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THE Cornish fishing port of St Ives has long been a magnet for artists creative souls attracted by the pure quality of its rugged landscapes and unique light.

The draw of this remote corner of England to artists continues to this day and is the subject of a new exhibition at the Sewell Centre Gallery at Radley College near Abingdon.

Colonised at the end of the 19th century by creative folk, the town attracted established painters like Whistler, Sickert, Munnings and Laura Knight.

Studios and painting schools were established in the old sail lofts on Porthmeor Beach and in the fishingng harbours of Newlyn and Penzance, while art became an important part of life in a community that had previously been dominated by fishing and mining.

The resulting work was naturalistic: an idealised and charming vision of the area and its inhabitants.

The advent of the railway line in 1877 meant that this previously obscure stretch of coastline would now become a popular holiday destination.

The First World War created a hiatus in the idyllic life of this artistic community, but the artists soon returned.

Among them were Borlase Smart and Julius Olsson who were instrumental in the revival of the colony.

By the late 1920s, St Ives became a mecca for a new kind of artist who was driven by the ideology that art could make a difference to the world.

High minded intellectuals like Barbara Hepworth, Ben Nicholson, Naum Gabo and Christopher Wood, horrified by the rise of Fascism in Europe, fled London and set up studios in St Ives.

The presence of the potter Bernard Leach, who arrived from Japan in 1920 to set up a pottery, added to the shared belief in the importance of art and craft in the modern age. St Ives became a crucible of intellectual activity sucking in artists from all around the world.

In 1937 Surrealist artists Man Ray, Max Ernst, Roland Penrose, Lee Miller and Leonora Carrington visited the colony.

The post WW2 period saw the arrival of a second generation of painters and intellectuals such as Patrick Heron, Terry Frost and Peter Lanyon who had lived through the war and wanted to find a new form of abstract art to express and make sense of a changed world.

The result was ground breaking.

For a moment in time, St Ives became the most iconic place in the art world with artists drawn away from Paris and New York to work in this obscure fishing town.
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say that a husband and wife are in custody after allegedly chaining their children to beds in filthy conditions.

One of the children, a 17 year old girl, escaped from the house in Perris, Calif. on Sunday and dialed 911 on a cellphone she grabbed from the home, according to Perris police. When investigating officers arrived, the girl looked much younger because of her level of emaciation, police said.

Officers went inside the house and found “several children shackled to their beds with chains and padlocks in dark and foul smelling surroundings,” a police the statement said. The youngest was 2 years old.

David Allen Turpin, 57, and Louise Anna Turpin, 49, were charged Sunday with torture and child endangerment, the Sheriff’s Department said.

The parents were being held in jail in lieu of $9 million bail on child abuse charges.

The six children including the 17 year old who escaped are being treated at Riverside University Health System Medical Center in Moreno Valley.

State Department of Education records show the family home has the same address as Sandcastle Day School, where David Turpin is listed as principal. In the 2016 17 school year it had an enrollment of six with one student in each of the fifth, sixth, eighth, ninth, 10th and 12th grades.

Neighbors said they were stunned by the arrests. Andrew Santillan, who lives around the corner, heard about the case from a friend.

had no idea this was going on, he told the Press Enterprise of Riverside. didn know there were kids in the house. neighbors described the family as intensely private.

A few years ago, Robert Perkins said he and his mother saw a few family members constructing a Nativity scene in the Turpins front yard. Perkins said he complimented them on it.

didn say a word, he said.

The Turpins filed for bankruptcy in 2011, stating in court documents they owed between $100,000 and $500,000, The New York Times reported. At that time, Turpin worked as an engineer at Northrop Grumman and earned $140,000 annually and his wife was a homemaker, records showed.

Their bankruptcy lawyer, Ivan Trahan, told the Times he never met the children but the couple about them highly. remember them as a very nice couple, Trahan said, adding that Louise Turpin told him the family loved Disneyland and visited often.
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LONDON, Ont. Embattled comedian Bill Cosby appeared to mock the mounting sexual assault allegations he’s facing from more than two dozen women during a performance here Thursday night.

An hour into Cosby’s 90 minute show at the Budweiser Gardens, a woman in the front row stood up and asked him if he wanted a drink.

