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New German museum celebrates 100 years of Bauhaus

New German museum celebrates 100 years of Bauhaus

When the Bauhaus arrived in Dessau in 1925, it sent shock waves through the provincial eastern German city. The pioneering and socially engaged art and design school may have been founded in Weimar (a city about 130 kilometres south-west of Dessau) in 1919, but it flourished once it moved to ...

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New York Ski Report for January 19, 2020

New York Ski Report for January 19, 2020

Ski Conditions For Sunday January 19th 2020 Ski Area Report Updated New Snow(24 Hrs) New Snow(5 Days) Surface Base Depth(Lo-High) Slopes Open(Day-Night) Lifts Open(Day-Night) Hours Belleayre Mt.1/18/2020 at 9:04:02 PM22MG – LG6 – 2027 – 08 – 09:00AM / 4:00PM Events: Terrain Park Open 9:00 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. 1.18 – ...

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View announces upcoming exhibits

View announces upcoming exhibits

OLD FORGE — View, center for arts and culture, will kick-off the new year with four new art exhibits: • “Recycling Nature: Revitalizing The Handmade Tradition” by Rachel Singel. This exhibit is on display now through May 2. Rachel Singel is an Assistant Professor at the University of Louisville. She ...

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Hudson Yards haters have lost their minds — over a fake wall

Hudson Yards haters have lost their minds — over a fake wall

Absent any sensible reason to condemn Hudson Yards, the vast project’s innumerable detractors came up with a laughably hypothetical one this past week. The idea was that the developer, Related, might one day build a 700-foot-long, 2-story-high wall along its westernmost edge that would separate the complex’s yet-to-be-built second portion ...

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How I Traveled to Costa Rica for 2 Weeks for Under $500

How I Traveled to Costa Rica for 2 Weeks for Under $500

My friend and I were two millennials with passports, flexible work hours, and the dream of exploring Central America. The only problem? We had a very limited budget. Then, while browsing Google Flights, we stumbled across a deal that sent us packing our bags: $238 round-trip tickets from Denver to Costa Rica. We quickly ...

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How I Traveled to Costa Rica for 2 Weeks for Under $500

How I Traveled to Costa Rica for 2 Weeks for Under $500

My friend and I were two millennials with passports, flexible work hours, and the dream of exploring Central America. The only problem? We had a very limited budget. Then, while browsing Google Flights, we stumbled across a deal that sent us packing our bags: $238 round-trip tickets from Denver to Costa Rica. We quickly ...

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Global Attitude Indicators Market | Enormous Growth & Size by Top Players Sandel Avionics, Suzhou Changfeng Instruments, MAV Avionics

Top Companies in the Global Travelers Vaccines Market: GlaxoSmithKline, Sanofi Pasteur, Merck, Pfizer, CNBG, Sanofi Pasteur MSD, Serum Institute of India, Biokangtai. The global Travelers Vaccines market is expected to reach US$ 8.1 Billion by 2024 growing at a CAGR of 9.0% from 2018 to 2024. The global travel vaccines market ...

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What to Expect on a Small Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship

What to Expect on a Small Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship

Royal Caribbean International is well known for its massive, innovative ships filled with state-of-the-art exciting attractions, from bionic bartenders and surfing simulators to ice rinks, rock climbing walls, open structure promenades, towering slides, zip lines, bumper cars, and so much more. But while the biggest ships dominate headlines, brochures, and ...

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View announces upcoming exibits

View announces upcoming exibits

OLD FORGE — View, center for arts and culture, will kick-off the new year with four new art exhibits: • “Recycling Nature: Revitalizing The Handmade Tradition” by Rachel Singel. This exhibit is on display now through May 2. Rachel Singel is an Assistant Professor at the University of Louisville. She ...

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Classic cartridge back in vogue – Arkansas Democrat

Classic cartridge back in vogue - Arkansas Democrat

The word is out. The .30-06 Springfield is back in vogue. Interaction with outdoors media organizations has taught me that coverage for themes and issues is often coordinated. This column isn’t about the .30-06 as much as a commentary on the forces that drive the news. Exhibit A is an ...

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