Gutsy Work Celebrates Beauty in All Forms in Perfect Imperfections: The Art of a Messy Life

Proznick and Reimer will improvise original music on upright bass and harp, respectively, as Penfold sings from Proznick’s applauded album Sun Songs, which was included in the Top 10 jazz albums of 2017 (Ottawa Citizen). Throughout the performance, Snowber’s dance, comedy, and spoken word will create an intimate space where both humour and humanity collide.

The Bachelorette episode 1 recap: Becca does the damn thing

Connor was the first to get some solo-time with Becca after the limos and he continued to show some sensitivity that I didn’t expect. If he isn’t the dumb player-type then I’m really looking forward to this season! Clay brought out the Play-Doh (clay) to get to know Becca a little better and they made adorable little figurines of each other. Let’s just say they’re not the best artists. Garrett did a little fly-fishing demonstration with Becca and got her thinking about how he’s similar to her dad—I’m calling it, will he be in the top two?

Meet the men vying for Becca’s heart on The Bachelorette: who looks good and who’s that chicken?

Just like in Rachel’s season, Chris Harrison surprised Becca with five of her men on the After the Final Rose. We met Lincoln (the man with an accent that caught everyone’s attention), Chase, Darius, Brian (with an original banjo song), and the man with the horse, Blake. I’ll get into them with more detail below, but of all those men I’m most interested in Lincoln, by far.

Opening Today: Arts of Resistance at the Museum of Anthropology

Arts of Resistance is a unique opportunity for visitors to learn about Latin American politics through the lens of contemporary art—the objects on display embody important historical and cultural memories. Furthermore, the exhibition has the potential to influence how Latin American art and culture are showcased in museums and galleries. Considering the growing global mobility of people, ideas, and objects, Arts of Resistance demonstrates how museums and galleries can become sites of return and remembering, as communities use collections to reassert their identities and political agency.