Monthly Archives: November 2021

Pittsburgh Pet of the Week: Yin

This five year old Mastiff is looking for his forever home. Make an appointment to meet her at Animal Friends. Elevate: Mastiff | Sex: FemaleAge: 5.8 years | Weight: 104 poundsArrival: 23 Aug 2021 This nice girl came to us through our Humanitarian Investigation Department. When Yin arrived, she was severely emaciated. Thanks to the care and dedication of our ...

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Original Beauty & the Beast Star says Belle paved the way for Mulan

Beauty and the Beast star Paige O’Hara claims Mulan wouldn’t exist without Belle, although Mulan predates the original fairy tale by a millennium. The beauty and the Beast The star, Paige O’Hara, says the film’s heroine, Belle, paved the way for future female protagonists in Disney animated films such as Mulan. Disney’s point of view The beauty and the Beast, ...

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Frederik Meijer Gardens & Sculpture Park unveils new visitor center featuring acclaimed ‘Crown Fountain’ artist – his largest interior work to date

Click to enlarge Photo by Laura Medina “Utopia” by Jaume Plensa has been specially commissioned for the new visitor center in the gardens and sculpture park Frederik Meijer. Good things come in small packages, but in the case of a work soon to be unveiled by one of the most important living artists, the good things come in 19-foot-tall portraits ...

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Olivia Colman, “Paysagistes” star: “It’s fascinating!”

Landscapers tells the remarkable true story of one of the strangest crimes in British history. The four-part series, which airs in December on HBO in the US and Sky Atlantic in the UK, sees that of the crown Olivia Colman as Susan Edwards, who, in 2014, along with her husband Christopher, played by Harry potter star David Thewlis, was convicted ...

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Spreading light in the illumination of the Menorah on Boston Common

“It’s really nice to be a part of the Boston community and the Jewish community that are all dating, especially during the pandemic when it’s so hard to get a group together and celebrate,” Braun said. On Hanukkah, the number of confirmed COVID cases in Massachusetts increased: 5,369 new cases on the first night. The Boston Common 2020 menorah lighting ...

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The Millennium Video Game Match

The King of Fighters XV and Ubisoft Brawlhalla x Steet Fighter crossing are ready to breathe new life into their respective franchises by awakening a streak as competitive as they are nostalgic. SNK and Capcom are widely regarded as major contributions to the evolution of the fighting game. Throughout history, due to the growing trend of crossover events, their legacies ...

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Utopia and Uvalde groups need sponsors to honor veterans

Groups in Uvalde and Utopia are mobilizing community support to ensure that veterans buried in area cemeteries are commemorated and celebrated this holiday season. Each $ 15 donation, which covers a wreath, will help ensure that the approximately 600 veterans at Hillcrest Cemetery in Uvalde and many others buried in Utopia and Vanderpool cemeteries are recognized at the National Wreaths ...

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10 best TV shows currently airing, according to IMDb

From the moment HBO started producing its own original content, television entered a golden age and has improved since then. Over the past three decades, television has grown from a poor imitation of cinema to showing cinematic quality series with such regularity that it has become the norm. RELATED: 10 HBO Shows That Could Get An Origin Movie From Many ...

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Today’s Gospel in Art: First Sunday of Advent

Specter, Photo by Dylan Arnold, 2017 © Dylan Arnold Photography Source: Christian art Gospel of November 28, 2021 – Luke 21: 25-28,34-36Jesus said to his disciples: “There will be signs in the sun, moon, and stars; on the land of nations in agony, stunned by the clamor of the ocean and its waves; men dying of fear while waiting for ...

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How the sport and spectacle combination of professional wrestling won me over (and helped me understand America) -Entertainment News, Firstpost

At the turn of the millennium, when most Indian homes like ours didn’t have internet access, it was wrestling that helped me figure out what America was thinking every week. When the going gets tough, we turn to our favorite guilty pleasures. But when it comes to entertainment, is there even guilt in what makes you happy? In our new ...

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