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Stolen manuscript signed by Cortés discovered at mass auction

Federal authorities in Boston are working to return to Mexico a manuscript signed by the conquistador Hernando Cortés nearly 500 years ago that was allegedly stolen three decades ago. According to the U.S. Attorney’s Office for the District of Massachusetts, a individual consigned the Cortés manuscript for online auction at …

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Is the end of regulatory extortion near?

In early November, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”), submitted a writ of certiorari to the United States Supreme Court. The agency is asking the High Court to overturn a ruling by the United States Court of Appeals for the Fifth Circuit, which ruled that the Bureau’s funding structure violates …

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10 Places to Find Locally Made Gifts While Holiday Shopping in Downtown Fort Wayne

Where are you planning to do your Black Friday and holiday shopping this year? It’s no secret that local businesses are the backbone of communities, and supporting them helps boost the economy. American Express estimates that for every dollar spent on a small business in the United States, approximately 67 …

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A Chinese artist credited with enriching the culture of San Francisco

Ralph Remington (right), director of cultural affairs for the San Francisco Arts Commission, presents Arthur Ku (second from right) with a written statement from Mayor London Breed at San Francisco City Hall this month.[Photo by Lia Zhu/China Daily] Black and white mountains and rocks shrouded in colorful mist – the …

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Buying activity at Abu Dhabi Art signals market return for UAE despite looming global recession

In previous years, even before the pandemic dealt a blow to art fair attendance, the halls of Abu Dhabi Art were sparsely populated with visitors, leaving many dealers wondering if the market had dried up. in the capital of the United Arab Emirates. But at the 14th edition of the …

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Sidney Nolan’s Greek Series Featured in Upcoming Australian Art Auction

Thirty works from Sidney Nolan’s famous Greek series are being auctioned by international auction house Bonhams as part of the Significant Australian Art allotment in Sydney. Lured by the idea of ​​exploring the mythology of the Trojan War, in 1955 renowned Australian artist, Sidney Nolan and his wife Cynthia traveled …

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Westminster muralist is on a mission to paint the city – Baltimore Sun

Dominic Jones is a muralist living in Westminster with his wife and five children. Jones’ first memory of being interested in art was watching Anime cartoons. After school he drew a lot of pictures for his mother using cartoons such as He-Man and Dragon Ball. “My mom would draw and …

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Yellow House Artists will hold an artists’ reception on December 4 for the exhibition “Reflections this Season”

Yellow House Artists, an organization of artists who work in oil pastel and/or oil stick, presents its fall show, “Reflections This Season,” November 19 through January 19. 8, at the Norris Cultural Arts Center, 1040 Dunham Road, St. Charles. An evening of artists on Sunday, December 4, from 1 p.m. …

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Flash in the pan? An art fair opens for the “poorly sighted” Dutch

Photo: PAN Amsterdam 2021 Consumer confidence is at an all-time low, political coalitions are faltering, inflation is soaring… and the art, antiques and design fair PAN Amsterdam opens its 35e To display. But Mark Grol, managing director of PAN Amsterdam, believes that although collectors are influenced by emotion, the art …

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Fundraising art auction launched for the Power of Women charity – The Isle Of Thanet News

Auction Piece: Sam Lairdon-Zuan Undercity Thanet-based arts charity Power of Women has launched an auction to raise funds for her work in the community. More than 40 works of art have been donated by artists and can be auctioned until Sunday noon (November 20). All money raised will support POW’s …

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Dividend announcement CFFI $0.4200/share 11/16/2022

Cmt-Com/C&F Financial Corp. (NASDAQ:CFFI) on 11/16/2022 declared a dividend of $0.4200 per share payable January 1, 2023 to shareholders of record as of December 15, 2022. Cmt-Com/C&F Financial Corp. (NASDAQ: CFFI) has paid dividends since 1995, has a current dividend yield of 3.1250000000% and has increased dividends for 8 consecutive …

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Art Around Town – Flagpole

ACE/FRANCISCO & OX FINE ART GALLERY (675 Pulaski St.) Franni Thrasher, aka “Heaven4theYoung,” presents a solo exhibition of oil and watercolor paintings, sculpture and film. To see by appointment until December 9th. [email protected] INDIGO ATHENS (500 College Ave.) New York photographers Lucy Reback and Megan Reilly share a collection of …

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How to Buy Taylor Swift Eras Tour Tickets: Presale, Prices, Tour Dates

When you buy through our links, Insider may earn an affiliate commission. Learn more. Advance ticket sales for Taylor Swift’s Eras Tour begin November 15, and general tickets go on sale November 18. The new concert will highlight Taylor Swift’s journey through each era of her musical career. The tour …

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Multimillion-Dollar Mercedes Featured in Andy Warhol’s Art at Auction

Most car enthusiasts will tell you that the classic Mercedes-Benz 300 SL “butterfly wing” is a work of art. One of them literally became one. In 1986, the German gallery owner Hans Meyer had the idea of ​​creating a series celebrating the 100th anniversary of the automobile. The Benz Patent-Motorwagen, …

