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Shakira’s Miami Beach Home for Sale

Never a dull moment for pop superstar and TV’s “The Voice” judge, Shakira. Seen in Miami in March – possibly checking out the chic renovation plan on her Miami Beach residence, back to Spain which she considers her home base, and two days after putting her Miami Beach estate on the market, off to Hamburg, Germany to kick off her El Dorado world tour, family and team in tow. In August she will bring the tour to America – Chicago the first stop. Shakira lives in Barcelona with her partner, Spanish soccer star Gerard Piqué and their two sons. Now 41, she...

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Sofitel New York showcases iconic art of Broadway in Fraver Art Gallery

In celebration of the Tony Awards, Sofitel New York today unveiled a transformation of its lobby into the Fraver Art Gallery. Through June 30, theatergoers and art lovers alike can view works by theater poster legend Frank “Fraver” Verlizzo. As the Official Hotel Partner for the 2018 Tony Awards, Sofitel New York curated 36 of Fraver’s most iconic posters to display in the gallery – all of which were designed for Tony Award-winning and/or -nominated productions on Broadway. Selecting the works was no small feat as Fraver has created over 300 pieces for Broadway, Off-Broadway, regional and international productions throughout his career. “Through the...

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Wojciech Fangor Exhibition at Heather James Fine Art New York

A new addition to the Upper East Side gallery scene, Heather James Fine Art New York, located at 42 East 75th Street, will present its inaugural exhibition, Wojciech Fangor: The Early 1960s, April 19 – June 30, 2018. This is the first solo exhibition in the U.S. in more than 25 years of paintings by Wojciech Fangor (1922-2015), one of Poland’s preeminent Post-War abstract artists. In 1970, Fangor was the first Polish artist to have a solo exhibition at the Guggenheim Museum, New York. The exhibition, curated by Polish art historian Patryk P. Tomaszewski, will be accompanied by an illustrated catalogue with an essay...

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5 Things You Need to Know Before You See Your First Broadway Show

A trip to New York City isn’t complete without going to the theater. For your first Broadway show, you might be wondering about all the details. How do you get a good deal on tickets? Do people dress up? Thanks to the expertise from the folks at TopView NYC, a sightseeing company in New York,  we’ve answered all your questions to help make your first Broadway show a smooth and enjoyable experience. Save on Tickets To get the best deal, plan ahead and use a variety of techniques to research prices before you purchase tickets. Hit shows often hold...

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London’s Afternoon Teas: A Feast for the Eyes

For me, a proper afternoon English tea is the perfect meal: properly brewed tea, a good selection of sandwiches and freshly baked scones with double Devonshire cream, some lemon curd and preserves. I haven’t found too many places that serve the perfect tea this side of the Atlantic. (The Palm Court at New York’s Plaza Hotel does a beautiful tea, but unfortunately it’s priced at $75–more if you add a glass of champagne.) However, the city London is a movable feast for tea lovers, and there are delectable teas in every price range and to suit every taste. London’s Afternoon...

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The Edgewater Announces New Pearl Jam Suite and Revamped Beatles Suite

Celebrating “The Year of Roll ‘n’ Roll” The Edgewater, the iconic Noble House Hotel and the only over-the-water hotel in Seattle, has announced today the addition of a new, luxurious suite paying tribute to legendary Seattle-based band, Pearl Jam. Additionally, the hotel is also revamping its famous Beatles Suite having hosted the band in its heyday and being widely known for the famous image of the band fishing out of a window at the hotel. The Edgewater has also created a comprehensive music program as an ode to the hotel’s distinct music history. The foundation of the music program focuses on...

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Exclusive Derby Night Event Features Porsche-Sponsored Private Dinner

The newest and most innovative addition to the bourbon scene is ready to make a splash. Rabbit Hole will celebrate the grand opening of its brand-new multi-million-dollar distillery on May 5th during Louisville’s biggest weekend of the year (Derby weekend). The exclusive, invitation-only event kicks off with a dinner catered by Wiltshire Pantry and sponsored by Porsche. Later in the evening guests will imbibe cocktails mixed by Proprietors LLC, the team behind internationally acclaimed bar Death and Co. Sucré, an indie pop band from Nashville, TN formed by vocalist Stacy King (married to Darren King of Mutemath) will headline...

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Top 10 Real Estate News Stories – Celebrity Homes & More

The latest scoop on today’s most interesting real estate news and celebrity homes is featured at TopTenRealEstateDeals.com. “Top 10 Real Estate News” “Basic Instinct Love House For Sale” The Carmel-by-the-Sea home where Michael Douglas and Sharon Stone hooked up in the 1992 ‘Basic Instinct’ movie thriller is for sale at $16.995 million. The 16-room, 12,000-square-foot home on two acres features Pacific Ocean views, two kitchens, domed library and a soda fountain. In another connection to fame, a former owner was Steve Fossett who disappeared in 2007 after setting a number of land and sea speed records including the first person to fly...

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A Chat with Gloria Steinem

During a one-hour conversation about DACA with Gloria Steinem at Los Angeles City College, over one hundred students, faculty and Los Angelenos streamed into the Herb Albert Music Center to hear Steinem speak about equality and DACA with Samantha Ramirez-Herrera, a world renown expert in multicultural communication for the Latin and Hispanic communities.  Steinem a prolific writer, lecturer, editor and trailblazer of feminism discussed the repercussions from the recent decision to rescind the Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals (DACA) program. Initiated under President Barack Obama in 2012, DACA protects immigrants who arrived in the United States in their youth...

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Interesting Facts About 6 Common Words’ Origins

Ever stopped for a moment and wondered how the common words you use in your daily life came into being? Probably you have been too busy to ponder upon that mystery and did not use numerology to find your strengths. Well, as a matter of fact, some of the words we use numerous times on a daily basis have really interesting origins that are worth looking into. So, read on and increase your knowledge of the unknown facts:- Nightmare Nightmares are the bad dreams we encounter during night, so the name rather makes some sense. But what has mare...

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Chinese Soul Food

Today kicks off Chinese New Year 2018 and the Spring Festival will be celebrated through March 2. It’s the Year of the Dog. Don’t just order take-out, why not try cooking at home. Grab your wok and a copy of Chinese Soul Food: A Friendly Guide for Homemade Dumplings, Stir-Fries, Soups, and More by Hsia-Ching Chou. If you want to jump right in you’ll find three of her classic recipes below; Soup Dumplings (Xiao Long Bao), Red-Braised Pork Belly and Dry-Fried Green Beans. Hsiao-Ching Chou is an award-winning food journalist, cooking instructor and author.  Chinese Soul Food is a collection of 80...

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Bizarre Sleeping Habits of 61 Famous People

By Raj Vardhman The notion that we need eight hours of sleep per night has permeated the popular culture big time. I find this somewhat odd, as many of the pop culture truisms stem from the most popular people and their habits, but a quick look at the inforgraphic below reveals that many notorious people have had weird sleeping habits, to say the least. One thing to notice is that their strange sleeping patterns have not made them unproductive or unsuccessful. In fact, in many cases it seems that (at least parts of) their success and popularity might be...

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