“He (Cosby) deserves it,” the heckler, who identified himself as Matt Smith, said as he was escorted from the arena. “At some point . . . someone has to stand up.”

QMI Agenc y reporter Dale Carruthers was also booted from the building by security for recording the arrest in the arena concourse with his cellphone.

The show opened with a shocker for the digital generation no use of cellphones while seated for the American comedian’s appearance.

Smartphone equipped fans and reporters are a common feature at concerts and big act shows, so the sudden clampdown came as a surprise. amid the sexual assault allegations against him.

Mere minutes into the show, security officials tried to eject another QMI Agency reporter, Patrick Maloney, for tweeting from the show.

A Budweiser Gardens executive intervened and decided not to enforce the restriction. While one source said the recording bans came from Cosby’s camp, another source said they did not.

The Cosby show’s promoter, Adam Epstein, said in an e mail exchange he wasn’t at the show and didn’t know about Cosby’s “drink” joke.

Fans entering the London show were handed by arena officials a written warning against disrupting the Cosby show.

“Disruptive behaviour will not be tolerated and will result in removal, possible legal action and/or banning from the venue,” it read.

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77, hasn’t been charged and has denied the allegations, none of which has been tested in court.

Outside the London arena, about 150 protesters dramatically more than in Kitchener a night earlier denounced Cosby and handed out pamphlets with the names of women accusing him of sexual assault and details of the allegations.

Protest organizer Megan Walker, head of the London Abused Women’s Centre, declared the demonstration a success, despite it falling short of drawing a predicted crowd of 400.

“I’m absolutely thrilled to live in London, Ontario, and see this level of support for women. It shows we stand in solidarity with women and we believe them,” Walker said.

Though she didn’t attend the show, Walker said later she was irked by the reports of Cosby’s “drink” joke.

“He’s making a joke of the women who allege he sexually assaulted and raped them,” she said. “And I think it’s despicable.”

Cosby was given a standing ovation at the end of his London show, a reception he also received in Kitchener. He wraps up his Southwestern Ontario tour, his only Canadian dates, Friday in Hamilton,
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Where to start with Dean Saunders and his nonsensical guff on talkSPORT? As tempting as it is to start with his insistence on using the words league over and over again like some kind of footballing Farage, we should instead begin with the Pep Guardiola quotes that prompted this outburst.

are going to kill them. I think the federation (FA) has to reflect. Here in England, we don protect the players and that is a big mistake. You have to look for the quality, not the quantity. You can play every three, four or five days but not play every two days. It is not basketball, it is nottennis. The players need recovery. is of course right; by any sensible measure, it is ridiculous to expect modern day athletes to play four games of football in ten or 11 days. It is a view echoed by just about every manager in the Premier League in 2018.

tradition. Your granddad used to take you to Boxing Day games and the supporters love it. The stadiums are full. The players like it, the fans like it and the managers like it. obviously missed the part where Guardiola raged against the tradition of Boxing Day football (and Saunders granddad). But carry on, Dean FA will decide the fixture list; you just manage your football team and don’t complain about our league. I’ve played in foreign leagues and they are nothing like our league it’s brilliant. has indeed played foreign leagues he spent one season in Turkey with Galatasaray and one season in Portugal with Benfica. Almost 20 years ago. Thus he is an expert on all things foreign.

Oddly enough, Mediawatch chooses to place more credence on the opinion of a man who has won 12 league titles as player and manager in Spain and Germany and is about to win a 13th in league We suspect he may have rather more data on the fitness of his own footballers than a man who spends his time embellishing stories about Brian Clough.

Unfortunately for Saunders, he has not managed a full festive fixture list and absolutely not complained about our league for five years; Chesterfield sacked him in November 2015 after four straight defeats.

