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ANALYSIS: Tag-team chief executives Newsom and Garcetti face fiercest common foe yet: coronavirus

With a backdrop of a massive Navy hospital ship behind them, the leader of the nation’s most populous state and his counterpart at the nation’s second-largest city faced cameras on Friday, March 27. The common goal: “Bend the curve” for COVIC-19. Defeat it. As Gov. Gavin Newsom met with L.A. Mayor Eric Garcetti on Friday in Los Angeles, they came together in the midst of an unprecedented crisis. It is not, however, the first crisis the two have faced. In Newsom’s relatively short tenure as gover...
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12 Southern California museums and cultural centers you can visit virtually

The entire state may be on lockdown due to the novel coronavirus pandemic, but that doesn’t mean people can’t visit museums and cultural institutions, at least virtually. In response to the stay-at-home order to fight the spread of the virus, several local institutions are offering a way to experience culture, art and science with new online programming. Much of the online programming is free, but donations to keep these institutions going are accepted. Here are a dozen places in Southern Califo...
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Imatag inserts invisible watermarks to track images around the web

Meet Imatag, a French startup that has been working on a watermarking product. Watermarking is nothing new, but the company has found a way to mark images even if they are resized, cropped, edited or compressed. Many photographers and brands watermark their photos so that you can see who’s the original source when the photo gets re-uploaded around the web and on social networks. But it’s not perfect. If you put a tiny logo in a corner, you can just crop the photo to leave the logo out of the pho...
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Balthazar and Rosetta Getty Give It Another Go in the Hollywood Hills

Actor, musician and oil heir Balthazar Getty, great-grandson of philanthropic oil tycoon J. Paul Getty — L.A.’s Getty museum is named after his family, has long sought to sell a crisply contemporary, ridgeline villa in the upper reaches of Nichols Canyon in L.A.’s Hollywood Hills that’s been on and off the market for about five […]
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Jenn VandeZande of SAP: The Uncomfortable Truth is Women in Tech are Over-mentored and Under-sponsored

What’s the status of women in tech? With International Women’s Day coming up this weekend, I had the real pleasure last week of moderating a panel on inclusion and diversity during the inaugural Ambient Experience Summit held in Atlanta and organized by Constellation Research.  It was a great event and I was proud to be the local host for the conference.  But the highlight for me was the panel, which featured Jenn VandeZande, Editor-in-Chief of SAP’s thought leadership site, and Lately CEO and f...
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After first coronavirus death in the US, first possible outbreak reported (ars technica)

Enlarge / WASHINGTON, DC - FEBRUARY 29: U.S. President Donald Trump pauses during a news conference at the James Brady Press Briefing Room at the White House February 29, 2020 in Washington, DC. Department of Health in Washington State has reported the first death in the U.S. related to the coronavirus. (credit: Getty | Alex Wong) Health officials in Washington state reported three grim new features of the coronavirus situation in the US Saturday. They reported the country’s first death, th...
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Patty Kazmaier Finalists Announced

Photo by Sean D. Elliot/NCAA Photos via Getty Images On Thursday, the USA Hockey Foundation announced the ten finalists for this year’s Patty Kazmaier Award, given to the top player in women’s college hockey. The University of Wisconsin leads the way with three nominees, while top-ranked Cornell, and Northeastern each have two finalists. Here are the finalists: Daryl Watts, who currently leads the nation in scoring with 67 points in 32 games, could potentially join Harva...
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Golden Gate Bridge officials demand that photographer remove photo from his website

Fstoppers reports that Photographer Bruce Getty posted a composite photo of the Golden Gate Bridge and a blood moon, but Bridge District officials are insisting that he take the photo down because they say the angle of the bridge makes it clear Getty trespassed to get the shot. The also want Getty to turn over any profits he made from the photo. From the article: By his own admission, Getty has been cited for trespassing back in 2014, as well as stopped last December by a police officer who insi...
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Bridge District threathens photographer after noticing he shot the Golden Gate Bridge from an “illegal angle”

Bay Area photographer Bruce Getty is facing legal action over a photo of the Golden Gate Bridge. According to the Bridge District, Getty took a photo of the bridge from an “illegal angle.” This led to him getting a cease and desist order and he’s threatened with prosecution if he shoots near the same area […] The post Bridge District threathens photographer after noticing he shot the Golden Gate Bridge from an “illegal angle” appeared first on DIY Photography.
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Judge Voids UNC's Controversial Settlement Over Confederate Statue 'Silent Sam'

The judge overturned the university system's settlement with the Sons of Confederate Veterans, concluding that the group didn't have legal standing to bring a lawsuit in the first place. (Image credit: Raleigh News & Observer/Tribune News Service via Getty I)
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Ad Age: Adageism

The challenge was to shatter stereotypes that women face in advertising through media depictions using Dove’s and Girl Gaze’s Getty photo library #ShowUs that were created to increase inclusiveness in advertising. adage_cover-competition_johannagranlund_amandawennberg_1_resized.jpg  
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"President Trump claimed on Saturday that a viral photo of his tan lines, which prompted #OrangeFace to trend on Twitter, was photoshopped...."

