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Legendary Disney artist Mary Blair is featured at this museum

  Mary Blair, Concept art for façade of “It’s a Small World,” c. 1962-63, gouache on board. (Photo Courtesy of the Hilbert Museum) Rebecca Gacek, of Laguna Beach, checks out the Mary Blair exhibit at the Hilbert Museum of California Art in Orange. The museum is displaying the legendary Disney illustrator’s work that includes the exteriors for “It’s A Small World,” and stills for “Alice in Wonderland,” “Cinderella” and “Peter Pan.” (Photo by Jeff Gritchen, Orange County Register/SCNG) ...
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A New Perfume in the Edward Bess Line: Last Night

Edward Bess is a make-up artist who founded his own cosmetics brand with an exclusive  lip-color line in 2006 when he was not even 20 years old. Born in Charleston, South Carolina, Edward Bess had been infatuated with the world of beauty from an early age on. "Even as a young boy my mother and three sisters looked to me for beauty advice – a glimpse into my future guiding women to look their be... Read full article: A New Perfume in the Edward Bess Line: Last Night from Fragrantica Perfumes and...
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Djimon Hounsou Explains How Korath From ‘Guardians of the Galaxy’ Fits Into ‘Captain Marvel’ [Set Visit Interview]

Djimon Hounsou returns to the Marvel Cinematic Universe in Captain Marvel, reprising his role as Korath. You might remember we last saw Korath in Guardians of the Galaxy as a subordinate of Ronan the Accuser who travels to the planet Morag to retrieve an Orb that has been stolen by Star-Lord. While the character was killed in that film, a younger version of Korath will appear in this MCU prequel. Before he joined Ronan, ’90s-era Korath was a member of Starforce alongside Carol Danvers. On the L...
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Steve Levy, Actor in ‘Shameless,’ ‘Ray Donovan,’ Dies at 58

Actor and comedian Steven Levy, aka Steve Bean, died Jan. 21 after a battle with cancer. He was 58 years old. Born in Lynn, Mass. and raised in Providence, R.I, Levy attended Carnegie Mellon University and cut his theatrical teeth performing stand-up at local Pittsburgh area nightclubs. In 1980, Levy teamed up with comic Chris […]
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A Page of Madness: The Lost, Avant Garde Masterpiece from Early Japanese Cinema (1926)

It’s a sad fact that the vast majority of silent movies in Japan have been lost thanks to human carelessness, earthquakes and the grim efficiency of the United States Air Force. The first films of hugely important figures like Kenji Mizoguchi, Yasujiro Ozu, and Hiroshi Shimizu have simply vanished. So we should consider ourselves fortunate that Teinosuke Kinugasa’s Kuretta Ippei -- a 1926 film known in the States as A Page of Madness -- has somehow managed to survive the vagaries of fate. Kinuga...
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Historic apartment is rehabbed into a bright and modern home in Barcelona

In Barcelona, Spain, a historic apartment in a block of flats dating back to the 1900s has been transformed into a minimalist and modern home. Local design studio Alventosa Morell Arquitectes directed the renovation for clients who wanted a completely renewed space with greater access to daylight. Completed in 2017, the project, called the TS01 Interior Refurbishment, not only offers improved access to natural light and ventilation, but also uncovers original architectural details. Located in...
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G-dot & Born x Soulslicers – “Gettin By” (Video)

Celebrating the release of their new “Drippin Soul EP”, Boston rap duo G-dot & Born drop a cinematic new video “Gettin By” produced by Swiss duo Soulslicers.
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G-dot & Born x Soulslicers – “Drippin Soul” EP

Boston rap duo G-dot & Born have joined forces with Swiss production tag-team Soulslicers to release their “Drippin Soul EP”.
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The Psychedelic 1970s Animations of Keiichi Tanaami: A Music Video for John Lennon’s “Oh Yoko!,” Surreal Tributes to Elvis & Marilyn Monroe, and More

If you want to see the West as you've never seen it before, go to Japan. Since the end of the Second World War, there have been few big Western phenomena in which Japanese creators have not taken an interest, then turned around and made their own. One of the most powerful imaginations among those creators belongs to Keiichi Tanaami, who came of age surrounded by the likes of Mickey Mouse and Elvis after doing much of his growing up amid the chaos and devastation of war. Born in 1936 and ...
Tags: Google, Art, Facebook, Japan, Usa, New York, College, New York City, John Lennon, America, Animation, Marilyn Monroe, Playboy, Stephen Hawking, Andy Warhol, Elvis Presley

