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The Renaissance Reno Downtown offers a gambling- and smoke-free environment that emphasizes Reno's overlooked artistic side — plus it has comprehensive new COVID protocols

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. The Renaissance Reno Downtown offers a quieter stay away from the casinos, but is still close to all the action. The hotel recently launched an Art Studio Package that turns suites into private art studios. I spent one night in a King Bed Suite for $220 to test out this package. My rate included an upgraded room, art supplies, and a complimentary bike rental.  Read more: Is it safe to stay in a hotel right...
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Lou Reed Concert Film Berlin Streaming Free Online for the Next Week

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=0SzuZfOZnp4 Last laughs can be sweet, and according to music journalist, Anthony DeCurtis, his friend, the late Lou Reed, “reveled” in the critical drubbing that greeted his 3rd solo album, 1973’s Berlin. Not immediately, however. Berlin, which followed hard on the heels of Reed’s widely adored Transformer, had a painful, protracted delivery. This was due in part due to RCA execs getting cold feet about releasing Reed’s grim concept record as a double albu...
Tags: Google, Music, Film, College, Berlin, New York City, Theatre, Brooklyn, New York Times, Andy Warhol, Rolling Stone, ANN, Lou Reed, Nancy, Cornell University, Lola


Dracula is not Dead – review

Director: Luizo Vega Release date: 2020* Contains spoilers Viewed at the 2020 IVFAF (I have used the date as the release date therefore, as I have no evidence as to an earlier release). This is a really tough film to review as it is more a piece of performance art than a film with structured narrative. This is looking at fashion, influence, celebrity culture etc through the vampiric lens and to me it is a good lens to critique this through as the entire thing seems vampiric. Dare I say that if ...
Tags: London, Movies, Paris, Vogue, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Van Helsing, Dracula, Voltaire, Vampire, Vlad Ţepeş, Lilith, Vlad Dracula, Nosferatu, IVFAF 2020, Luizo Vega


The best places to buy holiday ornaments

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. Target It's hard to beat the nostalgia and fuzzy feelings handmade ornaments inspire, but almost everyone rounds out their tree decorations with store-bought ornaments.If you want want to cover your tree from trunk to topper, it's hard to go wrong with Target's vast selection and versatile styles.A great tree needs more than just ornaments to feel complete. For lights, tree toppers, and more, check...
Tags: Reviews, Home, Nordstrom, New York, Downton Abbey, Etsy, Christmas, Disney, Holiday, Trends, Features, Chicago, David, Buying Guide, Andy Warhol, Michigan


Georgia's US Senate special election will go to a January runoff between Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Democrat Raphael Warnock

  Republican Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Democrat Raphael Warnock will compete for a Georgia Senate seat in a runoff election on January 5.  Neither candidate was able to secure more than 50% of the vote in November 3's jungle special election, where candidates of all parties ran on the same ballot. Loeffler's other main challenger, Republican Rep. Doug Collins, conceded the election via Twitter at around 10:30 p.m. the night of the election. See the live coverage and full results from the US Senat...
Tags: Politics, Obama, Senate, Germany, US, Barack Obama, Trends, Atlanta, Georgia, Live, House, Andy Warhol, Mitch McConnell, US Senate, New York Stock Exchange, Donald Trump


LIVE RESULTS: Republican Kelly Loeffler runs for a full term in Georgia's US Senate special election

  Sen. Kelly Loeffler is running for a full term to the US Senate in a November 3 jungle special election, where candidates of all parties run on the same ballot. Her main opponents are Democrat Raphael Warnock and fellow Republican, Rep. Doug Collins. Polls have closed in much of the state, though some remain open. See the live coverage and full results from the US Senate elections. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Sen. Kelly Loeffler is running for a full term to the US Sen...
Tags: Politics, Obama, Senate, White House, Germany, US, Barack Obama, Trends, Atlanta, Georgia, Joe Biden, Live, House, Andy Warhol, US Senate, New York Stock Exchange


Republican Kelly Loeffler runs for a full term in Georgia's US Senate special election

