"Now remember, this is the peak week for hospitalizations and of course for deaths. This reflects infections that occurred two or even three weeks ago. So we may be seeing the worst upon us right now in terms of the outcomes ... but we believe we're turning the corner because of all the physical distancing that we're doing," Giroir said to Guthrie, who returned to her at-home studio this week. … [Read more...] about White House Task Force Warns Americans to Brace for the Worst Amid Pandemic: ‘This Is Going to Be a Bad Week’
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Coffee and Draw with Joel FloraFrom the Kitchen; Drawing Workshop with Nancy McTague-Stockdarienarts.org. For questions, call the DAC at (203) 655-8683. The Darien Arts Center is located at 2 Renshaw Road, behind Darien Town Hall. Lead sponsors of the DAC are Baywater Properties, DR Bank and Stamford Ford Lincoln. … [Read more...] about Afternoon Doodles: Virtual Art Workshops for Grades 3 and Up
With it's facilities closed to the public due to health and safety mandates, the Darien Arts Center has expanded its current offerings for students through online video communications. All music lessons, visual arts and dance classes are now taking place live and online while Darien schools remain closed. DAC directors and students have quickly adapted to this new way of teaching and learning, and the DAC is providing new opportunities for students of all ages. … [Read more...] about Darien Arts Center Joins the Online Learning Movement
Look for updates on upcoming online classes and register at darienarts.org. For questions, call the DAC at (203) 655-8683. The Darien Arts Center is located at 2 Renshaw Road, behind Darien Town Hall. Lead sponsors of the DAC are Baywater Properties, DR Bank and Stamford Ford Lincoln. … [Read more...] about Adult Drawing Workshops via Zoom with Darien Arts Center
Simon Elmer from Architects for Social Housing points to Andrew Adonis’s report City Villages: More Homes, Better Communities, which is the basis for Conservative housing plans, embodied in the housing bill currently going through parliament. The report recommends recategorising all social housing estates as brownfield land. In greater London, that amounts to 3,500 estates, 360,000 homes and more than one million people. The concern, says Elmer in a paper entitled The London Clearances, is that these ageing estates will be demolished and replaced with the same mix of luxury flats and “affordable” housing that have cropped up in Elephant Park, the new private development being built in place of the Heygate, and in which a two-bedroom flat will set you back £659,000. This past weekend David Cameron gave further shape to this plan when he announced a “blitz” on poverty, suggesting the demolition of “sink estates” in favour of more homes for … [Read more...] about Gentrification X: how an academic argument became the people’s protest
Alisha Alam | Apr 6, 2020, 15:56 IST When have you ever stepped out of your house without kajal on? It's one of the basic essential items that every woman has on her at all times. It can instantly help spruce up any look of yours. However, there's just one problem with it. Kajal is prone to smudging. So, sometimes what happens is that you do absolutely nothing to mess it up and you still end up looking like a panda at the end of the day. And that can be embarrassing, can't it? So, if much like us, you're also fed up of kajal smudges, here are some tips to help avoid them. - Invest in a good quality kajal. Opt for one that is smudge-free and long-lasting. Sure, it'll be expensive but it'll also be worth the money.- Wash your face and pat it dry before you apply kajal. Often people with oily skin are more prone to their kajal smudging so washing your face with a gentle cleanser should help ensure that your kajal won't smudge. - Don't apply kajal to the corners of your eyes. If you … [Read more...] about Say goodbye to kajal smudges with the help of these tips!