Louis Barthelemy’s fabrics capture Senegalese wrestling

Louis Barthelemy is no stranger to duets. His new exhibition “Mbër Yi / The Wrestlers” at the Théodore Monod African Art Museum in Dakar reflects, as the wallpaper* narrates, “a powerful connection of bodies intertwined with nature.” It explores the “omnipresent duality of light and dark, life and death, mastery and abandonment in the game”. … Read more

Inter Miami lost a preseason scrimmage 4-0 to St. Louis City

Inter Miami forward Ari Lassiter dribbles the ball against St. Louis City in preseason scrimmage January 28, 2023 at Miami’s training facility in Fort Lauderdale. Miami lost 4-0. It was just a quarrel. As many as five players expected at Inter Miami – including striker Josef Martinez – have yet to play. So, a 4-0 … Read more

Dr. Louis E. Grenzer Sr., Baltimore cardiologist and author of Study Guide for Medical Students – The Baltimore Sun, dies

Dr. Louis E. Grenzer Sr., a retired Baltimore cardiologist who wrote a study and review guide for the cardiology board exam and was an accomplished banjo player and videographer, died of cardiac arrest on January 3 at University of Maryland St. Joseph Medical. Center in Tucson. He was 81 years old. “Louis Grenzer was a … Read more

Louis Vuitton fixes up stores with Yayoi Kusama polkadots

Luxury brand Louis Vuitton has transformed its stores worldwide to launch its highly anticipated capsule collection with Japanese contemporary artist Yayoi Kusama. The launch of this collaboration saw the redecoration of a number of flagship stores around the world with Kusama’s signature polka-dot figures, life-like animatronics of Kusama’s paint in shop windows, and an inflatable … Read more

Major focus of sustainability in the construction of the Neurosciences Research Building – Washington University School of Medicine in St. Louis

Visit the news center The facility is on track for LEED Gold certification Matt Miller Ironworkers Curtis Williams and Jason Johnson, both of Local 396, installed bar windows in the northeast corner of the Neurosciences Research Building. Ribbon windows—windows that form a horizontal band across the building—break up the facade and discourage bird strikes. Millions … Read more