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Photographer Kathy Gamble Walkley to Exhibit New Water-Themed Images November 12th at Guy Lyman Fine Art


Opening and party scheduled to unveil artist's recent work, entitled "Water Dance." Guy Lyman Fine Art today announced that the latest work of New Orleans photographer Kathy Gamble Walkley will be unveiled at an opening on Saturday November 12, 2016, from 6 - 9 p.m. The gallery is located at 3645 Magazine Street in New Orleans. The series of semi-abstract images, entitled "Water Dance," center around colors and objects reflected on the surface of water, and were shot primarily on the Tchefuncte River and other local bodies of water follow... Read More »

Green Ivy Publishing is thrilled to announce an insightful new publication for the recovering community, Things My Sponsor Said, by Buzz H.


No one knows the challenges and rewards of a 12-step recovery program better than those intimately involved in the struggle. Things My Sponsor Said is an insightful look at recovery and illustrates first hand the connection between two men as one help the other meet the challenges of a life of sobriety. Green Ivy Publishing - Chicago, IL - Green Ivy Publishing is pleased to announce the release of Things My Sponsor Said, a compilation of vignettes from the relationship of Buzz H. and his sponsor, Marvin R., as they share the experiences, str... Read More »

Cast a spell with Google and Warner Bros. Pictures


You can also explore the world of “Fantastic Beasts and Where to Find Them” with Google Street View. Visit New York in 1926 as brought to life in the film, as well as the real locations today. Fans can visit MACUSA (Magical Congress of the USA); Steen National Bank, where Newt first meets Jacob Kowalski; the underground speakeasy The Blind Pig; and the magical apartment of Tina and Queenie Goldstein, two of the film’s key characters. Once you’ve mastered charms and found the lay of the land, help Newt find his escaped beasts before they come... Read More »

In his novel, Question Everything…Then Dig Deeper, author John Andes has created a fictional tale that rings almost too close to reality


With the background of jihadist terrorism during a Presidential election year, FBI analysts unearth a political conspiracy that could rock the country as a whole. Simultaneously, Senior Analyst David Drummer is thrust into the cover up of a Bureau sex scandal. Caught up in a web of deceit and scandal, Drummer tries to find the truth, while not destroying his career in the process. "I don't know. I'm not sure. I'm confused. I think they think they bought my loyalty. I think they don't know what I found." During the Spring before a Presiden... Read More »

BMW once again partner of European Outdoor Film Tour 2016. World premiere at BMW Welt with seven inspiring and authentic documentaries from the fascinating world of outdoor sports


From Myanmar through the Swiss Alps to the northernmost tip of Canada in just 120 minutes: This year’s European Outdoor Film Tour (E.O.F.T.) got underway at BMW Welt. Around 600 guests were invited to enjoy a hugely varied journey through the world of outdoor sports. The current programme will tour 15 European countries between October 2016 and February 2017, presenting a total of seven fascinating documentary films, which can only be viewed in this form on the big screen at the E.O.F.T. BMW is once again the project’s committed mobility partne... Read More »

Tragic Loss Inspires a Transformational, Intentional Journey to Greater Fulfillment in New Novel The Refuge


The compelling story by Heidi Martin thrills the heart, engages the spirit and helps to unravel the timeless mysteries of life. Marshfield, Mass. In an era when readers everywhere are struggling to find answers to life's most vexing questions, Heidi Martin leads readers on a page-turning quest for deeper truth and meaning. In her new novel, The Refuge, the characters grapple with career success, personal tragedy, unfulfilled ambition, a broken home, alcoholism and the life-altering beauty and ancient mystical power of spiritual self-discover... Read More »

BMW Art Talk held at Soho House on the occasion of the fourth edition of BMW Art Guide by Independent Collectors. BMW as partner of Frieze London to present Art Talk about Esther Mahlangu and South African art


From October 6 to 9, 2016, Frieze London will open its doors in Regent’s Park for the 14th time. The main section of the fair will be host to 179 international galleries staging solo and group exhibitions of contemporary artists. To mark the opening of the art fair and the fourth edition of the BMW Art Guide by Independent Collectors, BMW will co-host an Art Talk on October 4 with Soho House at Shoreditch House in East London, featuring Beth Greenacre (curator of the David Bowie Collection), David Roberts (founder of the David Roberts Arts Foun... Read More »

A Sogetsu ikebana-jubilee exhibition with the Japanese master and artist Eikou Sumura in Roosendaal


The Sogetsu Branch Nederland organises, in cooperation with Sogetsu Azalea Study Group Belgium, a jubilee exhibition. By means of this exhibition, both organisations celebrate their 35th and 25th anniversary. This exhibition will take place during the 1st and 2nd of October 2016 in Roosendaal. Eikou Sumura, a Japanese Sogetsu ikebana master instructor, will visit The Netherlands to participate in this special event. During this weekend, ikebana installations of widely varying sizes will be visible in the gallery of 1150 square meters. Altog... Read More »

BMW Films returns with “The Escape”. Tribute film with Clive Owen and Dakota Fanning premieres on on 23 October


The new short film “The Escape”, featuring Clive Owen, Dakota Fanning, Jon Bernthal and Vera Farmiga, will premiere on on 23 October. The film continues in the tradition of “The Hire”, a series of unique short films released between 2001 and 2002 that created a stir on the international marketing scene and beyond: The eight films, aired in two seasons, realised a totally new approach. David Fincher, who was already well-known as the director of films such as “The Game” with Michael Douglas and “Fight Club” with Brad Pitt, execut... Read More »

2016 Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist Dwight Icenhower Receives $20,000 in Prize Money and the Honor of Being Named the Ultimate Elvis


The Public can see Icenhower Perform at upcoming Elvis Festivals around the country. Memphis, Tenn. - The competition was fierce and the costumes were elaborate when Elvis Tribute Artists battled it out to see who was best in the world. In the end, Dwight Icenhower was crowned the 2016 Ultimate Elvis Tribute Artist. After years of hard work and dedication, Icenhower's passion for both Elvis and performing delights and entertains audiences. "It's quite an honor," Icenhower said of winning the Ultimate Elvis competition. "I've been trying t... Read More »

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