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Goeasy Ltd. Fiscal Year 2022 Profit Estimate issued by Cormark (TSE:GSY)

goeasy ltd. (EAST: GSY – Get a rating) – Cormark equity research analysts have reduced their earnings per share (EPS) estimates for the fiscal year 2022 for goeasy in a research note published on Friday, November 11. Cormark analyst J. Fenwick now expects the company to earn $11.40 per share …

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Craftsmen’s Christmas Classic continues to attract arts and crafts enthusiasts | Colombia

Arts and crafts enthusiasts attend the Craftsmen’s Christmas Classic at the South Carolina State Fairgrounds this weekend. The three-day event kicked off Friday and runs through Sunday from 11 a.m. to 5 p.m. The big draw for attendees is the wide variety of handmade items by dozens of local and …

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Climate activists throw maple syrup on Emily Carr’s painting (VIDEO)

Activists threw maple syrup at a painting by Emily Carr at the Vancouver Art Gallery in protest over the weekend. Stop Fracking Around protesters demand an immediate shutdown of the Coastal Gaslink pipeline on unceded Wet’suwet’en land. Climate activists throw maple syrup on Emily Carr’s ‘Stumps and Sky’ at the …

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Art Cologne director hopes climate protesters will stay away – DW – 12/11/2022

Daniel Hug, the director of the Art Cologne exhibition, said he “hopes” climate protesters won’t target the exhibition when it takes place November 17-20. “I hope they don’t come,” Hug said in an interview with local newspaper The Kölner Stadt-Anzeiger published in the Saturday edition. “I support climate protests, I …

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Former OSU player Harry Miller honored at sanity recovery auction

COLUMBUS, Ohio (WCMH) — A former Ohio State football player was honored Friday at the annual Art of Recovery art auction. Harry Miller received this year’s Recovery Award, which recognizes a member of the community who promotes recovery and ends the stigma surrounding mental health. Miller captured national attention after …

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LexinFintech (LX) set to release quarterly results on Wednesday

Lexin Fintech (NASDAQ:LX – Get a rating) is expected to release its quarterly earnings data after the market closes on Wednesday, November 16. Lexin Fintech (NASDAQ:LX – Get a rating) last reported quarterly earnings data on Tuesday, August 16. The company reported earnings per share (EPS) of $0.13 for the …

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Cut masterpieces into 10,000 pieces (digital). Iconic Artist Sacha Jafri Collaborates with Artfi to Redefine Fine Art Ownership Through Blockchain

United Arab Emirates, Dubai –News Direct– Artfi Collecting art has always been the privilege of the privileged few. The elite collecting community has traditionally shaped the course of the art market and art history. Now, blockchain has created an opportunity for a game-changing paradigm shift. This shift will allow for …

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Rogue Valley Art Galleries: November 11 – Medford News, Weather, Sports, Breaking News

Admire oil paintings by star artist Desmond Serratore at the Art Presence Art Center in Jacksonville. See list. Image submitted *Note: To submit your event to Tempo, email the information to [email protected] American Trails: The gallery, located at the Columbia Hotel, 250 E. Main St., Ashland, showcases the arts and …

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Artist Chris Levine explains how he turned a portrait session with Queen Elizabeth II into an iconic photograph

Multidisciplinary artist born in Canada and based in the United Kingdom Chris Levin works with an incredibly diverse range of media in her practice, ranging from focused light and sound installations to performance art and, perhaps most notably, photography. In 2004, the Jersey Heritage Trust commissioned Levine to produce a …

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AFFIRM HOLDINGS, INC. MANAGEMENT REPORT AND ANALYSIS OF FINANCIAL POSITION AND OPERATING RESULTS (Form 10-Q)

The following discussion and analysis of our financial condition and results of operations should be read in conjunction with the interim condensed consolidated financial statements and related notes included elsewhere in this Quarterly Report on Form 10-Q ("Form 10-Q") and our audited consolidated financial statements and the related notes and …

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“we see it as a massive digitization of the art collection” – interview with NFT platform SuperRare

pioneering NFT platform dedicated to original cryptoart Since its launch in 2018, digital art The SuperRare platform has been at the forefront of the CryptoArt market. Built on the Ethereum blockchain, the curated marketplace was created with the goal of empowering the next generation of artists through technology, and has …

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At the Galleries: Fall into art with sculpture, jewelry and contemporary works

Victoria Galleries bring color and diverse media to the public this month. At the West End Gallery, Victorian artist Mary Ann Laing, inspired by the landscapes of Vancouver Island, offers her colorful and playful interpretations of beloved places. “My paintings speak of life. Ups and downs, light and dark, contrasts …

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Dia de los Muertos celebration held at Elk Grove | Way of life

A crowd came to celebrate the Mexican holiday Dia de los Muertos (“Day of the Dead”) at the District56 center on October 30. Teresa Gutierrez, president of event sponsor ARTners noted that this was the second year they sponsored the event. She said she received compliments on “what a great …

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As travel restrictions ease, Art Week Tokyo has flipped the script by flying VIPs straight to galleries. Many dealers preferred it

Foreign visitors to this year’s Tokyo Art Week – the first time many culture vultures have been able to visit Japan’s capital since the pandemic began – were taken on a whirlwind bus tour 48 hours in nearly two dozen galleries plus half a dozen museums and private collections. Participating …

