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After French Cathedral Was Set on Fire, Church Volunteer Admits to Arson

The Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul in Nantes (via Nicolas Raymond/Flickr) On Sunday, July 26, French police arrested and charged a church volunteer who has admitted to setting a fire that severely damaged the interiors of the Cathedral of St. Peter and St. Paul in Nantes. The 39-year old man, a Rwandan asylum-seeker whose […]

Congress Votes in Favor of Creating National Museum of the American Latino

Works like Chicano artist Luis Jiménez’s sculpture “Vaquero” (1990) currently reside in the Smithsonian American Art Museum, but “but there are many gaps that will need to be filled,” says a feasibility study on the creation of a national Latinx museum. (photo by Tim Evanson via Flickr) In a bipartisan, unanimous vote this morning, the […]

US Says Newly Enrolled Foreign Students Will Be Barred Entry If Their Courses Are Online Only

Students at the Massachusetts Institute of Technology’s (MIT) campus (Aleksandr Zykov/Flickr) About two weeks ago, it appeared as though the Trump administration had abandoned its widely condemned plan to withdraw visas of international students whose courses have moved fully online. But new guidelines released on Friday, July 24, dictate that newly enrolled foreign students in distance […]

Paper Mario: The Origami King — All Collectible Treasures – iMore

Source: iMore Paper Mario: The Origami King has finally arrived and while other guides might tell you how to beat the various bosses or how to use Paper Mario’s various Paper Techniques, we all know the most important part of a new game is getting 100% completion, right? Okay, maybe not, but for those who […]

Stan Lee and Jack Kirby’s Silver Surfer Comes to Life in Sideshow Collectables Newest Maquette –

If you’re a fan of the Silver Surfer, you’re going to love the new Sideshow Collectables Maquette based on Stan Lee and Jack Kirby’s creation from the mid-1960s. As you’ll see in the pictures below, artist Daniel Bel Hugely has done a fantastic job bringing the popular character to life, and it looks like he’s floating in front of you. […]

White House Removes Bill Clinton and George W. Bush Portraits From Entrance Hall

The White House presidential portraits of Bill Clinton and George W. Bush (Courtesy of the White House Historical Association) There are certain faces of former United States presidents that the current man in office, Donald Trump, wishes to avoid seeing on his way to Oval Office every morning. According to CNN, the White House has […]

NYPD Proposes Stricter Regulations on Press Credentials

NYPD officers at a Black Lives Matter protest in New York in May 2020 (photo by the author for Hyperallergic) At a time of increased scrutiny over the actions of police forces across the country, fueled by protests of historic proportions, the New York Police Department (NYPD) has proposed new regulations that would expand the […]

Meet LA’s Art Community: Nikita Gale Is Thinking About the Politics of Sound and Music

The artist Nikita Gale (selfie by Nikita Gale) Welcome to the 24th installment of the interview series Meet LA’s Art Community. Check out our past interviews here. This week, I interviewed the artist Nikita Gale. Gale’s work explores the history of protest in fascinating ways, from looking at the role of the barricade to tracing the […]

Keith Sonnier, Sculptor Who Used Neon Light to Push the Boundaries of Drawing, Is Dead at 78 – ARTnews

Keith Sonnier, who starting in the 1960s expanded notions of sculpture with materials including fabric, foam, and incandescent light, died on Saturday at the age of 78. He passed away from causes related to a long-time illness at Southampton Hospital near his home in Bridgehampton, New York, his studio confirmed. Sonnier came up as part […]

The Shed Lays Off a Quarter of Full-time Staff

The Shed in New York City (photo by ajay_suresh via Flickr) The Shed, a multidisciplinary cultural center in New York City’s Hudson Yards, has confirmed layoffs of 28 of its 107 full-time workers. A statement shared with Hyperallergic attributes the layoffs to the financial losses incurred during the ongoing coronavirus pandemic. The institution cites a […]