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Source: Common Domain

Floral Arrangements Inspired by Great Art


Floral designer Lindsey Taylor tries her hand at translating a piece of fabric art into a tightly woven arrangement. For October’s arrangement, floral designer Lindsey Taylor riffs on Georgia O’Keeffe’s study of non-stereotypical fall colors. A voluptuous oil portrait, ‘Julia, Lady Peel (1827),’ by Sir Thomas Lawrence, inspires floral designer Lindsey Taylor to revisit the art of the seasonal arrangement. Floral designer Lindsey Taylor riffs on a springy 1917 Japanese woodblock print, ‘Rain While the Sun Is Shining’.

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Source: Global News

Dark Poutine podcast recap: The Disappearance of Granger Taylor

Wednesday 02:25 GMT

In this week’s episode of the Dark Poutine podcast, we continue to look at Spaceman: the disappearance of Granger Taylor.

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Source: Global News

Puppy disfigured in Iran acid attack has facial surgery in Vancouver

Thursday 03:21 GMT

“And she might end up looking more like Voldemort, since she won’t have a big hole in her face and two nostrils instead,” she said, laughing, referring to the villain in the “Harry Potter” movies played by Ralph Fiennes.

At the vet’s office in Iran, where her family had taken her to put her down, a volunteer from Persian Paws Rescue and Loved At Last Dog Rescue intervened. Taylor was able to adopt her last fall after seeing her on a city-based non-profit organization, Loved At Last Dog Rescue, which finds homes for local and international stray dogs.

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Source: Global News

Who do Canadians trust most Their employers, apparently

Friday 09:54 GMT

Yet, the results of the 2019 Edelman Trust Barometer indicate job-security concerns don’t seem to have dampened people’s trust in their employers.

Canadians are fearful that a lack of training, growing automation, globalization or international conflict will rob them of their jobs. And yet, the results of the 2019 Edelman Trust Barometer indicate job-security concerns don’t seem to have dampened people’s trust in their employers.

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Source: The Guradian

How Taylor Swift showed us the scary future of facial recognition

Friday 12:40 GMT

Taylor Swift raised eyebrows late last year when Rolling Stone magazine revealed her security team had deployed facial recognition recognition technology during her Repudiation tour to root out stalkers.

“So much data is collected all the time and automation and machine learning algorithms are coming up with ways to do things with that data, and it will affect our lives going forward.”. Mary Haskett, the co-founder of the facial recognition company Blink Identity, compared the public’s lack of understanding of the impact of facial recognition technology to Facebook’s Cambridge Analytica scandal. “[Users] didn’t realize how much in-depth information Facebook had, and more importantly how that information was being used to manipulate them,” she said.

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Source: The Guradian

Rapper 21 Savage did not talk about being British for fear of US deportation

Sunday 12:39 GMT

The Atlanta-based rapper 21 Savage did not talk about his British citizenship before because he didn’t want to get deported.

The rapper said he wasn’t hiding the fact that he isn’t a US citizen, but “I didn’t want to get deported so I’m not going to just come out and say, ‘Hey by the way, I wasn’t born here.”’ “But I didn’t know like, what that meant as far as when I transitioned into an adult, how it was going to affect my life.”

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Source: The Guradian

Wolves into FA Cup quarter-finals as Ivan Cavaleiro sinks Bristol City

Monday 05:08 GMT

A major trophy within three years was not quite on the list of essentials when Fosun took over Wolves in 2016, but they are now serious contenders for an FA Cup win that would crown the club’s reconfiguration beyond all imagining.

Ruddy then blocked from none other than Fielding in a frantic period of stoppage time, and at last Wolves could await the last eight.

“Four hostile newspapers are more to be feared than a thousand bayonets...” ― Napoléon Bonaparte