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EDITORIAL: Label Iranian security thugs as terrorists

Content of the article If Prime Minister Justin Trudeau is serious about helping Iran’s brave women protesting the country’s theocratic dictatorship, Canada should declare the country’s domestic religious security force that brutalizes them a terrorist organization. Content of the article Naming the Islamic Revolutionary Guard Corps (IRGC) a terrorist organization …

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Pictures tell more than one story

State officials already have their hands full with multiple challenges involving Alabama’s corrections system. The US Department of Justice is working to make improvements to address overcrowding, staffing shortages and mental health care. The issues surrounding recent attempted executions of death row inmates have drawn attention, and for good reason. …

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Canada prepares for huge storm with hurricane-force winds

This satellite image from the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) shows Hurricane Fiona on September 23, 2022 at 01:21 UTC. – 100-mile-per-hour gusts and driving rain rocked Bermuda early Friday, leaving thousands without power and fearing coastal damage as Fiona, a powerful Category 3 storm, slipped past Atlantic Island. …

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Reviews | Mahsa Amini’s death highlights tyranny of Iranian hijab officials

When she was arrested at the entrance to a metro station in Tehran on September 13, Mahsa Amini, 22, was visiting with her family from Kurdistan province. Her brother asked the so-called orientation patrols to leave her alone, family members said. But the vice squad arrested her for allegedly breaking …

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23 Times Photo Editors Went Too Far And Got Called Out By Celebrities

Everyone loves a flattering photo filter, but too often celebrities are digitally enhanced beyond recognition. Luckily, more and more celebrities are being outspoken about photo editing and even opposing it. 4. Lili Reinhart and Camila Mendes 18. Priyanka Chopra Here’s another “pit-stopping” image to add to the debate. #WillTheRealArmpitPleaseStandUp #nofilter …

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Tensions rise between the LA Times and its billionaire owner

Perhaps Soon-Shiong’s biggest breakthrough was Merida’s hiring. The announcement was cheered by everyone in the newsroom. Soon-Shiong himself heralded it as a chance to bring stability to the newspaper – “to grow and be around for another 139 years” – and to broaden its ambitions. “His mandate will be to …

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Uncontroversial return of photo radar to Niagara

Once upon a time, photo radar was such a burning issue that killing it outright was one of the first campaign promises kept by the newly elected government of Premier Mike Harris. Remember those days? The Progressive Conservatives, riding a wave of electoral unrest, won victory in the summer of …

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Iowa Tourist Board Launches Redesigned Website and Latest Travel Guide

September 14, 2022 Press release FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE Contact: Jessica O’Riley – Iowa Office of Tourism, Iowa Economic Development Authority 515.348.6256 or [email protected] Iowa Tourist Board Launches Redesigned Website and Latest Travel Guide Revamped site, guide offers new inspiration for Iowa travel September 14, 2022 (Des Moines, Iowa) – …

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Fake Fires and Greener Grass: Real Estate Photo Hacks That Make a Home Feel Like Home | Immovable

When a real estate ad came under fire this year for Photoshopping a “Chornobyl” green lawn in front of an Adelaide property, the internet shared a puzzled laugh. But according to real estate photographer Christine*, the mistake wasn’t photoshopping the grass. It was the failure to suspend viewers’ disbelief. Before …

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Va’s Glenn Youngkin will help Maine’s Paul LePage despite racial rhetoric

Comment this story Comment RICHMOND — Gov. Glenn Youngkin plans to travel to Maine this week to campaign for Republican gubernatorial candidate Paul LePage, a two-term former governor who has made inflammatory racist remarks. A proudly unvarnished politician who claimed he was “Donald Trump before Donald Trump”, LePage caused his …

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Calling all writers, photographers and editors

By: Alexis Stallard, Editor-in-Chief It’s a new school year: the sun is shining, the birds are chirping, and the campus cats are happy to see everyone again. However, a new year means new opportunities and I am here to present you with an unbeatable one. That opportunity is to join …

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How the Black Metropolis Research Consortium is transforming the field of African American history

Holding a piece of history alive can be a rush. A single letter can reveal a new side to a historical figure; a photograph can identify a transformative moment in time. For those interested in black history—an area that isn’t always prioritized in traditional historic preservation—these materials may prove even …

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Benefits and Features of Online Photo Editors

Due to the growth of social media and business websites, more and more people find themselves in situations where they need to edit and adopt beautiful photos. Moreover, online bloggers and social media influencers have limited ability to edit images faster and better. This suggests that to satisfy their audience’s …

