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Giorgione's Painting "La Vecchia" Gets a Facelift Before Traveling from Venice to the USA

Before & After restoration: Giorgione, La Vecchia (particular) © Gallerie dell'Accademia, Venezia (Venice, Italy) The portrait that the mysterious Venetian artist Giorgione painted of his mother, La Vecchia (The Old Woman), around 1508-1510 is heading to the States after a fresh nip and tuck.On Thursday evening, February 7, we had the opportunity to see La Vecchia in her new splendor before she takes center stage at the Cincinnati Art Museum in Ohio from February 15 to May 5. After ...
Tags: Travel, Usa, New York City, US, United States, Ohio, Venice, States, Republic, Genoa, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Art Museum, Hartford, Hartford Connecticut, La Vecchia, Leonardo da Vinci


Giorgione's "La Vecchia" Gets a Facelift Before Traveling from Venice to the USA

Before & After restoration: Giorgione, La Vecchia (particular) © Gallerie dell'Accademia, Venezia (Venice, Italy) The portrait that the mysterious Giorgione painted of his mother, La Vecchia (The Old Woman), around 1508-1510 is heading to the States after a fresh nip and tuck. On Thursday evening, February 7, we had the opportunity to see her in her new splendor before she takes center stage at the Cincinnati Art Museum in Ohio from February 15 to May 5. After that she is going on t...
Tags: Travel, Usa, New York City, US, United States, Ohio, Venice, States, Republic, Genoa, Cincinnati, Cincinnati Art Museum, Hartford, Hartford Connecticut, La Vecchia, Gabriele


Stacked-Up Book Thoughts: 5 Books, 2 Settings

It's is soooo weird but many of the books I read in late October and early November had connections to the Caribbean and involve people who are not exactly who they appear to be on the surface. The crossovers have been totally coincidental--I had no idea of the setting of some of them before I started reading--and this has led to some confusing moments. As in, "Wait! What island am I on? What year?" For example, (which I reviewed earlier this month), has a section that takes place at O...
Tags: Books, New York, France, Chicago, Rebecca, Paris, John, Bahamas, Caribbean, Daphne du Maurier, Hamptons, Seine, Max, Nassau, St John, Midwest


Non-Binary Authors to Read: September 2018

Non-Binary Authors To Read is a quarterly column from A.C. Wise highlighting non-binary authors of speculative fiction and recommending a starting place for their work. Welcome to September’s Non-Binary Authors to Read! This time around, I’m recommending three short stories and a novel, touching on environmental justice, magic and fairy tales, and space opera. Kathrin Köhler Kathrin Köhler is a speculative fiction writer and a poet. My recommended starting place for their work is “Girl Singin...
Tags: Boots, Books, Fox, Mother, Lulu, White, Pascal, Nico, Henry, Cyril, Kohler, NARAYAN, Alex White, Gabriele, Kathrin Kohler, Bougie


WHEN THE LETTER COMES by Sara Fox

When the Letter Comes by Sara Fox Published 5/22/2017 Henry believes that someday, something awesome will happen–everything will turn out all right and all her problems will disappear once her letter arrives, welcoming her to magic school. So even though puberty is already here with changes (like her voice deepening and hair growing in places she does not want), she also knows it’s only a matter of time. After all, hundreds of books have said so. But when the letter finally comes on Henry’s thi...
Tags: Books, Fantasy, Magic, Batman, Young Adult, Ya, Henry, Wendy, Gabrielle, Owen, Neverland, LGBTQIA, Gabriele, Annabel, Hellen, Book Smugglers Publishing


Oven Barbecued Chicken Wings Recipe

This Oven Barbecued Chicken Wings Recipe features a recipe from Food Network’s Chef Gabriele Corcos and Debi Mazar.  To make Oven Barbecued Chicken Wings, start with simple, homemade barbecue sauce with peach preserves, bourbon and honey. Season the chicken wings with spices paprika and cayenne pepper. Bake for 20 minutes. Recipe reprinted with permission, from Gabriele and Debi’s new cookbook, Super Tuscan.  Goodfellas and Entourage actress, Debi Mazar and Tuscan chef, Gabriele Coroco, co-host...
Tags: Meat, Anthropology, Recipes, Super Bowl Recipes, Debi, Tuscan, Gabriele, Debi Mazar, Gabriele Corcos, American Recipes, Appetizers/Bites, Oven Barbecued Chicken Wings Recipe, Oven Barbecued Chicken Wings, Gabriele Coroco, Orange Salad Dinner, Honey Miso Sauce Oven Barbecued Chicken Wings


