “When you’re a kid in school, they ask you to write... Read more
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Daily Herald
Fan-made 'Star Trek' sets become tourist attraction in NYsomething that people feel really compelled by." Dubbed "The Wild Rumpus," the
Fan-made 'Star Trek' sets become tourist attraction in NY
Daily Herald / Posted 5 hours ago
something that people feel really compelled by." Dubbed "The Wild Rumpus," the installation at Tower Hill was inspired by wind whipping through four hilltop spires on the grounds. A "flying wall," as Dougherty calls it, will weave through the... Read more
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Brandon Sun
Fan-made 'Star Trek' sets become tourist attraction in NYsomething that people feel really compelled by." Dubbed "The Wild Rumpus," the
Fan-made 'Star Trek' sets become tourist attraction in NY
Brandon Sun / Posted 5 hours ago
something that people feel really compelled by." Dubbed "The Wild Rumpus," the installation at Tower Hill was inspired by wind whipping through four hilltop spires on the grounds. A "flying wall," as Dougherty calls it, will weave through the... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Branching out: Stick sculptor gains global followingsomething that people feel really compelled by." Dubbed "The Wild Rumpus," the
Branching out: Stick sculptor gains global following
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 5 hours ago
something that people feel really compelled by." Dubbed "The Wild Rumpus," the installation at Tower Hill was inspired by wind whipping through four hilltop spires on the grounds. A "flying wall," as Dougherty calls it, will weave through the... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
Fan-made 'Star Trek' sets become tourist attraction in NYsomething that people feel really compelled by." Dubbed "The Wild Rumpus," the
Fan-made 'Star Trek' sets become tourist attraction in NY
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 5 hours ago
something that people feel really compelled by." Dubbed "The Wild Rumpus," the installation at Tower Hill was inspired by wind whipping through four hilltop spires on the grounds. A "flying wall," as Dougherty calls it, will weave through the... Read more
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The Seattle Times
Fan-made 'Star Trek' sets become tourist attraction in NYsomething that people feel really compelled by.” Dubbed “The Wild Rumpus,” the
Fan-made 'Star Trek' sets become tourist attraction in NY
The Seattle Times / Posted 6 hours ago
something that people feel really compelled by.” Dubbed “The Wild Rumpus,” the installation at Tower Hill was inspired by wind whipping through four hilltop spires on the grounds. A “flying wall,” as Dougherty calls it, will weave through the... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Fan-made 'Star Trek' sets become tourist attraction in NYsomething that people feel really compelled by." Dubbed "The Wild Rumpus," the
Fan-made 'Star Trek' sets become tourist attraction in NY
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 6 hours ago
something that people feel really compelled by." Dubbed "The Wild Rumpus," the installation at Tower Hill was inspired by wind whipping through four hilltop spires on the grounds. A "flying wall," as Dougherty calls it, will weave through the... Read more
13 related stories
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The Hendersonville Times-News
Branching out: Stick sculptor gains global followingsomething that people feel really compelled by." Dubbed "The Wild Rumpus," the
Branching out: Stick sculptor gains global following
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 6 hours ago
something that people feel really compelled by." Dubbed "The Wild Rumpus," the installation at Tower Hill was inspired by wind whipping through four hilltop spires on the grounds. A "flying wall," as Dougherty calls it, will weave through the... Read more
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USA Today
The real history of Native American team namesstory. Kevin Gover punctuates this point with a rueful smile. He is director o
The real history of Native American team names
USA Today / Posted 6 hours ago
story. Kevin Gover punctuates this point with a rueful smile. He is director of the Smithsonian Institution’s National Museum of the American Indian and a citizen of the Pawnee Tribe of Oklahoma. The Capitol dome looms outside the windows of... Read more
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Bay Area Reporter
FogustVIP tables. Thu-Sat 7pm. Thru Sept 17. 298 11th St. www.sfoasis.com The Golden
Fogust
Bay Area Reporter / Posted 7 hours ago
VIP tables. Thu-Sat 7pm. Thru Sept 17. 298 11th St. www.sfoasis.com The Golden Age of Physique Photography@ GLBT History Museum Collector John Fagundes shares a slideshow and talk about the beautful sexy history of male muscle imagery,... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
The essential guide to Alaska's national parksparks of Alaska: "In the stillness of Denali, two sounds dominate the landscap
The essential guide to Alaska's national parks
