Bisexual Awareness Week, also known as #BiWeek, kicks off today

WEST HOLLYWOOD – The City of West Hollywood has issued an emergency executive order to implement COVID-19 vaccine verification requirements as the transmission rate of the COVID-19 Delta variant remains high in Los Angeles County and across all the countries. On Friday, September 10, 2021, West Hollywood City Manager and …

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Marvel’s most awesome secret lairs in comics

Superheroes and villains need places to live, just like everyone else, but their bases can be a little different than the average house or mansion. Marvel is full of great, secret, and not-so-secret bases that help the multitude of heroes and villains plan their next move, do science experiments, and …

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The best art books of fall feature the history of art fresh off the press

The Umueze Amara clan and the house of Obajemi The first time Cultivated met Toyin Oijh Odutola was at the Noguchi Museum where she spoke with Solange about the intersection of art and storytelling for our February / March 2018 cover story. The New York-based artist returned the following year …

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José González on his education and his new album “Local Valley”

José González on his education and his new album “Local Valley” My global audience Sep 16, 2021 By Jake Uitti Photograph by Peter Toggeth / Mikel Cee Karlsson Web exclusivity Internationally renowned musician José González is one of those artists who shows such a complex and discreet touch with his …

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Tunisia: Tunis Cité des Sciences will participate in the European Researchers’ Night, September 24

Tunis / Tunisia – The Cité des Sciences de Tunis will participate in collaboration with the Descrubre Foundation, in the European Researchers’ Night as part of the MonuMai project, on September 24. This project is part of a twinning program between Tunisia and Spain entitled “Institutional support for improving the …

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Classical low-tech education at new charter school attracts national attention

WOODLAND PARK, Colorado – A new charter school in Woodland Park is gaining national media attention this week. The Merit Academy offers traditional education and interest in the new school increased during the pandemic. Charter board member Katie Illingworth said about 190 students are enrolled for the school’s inaugural year …

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10 non-comedy movie franchises that had a “multiverse”

With movies like Marvel’s Spider-Man: No Path Home and Doctor Strange and the Multiverse of Madness, as well as the DC Flash Coming to theaters over the next year or so, it’s pretty clear that comic book movies are grounded in the concept of the multiverse, an idea first made …

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Love Island Australia: Adam Farrugia ditching his trademark bangs for lockdown mullet

Adam from Love Island Australia doesn’t look like that anymore! Reality hunk dips his trademark bangs for a locking mullet By Caleb Taylor For Daily Mail Australia Posted: 11:39 p.m. EDT, September 15, 2021 | Update: 3:53 AM EDT, September 16, 2021 It was the handsome tradie who made hearts …

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CAC Post-Ida, reopening on September 15 with the exhibition SOLOS + A Day of Healing by Gris Gris Lab + Behind Every Beautiful Thing

NEW ORLEANS (press release) – Following its closure due to Hurricane Ida, the Contemporary Arts Center, New Orleans (CAC) has announced that it will reopen its galleries on Wednesday, September 15 at 11 a.m. with its presentation of “SOLO”, an exhibition of new works by visual artists in residence at …

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Mike Mignola returns to ‘Hellboy’ world with new One-Shot comic

After five years, Hellboy creator Mike Mignola returns to the world he built as the writer and illustrator of a complete new comic book. Title Sir Edward Gray: Acheron, the new one-shot is set to be released by Dark Horse Comics on December 1. The story picks up after the …

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