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Namibian artists on the lookout for the ...

Artists work on their artworks at a market in Okahandja, Namibia, September 20, 2022. Namibian artists are maximizing the tradition of woodcarving to preserve cultural heritage and access larger markets from an open space along the main road to Okahandja, a town 70 km north of Windhoek, the capital of Namibia. (Photo: Xinhua) An artist […]

Pop-ups, parties and lectures celebrate ...

Atlanta Art Week is Walker’s effort to remedy this situation. The event is from September 29 to October 29. 2, and it moves around the city, from the Westside to artist studios south of the city in Buckhead, Emory and Inman Park. The galleries will host talks and receptions like the one at the Sylvan […]

Ark Genesis Shell Fragment Locations Gui...

Shell Fragments are a rare resource in Ark Genesis. You can use Shell Fragment for many purposes in the game. This Ark Genesis guide includes all the details that will help you find and use Shell Fragment, including a link that will take you to our Megachelon taming guide. Where to find Shell Fragments in […]

20 Best Thanksgiving Decorations on Amaz...

Cavan ImagesGetty Images As you prepare for Thanksgiving this year, make sure your home is in top shape, especially if it’s your turn to host what some might call: the most important meal of the year. To bring a little fall into your home, fill your interior with warm colors, cozy textures and realistic fall […]

All’s Fair: Arts and Crafts to be Drawn

By DEB GRUVER Personal editor The 53rd Annual Hillsboro Arts and Crafts Fair and the 44th Annual Marion Art in the Park and Craft Show will bring exhibitors from all over Marion County. Marion’s show will take place from 9 a.m. to 5 p.m. on September 17 and from 9 a.m. to 4 p.m. on […]

Liven up your next party by renting a mo...

Backyard BBQs, Birthdays, Weddings, Showers, Graduation Parties and everything in between. If you’re looking for a cool way to dress up your next date, why not hire a mobile bar? They exist in New Jersey and one of these cool trucks is sure to spice up any event with bartending service and signature cocktails. Here […]

72-Year-Old Rolling Pin Company Operates...

JENKINS – Michael Baumann and Sara Lokstad may have only been to the Jenkins area in the last 10 years, but they brought with them a 72-year tradition passed down through the Lokstad family. They make rolling pins. “My great-uncle started it in 1950,” Lokstad said. “He started by selling a rolling pin to a […]

Dangerous beach conditions at Lake Michi...

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — If you plan to get out on the lake Saturday night, be aware of dangerous swimming conditions. A Beach Hazard Statement and Notice to small craft was issued by the National Weather Service for Mason and Oceana counties through Sunday evening. Wave heights are expected to reach two to four […]

Minecraft Fan Makes Incredibly Detailed ...

A Minecraft player has created unique signs for their chests that show what’s inside. These panels are among the many items that can be built in the sandbox game. Other buildable components include things like beds, chests, weapons, and armor. There are lots of recipes for Minecraft players to follow that allow them to build […]

Historic Homes You Can Own in the Charlo...

With a stately Greek Revival mansion dating from circa 1904, set on 763 acres of Virginia’s finest countryside, Greenfields exemplifies an era of elegance and dignity in American history. The meticulously updated 8,600 square foot residence exudes southern character and charm with a grand central hall floor plan, sophisticated yet inviting living areas, and original […]

Joann’s Fine Foods in Austin- [Detailed

Stefi Hsia | September 2, 2022 An Austin staple, Joann’s Fine Foods is a classic American Tex-Mex inspired diner. Joann’s serves smoothies, craft cocktails and hearty comfort food from breakfast to dinner, seven days a week. Whether you’re looking for a light snack, a family outing or a date gallant, Joann’s has what you need. […]

Check out these 13 events in the coming ...

From fall festivals to apple barbecue contests, Onslow County has something for everyone in the months ahead. Although the sun and beach days of summer are coming to an end, that doesn’t mean life has to get boring, especially as the spooky season approaches. Many fall and winter events are planned for Onslow County and […]

Robin Stroot: Popular Craft Trends of 20...

Social media has triggered some upticks in some crafting trends. Here are some of the most popular ideas for 2022. Pouring acrylic paint is still popular. I made art of pouring paint. No matter how much you plan, the randomness of the art of paint casting makes it a very interesting craft. Manufacturers come out […]

Look for these handicrafts on your next ...

weKashmir is one of the most beautiful states in India and is also a favorite tourist destination. From riding a gondola through the clear waters of Dal Lake in Srinagar to visiting Apharwat Peak, you cannot miss interesting things to do in Kashmir. However, along with beautiful and scenic locations, Kashmir also boasts of the […]

Oak Bay Adult Recreation Center offers c...

Residents can reconnect this fall, with activities and classes at the Monterey Recreation Center. The Oak Bay Center is hosting an open house to showcase the many programs offered and the benefits of membership for seniors 50 and older. The site includes volunteer opportunities, as well as clubs and classes in everything from arts to […]

Bamboo is the material of choice for Lou...