Florian Beigel obituary

Architect and educator whose Architecture Research Unit revolutionised the way the discipline was taughtFlorian Beigel, who has died aged 76, was a hugely influential architect and teacher. For more than 40 years, Architecture Research Unit, his studio at the Polytechnic of North London (now London Metropolitan University), educated successive generations of architects both directly and vicariously, through his compelling lectures, writings and drawings, its numerous, beautiful publications, and...
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‘Springsteen on Broadway’ is Coming to Netflix This December

Fans of American music icon Bruce Springsteen will soon be able to Spring-stream his one-man show on Netflix. Read more about when you’ll be able to catch The Boss’s Springsteen on Broadway on the streaming service. Netflix has announced that Springsteen on Broadway, rocker Bruce Springsteen’s one-man show that he’s been performing for years, will be available to stream starting December 15, 2018. Rolling Stone points out that that’s the same day the singer/songwriter is supposed to end the ...
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This Is How To Be The Coolest Girl At The 4th Of July BBQ

It's understandable if you're feeling fatigued by all the weird things people are putting on their nails — there's been nipples, fidget spinners, and tampons, to name a few — but don't swear off nail art just yet. Why? Because if there's any time to go back to the classics, it's the Fourth of July — a celebration of primary colors and the good, ol' simple life.By all means, paint all 10 fingers in solid red or blue, but if you're trying to stage the perfect holding-a-Coca-Cola-on-the-beach Inst...
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Buckminster Fuller Appears on the Los Angeles New Age Cable TV Shows, Psychic Phenomena and Quest Four (1979-82)

Has the world ever known a more compellingly eccentric cultural outlet than the fringes of Los Angeles television in the 1970s and 80s? For the most part a realm of false prophets, unhinged crackpots, desperate pitchmen, and Cal Worthington, its airwaves also occasionally carried the thoughts of important minds. Take, for instance, the appearances on the public-access cable programs Psychic Phenomena: The World Beyond and Quest Four: The Fourth Dimension of none other than prolific archi...
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How to Finance A Startup Business

After telling your boss to go to – well, you know where – and coming home to explain to your wife what you had just done, you sat in your man cave and processed both reactions: your boss was shocked and your wife was seriously mad. You’ve got this, so you assured her. But, is that really the case? Yes, you have a wonderful business idea that will surely take off, but she brought up a very important point: How are you going to finance it? Don’t fret as we share with you the best tips on financing...
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Pulitzer Prize-winning photographer Oded Balilty

Oded Balilty is a Pulitzer Prize-winning Israeli photographer. Born and raised in Jerusalem, he began his career as a photographer for the Israeli army magazine Bamahane. In 2002, at the height of the second Palestinian uprising, Balilty joined the Associated Press.
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Elena Millie, poster curator of the Library of Congress, died last fall

ELENA MILLIE Published in The Washington Post on Nov. 23, 2017 ...
Tags: Comics, Congress, Washington Post, Library Of Congress, Greenwich, Born, University Of North Carolina, Lee, Elena, Mike Rhode, Nagel, Greenwich CT, Patrick Nagel, Julia Day, Potomac Valley, Elena Millie

Hospital Airs out Its Dirty Laundry – Along with Stillborn Babies

Hospital Airs out Its Dirty Laundry – Along with Stillborn Babies The post Hospital Airs out Its Dirty Laundry – Along with Stillborn Babies appeared first on Legal Reader.
Tags: Business, Death, Grief, Family, Lawsuit, Legal, Minnesota, Children, Law, Babies, Police, Court, Years, Case, Body, Hospital

Who’s Who in the Mullum Zoo

Mullum Music Festival offers the music lover a chance to get schooled up in some of the newest, grooviest, or sometimes glorious but still undiscovered music buzzing around the planet. So who are the top 5 picks? Too Many Zoos bring the blast of the horns out of New York, in a genre they self define as ‘brass house’. Finding their mojo busking in the Subway, the trio who feature Matt Doe on Trumpet, David Park on drums and Leo Pellegrino on baritone sax, went viral on YouTube with one of their...
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How to Split the Bachelorette Party Bill

We’ve all been there. You—and the 10 other girls in your dinner reservation—are (several) cocktails deep, ready to hit the dance floor. Then the server shows up with one, long check. All of a sudden, you’re doing rocket science, trying to divide that bill into the inevitably odd number of dinner guests while adding up credit cards. Multiply that by a bachelorette weekend’s worth of expenses, and you’re looking at more headache than a hangover! Untamed Heart Photography We’re giving you the pres...
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How to Incorporate Multiple Religious Traditions as a Modern Couple

