When SFMOMA established its archives in 2006, the museum was lucky enough to have its early records, dating back to its founding in 1935, still intact and ready to be accessed by the research public. Among those records were ones documenting the activities of the Women’s Board, formed in 1934 […]

The colophon for the primary Open up Space, revealed by White Rabbit Press. The 1965 volume is a cherished gift from OS contributor and then-colleague Jay Mollica. It is 9:44 p.m. on the last Monday in October. I just completed modifying the previous very first draft for Open Space’s very […]

(MENAFN- The Peninsula) Joelyn Baluyut | The Peninsula Eid Al Adha is remaining noticed across the nation today with an array of celebrations, regular feasts, enjoyment, workshops, and other activities.  Each public and personal organisations have organised activities to celbrate the situation, and as a precautionary measure, citizens and citizens […]

Shakespeare Fest restarts with rotating repertory Island Shakespeare Festival in Langley is again with three fascinating new demonstrates for present day audiences. Feeling drained by the results of the pandemic and other complicated penalties of our contemporary entire world? Here’s the excellent balm for each and every individual in your […]