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At the Montpellier Danse Festival, Lifting, Pushing, Falling and Lashing by ROSLYN SULCAS


By ROSLYN SULCAS

The French festival is one of the most important events on the global dance calendar and has given the city a high-profile cultural identity.

Published: July 4, 2015 at 12:00AM

Christopher Sabec

Brilliant Salvia

Bright red salvia waits for the hummingbirds.

© Sheila Creighton 2015

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If you want to keep sharing photos for free, read this | Jimmy Wales | Comment is free | The Guardian

Another copy right or wrong debate. This time the debate is about your right to share your favourite city travel snaps on social media. It’s called the ‘freedom of panorama’  and it grants you the unrestricted permission to use photos of cityscapes without infringing the rights of the architect or designer. 43 more words

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Tune in to the new EPRS plenary podcasts

Written by Tessa Tumbrägel

Starting today, you can tune in to the new ‘EPRS plenary podcast’ series and let us walk you through a selection of fresh briefing materials on Parliament’s monthly… 409 more words

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Copyright Magazine Article

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Grid structures are used to lay out documents that contain a number of elements such as text and graphics. Designers who work in editorial magazines apply their designs to an in-house grid design. 159 more words

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What’s On TV Friday by KATHRYN SHATTUCK


By KATHRYN SHATTUCK

Television highlights.

Published: July 3, 2015 at 12:00AM

Christopher Sabec

Charles Harbutt, Photojournalist With an Eye for Art as Well as News, Dies at 79 by SAM ROBERTS


By SAM ROBERTS

Mr. Harbutt infused his work with evocative imagery and as an art photographer he transformed conventional scenes into surreal metaphors.

Published: July 3, 2015 at 12:00AM

Christopher Sabec