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Colorado Springs artist creates secret garden in new exhibit | Arts & Entertainment

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What lurks below a thriving garden might be even more beautiful.

Liz McCombs has spent months building a secret garden in her studio. What has emerged are ceramic and mixed-media humanlike sculptures all caught in the mysterious process of metamorphosis. Greenery sprouts up out of curled-up human figures; rootlike vegetables have grown heads sporting full lips and round eyes; and femalelike figures are given tangled roots for legs while lush gardens push up out of their skulls.


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Her pieces start with kiln-fired ceramic to which she adds recycled materials, such as wood, bark and pieces of glass.

“A key element of the show was transformation from one thing to something else,” says the longtime Colorado Springs artist. “In the garden you have birth, death, one thing nourishing something else, all things that make life life. I incorporate those

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Why the Rose Garden COVID-19 fiasco was dismal news for the return of live entertainment

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At the celebratory judicial nomination event for Amy Coney Barrett, scores of maskless, prominent Americans–elected officials, high-ranking staffers, the President of the University of Notre Dame–were seen hugging, kissing and other examples of the up-close-and-personal behavior most ordinary Americans are avoiding in service of personal and community safety. It looked like no one at the Sept. 26 event in the White House Rose Garden had paid any mind whatsoever to the potential ravages of COVID-19 at a nomination celebration for a member of the United States Supreme Court.

Although it certainly fits the broader political narrative on both sides, this wasn’t entirely true.

Attendees were actually given rapid Coronavirus tests, developed by Abbott Laboratories of Lake Bluff, prior to admittance. As the Wall Street Journal and others have reported, a guest took Abbott’s so-called ID NOW test, waited around for a few minute for the result, and, in the event

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From ‘Love Island’ to ‘Hell’s Kitchen,’ Caesars Entertainment keeps Las Vegas on TV

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Love Island

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The cast of “Love Island” parties on the rooftop of the Cromwell.

If it’s true that everyone’s watching a lot more TV while staying home during the pandemic, viewers across the country are getting plenty of Las Vegas scenery during their favorite shows.

The second season of the U.S. version of dating competition reality series “Love Island” wraps up this week and has seen growing ratings since its premiere on CBS on August 24, according to Variety. Like its U.K. and Australian editions, the show is typically filmed at an actual island destination, with young competitors chasing romance and a big cash prize while attempting to avoid elimination from the voting public or their castmates.

International travel restrictions and other coronavirus concerns threatened to cancel the new season until executives from ITV, producers of “Love Island,”

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THE MADISON SQUARE GARDEN COMPANY BOARD APPROVES SPIN-OFF OF ENTERTAINMENT BUSINESSES FROM SPORTS BUSINESSES NYSE:MSG

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Spin-Off Transaction Expected to be Completed in Mid-April

 Construction of MSG Sphere in Las Vegas to be Temporarily Suspended

NEW YORK, March 31, 2020 (GLOBE NEWSWIRE) — The Madison Square Garden Company (NYSE: MSG) today announced that its board of directors has approved the spin-off of its entertainment businesses from its sports businesses, which is expected to be completed in mid-April. In addition, the Company provided an update on its MSG Sphere construction in Las Vegas.

Two Distinct Companies for Shareholders
Upon completion of the spin-off transaction, MSG will be a pure-play sports company and will change its name to Madison Square Garden Sports Corp. (MSG Sports), while the newly-formed entertainment company will be named Madison Square Garden Entertainment Corp. (MSG Entertainment).

The distribution will take place on April 17, 2020 to MSG stockholders of record as of the close of business on April 13, 2020. Each MSG common stockholder

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Sylco Cabinetry is a custom cabinet shop located in East Waterboro, Maine. Sylco specializes in custom and stock kitchen and bathroom cabinetry and serves Southern and Mid-coast Maine (including Kennebunk, Kennebunkport, York County, and Portland), New Hampshire, and Boston, Massachusetts markets.

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