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A taste of Black Rock City

The doors haven’t even opened yet, but we’ve gotten a taste of what Burning Man 2022 will look like. he afternoon bathed everyone in the wonderful dewy glow. The work of setting up camp was done for the day, and it was time to enjoy each other’s company. We pulled …

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Glass Onion: A Knives Out Mystery releases its first glamorous photos

Detective Benoit Blanc is almost back. Netflix has released the first photos of the Oscar nominee Rian Johnsonis highly anticipated Knives out after, Glass onion: a mystery at loggerheadsfeaturing Daniel Craig. Far from the shores of New England, Glass Onion finds Detective Craig White invited on a weekend getaway to …

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Review of ‘Bad City: Peril and Power in the City of Angels’ by Paul Pringle

Comment this story Comment It started with a tip, which “alludes to something so salacious, so depraved, so outrageous, that it seemed too good to be true.” The tipping implicated an unconscious young woman, an influential dean of the University of Southern California medical school, and a drug-filled hotel room. …

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Let Big Tech pay for local news

This article represents the opinion of the editorial board of the Tampa Bay Times. Local news publishers in America are struggling — and it’s not for lack of news to report, or lack of audiences or public trust. Publishers simply aren’t getting paid for the journalism they produce, as Big …

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The Best Video Editors for macOS When iMovie Won’t Cut It

AppleInsider is supported by its audience and is eligible to earn an Amazon Associate and Affiliate Partner commission on qualifying purchases. These affiliate partnerships do not influence our editorial content. Apple’s main video editing program on macOS is iMovie. That’s good enough for most, but it doesn’t satisfy …

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Where the Pot Meets the Kettle: Oz’s Fragile Attack on Fetterman’s Finances

Mehmet Oz, the famed doctor-turned-Republican Senate candidate from Pennsylvania, owns mansions in Palm Beach, Florida, and North Jersey, as well as a million-dollar beef farm in Florida and a 3-acre estate. .2 million he recently purchased in Montgomery County. Oz and his wife are worth over $100 million together. So …

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USA Today publisher Other Papers mobilizes staff to cut costs

By The Associated Press, Associated Press Newspaper publisher Gannett Co. confirmed on Friday that it was laying off some of its newsroom staff, as part of a cost-cutting effort to cut expenses as its revenues slump amid decline in ad sales and customer subscriptions. The McLean, Va.-based company declined to …

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University that fires a professor for a private photo in a swimsuit, gives very twisted lessons

The arbitrary misogynistic dictates of the khap panchayats are bad enough, but it’s truly frightening when the very institutions that are supposed to build modern perspectives follow suit. A professor at St Xavier’s University in Kolkata found herself losing her job because of her swimsuit photos, which she posted on …

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A police in tatters

Two years ago, when launching a so-called transformation strategy covering the period 2020-2025, the police committed to “a more positive working environment” for its workforce. What prevails – admittedly, with three more years to go – are police stations in such a pitiful state that they have been likened to …

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Meirav Harel: “We are the publishers. We are the actors, we are the players”

In a conversation with Noa Eshed and Ronen Menipaz on the Real Life Superpowers podcast, Meirav Harel discusses the power of setting goals and getting out of your comfort zone “When you shoot a movie, there are a lot of scenes that don’t make it into the final movie,” Meirav …

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EDITO: The shortage of chickpeas is a sign of the times

Content of the article Economic turbulence will get worse before it gets better. Warnings of a global chickpea shortage are just another reminder of the worrying trend of product shortages and soaring costs. Content of the article A number of international reports are now sounding the alarm over an impending …

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Expression trumps everything in portrait photography

Seeing my first portraits often makes me cringe. I’m not even afraid to admit it now. I always aimed to be a competent portrait photographer, but I was incredibly shy and didn’t know how to engage with people in front of my lens. I was always somewhat dissatisfied with my …

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American Opinion: From pumping fist to coward on the run: Jan. 6 video shows Missouri who Josh Hawley really is – West Central Tribune

Missouri Senator Josh Hawley is a laughing stock. American OpinionGraphic forum / Forum News Service During Thursday night’s televised hearings of the House Committee investigating the January 6, 2021, coup attempt on the United States Capitol, Representative Elaine Luria played a video of the young Missouri senator who will surely …

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GOP leaders ‘lied to you’

Rep. Adam Kinzinger (R-Ill.) has chastised Republicans who encouraged former President Donald Trump’s misrepresentations regarding the 2020 election, telling ABC “This Week” Sunday that they were manipulating and exploiting voters in political purposes. The backdrop: Kinzinger, one of two Republicans serving on the House Select Committee on Jan. 6, has …