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Columbus Arts Council Hosts Antiques Exhibit and Silent Auction

COLUMBUS, Miss. (WCBI) — If you’re in Columbus this week, you can indulge in art and fine wine. Tonight, the Columbus Arts Council is hosting an antique fair at the corner of Fifth and Main Street. A silent auction will be held with proceeds going to the Tennessee Williams House. …

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Synchrony Financial (NYSE:SYF) upgraded to “B-” by TheStreet

Synchrony Financial (NYSE: SYF – Get a rating) was raised by analysts at TheStreet from a “c+” rating to a “b-” rating in a research report published on Tuesday, TheStreetRatingsTable reports. SYF has been the subject of several other reports. Keefe, Bruyette & Woods lowered their target price on Synchrony …

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Laurie Jervis: Painter Delmar León is the Vintners Foundation Honored Artist for November Fundraiser | Homes and lifestyle

Artist Delmar León infuses his paintings with the “love and light” of the world around us. They feature deep, rich hues of shades of blue, pink, green, black, and yellow, some with a little “pop” of bright red. She invites a guest to touch the art to “feel” the layers …

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Two painters, two women, two portraits – a fascinating story of artistic influence

It is said that Pablo Picasso once said: “Little artists borrow; great artists steal”. Or appropriate? Chip? Quotation? Pinch? Steal cuts to the chase though. But in the case of these two great artists, they certainly honor, imitate, learn and study. In studying these two portraits, two curators – one …

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HBCU’s post-shutdown returns bring much-needed increases to revenue

HAMPTON, VA, Nov 1 (Reuters) – U.S. colleges and universities are celebrating their first post-pandemic homecomings, annual events when graduates return to celebrate years gone by and cheer on their alma mater football teams. For historically black institutions, many of which were founded after the Civil War to educate newly …

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Now anyone can create an Ethereum NFT DAO with Zora’s name generator

In short Zora launched Nouns Builder, a no-code tool for building a Web3 organization powered and funded by NFT auctions. Nouns has raised tens of millions of dollars in Ethereum through NFT sales as he expands his open-source intellectual property. Ethereum project Nouns created a new kind of chain organization, …

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Wedbush brokers cut profit estimates for Bancorp, Inc. clients (NYSE:CUBI)

Bancorp, Inc. Customers (NYSE: CUBI – Get a rating) – Wedbush analysts dropped their first-quarter 2023 earnings estimates for Customers Bancorp in a report released on Friday, October 28. Wedbush analyst D. Chiaverini now expects the bank to post earnings of $1.63 per share for the quarter, down from its …

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Adam Pankratz: How long before anti-tank vandalism turns into real violence?

Breadcrumb Links Opinion Columnists Faced with the inaction of museums, the risk of confrontation between demonstrators and spectators must increase Visitors look at Johannes Vermeer’s painting ‘The Girl with a Pearl Earring’ at the Mauritshuis museum in The Hague on October 27, 2022. – Dutch police have arrested three people …

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A summer auction of art and wine

Responding to collectors’ interest in smaller thematic sales, Strauss & Co will hold four curated art sales, all scheduled in the evening. They include a dedicated sculpture sale focusing on Josephine Ghesa and Job Kekana and a single-artist sale of freshly released works from the estate of the late Robert …

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First Commonwealth Financial Company (NYSE:FCF) declares a dividend of $0.12 on its shares quarterly.

According to Zacks, First Commonwealth Financial Co. (NYSE: FCF) disclosed information about a quarterly dividend payment on Tuesday, October 25, when it announced the payment. Shareholders whose accounts were in good standing as of November 4 will be eligible to receive dividend payments of $0.12 per share, which will be …

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Birdsey’s retrospective opens November 14

In November, the Masterworks Museum of Bermuda Art invites the public to an in-depth look at the life and work of artist Alfred Birdsey. A spokesperson said: “Birdsey: Stories and Feelings – A Retrospective opens in the Masterworks Museum’s Butterfield Gallery on Monday November 14, 2022. “With a career spanning …

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$35 Million Rubens Top Old Masters Winter Sales

Auction houses will soon be dominated by November’s New York Modern and Contemporary auction season, but there are also a few Old Masters sales of note. Sotheby’s latest shipment is a group of 10 works from the baroque art collection of divorced couple Mark Fisch and Rachel Davidson, which will …

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Max Beckmann self-portrait could fetch $30 million, the highest estimate ever at a German auction

A self-portrait by Max Beckmann is set to be the resounding success of Berlin’s leading auction house Grisebach’s sale on December 1, with a staggering estimate of 20-30 million euros ($20-30 million). This high figure is the highest estimate ever given for an artwork on the German secondary market, which …

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BayCom Corp (NASDAQ:BCML) Fiscal 2022 Earnings Forecast Released by DA Davidson

BayCom Corp (NASDAQ: BCML – Get a rating) – DA Davidson cut its fiscal year 2022 earnings estimates for BayCom in a research note published Monday, October 24. DA Davidson analyst G. Tenner now expects the company to earn $2.11 per share for the year, down from his previous forecast …

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Threads of Power: A History of Lace

