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Writer E.A. Channon Will Appear at WizardWorld Philadelphia Comic Con & Gaming for Book Signing


Author E.A. Channon will be attending WizardWorld Philadelphia Comic Con and Gaming from June 2 through June 5, 2016 to greet fans, sign books and discuss the newest addition to the series, scheduled for release in the fall of 2016. The Flesh of the Blood series has gained great popularity, with elves, magicians and dwarves engaging in battles between good and evil in every book. The Scottish bagpiper-turned-author will be attending WizardWorld Philadelphia Comic Con and Gaming from June 2 through June 5, 2016 to greet fans, sign books and d... Read More »

BMW again partner of the 9th Berlin Biennale for Contemporary Art from June 4 to September 18. BMW Art Car artist Cao Fei among this year’s participants.


From June 4 to September 18, 2016, Berlin Biennale will again present Germany’s capital with international works of contemporary art – and BMW will once more support the exhibition as partner. Curated by the New York-based artist collective DIS, this year’s artistic programme will seek to materialize the paradoxes that increasingly make up the world in 2016: amongst others the virtual as the real, nations as brands, people as data, culture as capital, and wellness as politics. In the upcoming months, more than 150 international artists and memb... Read More »

New Rehearsal Application Revolutionizes Play Development


The latest version of the Scriptopia rehearsal app is being used by Director Wes Gratom in the production of Lone Star Spirits. Artists say they have more time to be creative and collaborative, resulting in a better experience for the audience. New York, NY - Scriptopia today announced availability of the latest release of its online rehearsal application, version 2.0. The software is used by theater groups to increase collaboration and creativity during play readings and rehearsals. Version 2.0 is available immediately and offers new featur... Read More »

Rijksmuseum welcomes Rembrandt wedding couple on Saturday 2 July


Early this year the two Rembrandt portraits were bought together by the Netherlands and France, a unique event. From 2 July to 2 October 2016 Marten & Oopjen will have a place of honour alongside The Night Watch. The paintings will then be restored at the Rijksmuseum. Rembrandt painted the marriage portraits of the newly-weds Marten Soolmans and Oopjen Coppit in Amsterdam in 1634, when he was twenty-eight. The portraits, more than two metres high, remained in private hands for almost four centuries. Wim Pijbes, General Director Rijksmuse... Read More »

Author Shirley Pieters Vogel Releases Heartwarming New Children’s Book – Petunia the Unlikely Little Church Dog


Shirley Pieters Vogel, a retired RN turned author, has just released a book that children will cherish, Petunia the Unlikely Little Church Dog. Cape Cod, Mass. - So many happy childhood stories involve a dog. Author Shirley Pieters Vogel who recently met "Petunia" a rescue dog, has woven her experiences into her newest book, Petunia the Unlikely Little Church Dog. Kids will love the way this needy and scared puppy not only finds a loving home, but also a church family who adores her. The following endorsements speak to how special this bo... Read More »

Rolling Stones’ Shocking Snub of Trump Prompts Indie Country Star to Respond


After learning the Rolling' Stones asked Donald Trump to not play any of their music at his campaign events, Indie country star Luanne Hunt offers the candidate an original tune to use, free of charge. The song is titled "The Last of the Brave Ones" and Hunt says it is a fitting tribute to Trump, pointing out his bravery and other unique attributes. Shocked upon hearing that the Rolling Stones asked Donald Trump to stop using their songs at his campaign events, independent country music star Luanne Hunt announced today the candidate is welco... Read More »

Art & Meditation Workshops with Chad Love Lieberman


Dr. Chad Love Lieberman explains the fundamental aspects of his periodic workshops for therapists and enthusiast. Mr. Chad "Love" Lieberman is a renowned art therapist who has been practicing art therapy for more than 20 years. He recently convened a session to announce that he will be offering art and meditation workshops wherein interested attendees could learn how to leverage art therapies for personal growth as well as to deal with any other inner conflicts that affect their quality of life. "Our aim as a practice through these worksh... Read More »

Japan is making a Ferris wheel that will dwarf the London eye


Across the seas, in Asia, Japan is in the news today for its tallest yet Ferris wheel – Redhorse Osaka Wheel, which will also be the fifth tallest in the world. At 405 ft high, it will be three times the height of the London Eye! Plenty of surprises in this one, though – the main being its 72 passenger cabins with transparent, glass floors. The Ferris wheel will be set up in Osaka’s Expocity, the Expo 70 Commemorative Park which will start this July. Japan is no stranger to Ferris wheels. They already have 10 of the world’s 31 tallest. While... Read More »

The 55th digital edition of EYES IN Magazine features the World’s Most Innovative Creators

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EYES IN™ Magazine has released the interactive 55th digital edition of EYES IN™ Magazine, which explores the innovation from leaders in the fields of design, technology, film, culture and science. The 55th digital edition of EYES IN™ Magazine explores the innovation from leaders in the fields of technology, science, design, culture and film. The 55th digital edition of EYES IN™ Magazine explores the furniture designs of the talented Stelios Mousarris; the work of director Rick Smolan, and the use of virtual reality in the surgical room with ... Read More »

A chair made from an actual Boeing 737 engine


The brainchild of UK-based furniture design company, Fallen Furniture, the once-engine has been given a major facelift that makes it look both inviting and comfortable, rather than intimidating, loud and made-to-shred. boeing-737-jet-engine-chair-cowling-fallen-furniture-6a The engine from which it is fashioned belongs to the Boeing 737 (hence the name). The outer body comprises of a polished aluminum swiveling base and a black-leather upholstered interior. The website that has it up for sale doesn’t mention a price explicitly. But that ... Read More »

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