New Tennessee-made Beretta M9 Pistols Continue Records for Reliability

Beretta M9 – America’s Sidearm Gallatin, TN –-(Ammoland.com)- Beretta Defense Technologies (BDT) is pleased to announce that new M9 pistols tested at the Company’s manufacturing facility in Gallatin, Tennessee have continued the world-record reliability pace for the product. Beretta U.S.A. completed the fourteenth consecutive M9 Lot Acceptance Test (LAT) this month with an average of only one malfunction every 19,090 rounds. During this testing period 42 M9 pistols were fired 210,000 rounds, w...
Tags: Guns, Virginia, United States, Tennessee, Beretta, Company, Plano, U S Army, Accokeek, New Tennessee, Gallatin, Gabriele, Gallatin Tennessee, Shooting Industry News, Firearm News, Beretta Defense Technologies BDT


History Dumas, Alexandre (père): Gabriele [German] V1 02.09.2017

Alexandre Dumas père; * 24. Juli 1802 in Villers-Cotterêts, Département Aisne; † 5. Dezember 1870 in Puys bei Dieppe, Seine-Maritime) war ein französischer Schriftsteller. Heute ist er vor allem durch seine zu Klassikern gewordenen Historienromane bekannt, etwa Die drei Musketiere und Der Graf von Monte Christo. Hier Gabriele, die beiden Bände zusammengefasst und gründlich überarbeitet. Fehlerfrei im Epubcheck. Attached Files Gabri...
Tags: Books, ePub Books, Alexandre Dumas, Juli, Villers Cotterêts Département Aisne, Puys, Gabriele, Dumas Alexandre père, Der Graf von Monte Christo Hier Gabriele


Bargain & Daily Book Deals 08/02/17

Today on Amazon’s Gold Box, get up to 50% Off on Adidas MLS Fan Gear, 20% Off on a Lenox Butterfly Meadow 12-Piece Bowl Set and 67% Off on a Lenox Butterfly Meadow 18-Piece Dinnerware Set, Service for 6. My Bargain Picks No Way Down: Life and Death on K2 ($0.99 Kindle), by Graham Bowley [HarperCollins] “No Way Down is both a gripping read and a clear-eyed investigation of the hubris, politics, and bad luck that brought on one of the worst disasters in modern mountaineering history.” — Micha...
Tags: Amazon, Audiobooks, Books, Science Fiction, Romance, Horror, Ghosts, Cowboys, Fantasy, Self-help, Holocaust, Everest, New York Times, Italy, Middle East, Kindle Books


28 Authentic Venice Artisans

If Italy is famous for its handcrafted quality, it’s thanks to a long tradition of making things. In the early modern period, each important city was known for certain high quality goods as well as decorative arts for the home. Just within Tuscany, Florence made cloth along the Arno (though later turned banking), Prato was famous for its wool, Montelupo did ceramics and Volterra produced fine alabaster objects. In the Renaissance, Venice was a center of trade where you could get literally anythi...
Tags: Travel, Abc, Rome, Italy, Franco, Venice, Headline, Venice Biennale, San Marco, Miriam, VENEZIA, Vittorio, Cannaregio, Emilia, San Gregorio, Pierre Cardin


Sports of The Times: Chemotherapy, Then the U.S. Championships, for Gabriele Grunewald

Like any professional runner, Grunewald is competitive and fierce down the stretch. But a huge obstacle sets her apart: She’s battling cancer for the fourth time.
Tags: News, Cancer, Running, Chemotherapy, Liver, Grunewald, Gabriele, Track And Field, Olympic Games (2016, Tumors, Olympic Games (2012, Gabriele Grunewald


Horror Boutet, Frédéric: Unheimliche Geschichten. (german) V1. 5 Nov 2016

Frédéric Boutet (5. November 1874 in Bourges, Département Cher, Frankreich; 31. Januar 1941 in Arcachon, Département Gironde, Frankreich) ist ein französischer Autor. (aus Wikipedia) Unheimliche Geschichten. Eine Zusammenfassung aus: "Die Dame in Grün": Langen/Müller, München/Wien, 1971. (Kap. 1-15) "Das letzte Abenteuer": Georg Müller, München 1927. (Kap. 16-17) Aus dem Französischen von Hanns Heinz Ewers (1871-1943) und Maria Ewers aus'm Werth (1839-1926). Inhalt: 1. Das letzte Abenteu...
Tags: Books, Wikipedia, ePub Books, Das, Der Mann, Gabriele, Grün, Karneval, eine Zusammenfassung


