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Landlords expunge the disfavored four-letter word from shopping centers in favor of Town Centers, Shoppes and Promenades Jan.ET At Ballston Quarter in Virginia, shoppers will soon be able to find everything from Adidas sneakers to zinc lozenges amid 360,000 square feet of retail space spread over three levels.
My Lego models are covered in dust and I can't find a great technique to clean them correctly.I'd like to be able to clean them of dust without breaking them apart.
They are placed alphabetically by artist on around 10 shelves (shelves are vertically aligned one above the other, and are bounded on the sides).The next CD is to the right of it.
Arthur Becker’s collection of 8th- and 9th-century pottery began by chance.“I was in Kyoto with my daughter after she graduated from college 1½ years ago,” says Mr.
It might seem bizarrely early to think about the holidays, but designer Carolina Herrera—who’s about to launch a special, 30-piece collection of festive wear—thinks America particularly needs diversion this year.“I’m in the mood for fun,” explained Ms.
‘Posing for the Camera: Gifts From Robert B. Menschel’ Review: Portrait of a Collector and Collection
Exhibiting works from a major donation, the National Gallery of Art features big names—Thomas Eakins, Man Ray, Cindy Sherman and more—and atypical prints with a focus on the art of portraiture.ET Washington Designing exhibitions of gifts from donors can be among the happier tasks for a museum curator.
In a room attached to the Gilbert collection is a reproduction of Sir Arthur Gilbert's study in Beverly Hills, with a life-size waxwork of Gilbert, wearing tennis clothes and holding a large white telephone.Malcolm Muggeridge described failure in politics as casting a retrospective gloom - like adultery, I think he added - and I found myself feeling retrospectively gloomy about the Gilbert collection.
99, pp642 The earliest stories in this collection are built around the observations of a detached, rather aloof young man in St Petersburg, Berlin and London.This volume is a display case for these epiphanies.
A campaign is under way in France to prevent Andre Breton's extraordinary collection of works of art, books, objects and various memorabilia going under the auctioneers' hammer in April.More than 2,000 people have already signed a petition, organised by writers Mathieu Benezet, Francois Bon and Laurent Margantin, to block the planned auction of Breton's collection and prevent it from being broken up.
After two weeks of turbulent auctions - inevitably described as surrealist - the sale of André Breton's personal art collection has fetched €46m (£31.Since the poet's death in 1966, at the age of 70, the flat has been preserved along with thousands of artworks, photographs, a collection of primitive art and personal souvenirs.
At New York fashion week, Saturday night is always hip-hop night.Sometimes P Diddy decides to hold one of his Sean John clothing extravaganzas, which tend to be entertaining for all the wrong reasons.
· The library of Oxford Brookes University is now the permanent home of the Booker prize archive, which encompasses the entire administrative history of the prize from its inception in 1969 (when it was won by PH Newby) to the present (Congratulations, DBC Pierre).· The Erlangen Theatre in Germany has come under fire for planning to produce Die Wölfe (The Wolves), a 1943 play by Hans Rehberg (1901-63).
The British Library has acquired an archive of 450 items relating to Ted Hughes's creative relationship with American artist Leonard Baskin.The archive contains private correspondence between the former poet laureate and Baskin whose collaboration began in 1958, when Hughes accepted a teaching post in Massachusets, and lasted until Hughes's death in 1998.