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The ‘handshake’ photo taken during a Congressional hearing, by Daily Editors

A congressional hearing on Tuesday was suddenly and dramatically cut short — by the president leading it. His goal: to abort the attempt of a Republican congressman to present the very first photo of a person who is now 22 years old. The scene was the House Subcommittee on Oversight …

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Posing pols ignores the struggles of American families

Leadership is not an Instagram story. But that’s the impression one would get from the Congressional photo op/protest outside the Supreme Court on Tuesday. Seventeen members of Congress were arrested by Capitol Police while protesting the recent High Court ruling overturning Roe v. Wade. Among them are Massachusetts’ own U.S. …

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Why professionals respect the rules of photography and why we should break them too

Photography is blessed and cursed with both scientific and artistic rules. We always hear that we should keep them or break them, but there’s so much more to it. One of the big mistakes we make in photography is accepting that rules exist. This concept is old, probably stemming from …

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Will Rishi Sunak break the glass ceiling? – The New Indian Express

Britain’s rising political star, Rishi Sunak, has won the first two rounds of voting in the race to become the country’s prime minister. The contest narrows down to him and Commerce Secretary Penny Mordaunt. Foreign Secretary Liz Truss is still on their heels. This first vote reflects the preference of …

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Jeff Koons painted white with flowers in his hair: Martin Schoeller’s best photography | Photography

IIt was 2013 and Jeff Koons had just opened a show in new york which contained all-white, almost classical plaster sculptures. This is how I had the idea of ​​painting it white, to make a sculpture of it. He also used a lot of flowers in his art. I had …

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Former Prime Minister Shinzo Abe assassinated in election event – Nippon News | Editorial Photos | production department

Facebook Twitter LinkedIn Copies of an additional edition of a newspaper are distributed in Tokyo’s Yurakucho district on July 8, 2022 showing the news that former Japanese Prime Minister Shinzo Abe has died after being shot dead during an election campaign event in Nara earlier today. Abe was Japan’s longest-serving …

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Secret tricks to beat phone addiction shouldn’t be secret

Comment this story Comment Earlier this week, my iPhone got a makeover. He turned gray. Instead of vivid colors popping off the screen, my apps and photos looked like faded newspaper prints. It was intentional on my part. I wanted to see if setting my phone to grayscale would make …

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Wimbledon celebrates the centenary of center court on Sunday

Center Court at Wimbledon is hosting musical celebrations for the first time before a full day of tennis on Middle Sunday to celebrate its centenary. Veteran tennis broadcasters Sue Barker, John McEnroe and Clare Balding will talk about 100 years of on-court history from 1.30pm, before British singer Freya Ridings …

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How did an obscure photo book become a counterfeit prop?

Photo-Illustration: The Strategist. Photos: Keep the bag; Pssnshop-Live; Courtesy of Gus Powell In August 2020, photographer Gus Powell received an Instagram message with a photo of what appeared to be his book the loners sitting on a shelf in a cafe in Seoul. Only it wasn’t a copy of the …

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Westport, Connecticut 2020

Westport is a small town located in Fairfield County, in the southwestern part of the US state of Connecticut. Located approximately 84 km northeast of New York City, Westport stretches along the Long Island Sound in the state’s Gold Coast. Westport is considered a favorite retreat of the rich and …

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Don’t be in no man’s land between Putin and the West

Placeholder while loading article actions One of the purposes of wartime summits is the “family picture” – or rather the harmonious and resolute unity it is supposed to showcase. So it was at last week’s EU summit in Brussels and at this week’s Group of 7 meeting in the Bavarian …

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The Guardian’s view on diversity in the arts: Continuity matters | Editorial

Jhe reopening of London’s historic Africa Center in new premises south of the Thames is welcome news for those who remember its glory days in Covent Garden, when it became a home for political dissidents such as Desmond Tutu and Thabo Mbeki. But times change and generations pass. The design …

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Activists use Wikipedia to write about marginalized groups in climate science

Posted 2022-06-23 11:53 11:53 June 23, 2022 a m In 2020, a viral photo taken at the World Economic Forum in Davos, Switzerland highlighted the enduring invisibility of women of color in the climate movement. Vanessa Nakate, a black Ugandan climate activist, had posed for a photo with other notable …

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Tips for choosing art for your home

Placeholder while loading article actions Art can serve as a finishing touch, a conversation starter, or a focal point in a room. “It offers visual beauty, but it’s also a layer of life that has a story,” says Whitney Forstner, founder of Into/Art. “And when we allow ourselves to be …