Two and a half years of preparation, sons of power is now open at the Bard Graduate Center Gallery. It’s an awe-inspiring show that takes a historical, political, financial, and fashion logical perspective on the subject of lace. There is a first rule of thumb in the history of lace: …

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Artspace Selby explores men’s health in the exhibition Man Overboard

Selby resident Ross Miller will be featured in Selby Community House’s upcoming exhibition, ‘Man Overboard’. PHOTO: KATHY RONALDS By Tyler Wright “Man Overboard” is a phrase sailors shout when one of their peers has fallen into the deep waters below; a call for help when one of their own is …

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A painting from the Dutch School and a work created in the style of David Teniers the Elder are at Crescent…

Oil on panel in the style of David Teniers the Elder (Belgium, 1582-1649) titled View of Amsterdam, with a partially covered signature lower left and dated “46” (est. $1,000-$2,000).Crescent City Auction Gallery NEW ORLEANS, La. – Incredibly rare women’s platinum dinner ring with 7.96 carat Indian oval alexandrite, 15 piece …

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Edward Hopper’s New York can still be seen today

Edward Hopper’s name alone can testify to the loneliness of a woman in an empty restaurant at night or the ultra-ordinary stillness of a Sunday morning in New York, but the Whitney Museum of American Art presents the artist in a more complex way compared to the place he has …

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“I have to work. It’s what keeps me alive, literally.”

Once an outsider shunned by the establishment, Michael Smither traded his works of art for boxes of groceries to feed his family. Now in his eighties, the famed painter talks to Joanna Wane about his new exhibition with a revolutionary artist whom he considers a kindred spirit. Ask pop artist …

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Farmington council approves police department spending

FARMINGTON — Selectmen Tuesday, Oct. 11, approved the purchase of two police cars for $108,731.60 and the reimbursement of $34,328 in training costs for a new police officer. A proposal was also heard on the downtown crosswalk art installation as part of Rotary’s 2025 Centennial celebration. Police Chief Kenneth Charles …

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The ULM will host the 2nd annual Bayouval in honor of Dr. Derle Long on October 29 October 29

Tweeter tweet button for twitter Posted on October 20, 2022 MONROE, LA— The Monroe School of Visual and Performing Arts (VAPA) at the University of Louisiana will host the 2n/a annual Bayouval music festival on Saturday October 29 from 4:00 p.m. to 7:00 p.m. at the Bosquet on the ULM …

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Enova International (ENVA) will publish its results on Thursday

Enova International (NYSE: ENVA – Get a rating) is expected to report earnings after the market closes on Thursday, October 27. Analysts expect the company to report earnings of $1.48 per share for the quarter. Those interested in listening to the company’s earnings conference call can do so using this …

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🌱 $50 Million Pipeline Settlement + Octoberfest Car Show + Advance Tickets

Hello friends! It’s me, Paula Constance, your Orange County Daily host – here to explain all that’s going on in OC. Today we have these stories and more: $50 million regulation on a ruptured pipeline. October party Auto and truck show. OC Parks wins EPIC Award. Early bird tickets for …

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Mastriano and the power of Facebook

We will have a break from cloudy weather and rain with sunny skies and highs of 55. In the fight for the Pennsylvania governor’s seat, state Attorney General Josh Shapiro is quietly campaigning vigorously against state Senator Doug Mastriano, according to all major recent public polls. Although Mastriano’s campaign struggles …

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Famous Artists Featured at Larsen Gallery Auction | Culture & Leisure

Gallery Larsen’s annual fall auction is set to begin Oct. 22, and this year’s pool of 400 lots has gallery co-owner Polly Larsen eager to get the bidding started. This year’s lots include works by big names like Jean-Micheal Basquiat, Edward S. Curtis, Dale Chihuly, Keith Haring, David Hockney, the …

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Credit card issuers’ bad debts ease in July

Lawrence Agcaoili – The Filipino Star October 18, 2022 | 00:00 MANILA, Philippines — Degraded loans from credit card issuers improved to 5.7% at the end of July after peaking at 10.1% at the height of the COVID lockdowns in November 2020, according to the Bangko Sentral ng Pilipinas. BSP …

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Art Focus presents plein air painter Elene Weege

Plein-air painter Elene Weege is this month’s featured artist at Art Focus. She usually leaves behind the four walls of her studio and experiments with painting and drawing in the landscape immersed in nature. “My color palette follows the four seasons and although I try to paint the beauty of …

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Former football star and lawyer, Virginia artist hosts art auction for Ukrainian children

BILL LOHMANN Richmond Times-Dispatch Seeing the video of a cellist performing amid the ruins of Kharkiv, Ukraine, last March, in an effort to raise funds for humanitarian aid and the restoration of his hometown, moved Robert Johnson. The virginia painter, who was teaching at an art school in Arizona at …

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BayCom Corp (NASDAQ:BCML) Short Interest Down 17.5% in September

BayCom Corp (NASDAQ: BCML – Get a rating) was the target of a sharp drop in short-term interest rates during the month of September. As of September 30, there was short interest totaling 167,900 shares, down 17.5% from the total of 203,500 shares as of September 15. Based on an …

