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Best things to do in Brussels

Among Europe’s big cities , Brussels doesn’t always get the attention it deserves. Yet Belgium’s capital has prime architecture, public parks, and 19 municipalities, each with its own distinct vibe. These include trendy Ixelles, artsy Saint-Gilles, and the city center with its Grand-Place on the main square, surrounded by opulent buildings. Add to that a unique artistic sense, excellent cuisine, and multilingual conversation — French, Dutch, and German are all official languages, and English i...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Belgium, Brussels, All, Art Nouveau, Nouveau, Gilles, Brussels Belgium, Manneken Pis, Horta, Ixelles, Neuhaus, Hergé, Peyo, Sablon


Strange and lovely music video generated from user-contributed imagery

Neuhaus.world is a music video for Rotterdam artist Jo Goes Hunting in which the hyperdelic landscape in the video is generated by photos contributed by visitors to the site. "The video is made by Moniker in conjunction with Neuhaus, a temporary academy for more-than-human knowledge at Het Nieuwe Instituut." Neuhaus.world (via Waxy)
Tags: Art, Videos, Post, Photography, Music, News, Net Art, Rotterdam, Neuhaus, Het Nieuwe Instituut Neuhaus


Christ is Still Our Hope, Even in Crisis

The recent revelations are stunning and abhorrent regarding former Cardinal McCarrick, the Pennsylvania grand jury investigation, the sworn testimonies of Archbishop Carlo Maria Viganò, and the worldwide parade of shameful news.  These accusations affect me viscerally.  I am angered, outraged, and profoundly sad. I know two things for certain: 1) It is extremely bad, and we are not done yet—many more dominoes will fall; and 2) the Catholic Church is still the body of Jesus Christ, and it will su...
Tags: Europe, Hope, Featured, Israel, Church, Religion, Pennsylvania, Crisis, Catholic Church, Jesus, Christ, Corinthians, Jesus Christ, PAUL, Judas, Adam


Matthieu Forichon

French illustrator Matthieu Forichon works in vector illustration, an approach that lends itself well to his crisp, elegant portrayals of fashion, travel, food and drink for clients like Louis Vuitton, Nespresso, Lillet, Camus cognacs & Neuhaus chocolates. I find particular appeal in his use of dramatic lighting in interiors and Parisian night scenes. Forichon’ss website is in French, but easily navigated by non-French speakers. You may find it a bit easier, though, to browse through his work i...
Tags: Art, Illustration, Rapp, Neuhaus, Digital Art, Matthieu Forichon, Louis Vuitton Nespresso Lillet Camus


European chocolate trip

Europe is home to some of the most innovative chocolate makers in the world, making it a dream destination for chocolate lovers. From Belgian pralines to French macarons, passion for chocolate can be found all over the continent. If you find yourself craving chocolate on a level your hometown just can’t satisfy, take a look at this dessert lover’s bucket list passing through the best chocolate shops in Europe. 1. Choco Story, Paris, France Photo: Ditty_about_summer/Shutterstock You’ll beg...
Tags: Travel, Europe, Milan, US, Spain, Barcelona, Switzerland, Belgium, Eiffel Tower, Brussels, Chocolate, Luxor, Oslo, Seine, All, Paris France


What is 'economic man'?

What is 'economic man'? Intellectuals are often vocal critics of capitalism. Most of them lean left politically, so it is easy to identify anti-capitalism with progressivism. It is therefore no coincidence that the modern welfare state has been administered by elites eager to correct supposed market failures on the way to a more egalitarian society. Leftist elites tend to be university professors rather than captains of industry, but elites they remain. H...
Tags: Religion, Vatican, Catholic, Reno, Michael, John Maynard Keynes, Acton, Michael Novak, Keynes, Neuhaus, Brian Fikkert, Richard John Neuhaus, Economic Justice, Amity Shlaes, Kishore Jayabalan, Irwin Stelzer


Not a Reformation but a Revolution

I write this on the day known to most Americans as Halloween but to some American Protestants as Reformation Day. A year from today will mark the five-hundredth anniversary of Martin Luther’s posting his 95 Theses on the door of the church in Wittenberg. Between now and then we’ll see a ramp up of conferences, meetings, and seminars concerning the anniversary, beginning with the pope’s visit to Sweden. Many people—mostly Protestants, of course, but also not a few Catholics—are talking of “celebr...
Tags: Europe, Church, Religion, Rome, West, Catholic Church, Geneva, Westminster, John, Luther, Calvin, Martin Luther, Jacob, Protestant, Anglican Church, Christendom


Double Music (1941). John Cage & Lou Harrison #watermusic

Nina Sun Eidsheim in the book Sensing Sound: The composers whose work I believe [Juliana] Snapper's most resembles are not those who foreground the sounds of water, but rather those who work with sound in water. Major composers who deal with the acoustic environment offered by water include Cage with Lou Harrison (Double Music, 1941), Max Neuhaus (Whistle Music, 1971), and Michael Redolfi (various works, 1981-present). With Cage and Harrison, Snapper shares the notion of changing the sounds of ...
Tags: Religion, John, Cage, John Cage, Neuhaus, Rgable, Lou Harrison


New York Air Show officials, Neuhaus ring opening bell at Stock...

NEW YORK The upcoming New York Air Show at Stewart International Airport was saluted at Monday's ceremonial ringing of the opening bell at the New York Stock Exchange.
Tags: New York, New York Air Show, Stewart International Airport, Neuhaus


New York Air Show coming to Stewart

The New York Air Show is coming to Stewart International Airport in New Windsor on Aug. 29-30 The two-day event will feature three branches of the U.S. military. It will be the first major air show at Stewart Airport, owned by the Port Authority of New York/New Jersey, since 2003. "There will be thousands of men, women and children coming to Orange County, utilizing our hotels, restaurants and local businesses,” Orange County Executive Steven M. Neuhaus said.
Tags: Orange County, Stewart, Port Authority, NEW WINDSOR, New York New Jersey, New York Air Show, Neuhaus, International Airport, Stewart Airport, Orange County Executive Steven


Faith and fervor: Neuhaus brought religion into the public square

Religion and politics can create a volatile mixture. For the Rev. Richard John Neuhaus, pastor, priest, and cause celebre of conservative political and religious issues, the resulting mix was a life dedicated to faith and lived out with unrelenting fervor in the public square.
Tags: Neuhaus, Richard John Neuhaus