Hard to deny that a lot has changed in the music and media industries since the mid-'90s, where the experience of walking into dedicated stores and seeing rows of stockpiled CDs (and movies and videogames) has largely given way to the age of digital ...
April 10, 2015
Ask Boswell: Redskins, Nationals and Washington sports
But Wall is so central to the Wiz that it might be a good idea to trim minutes somewhat and even pick one game "off." I'll think about this. . But it's better than a sharp stick in the eye. And it's almost . Just learn to look at the digital ...
March 30, 2015
Giant slides to return at gallery
Built into the gallery's exterior wall, the slides will "constitute a graceful sculptural installation" while also being a device for "experiencing an emotional state that is a unique condition somewhere between delight and madness", the artist said ...
March 31, 2015
Real Estate in France
in addition to electric underfloor heating, and sliding doors open to a large wood wraparound terrace. The kitchen, also with mountain views, has appliances by Whirlpool, including a refrigerator with ice maker, an induction cooktop and a wall ...
March 11, 2015
Cliff Lee acknowledges career may be over
CLEARWATER, Fla. -- There is a very real possibility Cliff Lee has thrown his last pitch for the Phillies or any other team. The Phillies' veteran left-hander is hoping his elbow is fine, but as he waits for doctors' input, Lee knows his career is on ...
March 9, 2015
Nightengale: 'Boring' Cardinals know how to win
Come on, go ahead and bang your head against the wall to shake those brain cells, can you remember a single controversial quote by any Cardinals player in recent time? Anything that trended on Twitter, lit up Facebook, or created national headlines?...
March 4, 2015
Drew Hutchison boosts Jays a day after Stroman's injury
SARASOTA, Fla. – A day after having to deal with the season-ending injury to pitcher Marcus Stroman, the Toronto Blue Jays rebounded on the field Wednesday, getting four shutout innings from right-hander Drew Hutchison. On the road, facing a Baltimore ...
March 11, 2015
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In his village in Bahraich in Uttar Pradesh, people look at him with a lot of admiration in their eyes. Akhlaq Ahmad has now come to terms with such kind of admiration that he enjoys once in a while when he visits the village. But for him, the life in Delhi is still harsh and ridden with the issues of day to day survival. Akhlaq is happy that he is able to pursue the career of an artist though his kind of art is not yet appreciated by the gallery circuit, out there in the street Akhlaq art has become a craze among the people who promote street art and amongst the... Akhlaq Ahmad is a Delhi based painter who paints in the ‘signboard’ painting style. This article is not about his paintings but more about Akhlaq Ahmad aka Sabbu Painter and his efforts to survive in a big city like Delhi, not only as a painter but also as a dignified human being. All the runaway kids are not lucky though many of them turn out to be achievers in real life. Children who run away from home in fact dare two things: they choose to eschew the comfort zone of family however worst the conditions there may be. Two, they choose to push their own limits. It may sound very romantic considering the plights that these kids face on a daily basis in the unprotected streets both in the days and the nights. “He is lucky and hardworking,” says Akhlaq.
My series of 65 photographs, titled “Orifices: An ongoing obsession” was displayed on the back side of a floating wall set up in the middle of the gallery space. Unlike previous years that were very sculpturally based, this year’s show featured mostly flat works and a surprising amount of digital works. Likewise, there were also many younger students with art in the AJE and it was interesting to see what younger generations are doing creatively as well as the accomplishment of being juried into such a fantastic show. A total of 54 artists were featured in this year’s AJE, some work had a greater impact over others, whether it by visual interest, medium, size (etc. however it was the strong geometric shapes and methodic application of paint that made it so interesting to look at. There seemed to be a greater focus not on the painted lines, but the space that was created between those lines and shapes that... Practicum student Taylor Doyle won both the People’s Choice award as well as a show in September 2015 at London’s Forest City Gallery for her video installation titled “Galleria”.
Apple Watch reviews criticise 'jack of all trades'
Apple news site 9to5mac.com reports that a new clock ... The Wall Street Journal reviewers Nathan Olivarez-Giles and Wilson Rothman note that demo units handed to reviewers were on a fixed loop, so "we never got a chance to try the digital crown… But ...
April 9, 2015