LA Arts: John Varvatos and Timothy White to Host Anniversary Celebration with Photographer Henry Diltz & The Doors

Morrison Hotel Gallery at its Sunset Marquis outpost in, West Hollywood, CA, will host a celebration on Saturday, February 8, 2020 to commemorate the half-centennial of The Doors' landmark Morrison Hotel album and the esteemed fine art music photography gallery's own 20th anniversary.

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Academy Museum of Motion Pictures Announces Major Additions to Showcase Museum’s Costume Collection

The Academy Museum of Motion Pictures is pleased to announce numerous iconic movie costumes it has acquired through generous donations, partial gifts, and purchase. Costume design will be one of the many motion-picture arts explored in the Museum’s inaugural exhibitions.

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LA Arts: Morrison Hotel Gallery & Genesis Publications Host Exclusive Event: 'Another Day in the Life' The Photography of Ringo Starr

Morrison Hotel Gallery is thrilled to present a special one-night-only event, October 10th from 7:00 p.m. to 10 p.m., 'Another Day in the Life' - Ringo Starr, celebrating the unique perspective and vibrant photography of the one and only Ringo Starr.

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NJ/NYC Arts: Newark Museum Exhibitions Beyond Zen: Japanese Buddhism Revealed and What Exit? The New Jersey Spirit: Photographs by Timothy White

The Newark Museum, beginning on September 18 and running through January 5, 2020, will present two new exhibitions that explore very different paths to fulfillment: living a life of simplicity and living a life in the public eye.

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Chicago Arts: Expo Chicago Partners with Citywide Cultural Institutions for Annual Expo Art Week

The International Exposition of Contemporary and Modern Art announced the eighth annual EXPO ART WEEK, September 16 – 22, 2019, presented in conjunction with Choose Chicago, the city's tourism and marketing organization, and Chicago's Department of Cultural Affairs and Special Events.

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NYC Arts: KGB Spy Museum Opens In New York

A museum dedicated to Soviet espionage and intelligence is opening its doors on West 14th Street in Manhattan. The world’s largest collection of never-seen authentic KGB artifacts sheds light on the secret world of Soviet surveillance and espionage.

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Morrison Hotel Gallery Announces New Springsteen Exhibit: From Nebraska to Tom Joad: Visions of the Heartland

Morrison Hotel Gallery is once more celebrating the music of Bruce Springsteen with an exhibition titled From Nebraska to Tom Joad: Visions of the Heartland, the show will feature the extraordinary photography of David Michael Kennedy and Pamela Springsteen.

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Hackett Mill presents: Jess: A Family Collection

Hackett Mill is pleased to present a special solo exhibition of the seminal Bay Area artist, Jess. The paintings, drawings, collages, and assemblages featured will highlight the range of this avant-garde artist as seen through the lens of a single patron.

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"Religious Paintings Of The Expanded Galaxy" Exhibits In The U.S. For The First Time At Gallery 30 South

Gallery 30 South, Pasadena's popular gallery for emerging and internationally renowned artists, is hosting an extraordinary exhibition titled "Religious Paintings of the Expanded Galaxy."  The exclusive exhibition features a rare collection of 17th and 18th century paintings re-painted by Italian artist Riccardo Mayr.

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di Rosa Center For Contemporary Art Reschedules Major Exhibition In Wake Of Wildfires; Opens For Select Programs November

Due to fire and smoke damage from the recent Northern California wildfires, di Rosa Center for Contemporary Art, 5200 Sonoma Hwy, Napa, has rescheduled the opening of its next exhibition, Be Not Still: Living in Uncertain Times, for January 27, 2018.

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Weinstein Gallery Announces Representation and Mid-Career Retrospective of Marcus Jansen

Weinstein Gallery announces the representation of German-American artist Marcus Jansen and his retrospective MARCUS JANSEN: OBSCURE LINE BETWEEN FACT AND FICTION. The exhibition is the artist’s West Coast premiere curated with Brooke Lynn McGowan and surveys works from 2007-2017.

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  • Corporate Review – French Thriller Captures Murky Ethics of Global Business World

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    Corporate, showcased at the recent French Film Festival, presents the universal story of Darwinian's corporate jungle, of cloudy corporate ethics and sacrifice of the employee is acceptable only if the trail doesn't lead back to the boardroom.

