Monthly Archives: September 2022

Minister: Lithuania will provide winter clothes worth about 2 million euros to Ukrainian troops

“We will buy winter clothes from Lithuanian companies for a few million euros over the next few months and hand them over to Ukrainian troops, which means that up to 25,000 Ukrainian soldiers will receive winter clothes,” Anusauskas said during a presentation on the country’s security situation in parliament on …

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First Keely King Slates Art Exhibition at JJ Harrington Gallery

It’s a tale as old as time: the desert calls the artist. The artist responds to his wild call. The open sand landscape inspires innovative art. One of the latest emerging talents to push his work to the local scene has honed the prospect of Utah’s Keely King transplant in …

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The Media Matters takes on new leadership after 22 years

LEXINGTON, North Carolina — Kathy Wall, founder of public relations and marketing firm The Media Matters, is moving into an advisory role with the agency she started in 2000. Dawn Brinson, the agency’s vice president of strategic marketing, will succeed Wall in the role of president. The change will take …

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Antiques Roadshow Experts Baffled As Guest ‘With More Money Than Common Sense’ REFUSES To Sell Item

Experts at ANTIQUES Roadshow have been left baffled after a guest refused to sell John Lennon’s old door number – despite its staggering valuation. The man took the plaque – which bore the number 251 – when the show traveled to Liverpool, where the Beatles formed in the 60s. 3 …

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How to reduce energy bills: recommended clothes to heat the human and not the house

With energy bills on the rise, Britons are keen to save money wherever they can. As we say goodbye to summer and approach the coldest months of the year, many dread turning on their central heating. A blog post from a forum of money-saving experts has shared a clever way …

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Master the art of relaxation with Freedom Moses

With life’s busy schedule, it’s always important to take a moment and relax. Stroll around town, soak up the warm sun and cool breeze at the beach, or if you’re a buddy back home, enjoy a cold beer while lounging in your backyard. Enhance your wellness experience by relaxing in …

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This Wayfair sale includes furniture up to 62% off

In case you haven’t heard, there’s yet another notable sale going on at Wayfair where furniture, vacuums and small kitchen appliances are up to 62% off, including a stand mixer. KitchenAid and a Dyson vacuum. The sale runs from now until September 28, so you only have a few more …

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Grainlander Steam Train to a highlight of backcountry art

The Grainlander Rail Tour is run by 707 Operations, a volunteer-run organization that runs regular rail tours of the Victorian countryside. Photo: Supplied It’s not every day that you come across the pattern of one of the towering murals painted on old grain silos in western Victoria. It’s even less …

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Horses and heritage on the farm: Yenke Peddler antiques

CLEVELAND, Ohio — Traveling south to Mansfield this weekend will bring you back to a bit of historical significance. Heritage Days at Malabar Farm State Park runs from 10 a.m. to 4 p.m. Saturday and Sunday. Free admission to this 18th-century living history camp includes Civil War demonstrations, crafts, antiques, …

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Jane Emke seeks to renew Nearly New clothing store in Louisville

With shelves of designer clothes, shoes, handbags and other items — all donated — the Nearly New Shop is one of the city’s best-kept fashion secrets, according to the Louisville chapter of the National Council of Jewish Women. . Located on the lower level of the Mid-City Shopping Center in …

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All Hallows Art Fest Rises Again

The best part of the trick-or-treat is what happens right after the door opens. The same goes for All Hallows Art Fest, an annual September event in Petaluma that currently ranks as the second largest Halloween art showcase in the country. “People chime in, they look around, and then they …

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How ReLove turns mountains of landfills into furniture for homes

“It’s a pretty powerful model,” he said, “because all [of it] is given to us – furniture soccer fields [which is] no longer goes to the landfill. Loading Recently, a woman fleeing domestic violence was browsing ReLove’s warehouse. “She has nothing, her house is empty,” Fernando said. She selected chairs …

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Badges aren’t just for sheriffs

Palm Springs is a car city and the Coachella Valley is full of cars. Look at all the car auctions, dealerships, shows and even race tracks we have here. Old cars are great too, with all the accessories that come with them. Muscle cars of the 1950s and 1960s have …

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Antiques Roadshow expert Marc Allum at the Isle of Wight Arts Society talk

The new season of the IW Arts Society will be launched with the visit of Marc Allumfamous for his many appearances on the BBC Antiques Tour. He has been a BBC Antiques Roadshow miscellaneous specialist since 1998 and has appeared on numerous television and radio programmes. Marc has his own …

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The Contemporary Austin has perfected the art of urban weddings.

