Morden photographer’s decades-old negatives developed and displayed at Manitoba Museum

Morden photographer’s decades-old negatives developed and displayed at Manitoba Museum

Sometime in the mid 1970s, Celia Rabinovitch’s father, Milton, presented her with a wooden box. Event Preview Click to Expand The Lost Expressionist – Nick Yudell, a Photographer Discovered● Manitoba Museum, Discovery Room, 190 Rupert Ave.● Thursday through Sunday, 11 am – 5 pm through Aug. 1 “These were Nick’s,” he said at the time. … Read more

Pittsburgh celebrates Juneteenth with community, music, food, and more

click to enlarge CP Photo: Dontae Washington Participants from Pittsburgh nonprofit Lift Every Voice get ready to march in The Western Pennsylvania Juneteenth Homecoming Celebration parade on Sat., June 18, 2022 Pittsburghers are celebrating Juneteenth with three days of free events open to the public in honor of the federal holiday commemorating the emancipation of … Read more

“Black people are going to eat dinner at the movies” – How Magic Johnson’s market awareness propelled his Starbucks and theater businesses – Basketball Network

A good chunk of Johnson’s business portfolio is a chain of first-rate movie theaters in urban communities — Magic’s market of choice © Kyle Terada-USA TODAY Sports Magic Johnson didn’t become a successful business magnate simply by capitalizing on his stature as a basketball icon and the fortune that came along with it. Instead, Johnson, … Read more

Rolling Stones Unzipped exhibition should provide fans with a degree of Satisfaction

The Rolling Stones have gone from the bad boys of rock ‘n’ roll to classic rock’s poster geezers. Visitors to Unzipped, a dazzling new exhibition about the band that opens today at the new Expo Live! venue at Portage Place, can follow Mick and the boys on their 60-year musical journey and view decades of … Read more

Los Altos Celebrates 65 Years of Helping Children in Need – Pasadena Now

“Los Altos Officers and New Members” Left to Right: Back row: Alison Weir, Kelly Springer, Debbie Jaocobs, Darline Larin, Debbie McCoy, Joy Young, Cindy Bengtson, Diane Moldafsky, Julie McCarty, McNally Segal, Linda Yaussi. Front row: Susie Zadravecz, Lorraine Paulson, Kelly Williams, Hilary Gregg, Laurie Rodli, Andi Sica and Susan Dodge. Not pictured: Gayle Penrod, Carol … Read more

Erode’s Texvalley transforms into South India’s first destination mall, opening new vistas for trade, shopping, and entertainment

Texvalley, a trailblazing B2B hub for the textile industry, located at a sprawling 20 lakh sq.ft area in Erode, Tamil Nadu, is all set to metamorphose into South India’s first ‘destination mall’ of its kind, housing both B2B as well as B2C business across segments, besides food, entertainment, and other lifestyle outlets. Fully exploiting the … Read more

School musical explores Cree language through stories and song

Cree elder Winston Wuttunee took out his drum and invited more than 50 new friends, nearly all of whom were sitting cross-legged on the gymnasium floor of their Winnipeg elementary school on Monday afternoon, to sing the alphabet in his mother tongue. “Now I know my ABCs. Next time won’t you sing in Cree!” he … Read more

New Civil War & Reconstruction History Center will offer education through powerful stories

The reality that Fayetteville and the state of North Carolina will soon have a world-class history education facility nestled atop the city’s historic Arsenal Avenue is becoming more concrete as the civic organization behind the will effort hold its third and final ground-breaking ceremony on June 2. A panel of Civil War & Reconstruction History … Read more

Matt Barnes calls Patrick Beverly a clown for the Chris Paul slander: “You’re not that guy” – Basketball Network

Patrick Beverly, Chris Paul, and Matt Barnes © Kelley L Cox-USA TODAY Sports © Nick Wosika-USA TODAY Sports Patrick Beverly and his Wolves might be out of the playoffs, but the loudmouth guard made sure to keep his name in the headlines. Beverly made a few appearances on ESPN yesterday and went in on Chris … Read more

Titans’ Kyle Philips ‘was the best player’ on Day 1 of rookie minicamp

For the first time since being drafted, the Tennessee Titans’ 2022 NFL draft class took the practice field on Friday for Day 1 of rookie minicamp, and while one rookie receiver made headlines for all the wrong reasons, a different one was dubbed “the best player” on the field. As first-round pick Treylon Burks looked … Read more