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Gwen Ifill, co-anchor of PBS’ “NewsHour” with Judy Woodruff Passes at 61

NEW YORK (AP) — Gwen Ifill, co-anchor of PBS’ “NewsHour” with Judy Woodruff and a veteran journalist who moderated two vice presidential debates, died Monday of cancer, the network said. She was 61. A former reporter for The New York Times and The Washington Post, Ifill switched to television in the 1990s and covered politics and Congress for NBC News. She moved to PBS in 1999 as host of “Washington Week” and also worked for the nightly “NewsHour” program. She and Woodruff were named co-anchors in 2013. She moderated vice presidential debates in 2004 and 2008 and authored the...

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Nashville’s Culinary World

From exquisite entrees, the best meat and threes in the south  to  burgers and hot chicken Music City is the place to satisfy your taste buds.         Kesha supporters rally outside Sony Music Nashville A group of Kesha supporters marched from the Scarritt Bennett Center to Sony Music, holding glittery signs and chanting “Shame on Sony.” But only a few were actually Kesha fans before the ruling stating Kesha must stick with her Sony contract despite … Read more on The Tennessean   Randy Travis Makes Nashville Appearance to Honor Nashville Music Executive In the 1970s, Norman...

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Hampton Roads’ tattoo festival celebrates art and individuality

Hampton Roads’ tattoo festival celebrates art and individuality Tattoo culture encompasses more than rebellion; it’s a celebration of art and individuality that goes deeper than what’s embedded in the skin. This weekend’s Hampton Roads Tattoo Arts Festival salutes tattoo culture with contests, live music, magicians … Read more on Virginian-Pilot   Germany to Continue Funding to Establish Provenance of Looted Art The minister, Monika Grütters, said in an interview on Friday that the decision to spend more money and effort on the Gurlitt collection is “what we owe the victims,” and she reaffirmed Germany’s pledge to return any looted...

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Across the Cities in India, Gujarati, Rajasthani and Punjabi Restaurants Offer Cuisine Variation

Food enthusiasts will have a taste for food, wherever they go. And food enthusiasts are found among us in large numbers. There are many people in India as well as abroad, who like food that is made in regional styles. Some states like Rajasthan and Gujarat have special cuisines made especially in the regions of the state. When people visit these states of Rajasthan, Gujarat and Punjab, it becomes extremely difficult to resist the mouth watering delicacies that are prepared in the eateries, restaurants and even the homes. People who are native to these states can tell the exact formula of cooking of these delicacies. But, it is the charm and the taste of these food items, which can never be forgotten by people. It is not uncommon to find the Gujarati restaurants in India in different parts of the country. In small and large cities you can find such restaurants that make exclusive Gujarati dishes. Similarly, when people go out of Rajasthan, they can find the Rajasthani restaurants in India serving the food items from the state, so that people do not find it hard to get their favourite delicacies. Punjabi restaurants in India is perhaps one of those regional based restaurants which are found in almost every corner and are liked, not only by people from Punjab, but also by people from every corner of this country....

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How to Build an Art Fair

How to Build an Art Fair During their vernissages, or preview nights, art fairs look as polished as their V.I.P.s — but it takes months of planning and several construction days to erect the necessary infrastructure. This week, the Independent art fair raised walls on four … Read more on New York Times Enjoy some wine or coffee while you paint with Dexter’s Art Studio ST. LOUIS, MO. (KTVI)- Dexter Silvers of Dexter’s Art Studio stopped by the Fox 2 studio this morning to show off some of his new works of art. Dexter’s Art Studio holds multiple events...

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