Should Liverpool want to begin an entirely pointless pursuit of Alexis Sanchez then they are in luck, because the Daily Telegraph website brings us this headline transfer news and rumours: Wenger could be open to selling Alexis Sanchez this month those of a cynical nature might wonder why the Telegraph would quote a piece from the Daily Mirror, who were at the very same press conference as their Deputy Football Correspondent Jeremy Wilson, and relegate Wilson own piece from the football homepage. Especially when both Mirror man John Cross and Wilson used exactly the same quotes.

are open in any position for the exceptional player who can give us a plus, therefore of course it depends a little bit on the injuries and, on the other hand, I must say it depends on who will manage to extend the contracts of the players who are on the end of their contracts in June. Jeremy Wilson; he really didn come to the clickier correct conclusion when he wrote that Wenger has admitted for the first time that his January strategy will be shaped by the contract stand offs with Alexis Sanchez and Mesut Ozil entirely failing to notice the subtext.
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FLORENCE The City Council could pave the way for distilleries in parts of the city zoned for certain business activities.

Tonight’s agenda includes an amendment of the city code to allow distilleries to operate in areas zoned B 2 general business, B 3 central business district, H 1 harbor district, SD Sweetwater district, and I 1 light industrial, which covers most commercial and light industrial areas.

The council tweaked alcoholic beverage ordinances late last year in anticipation of the changes. The municipal code was amended several years ago to permit craft breweries, but it did not provide for distilleries.

City officials were approached last year by Timm Glass, who said he is buying a distillery in south Alabama with plans for moving it to Florence. He said at the time he was putting together the financing to buy High Ridge Spirits.

A building is being prepared to house the distillery,
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Glass said, and various licenses are being approved.

He said High Ridge Spirits made gin, 27 Springs, that had been sold in state liquor stores. It was the first Alabama distillery after prohibition was repealed by Congress in 1933, he said.

State law, which is reflected in the city code, allows small distilleries to sell up to 750 milliliters of distilled spirits to individuals, and to hold tastings at the facilities,
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It may be the middle of winter outside, but the bees are still buzzing in Charlottetown.

Nine Yards Studio in Charlottetown, formerly known as BGHJ Architects, has designed two impressive looking hexagon bee houses behind the Charlottetown Research Centre (just off the Confederation Trail) that look like mini space ships.

They stand about 14 feet high and each houses about 60,000 bees. On a nice day, they can be seen flying out of the structures and, if a person listens very quietly, they can be heard buzzing inside.

BGHJ Architects in Charlottetown have teamed up with local beekeepers to construct and operate two interpretive bee hexagons behind the Charlottetown Research Centre. Each of those hexagons in the background contain hives with 60,000 honeybees. THE GUARDIAN Dave Stewart

Phase one began in 2016 involving the actual hexagon structures that would house the bees. Phase 2 has just been completed involving an amphitheatre designed like honeycombs that will play into the educational component.

The beehive project aims to educate Islanders on the importance of honeybees and to bring awareness about their situation. The hives don exist primarily to produce honey. They looked at more for the educational component.

Shallyn Murray and Silva Stojak of Nine Yards Studio, formerly known as BGHJ Architects, are the brains behind the project.

kind of wanted to use architecture to spread an important message in the community, and one of those ideas was drawing attention to bees and the importance of bees on the Island, said Murray. kind of evolved into these large beehive sculptures which would act both as a home for the bees and also as a tool that the public could come and learn about bees, kind of a more hands on approach to bee education. also wanted to make a splash with the public, which is why the beehive structures stand 14 feet high.

Programming is being developed for school classes.

To help with the actual bees, Murray and Stojak brought in beekeepers Bruce Smith and John Brehaut. Brodie Chappell is the carpenter responsible for building the actual structures. They had some smaller colonies the first year while Wyman donated the much larger hives that are there now.

Right now, the hives themselves, located inside the hexagon structures, are tightly insulated to protect the bees from the harsh winter temperatures.

Smith has been involved, off and on, in the bee business for 25 years and currently keeps bees in Morell and sells honey at the Charlottetown Farmer Market.

an opportunity for people to see the bees up close without any possibility of getting stung, Smith said. hives have those plexiglass (windows) so people can see the bees working. The windows, right now, are only on one side. We going to put more windows on the outside of the building so people will be able to see both sides of the hive. safety purposes, a ring of nylon rope blocks people from getting too close to the area where the bees enter and exit the hexagon structures.
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There have been silver and bronze medals aplenty for Madison Chock and Evan Bates in the past few years. National Figure Skating Championships in San Jose, California (Jan 3 7).