     
  • Eighth Journalist Murdered in Four Months as Drug Cartels Move to Control Media

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    Javier Valdez, 50, an internationally recognized and award winning journalist covering drug trafficking in Mexico was gunned down, May 15, outside the Riodoce Newspaper office in Culiacan City, Mexico, marking the eighth journalist murdered in 2017 as tensions escalate.

     
  • Death of A Nation Review - A Mid-Term Republican Missile Aimed Right at Democratic Voters

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    Death of a Nation, from Pure Flix and D'Souza Media, present a documentary that while interesting uses extreme tactics to drive home foregone conclusions regarding the Democratic candidates that may or may not be factual and true.

     
  • Protesters Line The Macy’s Thanksgiving Day Parade Route

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    Protesters lined the streets of Manhattan's Upper West brandishing signs against the hate rhetoric of President elect Donald Trump and in solid support of Democratic candidate Hillary Rodham Clinton as well as environmental and clean water concerns and the Dakota Pipeline.

     
  • Hubble 3-D Blasts Into Orbit At World Premiere

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    Hubble 3-D, a Warner Bros/IMAX film, hosted its world premiere this week followed by an exclusive reception at the Smithsonian National Air and Space Museum in Washington, D.C.

     
  • Sir Ken Adam: The Man Who Designed James Bond

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    As a production designer, Sir Ken Adam consistently pushed his imagination to the limits, creating movie sets, each different, as thrilling to look at as the action unfolding up on the screen. His work on seven James Bond films—including the first of the series, DR. NO—set the tone for what became the Bond franchise.

     
  • Theater Shooter, James Holmes, Formally Sentenced

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    Theater Shooter, James Holmes who walked into the Aurora Cinemark 16, in full tactical gear, tossed a smoke bomb designed to get his targets to stand, and systematically slaughtered 12 moviegoers and wounded another 70.

     
  • Op/Ed: Medicare for All - No Care for You

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    Democrat presidential candidates are sparring over how much to expand Medicare. Should it be Medicare for all, for people over 50, for children, for "all who want it"? Does this include those who entered the country illegally?

     
  • Hightown Pirates Release their Debut Album, Dry and High, on Strike Back Records

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    We're kicking off the weekend with the debut album from celebrated London ensemble Hightown Pirates, which has so far had a huge response. Hightown Pirates have included with their debut album Dry and High stunning artwork by Pete Doherty.

     
  • Massive Winter Storm Jonas Expected to Dump Historic Snow Along East Coast Corridor

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    A perfectly formed Nor'Easter is expected to pummel the East Coast with blizzard conditions, record breaking snowfalls, and whipping winds, subzero temperatures, whiteouts, and icy roads are expected as the weather gradually worsens throughout Friday into the weekend.

     
  • San Francisco Family Friendly Art Festival Celebrates Diversity

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    Common Grounds, the free multi-week celebration of the arts celebrating our diverse city, held in the San Francisco Chronicle Parking Lot, and presented by Intersection for the Arts is proud to spotlight FAMILY DAY.

     
  • Best of Bridge Weekday Suppers Cookbook Review - An Expansive Guide to Quick, Easy, Tasty Meals (Recipes)

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    Best of Bridge Weekday Suppers, the newest in the Robert Rose Best of Bridge series, introduces two new author/food experts and more than 175 easy, delicious and nutritious meals that even the busiest home cook can prepare.

     
  • Amari Havodda Maldives - The Perfect Island Retreat

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    Tucked away in the Gaafu Dhaalu Atoll, one of the most preserved atolls in the Maldivian archipelago, Amari Havodda Maldives is an ideal spot for a romantic getaway, family holiday, girls’ getaway or escape to a tropical paradise.

     
  • France Attacked: Terrorist Hit Coastal City of Nice, 80 Dead; Dozens Injured

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    A truck bomb terrorist drove into a large crowd, in the French coastal city of Nice, gathered to watch fireworks celebrating Bastille Day, a national holiday, killing at least 80 and leaving another 50 injured, 18 critically.

     
  • Gone Too Far: Drag Queen Lunacy and Child Abuse

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    In today's brave new world, imagine receiving a letter from the school principal about your only child: Your son will not be home tonight, but your daughter will be home in a few days.