ALEXANDRIA, La. (AP) — Abe Lavalais isn’t sure how he would be described. Is he an artist? A manufacturer ? An inventor? “I do all of these things,” he said. But it tends to stay more on the manufacturer side. The jeweler mainly works with bamboo although he sometimes works with other materials such as […]

Global Prefab Housing Market Report 2022...

DUBLIN–(BUSINESS WIRE)–The “Prefab Housing Market to 2027: Trends, Opportunities and Competitive Analysis” report has been added to from ResearchAndMarkets.com offer. The global prefab housing market is expected to reach approximately $23.7 billion by 2027 growing at a CAGR of 5.3% from 2022 to 2027. The future of the manufactured home market looks bright with opportunities […]

Boomerangs used to retouch lithic tools

A new study into the versatile uses of boomerangs has found that hardwood objects were used to shape the edges of stone tools used by Australian Indigenous communities. The research, published in PLOS ONEdemonstrated how boomerangs could function as retouchers of lithic (or stone) tools by studying the wear generated on the surfaces of boomerangs […]

Clark County Fair Results

Editor’s note: More results from the Clark County Fair will be released at a later date. August 4 4H Horse Junior Groom Squad Champion: Penelope McDowell, Ridgefield Champion: Pyper Jeffers-Dye, Vancouver Champion: Tenley Goode, Vancouver Reserve Champion: Logan Drake, Vancouver Reserve Champion: Maddox Swenson, Vancouver Reserve Champion: Tulip Bilik, Yacolt Intermediate Groom Squad Champion: Addison […]

Wood Hudson Cancer Research Lab hears fi...

Wood Hudson’s Undergraduate Research Education Program hosted “Science Day” this week when students from Thomas More University (TMU), Mount St. Joseph University (MSJ), Xavier University (XU), Morehead State University (MSU) Craft Academy, Western Kentucky University (WKU) Gatton Academy and Conner High School presented their final report on projects to design an experiment to understand one […]

Vintage boat show sails in Huddy Park

The Toms River Seaport Society hosted the Vintage Boat Show at Huddy Park. (Photo by Stephanie A. Faughnan) TOMS RIVER – Crosby Stills & Nash released their memorable hit song ‘Wooden Ships’ in 1969. Decades before that, at least one of the vintage boats on display at Huddy Park last week has seen the light […]

Oakland has a strategy to combat teacher...

In 2019, the union went on strike for seven days, demanding higher wages and better conditions. Teachers settled for an 11% increase over four years. He led a one-day strike this year to oppose the district’s plan to close seven schools. Strained relations with district unions, declining enrollment — a loss of 17,000 students in […]

How dear Elouise saved the art of fine s...

Brent Ellis Fraim is an architect of excitement…the feeling that bubbles up when a thick, heavy envelope arrives. Its entrails a cascade of layers and edges; colors and textures; dates and addresses. The heat when not a but four the holiday cards arrive in a day, and for a moment it feels like we’re holding […]

Off the Beaten Path: Bếp Nhà Viet Kitche

Lake Highlands has become a real destination for eaters, with chef-run bistros, a brand new Waffle House and everything in between. And while we enjoy our nostalgic staples, state-of-the-art cafes and craft cocktail bars, there are a number of often-overlooked culinary discoveries for those looking to take a less beaten path. A hub of authentic […]

The return of Denver’s rare beers | Wes

The Denver Rare Beer Tasting returns for the thirteenth time on October 7. The popular event raises funds for Pints ​​for Prostates and will take place from noon to 4 p.m. at the McNichols Civic Center Building at 144 West Colfax Avenue. The tickets are on sale now for $200 and includes tasting admission, a […]

20 interior paint color trends you shoul...

Choosing a color for your home can be both fun and a little stressful. Not only do you want it to be a color you’ll love for years to come, but you also want it to match your other home decor. According Home made, you should choose your paint color based on your decor rather […]

Shopping and Crafts in Millersburg, Ohio

Upon entering Millersburg, visitors are greeted by laundry waving from clotheslines like streamers. The Amish, after all, don’t use electricity, not even to dry their petticoats. Millersburg, midway between Cleveland and Columbus, is the seat of Holmes County, home to one of the largest Amish populations in the world. It’s a real agrarian fantasy: hitching […]

The Lake George Arts & Crafts Festival r

The Lake George Arts and Crafts Festival opened its doors this Friday, July 29 for its second year at the Festival Commons in Wood Park. The event features more than 125 fine arts and crafts exhibitors selling handcrafted jewelry, clothing, wooden items, gourmet foods, artisanal beverages and more. This is a family event with inflatables […]

Christmas in July, garage sales this wee...

News Photo by Darby Hinkley Christmas in July is happening this weekend in Grand Lake, sponsored by Birch Hill Grocery and The Homestead Gift Shop, pictured here with a small Christmas tree set up in the store adorned with handmade ornaments hand for sale. PRESQUE ISLE — Ho, ho, ho, […]

Craftsmen sell goods at the fair in Mark...

Staff photo Fritz Busch Shoppers admire the handcrafted pieces of Marktstrasse merchant Renae Ress of Gaylord. The booth features a variety of colorful gnomes as part of Crazy Days Saturday on Minnesota Street. Ress says that the gnomes would have magic powers to protect and reward with happiness. NEW ULM — […]

UFP Industries (NASDAQ:UFPI) shares spre...