“I think [winning the national title in this Olympic year] would be a huge deal for us,” Bates said in a media teleconference. “It’s something that we’ve been chasing for a few years now since we won in 2015. I would be lying if I didn’t say there had been some trying moments over the last few seasons.”

After winning the national ice dance title in 2015, they went on to capture silver at the subsequent Four Continents Championships and world championships. The next season, they earned a silver at the Grand Prix Final and silver at 2016 nationals. Then, silver at Four Continents and bronze at 2016 Worlds to close out that season.

In the pre Olympic season, grabbed four straight silver medals (Nebelhorn Trophy, Nepela Memorial, Skate Canada, and Rostelecom Cup) before qualifying for the Grand Prix Final and finishing sixth in that field. Then, another silver at the 2017 nationals. They earned a bronze at Four Continents held in 2017 inside the PyeongChang Olympic venue but finished seventh at the world championships.

Through this fall, they picked up two more silvers on the Grand Prix circuit (Cup of China and Internationaux de France). Then, they placed fifth at the Grand Prix Final.

“If everything had been going swimmingly over the past few seasons, with gold medals galore, I think, through it all, the difficult times created a really beautiful relationship that we now share. Who knows? Maybe it would’ve never happened if everything was going great,” Bates added.

They revealed they started dating about a year ago, admitting it after some ribbing from the reporters.

“Are you asking us if we’re dating?” Chock laughed.

“Are you following us on Instagram?” Bates joked, before confirming they’re together off the ice. According to the ice dance couple, it’s had a positive effect on their on ice relationship, too.

“I’ve always had great chemistry with [Bates],” Chock said. “We’ve always gotten along so well. Skating together is something that we love doing, and we love doing it together. Now, we’re together on and off the ice and it makes it even more powerful. It feels completely genuine and real. It makes training so much more fun and it brings us closer together every day. We’re working together, working towards the same things. When you’re doing that with someone that you love, it really is so much more meaningful.”
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Timmins city administrator David Landers is recommending city council approves the idea of having discounted children tickets for the Stars and Thunder 2018 festival.

The idea was first presented to council three weeks ago during the regular update on plans and activities for the eight day music and fireworks festival.

Mayor Steve Black said the idea of having discounted tickets for youngsters was first floated by the festival finance committee as a possible solution to lift up lagging ticket sales.

In the report prepared for council next meeting, Landers wrote that there were no discounts offered at the 2017 Stars and Thunder event, but since then have been numerous requests for a children price to make a family attendance more affordable. the original ticket pricing set out for the 2018 festival, no discount was being offered for children. Currently the Stars and Thunder General Admission ticket is $275 for eight days, while the VIP admission is $450 for eight days. Day passes range from $80 a day to $150 per day. All ticket prices will be increasing after April 30, 2018.

Landers also wrote that city staff carried out a review of other well known music festivals to determine what the various policies were for admitting children.

Boots Hearts near Barrie allows children 12 and younger in free, to the general admission area, with a paying adult. Proof of age is required for each child.

The Rock On The River event in Timmins also allows children, aged 10 and under, free admission.

Manitoulin Country Fest allows children nine and younger in free. Children ages 10 to 15 get a discount ticket.

Dauphin, Manitoba Country Fest allows children in free to general admission. The VIP ticket for children in Dauphin is discounted from $619 down to $275.

Landers report recommends a discount for youngsters aged 10 and younger, with a $100 weekly pass for general admission only and a $25 daily pass for day use in general admission, with a limit of 500 day use tickets. There would be no discounted tickets for the VIP section.

Landers suggested council could consider three options:

Charge full admission for everyone, as was done in 2017;

Allow children in free;

Approve the recommended discount for children aged 10 and younger.

Landers noted that while many of the other festivals have free admission options for children, it is not known whether this was always the case. He wrote that Stars and Thunder is still a growing venture and so ensuring ticket revenue is still and important pursuit.

Also because the entire venue, inside the fence at Hollinger Park, is a licensed area where alcohol is sold, the Alcohol and Gaming Commission of Ontario requires children to be accompanied by an adult to ensure that no alcohol is sold or served to a person under 19.
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