Famous Texas Jewelry Star Kendra ScottThe ability to juggle a work-life balance is truly impressive. The founder of her eponymous billion-dollar brand is a newlywed, a returning guest shark for the next season of shark tank, and she is about to file her first memoirs, Born to Shine: Do Good, …

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Headwaters Arts Hosts Fall Festival Juried Art Exhibition and Sale | bloginfo(‘name’); ?>

September 15, 2022 0 comments By Constance Scrafield The happy days are back for the Headwaters Arts Fall Festival, a well-established juried show and sale of top Headwaters Arts member artists. These artists do not necessarily live immediately in the neighborhood; many have joined from across Ontario, but each paid …

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Pramod Susare from Ahmednagar makes original furniture recycled from discarded used items

A mechanical engineer by profession, Pramod Susare had the idea of ​​making recycled furniture after seeing this unique concept in China during his professional training. For Pramod Susare, becoming an engineer was his childhood dream. He fixed his bike, serviced it, fixed the sewing machine at home and everything else. …

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Patagonia Clothing Founder Donated Entire Company Worth $3 Billion To Nonprofits Who Are Fighting Climate Change Like A Fool

The billionaire founder of outdoor clothing brand Patagonia is selling the company to a trust that will use its profits to fight the climate crisis. Yvon Chouinard, 83, said Wednesday that instead of selling the business or taking it public, he would transfer ownership from his family to the trust …

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A Grumpy Dad’s (Loving) Guide to UT Architecture | Art

The University of Tennessee has a mix of lush trees and grassy areas mixed with historic orange-tinted brick buildings, all set next to the Tennessee River, a setup that gives the homey feeling Rocky Top is known for . From a bird’s eye view, the UT campus looks pretty uniform. …

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Classic bottles celebrated, new discoveries discovered

The top lot of the sale was this rare historic “Tippecanoe” – “North Bend” cabin bottle, likely Mount Vernon Glass Works, Vernon, NY, circa 1840, which fetched $47,970, near the top of its estimate. Review by WA Demers, Photos Courtesy Norman C. Heckler & Company WOODSTOCK VALLEY, CONN. – Norman …

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Outdated furniture coming back

The personalization implied by these trends throws the very concept of “trend” out the window, at least in part. As people continue to love and choose mid-century modern furniture, for example, others will have the freedom to find an era they love (art deco, perhaps, or Victorian) and go for …

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Opening of the Beyond Van Gogh immersive art experience in Jacksonville

You don’t need to know art history to recognize Vincent Van Gogh’s The Starry Night. To a new immersive art exhibition opening this week in downtown Jacksonville, you can actually step inside the famous painting and approximately 300 of the 19th-century Dutch master’s most famous works. Beyond Van Gogh: the …

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Opinion: Takoma Park made a bad call in the art of high-pressure washing kids’ sidewalks

We could all do with a little more color in our lives. In recent months, a mural on the sidewalk in Takoma Park has become the subject of fierce local debate over public space. The mural, painted by children during the pandemic, was considered play art by some and graffiti …

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Scarborough Affordable Furniture Charity Expands

The community furniture store at Mount View Business Park is expanding with a major relaunch of the store’s offerings today. Community Furniture Store is a registered charity that collects unwanted furniture and household items donated by residents of the Scarborough District who no longer want them and then sells the …

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Primark has launched a new vintage clothing section in Manchester

New Vntage fans can expect to see unique denim jumpsuits and shirts, spaghetti tops, printed sweaters, 70s, 80s and 90s puffer jackets. Fast street fashion beast Primark surprised fans and haters alike this week by revealing plans to launch a new vintage clothing section. The retailer, which is regularly chastised …

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Kovels Antiques: Original Rolls Royce Hood Ornament – Flying Lady – would fetch a pretty penny | Home & Garden

Terry and Kim Kovel King Features Syndicate Fancy a bit of luxury? This “Spirit of Ecstasy” figurine reproduces the hood ornament of Rolls-Royce cars. In 1909, car enthusiast John Douglas-Scott-Montagu commissioned sculptor Charles Sykes to create a mascot for his Rolls-Royce. Sykes made a sculpture of a woman bent at …