UFP Industries, Inc. (NASDAQ:UFPI – Get a rating) shares widened ahead of trading on Friday after Wedbush raised its price target on the stock to $108.00. The stock had previously closed at $75.65, but opened at $78.21. Shares of UFP Industries last traded at $81.78, with volume of 2,882 shares changing hands. Other stock analysts […]

The 5th Flemington Corn Tomato and Beer ...

One of the many things New Jersey is famous for are our shiny, juicy heirloom tomatoes and sweet corn – so why not celebrate these delicious Jersey crops with a festival! The Flemington Corn, Tomato and Beer Festival returns for its 5th year on August 13! The festival will take place on Stangl Road, Flemington […]

Local man follows his dream of starting ...

At the height of the pandemic, Michael Moore felt like having a barbecue but struggled to find a place that was open and to his liking. Like many others, Moore had more unscheduled free time, which piqued her curiosity. Armed with a barbecue pit from his brother and a rudimentary understanding of grilling gained during […]

Michigan law protects people who are den...

A rarely cited Michigan law prohibits businesses from denying access to private restrooms to people with conditions such as Crohn’s disease and ulcerative colitis. SEE ALSO: West Michigan wedding venue slammed for banning LGBTQ couples However, a family in Michigan was recently denied access to a company’s private bathroom, drawing attention to the law passed […]

In Quest Of: breathtaking vistas, seafoo...

The warm climate in the south of the province makes it a leading agricultural region. The long coastal area means the seafood is fresh out of the ocean, probably still swimming in the waters in the morning before landing on my table. During my seven-day trip, I see an octopus “dancing” in hot soup at […]

Deadhorse hill co-owner Sean Woods plans...

Sean Woods wants the people of Worcester to know that while his new bar may be in the former home of an iconic watering hole, he’s ready to form a new identity for the space. Sundown, Woods’ new venture, quietly opened in June and the restaurateur plans to hold a grand opening sometime next month. […]

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KISD school safety will be discussed pub...

For the first time since the deadly Uvalde school shooting wounded the country, the Killeen Independent School District will present a presentation on Tuesday about the plans in place to keep students and staff safe in the event of a shooting. According to Killeen ISD School Board’s agenda for Tuesday’s upcoming presentation, KISD’s safety plan […]

Free Tomato Sandwich Day Returns Friday,...

VALLEY – Friday afternoon, July 8 Free Tomato Sandwich Day returns to the Valley Farmers Market. People who go out between 3 p.m. and 6 p.m. EDT will receive a free tomato sandwich and can wash it down with free frozen lemonade. The tomatoes will be supplied by some of the farmers in eastern Alabama […]

Genshin Impact 3.0 Leaks: New Sumeru Wea...

To complement the heightened attention to Sumeru following the recent live broadcast in Genshin Impact are leaks related to artifacts and weapons for the yet to come land of Dendro. Livestream 2.8, despite the technical difficulties encountered while running it, presented the playerbase with some new content to look forward to in the upcoming patches. […]

Powermatic, JET Tools, Delta Industrial,...

The latest report on the wood lathe market provides a comprehensive overview of key industry issues characteristics, including production, market growth rate, industry share, consumption value and volumedemand for specific types of products and services, and more. The publication focuses on providing a competitive edge to industry newcomers and those aiming to enter the market […]

How to be a respectful tourist in Hawaii...

Before your trip, spend time researching Hawaii — and not just the best beaches. Learn about Hawaiian culture, history and values. There’s more to Hawaiian culture than beaches and hula dancing. The Ritz-Carlton Maui, Kapalua When planning a trip, in addition to planning your itinerary, it’s important to know your destination beyond the main things […]

How to Use a Location Map in Minecraft 1...

Maps are important things to have in Minecraft that are extremely useful for exploring, getting home, and finding other players or structures that have already been visited. They are also the subject of an incredibly difficult achievement that requires players to perfectly complete nine adjacent cards. Losing a map is painful, especially when players have […]

Local loggers: Nova Scotia entrepreneur ...

“Local support” has been a rallying cry across the country during the pandemic. In Nova Scotia, that means shopping the weekend at the farmer’s market, raising a cup of craft beer and shelling out for locally caught seafood. But where local support seems to come to a screeching halt is in the forests. For many, […]

Business Information: Olde Salem Brewing...

Olde Salem Brewing Co. raises his glass after the opening of his new tavern in downtown Roanoke. The craft brewer, which has been serving from its Salem base since 2017, has expanded to a second location and breathed new life into the Market Street building previously occupied by Deschutes Brewery. “It was a great opportunity,” […]

14 Fun Food Festivals Around DC This Sum...

Savor: An American craft beer experience. Photo courtesy of the Brewers Association. Savor: An American Craft Beer ExperienceWhen: Friday, June 24 from 7 p.m. to 10 p.m.Where: The anthem (901 Wharf Street, Southwest)Calling all beer and food lovers: choose from over 200 craft beers and pair them with small bites, including honey-spiced duck breast, tuna […]

Biden administration leans on Tesla for ...