  Sen. Kelly Loeffler is running for a full term to the US Senate in a November 3 jungle special election, where candidates of all parties run on the same ballot. Her main opponents are Democrat Raphael Warnock and fellow Republican, Rep. Doug Collins. Polls in Georgia close at 7 p.m. ET on Election Day. Insider will have the full results of the race as they come in.  See the live coverage and full results from the US Senate elections. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Sen. Ke...
Tags: Politics, Obama, Senate, White House, Germany, US, Barack Obama, Trends, Atlanta, Georgia, Joe Biden, Live, House, Andy Warhol, US Senate, New York Stock Exchange


The Official Trailer for the New Frank Zappa Documentary Is Now Online

https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=U4F0rT0F6OQ Mark it on your calendars. Alex Winter’s new Zappa documentary will be released on November 23. To whet your appetite, here’s the official trailer for the film: “With unfettered access to the Zappa family trust and all archival footage, ZAPPA explores the private life behind the mammoth musical career that never shied away from the political turbulence of its time. Alex Winter’s assembly features appearances by Frank’s widow Gail Zappa and seve...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Music, Film, College, Prague, Budapest, Belgium, Andy Warhol, Frank Zappa, Gail Zappa, Frank, Facebook Twitter, Zappa, Beefheart, Alex Winter


Bizarro GOP Implosion Could Give Georgia Democrats a U.S. Senator

When two prominent Georgia Republicans decided to run for the same U.S. Senate seat this year, Republicans didn’t expect a kind, gentle contest.But many also didn’t anticipate what the race ultimately became: a bitterly personal, scorched-earth brawl between Sen. Kelly Loeffler and Rep. Doug Collins that has frayed friendships, scrambled delicate political loyalties in Georgia, and split high-profile Washington Republicans, including President Donald Trump himself. Even worse for the Georgia GOP...
Tags: Utah, John Lewis, News, Washington, Senate, Atlanta, Georgia, Fbi, Gop, House, Jimmy Carter, PAC, Mitt Romney, Andy Warhol, Republican, New York Stock Exchange


At Last Minute, Baltimore Museum Of Art ‘Pauses’ Controversial Sale Of Three Paintings

“The decision” — made just a few hours before the gavel was to fall at Sotheby’s — “not to move forward with the offloading of paintings by Clyfford Still and Brice Marden, plus an Andy Warhol canvas through a private sale, follows weeks of controversy, which culminated in indirect censure from the Association of Art Museum Directors.” – Artnet
Tags: Art, Andy Warhol, Visual, Brice Marden, Sotheby, 10.28.20


The White House is rolling its eyes at the big 'Anonymous' reveal

The White House is just as impressed with the revelation of "Anonymous" as everyone else.On Wednesday, former Homeland Security Chief of Staff Miles Taylor revealed he was the one who wrote a New York Times op-ed and a subsequent book detailing how he was part of a "quiet resistance" within the Trump administration. It wasn't exactly a surprising announcement considering Taylor had already spoken out against Trump, including at the Democratic National Convention two months ago.As White House...
Tags: News, White House, Dhs, New York Times, Andy Warhol, Homeland Security, Times, Taylor, Trump, White House Press, Kayleigh McEnany, McEnany, Jonathan Swan, Alyssa Farah, Sara Cook, Miles Taylor


When Andy Warhol & Edie Sedgwick, the First Couple of Pop Art, Made an Odd Appearance on the Merv Griffin Show (1965)

//www.youtube.com/watch?v=qYLiw5blnlE Andy Warhol adored television and, in a way, considered it his most formative influence. While his paintings, silkscreens, and films, and the Velvet Underground, might be all the legacy he might need, Warhol, more than anything, longed to be a TV personality. He made his first concerted effort in 1979, launching a New York public access interview show. In one of the show’s 42 episodes, Warhol sits in almost total silence while his friend Richard Berl...
Tags: Google, Art, New York, Television, Nbc, California, College, Mtv, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Alfred Hitchcock, Frank Zappa, Griffin, Andy, Facebook Twitter, Lynch