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Fresno Cultural Center gets $7.4 million to show Latin art

Mariachi Centinela performed at the Gala de Cala celebration on October 30, 2021 at Arte Américas. JUAN ESPARZA LOERA Arte Américas, the only Latino cultural arts center in the Central San Joaquin Valley, had to temporarily close during the pandemic and was extensively vandalized. During its closure, the center had …

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How Bobby Kolade is tackling the used clothing business

How Bobby Kolade is tackling the used clothing business | atmosphere 09.08.2022 Used clothing has become big business and businesses in the North are reaping the benefits. With Buzigahill, the Ugandan designer hijacks second-hand clothes from the West and sends them back to the countries they came from in order …

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Fall and Winter Clothing Available for Families in Owensboro, KY

Shouldn’t everyone look and feel better? Doesn’t everyone deserve warm clothes to get through the winter? Shepherds Hand Clothing Ministry will provide clothing for people of all ages and in a wide variety of sizes, colors and styles. Here’s everything you need to know before you go. Working at Christmas …

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Camilla filmed the “Antiques Roadshow” episode at the Eden Project

The Duchess of Cornwall (left) with BBC presenter Fiona Bruce during a visit to the Antiques tour at the Eden Project. (PENNSYLVANIA) The Duchess of Cornwall filmed an upcoming episode of Antiques tour to the Eden Project, bringing with her two objects to evaluate. Camilla has visited Cornwall’s well-known biome …

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Pet Clothing and Accessories Market Forecast by 2031

Comprehensive analyzes of the fastest growing Pet Clothing and Accessories market provide insights that help stakeholders identify opportunities and challenges. The 2022 markets could be another big year for pet apparel and accessories. This report provides an overview of the company’s activities and financial situation (a company profile is required …

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Revolutionizing Art Collecting with Blockchain

It seemed inevitable that the world of fine art investment would now see decentralization and democratization through the blockchain. In recent months, there has been an increase in the development of NFT art collector DAOs. The premise is that by sharing the costs of what would otherwise be a prohibitively …

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Antiques Roadshow guest speechless on Gazza snap evaluation | Television & Radio | Showbiz and television

Antiques Roadshow is a BBC favorite and in a classic clip from Wollaton Hall, expert Raj Bisram shared his thoughts on a guest’s signed photo. Former footballers Vinnie Jones and Paul Gascoigne appear in the image which has become one of the most famous photos in football history. The guest …

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The rise and fall of basket weaving in the Pima culture

The other day, one of our regular customers who loves extravagant costumes came in and admired a newly displayed Native American war shirt. Not so long ago he would have bought it without a second thought. This time, however, he mumbled something about “cultural appropriation” and moved on. Having never …

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Huawei Trains Young People Through Internship Program | Arts & Hobbies

Huawei Technologies Jamaica Company Limited hosted six students from the University of Technology Jamaica and the University of the West Indies (UWI) in Mona, Jamaica for its internship program. The program, launched in 2019, offers young talents the opportunity to put their knowledge and skills into practice in different areas …

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Why students protesting women’s clothing are scary

Since last Thursday, protests over women’s clothing have taken place at four major educational institutions, namely University of Dhaka, Jagannath University, Islamic University and North-South University. One slogan goes so far as to say, “Women who destroy national culture by adapting a Western way of life are cultural terrorists.” The …

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The Gains and Failures of Hip-Hop Clothing Deals

When hip-hop artists reach a certain stage in their careers, the obvious next step is to think big by releasing music and developing business in other areas. One of the first paths taken by many is the fashion industry, especially given the impact style has had on gender over time. …

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Dolly Parton announces Doggy Parton, a pet clothing line

Dolly Parton officially has something to offer everybody. The country legend offers various lines of merchandise and accessories for sale, in addition to his many movies and his book, Run, Rose, Run. Now even pets can benefit from its creativity. This week, Parton launched a brand new line of pet …

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House Side Hustles: How to Start Flipping Furniture | Opinion

Two bedside tables, a bookcase, a wooden filing cabinet, sandpaper, drill bits, paint-stained tarps and cans of paint – our little apartment looks more like a carpentry workshop every day. Why, you might ask, did we cram extra furniture into our tiny house, painting and sanding the evenings? Simple. It’s …

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