June 23 (Reuters) – U.S. President Joe Biden rarely mentions electric car maker Tesla Inc (TSLA.O) in public. But privately, his administration has leaned on the company to help craft a new policy allowing electric vehicles (EVs) to benefit from lucrative national renewable fuel subsidies, according to emails reviewed by Reuters. The Biden administration contacted […]

Black Desert Online Adds Another Major R...

| Pearl Abyss has added a major renewal update to black desert online, specifically for the Balenos questline and the Kingdom of Elvia in Calpheon. For those not quite familiar with the questline, Balenos is considered a warm hometown of adventurers, as it is one of the first regions players will encounter in the game […]

The De Havilland Mosquito might be the b...

De Havilland Mosquito: How good was it? For most Westerners, the mosquito is a blood-sucking insect that is just an annoying pest. But in some parts of the world, the mosquito can be downright deadly, especially the Anopheles mosquito responsible for spread of malaria. During World War II, it was a different mosquito that scared […]

Increase in crime and impunity in the Ja...

SAO PAULO (AP) — The Javari Valley in the Amazon region, where a British journalist and an indigenous affairs official are missing, is Brazil’s second-largest indigenous territory and sits in a remote area bordering Peru and Colombia. Crime is rampant there and government oversight is weak, adding to fears about the duo’s whereabouts and condition. […]

One love for all Kerala

The Premam furniture collection by Khoo V-Ho is inspired and inspired by the state of southern India A A Malaysian-born law graduate, she fell in love with the culture, crafts and architecture of Kerala, India, and designed a collection of furniture called Premam, which means “love” in Malayalam, a language spoken in the state. Khoo […]

Le Promeneur, June 5, 2022: Events in th...

Advertise your community events, fundraisers and club meetings for free in The Stroller. Send information at least one week in advance to [email protected] or The Stroller, 210 Wood St., Tarentum PA 15068. Please include a daytime phone number. The firefighters’ carnival begins Tuesday in Vandergrift The Vandergrift Volunteer Firefighter Carnival will be held from 6-10 […]

The Technique J. Kenji Lopez-Alt Uses to...

In an article for The New York Times, J. Kenji Lopez-Alt details that grilling his pizza is the secret technique he uses at home, a skill he picked up working at a bar called Cambridge 1 after graduating from college. Lopez-Alt says the grill is the only piece of equipment the average person has in […]

First Look: St. Paul’s Momento Is For Ca

Momento Restaurant + Bar is betting on downtown St. Paul. Its location is familiar – the old Pazzaluna. Like its predecessor, Momento is operated by Morrissey Hospitality, which also owns the St. Paul Grill. But unlike the previous occupant, the restaurant is about half the size and filled with natural light and light-colored fixtures. Seats […]

Red sandalwood worth ₹11.70 crore seized

NEW DELHI: The Directorate of Fiscal Intelligence (DRI) has recovered 14.63 metric tons of red sandalwood from the Inland Container Depots (ICDs) in Sabarmati, Gujarat which is estimated to be worth ₹11.70 crores in the international market The cargo was picked up en route to Sharjah in the United Arab Emirates and intercepted based on […]

Lost Ark Stronghold Farm: Unlock, Upgrad...

Lost Ark is full of complexes; its intricate activities can keep players busy for hours. Also, new players may get confused with a few complexities, and a fortress is one of them. So if you are a newbie looking to unlock a stronghold or a fan of Lost Ark stuck with the Lost Ark Stronghold […]

Motorcycle Shift Controls Market Size an...

New Jersey, United States – Verified Market Reports published the latest Competent Intelligence Market Research Report on the Motorcycle Gear Shift Rearset Market, The report aims to provide a thorough and accurate analysis of the Motorcycle Rear Controls market, taking into account market forecasts, competitive intelligence, technical risks, innovations and other relevant data. Its meticulously […]

2022 Pride Month Events in the Tri-State...

May 26, 2022, 3:40 p.m.Updated 3 hours ago By: News 12 Staff June is Pride Month and there are dozens of events held across the tri-state area to celebrate. Please check the websites before coming to the event. CONNECTICUT Pride story timeJune 1Time: 4:30 p.m.Easton Library – 691 Morehouse RoadMore information flag raisingJune 1Time: 5:30 […]

Bishop Cider buys Wild Acre and Legal Dr...

Bishop Cider is expanding its operations in several areas. According to a May 23 press release, the Dallas-based cider house acquired Wild Acre Brewing in Fort Worth, Legal Draft Beer Co. in Arlington and secured several other properties in North Texas. Bishop Cider was founded in the Bishop Arts District 10 years ago by husband […]

Minecraft: 10 best mods, according to Ra...

With Minecraft is about to launch its Minecraft 1.19 update in the coming months, fans are excited to see what new features the game is about to add. From new blocks to quality of life improvements, players are ready for anything, with many hoping to join the update beta. Some players, however, have already given […]

20+ things to do this Memorial Day weeke...

