Monthly Archives: October 2021

‘Freedom’: an exhibition celebrates Barcelona’s counter-culture of the 1970s | Barcelona

When the repressive Spanish dictatorship finally came to an end with the death of Francisco Franco in 1975, the counter-culture that had been simmering for years elsewhere in Europe came with a bang. “After years of repression, there was an immense desire to do things; people were desperate to express themselves, ”said Pepe Ribas, curator of Underground, an exhibition that ...

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Roger Boore obituary | Editing

My friend Roger Boore, who died at the age of 82, was a Welsh editor and author. He will be remembered for his dedication to the Welsh language and its spread, especially among children. A chartered accountant, returning to his hometown of Cardiff in the late 1960s, and with a growing family to educate, he noticed how few children’s picture ...

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CICA members to discuss situation in Afghanistan: Uzbek Foreign Ministry

ANI | Update: October 10, 2021 3:28 PM STI Nour Sultan [Kazakhstan], Oct 10 (ANI): Foreign ministers of countries participating in the Conference on Interaction and Confidence Building Measures in Asia (CICA) will discuss possibilities of providing humanitarian assistance to Afghanistan, the ministry said on Sunday. Uzbek Foreign Office.The meeting will be held in Nur Sultan, the capital of Kazakhstan, ...

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A portrait inspired by the vivid colors of Los Angeles

In each slice of The artists, T highlights a recent or little-seen work by a black artist, accompanied by a few words from this artist putting the work in context. This week we are looking at a work by the painter Amoako Boafo which appears in his personal exhibition “Singular duality: I can make us, ”On display at Roberts Projects ...

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Questions and Answers with Author Linda Zajac | Saturday Q&A

Known For: Award Winning Freelance Science Writer and Author of “Robo-Motion: Robots that Move Like Animals” and Minecraft Books with STEM and Coding Sidebars For starters: Her first major publication was in Highlights, a children’s magazine, on the use of DNA to count grizzly bears. Education: Graduated from Eastern Connecticut State University. Q: When did you think, “Oh, I’m going ...

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Cassper Nyov is happy with his new role

Songwriter, producer, businessman and musician, Cassper Nyovest is settling into his new role as statesman of the South African music scene or, more broadly, “boring guy at the club”, as he says so. The 30-year-old says he feels he has reached a point where he has achieved everything he wanted to accomplish on the South African musical scale and focused ...

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COMFORT Magazine Robert LeBlanc Yudo Kurita

Photographer Robert LeBlanc recently teased an upcoming book titled A New America, which documents the brooding cultural belly of the United States. Instead of print, the Los Angeles-based designer has teamed up with fellow photographer Yudo Kurita on a new publication, called COMFORT magazine. “COMFORT represents our view of the world,” Kurita told HYPEBEAST. Both necessary and detrimental, “it seems ...

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