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 10 hours ago
parks of Alaska: "In the stillness of Denali, two sounds dominate the landscape: the river (and its tributaries) and the wind." - Justin Ralls, composer and conductor This subarctic wilderness is home to North America's tallest mountain... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Seagull security dog ruffles feathers at maritime museumAustralian National Maritime Museum recruits seagull security dog Bailey He ha
Seagull security dog ruffles feathers at maritime museum
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 11 hours ago
Australian National Maritime Museum recruits seagull security dog Bailey He has the eye of a sailor, flies with the wind and lives 24 hours on the job. Meet Bailey, a rescue working dog and the Australian National Maritime Museum's newest... Read more
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The Arizona Republic
Experience the Grand Canyon in a daySouth Kaibab and Bright Angel trails. Step aside, remain still and follow any i
Experience the Grand Canyon in a day
The Arizona Republic / Posted 17 hours ago
South Kaibab and Bright Angel trails. Step aside, remain still and follow any instructions from the wrangler. Two roads wind past the South Rim's overlooks: Hermit Road goes west from Grand Canyon Village and Desert View Drive goes... Read more
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Quartz
Qatar’s oil boom created the world’s most extravagant art scene—and also led to its demiseknown for his multi-million dollar sculpture of a shark floating in formaldehyd
Qatar’s oil boom created the world’s most extravagant art scene—and also led to its demise
Quartz / Posted 21 hours ago
known for his multi-million dollar sculpture of a shark floating in formaldehyde—was in town on official business. Qatar Museums (QM) had ponied up over $20 million to fund a retrospective of his work and commission a series of pieces. He had... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Another artifact at US museum 'may have been stolen'Culture website) The artifact is a sandstone sculpture featuring a horse which
Another artifact at US museum 'may have been stolen'
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 21 hours ago
Culture website) The artifact is a sandstone sculpture featuring a horse which represents the mount of Phra Pai, or God of Wind in Hindu belief. It appears on the museum’s webpage. Tanongsak Hanpong, leader of Samnuek 100 Ong conservation group,... Read more
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Evening Standard
Things to do in London this Bank Holiday weekendand a world away from just about everywhere else around. See it, you must. 13/
Things to do in London this Bank Holiday weekend
Evening Standard / Posted 22 hours ago
and a world away from just about everywhere else around. See it, you must. 13/50 Be swept away at the Royal Air Force museum Royal Air Force museum, Grahame Park Way, NW9 5LL, rafmuseum.org.ukMore than 100 historic craft sit here, helping... Read more
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Daily Herald
John Fogerty rolls into Raviniato 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 27 and 28Rock on the river Chicago's big s
John Fogerty rolls into Ravinia
Daily Herald / Posted yesterday
to 5 p.m. Saturday and Sunday, Aug. 27 and 28Rock on the river Chicago's big summer music festival season is starting to wind down some (the upcoming North Coast and Riot Fest notwithstanding), but it's still pretty easy to find a full day of... Read more
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Island Packet
Reader submitted photos for Jan-April, 2016submitted this photo of Hilton Head Island’s Junior Level Scouts pictured with
Reader submitted photos for Jan-April, 2016
Island Packet / Posted yesterday
submitted this photo of Hilton Head Island’s Junior Level Scouts pictured with David Arnal, beekeeper for Coastal Discovery Museum. The troop, working toward their Bronze Award, chose to provide new bee hives for Coastal Discovery. The scouts built... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The world's 10 most overcrowded islandsyears old. Government buildings stand on crumbling stilts with exposed rebar, t
The world's 10 most overcrowded islands
Daily Telegraph / Posted yesterday
years old. Government buildings stand on crumbling stilts with exposed rebar, the concrete spalled away by a constant salty wind off the ocean. Raw sewage pools in the streets. There are occasional outbreaks of cholera and dengue fever. The hospital... Read more
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PhysOrg
Mystery of 'eclipse wind' solved after 300 yearspartial solar eclipse across the UK – was more than just a trick of the mind, s
Mystery of 'eclipse wind' solved after 300 years
PhysOrg / Posted yesterday
partial solar eclipse across the UK – was more than just a trick of the mind, scientists have confirmed. The 'eclipse wind' is a change in wind direction as the moon temporarily blocks out the sun, but up until now scientists have been baffled... Read more