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‘He was unloved and used to mop up paint spills’: resurrecting a rejected impression by Florence Broadhurst | australian way of life

Ten years ago, at the age of 30, Clare Delaney received a $250 gift certificate from her siblings to purchase a work of art. She visited a shop in Sydney licensed to sell prints by famed Australian painter and wallpaper and fabric designer Florence Broadhurst. Everything was well above its …

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Can the reversal of art be a good thing? An artist, gallery owner and entrepreneur debate making speculation work for everyone

Artnet News kicked off Frieze Week in London with a panel discussion on flipping art at London’s Cromwell Place on Tuesday. “Tipping the Balance of Power” hosted three panelists – Lucien Smith, artist and director of the Cultural Innovations Lab at Lobus, gallerist Rachel Uffner and Max Kendrick, co-founder and …

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Paintings by Janet Fish, Peter Von Artens, William Kirkpatrick are in Ahlers & Ogletree’s Oct….

Vibrant oil on canvas picnic still life painting by Janet Fish (American, b.1938), titled Provence, (1995), 50 square inches (view, minus frame), signed and dated lower right (est. $30,000 – $60,000).Ahlers & Ogletree, Inc. ATLANTA, Ga. – A picnic still life painting in vibrant oil on canvas by Janet Fish …

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Online art fairs have been a game changer for Indigenous art. Here’s how to buy it | indigenous art

Ihe three years have been difficult for many Aboriginal arts centers in Australia. As the pandemic unfolded and the Northern Territory – where many are located – implemented strict border closures, things looked bleak for regional and remote art makers who rely heavily on tourism. But thanks to a quick …

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Frieze London in the context of the rapid growth of Hong Kong and other developments in the art market observed by Artprice

PARIS, October 13, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — After the UK reported overall art auction revenue up 26% for the first half of 2022 (its best start to the year in three years), London hosts Frieze and Frieze Masters. On the sidelines of these fairs (open to the public from October 12 …

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Wilco ‘Ode to Joy’ Limited Edition Art Book & Vinyl

In our fast-paced society, how do you convince people to slow down long enough to enjoy the music you create? In the case of the limited-edition release of American indie rock band @wilco’s “Ode to Joy” album, you create packaging that uses interactive paper elements, compelling patterns, and minimal text …

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Everything we know about Microsoft co-founder Christie’s billion-dollar sale

Microsoft co-founders Bill Gates and Paul Allen pose for a portrait in 1984 in Seattle, Washington Doug Wilson/Getty Images This month, Christie’s is auctioning Ann and Gordon Getty’s collection of art from their five-story San Francisco mansion. Ranging from Impressionist paintings to 17th-century Japanese furniture, the collection is expected to …

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National Buffalo Museum Announces Bison Day Fundraiser

JAMESTOWN, ND (National Buffalo Museum) – The National Buffalo Museum will host its 3rd annual fundraiser for the online bison auction. This two-week event runs from November 5-19, 2022 and kicks off with an exclusive VIP cocktail reception on Friday, November 4, 2022 at the Jamestown Arts Center. There are …

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Walmart Cancellations and More: The 23 Best Deals

Walmart’s Rollbacks section is a reliable source of bargains, and the mega-retailer just dropped a ton of prices on tech, housewares, appliances and more. The new savings come just a day before Amazon’s Prime Early Access sale, which promises to kick off holiday shopping with tons of Black Friday-style prices …

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Synchrony Financial – Consensus indicates 25.8% upside potential

Synchrony Financial found using the (SYF) ticker now have 18 analysts covering the stock with the consensus suggesting a buy rating. The range between the high target price and the low target price is between 50 and 22 and has an average target at 39.61. Given that the stock’s previous …

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Paintings capture different moods of nature – Journal

ISLAMABAD: Gallery 6 has opened its doors to a new group exhibition which exhibited the works of eight landscape painters. As the title “Spring Will Come” suggests, Abid Khan, Ajab Khan, Arif Ansari, Asma Abbasi, Fareeha Shahid, Najmul Hassan, Sadia Arif and Zulfiqar Ali Zulfi send a message of optimism …

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Art exhibition a peaceful scene

Mike Kroecher, Sandy Troudt, Ken Lane and Don Hoffman featured in latest exhibition at Peace Gallery North Four of the best local painters and photographers have come together for the latest group show at Peace Gallery North. Live in peace is a mixed collection of original prints by Mike Kroecher, …

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Comic book dealers see six-figure sales at New York Comic Con, thanks to boom in film and TV adaptations

The aisles were filled with costumed fans at the Javits Center for the opening day of New York Comic Con on Thursday, where thousands of people had gathered to celebrate not only all things comics, but also the worlds science fiction, fantasy. , and anime, from TV shows and movies …

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Artnet Auctions specialists share the stories behind 5 works by iconic British artists, from Banksy to Bridget Riley

Live until October 13, Artnet Auctions’s Premier Prints & Multiples Sale collects masterpieces in a range of mediums, from serigraphs and monotypes to etchings and sculptures. The sale is also packed with some of England’s most notable artists, including Francis Bacon, Banksy, Ian Davenport, Lucian Freud, David Hockney, Harland Miller. …

