Load remaining images Rising Ethno-fusion/Glitch-hop/Downtempo star CloZee stopped by Stella Blue’s in New Haven to play an intimate show with friends Rasp5 (trip-hop lyricist) and fellow producer Nocturnal Status before catching a plane back to France, capping off a busy and successful two-month tour across the country. Fans in the area were eager to catch show, her last scheduled in the northeast for the time being. Appreciating the intimacy and energy in the small venue, she brought a high energy set awhile also sharing moments with everyone in the crowd around her.CloZee will be playing shows in her native country of France until July 22nd, when she returns to the states for Camp Winnarainbow in CA.
Elaborately dressed as elegant skeletons and wearing “sugar skull” makeup or just party clothes, guests filled the Peabody Museum of Archaeology & Ethnology’s Latin American galleries on Saturday night. Once a year, the Peabody Museum partners with the Mexican Consulate in Boston to celebrate Day of the Dead with a fiesta. This year, guests were treated to live music by eight members of student group Mariachi Véritas de Harvard and Trio Olin.During Day of the Dead, the souls of departed loved ones are welcomed back to earth for a few special hours. In Mexico, families prepare altars at home and travel to their loved ones’ graves which they decorate with bright yellow marigolds, family photos, candles, religious images, offerings of food and drink, and even special objects loved by the deceased in life. Read Full Story
More from newsParks and wildlife the new lust-haves post coronavirus23 hours agoNoosa’s best beachfront penthouse is about to hit the market23 hours ago Brookfield Residential Properties general manager Lee Butterworth said the success of the project proved that quality, riverfront property was in high demand in Brisbane.“Turning the sod on Gallery House One is a major milestone — made all the more significant by the fact we have simultaneously successfully launched the second phase of the project, Gallery House Two,” he said.“We have partnered with Multiplex to build these apartments to the highest standard and are looking forward to delivering our buyers their dream home.”Brookfield Residential Properties has already delivered six apartment buildings at the neighbouring Portside Wharf retail and residential community.Mr Butterworth said the company’s footprint in Northshore Hamilton would eventually total $1.3 billion — making up a fifth of the entire $5 billion urban renewal project, the largest of its kind in Queensland.The Northshore Hamilton Priority Development Area (PDA) covers 304 hectares of land, with a two kilometre river frontage. Developments are assessed and approved by Economic Development Queensland.“Brookfield recognised the potential of the Hamilton riverfront early and moved to control up to six hectares of unused State land that we have transformed from a disused industrial area into a thriving waterfront community,” Mr Butterworth said.“Our Portside Wharf development was the catalyst for the rejuvenation of Northshore Hamilton and a transformative project for the entire suburb.“Gallery House will continue this legacy, ensuring the Hamilton riverfront builds on its reputation of offering some of the best living opportunities in Queensland.”Gallery House One offers one, two, three and four bedroom apartments with balconies up to 240sq m. The building is topped with a residents-only rooftop sanctuary featuring resort-style amenities, including a 20 metre infinity pool, lounge and barbecue area.Remaining apartments in Gallery House One start from $419,000, with two penthouses available starting from $2.295 million. L-R Graham Cottam (Multiplex), Greg Chemello (EDQ) and Lee Brookfield Residential Properties general manager, Lee Butterworth, at the official sod-turning to mark the start of construction at Gallery House One.CONSTRUCTION at Brookfield Residential Properties’ Gallery House One project has begun, with the first sod turned yesterday.The start of works on the $140 million tower, which is now 80 per cent sold, comes as the project’s second and final tower — Gallery House Two — debuts to the market with $34 million in sales from registered buyers. Both towers, when completed, will form part of the $5 billion Northshore Hamilton riverfront precinct redevelopment.