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Evening Standard
Coq au vin for a quid: Get French dishes for £1 in Londonand a world away from just about everywhere else around. See it, you must. 13/
Coq au vin for a quid: Get French dishes for £1 in London
Evening Standard / Posted 2 days ago
and a world away from just about everywhere else around. See it, you must. 13/50 Be swept away at the Royal Air Force museum Royal Air Force museum, Grahame Park Way, NW9 5LL, rafmuseum.org.ukMore than 100 historic craft sit here, helping... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Global warming: Good for big whalesdiets. The melt thins sea-ice density, which eases movement for whales and thei
Global warming: Good for big whales
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 2 days ago
diets. The melt thins sea-ice density, which eases movement for whales and their prey, and it revs up sea storms and wind, which helps nutrients reach the surface. To get a sense of how massive this shift is, consider this: Summer sea ice... Read more
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Sun-Sentinel
The battle to protect Hearst Castle and its priceless artwork from dangerous wildfireconcerns. No artwork had been removed from the castle as of Monday afternoon,
The battle to protect Hearst Castle and its priceless artwork from dangerous wildfire
Sun-Sentinel / Posted 2 days ago
concerns. No artwork had been removed from the castle as of Monday afternoon, Colligan said. The castle’s doors and windows have been closed to keep out smoke. None of the castle’s collections have been reported damaged by smoke or soot.... Read more
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Animation World Network
Victoria & Albert Museum to Present Stop-Motion Animation Study DayTo mark the final weeks of its Clangers, Bagpuss & Co. Smallfilms exhibition, t
Victoria & Albert Museum to Present Stop-Motion Animation Study Day
Animation World Network / Posted 2 days ago
To mark the final weeks of its Clangers, Bagpuss & Co. Smallfilms exhibition, the Victoria & Albert Museum will be presenting a nostalgic celebration of the magical art of stop-motion animation. The all-day event, to be held on Saturday, September... Read more
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Daytona Beach News-Journal
Canaveral National Seashore marks park service's 100th anniversarypreserves, 5 national parks and 18 national monuments, totaling 230 million acr
Canaveral National Seashore marks park service's 100th anniversary
Daytona Beach News-Journal / Posted 2 days ago
preserves, 5 national parks and 18 national monuments, totaling 230 million acres. That includes Crater Lake National Park, Wind Cave National Park; Sullys Hill, Platt National Park (which became part of Chickasaw National Recreation Area) and Mesa... Read more
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iol.co.za
Why Lake Como’s the star attractionupside-down “Y” of Lake Como is just past Bellagio. In Italian, it's called Pun
Why Lake Como’s the star attraction
iol.co.za / Posted 2 days ago
upside-down “Y” of Lake Como is just past Bellagio. In Italian, it's called Punta Spartivento, “the point that parts the wind.” It's not windy as we paddle around it, but it is as if we've been swept into a completely different landscape. Gone... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Downie's magical lyrics come alive as we drive to the 100th Meridianme slowly and sadly and properly; get Ry Cooder to sing my eulogy.” My plan is
Downie's magical lyrics come alive as we drive to the 100th Meridian
The Globe and Mail / Posted 2 days ago
me slowly and sadly and properly; get Ry Cooder to sing my eulogy.” My plan is to find some nameless back road, lower the windows, and turn up the radio. The Dodge scrawls a smoky rubber signature on the tarmac (in both official languages,... Read more
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Reading Evening Post
Reading uni scientists help solve 300-old eclipse mysteryduring last year’s partial solar eclipse across the UK – was more than just a t
Reading uni scientists help solve 300-old eclipse mystery
Reading Evening Post / Posted 2 days ago
during last year’s partial solar eclipse across the UK – was more than just a trick of the mind. Read More The eclipse wind is a change in wind direction as the moon temporarily blocks out the sun, but up until now scientists could not say what... Read more
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FOX News
LA art exhibition looks at dying through words, photosthe universal challenge that we all have to address, and that is dying," George
LA art exhibition looks at dying through words, photos
FOX News / Posted 2 days ago
the universal challenge that we all have to address, and that is dying," George said as he sat in a gallery in Los Angeles' Museum of Tolerance, where his photo exhibition, "Right, Before I Die," opened this week. "I thought if I could make a... Read more
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The Daily Reckoning
Why Australia Is in the Early Stages of a Property CrisisThat’s the Guinness Brewery. So I did. Uncanny similarities The Guinness Stor
