Hyping Biden’s climate victory

By Leslie Kaufman “The storms are stronger. The fires are bigger. We are facing a climate emergency,” intones a voice as images of catastrophe flash on screen. But then a reprieve: “And after decades of inaction, a president is finally doing something to fight it.” So begins a 30-second ad, part of a national…

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Finland’s Sanna Marin faces backlash after leaked video

Sanna Marin brushed back a call for her to take a drug test and said that she had ‘nothing to conceal or hide.’ Of all the EU leaders to party with, you’d probably have the most fun with Finland’s Prime Minister Sanna Marin. Finnish newspaper Iltalehti reported Wednesday that, in new videos…

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Platon Launch on NFT Art

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We were immediately excited when we saw that one of the best favorite photographers of all time, Platon is doing an NFT drop Sunday, June 6 at 7pm Central Time. Platon is presenting his first series of I love you, I hate you. Described as a historic and monumental collection featuring the…

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‘NFT’ wave / Pablo Picasso, meet Crypto

Heirs of Pablo Picasso the famed 20th-century Spanish artist, are vaulting into 21st-century commerce by selling 1,010 digital art pieces of one of his ceramic works that has never before been seen publicly — riding a fad for “crypto” assets that have taken the art and financial worlds by storm. For an exclusive interview before…

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Rona Castrioti: I see music as a way to ‘paint time’ with the expressions of wordless emotion.

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Rona Castrioti British Born Kosovar of Greek-Italian & Albanian descent. London, England. Resides between London, Kosovo and Budapest. Modern Classical & Film Score Composer. Storyteller. Known for her Versatility with Scores ranging from Jazz, to Electronica, Ambient and Classical. Personal works inspired by the Baroque, Romantic and Gothic era. Film score…

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