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Review of short films nominated for the 2022 Oscars: small stories, big ideas

With three out of five nominees, Netflix almost takes center stage in this year’s short documentary category, but one of those three stands out. “Audible,” directed by Matt Ogens, observes the Maryland School for the Deaf high school football team, focusing on one player, Amaree McKenstry. His final year is …

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The Master’s Process – NFTs as Living Art

Enter Wall Street with StreetInsider Premium. Claim your one week free trial here. Chicago, Ill., February 17, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — (via Blockchain Wire) Accursed Share announces the auction of The Master Series, the first NFT collection from celebrity photographer Frederic Auerbach, starting February 17. To participate, you must be …

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Meet the global design studio focused on sustainability

The Fairmont Maldives by Studio Carter Will Price Founded by Robbyn Carter, Studio Carter is an international design firm with offices in Los Angeles, Singapore, Shanghai and Amsterdam. Specializing in boutique hospitality and lifestyle projects, Carter and her team bring a thoughtful and sustainable approach to every order. How did …

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Heavy mellow | San Marcos Record

You may not know Heavy Mellow yet, but you have certainly heard his music. The Grammy-nominated, multi-platinum music producer has worked with some of the most recognizable names in the music industry today – from Roddy Ricch to the Jonas Brothers, and many more in between. If you haven’t seen …

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Interview with Meghan Weinstein, independent director

Meghan Weinstein is a Los Angeles-based writer, director and producer with great passion and enthusiasm for her craft. With his company Daisy Eagle Movies, Weinstein has already started storing his IMDB credits and doesn’t appear to be stopping anytime soon. She sat down with us to talk about her inspiration, …

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New Year’s Rockin ‘Eve | Characteristics

Dress up, rock, sled with your kids or have a belly laugh until 2022 By Ross Boissoneau | December 18, 2021 New Years Eve 2020 was… quiet. New Year’s Eve 2021, on the other hand…? It’s ready to switch. For those who prefer a quiet party with family or friends, …

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Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats announce 2022 tour with King Buffalo

Masters of modern occultism Uncle Acid & the Deadbeats just announced a North American tour in 2022 with the opening of King Buffalo. The dates will take place before Uncle Acid embarks on a massive European race with Ghost and Twin Temple. Uncle Acid has not performed live since the …

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The best things to do in Houston this weekend: December 10-12, 2021

[ad_1] Finca Tres Robles Hosts Tacos & Beer Event in East End | Courtesy of Finca Tres Robles Take a H-Town weekend highlights tour with the 365 Houston Guide to the best things to do in Houston this weekend, Friday, December 10 through Sunday, December 12, 2021. Every weekend Houston …

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How to fly safely this holiday season

[ad_1] (CNN) – If you take the sky to visit friends and family on vacation, prepare to blast your way through crowded airports, crowded planes and frantic baggage lines with millions of fellow travelers. “Everyone knows how close they will be to other people on a plane,” said Sara Nelson, …

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Indonesian couples including tree planting in their weddings

[ad_1] Reforestation through marriages Indonesia contains vast swathes of rainforest that are of incalculable value to the Earth’s biodiversity and climate, but deforestation caused by development continues to decimate them. According to government figures, the country lost 115,459 hectares (285,305 acres) of forest cover in 2020, an area the size …

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The Oscars campaign has gone global and it’s transforming racing

It’s bad luck if The power of the dog hasn’t played in a city near you. Beyond a wide range of American festivals from coast to coast, the Jeanne Campion the drama has screened in Venice, Toronto, San Sebastian, Zurich, Busan, London, Lumière, Vienna and more. Its Netflix release date …

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Photo exhibitions focused on marginalized people

[ad_1] This article is part of our last Fine Arts & Exhibitions special report, on how artistic institutions help the public to discover new options for the future. During the pandemic, Isolde Brielmaier, general curator at the International Center for Photography, began to wonder how black photographers were navigating this …

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In times of stress, people find comfort in snacks. During the pandemic, restaurants too.

El Ponce started selling snacks and products, like cajeta, during the pandemic.Photograph by Laura Stone When Atlanta restaurants closed their dining rooms at the start of the pandemic, nearly all of them began offering take-out, even though they had never had one before – a move meant to keep them …

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Sheryl Crow’s New Album Live From The Ryman Gives Us More

BY KARYN A. POKLETAR After a career spanning more than 30 years, Sheryl Crow has grown from an elementary school music teacher to an internationally renowned rock-pop-blues and country artist. Live from the Ryman and more looks back on the career of the “If It Makes You Happy” singers with …

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IATSE strike authorization vote: Hollywood won’t close yet

Here is what you need to know about this weekend’s vote, the sequel and the productions that would be impacted by a possible strike. AMPTP (Alliance of Motion Picture and Television Producers) and the 13 local unions of West Coast IATSE (International Alliance of Theatrical Stage Employees) are currently operating …

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Maxon’s Cinema 4D used in the creation of Disney + ‘s “WandaVision”

FRIEDRICHSDORF, Germany—Maxon announced that Cinema 4D is being used to support the creation of several Fantastic User Interfaces (FUIs) on the hit Disney + series, “WandaVision,” which is part of the Marvel Cinematic Universe (MCU). For the production, 3D motion design artist Robyn Haddow was tasked with bringing the fantastic …

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The Nest used showroom showcases sustainable fashion, community and friendship

While the two women have always loved fashion, neither expected them to create careers by repurposing it. Von Meister, 27, is originally from New Jersey but attended St. George’s School in Middletown, Rhode Island. Her friends always called her “the fashion girl” growing up, she says. After earning a fashion …

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“Ruthless but good ears”: Lucian Grainge is the key architect of the revival of the music industry | Music industry

