Month: October 2022

Russia Strikes Ukrainian Infrastructure, Says It Could Destroy Western Satellites

Russia protests against Western satellite aid to Ukraine Floats the idea that it could shoot down commercial satellites Russian strikes hit infrastructure across Ukraine Zelenskiy calls on people to reduce their energy consumption LONDON/Kyiv, Oct 27 (Reuters) – A senior Russian government official has raised the possibility that Moscow could shoot down Western commercial satellites […]

“Midnights” makes us wonder: what makes the perfect Revenge dress?

Taylor Swift makes us think about revenge — more specifically, what we would wear to commit it. The singer has released her highly anticipated album Midnights last night at (of course) midnight. On the track “Vigilante Shit”, Swift returns to him Reputation-revenge era themes, with the refrain “lately I’ve been dressing up for revenge”. Ah, […]

Korean auto giant Hyundai is investigating child labor in its US supply chain

DETROIT, Oct 19 (Reuters) – Hyundai Motor Co (005380.KS)Korea’s top automaker is investigating child labor violations in its U.S. supply chain and plans to “sever ties” with Hyundai suppliers in Alabama that allegedly relied on underage workers, said Wednesday the company’s global chief executive, Jose Munoz, told Reuters. A Reuters investigative report in July documented […]

Facelift and new direction for the Fourth and Gill Neighborhood Center (AKA The Birdhouse)

The Fourth and Gill Neighborhood Center (AKA The Birdhouse), 800 North Fourth Street, Knoxville, October 2022 The Fourth and Gill neighborhood has seen several changes over the years. In the late 1800s and early 1900s, this was an upscale neighborhood in North Knoxville. It even incorporated at one point and elected its own mayor. It […]

BBC’s Huw Edwards learned of Queen Elizabeth’s death ’10 seconds’ before the world

When the longtime BBC anchor Huw Edwards announcement Queen Elizabeth II’s death in the UK and around the world on September 8, he looked grim and genuinely shocked. In an interview with the Radio schedules this week, Edwards explained that he only heard the news shortly before making the announcement. “About ten seconds before,” he […]

Glenbow Receives $3.5 Million Donation for Glenbow

CALGARY, Alta., Oct. 13, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — Glenbow is thrilled to announce that its fundraising campaign, Glenbow reinvented, received a $3.5 million gift from Dave Werklund and Susan-Norman Werklund to support the museum’s ongoing transformation. In recognition of this generous donation, Glenbow will name the museum’s newly renovated second-floor exhibit gallery, the Werklund Exhibit […]

Weekend: 31 things to do in Charlotte this weekend, from live music to pumpkin picking

Brought to you by Charlotte Motor Speedway, hosting Cars and Coffee this Saturday. Join other car enthusiasts to celebrate a shared passion for cars and showcase classics, customs and hot rods. Free to attend. 73. Sunny. 0% chance of rain. Charlotte Checkers opening weekend at Bojangles Coliseum: Watch the season kick off with back-to-back games […]

In Uncertain Times, Young Collectors Turn to Time-Tested Modern and Classic Art at Frieze Masters

Minutes after 11 a.m., as the doors to Frieze Masters opened for its VIP preview on Wednesday, Nathan Clements-Gillespie, the fair’s director, was spotted greeting Mando-Pop King Jay Chou. and avid art collector from Taiwan, who arrived in London with his entourage. Dressed in a black hoodie and denim jacket, the 43-year-old Asian celeb was […]

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King of Midtown presents The Recovery Collection Launch on | NFT CULTURE | Culture Web3 NFT & Crypto Art

Exhibited in three galleries around the world, bringing the digital marketplace to life in LA, NYC and Milan Ninfa is a curated multi-category NFT platform and Metaverse retailer founded by Brando Bonaretti, Pietro Barbini, Carlo Borloni and Cosimo De Medici. Launched in April 2022, Ninfa covers many different individual needs, including art, digital fashion, […]

Harriet Bart: Reckoning resonates in the NewStudio gallery

Photo by Victor Bloomfield Interior designers love to delve into the power of objects; their provenance and their materiality, their power to transform a space and their ability to invoke memory. In her new exhibition at St. Paul’s NewStudio Gallery, Minneapolis-based international artist Harriet Bart works with everyday and found objects in her installation Accountan […]

Lily Collins dons a beaded mesh dress for the 16th Annual GO Campaign Gala in Downtown LA

Lily Collins has the distinction of being the first female ambassador for the GO Campaign, a non-profit organization that raises awareness and funds to improve the lives of orphans and vulnerable children around the world. In recent years, she’s also slipped into the role of co-host of her annual fundraising gala, which she continued on […]

17 Latino-owned businesses in and around Charlotte, NC

Owner Walter Dolhare toured 100 buildings before buying the Bryant Street property that would become LaCa Projects. ALEX CASON From local artisans making handmade gifts to hard-working entrepreneurs providing essential services to fellow residents, Charlotte’s Hispanic and Latino community has a colorful and resourceful array of small businesses that others can benefit from. With nearly […]

General Idea HIV exhibition at the National Gallery of Canada until November 20, 2022 – Apartment613

Advertising: Advertising: By Hannah Wanamaker Throughout the pandemic years, queer art has become a lifeline for the queer community. In my opinion, one of the best examples of Canadian queer art is the General idea AIDS Exhibition currently on display at National Gallery of Canada. It takes the dark and deadly history of […]

Great Britain’s sellout: why are we allowing our arts to be privatized by stealth? | Charlotte Higgin

JHere is a frequent complaint from the right that the deeply rooted ideological position of the BBC, universities, theatres, museums and other arts and cultural organizations has long been unquestioned awkwardness. The paranoia about this is extreme: consider that the Prime Minister, Liz Truss, complained to journalist Tom Newton Dunn during an election campaign for […]

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