What you need to know about the special election for US Senate in Georgia

Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-Georgia) was embroiled in controversy over several well-timed stock trades some believe she made with insider knowledge on COVID-19. Reuters Sen. Kelly Loeffler is running for a full term to the US Senate in a November 3 jungle special election, where candidates of all parties run on the same ballot. Her main opponents are Democrat Raphael Warnock and fellow Republican, Rep. Doug Collins. Visit Business Insider's homepage for more stories. Sen. Kelly Loeffler is runn...
Tags: Politics, Obama, Kentucky, Senate, White House, Germany, US, Barack Obama, Trends, Atlanta, Georgia, Joe Biden, Andy Warhol, Mitch McConnell, US Senate, New York Stock Exchange


Apple Buys Rights to 'The Velvet Underground' Documentary

Apple today announced that it has purchased the worldwide distribution rights to "The Velvet Underground," a documentary from Todd Haynes. Haynes' documentary follows 1960's band "The Velvet Underground," which was headlined by Lou Reed and once managed by artist Andy Warhol. "The Velvet Underground" was known as the "house band" at the Factory, which was Warhol's studio that served as a hangout for artists and a venue for legendary parties. "The Velvet Underground" will feature never before...
Tags: Apple, Andy Warhol, Warhol, Lou Reed, Todd Haynes, Werner Herzog, Apple TV shows, Apple TV Plus, Apple TV Shows Apple, Todd Haynes Haynes


Todd Haynes-Directed ‘Velvet Underground’ Documentary Lands at Apple (EXCLUSIVE)

Apple TV Plus has scored worldwide distribution rights to “The Velvet Underground,” a new documentary from Oscar-nominated director Todd Haynes. Haynes (“Carol,” “Far From Heaven”) tackles the hugely influential 1960s avant-garde group, at one time managed by Andy Warhol and considered the “house band” of his iconic workspace The Factory. Haynes’ film aims to prove […]
Tags: Apple, News, The Velvet Underground, Andy Warhol, Todd Haynes, Haynes, Apple TV Plus, Todd Haynes Haynes Carol


Why Two Georgia Senate Candidates Are Fighting About…Mao Zedong

In Georgia, the senate campaign has become anything but local as two of the leading Republican candidates trade barbs over a portrait of Mao Zedong.  On Tuesday, Rep. Doug Collins (R-GA), one of the many candidates competing for the seat left open by the retiring Sen. Johnny Isakson (R-GA), went after Sen. Kelly Loeffler (R-GA) for an Andy Warhol painting or print of Mao hanging in her estate. The Loeffler campaign did not respond to questions about the portrait, spokesman Stephen Lawson t...
Tags: Facebook, Asia, Hong Kong, News, China, Atlanta, Georgia, Joe Biden, New York Times, Andy Warhol, New York Stock Exchange, Donald Trump, Perdue, Collins, Trump, Mao


Take a Digital Drive Along Ed Ruscha’s Sunset Boulevard, the Famous Strip That the Artist Photographed from 1965 to 2007

Ed Ruscha has lived nearly 65 years in Los Angeles, but he insists that he has no particular fascination with the place. Not everyone believes him: is disinterest among the many possible feelings that could motivate a painting like The Los Angeles County Museum on Fire? Nevertheless, the plainspoken Oklahoma-born artist has long stuck to his story, perhaps in order to let his often cryptic work speak for itself. Originally trained in commercial art, Ruscha has painted, printed, drawn, an...
Tags: Google, Facebook, Photography, Japan, College, Sacramento, Los Angeles, History, Architecture, Vw, Billy Joel, Andy Warhol, Ed Ruscha, Oklahoma, Seoul, Pacific Ocean


A Conversation with Greg Thornbury: Wokeness, COVID Truthiness, the Consequences of Trumpism and Much More

