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Santa Ana Hot Wind: Alexis Rocha blasts Blair Cobbs in nine rounds

Welterweights Alexis Rocha of Santa Ana, Calif. (19-1, 13 KOs) and Blair Cobbs of Philadelphia (15-1-1, 10 KOs) weren’t the main event fighters that California fans du South expected to see it at the USC Galen Center on Saturday. They paid their money to see rising star Vergil Ortiz, Jr. When Ortiz Jr. was hospitalized […]

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Tony Award-winning ‘Passing Strange’ returns to Berkeley

An energy-filled musical journey of self-discovery awaits those who attend Shotgun Players’ “Passing Strange,” which runs through April 10 on Berkeley’s Ashby Stage. Created by rock singer-songwriter Mark Stewart and Heidi Rodewald, “Passing Strange” features a kaleidoscope of musical styles ranging from gospel, blues, jazz, funk, cabaret and rap as a young man Los Angeles […]

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The 6 Best Primers for Textured Skin

Despite what Instagram’s over-filtered faces might have you believe, there’s no such thing as completely even skin. “Textured skin is completely normal,” celebrity makeup artist Omayma Ramzy told Elite Daily. “Larger pores, texture, or wrinkling from acne scars, coarseness, and uneven areas are all normal,” she says. But if you’re hoping to create a smoother […]

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Meet Seattle’s newest VC: This former car saleswoman and immigrant entrepreneur is on a mission to shake up the industry

Tina Hoang-To co-founded Kin Ventures last fall and recently moved to the Seattle area where she sees huge promise in the startup ecosystem. (Photo GeekWire/John Cook) Tina Hoang-To enrolled in college selling cars at Capitol Honda in San Jose, California. “I was very good at it,” notes the Santa Clara University graduate. “I’ve been riding […]

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HILARY PECIS (Born in 1979)

“The things we surround ourselves with are signifiers of who we are and who we want to be.” —Hilary Pecis Painted in 2017, Map of the Eastern Sierras is a visual and psychological feast, in which the viewer is invited to reflect on life and all its possibilities thanks to Pecis’ inimitable ability to evoke […]

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Lighthouse Immersive announces the SF engagement of IMMERSIVE FRIDA KAHLO

The creative team behind Immersive Van Gogh directs its lens towards the life and work of Frida Kahlo Lighthouse Immersive, North America’s leading producer of groundbreaking experiential art exhibits, today announces that its brand new immersive art installation, IMMERSIVE Frida Kahlo, will make its West Coast premiere at Lighthouse ArtSpace San Francisco at SVN. West […]

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Unpinned artist John Wesley dies at 93

John Wesley, a painter of flat, cartoonish figures who seemed to come not from the well of Pop Art but from a deeper, alien reservoir of the American unconscious inhabited by floating babies, rubbery nudes and the band’s hapless husband comic Dagwood Bumstead, died Thursday at his Manhattan home. He was 93 years old. His […]

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illycaffè – Worldwide Frieze Partner

A sensory experience at illy café designed to inspire visitors, artists and exhibitors over four days TRIESTE, Italy and LOS ANGELES, February 9, 2022 /PRNewswire/ — illycaffè, a worldwide partner of Frieze, will land in Los Angeles in the new location of the international art fair in beverly hillsfrom February 17-20where the new illycaffè art […]

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‘Washi Transformed’ at the Longmont Museum features 30 pieces by 9 Japanese artists

In 2016, the Longmont Museum highlighted the intricate and eye-catching work of international contemporary origami artists with the exhibition “Above The Fold” – curated by Los Angeles-based Japanese art historian Meher McArthur. The show, which featured 60 hand-folded koi fish, proved to be a favorite among visitors. “This exhibit was so beautiful and so popular […]

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ON EXHIBITION | A man – a woman Artist: Paul Whitehead / Trisha van Cleef – VC Reporter

ON THE PICTURE : Paul Whitehead (left) and his alter ego Trisha van Cleef with their respective illustrations. Submitted photo by Emily Dodi Over the years, much has been written about famous artist Paul Whitehead, known for his iconic album art as well as being the original artistic director of Free time magazine and the […]

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Things to do in the San Gabriel Valley, Whittier areas, January 8-15 – Pasadena Star News

Handicrafts will take center stage at the Pasadena Bead and Design Show January 7-9 at the Hilton Pasadena hotel. (Courtesy photo) Market, market: Stroll past the stalls and find fruits, vegetables, honey, herbs, loaves of bread and much more at the Alhambra Certified Farmers Market from 8:30 a.m. to 1 p.m. on Sunday January 9 […]

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Korean screen with royal ties finds new home in US

OSAKA – A 19th-century screen with ties to the Korean royal court has found a new home in New York City, after surviving Japanese colonial rule on the Korean Peninsula as well as the Korean War. The 10-panel screen, 4.91 meters wide and 2.14 meters high, was probably created by royal court craftsmen of the […]

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Every object was a canvas

Throughout his life, Virgil Abloh has been obsessed with the idea of ​​collaboration, and many of his partnership projects have been the cornerstones of hypebeast culture. This makes sense for an interdisciplinary artist who has refined the visions of other artists, including Kanye West and ASAP Rocky. As the founder and CEO of Off-White and, […]

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AFC North Recap: week 12 shows the haves and have-nots of the division

Week 10 of NFL football is behind us, and it’s been quite a week in the AFC North Division. That said, it’s time to see how the Baltimore Ravens, Pittsburgh Steelers, Cincinnati Bengals and Cleveland Browns have all fared over the week. Time to take a look … Cincinnati Bengals – 41Pittsburgh Steelers – 10 […]