Month: January 2020

Transportation Costs Drive Small Business Concerns

Transportation Costs Drive Small Business Concerns Taking clients out to lunch, delivering goods and performing service duties are what drive entrepreneurs to success. Microbusiness owners and the self-employed depend on transportation to provide their products and services. However, escalating energy costs are making it more difficult to survive and profit as a microbusiness owner. An …

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Learn How Conference Calling Can Seal The Deal

Learn How Conference Calling Can Seal The Deal In today’s business environment, companies that excel embrace the global dynamics of an international market with conference calling. The international market opens doors in many countries for increased competition, increased business, and increased profit. The international market has affected foreign policy, and continues to be a key …

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I always love having calendars that reflect my passions

I always love having calendars that reflect my passions For me, custom-built Harley Davidson motorcycles are the highest form of art. Motorcycle calendars, whether they show Harleys, Indians, Vincents, or other brands of motorcycles, are there to exhibit a great combination of artistry and craftsmanship. To understand why a motorcycle calendar is so beautiful, you …

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Reconsidering the Watergate Courtroom Sketches, as Trump’s Trial goes on

Freda Reiter, President Richard Nixon, H.R. Haldeman, John Ehrlichman in Oval Office, Recreation of 1973 conversation, drawn to accompany television playback of Nixon White House tapes during the 1974 trial. Recreation of 1973 conversation, drawn to accompany television playback of Nixon White House tapes during the 1974 trial. Pastel drawing, 17″ x 14″ (all images …

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Félix Vallotton and the Dark Heart of the Nineteenth-Century Bourgeoisie

The bourgeoisie: now there’s a subject for a nineteenth-century artist. In little more than a century, this newish class had gone from being comedic fast-talking Figaros to planet-altering overlords striding across the globe in search of a soul, status, and an appropriate self-image. What, aside from double-entry bookkeeping, lurked in the heart of the bourgeoisie, …

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Dlectricity, Detroit’s Light and Art Festival, is Now Accepting Artist Applications

January 20, 2020 Colossal, City Scape Outdoor Exhibit “{The Amazing!} House of Fog: il Cinema Nebbioso” (2017) by D Met Design: Joel Schmidt and Liz Skrisson, a fog-filled fun-house with internal novelty video projections that was part of DLECTRICITY’S children’s zone entitle Electric Park, photo by David Lewinski For three electrifying weekends in 2012, 2014, …

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“Lost Tales, a world in between” by Photographers Rose Moreno & Arthur Bouet

A curious hybrid art project from photographers Arthur Bouet and Rose Moreno . Based on time spent travelling the Scottish countryside between September and November of 2018, “Lost Tales, a world in between” combines portraits, landscapes, and staged photography with video testimonials, interviews, and writings that explore the unique beliefs and mythologies of the area …

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