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Peter Reginato- The Unexpected

Is there a better image of the Manhattan iconic art scene than the artist loft?  The clean lines, solid backgrounds and targeted lighting are hard to beat.  That imagery says “art” to even the most untrained eye- we expect it. The exciting part is the “Unexpected”.  The original work by a master that puts the […]

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‘Philosophy is an Art of Living Together’ on World Philosophy Day

New York, N.Y. Marking World Philosophy Day, the United Nations Educational, Scientific and Cultural Organization (UNESCO) is encouraging people of the world to share their philosophical heritages and “dare to open spaces for free, open and tolerant thinking.” Sculpture “The Thinker” by Auguste Rodin. World Philosophy Day takes place every November. Photo: Hans Andersen. The […]

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Fountain House Gallery Presents “Small Works: $100 & Under”

New York, N.Y. Fountain House Gallery, located at 702 Ninth Avenue and representing artists living with mental illness, announces the upcoming show “Small Works: $100 & Under.” The exhibition will open with a Reception on October 27, 2016, from 6:00 p.m. to 8:00 p.m., and will remain on view through December 22, 2016. On view: October […]

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Tadeusz Sudol: Connected to Two Worlds – New York and Old Europe

New York, N.Y. Every day, when Tadeusz (Tad) Sudol, Ph.D. makes the crossing from Manhattan to Roosevelt Island — the “small town” of 14,000 in New York’s East River — he is reminded of another crossing he made, 28 years ago. In 1988, Peter Marcuse, a professor of urban planning at Columbia University, met him […]

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Pursuit of Happiness: Brazilian Painter Fer Caggiano

New York, N.Y. Fer Caggiano was nominated as a Soho International Artist of the year in 2003. Although she was a student at the Art Students League at that time, she was invited to present her work at the prestigious Agora Gallery in New York City. Her artistic talent and creative paintings were already on […]

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Stephen Burlingham Going Beyond Art for Youth with Cancer

New York, N.Y. Cancer. The word that terrifies us, at any age. But when a young person is struck by it, it seems all the more tragic. To help cope with this harsh reality, Roger Daltrey and Pete Townshend of The Who joined together to form WHO Cares and created The Lounge at Memorial Sloan […]

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Hellenic Education Continues Thanks to The Orpheus Luxury Collection

New York, N.Y.  In synchrony with their philosophy of “indulging in the finer things in life for a deep appreciation of humanity and nature,” The Orpheus Luxury Collection proudly hosted a fundraiser to benefit the Hellenic Education & Language Program (H.E.L.P.) recently in Astoria, Queens as part of its Philanthropy Through Travel Initiative.  The children and the mothers of H.E.L.P. […]

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America’s Quintessential Storyteller, Garrison Keillor, Signs Off

St. Paul, Minn. On the very last performance of “A Prairie Home Companion,” Garrison Keillor’s long-running public radio variety show famous for its tales from the fictitious Lake Wobegone, Minnesota, President Barack Obama phoned in.                                             […]

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