The Daily Beast reports.According to @photowhitehouse, the source of the photo, "This picture was never photoshopped, but used the Apple smartphone’s photo app to adjust the color of the picture": ⁦@realDonaldTrump⁩ returns to the White House from Charlotte, North Carolina. Photo by William Moon at the South Lawn of the White House on February 7, 2020 pic.twitter.com/n1a1Z93LrJ — White House Photos (@photowhitehouse) February 7, 2020 ADDED: TMZ says:DT was captured on camera by a guy named Will...
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Pizza Hut gets a new CMO and brands roll out the red carpet for the Oscars: Friday Wake Up Call

Plus, Martin Sorrell has a secret; Getty picks Academy Award winners and a look at Kirk Douglas' commercials.
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Why You Should Consider Attending Sing! 2020

This week’s sponsored post is to tell you about this summer’s Getty Music Sing! 2020 conference in Nashville, TN. Tickets are on sale now and early bird registration ends this weekend! This summer I will be speaking at the Getty Music Worship Conference Sing! 2020. This year’s theme will be singing the Scriptures and will include sessions led by Joni Eareckson Tada, John MacArthur, David Platt, H.B. Charles, and many more. There will be plenty of music, too, including concerts ...
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Radical Women: Stream the Getty’s Podcast That Features Six Major 20th-Century Artists, All Female

Only recently has “actor” become an acceptable gender-neutral term for performers of stage and screen. Prior to that, we had “actor” and “actress,” and while there may have been some problematic assumptions concerning the type of woman who might be drawn to the profession, there was arguably linguistic parity between the two words. Not so for artists. In the not-so-distant past, female artists invariably found themselves referred to as “female artists.” Not great, when male artists were referr...
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Three Great Modern Hymns for your Easter Services!

In partnership with my friends at Getty Music, I am pleased to offer three free downloads as you begin to prepare for your Easter services. The songs, along with the sheet music, are there for the taking! These songs were all featured at the Getty Music Worship Conference last year and are part of the Getty’s continued emphasis to write and produce congregational songs that are rooted in deep theology and timeless artistry. THE POWER OF THE CROSS MY SAVIOR’S LOVE ...
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Gunmen, Some In Masks, Swarm KY Capitol For 2nd Amendment Rally

Gun owners from around Kentucky showed up armed at the state’s Capitol building in Frankfort on Friday, rallying for gun rights and protesting a proposed “red flag” law and other potential gun limits in the state. The group “We Are KY Gun Owners” organized the rally, the Louisville Courier-Journal reported, and the event featured speeches from Rep. Thomas Massie (R-KY) as well as Dick Heller, the plaintiff in the case over the Washington, D.C. gun ban, District of Columbia v. Heller, that the...
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Here’s Why Artists Who Aren’t That New Keep Getting Nominated for the Best New Artist Grammy

Best New Artist: it sounds like the promise of a career about to take flight. But for many recipients of this breakout Grammy Award, the label has turned out to be a bittersweet one with a mixed track record of predicting future success — not to mention the burden of expectation it brings. And in the last decade, the award has been subject to shifting eligibility requirements, resulting in a title of dubious value which attempts to measure an artist’s potential while also designating them a...
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Federal Government May Tighten Restrictions On Service Animals On Planes

One of the biggest changes is that the Department of Transportation would no longer require airlines to consider emotional support animals as service animals, as they have in the past.(Image credit: Kansas City Star/Tribune News Service via Getty I)
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Top cleric urges supporters not to attack US as Donald Trump says regime has backed down

Latest news: All 176 passengers killed as Boeing 737 crashes near Tehran Iran brands Britain America's 'partner in crime' over Soleimani death US says attack planned by Soleimani was 'days' from happening More than 60 people die after stampede at general's funeral US bans airlines from flying over Iraq and Iran ​ Two rockets hit Iraqi capital's Green Zone ​ Subscribe to The Telegraph, free for 30 days A senior Iraqi cleric has urged supporters not to attack the United...
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Top cleric urges supporters not to attack US as Donald Trump says regime has backed down - latest news