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CFPB Files Complaint Against Online Lender Alleging MLA Violations

On September 29, 2002, the Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (“CFPB”) filed a complaint against online lender MoneyLion Technologies, Inc, and several dozen of its affiliates (collectively, “MoneyLion”), alleging violations of the Military Loans Act (“MLA”). The Complaint alleges that MoneyLion (i) overcharged service members and their dependents by charging fees …

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Verbena – The Brooklyn Rail

In sight Vito Schnabel GalleryVerbenaFrom September 10 to October 22, 2022New York In the summer of 2021, Jorge Galindo had his first major exhibition in the United States, and this year he returns to New York with Verbena, his first personal exhibition of his latest works, at Vito Schnabel. Since …

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Khatai Arts Center pays tribute to a national artist [PHOTO]

Khatai Arts Center pays tribute to a national artist [PHOTO]

By Laman Ismayilova An exhibition dedicated to the memory of the talented artist Abdul Sharifov has opened at the Khatai Arts Center, reports Azernews, citing Azertac. The artist’s book “Artist who can share his art” was presented as part of the exhibition. The book contains information about the work of …

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‘Every square inch is monetized’: Is Battersea power station now a playground for the super rich? | Architecture

In 1983, the year Battersea Power Station was decommissioned, radical architect Cedric Price drew up a provocative proposal for what to do with the gigantic brick carcass. The London building’s silhouette of four soaring white chimneys rising from the stepped art deco brick roof was the true icon of the …

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VVAA Reception marks the invitational art exhibition

By BOBBIE GREEN Progress Flat Top Junction Bluegrass Band performed live music to a packed house at the International Invitational held at the Mesquite Fine Arts Center on Saturday. PHOTO BY BOBBIE GREEN/Progress The International Invitational Art Exhibition at the Mesquite Fine Art Center drew a crowd of patrons on …

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Short-term stake in Enova International, Inc. (NYSE: ENVA) increases 7.7%

Enova International, Inc. (NYSE: ENVA – Get a rating) was the target of a surge in short-term interest in September. As of September 15, there was short interest totaling 1,810,000 shares, an increase of 7.7% from the total of 1,680,000 shares as of August 31. Approximately 6.0% of the stock’s …

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Conley Art Gallery presents an exhibition called ‘Interwoven’ on the oppression of women

Fresno State graduate artists Carolyn Zutler and Leila Rofan use art in “Interwoven,” their current Phebe Conley Art Gallery graduate exhibit, to raise awareness of the exploitation and suffering of women. The exhibit, which opened Sept. 29 with a reception, is an opportunity for Zutler to reflect on his own …

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Vincent Van Gogh’s legendary “Starry Night” adorns the Durga Puja pandals in Kolkata

Durga Puja pandals inspired by the starry night in Kolkata. (Credit: @ekta_chhele) Photo: Twitter Kolkata: The City of Joy spares no effort to make pandals during Durga Puja. Kolkata being the hub of all festival activities, it is adorned with several colors and patterns that bring out the magnificence of …

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Movie exhibitors explain how to bring audiences back to cinemas

In the era and times when the majority of Bollywood movies bombard the box office with very little like the recent release ‘Brahmastra’ doing phenomenally well, thanks to the VFX used, filmmakers are wondering how to bring back the lost glory of theatres. With that in mind, a session to …

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Unjustly imprisoned, he worked in a chain gang for years. Now Winfred Rembert’s paintings of that experience are selling for nearly $300,000

The Art Detective is a weekly column by Katya Kazakina for Artnet News Pro that lifts the curtain on what is really current on the art market. Winfred Rembert survived a near-lynching and seven years in a Georgia prison harvesting cotton on a chain gang. Black and white striped uniforms …

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how dealer James Stunt’s ‘sleepers’ became Van Dyck autographs worth millions

A prominent art historian provided more than a dozen letters of authenticity to James Stunt, the controversial socialite and businessman, for paintings that were not believed to be authentic or from the hands of the artists. including the great Old Masters portrait painter Anthony Van Dyck. Malcolm Rogers, an expert …

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“Modern Illuminations – Knowledge and Power” by Rosemarie Forsythe

On view at Reston Art Gallery and Studios October 1-30Meet the artist, October 1 and 2 Rosemarie Forsythe’s finely detailed paintings depicting symbols of knowledge, strength, hope and resilience will be featured in a featured exhibition, “Modern Illuminations – Knowledge and Power”, at Reston Art Gallery and Studios (RAGS) on …

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With the cratering of NFT awards, can “phygital” art keep collectors from drifting away?