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HCMC Chief Sends Greetings to News Agencies | National

HCMC People’s Committee Chairman Phan Van Mai (2nd, L) visits the Vietnam News Agency (VNA) editorial office in HCMC on the occasion of the 97th anniversary of Vietnam Revolutionary Press Day. (Photo: SGGP) During his visit to the editorial staff of Vietnam News Agency (VNA) in HCMC, chairman of the …

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Jeffrey Goldberg: Against Labels – The Atlantic

Dear reader, Sometimes I write to you about the sorry state of our democracy, other times about the setbacks of the pandemic. This month, I am writing to you on a matter that is of absolutely no importance to the future of the republic. My subject is tear-off mailing labels …

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Arena bombing survivor scales mountain in wheelchair

A father paralyzed in the Manchester Arena bombing has conquered the summit of Africa’s highest mountain in his wheelchair. Martin Hibbert, 45, started the mission to climb Mount Kilimanjaro because he wanted to “move mountains” for people with disabilities. He has already raised around half of the £1m donation target …

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Farewell Voisins, harmless viewing of my youth

But I know there will be many like me, lamenting the end of an era. At its peak in the UK in the late 1980s and early 1990s, Neighbors drew ten million viewers for each episode. Over 20 million people tuned into November 1988 to watch episode 523, when Scott …

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Julie Vitkovskaya named associate editor for Visual Enterprise

Placeholder while loading article actions Announcement from Visual Enterprise Editor-in-Chief Ann Gerhart: I am delighted to announce that Julie Vitkovskaya has been promoted to Editorial Assistant for the Visual Enterprise. She will help direct and edit timely, memorable and touching visual storytelling of the news, a key area of ​​coverage …

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EDITORIAL COLUMN: WI’s editorial spreads its wings and wins top industry awards for 2022

Three years ago, our editor, Denise Rolark Barnes, and I decided to test our mettle by submitting entries from among our writers, photographers, and layout and design team to the Society of Professional Journalists’ Dateline Awards competition. (SPJ). As a member of the prestigious national organization, I knew SPJ’s reputation …

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Posting Photos of Dead Children Could Backfire

What can the press do to help stop mass shootings? This question haunts many journalists who struggle in the ritual cycle of news coverage that has become all too familiar after a massacre. The publication of photographs showing the gruesome spectacle of slaughtered children is the latest response from those …

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The Walrus wins five National Magazine Awards

To cap off an incredible first half of 2022, The Walrus won five award at the 45th Annual National Magazine Awards. The winners were announced in a virtual ceremony hosted by award-winning journalist and The Walrus contributor Kelly Boutsalis. “This year has been a time of strong support for our …

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50 years after ‘Napalm Girl,’ myths distort reality behind gruesome Vietnam War photo and exaggerate its impact

The ‘Napalm Girl’ photograph of terrorized Vietnamese children fleeing an errant airstrike on their village, taken 50 years ago this month, has been aptly called ‘an image that does not rest.” It’s one of those outstanding visual artifacts that attracts attention and even controversy years after it was made. In …

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May 28: Various opinions on dismissal of uninfected city workers, introduce photo radar and other letters

Photographic radars If photo radar is what it takes to slow down those irresponsible idiots on our roads, I say go for it. Enough with these guys from NASCAR that endanger life and physical integrity. Other lawsuits are pending now. Hurry up Mother Earth sent yet another disturbing message last …

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The spread of monkeypox all over the world puts us all at risk

Breadcrumb Links Opinion Op-Ed Opinion: Hoarding monkeypox vaccines in wealthy non-endemic countries while neglecting the spread of the disease and rising cases in endemic countries is a strategy doomed to long-term failure This undated electron microscope (EM) image provided by the Centers for Disease Control and Prevention shows a monkeypox …

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Share your photos from Duke Time Off 2022

The 2022 Duke Time Off Photo Campaign begins today, and staff and faculty at Duke University and the Duke University Health System are invited to share photos of their summer fun away from work. To be eligible for the prizes, photographs must be taken between now (May 25, 2022) and …

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Mike Jackson – ‘the fearless’ Nathan Collins will be a Premier League regular for years to come

The 21-year-old superbly staged a three-way comeback at Tottenham Hotspur, with Nick Pope only beaten by a controversial penalty, converted by Harry Kane. In the absence of captain Ben Mee and James Tarkowski, Collins – who has started 10 of the last 11 games – was a vocal presence at …

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Herzog, ministers meet new UAE leader during condolence visit to Abu Dhabi