Why Australia Is in the Early Stages of a Property Crisis
The Daily Reckoning / Posted 3 days ago
That’s the Guinness Brewery. So I did. Uncanny similarities The Guinness Storehouse, as it’s called, is the brewery tour/museum that sits amid what I call ‘Guinness City’. My Hailo driver on the way in told me that Guinness owned around 60 acres... Read more
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CBS News
The Slave Shipthe silence of those lost voices is unbearable to Lonnie Bunch. He’s the foundi
The Slave Ship
CBS News / Posted 3 days ago
the silence of those lost voices is unbearable to Lonnie Bunch. He’s the founding director of the Smithsonian National Museum of African American History and Culture, scheduled to open in September in Washington. Bunch found that to tell... Read more
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Daily Mail
LA photographer's exhibition features portraits of dying peoplethe universal challenge that we all have to address, and that is dying,' George
LA photographer's exhibition features portraits of dying people
Daily Mail / Posted 3 days ago
the universal challenge that we all have to address, and that is dying,' George said as he sat in a gallery in Los Angeles' Museum of Tolerance, where his photo exhibition, 'Right, Before I Die,' opened this week. Photographer Andrew George's... Read more
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The Atlantic
The False Obsession With Biblical Literalismexplained by Answers in Genesis (AiG), a literalist Christian organization that
The False Obsession With Biblical Literalism
The Atlantic / Posted 3 days ago
explained by Answers in Genesis (AiG), a literalist Christian organization that’s also responsible for the nearby Creation Museum. With roughly 40 percent of Americans believing in creationism, the park shouldn’t be dismissed as mere Christian... Read more
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Orange County Register
Artist collects the wisdom of patients at the end of their livesthe universal challenge that we all have to address, and that is dying,” George
Artist collects the wisdom of patients at the end of their lives
Orange County Register / Posted 3 days ago
the universal challenge that we all have to address, and that is dying,” George said as he sat in a gallery in Los Angeles’ Museum of Tolerance, where his photo exhibition, “Right, Before I Die,” opened last week. “I thought if I could make a... Read more
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The Scranton Times-Tribune
Around the towns, August 21, 2016articles about the school and much more.” The historical society maintains the
Around the towns, August 21, 2016
The Scranton Times-Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
articles about the school and much more.” The historical society maintains the remaining original school building as a museum and opens it to the public on the second weekend of every month during its monthly used-book sales. — STAFF... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Ever wonder what directors like Peter Jackson spend their money on? This is itLos Angeles. You can see its geek credentials for miles off - the weather vane
Ever wonder what directors like Peter Jackson spend their money on? This is it
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
Los Angeles. You can see its geek credentials for miles off - the weather vane is a dragon. The inside is a veritable museum of horror history, covering all media from film, literature (a library boasts a Vampire Fiction and Vampire Fact... Read more
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The Columbian
L.A. art exhibition looks at dying through words, photosthe universal challenge that we all have to address, and that is dying,” George
L.A. art exhibition looks at dying through words, photos
The Columbian / Posted 4 days ago
the universal challenge that we all have to address, and that is dying,” George said as he sat in a gallery in Los Angeles’ Museum of Tolerance, where his photo exhibition, “Right, Before I Die,” opened this week. “I thought if I could make a... Read more
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Berkshire Eagle
Exhibition examines dying through words, photosthe universal challenge that we all have to address, and that is dying," George
Exhibition examines dying through words, photos
Berkshire Eagle / Posted 4 days ago
the universal challenge that we all have to address, and that is dying," George said as he sat in a gallery in Los Angeles' Museum of Tolerance, where his photo exhibition, "Right, Before I Die," opened this week. "I thought if I could make a... Read more
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The Signal
LA art exhibition look at dying through words, photosthe universal challenge that we all have to address, and that is dying," George
LA art exhibition look at dying through words, photos
The Signal / Posted 4 days ago