As the weather warms, Long Islanders prepare to celebrate Memorial Day weekend. But what is there to do? This unofficial start to summer offers a ton of outdoor entertainment from the Bethpage Air Show in Jones Beach to a new Paddle Pub in Huntington, plus a host of live entertainment at venues across Nassau and […]

Just Say No: High school pitchers rack u...

Greely High senior Zach Johnston, a 6-foot-4 southpaw, will next pitch at Wake Forest University. He pitched a five-inning no-hitter for the Rangers on April 15. Shawn Patrick Ouellette/Staff Photographer No-hitters tend to be rare in baseball, but this spring they have become a weekly occurrence in southern Maine high schools. Twice, there were two […]

8 Fantastic Restaurants to Try in Eureka...

Eureka Springs is a charming little town in Arkansas known for its art galleries, historic hotels and fun shops. But did you know that it is also home to excellent restaurants? One of the things I love about traveling is trying different restaurants in new places. I recently had the opportunity to visit Eureka Springs, […]

GCMS women’s 4×800 relay team places thi

URBANA – Lilly Lahr, Sophia Ray, Korah Palumbo and Cecilia Goodin finished third in the girls’ 4×800 relay with a time of 11:16.74 for the Gibson City-Melvin-Sibley High School Track Team at the meet on Monday’s honor roll at Urbaine. Savannah Shumate finished fourth in the women’s discus throw with a throw of 30.55 metres. […]

Empty Bowls, an international effort to ...

Food & Culture // Restaurants & Bars May 12, 2022 This is a carousel. Use the Next and Previous buttons to navigate 1of8 Empty Bowls, an international effort to fight hunger, will be held May 14 at the Houston Center for Contemporary Craft, 4848 Main. Purchasing handcrafted bowls will benefit the work of the Houston […]

The Monstrous Beauty of Louise Bourgeois...

LONDON — For Louise Bourgeois, the act of sewing was rich in meaning. Tearing, cutting and sewing fabrics reflected psychological states, reconfigured childhood sufferings, fears of separation and attempts at repair and reconciliation. The woven child at the Hayward Gallery is a powerful and moving examination of the fabric sculptures that Bourgeois began to make […]

AG Rutledge has a big lead in the Lt. Go...

Attorney General Leslie Rutledge is leading a group of contenders for the Republican nomination for lieutenant governor, according to new survey results from Talk Business & Politics and Hendrix College. In the latest survey, conducted May 2, 2022, Rutledge tops 40% with State Senator Jason Rapert his closest competitor at 11%. About 25% of GOP […]

Waco Home Listings for People Who Need L...

If you’re looking for something truly spectacular, you’ve found it. Welcome to 35 Timber Ridge Trail: a retreat comprised of a sensational main house, a beautiful guest house, and 3.2 acres of tranquility. The care, innovation and craftsmanship of this house are evident in every space. The main residence offers a brilliant floor plan with […]

Outdoor Festival brings the best of the ...

Tim Clayton and Laura Gundy of the Lincolnshire Branch of Butterfly Conservation. The Lincolnshire Wolds Outdoor Festival kicked off in Stourton Woods with a day of activities on Saturday. An off-road mountain bike track, created by Focus Rides, offered kids the chance to try their hand at off-road biking. Register to our daily newsletter LincolnshireWorld […]

Best Taprooms: Exploring Waikato’s Diver

Rustic, rural bars, cool, cosmopolitan bars and restaurants, and surprising venues, including a church and an old dairy factory, all feature amidst the diverse craft beer scene around Hamilton and the Greater Hamilton area. Waikato. Good George Brewing Provided Good George is Hamilton’s pioneering craft brewery. From humble beginnings in the former Church of St […]

St. Johns River Festival of the Arts com...

Historic downtown Sanford will be transformed into a hub for fine arts, fresh food and live entertainment this weekend as the Saint John River Arts Festival appears again. The event will feature city blocks filled with creators and artisans, musicians, culinary artists and guests of all ages enjoying the festivities. Visitors can explore offerings all […]

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EMPOURIUM May 1, 2022 Local brands join the non-alcoholic craze Deschutes Black Butte Non-Alcoholic One of Oregon’s oldest and most prolific brewers, Deschutes, has also joined the alcohol-free movement, and for good reason. According to Forbes, since the lockdowns began in early 2020, the focus on non-alcoholic beverages has increased dramatically. […]

‘Pretty’ TikTok trend charged with death

The two were electrocuted to death after attempting the popular social media trend, which has over 11 million views on TikTok. ICT Tac Officials are warning of the dangers of a “pretty” TikTok trend following an investigation into two mysterious deaths in Wisconsin. deputies responded to a residential fire April 6 in Marathon County, the […]

Final Fantasy XIV: How to get (and use) ...

Carpenters in Final Fantasy XIV will need to procure Hardened Sap Charges to refine the types of wood used in crafting pieces of furniture and airships. Hardened sap is a reagent in Final Fantasy XIV used to refine lumber, namely spruce, cassia and cryptomeria. To treat any of these types of wood with this reagent, […]

6 Earth Day Activities to Help You Celeb...

earth day is not only a time to give back to our planet, but also a day to celebrate nature and be grateful for our beautiful Earth. With temperatures rising, it’s the perfect time of year to get outside. While the whole world is much more educated about the effect we have on the environment, […]

Nostalgia: Why music festivals in the Un...

