Monthly Archives: January 2022

Art and Music Everywhere – Singer Suzzonn

The first article today is the interview with singer Suzzonn – Art and Music Prevalent Everywhere – Singer Suzzonn. Here the singer talks about his early days in music and various other things close to his heart, including the fact that music is universal and not limited to particular regions. …

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The Do Makeup Drops Teaser Video for the Shein clothing collection

El Paso’s social media influence superstar Les Do Makeup continues to make money. As 2022 kicks off, so does the launch of Les’s own clothing collection with Shein. With multiple looks, you know El Pasoans is going to panic because of them. After watching this teaser video, you know you …

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Oportun 2022 personal loan review – Forbes Advisor

Personal loan applications are approved or denied based on a number of factors. All lenders have their own underwriting requirements, but these usually include information from the applicant’s credit profile and other factors demonstrating the ability to repay the loan, such as income. Meeting the requirements below does not guarantee …

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How to Host a Wedding Reception the Right Way – The Art of Talking

Embed code: YouTube Wade Paterson A little over a year ago, I started a YouTube channel and started creating video content to help people become more impactful communicators. Some of my videos have less than 10 views, others a few hundred views, but my most watched video to date (just …

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BBC Antiques Road Trip: Izzie Balmer’s Off-Camera Life of Very Private Love Life, Amazing Hidden Talent, and Most Expensive Sale

Any daytime TV fan will know the name of Izzie Balmer – Izzie has been a regular expert on the iconic BBC show Antiques Road Trip for several years. The 32-year-old antique expert and auctioneer has put his skills and expertise to good use on our screens, and has also …

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Art students at Lycée Galion benefit from new experiences

Galion High School art students, left to right, Caleb Martin, Julia Aumend, Hudson Miller, Andy Sparks, Brooke Kelly and Ashley Dyer pose with the finished mural on a snow slide from the Ohio Department of Transportation, as part of the “Paint the Tillage” ODOT program. Schools of the city of …

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BBC Antiques Roadshow guest speechless over the true value of Beatles memorabilia

A principal had Beatles memorabilia at his school valued between £ 50,000 and £ 100,000. In a classic episode of the BBC’s Antiquities Roadshow, principal Anthony Wallersteiner of Stowe School – a £ 12,000-per-term Buckinghamshire public school – spoke about the collection to antiques expert Paul Atterbury. The collection includes …

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Junji Ito rings in the New Year with twisted new art

Junji Ito’s work as a manga artist has produced some of the scariest stories published in the fiction world, with the mangaka featuring terrifying creatures and storylines that have caused many nightmares over the decades. Now, to help celebrate the New Year and celebrate “the year of the tiger” according …

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Antiquities Roadshow guest stunned by Georgian necklace rating | Television and radio | Show biz & TV

Antiques Roadshow host Fiona Bruce took BBC viewers on a festive journey on the iconic program’s Christmas special. The show featured updates on items seen on previous tours and unseen treasures from memorable episodes, including two guests who were surprised at the enormous value of their jewelry. Expert John Benjamin …

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Australian proxy cull is a wolf in sheep’s clothing

MELBOURNE, Jan. 7 (Reuters Breakingviews) – Australian businesses have received more protection against cranky investors. Just before Christmas, the federal government imposed new rules on companies like Glass Lewis and the Australian Council of Superannuation Investors which offer voting advice to shareholders. At first glance, they seem to improve transparency. …

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