New UAE president meets Macron as leaders flock for funeral; Herzog ready to leave for the United Arab Emirates ABU DHABI, United Arab Emirates – The new President of the United Arab Emirates, Sheikh Mohamed bin Zayed Al Nahyan, speaks today with his French counterpart Emmanuel Macron as world leaders …

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Pulitzer to photographers for coverage of India’s Covid tragedy highlights continued relevance of still image

It doesn’t take long for tragedy to become fodder for statistics, political one-upmanship, and a never-ending stream of “content.” It was, after all, barely a year ago that India was in the midst of the second wave of the pandemic. The deadly Delta variant has affected millions – directly and …

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A New Cosplay Photobook Celebrates Him In Everyday Places

Photographer Thurstan Redding was primarily working as a fashion photographer when he had two memorable encounters with cosplayers in the wild. For the first time, people dressed in costumes of popular culture characters appeared on his radar. Previously, he was aware of the practice, but he “never fully committed to …

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Simon Sretenovic designs the tools for a genetically modified future

For scientist Simon Sretenovic, seeing was the first step to believing. As a child in Slovenia, Sretenovic remembers his elementary school class putting the water of a pond under the microscope to reveal the world hidden inside. He was deeply impressed with microscopy and how it could reveal things hidden …

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Mike Jackson’s thoughts after Burnley’s remarkable win at Watford

The Clarets trailed at the interval thanks to an own goal from James Tarkowski after Juraj Kucka’s effort hit the bar and grabbed the centre-back, with Burnley struggling to get going in the first half . But they passed and probed in the second, and when substitute Ashley Barnes’ head …

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An Index of Landscapes by Frederick Law Olmsted

Photo: Clemens Kois, courtesy of the artist and Salon 94 Design © Gloria Kisch Estate, courtesy of NYRA, Cazottes Clement/EyeEm/Getty Images, courtesy of LEGO Every two weeks, I will collect and share the objects, the designers, the news and the events to know. Photo: Brian Bumby/Getty Images It was Frederick …

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Editorial: Villanueva’s attempt to intimidate a Times reporter is a gas attack on the press

Sheriff Alex Villanueva even outdid himself during a Tuesday press conference when he said he had launched a criminal investigation targeting Los Angeles Times reporter Alene Tchekmedyian, who consistently reported on the LA County Law Enforcement Agency’s unstable and erratic sheriff’s leadership . After being heavily criticized by 1st Amendment …

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New retrospective reveals photographer Imogen Cunningham’s masterful range and how it hurt her career

A little late in Imogen Cunningham’s life, a young photographer asked her, “What should I do to become more famous, to get my work appreciated?” “You have to live longer,” Cunningham replied. (The artist receiving the advice? Ruth Bernhard.) A joke, surely, about the art world’s tendency to appreciate women’s …

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Hong Kong actor needs to learn respect

By Li Kuan-long 李坤隆 Hong Kong actor Wong He (王喜) arrived in Taiwan on April 3, later writing on Facebook that he experienced a profuse nosebleed after a medical professional gave him a reaction test in polymerase chain reaction (PCR) at Taoyuan International Airport in Taiwan. Photographs of his bloody …

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The publishers’ guild denounces the MP police for “aggression”, “humiliation” of 8 undressed men at the police station

New Delhi: The Publishers Guild of India on Friday issued a ‘strong’ condemnation of the alleged detention and assault of eight people, including a local journalist, after they were arrested for allegedly protesting and chanting against the state’s Chief Minister , Shivraj Singh Chouhan, and other BJP leaders. A photograph …

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Editorial: Diva in War

Photo: Julian Hargreaves Since the end of February 2022, in the comments made by several artists or theaters, we have not stopped reading something like: “Art must be separated from politics”. This is an encouraging point and probably correct, but can it be, especially when talking about opera? Today, as …

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Burnley 0, Manchester City 2: Chris Boden’s thoughts on another tough afternoon

After a crucial Sergio Aguero winner in April 2019 helped fend off Liverpool’s title challenge – the ball went over the 2.91cm line – Manchester City fitness coach Lorenzo Buenaventura said: “Playing at Burnley is like going to the dentist.” However, these days it’s more like a simple check – …

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Checking images of the war in Ukraine

A brief, shaky video uploaded to Telegram on March 17 showed bodies on the ground in Mariupol, one of Ukraine’s largest cities, which has been battered by Russian military attacks in the continuation of the war. The person behind the camera shouted that it was March 13. But could the …

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How artist Marcia Resnick pushed photography to its conceptual limits – ARTnews.com

