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Rembrandt masterpiece thought lost is found after falling off wall

A lost Rembrandt has been discovered after it fell off the wall of a country home in the province of Rome, Italy. Rembrandt painted the work in 1632-33, but it was "considered lost and never shown until now," according to a press release from the Italian Heritage Foundation, which coordinated the identification project, published Tuesday.
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Ingested’s New Old Song is “Disgusting”

England’s Ingested have released a new version their 2011 song, “This Disgusting Revelation.”. The track comes from the band’s upcoming album The Surreption II, which “reimagines” the band’s 2011 release, The Surreption. Vocalist Jason Evans comments:. “We’re very excited to present to you our reimagined version of ‘This Disgusting Revelation.’...
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Who is Christina from Too Hot To Handle season 2? Ethnicity and age explored

Too Hot To Handle is back on Netflix, this time with more singletons who have no idea what kind of summer they’ve signed up for. To trick the cast for its sophomore season, the Too Hot To Handle team have sold them the story that they are on ‘Parties in Paradise’. The fake reality show even has a host, Jeff Dye, to make it seem all the more real.
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Lost Rembrandt discovered after it falls off a wall

(CNN) — A lost Rembrandt has been discovered after it fell off the wall of a home where it had hung for years. The painting, which had never been displayed in public, was found to be by the Dutch master after it was damaged by the fall and sent to an art restorer in 2016, said a press release from the Italian Heritage Foundation.

Joshua Bassett Confirms He's Happy To Be 'Part Of The LGBTQ+ Community'

Joshua Bassett is speaking out about his sexuality again, confirming to fans in an interview this week that his previous remarks about Harry Styles weren’t a joke and that he’s “part of the LGBTQ+ community.”. The 20-year-old “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” actor sat down with GQ and...

Too Hot To Handle: Emily Miller's ethnicity revealed as star shuts down critics

The moment we’ve all been waiting for is finally here: the return of Too Hot To Handle!. If you thought that the producers couldn’t pull off the surprise twist – that is, of no heavy petting for the contestants’ time on the show – you’d be wrong. This time around, Netflix brought in actual celeb gameshow host Jeff Dye to make the cast believe they were on a fake show, Parties in Paradise.
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Joshua Bassett confirms he’s part of the LGBTQIA+ community

Joshua Bassett confirmed that he’s part of the LGBTQIA+ community and said he’s ready to “live [his] truth.”. The “High School Musical: The Musical: The Series” actor said in a new interview with GQ that he “wasn’t joking” last month when he vaguely addressed his sexuality after calling Harry Styles “hot” in an interview.
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Aston Martin’s Latest Q Creation Honors the Company’s Oldest Car

A century ago, Aston Martin's A3 was a state-of-the-art sporting machine. Known as chassis no. 3, but commonly referred to by its alphanumeric designation, this roadster was the third of five prototypes that helped to launch the brand in the early 1920s. Now, the company is paying tribute to this oldest surviving Aston Martin with a special Vantage Roadster commissioned by a dealership in the United Kingdom and brought to life by Q.
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‘They thought we were terrorists’: meet Joe Rush, the master of mutoid art and king of Glastonbury

“They thought we were terrorists,” says Joe Rush, remembering the day not long after the fall of the Berlin Wall when he and a fellow anarchist took over a patch of no man’s land at the heart of the German capital. They filled it with military hardware: tanks and artillery and the like – along with a MiG-21 fighter jet that they pointed directly at the nearby Reichstag.
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Ask McEnearney: How to say goodbye to your home

Selling your house and saying goodbye to the home that you lived in can be a very emotional experience for a lot of homeowners. If you have lived in your home for a long time, you probably made many unforgettable memories with your family, friends and loved ones that it will be hard to let go of when the time comes to move. Whether you realize it or not, you have an emotional attachment to this home, and as you think about moving, you can be overcome with feelings of sadness and hesitancy.

A Reimagined London Mews House Blends Heritage Details With Bold Pops of Color

A celebration of its 20th-century origins, the two-bedroom rental offers a cozy setting fitted with vibrant artwork and vintage furnishings. Tucked away in the heart of London’s Notting Hill neighborhood just minutes from Kensington Palace, this charming mews house presents generous indoor/outdoor living spaces that dazzle with original character. Known...
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25 Genius Ways to Fill Up an Awkward, Empty Corner

Imagine: You’re sitting in a room that’s the perfect mix of stylish and cozy. “This pad is design goals,” you think to yourself — until you see it. That’s right, we’re talking about an awkwardly empty corner. Admittedly, we all have nooks and crannies in our home that should be filled with something, but we have no idea what. So, in the meantime, these corners remain unoccupied, taunting us in all their awkward glory. (The nerve, right?)

Great Art You Can Really Relate To

While art is largely a matter of taste, it’s safe to say that if you’re featured in the artwork, it’s instantly great — and makes it more fun for just about everyone. If you’ve ever fantasized about galloping into the breach or kicking back on an Old World throne, Bobdeus has the answer: You send them a digital photo and choose how you want it re-created as a historical portrait. Want to see your head on the body of a once-great king or a stately general? Or perhaps a priest during the Renaissance or some random French guy who looks like he might have been a Musketeer? You decide.
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Over in Malibu, Kendall Jenner Hosted a Tequila Tasting for Vogue100

On Wednesday, far from the Hollywood heatwave, Malibu was breezy and cool. Situated on the south terrace of Soho’s Little Beach House, Kendall Jenner and Vogue’s Mark Guducci hosted an exclusive 818 tequila tasting for Vogue100. Sold out across the state, the chance to taste the brand’s lineup of sustainable and smooth tequilas is a luxury.
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The izzue x Collection is Literally Wearable Art

Hong Kong-based brand izzue is partnering with the artist Joel Mesler for a capsule collection that gives new meaning to the phrase wearable art. The American artist known for his graphic and colorful designs will lend his trademark style to a line of special edition clothes. “The paintings come out...

Atelier Thiery Embellishes Rémy Martin’s XO Decanter With a Flash of Gold Leaf

Renowned Parisian gilding studio Atelier Thiery has given Rémy Martin’s iconic XO decanter a golden touch that honors the cognac house’s legacy of craftsmanship. Delicate, rare, and notoriously temperamental to work with, gold leaf reflects light and sparks fascination like no other surface decoration. It’s an ancient craft that dates back thousands of years, but all too often the results look like they belong back then. Then Atelier Thiery came along and gave a new infusion of life to the traditional art of gilding.

Apple Unveils Stunning New LA "Tower Theatre" Store

Pre-Covid and post-Covid, one thing has stayed the same: people queuing in front of Apple stores. But to be honest, tech support just doesn't entice us enough to line up around the block. But Apple's new LA store has us reconsidering. For its latest location, Apple restored and converted the...