Archive for September, 2022

Living Your Best Coastal Grandmother Life In Cape Cod — Chatham Makes For a Charming Less Traveled Base

A novice to Massachusetts’ Northeastern coast, I arrived at Cape Cod’s Chatham Bars Inn, a perch on the elbow of the enclave, to the smell of the salty Atlantic ocean air and the squeak of seagulls. In hopes of living my best Coastal Grandmother life, I was ready to embrace local luxuries like lobster rolls, … Continued

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Living Your Best Coastal Grandmother Life In Cape Cod — Chatham Makes For a Charming Less Traveled Base

A novice to Massachusetts’ Northeastern coast, I arrived at Cape Cod’s Chatham Bars Inn, a perch on the elbow of the enclave, to the smell of the salty Atlantic ocean air and the squeak of seagulls. In hopes of living my best Coastal Grandmother life, I was ready to embrace local luxuries like lobster rolls, … Continued

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Maserati’s New Swoon-Worthy SUV Roars Into Houston For an Early Sneak Peek

What: Maserati Grecale Roadshow Where: Helfman Maserati PC Moment:  The Houston Maserati dealership was one of a select number of stops across 14 states for the introduction of the Italian automaker’s newest addition — the Maserati Grecale. All three iterations of the midsize SUV were on display. The Grecale GT, powered by a four-cylinder mild … Continued

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Workers Strike At The Philadelphia Museum Of Art (Signs Of Unrest At Other Museums)

Since the Philadelphia union was formed, organizing efforts have succeeded at the Whitney Museum of American Art and the Brooklyn Museum of Art in New York, as well as the Massachusetts Museum of Contemporary Art, the Art Institute of Chicago, the Carnegie Museums of Pittsburgh and the Walker Art Center in Minneapolis. – The New York Times

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Cottonwood Art Festival Oct. 1 & 2

Cottonwood Art Festival is a juried semi-annual art show that features work from the nation’s top visual artist and takes place on the first full weekend in May and October each year. https://cottonwoodartfestival.com

For the Fall 2922 artists with booths, click here 2022 Fall Exhibiting Artist Gallery

Cottonwood Park1321 W. Belt Line Rd.Richardson, TX   75080

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What’s making us happy: A guide to your weekend reading, listening and viewing

Each week, the guests and hosts on NPR's Pop Culture Happy Hour share what's bringing them joy. This week: Lizzo playing James Madison's flute, Usher's thirst traps, and more.

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The Elusive Search For The Perfect Recording

Tom Port believes that records are like snowflakes — no two are the same. So many things can impact the pressing, including room temperature, the split second the stampers are pressed onto the hot, vinyl biscuit, and unknown factors no human can understand. – Washington Post

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Is Apple Music About Launch A Classical Service?

References to Apple Classical in code were previously found in a beta version of iOS 15.5, and an Android version of Apple Music. The evidence isn’t conclusive, of course, and may be laying the groundwork for another future version of iOS. – Ludwig Van

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Realigning: Ballet For The Rest Of Us

Founded in Los Angeles in 2011 by Michael Cornell, the Align Ballet Method was born out of a desire to make ballet approachable for adults, despite whether they know a “tendu” from a “dégagé.” While adult ballet has long existed, it is niche and has little marketing presence. – Los Angeles Times

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Bruce Willis Becomes First Celeb To License His “Digital Twin” For Acting Work

Using deepfake technology, the actor appeared in a phone advert without ever being on set, after his face was digitally transplanted onto another performer. Willis allowed US firm Deepcake, which makes “digital twins”, to use his face. – The Telegraph

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