For artist Marcia Resnick, a photograph is not a static thing, it is an exchange, a performance, a selectively rendered reality. His images tell a tightly choreographed story, revealing a worldview centered on exposing and mocking life’s absurdities. “The art I make is a reflection of what I want to …

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Edible insect companies demand an end to Brexit food law confusion

Companies wishing to sell insects as food in the UK have warned they are in limbo due to confusing post-Brexit trade laws. Ministers have been pressed to update the Food Standards Act to prevent UK traders falling behind their EU counterparts due to a lack of post-Brexit transition provisions when …

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Reviews | Readers slam The Post: There’s no need to belittle Biden

Properly portraying Biden The March 12 editorial “Protecting Big Tech’s Little Kids” featured a photograph of President Biden’s State of the Union address. Because the speech was over an hour long, there must have been plenty of opportunities to introduce the president as, well, presidential. Instead, he was presented as …

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Newspapers, Magazine recognized for its powerful journalism

March 18, 2022 – Aileen Yoo Cal Poly Humboldt student media teams from bilingual monthly El Leñador, Osprey magazine, and student newspaper The Lumberjack have won multiple state college media awards at the Associated Collegiate Press (ACP) Collegiate Journalism Conference ) this month. Journalism student Elliott Portillo won Best Photographic …

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MATC Times award-winning photographer promoted – MATC Times

Photo by Trevor Keay/MATC Times A student in the photography program, Céline Cotton is finishing her first year in college as a photo editor for The Times. Cotton was unanimously elected by the Times editorial board to succeed graduate photo editor Andi Clunie. Andre Harris time contributor Victoria Magee Chief …

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Star Tribune Wins Five Top Sportswriters Group Honors

Star Tribune’s sports staff won five top 10 honors from America’s leading sportswriters organization for its work in 2021. Associated Press Sports Editors judges awarded Star Tribune’s top 10 honors for its sports sections of the Sunday and its weekday sports sections in Division A, which included the nation’s biggest …

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The 7 Best Photo Editing Software for Creative Entrepreneurs | Architectural Summary

Even the most beautiful interiors require the occasional touch-up behind the camera. Therefore, having a pulse on the best photo editing software on the market is essential for adjusting the light here or retouching a spot there. After all, creating impactful imagery is key to accurately conveying the essence of …

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NEET, Hijab Row Dominates ThinkEdu Conclave Day 2 – The New Indian Express

By Express press service CHENNAI: Powerful speeches keeping attendees on the edge of their seats marked day two of the 10th annual ThinkEdu Conclave, hosted by TNIE, on Wednesday. It started with the speech of the Governor of Kerala and ended with the gritty and graceful story of the motivational …

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Why Shane Warne was an iconic player

The death of 52-year-old Australian spin legend Shane Warne has left the sporting world reeling, with cricket mourning arguably the greatest bowler the game has seen and its sports-mad nation a player compared to Don Bradman. Warne’s 708 wickets – only the Sri Lankan turns the great Muttiah Muralitharan with …

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Askia Muhammad, editorial dean of The Final Call, dies at 76 | Richmond Free Press

Askia Muhammad, renowned journalist, photographer, poet and columnist who served as editor of The Final Call, died Thursday, February 17, 2022 at his home in Washington, DC He was 76 years old. For more than 40 years, Mr. Muhammad was a staple of WPFW-Radio in Washington and The Final Call, …

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Telling students about masks is DeSantis’ Karen moment

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other opinion content provide viewpoints on issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom reporters. Ron DeSantis had a Karen moment. The governor on Wednesday was supposed to make a banal announcement at the University of South Florida on …

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January and February 2022, a record audience!

This beginning of the year ushered in a promising year for The eye of photography! In January in particular, the newspaper broke its audience record by quintupling the number of its total visits on certain days. The magazine has an average of 1.2 million visitors! With this excellent result, we …

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Antonio Conte said he trusted 25, and now Tottenham want him

EDITORIAL USE ONLY. No use with unauthorized audio, video, data, fixture lists, club/league logos or “live” services. Online use in match limited to 75 images, no video emulation. No use in betting, gaming or single club/league/player publications. / (Photo credit should read GLYN KIRK/AFP via Getty Images)” width=”1024″ height=”683″ class=””/>Chelsea’s …

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‘Conservation’ groups promote recreation rather than wilderness protection

The Custer Gallatin NF plan that so-called big green groups are promoting reduces wilderness protection for the Gallatin Range. The wilderness recommended by the forest plan consists of high alpine terrain while favoring less protection for the best wildlife habitat at lower elevations. Photo George Würthner The following link to …

