The International Day of Peace, aka World Peace Day, is observed each year on 21 September. It is dedicated to world peace and specifically the absence of war and violence. The day was first celebrated in 1981 and is kept by many nations, political groups, military groups and people all over the world.
Here are some of the world wide events being held to celebrate this auspicious day.
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by Michael Wheeler at Mode
I’m back. For some time now I have not been well. AND that’s why it seems like forever since I posted anything related to show business here on NMi.
I’m a little short of practice but hey-ho lets begin. Um…. er…. with who, what, where, why, when? I know, lets begin with ex Made-In-Chelsea star Kimberley Garner. Her derrière has appeared online today looking about as thick and juicy as a big ol’ plantation peach.
Throughout the years the benefits of women wearing little or no underwear in public has been well documented by the Daily Fail. Historically this has been followed up in numerous blog postings across the globe. Today is no exception.
I know, the first rule of rebooting an old favourite is: DON’T! But if you must, you should put your own spin on it, up the budget a bit and artistically take it to places the original article failed to
Every picture tells a story but for what it’s worth here’s my take: The onshore winds pick up in the mid-afternoon. The paparazzi gather. Position yourself accordingly. After all you’ve got column inches to cover.
Lets face it Kimberley if you flirt about St. Tropez looking like this then at least you know the rent is paid. However it’s the oldest profession in the world.
Mind you if you can get away with calling it ‘consumer merchandising’ on your Instagram page, then best of luck to you.
Tate Modern has a new building. It was designed by Herzog & de Meuron will officially open on Friday 17 June 2016. The new Tate Modern building will display an increasingly international view of modern and contemporary art. There will also be a greater variety of artworks from international artists.
The new Tate Modern building is ten-stories on top of The Tanks and is one of the world’s first gallery spaces dedicated to live art, film and installations. The building’s height responds to the chimney of the existing Tate Modern building. The original building began life back in the 1950s. As a power station.
The twisting, pyramid-like shape will be a fabulous addition to London’s skyline and will offer 60% additional space for visitors to explore. From The Tanks on Level 0 visitors can travel all the way up to Level 10. Once there they will witness the spectacular new roof terrace and a 360-degree view of the river Thames, St Paul’s Cathedral and the entire London skyline.
The façade uses brickwork which matches the surface of the existing museum and yet it creates something radically new – a perforated lattice through which the interior lights of the museum glow in the night sky. The interior features raw concrete folded into the most dramatic of angles.
All in all the new Tate Modern is a stunning way to experience art from around the world.
Architect Jacques Herzog had this to say of his company’s work;
“The form is something between a very rational form and a very irrational form, a pyramidal shape. It’s to do with the geometries of the land parcel, but also angles that will lead people into the galleries.”
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