Latest news: All 176 passengers killed as Boeing 737 crashes near Tehran Iran brands Britain America's 'partner in crime' over Soleimani death US says attack planned by Soleimani was 'days' from happening More than 60 people die after stampede at general's funeral US bans airlines from flying over Iraq and Iran ​ Subscribe to The Telegraph, free for 30 days A senior Iraqi cleric has urged supporters not to attack the United States as he claimed the crisis was over, shortl...
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‘Sounds of L.A.’ returns to the Getty

The Getty Center’s springtime monthly concert series “Sounds of L.A.” returns this year with 3MA, Ruby Ibarra and Hamilton de Holanda beginning on Jan. 18. 3MA is the pan-African string trio of Ballaké Sissoko, Driss El Maloumi and Rajery from Mali, Morocco and Madagascar. They’ll be sharing their original compositions on the kora, oud and valiha.  Ruby Ibarra is a Bay Area producer, rapper and spoken word artist on the L.A. label Beatrock Music. Accompanied by traditional and contemporary music...
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Matthew McConaughey unveils tiny eco-retreat in Australia

Academy Award-winning actor Matthew McConaughey is jumping on the tiny cabin movement, and it’s “alright, alright, alright” with us. The famous actor has teamed up with Australian travel company Unyoked and Wild Turkey to build The Reserve — a tiny, off-grid cabin that operates on solar power. We already know that McConaughey is a huge fan of the outdoors, and regularly disconnects from the hustle and bustle in places like his beloved, restored Airstream. His latest tiny cabin venture follows h...
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Trojans Throwback: 2004 USC vs California

Trojans Throwback: 2004 USC vs California Submitted by Loans on December 17, 2019 - 10:43pm. USC and California will meet up with for the 106th period at any time. The 2 plans consists of experienced historical clashes during the several years. Not too long ago the Trojans experienced a 13 calendar year profitable streak above the Golden Bears Jake Olson Jersey, on the other hand that was snapped once Cal defeated USC at the L.A. Coliseum. This calendar year USC arrives into the rec...
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Greece's Parthenon temple has had the wrong name for centuries, new research by archeologists claims

Sitting on top of the Acropolis, the Parthenon is one of the most dazzling buildings from antiquity, but for 2,000 years we have been getting its name wrong, according to new research. Dutch scholars claim that the name “Parthenon” – popularised in the Roman period - originally belonged to an entirely different building, not the vast stone temple that looms over Athens and attracts millions of tourists a year. The real Parthenon was in fact an ancient Greek treasury which contained offerings to ...
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Associate Director, Getty Foundation

The Getty Foundation is looking for an internationally recognized Associate Director professional, who is a demonstrated leader in academic art history, museum practice, or conservation. Overview The Getty Foundation is looking for an internationally recognized professional, who is a demonstrated leader in academic art history, museum practice, or conservation, to take on the position of Associate Director. The successful candidate will have experience working in a multifaceted ...
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Harvard and Yale are complicit in the climate crisis. It's time for them to divest

We risked arrest this weekend to protest against Harvard and Yale for continuing to invest in fossil fuels. Here’s why ‘Collectively, Harvard and Yale could be investing upwards of $1.2bn in the fossil fuel industry.’ Photograph: Boston Globe via Getty ImagesThis Saturday, we risked arrest at the 136th Harvard-Yale football game alongside hundreds of our peers and alumni. This was not an accident; it was a strategic choice. By leveraging our privilege as students of two of the world’s richest u...
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The Hockey Photographer

from Gare Joyce of Sportsnet, For 45 years, Bruce Bennett has captured hockey's greatest players, teams and memories, and shaped the way we see the game Aouple of hours before ticketholders start to file into TD Garden for Game 1 of the 2019 Stanley Cup Final, Bruce Bennett is setting up remote cameras at both ends of the rink. It’s a chore that he’ll have to do only a six more times this spring and, as always, an opportunity to get his game face on. He quietly keeps tabs on the c...
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Religion events in the San Fernando Valley area, Nov. 23-30

  An interfaith Thanksgiving service will be held on Nov. 25 at Northridge United Methodist Church on Reseda Boulevard. (Google Street View)   Find a spiritual experience this week at religious centers in the San Fernando Valley area. Here is a sampling of this week’s services and special events.   Christmas Boutique at St. Charles Borromeo Parish: Items for sale include baby items, decor, baked goods, home and kitchen items, jewelry and decorations/gifts for Thanksgiving and Christmas, 10 ...
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Patience pays for McIlroy as Lowry tries too hard

Rory McIlroy. Photo by Darren Carroll/PGA of America Rory McIlroy flushed "possibly the best shot I've hit all year" to roar into contention for the DP World Tour Championship in Dubai.But Shane Lowry confessed that he pushed too hard to keep pace with the likes of the Holywood star, who hit a 291-yard three-wood to four feet at the 18th and rolled in the eagle putt for an eight-u...
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