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Keep these masks in public indoor spaces and schools

No, we are not there yet. For several weeks, Californians have been witnessing a politically fueled national push to lift mask mandates not only in red states but also in blue ones. Perhaps most troubling is the misguided insistence by some to ditch masks in our children’s classrooms, which only …

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We recommend Dan Patrick in the Republican primary for Texas lieutenant governor

Lt. Gov. Dan Patrick’s opponents in the Republican primary raise a few points with which we wholeheartedly agree. Patrick often confuses photo ops with policymaking, he doesn’t bring “justice and mercy” to the land, and when tough questions are asked by the public, the media, or fellow Republicans who challenge …

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Take them to the cleaners

Just when you think you’ve seen it all or heard it all, someone always comes out of the woodwork with behavior that shocks most normal people. There is trouble. Then there is really bad. And then it’s really disgusting. In the case of the cleaning company that has decided to …

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The Englishman was expected to join Newcastle but the Magpies hit a snag in the talks

Photo by Dan Mullan/Getty Images Newcastle United are set to appoint Dan Ashworth as their new director of football – but there is now a problem with Brighton and Hove Albion. Newcastle have been chasing a new director of football since taking over in October. The Magpies have been linked …

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Hollywood bites the hand that protects them

Nominations for the 94th Academy Awards come out Tuesday morning, and the usual A-list suspects are expected to strut the red carpet outside the Dolby Theater in Hollywood on March 27 before the ceremony airs. It is one of the most publicized events covered each year by the Los Angeles …

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KillerFrogs Reaches Major Milestone: Over 500 Articles on TCU Sports

It was mid-August and a friend, and fellow TCU fan, asked “Hey, how about writing about TCU for Sports Illustrated?” “Are you kidding me,” I asked? “Fuck yes! Tell me more.” And with that, I was introduced to the team at KillerFrogs. Of course, I knew KillerFrogs. After all, they …

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Guest View: Using art to improve mental well-being | Editorial

When people think of ways to cope with difficult life events, it usually sounds like the most common methods of talking to a trusted friend or family member, exercising, breathe deeply and sometimes seek therapy. One of the coping skills that people tend to overlook is the use of art. …

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Staff Editorial: Relentlessly Civilian Since 1922 | Opinion

The most basic part of good journalism is persistence. This includes perseverance to keep working by editing articles. To persevere in pursuing a story that keeps running away. Persistence in seeing through red ink and struggling through red tape to find needed information. Simply put, good journalism must be relentless. …

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House is right to vote for more ‘same day’ comments – Sentinel and Enterprise

With the 124-34 House vote last week, both branches of the Legislative Assembly have now passed bills making permanent the mail-in and early voting options used in Massachusetts during the 2020 election cycle. . These are measures temporarily adopted during what we thought was the peak of the coronavirus pandemic. …

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Neil Young switches to Amazon Music after Spotify release

Through ANI WASHINGTON: After pulling his catalog from Spotify, Grammy winner Neil Young reached out to Amazon Music on Thursday to make sure his fans had access to his music. According to The Hollywood Reporter, fans of Young will now be able to get a free four-month subscription to Amazon …

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Editorial: Catalytic Converter Thefts Need Tougher Rules

By the editorial board of the Herald Those looking for an inflation hedge might consider investing in precious metals. Your local catalytic converter thief can vouch for their value. Deep inside your vehicle’s exhaust system, the catalytic converter uses precious metals – rhodium, platinum and palladium – to convert your …

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[Editorial] Setting a new standard for smartphones in our changing world – Samsung Newsroom Canada

By: Dr. TM Roh, President and Head of MX Business When I look around me, I am amazed at how much innovation exists in our world today. Still, I’m very excited about the evolution of the smartphone. This device paved the way for new digital industries – remote work, education, …

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Government Silence – Diary – DAWN.COM

A MAJOR trial is underway in London in which Pakistan has been repeatedly mentioned as the location where payment was allegedly sent to a hitman for hire. The case revolves around the accused, a British Pakistani Gohir Khan, who, according to the Crown Prosecution Service, was hired by an individual …

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You big ugly | The Saturday newspaper

Last weekend, Scott Morrison gave one of his pre-election interviews to Nine newspapers. He spent time with the reporter. He aped for pictures with his dog. He talked about God but not too much. The article was written before the collapse of the health system, before the deaths and the …

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Picking up trash is just the start of Little Saigon’s rescue plan

