Since 2007, Jerry Saltz has been the Senior Art Critic for New York Magazine. Before that, starting in 1998, he was Senior Art Critic for the Village Voice. He is a two-time Finalist for the Pulitzer Prize in Criticism and has had two volumes of criticism published. The 2007 winner of the Frank Jewett Mather Award in Art Criticism from the College Art Association, he has lectured widely including at Harvard, the Museum of Modern Art, the Guggenheim Museum, the Whitney Museum of American Art, and many others. He has taught at Columbia University, Yale, RISD, The School of the Art Institute of Chicago, among many others. In addition to having written for Frieze, Parkett, Art in America, and many other publications, he was recently ranked #57 “Most Powerful Person in the Art World” by ArtReview Magazine—one ahead of Jasper Johns.
This talk is part of the American Art Museum’s annual speaker series, the Clarice Smith Distinguished Lectures in American Art.
24K Gold Music performs some songs from the 1970s, and this particular song is a big hit with most attendees at our shows. Cheryl handles the vocals, while the Junior Dance Troupe joins in to add energy to the presentation of “I Will Survive”.
24K Gold Music Shows perform all over Florida in various auditoriums (such as the Lakeland Center, and other Performing Arts Centers across the state), focusing mostly on the central Florida area. They are sometimes available out-of-state for special events if the facilities is large enough to handle the large production. Anyone needing to get in touch with 24K Gold Music Shows can go to the web site at www.C24K.com or send an email to our name (24KgoldMUSICshow) at gmail.com.
24K Gold Music Shows is a 136 person show-team based in Florida. We are a Florida Not-For-Profit corporation. Our shows feature many different styles of performances of top song hits from a period of about 50 years, with special emphasis upon oldies from the 50s, 60s, and 70s. We perform different songs in every show, from a 500 song repertoire list. Our web site is www.C24K.com.
Some people ask why we publish mostly parts of songs (clips), and do not publish very many full length songs. We are trying hard not to end up causing anyone any problems. We DO feel the fair use clause in the copyright laws pertains to what we are doing, since none of us have ever made a penny from performing or working in the shows. We are all volunteers, and LOVE working together as a family! WE LOVE THE MUSIC! All of the income from the shows goes to HELP pay for advertising and production costs, such as the rental of auditoriums, licensing fees to the performing rights organizations, toll free phone lines, credit card acceptance fees, sales tax, insurance, equipment rentals and repairs, etc. However, in spite of the fair use clause, we still try our best to not create problems. If we don’t publish ANY of our videos, then how else can people determine whether they want to attend, and if they don’t attend, then the performing rights organizations will not get much money to pass on to the performers and songwriters).
Russia’s Ministry of Defense has released aerial footage of the aftermath of U.S. air strikes on a Syrian air base.
A U.S. official told the Associated Press all but one of the 59 Tomahawk missiles struck their targets Thursday, hitting multiple aircraft and air shelters, and destroying the fuel area.
The Kremlin, however, said just 23 of 59 missiles reached the Shayrat air base, destroying six Syrian jets but leaving the runway intact. Infrared video captured by drones appears to show several jet fighters surrounded by fires.
The New York Post reports the video also appears to show some above-ground bunkers in western Syria that may have been damaged in the attacks.
President Donald Trump ordered the strikes, fired from two warships in the Mediterranean Sea, in retaliation for Tuesday’s deadly chemical attack, which officials said used chlorine mixed with a nerve agent, possibly sarin.
At least 87 people, including 31 children, were killed in the latest incident from the country’s six-year-long civil war that has left an estimated 400,000 dead.
Secretary of State Rex Tillerson said Thursday there is “no doubt in our minds” that Syrian President Bashar Assad’s government was behind the attack Tuesday that killed dozens of innocent people in rebel-held northern Idlib.
World leaders praised the U.S. missile response while Russian President Vladimir Putin and Iran, both Assad allies, condemned it as an “aggression against a sovereign state in violation of international law.”
Trump said “peace and harmony will prevail” so long as the U.S. continues to stand for justice.
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