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The work of the artist and designer Anton Alvarez resists easy categorization. At a new gallery exhibition at Lever House, titled “Midtown,” Alvarez’s unruly objects seem to be as much home furnishings as they are sculptures. He creates benches, lamps, and stools that are highly wrought, yet are made of the most basic materials: unfinished wood scraps, PVC piping, and electrical cords. They are strung together with a machine of his own invention, using just thread, glue, and pigment. Alvar…
05.25 / 10:06
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It’s hard to believe that it’s been three years since the Nerd Reactor team did their first escape room. Since that time, we have covered more than 30 different rooms. The post Zoe escape room is the scariest yet in OC and LA appeared first on Nerd…
05.25 / 09:18
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Logan has become one of – if not the – best X-Men related films in the super hero film genre, and with the recent release of Logan on Blu-ray, director James Mangold The post Logan director originally had Westchester Incident as opening scene appeared first on Nerd R…
05.25 / 09:18
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FanimeCon falls upon the San Jose Convention Center once again this week from May 26-29. For many attending, this will be another year in a familiar place with friends. Others The post FanimeCon 2017: Small tips to remember appeared first on Nerd…
05.25 / 09:18
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If you love food as much as I do, then you would realize the current growing trend of creating new and exciting food. Watching chefs create these wonderful delectable delicious The post Edge of Belgravia Professional Knives: Review appeared first on Nerd…
05.25 / 09:18
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There have been so many theories and thoughts on who would make for the perfect Nathan Drake. From Bradley Cooper to Nathan Fillion, fans pined over the thought that a The post Tom Holland cast as Nathan Drake in ‘Uncharted’ film appeared first on Nerd…
05.25 / 09:18
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It’s hard to believe that it’s been three years since the Nerd Reactor team did their first escape room. Since that time, we have covered more than 30 different rooms. The post Zoe escape room is the scariest yet in OC and LA appeared first on Nerd…
05.25 / 08:14
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The 28th annual academic appreciation dinner at Marian Catholic High School was held May 2 with more than 400 people in attendance. The dinner was held in the school auditorium and was sponsored by the school’s academic and student appreciation c…
05.25 / 08:12
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❏ Mr. and Mrs. Gerald McGarry, 8 Charlotte Lane, Hazle Twp., 54th, today. They are the parents of two children, Lisa, Lattimer, and Gerald Scott, who is d…
05.25 / 08:12
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❏ Salvation Army, Hazleton, will operate a LUNCH program today. Lunch is from 10:30 to 11:30 a.m. Distribution of food boxes is from noon to 1 p.m. ❏ ALCOHOLICS ANONYMOUS will meet at noon today at Christ Lutheran Church, 210 W. Green St., Hazleton, sou…
05.25 / 08:12
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Peter Bayer, a retired United States Army major general and former director of strategy, plans and policy on the Army staff at the Pentagon, will give the Founder’s Day Address at MMI Preparatory School’s commencement ceremony tonight. Bayer, a 1980 MMI g…
05.25 / 08:12
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SCRANTON — Three local residents are among nearly 70 University of Scranton students inducted into the national Jesuit honor society (Alpha Sigma Nu). This is the only honor society open to students and faculty in all disciplines of the university. J…
05.25 / 08:12
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Should Game of Thrones be 20 minutes long for smartphones? AT&T’s CEO has an idea which will infuriate Game of Thrones purists 25 May 2…
05.25 / 07:51
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What science? x Body slam guy believes that dinosaurs were heterosexually married in Noah's ark pic.twitter.com/tqHu6UfoVt — Molly Crabapple (@mollycrabapple) May 25, 2017 “Gianforte has also shown his hand with regards to science and the separation of church and state. And by that I mean he doesn’t think either should exist. He’s proposed that as governor, he would remove science from the curriculum, allowing…
05.25 / 07:48
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The stated goal of the Biennial in New York City is to capture the zeitgeist—”spirit of the times”—through a selection of what is considered representative contemporary artwork…
05.25 / 07:16
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Celeste Dupuy-Spencer is one of the 63 artists included in the Whitney Biennial 2017. She recently gave an interview to the…
05.25 / 07:16
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FARMINGTON - On Friday, June 2, the Arts Institute of Western Maine is sponsoring a Maine Mountain Chamber Music concert featuring John Boden, recently retired Principal Horn of the Portland Symphony Orchestra, and the current PSO Concertmaster, violinist Charles Dimmick. They are joined by Maine Mountain Chamber Music co-directors Laurie Kennedy, viola, and Yuri Funahashi,…
05.25 / 06:47
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How many students does it take to squeeze one wooden stage through the screen door of a fraternity house? The answer is four. I watched John Colarusso, Tim Connors, Sriram Ramakrishnan and Jonathan Liu succeed in strategically pivoting the timber framework for the stage through the small entryway…
05.25 / 05:44
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Wedged in between Santa Monica and Beverly Hills, UCLA students have no shortage of places to shop for clothes. However, high price tags can limit shopping options for money-conscious students on a college…
05.25 / 05:44
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Three one-act plays will feature a support group for mystical creatures, a school for troubled girls and a dubious alien abduction. “The Good, the Plaid, and the Ugly,” premiering Friday, is the latest show produced by Lapu, the Coyote that Cares Theatre…
05.25 / 05:44
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