Music is one of the most important elements in forming the cultural identity of the United States. The feelings and memories created by music are reproduced through a series of music festivals that take place in the United States each year, bringing together hundreds of thousands of people from around the world. From Coachella in […]

Craft Beer Market Size and Forecast

New Jersey, United States – craft beer market Research Report provides you with detailed and accurate analysis to strengthen your position in the market. It provides the latest updates and powerful insights on the craft beer industry to help you improve your business strategy and ensure strong revenue growth for years to come. It elucidates […]

New Ax Republic owners are excited about...

Meet Lydia Hertzler and Matthew Murnion. They are the new owners of Ax Republic in New Town. (Courtesy of Carter Art Company) WILLIAMSBURG – It’s been said that having common interests is good for the health of a relationship. Williamsburg couple Lydia Hertzler and Matthew Murnion found one on their third date in the form […]

Best desk chairs for kids 2022

Between remote learning and after-school homework, a work-from-home nook is essential for school-aged kids in 2022. While a pint-sized desk anchors the operation, a equally important is a decent office chair. Like standard desk chairs, the best desk chairs for kids are designed to be comfortable and provide good support when kids are leaning towards […]

Bosqueazul House / ALH Taller de Arquite...

Bosqueazul House / ALH Taller de Arquitectura © Mateo Soto + 21 Share Share Facebook Twitter pinterest WhatsApp To post Or https://www.archdaily.com/979865/bosqueazul-house-alh-taller-de-arquitectura © Mateo Soto Text description provided by the architects. The main objective for the development of this house for its 4 members was to find the continuous relationship of the spaces with the […]

WCAC offers artists a space to exhibit c...

(Courtesy of Williamsburg Center for Contemporary Art) WILLIAMSBURG — The Williamsburg Center for Contemporary Art (WCAC) has been around for a long time. The organization was founded in October 1959 by painters Christine Bullock and Sandy Shifflett. “They were what we would call ‘contemporary artists’ at the time,” WCAC Board Chair Janis Wood said in […]

Common Language Brewing Co. is now open ...

A new brewery has opened in the former Spokane Daily Chronicle newspaper press room in downtown Spokane. Sean Owens — former veterinarian and retired professor from the University of California, Davis School of Veterinary Medicine — and five business partners opened Common Language Brewing Co. this week at 926 W. Sprague Ave., Suite 101. “The […]

MW | whitehot contemporary art magazine

Chellis Baird, The Touch of Red, installation view. Chelis Baird: The touch of red The National Arts Club From March 21 to April 8, 2022 By VITTORIA BENZINEApril 2022 Last week, North Carolina-born, New York-based multimedia artist Chellis Baird celebrated his latest solo exhibition at The National Arts Club following his fellowship with the Gramercy […]

Urban Milling Co. Focuses on Galesburg I...

GALESBURG — What started as a hobby just four years ago has blossomed into a Galesburg-based company dedicated to preserving and recycling urban wood. Urban Milling Co. is the brainchild of Justin McNaught, a longtime employee of the City of Galesburg and for 10 years the supervisor of the city’s traffic division. But more than […]

Magical Guizhou: Using wax as art and si...

SAN FRANCISCO – March 30, 2022 – (Newswire.com) Guizhou is a place that 38.5 million people call home. The multi-ethnic population has lived there harmoniously for generations. For centuries, the people of Guizhou have used their great skills and creativity to produce arts and crafts of breathtaking beauty. They expressed their deep love for this […]

Dedication pays off for Hanafin | Sport...

BOSTON — Every morning this past summer, Wilmington resident Lauryn Hanafin woke up super early, hit the road for Exeter, New Hampshire, so she could brush up on her craft. On Sunday night, the senior captain and goaltender of the Austin Prep women’s hockey team looked back on all those mornings knowing that each of […]

Embark on the ultimate pizza journey thr...

Posted in Georgia To eat March 25, 2022 by Marisa Roman Have you ever heard that it’s about the journey, not the destination? Well, in the case of this delicious road trip, it’s most definitely both. This ultimate pizza trip through Georgia will take you to some of the best […]

Weekend events in Stuart, Vero, PSL, For...

The Hibiscus Festival Fine Arts and Crafts Fair, Food Truck Battle and Port St. Lucie Beer, Wine and Spirits Festival are the main events and things to do this weekend . Here is your Five on Friday weekend update for the Treasure Coast. Food trucks:Florida law helped them thrive during COVID Pet-friendly restaurants:Only 13 on […]

Narasinghapettai nagaswaram gets GI tag

Coimbatore: The ‘Narasinghapettai nagaswaram’, an ancient musical instrument handcrafted by craftsmen from Narasinghapettai, a nondescript village in Tiruvidaimarudur taluk in Thanjavur, has been granted the Geographical Indication (GI) label. This very complex musical instrument, dating from the 13th century, involves complex craftsmanship and only a few craftsmen in Narasinghapettai have inherited the art of carving […]

Chesterville will vote on the budget, mo...

