2020 as told by photographer Sandy Carson – Lines of Sight

Empty supermarkets, masked protesters, and quirky moments on the streets of Austin all define photographer Sandy Carson’s latest book, “Pretty Much.” Filmed entirely in 2020, Carson’s footage reflects the city’s unrest, from the COVID19 quarantine to the Black Lives Matter protests, and its resilience, decorated front yards and uplifting graffiti. Selected photographs will be incorporated […]

Reviews | On Charles W. Mills, a great philosopher we lost this week

And in his latest book, “The rights of blacks / the wrongs of whites: The Critique of Racial Liberalism, “Mills offered perspectives on everything from the nature of race -” a social materiality rooted in the relationship between the individual body and the body politic “- to the very project of” ideal theory. Itself, prompting […]

Niv Shimshon is “the guy with the big camera”. In ‘The Close Park’ his portraits capture a fascinating and intimate visual depiction of Hamilton

Niv Shimshon is relatively new to Canada (2013), even more recent to Hamilton (2017), and since English is not his mother tongue (Hebrew is), he still finds it difficult to approach foreigners in city ​​parks, but that’s what it does. It’s not just the language (his English is excellent, by the way). It is also […]

Vermont Arts News | Vermont Arts

MONTPELER – The orchestra and choir of the Green Mountain Mahler Festival will present a free open-air performance of the fourth movement (“Ode to Joy”) from Beethoven’s Ninth Symphony at 3.30 pm on Sunday, September 26 on the lawn of the State House on the Capitol. Under the direction of Daniel Bruce, featured vocal soloists […]

2021 Ryder Cup results takeaways: Bryson DeChambeau and Tony Finau flourish as Americans take control on Day 1

SHEBOYGAN, Wisconsin – The 13th tee box Friday afternoon for four balls – after Scottie Scheffler, Jon Rahm and Tyrrell Hatton hit their tee shots – Phil Mickelson and Bryson DeChambeau huddled in for a chat. Shortly after they were done, Bryson rummaged through his bag, pulled out his driver and turned to the crowd […]

Ironman World Championship leaves Hawaii for the first time

KAILUA-KONA, Hawaii – The Ironman World Championship will be held outside Hawaii for the first time in four decades due to uncertainty over whether the Big Island will be able to host the triathlon as planned in February during the coronavirus pandemic. Competitors will instead head to St. George, Utah on May 7, West Hawaii […]

Third Time is a Charm as Kerry goes with a sure pair of hands in Jack O’Connor

You might as well never go back. Assuming it is ratified at Monday’s county board meeting, Jack O’Connor will take the reins as Kerry’s manager for the third time after the five-man committee appointing him was awarded on Friday evening. O’Connor will have Micheál Quirke and Diarmuid Murphy as coaches, with hopes that former Down […]

Dollywood Harvest Festival Celebrates the Beauty of Smokies

PIGEON FORGE, Tennessee – (COMMERCIAL THREAD) – Dollywood, one of Americans’ favorite family destinations, celebrates the splendor of fall in the majestic foothills of the Great Smoky Mountains at the Harvest Festival presented by Humana (September 24 – October 30). The guest’s favorite annual event includes the Great Pumpkin LumiNights for families presented by Covenant […]

9 free software copiers that work better than the real expensive ones

There are more features and tips hidden in your Mac or PC than most people will ever know. You can do even more if you know the right software to download. If you rely on your computer’s built-in spell checker to catch all of your grammar errors, for example, it’s time to upgrade. Here are […]