March 2021 will forever be remembered as the month NFTs went kaboom, bursting into the mainstream when Beeple’s Daily: first 5,000 days sold to crypto entrepreneur Metakovan for $69.3 million. Suddenly, the art world took notice, and overnight, NFTs became the most discussed topic of the year. From SNL to …

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Aston Martin stunt car and Daniel Craig suits star in James Bond auction

Besides the auction, various events are also planned to mark the film franchise’s 60th anniversary as Bond fans speculate on who will play the character next. LONDON, UK – From an Aston Martin DB5 stunt car to the suits worn by Daniel Craig in no time to diea range of …

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The 2022 award-winning St. James Court Art Show is scheduled to return the first weekend in October. A favorite fall ritual for 66 years, thousands of art lovers are expected to hit the streets of historic Old Louisville from Friday, September 30 through Sunday, October 2 during the Contemporary Fine …

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Obituary: Lois Litz – Portland Press Herald

Lois Litz KENNEBUNK – Lois Litz passed away peacefully on September 20, 2022 after nearly 99 years of a full and active life surrounded and comforted by her beloved friend, Marie and the dedicated and loving staff of Avita of Wells. Lois was born and raised in Monson, Mass. She …

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Buffalo Bill Art Show and Sale Quick Draw Raises Over $100,000

The 41st Annual Buffalo Bill Art Exhibition and Sale ended with an artistic flair and record fundraising, with art sales from the two-day event totaling nearly $1.2 million. Saturday, September 24 was a day of perfect weather for the Robbie Powwow Garden collection of artists and patrons at the Buffalo …

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Annual fundraiser for fine arts: fine arts and champagne

SCOTTSDALE, Ariz., Sept. 24, 2022 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Scottsdale Artists’ School announces its annual fine arts fundraiser: Fine Arts and Champagne. The Scottsdale Artists’ School’s annual fine arts fundraiser, Beaux Arts and Champagne 2022, will be a hybrid event this year. For the past 39 years, the Scottsdale Artists’ …

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CFPB study highlights need for “Buy Now, Pay Later” rules

The Consumer Financial Protection Bureau (CFPB) is preparing to put in place the same type of strict protections that it places on credit card companies in the “Buy now, pay later” (BNPL) sector, following the publication of a recent study on the practice. Officials said their findings revealed a booming …

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This Week in History, 1951: A Montreal art dealer discovers EJ Hughes, with the help of the RCMP

Breadcrumb Links New Local News local arts Entertainment Dr. Max Stern also organized the only commercially successful exhibition of Emily Carr during her lifetime. Publication date : Sep 23, 2022 • 48 minutes ago • 3 minute read • Join the conversation Artist EJ Hughes paints in his studio in …

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Morrisons, Asda, Sainsbury’s, Tesco and Aldi prices rise

The price of common household items has risen by nearly two pounds in the past three months, according to a new analysis. A survey by Newsquest’s digital optimization team has found collective prices for ten common items in the weekly grocery store of the UK’s biggest supermarkets have risen amid …

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Phillips partners with another auction house in ambitious plan to expand presence in China

Phillips will join forces with Chinese auction house Yongle to form a new partnership – the two will collaborate on a series of fall sales in Hong Kong and Beijing. The ambitious plan is the London-based auctioneer’s latest bid to boost its market presence in mainland China while creating a …

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LendingPoint seeks to raise $311.8 million

LendingPoint is preparing to sponsor its latest securitization of income streams from its consumer unsecured installment loan pool. Asset securitization trust LendingPoint 2002-C is set to issue $311.8 million worth of notes, in a deal expected to close later this month. In a first for LendingPoint’s asset securitization program, the …

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Preview of the art exhibition entirely inspired by Nicolas Cage and his cat

An art exhibition called Uncaged: The Unbearable Weight of Genius Cat Art arrives at CatCon on October 1 and 2, 2022. The convention, held this year in Pasadena, brings cat culture and pop culture together — a space that Nicolas Cage also inhabits as a prolific movie star and self-proclaimed …

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Brickworks’ share price edged higher on $746 million profit

Image source: Getty Images The Brickworks Limited (ASX: BKW) The stock price is edging its way into the green in morning trading amid the company’s release of its FY22 annual results. Shares in Australia’s largest building products maker are currently trading at $21.76 apiece, up 0.32%, after falling to $21.05 …

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Bloom House moves new ‘Art Attack’ event to online format

Bloom House Youth Services logo. Bloom House Youth Services was set to hold its first ‘Art Attack’ fundraiser later this week, however, during an appearance on KVOE’s morning show on Tuesday, Bloom House Board Chair Clara Corn, made an unfortunate announcement. https://media.socastsrm.com/wordpress/wp-content/blogs.dir/2530/files/2022/09/corn-fill-the-space.mp3 Although unhappy, Corn says they won’t cancel the …

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From tech to tools, a Columbia building has it all – The Columbia Chronicle

File photo Columbia Building at 623 S. Wabash Avenue houses various resources for students, allowing them to access materials and equipment for their artistic practices. The variety can be overwhelming and knowing what prerequisites are needed to access each resource can be daunting. Here’s a tier-by-tier breakdown of the resources …

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Little Caesars opens an Instagram gallery selling pepperoni-themed art

Diving Brief: Little Caesars Pizza reinvents its Instagram page into a pepperoni-themed art gallery to promote the rollout of a new menu item, according to a statement. The channel is taking advantage of the app’s grid layout for a one-day event on September 20. Little Caesar’s main page will post …

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BNZ Art Collection: Colin McCahon’s works sold for millions of dollars

Part of the BNZ art collection is auctioned off at Webb’s on Sunday. RNZ / Felix Walton Five works by New Zealand artist Colin McCahon sold for millions at the BNZ Art Collection this afternoon – and concerns over their sale still linger. Colin McCahon’s painting from 1982 Is there …