CHESTERVILLE – The annual municipal meeting will be held at 7 p.m. on Monday, March 21 at City Hall, 409 Dutch Gap Road. Voters will act on budget items, a proposed ordinance and the possible continuation of the city’s participation in Maine’s public employee retirement system. The first article to be enacted concerns the consecration […]

“A Labor of Love” – ​​Smithfield Times

Self-taught woodworker has a unique home workshop Mitchell Scott never had any formal training in carpentry – not even a shop class in high school. What he knows, he learned by reading, watching TV, and experimenting with tools his wife, Patricia, gave him when the two got married. “I built a few little projects and […]

Marc Crail tells ‘Tales Out of School’

Marc Robertson was going to Australia, not Walnut Creek. The 22-year-old, a fresh graduate from Kent State University in the turbulent Class of 1970, was excited about a pending job offer to teach in New South Wales the following spring. Late in the summer, however, he received a call about a replacement job in Holmes […]

Baby Bens set for golden chance to learn...

OFC | March 11, 2022 | Wellington Phoenix youngsters Ben Waine and Ben Old have been rewarded for their outstanding seasons at club level with selection in the All Whites squad for Oceania FIFA World Cup Qualifiers Qatar 2022™. After taking part in New Zealand’s historic campaign for the Tokyo 2020 Olympics last year, the […]

Get smart and save big with this Cricut ...

When it comes to making custom stickers, iron-on patches, greeting cards, key chains, coasters, and more, Critcut’s machines are way above them. Now, for a limited time, they’re adding everyone’s favorite feature: a price reduction! To celebrate National Craft Month, you can save up to $70, depending on the model, but you’ll need to act […]

I knew my boring IKEA MALM drawers could...

THEY ARE affordable and functional. But IKEA’s MALM drawers aren’t the prettiest piece of furniture you’ve ever bought. 5 Charley showed off her amazing IKEA drawers, which she transformed using lollipop sticksCredit: @thisgirldiys/Tiktok 5 The drawers as they were beforeCredit: @thisgirldiys/Tiktok So one DIY fan found a brilliant way to transform hers – using lollipop […]

Moving forward: Blacksmiths breathe new ...

In 2018, Charlie Carpenter, founder and owner of Big River Forge in Dittmer, Missouri, appeared as a contestant on “Forged in Fire,” the History Channel’s reality show that pits highly skilled blacksmiths against each other as they recreate iconic edged weapons. of the past, using the typical arsenal of a blacksmith – a hammer, anvil […]

Wooden Railway Coming to Nickel Plate St...

Edwardsville’s Nickel Plate station will soon be home to a unique model train layout. Tom Stephenson, an engineer with Boeing in Seattle, will arrive in Edwardsville on March 23 to install a new modular railroad table he designed specifically for the Edwardsville Children’s Museum and which will be on display at Nickel Plate Station. The […]

The architectural pandemic of the “Stick

The architectural pandemic of the “Stick Frame Over Podium” building via Structure Magazine To share To share Facebook Twitter pinterest WhatsApp Mail Or https://www.archdaily.com/977932/the-architectural-pandemic-of-the-stick-frame-over-podium-building This article has been originally published on Common Edge. In case you missed it, our world continues, after two years, to suffer from cultural spasms in response to invisible, relentless and […]

Random: the NES-SY37 is a custom synthes...

To subscribe to Nintendo’s life to Youtube Just yesterday we were telling you about an app you can download to turn your NES into a synthesizer (if you have the right tools, of course). But Swedish craftsman Love Hultén, known for creating bespoke technology fused with traditional wood craftsmanship, paid homage to the classic console […]

Making art that lasts: leather scraps ha...

When Alex Hall, the creator behind Thirteen Leather, was in high school, he got his hands on a bundle of leather scraps and created some leather rings. This bundle of leather became Hall’s discovery of his creative outlet. Originally from the Indian Lake area near Lima, Hall attended Bowling Green University to study fine art. […]

‘Support Our Community’: Presbyterian Ch

AUBURN — For Amy Heath and Tina Lader, the Creative Arts Market is a way for them to socialize and hang out, especially in light of the COVID-19 pandemic. The market event, at the Presbyterian Event and Retreat Center, 108 South St., Auburn, featured the work of various artisans and artisans on Saturday. Scheduled to […]

Barrio Tacos aims to open Grand Rapids’

GRAND RAPIDS, Mich. (WOOD) — Barrio Tacos is set to open its first restaurant in Grand Rapids. The Grand Rapids Planning Commission on Thursday approved plans to open Barrio at 37 Ottawa Ave NW. The table service restaurant will have a fenced outdoor patio just steps from the Van Andel Arena. “This is exactly the […]

Behind the company: 150 Main

TWIN FALLS, Idaho (KMVT/KSVT) — The location is in the company’s name, but 150 Main was not originally conceived as the nonprofit it is today. “It really came from us because Visit Southern Idaho needed more office space,” said Melissa Barry, executive director of Southern Idaho Tourism. But none of the places they looked at […]

Nine additional distilleries join the Te...

