The Vestry is Alma De Cuba’s new wedding and events space. I was lucky enough to be invited to their press night. As soon as I walked in I was blown away by how beautiful the decor was. As it’s located on the third floor, you’ll get the best views of Alma De Cuba’s famous […]
After being given the project brief, we were sorted into groups to work together to create a happening celebrating the Bauhaus. We were given two tasks to finish in the first stage, the first being a presentation of our research during the day and plans for the rest of the week. The other objective was […]
The University Week at the University of San Agustin is the most awaited event of every year! It is a time for students to enjoy and have their well-deserved fun away from stress from their studies. Here we go again as the festive aura envelopes the university as we celebrate this year’s U-Week 2019! This […]
And it’s Tiny Dancer, which I know you’ll all be delighted about, what with it being the BEST Elton John song. And it turns out that Egerton has got the Elton seal of approval as a singer of his tunes. Check it out below, along with the new poster. I’ve also added the original trailer […]
Explore these top spots for world-class dishes and tunes (Shutterstock) Whether you’re looking for food with side of fun or fun with a side of food, Dubai has something on offer for any and every kind of evening. Kudos to those taking Dubai Food Festival (DFF) as an excuse to munch their way through the […]
Naama Tsabar, the death of Castro, and Rem Koolhaas’s new ‘hub for the cultural elites’ This article was first published in frieze online As Miami was gearing up for this year’s grand carnival, Art Basel the plethora of events that surround it, something happened. In a sudden turn of events, this year’s party started a […]
The Strongman and The Mermaid by Kathleen Shoop is a historical fiction. The book is based on the lives of the parents of Stan Musial, the Baseball Star. This is a story of romance and struggle that would remain with the readers for a long time to come.
There are websites which have useful information and ‘C’ chord is played, you can refer to the image of this article. Some of the Easiest Instruments to Learn for Adults Percussion Instruments Djembe Drums are two really good ones and they do have a pleasurable tone. The A Chord: Your computer middle finger, ring finger, […]
Don Quixote Royal Opera House Wednesday, 20th February 2019 Don Quixote – 02/20/2019 Kitri: Marianela Nunez Basilio: Vadim Muntagirov Espada: Ryoichi Hirano Mercedes: Laura Morera Queen of the Dryads: Claire Calvert Amor: Anna Rose O’Sullivan Kitri’s friends: Beatriz Stix-Brunell, Yuhui Choe It was fireworks all over the stage as a feisty Nela […]
Since first bursting onto the scene in 2016, BLACKPINK redefined the possibilities of K-Pop, transcending all categorization and ascending to global stardom. With their incredibly catchy single, ‘Ddu-Du Ddu-Du’, the South Korean quartet shattered the record for the highest-charting Billboard Hot 100 debut by an all-female K-Pop act, while the song’s head-turning video surpassed 10 million views in just six hours, and amassed 36.2 million views in one day.
Although she became one of the most famous prima ballerinas in America, Maria Tallchief was a young girl much like many other young girls her age. She loved horses and exploring the wide, open spaces of nature. She was born in Oklahoma, the daughter of a Native American Indian Chief of the Osage Nation. Her […]
I just got in touch with Vic and Anita about taking more photos of them. I gave Vic photographs to write on last year but she hasn’t gotten around to it. I asked her if she could have them ready for me soon as I need to send them off. I don’t want to put […]
“A beautiful thing never gives so much pain as does failing to hear and see it.” Michelangelo “A great sculpture can roll down a hill without breaking” Michelangelo “A line is a dot that went for a walk.” Paul Klee. ” Michelangelo” A man paints with his brains and not with his hands.
By Megan Anderson Book Now Danish dancer and choreographer Harald Lander (1905–71) created more than 30 ballets during his career, including his most enduring work—Etudes –and was artistic director of the Royal Danish Ballet for almost two decades. Lander was a true product of the Danish ballet tradition. Lander trained at the Royal […]