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Ginsburg tea set, his coat, and other items raise $800,000 for the opera

Washington (AFP) – Judge Ruth Bader Ginsburg’s silver tea set went to a family with a 5-year-old daughter who was once Ginsburg on Halloween. Awarded the Ginsburg Medal when inducted into the National Women’s Hall of Fame, it goes to a family who recently bid for reproductive rights. A drawing of her hung in her …

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Sudan: Electric Tuk Tuk as a Solution for Sustainable Mobility

The tuk-tuk, the preferred mode of transportation in Khartoum, the Sudanese capital, is being reinvented thanks to electric and solar power. With renewable resources, Mohamed Samir’s factory and its workers are providing the country with the opportunity to move forward at the same pace as the rest of the world in terms of sustainable mobility. …

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MACAU DAILY TIMES Macau Daily Times »Classics with a twist

sFamous for its gastronomy, Lai Heen’s meticulously curated tasting trip enables it to take its place in the most prestigious awards for six consecutive years between 2017 and 2022, including the one-star establishment from the MICHELIN Hong Kong and Macau Guide, as well as the The best restaurants of T.Dining Hong Kong and Macau. Located …

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Visionary mid-century ceramist Edith Heath’s timeless tableware still being served

One of the hallmarks of Heath’s pieces is that they are beautiful everyday objects that look handmade even though they were produced in a factory. “She believed there could be bad designs for handmade objects and beautiful and functional design for machine-made objects,” Johnson said. By the late 1940s, she had opened Heath Ceramics in …

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A Novel Winter Show Pulls Out All The Stops

The show’s unconventional floor plan offered arresting views from every direction. From left, American paintings at Thomas Colville Fine Art, vintage wallpaper at Carolle Thibaut-Pomerantz and antique carpets and tapestries at Keshishian. Review and Photos by Antiques and The Arts Weekly Laura Beach NEW YORK CITY – The Winter Show. In Spring? And that was …

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Nampeyo & The Sikyátki Revival At The De Young Museum, San Francisco

Installation view of “Nampeyo and the Sikyátki Revival,” de Young Museum, San Francisco, 2021. Randy Dodson photo ©Fine Arts Museums of San Francisco. By Karla Klein Albertson SAN FRANCISCO – Drawing on its extensive permanent collection, the de Young museum in San Francisco has mounted an exhibition focused on the work of Nampeyo (circa 1860-1942). …

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