How One CEO, His Wife And A Cross Dresser All Became One Happy Family

"I LOVE hot yoga! Not to mention it releases dangerous toxins that can make me bloat if I'm not careful" says Gabriele. Gabriel, whose name has been changed to protect his identity, is on his way home to pack for a European trip with his older lover and his wife. "Being his personal assistant gives me access to the best money can buy! I shop for the 3 of us!" Gabriele says that he and his lover's wife are total opposites in every way possible. "I, as you can see, am a tall slender, size 4 in wo...
Tags: London, News, US, Italy, Burberry, Tom Ford, Huffington Post, Covent Garden, Gabriele


Jinshin Jyutsu for Fibromyalgia and CFIDS – REJUVENATE

As many of my regular readers know, I have been seeking different types of alternative therapies for Ankylosing Spondylitis, Fibromyalgia, and Chronic Fatigue Syndrome since 2009 when I first received my diagnosis. As my health continues to worsen, I am constantly looking for new ideas and different treatments, especially natural treatments, to help me deal with my conditions. I had great success with Reiki a few years ago until my Reiki specialist moved away. I’ve also tried several treatments ...
Tags: Travel, Health, Facebook, Hong Kong, Taiwan, Features, Chronic Illness, Beijing, Austria, SEC, Ellen, Reiki, Chronically Ill Abroad, Ankylosing Spondylitis, Chronic Fatigue Syndrome, Fibromyalgia


10 Essential Branding Maxims

A version of this article previously appeared in Forbes. In 1987, when Rick Astley filmed the video for his hit song Never Gonna Give You Up, he had no idea it would eventually become one of the most viewed videos of all time. By 2016, the video had been watched over 218 million times. Never Gonna Give You Up’s resurgence began in 2007, when a user on an obscure gaming site posted a link to Rick’s video under the heading for a trailer of the not-yet-released Grand Theft Auto IV video game. One...
Tags: Startups, Uncategorized, John, Robotics, Guy, Rick, Rick Astley, Gabriele


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God's able-bodied one. Feminine of Gabriel.
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How Would You Incorporate Robots Into Your Daily Routine?

This week we bring you our pressing topic of the moment straight from our reader-driven discussion boards! This one's an interesting inquiry by Core77 reader Gabriele_Ermacora that involves a bit of future gazing. Well-versed in robotics, Gabriele asks: "I am about to develop this idea that excited me a lot: making accessible robotic software development to designers and artists in an easy way. [I want to make] a very easy interface for developing robotic applications accessible to non-expert or...
Tags: Design, Technology, Forum Frenzy, Gabriele


Met Opera: Domingo, Levine, and Verdi Together Again in 'Simon Boccanegro'

If one were able to choose a dream team for an exciting night at the opera, the trio of Placido Domingo, James Levine, and Giuseppe Verdi would be at the top of the list, and the Metropolitan Opera has brought all three together for a stirring and poignant revival of Simon Boccanegro. With a solid cast that includes the Armenian soprano Lianna Haroutounian as Maria (aka Amelia), the tenor Joseph Calleja as her lover Gabriele, and the basso Ferrucio Furlanetto as Fiesco, it is an exciting and mov...
Tags: Italy, Doge, Huffington Post, Maria, Genoa, Verdi, Amelia, Simon, Grimaldi, Levine, Giuseppe Verdi, Domingo, Metropolitan Opera, La Scala, Paolo, Gabriele


*Cooking Channel April 2016 Highlights

COOKING CHANNEL JUMPS ACROSS THE POND IN APRIL WITH NEW SERIES FOLLOW DONAL TO EUROPE AND THE MILLION DOLLAR CRITIC TRAVELS THROUGH NORTH AMERICA IN SEARCH OF REVIEW-WORTHY MEALS Plus: New Series Cheap Eats Seeks Out Budget Bites while Carnival Eats Returns with a New Season of Fairground Food Finds NEW YORK – March 1, 2016 – Cooking Channel kicks off April with a new episode of Million Dollar Critic, a fine dining experience with host and critic Giles Coren traveling through North America on t...
Tags: Europe, New York, Texas, Cook, California, Toronto, Online, Noah, Salmon, Atlantic, Nelson Mandela, Tennessee, Dolly Parton, Italy, Korea, Zimbabwe