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The Lost Art of Nation Building

If you have already built anything other than a political career, you will know it takes a lot of smarts and tough yakka. Construction requires forward thinking, creativity, resilience, and most importantly, a plan for what the finished product will look like. Take those things away and you mindlessly create …

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Lexin Fintech Holdings Ltd. (NASDAQ:LX) Short Interest Up 13.6% in August

Lexin Fintech Holdings Ltd. (NASDAQ:LX- Get a rating) was the target of a surge in short-term interest in August. As of August 31, there was short interest totaling 1,420,000 shares, an increase of 13.6% from the total of 1,250,000 shares as of August 15. Based on an average daily volume …

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Te Papa buys two paintings at auction from the BNZ art collection

Sunday, September 18, 2022, 6:38 p.m.Press release: Te Papa Te Papa acquired two paintings at auction from one of the country’s most important private art collections. The paintings purchased by Te Papa are: Glenda to Tahakopaby Robin White, oil on canvas, 1978, purchase price $406,000. Design, by A. Lois White, …

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My Golden Line: Explore the Unspoken Truth

The achievement of the well-received realist painter Dileepa Jeewantha was not so much in innovating, but his relentless struggle to dig relentlessly deeper into his own soul. His brief but very dynamic involvement in the field of art exhibitions with its strong expression of inner struggle marks a remarkable presence. …

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BNZ Auctions Multimillion-Dollar Art Collection

Works by some of Aotearoa’s finest artists are up for grabs this weekend when BNZ auctions off 350 pieces. The old Bank of New Zealand has amassed an impressive collection of paintings, photographs and ceramics over the decades and now sells them to support community groups. “The Bank of New …

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Washington Trust Bancorp, Inc. Announces Quarterly Dividend of $0.54 (NASDAQ: WASH)

Washington Trust Bancorp, Inc. (NASDAQ:WASH – Get a rating) announced a quarterly dividend on Friday, September 16, the wall street journal reports. Shareholders of record on Monday October 3 will receive a dividend of 0.54 per share from the financial services provider on Friday October 7. This represents an annualized …

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Morning Buzz: September 16

1. The 4th Annual Fall Bike Celebration Weekend begins today in the Kalamazoo area. The weekend features many cycling-related events and raises awareness of the need for safe riding as the hours of darkness increase in the fall. Today, the first 30 cyclists to make it to the Vicksburg Farmers …

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Five things we love this week: September 16 | five things

Visit the art center The Kokomo Art Center Volunteer Exhibit opened last week and will be on display until October 8. The Art Center, located at 525 W. Ricketts St., will be open from 1 p.m. to 4 p.m. Friday and Saturday. The exhibit features multiple mediums (such as photography, …

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Mid-Month Action: 16 Awesome Things to Do in Montreal This Weekend

That’s it, Montreal, the last official weekend of the summer. Somehow we have already reached mid-September as the days continue to roll by. As October draws ever closer, here are 16 fun things to do in Montreal all weekend long. Art tattoo show If you’re looking to add a little …

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A community call to support a faithful friend

Jeff Arcel — musician, artist, and entrepreneur — is well known for his love of community, and especially Whitefish. His creativity and generosity are part of the fabric of the small town in which he lived most of his life – where he built his own home, raised his family …

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National Average FICO Score Still 716 | Credit card

National average FICO credit score did not increase between April 2021 and April 2022, news shows FICO data. While the average score remains solidly in range at 716, this is the first time since October 2012 that the average FICO score has not increased year over year and comes after …

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10 Must-See Events in the Hudson Valley, September 14-20

Devour. Catskill Food Festival at Dutchman’s Landing Park, Catskill on Saturday, September 17, 12-6 p.m. Food trucks, food vendors, live music and more. Rain or shine. For more information, visit https://m.facebook.com/events/411667894257275/.– Joe’s Choice Celebrate with Red Hook. Hardscrabble Music Festival, Village of Red Hook on Saturday, September 17, 10 a.m. …

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Children’s art exhibit draws parallels between WWII and war in Ukraine

Published on: 09/13/2022 – 08:00Amended: 09/13/2022 – 07:57 Warsaw (AFP) – A new exhibition of children’s art from post-war Poland and present-day Ukraine shows that armed conflict is always the same for the world’s smallest citizens, no matter where and when. “The way children perceive war, what they feel, what …

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Barclays reinforces commitment to EastSide Charter School with $1 million investment for new STEM center

The donation coincides with the 20th anniversary of the mentorship program launched by Barclays WILMINGTON, Del., September 12, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — Barclays today announced a $1 million investment in EastSide Charter School and Community Discovery STEM Hub. Barclays’ donation over the 2022-2024 period will support the growth of EastSide’s mentorship …

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Who is Saint Javelin and why is she all over the internet?

Before there was Saint Javelot, there were Eastern Orthodox icons of many saints, including, of course, the Virgin Mary. She is most often depicted with the Child Jesus. This often gave people the impression that Mary was gentle, submissive, and quiet. But that’s not entirely accurate. What do we know …

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