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Oakland artist Leo Carson works on a new and larger sculpture of Breonna Taylor after one that he installed in Latham Square in 2020 was vandalized and then disappeared.
A ceramic bust of Breonna Taylor was vandalized in
Auctioneer Bill Gratz, a former state legislator, takes bids Friday on stone salvaged from the Missouri Capitol Building during a recent exterior renovation (Rudi Keller/Missouri Independent).
On Friday morning, stones quarried more than 100 years ago performed one last service for Miss
Though it never closed, the Park Lane on Central Park South feels like a whole new hotel after a massive redesign in 2021.
Check into one of these new spots near Central Park, over in Brooklyn, and yes, even on Roosevelt Island.
D espite the pandemic, more than two dozen new hotels
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My Time at Sandrock has a lot of items builders can use to make their machines, and some of the early machines and craftable items require quartz to make them. The game doesn’t do a fantastic job of telling players how to find quartz besides wh
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The traveler within you must be squirming and wiggling every now and then to break off and set out to travel the world. Hold your breaks, and wait till you visit these marvels in India first.
Clark Art Institute presents Rodin exhibit this summer
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June is upon us and there’s lots to talk about and do across the state, from seeing ancient Roman art to finding Aunt Rosie’s missing teeth.
This old head. It’s not often that a purchase at a Goodwill store turns out to be a rare work of art, but when it does it is big news.
A marble bust that a Texas woman bought for about $35 from a Goodwill store is temporarily on display at a San Antonio museum after experts determined it was a centuries-old sculpture missing from Germany since World War II. The Associated Press reports: https://t.co/WC2aJIJ7aG— sno
A-frames, modern escapes, treehouses, and other iconic PNW cabins from the evergreen mountains to the shining sea
Go ahead and let everyone else think it rains all the time in the Pacific Northwest. It does rain there, but that’s what rain jackets are for. Besides, you’