[ad_1] In the dark days of the 2000s, a time marked by plummeting record sales and widespread digital piracy, Lucian Grainge was on the warpath due to the lack of new chart-topping stars his label discovered. The last to arrive at a management meeting, he turned off the lights, walked …

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All In by Billie Jean King review – game, set and match | Sports and leisure books

[ad_1] Billie Jean King learned early on that as a girl who excelled in sports, she would not always be treated fairly. There was the elementary school teacher who had noted her for using her “superior abilities” at recess games, and the tennis official who took her, 10, from a …

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Take a trip to Puerto Rico with Pachyman

Pachyman is the one-man dub band led by Puerto Rican-born Los Angeles-based artist Pachy Garcia. His first album for ATO Records, The return of…, released on August 13, so to celebrate, he has concocted a playlist retracing a brief history of Puerto Rican music. Check it out!– Annie Fell, Editor-in-Chief, …

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Home Fires: Volcanic lava sparks decorative design

Mother Earth has been blowing a lot of steam lately – along with ash and a mess of lava. Volcanic eruptions, pumice stones and other rocks that they leave in their wake, have inspired remarkable settings. Dozens of volcanoes are now spewing, from Indonesia to Alaska, from Italy to Iceland, …

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SwoonMe uses avatars and audio for its ‘less superficial’ dating app – TechCrunch

[ad_1] A new startup called SwoonMe aims to solve the problem of shallow dating apps, where users mostly make decisions based on how a person looks in their photos. Instead of browsing profiles, the idea of ​​SwoonMe is to use a combination of avatars and audio to encourage users to …

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Damien Hirst on Cherry Blossom Painting: “It took me up to 55 to please my mother” | Damien hirst

[ad_1] The first thing that strikes me when I see Damien Hirst’s Cherry Blossoms is not the scale (monumental) or the palette (psychedelic) but the painting itself. It’s thick, sticky, and a bit nasty. Creamy white and dusty pink tea towels swirl from the surface like meringue kisses, fragile and …

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Three Hollywood stars rebuild their lives in the heart of Texas

[ad_1] “Once you come here it’s hard to leave,” said Ms. Duff, whose movie roles include “Napoleon Dynamite” and “The Wedding Pact,” and who has spent time this year shooting a movie in Fort Wayne, Ind. She noted that each of the friends booked concerts shortly after they closed their …

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Artists in action: Tim Carless

[ad_1] Courtesy of The ArtsCenter, an interview with Tim Carless by Neha Nataraju The ArtsCenter is proud to partner with Tim Carless to bring you live entertainment every month! Its next upcoming event with The ArtsCenter, on June 12, will feature an original improvised score for a classic silent film. …

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The Bronx Roll Out Limited Edition “Watering The Well” Craft Beer Collaboration with Fall Brewing Company

[ad_1] The Bronx, whose next album, Bronx VI (https://thebronx.lnk.to/bronxviPR), is already racking up widespread praise, including Result describing the music as happy rock’n’roll ”and Brooklyn vegan saying “their sound is as full of venom and vinegar as ever,” launches third single from upcoming album, releasing “Water the well” (https://thebronx.lnk.to/WTWPR/youtube) this …

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Ben Napier’s Laurel “Hometown” Erin Welcomes HGTV Fans

[ad_1] Ben and Erin Napier are quickly becoming popular names for DIY and design enthusiasts. The origin of their story is like a televised fairy tale. Amateur college artist and graphic designer Erin and carpenter, craftsman and former minister Ben set up a historic home in Laurel, Mississippi, and were …

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Schwarzenegger and Abrams promote return to cinema – Sentinel and Enterprise

[ad_1] By JONATHAN LANDRUM Jr. LOS ANGELES (AP) – Arnold Schwarzenegger enthusiastically chanted: “We’re back! We’re back! ”Before speaking on Wednesday about the importance of resuscitating the theatrical experience for moviegoers. “Now is the time to get back to the big screen,” Schwarzenegger told a socially distant audience of the …

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KUČKA cats process, collaborations and wrestling creation

[ad_1] By Will Brewster The LA-via-Perth artist and producer highlights the long road to her debut album. Creativity and fame is a fun thing. Some artists thrive in the limelight and thrive on fame; others tend to thrive in the shadows, lending their talents to the former and happily honing …

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MPC Film Brings ‘Godzilla Vs Kong’ To Life With Monster-Sized Visual Effects

[ad_1] VFX Production Supervisor John “DJ” Des Jardin, MPC VFX Supervisor Pier Lefebvre and MPC Animation Supervisor Michael Langford led the MPC Film VFX team to make 177 shots for the “Downtown Battle” sequence in Godzilla vs. Kong. VFX artists from MPC Film Studios in Montreal, Bangalore and London worked …

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Stylemakers 2021: Meet the forces causing a stir in food, home, garden, beauty and health

[ad_1] Each product we feature has been independently selected and reviewed by our editorial team. If you make a purchase using the included links, we may earn a commission. Every year, Better houses and gardens, celebrates the innovators, influencers and creators who are leaving their mark in the fields of …

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These Harvard MBAs Could Get You The Best Student Loan Rates

[ad_1] Business school training comes at a cost. According to our BusinessBecause the cost of the 2021 MBA report, the total cost of a full-time MBA at a major US business school can exceed $ 200,000. To finance your MBA Where masters in business diploma, you can use your own …

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Jupe Travel Modules are canvas shelters for off-grid living

[ad_1] The American pre-fabricated shelter company Jupe has launched its travel module, a temporary flat cabin with birch wood floors and a light frame designed by Liz Lambert and Cameron Sinclair. The geometric Skirt the pods, named after the planet Jupiter, are a futuristic alternative to traditional glamping tents and …

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