MSU gallery chooses Clifton artist's works for its exhibition

The George Segal Gallery at Montclair State University has selected a pastel by Clifton artist Michael Gabriele for its "Art Connections 12" juried exhibition. The opening reception for the exhibit, which is free and open to the public, is Sunday, March 6, 2 to 5 p.m. Clifton artist Michael Gabriele's pastel "Blue Irises" has been chosen for inclusion at the George Segal Gallery at Montclair State University's juries' exhibition "Art Connections 12." The opening reception will be held March 6, 2...
Tags: MSU, Clifton, Gabriele, Montclair State University, Michael Gabriele, George Segal Gallery


Microsoft Windows 10: Is it worth upgrading?

Gabriele is sceptical about Windows 10 and still misses XP. With a new version due in a few days, is it worth taking the free upgrade, and when?I know you can’t answer, but what do you really think about Windows 10?I was sceptical from the start. When I started reading about how a lot of people in business are going to stick with Windows 7 until it’s ended, I thought: Get another machine now while they’re still affordable, and did so. Continue reading...
Tags: Technology, Microsoft, Windows, Software, Computing, Windows 10, Windows 7, Gabriele


3 Florence artisans 5 minutes away from the Duomo

One indicator of the quality and liveliness of a city is the presence of productive activity. If there are people who actually make things, physical things as well as virtual work, in a historic center, you’re in good shape. Florence has always been known for its artisans, and although many have been driven away from the center by high rent, a good number do continue to thrive, and others are starting up new businesses. The Oltrarno area is certainly the area with the highest concentration of ar...
Tags: Facebook, Europe, Madonna, Paris Hilton, Florence, San Lorenzo, Leonardo, Ricasoli, Principi, Santa Maria Novella, Botticelli, Duomo, Florentines, Pontormo, Rosso, Paolo


Will Work For Wine: Luca Signorelli’s Orvieto Duomo Contract and His Intoxicating, Apocalyptic Fresco Cycle

In 1499, Tuscan artist Luca Signorelli signed a contract to paint two remaining sections of the Cappella Nuova (new chapel) of the Duomo in the Umbrian town of Orvieto. By 1502 (or 1504, depending on which documentation you read), he had completed his “End of the World” fresco cycle in what is now known as the San Brizio Chapel. The apocalyptic scenes, some “with their winged devils diving and rolling in the sky, and death-rays devastating terrified crowds on the ground below, uncannily prefig...
Tags: Travel, Art, Religion, Rebecca, Italy, Raphael, Wine, Kate, Dante, Umbria, Arts And Culture, Calabria, Abrahams, Antichrist, Sistine Chapel, Savonarola


Craig Cathcart pens new four-year deal with Watford

Craig Cathcart has extended his stay at the club. Defender Craig Cathcart has signed a new four-year deal at Watford. Cathcart, 26, made 30 appearances for the Hornets last season as they won promotion to the Premier League. The Northern Ireland international who started his career at Manchester United, signed for Watford from Blackpool last summer. Watford, under new head coach Quique Sanchez Flores, have already been busy during the close-season, with Matej Vydra turning his loan move from Ita...
Tags: Story, Manchester United, Northern Ireland, Blackpool, Watford, Barclays Premier League, Udinese, Quique Sánchez Flores, Hornets, Matej Vydra, Craig Cathcart, Gabriele, Watford Cathcart


The Torta al Testo Taste Test

I snort when I laugh really hard. I do. And there are only a couple of people in this world who can regularly make me laugh so hard I get to snorting. Jennifer McIlvaine, blogger, chef, and irreverent Philly girl, is one of those people. She’s a foodie with attitude, an ironic commentator on the quirks of living shoulder to shoulder with the Umbrians, and one of the most talented chefs I know. She is also the mother of lovely Olivia and Gabriele and wife of Federico, one of the region’s experts ...
Tags: Food, Tuscany, Umbria, Puglia, Olivia, Philly, Federico, Foligno, Assisi, Gabriele, Food and Wine in Umbria, Rebecca's Ruminations, Torta Al Testo, Todi, Jennifer McIlvaine, Testo