the universal challenge that we all have to address, and that is dying," George said as he sat in a gallery in Los Angeles' Museum of Tolerance, where his photo exhibition, "Right, Before I Die," opened this week. "I thought if I could make a... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Greg Bruce: Wild about Tasmaniaheaded along the massive exposed cliffs of Tasmania's eastern flank and out to
Greg Bruce: Wild about Tasmania
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 4 days ago
headed along the massive exposed cliffs of Tasmania's eastern flank and out to the angry swell of the Southern Ocean. The wind flayed us. We didn't stay out in the ocean for long. It would be easy but inaccurate to call the experience beautiful.... Read more
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KOB 4 Albuquerque
LA art exhibition look at dying through words, photosidentified only as Irene, is quoted as saying: "It's a beautiful day. I'm watch
LA art exhibition look at dying through words, photos
KOB 4 Albuquerque / Posted 4 days ago
identified only as Irene, is quoted as saying: "It's a beautiful day. I'm watching the leaves sway back and forth in the wind, and I'm happy that I get to be alive to watch that." A few had regrets, although they no longer dwelled on them. "My... Read more
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Daily Herald
LA art exhibition look at dying through words, photosthe universal challenge that we all have to address, and that is dying," George
LA art exhibition look at dying through words, photos
Daily Herald / Posted 4 days ago
the universal challenge that we all have to address, and that is dying," George said as he sat in a gallery in Los Angeles' Museum of Tolerance, where his photo exhibition, "Right, Before I Die," opened this week. "I thought if I could make a... Read more
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The Record Searchlight
LA art exhibition look at dying through words, photosthe universal challenge that we all have to address, and that is dying," George
LA art exhibition look at dying through words, photos
The Record Searchlight / Posted 4 days ago
the universal challenge that we all have to address, and that is dying," George said as he sat in a gallery in Los Angeles' Museum of Tolerance, where his photo exhibition, "Right, Before I Die," opened this week. "I thought if I could make a... Read more
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Chicago Tribune
Van Gogh lives here. So does Rembrandt. A Chinese village where the great masters live on (in replication)Rather than churning out 15 imitation Warhols a day, they’re painting originals
Van Gogh lives here. So does Rembrandt. A Chinese village where the great masters live on (in replication)
Chicago Tribune / Posted 4 days ago
Rather than churning out 15 imitation Warhols a day, they’re painting originals — and selling them at a premium. A village museum showcases some of the local talent: Their paintings depict wind-swept Tibetan nomads, determined People’s Liberation... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Get HR policy right, and the opportunities are endless: Alvin YappAlvin Yapp is the Director of BusAds Pte Ltd and the owner of the award-winning
Get HR policy right, and the opportunities are endless: Alvin Yapp
Channel NewsAsia / Posted 5 days ago
Alvin Yapp is the Director of BusAds Pte Ltd and the owner of the award-winning private home museum, The Intan. He thrives on giving each endeavour everything he has, whether it’s in the world of business, or in keeping his Peranakan heritage... Read more
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The Fort Morgan Times
Fort Morgan area has history of connections to celebritiescowboy, according to an interview he gave as an adult speaking about this pictu
Fort Morgan area has history of connections to celebrities
The Fort Morgan Times / Posted 5 days ago
cowboy, according to an interview he gave as an adult speaking about this picture. (Photo courtesy David Hyde / Fort Morgan Museum collection) The rich musical environment in Fort Morgan, which played such an important role in the development of... Read more
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Boston Globe
This statue business isn’t standing stillfrom such individual performances to now having an array of living statue depic
This statue business isn’t standing still
Boston Globe / Posted 5 days ago
from such individual performances to now having an array of living statue depictions, ranging from John Harvard, robots, wind-up toys, vintage tennis players, and marble gods and goddesses. We recently got back from the Democratic National... Read more
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Boston Globe
When Ben Franklin tumbled, they called himWhen a gust of wind and a flimsy event tent a few months back accomplished what
When Ben Franklin tumbled, they called him
Boston Globe / Posted 5 days ago
When a gust of wind and a flimsy event tent a few months back accomplished what 160 years of corrosion, nor’easters, and clumsy tourists couldn’t — knocking the famed Benjamin Franklin statue to the ground — Sean McDonnell knew precisely what to... Read more
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