Foodie Friday Vegetables & “Pizza” Dip

I have made this appetizer which provides the dip, veg and bread base in one bite since my nieces and nephews were really little and dove in while eating all the veg. I thought I put this on Foodie Friday before but couldn’t find it. My apologies if I have …

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Fall exhibits now on display at the Hilliard Museum

New fall exhibitions are now on display at the Hilliard Art Museum on the UL Lafayette campus. This year’s exhibits are Twenty Years of Marais Press: Impression of a Campus and a Collection; Sanctuary: new works by Linda Alterwitz; Spirit Universe: Master Shen-Long; and Khara Woods: Ax. Each introduces the …

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Movie Review: Eastwood Won Cry Macho

MIKE AT THE CINEMA by MIKE ORLOCK At 91, Clint Eastwood is quite his age. The gangly frame is still skinny – the one who hit such a screen presence in the Unnamed man trilogy and the Dirty Harry series half a century ago and propelled him to international stardom …

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Belvoir St Theater presents ART FOR AFGHANISTAN

In collaboration with PYT Fairfield and the Afghan art community, Belvoir presents Art for Afghanistan, a series of short video reflections that celebrate 5 Afghan artists, their art and their stories. Art for Afghanistan celebrates Afghan art and culture and aims to raise funds for Action Aid’s emergency response through …

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Fonts for Days: Introducing Type Thursday Yerevan

A newbie to the Armenian alphabet and language herself, Badasian presented a play she was working on involving the Armenian word “tuyn” (թույն), which means “poison” and, more colloquially, “cool”. She shared images of her early sketches and described her process of designing the graphic, revealing the neon yellow, orange, …

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