The Texas Whiskey Trail is a self-paced road trip experience showcasing the best distilleries in the state, with food trucks, music, art and of course, the best whiskey in the world. AUSTIN, TX (PRWEB) February 22, 2022 Around the world, the whiskey industry faces many challenges. In Texas, 26 distilleries have banded together to […]

3 watchmakers design quirky watches for ...

Cartier, Jaeger-LeCoultre and Patek Philippe have long crafted clocks to adorn the tables, walls and desks of the world’s most elegant addresses. But unlike the retro vibes of those big-name counterparts, the creations emerging from the workshops of Watchmaker, Miki Eleta and The Sword are objects with personality – think monsters, space-age devices and giant […]

Company with about 200 workers seeks to ...

Employees work on the Shop-Vac assembly line in Williamsport on February 16, 2022. The company has reopened under new management and is looking to fill many positions. DAVE KENNEDY/Sun Gazette The sound of machinery inside the Shop-Vac factory at 2323 Reach Road was encouraging. The same goes for the employees who […]

Politics AND News AND Trump’s Revenge: T

What was in Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell’s first State of the City address? Bills that have died and survived so far in Olympia. Trump’s revenge in Washington State has two purposes. This post originally appeared in KUOW’s Today’s newsletter so far for February 16, 2022. Let’s talk politics today. Seattle Mayor Bruce Harrell gave his […]

Tamsin Dillon appointed executive direct...

Tamsin Dillon, a curator with extensive experience in commissioning public art, has been announced as the next director of Socrates Sculpture Park in Long Island City, Queens. She will take the reins from Suzy Delvalle, who had served as interim director since July, following the departure of longtime executive director John Hatfield. Dillon will step […]

Stamford lumber merchant and carpentry b...

The timber merchants have moved to share premises with a carpentry company. JC and Co moved to West Street in Stamford a year ago when owner Jonny Colbeck moved from London with his bespoke carpentry and joinery services. The company has now taken over Lincolnshire Woodcraft Supplies with the support of its founder Robin Storey. […]

LOVE IS IN THE AIR

As a business proposition, Valentine’s Day has set trends in gifts, flowers and small plants, culinary and bakery delights, specific artifacts, trinkets, jewelry, fashion items and intense socializing. in cafeterias, bars and restaurants. In our time, Valentine’s Day was yet to be discovered in India, as a western concept, and still established as a declared […]

DESTIN EVENTS AND ENTERTAINMENT – Februa

Please send your events, meetings, etc. to [email protected] at least 2 weeks in advance. Destin Town Hall All town meetings are being held at the Town Hall Annex, 4100 Indian Bayou Trail, until further notice. All meetings are subject to change or cancellation. To view the meeting virtually, https://www.cityofdestin.com/. To view/stream is www.youtube.com/CityofDestin. Spring Craft […]

Marketing Manager – Pedestrian Jobs

The Stone & Wood story continues into its next chapter… and with exciting growth and new opportunities on the horizon, as well as an incredible brand and product portfolio to work with, there has never been a best time to join our marketing team. We’re mixing things up and expanding the team, creating amazing new […]

Obituary: Evans, Robert “Randy” R.

ELIZABETH, W.Va. (WTAP) – Robert “Randy” R. Evans of Elizabeth, WV, passed away on February 8, 2022, at his home surrounded by his loving family, following a short illness. Born February 19, 1957, he was the son of Vera Lorraine Murray Roberts and the late Robert “Bob” Evans. Randy grew up in the countryside where […]

Wind powers are changing in England’s in

On the banks of the River Humber in northern England, the winds of change are blowing through Hull, where factory workers are busily manufacturing turbine blades in a green revolution. Hull, known for its once-thriving fishing industry, poet Philip Larkin, rugby league and the city’s eponymous football club recently bought by Turkish TV personality Acun […]

Myths about presidents, debunked

History classes have not done a great job of ridding American consciousness of popular presidential myths. Everything from our presidents’ most famous speeches to their most embarrassing moments has inspired legendary stories that aren’t backed up by facts. Some lies are the product of age-old misunderstandings, while others began as deliberate hoaxes. Here are some […]

Divine Science, a gluten-free bar, has o...

For those who are gluten sensitive or opt for gluten free, there is now a tasting room where you can taste all the beers. The founders of Divine Science Brewing are Domonic and Robert Keifer, a gluten-sensitive couple who wanted to share their love of craft beers with like-minded drinkers. (Courtesy of Divine Science Brewing) […]

Godmother of Southern Cider – richmondma

Diane Flynt has been growing apples in Virginia’s Blue Ridge Mountains since 1997. When Foggy Ridge Cider launched her first cider in 2004, she began growing something else – a reputation as one of the nation’s top cider makers and apple growers. , and his work has been repeatedly recognized by the James Beard Foundation, […]

Rootwood coins from a tree excavated as ...

And, as happens with most institutional efforts to break with custom or tradition and impose something radically different in thought and execution, the Central Vista project is not without its share of controversy. While elders lament that the charm of Sir Edwin Lutyens’ Delhi will be lost forever, those in the cause of environmental protection […]