My series of blogcasts this summer was fun and well received so I thought I would follow up with some additional conversations. The first one drops today and features Greg Thornbury, Vice President for Development at New York Academy of Art in NYC. Greg was once president of The King’s College in NYC and has a long history in evangelical institutions. I continue to get positive feedback about our first interview. Greg and I discuss Eric Metaxas’ punch and run episode, COVID truthers, Al Mohler’s...
Tags: Health, NYC, New York City, Andy Warhol, Infertility, Tribeca, Greg, Al Mohler, King s College, New York Academy of Art, Flannery O'Connor, Larry Norman, Eric Metaxas, Gregory Alan Thornbury, COVID-19, Greg Thornbury


Greg Thornbury Talks About the Attacks on Wokeness

On Monday, I will post a new conversation with former The King’s College president Greg Thornbury. He is currently Senior Vice President at the New York Academy of  Art in Tribeca NY, a school founded by Andy Warhol. You can watch the first interview here. In this interview, I ask Greg about Eric Metaxas’ Punch and Run, evangelical COVID truther events, Al Mohler’s shift toward Trumpism, wokeness, and much more. In this brief segment, Greg tells me what he thinks Owen Strachan is really trying ...
Tags: Health, Andy Warhol, Donald Trump, Infertility, Greg, Al Mohler, King s College, New York Academy of Art, Owen Strachan, Eric Metaxas, Thornbury, Tribeca NY, COVID-19, Greg Thornbury, Eric Metaxas Punch


"Cool scribblings, coming softly from fingers."

Over-emotive piano playing... photos that look like something by Wes Anderson... or Andy Warhol... the fake fear/courage distinction about covid, and the return of “mother’s little helper.” You can eavesdrop as I read my blog to my husband. [Author: [email protected] (Ann Althouse)]
Tags: Podcast, Law, Wes Anderson, Andy Warhol, Ann Althouse


"Andy Warhol obviously just scribbled on a photograph. He spent, like, 1 minute."

I said after investigating this strange image we saw in the background as the author of a book about Jimmy Carter gabbed on "Morning Joe" just now. Meade called my attention to the TV screen. I'm trying to write a blog over here, but he thought it thought it was very funny. It's so awful — that "Warholized" photograph. What idea of Carter is that supposed to convey? That he's arty? Criminal?I said, "I think that is Warhol," because the only explanation for using such a bad, inappropriate image...
Tags: Amazon, Law, Jimmy Carter, Andy Warhol, Warhol, New York Times Magazine, Carter, Democratic National Committee, Meade, Jonathan Alter, Ann Althouse, Althouse + Meade, Smithsonian National Portrait Gallery, Criminal?I, Andy Warhol Warhol


The best hotels for enjoying the fall foliage in the Northeast

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. The Sagamore Resort Although COVID-19 continues to sweep the nation, many travelers in New England and the Northeast are seeking getaways to enjoy the annual foliage display.Autumn is a stunning time of year in this part of the country as the trees explode with colorful pops of pumpkin, crimson, and gold.We selected hotels ranging from $95 to $329 in prime areas for leap-peeping that prioritize soc...
Tags: New York, Cdc, Boston, New York City, John Lennon, US, Trends, Pennsylvania, New Hampshire, Maine, Dartmouth, Northampton, Portland, Andy Warhol, Philadelphia, Bolton


An Everlast executive reveals how the 'sport fighting' company is reaching new audiences through buzzy fashion collaborations with brands like Saint Laurent and Urban Outfitters

Everlast products are now available at Urban Outfitters. Urban Outfitters Everlast is expanding its business by betting big on strategic, and often unexpected, partnerships with luxury brands such as Saint Laurent and Gen Z favorites like Urban Outfitters. Though the 110-year-old brand is best known for outfitting and equipping professional boxers, wrestlers, and mixed martial arts athletes, it's finding wider name recognition through experimenting with fashion.  "What's important to us is...
Tags: Apple, Trends, Paris, Andy Warhol, Bronx, Everlast, Bloomingdale, Zoller, Laurent, Peloton, Supreme, Jack Dempsey, Rory MacDonald, Title Boxing Club, Benson Henderson, Bethany Biron


