December 5, 2022
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A look back at the 2022 Hoag Classic with longtime writer Randy Youngman – KCAL9 and CBS2 News, Sports, and Weather

by on March 7, 2022 0
Landlord and housekeeper caught by intruders in Studio CityThe two men allegedly stole the keys to the house from the owner’s wife, who had gone to a doctor’s appointment. reports Jeff Nguyen. 2 hours ago Amber Lee weather forecast (March 7)Temperatures will slowly warm up this week, but there is still a small chance... Read More

Taiwan in Time: The Writer Who Ate Dreams

by on December 5, 2021 0
After a carefree youth devoted to literature and writing, novelist Yeh Shih-tao was imprisoned during the White Terror. He finally completed Taiwan’s first literary history By Han Cheung / Staff Reporter December 6 to December 12 Yeh Shih-tao (葉石濤) once compared writers to beasts that devour dreams to support themselves. For the first 18... Read More

Even with the writer’s involvement, this document seems vague and incomplete

by on November 18, 2021 0
Nothing in the fuzzy artist profile documentary “Kurt Vonnegut: Unstuck in Time” comes close to the contagious spirit and accessibility of American author Kurt Vonnegut’s prose. Even the late Vonnegut (“Slaughterhouse Five”, “Breakfast of Champion”) objected, in a 1982 letter to filmmaker Bob Weide (read by voiceover narrator Sam Waterston), that “whatever is... Read More

Matt Painter and Purdue Basketball officially sign threesome in upcoming 2022 promotion

by on November 11, 2021 0
WEST LAFAYETTE, Ind. – Purdue coach Matt Painter announced that three high school players have signed their national letter of intent to join the team for the 2022-2023 college basketball season. Cam Heide, Fletcher Loyer and Braden Smith all submitted documents Tuesday to officially become members of the Boilermakers basketball program. The three... Read More

Sculptures that “show the beauty of each watch”

by on September 26, 2021 0
“We wanted to preserve history.” Eduard Kurayev was talking about Berd Vay’e, the company he and Albert Akbashev, a high school friend in New York, founded in 2014. “We wanted to show the world the beauty of every watch.” The company hangs vintage Lucite watch pieces, creating limited-edition sculptures that sell for between $3,500... Read More

Arts & Extras: Dorothy Gillespie Sculptures Light Up the Hollins Museum (copy) | Z-not-digital

by on September 8, 2021 0
The brightly colored flower-like sculptures of the late Roanoke native Dorothy Gillespie lead a trio of new in-person exhibits displayed inside the Eleanor D. Wilson Museum at Hollins University. Gillespie was best known for her outdoor sculptures and public art – including works that can still be found at Radford University and inside... Read More

Paintings by famous writer DH Lawrence on display in Scottsdale

by on August 16, 2021 0
Russ Lyon Sotheby’s International Realty Painting “Close-up (kiss)” by DH Lawrence. Most high school and college English literature students know DH Lawrence – many of us remember reading the post-Victorian debauchery of “Sons and Lovers” or “Lady Chatterley’s Lover”. Known as one of the greatest writers of the 20th century, Lawrence’s work enveloped... Read More