For a few hours last Saturday, Little Saigon was transformed. Police walked and cycled around South 12th Avenue and South Jackson Street. Pressure from King County subway workers washed out the bus stop. Officials joined more than 100 volunteers in picking up trash. The outpouring of attention came as Little …

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Former Mayor Shaver visits town with an eye to the future

Historic City News founder Michael Gold was invited this week to meet former St Augustine Mayor Nancy Shaver on a visit that was a mix of business and pleasure. Shaver, now retired, like many Florida retirees, finds that although her life with her two children and granddaughter is bountiful, with …

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Editorial: Photo ID to vote? Well, okay, but… | Editorials

Editor’s Note: Guest editorials do not necessarily reflect the opinion of the newspaper. The following is from Thomas L. Knapp, director and senior news analyst at the William Lloyd Garrison Center for Libertarian Advocacy Journalism. A perennial proposition in the ongoing “fight” (actually more a set of dueling theatrical productions …

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Let me take a selfie first……….

The selfie craze is a huge phenomenon. Fueled by social media, the influence of celebrity culture and many other factors, selfies have become so popular that billions of them are taken every year across the world. Selfies have become commonplace in public life everywhere, without barriers of gender, class, age, …

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EDITORIAL: Becoming an Authentic Community, Part Five

Read the first part I had come across the 14-point list evoking our Town Hall’s dearest wishes for the year 2040, in the daily post December 2019 archive. A few months before the arrival of the pandemic. Here is that list again, as assembled at the City Council’s Summer 2019 …

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EDITORIAL ARTICLE: Ways to Detect Information Deception | Opinion

The News Literacy Project is a non-profit, national education organization dedicated to educating the public on how to spot false and misleading information. He compiled 10 takeaways from the distortions caused by social media and other sources in 2021. 1. Scientific disinformation No, vaccines do not magnetize you, increase your …

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Mike Pompeo didn’t lose all that weight like he claims

OPINION AND COMMENT Editorials and other Opinion content provide perspectives on issues important to our community and are independent of the work of our newsroom journalists. Fitness pros don’t believe the former secretary of state did it with turkey bacon and half-hour home workouts. Twitter / npompeo; Photo associated press …

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EDITORIAL: Time to call Schumer’s systematic filibuster bluff

OPINION: Senate Majority Leader Chuck Schumer left the choice to his fellow Republicans on Monday. Either drop their opposition to so-called voting rights legislation that needs 60 votes to pass by January 17, or he will take the necessary steps to kill the filibuster forever. The GOP should follow its …

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The best editorial cartoons of 2021

2021 has had its moments … (USA TODAY Network) Good. Wrong. Meh. Uh. We’ve seen a lot in 2021, a proverbial traveling circus of stories that spanned 12 months of news cycles, from Trump and Biden to Touchdown Tommy and Sit-Down Harry and Meghan. There was the Pence Fly, the …

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Thank you Dana Cardin and Donna Smith for decades of service

That’s the editorial, the end of 2021 marks the end of an era where two of our esteemed journalists are retiring. Deputy Director of Information Dana Carton and Chief Photographer. Donna smith Dana has dedicated four decades to the service of the Central Islands. After having first served his country …

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Kader Attia challenges us to deal with trauma and loss

In 2009 he built Untitled (Ghardaïa), a replica of the old Algerian city of the same name made entirely of couscous. The work draws the viewer into the complex exchange between the Maghreb aesthetic heritage and its colonizers. At MoMA, in 2012, Attia exhibited Open your eyes (2010), a double-sided …

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RedInk Awards: Danish Siddiqui named “Journalist of the Year”, Prem Shankar Jha honored for “Lifetime Achievement”

Senior journalist Prem Shankar Jha and Reuters photojournalist Danish Siddiqui, died while reporting in Afghanistan in July, will be awarded the top two RedInk Awards by the Mumbai Press Club on Wednesday. While Jha will receive the Lifetime Achievement Award, Siddiqui will be awarded Journalist of the Year, posthumously. The …

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No Way Home crosses the billion dollars in the world

Hollywood rarely gets excited when the Christmas holidays fall on a weekend. Many theaters don’t have shows later the night before, and the 25th is a big movie day, so they’d rather see it happen on a weekday to increase the totals as opposed to a Saturday which is their …

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Biden Bows to Political Reality, Reverses Policy on Payments to Illegal Immigrants | EDITORIAL

It is much easier to illegally give hundreds of millions of dollars to those in the country when no one knows it. This is exactly what the Biden administration intended to do, because reported by the Wall Street Journal in October. The money would have gone to illegal immigrants who …

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