18 retail startups you didn't know were also sold on Amazon

When you buy through our links, we may earn money from our affiliate partners. Learn more. On Amazon, you can shop the luxe sheets that made Brooklinen famous, as well as the duvet cover and pillowcases. Brooklinen For a long time, if you wanted to find your favorite startup anywhere outside of its own website, you were out of luck. Slowly, they're beginning to join online retailers like Target and Nordstrom to make it easier for you to find and shop their innovative products. Amazon is a...
Tags: Reviews, Amazon, Startups, Nordstrom, Sleep, US, Trends, Nike, Features, B Corp, Patagonia, Andy Warhol, Casper, Purple, Bedding, Tommy John


Auction Report: A Gumby Watch Gifted By Andy Warhol To Keith Haring To Cross The Block At Sotheby's

“Nothing is important…so everything is important.” – Keith Haring
Tags: Watches, Andy Warhol, Keith Haring, Sotheby


Meet Steve Cohen, the controversial hedge-fund billionaire who just agreed to buy the New York Mets and owns mansions in some of America's swankiest ZIP codes

Steven Cohen, the new owner of the New York Mets. Lucy Nicholson/REUTERS; Samantha Lee/Business Insider Billionaire hedge-fund manager Steve Cohen signed an agreement to buy the New York Mets, pending approval from other Major League Baseball team owners. Cohen was banned from investing between 2016 and 2019 following a lawsuit with the SEC, Bloomberg reported. Cohen has a large portfolio of luxury real estate that spans from the Hamptons to Connecticut to Los Angeles. He has a net worth o...
Tags: New York, America, Los Angeles, Trends, Bloomberg, United States, Food Network, Connecticut, Showtime, Manhattan, Andy Warhol, SEC, University of Pennsylvania, Damian Lewis, Guy Fieri, Major League Baseball


The Disquieted Muses Grapple with the World - When La Biennale di Venezia Meets History

Freedom for Chile (1973) at Le Muse Disquiete - Photo: Cat Bauer (Venice, Italy) When La Biennale was forced to postpone the International Architecture Exhibition due to the current health crisis, it got creative and dug into its Historical Archives for Contemporary Arts (ASAC) to mark the 125 years that it has been in existence. For the first time, all the artistic directors of La Biennale's six different departments -- Art, Architecture, Cinema, Music, Dance and Theater -- have come...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Russia, United States, Chile, Italy, Belgium, Andy Warhol, Pablo Picasso, Venice, Adolf Hitler, Federico Fellini, Lufthansa, San Marco, Jasper Johns, Benito Mussolini


Personal Branding Like Lady Gaga

Stefani Germanotta, better known as Lady GaGa, is the founder of Lady Gaga: Personal Brand, a line of makeup products and accessories. Gaga took inspiration from Andy Warhol’s “The Factory” and founded her own social network, called “Little Monsters” (as we call it today), which inspired a following on Twitter. Germanotto and Fusari brainstorming have teamed up and developed the idea of using the Queen song “Radio Ga – Ga” as a reference to Gaga’s first public appearance in barefoot festive atti...
Tags: Beyonce, Seo, Madonna, Andy Warhol, Lady Gaga, Gaga, Joanne, Stefani Germanotta, Professional Brand, Little Monsters, Ga Ga


It's Music Week on Inside Guide

This summer is a weird one. The season known for long days, beaches and cross-country road trips has moved indoors, where a lot of us are spending more time hanging out at home with our families. In this alt-version of summer, people are searching for new ways to spend their time—and we’d like to help. Since 2009, we’ve been building a series of small applications that test the limits of what’s possible using new web and mobile technologies. We call them “Experiments,” and we built them to ch...
Tags: Google, Developers, Egypt, Andy Warhol, Mars, Hokusai, Kanagawa, Alexander Chen, Fabricius, Puzzle Party, Georg Fabricius, NASA JPL Mission Scientist Katie Stack Start, Gracy Kelly


Why it's important to remember that Andy Warhol was working class

Born Andrew Warhola to Slovakian immigrants in Pittsburgh, the legend's images of aspirational products and celebrities were influenced as much by his experience as a commercial artist as they were by his childhood living on the margins.
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