Fusing two (or more) faiths into one marriage can be tricky – and emotional. Planning a wedding that will celebrate multiple traditions can be helpful, though, because it will start conversations about how you plan to prioritize your faith and what that will look like in your own marriage. Kesley Combe Photography If you’re planning an interfaith wedding, here are some things to consider: Remember the common denominator The transformative power of love weaves through all religions and cultures....
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14 Ways to Include Your (Furry) Best Friend In Your Wedding

Your pet is probably your best friend, your first child, and your favorite member of the family, all rolled into one. If you’re like me, you talk to your “fur baby” more than anyone else on earth. You are her mom, after all! Sophie Kaye Photography A day this important should include all your loves – even the four-legged, fluffy, or feathered kind. A special role or a custom detail is a must for the pet who will be completing your new family. Keep in mind, not all wedding venues allow pets. Mak...
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How to Include Your Future In-Laws in Wedding Planning

Ask anyone who has ever been married. When you say, “I do,” you’re making a commitment to the entire family. When you take their last name, you’re taking on generations of family history, traditions, and occasional drama. You might be new to the family, but, with a little effort, you might just become their favorite child. (Sorry, babe!) Graham Terhune Photography Let’s begin with the proposal… Express Your Excitement Start practicing your Oscar speech now. When you announce your engagement to...
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5 Ways to Make Your Elopement Feel Extra Special

Eloping has its benefits. It can save you a lot of time, money, and stress. The best part: your big day can be all about YOU! Here’s how to add some extra meaningful touches to your magical moment. Michele Beckwith Photography Pick a Sentimental Location One of the biggest benefits of eloping is that it’s all about YOU – and your fiancé, of course. Start by selecting a location that feels personal for you both. Another benefit? You don’t have to stick to wedding venues. Getting married somewhe...
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U.S. Citizen Detained for Several Years Not Eligible for Compensation

U.S. Citizen Detained for Several Years Not Eligible for Compensation The post U.S. Citizen Detained for Several Years Not Eligible for Compensation appeared first on Legal Reader.
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5 Tips to Rock Your Premarital Counseling Sesh

Ready to plan for your future? Premarital counseling is as important to planning your wedding as setting the date! If you’re having a religious ceremony, you might already be registered for faith-based counseling through your place of worship. Your wedding planner, friends, or insurance company are other great resources for counselor recommendations. Let’s talk about how to make the most of your sessions. Tamara Gruner Photography Accept the Challenge It’s not going to be easy, but nothing wor...
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Curate a Thoughtful + Practical Wedding Welcome Bag

Your out-of-town guests have literally gone the extra mile to attend your wedding. They’ve doled out extra funds for travel – and probably budgeted a little more for accommodations. All because they love you that much. Here’s how to put together a bag that says “Welcome! I’m so glad you’re here!” Jose Villa Photography Pick a Bag …or a box, or a basket. Whatever you choose will the base for your gift – and a valuable first impression for your guests. A simple canvas bag is always a great option...
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This Is How To Be The Coolest Girl At The 4th Of July BBQ

It's understandable if you're feeling fatigued by all the weird things people are putting on their nails right now — nipples, fidget spinners, and tampons, to name a few — but don't swear off nail art just yet. Why? Because if there's any time to go back to the classics, it's the Fourth of July — a celebration of primary colors and the good, ol' simple life.By all means, paint all 10 fingers in solid red or blue, but if you're trying to stage the perfect holding-a-Coca-Cola-on-the-beach Instagr...
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'Fate Of The Furious' Becomes The Second 'Fast And The Furious' Movie To Earn $1 Billion

The “Fast and the Furious” pedal earned another medal this weekend, with “The Fate of the Furious” grossing $1 billion. As of Sunday, the eighth “Furious” installment has earned $192.7 million domestically and a whopping $867.6 million overseas, according to Universal Pictures’ estimates. It’s the 30th movie in history ― and the second in the franchise, after 2015’s “Furious 7” ― to join the billionaires’ club.  “The Fate of the Furious” pulled this off after just 17 days in theaters, the same ...
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15 Feminist Baby Names For Women's History Month

It is women’s history month and what better way to honor the past by naming the future? The following 15 female names reflect three hundred years of fighters for women’s rights. Most of these women have advocated several other causes, most commonly civil rights, well before their time. Each name below includes the origin and meaning of the name, as defined by, as well as just some of the women who carried that name along with their causes. 1. Amelia: Amelia is of Latin origin an...
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Highlights from the Disney Social Media Moms Conference #DisneySCCM

The Disney Social Media Moms Conference took place in early February and it was land and sea! This was my 4th time being part of the Celebration and it’s always magical and fun and just a really good time. One of the reasons why I love conferences is because I get a chance to see people that I adore. it really is for me one of the main reasons why I go. We all spend so much time online blogging and doing social media, that sometimes we forget the actual social part of social. Since this conferen...
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