Day: February 11, 2021

Annual Love at the Glove art show goes virtual | SIU

Love at the Glove

Love at the Glove organizer Bill Sieber, left, speaks to a guest at the 2019 art show. The annual Love at the Glove, which is always held around Valentine’s Day, is going virtual this year due to the pandemic.

CARBONDALE — Love at the Glove has for more than 20 years been a spirited and somewhat risqué celebration of art featuring pieces focused on matters of the heart.

Whether it be romance, heartbreak, anatomy or subjects of a more risqué nature, the Surplus Gallery at Southern Illinois University’s Glove Factory on Washington Street in Carbondale presents both 2-dimensional and 3-dimensional art installations, as well as performance art pieces, around Valentine’s Day every year.

While the event took a three-year hiatus from 2015 to 2017, Bill Sieber, a recent MFA graduate of SIU’s School of Art and Design, brought Love at the Glove

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Rosenblatt Securities Increases World Wrestling Entertainment (NYSE:WWE) Price Target to $62.00

World Wrestling Entertainment (NYSE:WWE) had its price objective upped by equities research analysts at Rosenblatt Securities from $50.00 to $62.00 in a research note issued to investors on Tuesday, Analyst Price Targets reports. The firm presently has a “buy” rating on the stock. Rosenblatt Securities’ price target indicates a potential upside of 7.94% from the company’s current price.

Other equities research analysts have also recently issued research reports about the company. Zacks Investment Research raised World Wrestling Entertainment from a “sell” rating to a “hold” rating and set a $55.00 target price on the stock in a report on Thursday, January 21st. MKM Partners dropped their target price on World Wrestling Entertainment from $58.00 to $50.00 in a report on Tuesday, October 6th. Berenberg Bank started coverage on World Wrestling Entertainment in a report on Wednesday, September 30th. They set a “buy” rating on the stock. Barclays started coverage on

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Black History Month: The Arts

“We survived because of our perseverance. That is reflected in our art, that is reflected in our music, that is reflected in our literature. And the list goes on.”

MIDLAND, Texas (ABC Big 2/Fox 24) – African American art forms have become deeply rooted in our lives. We checked in with those in our community, who dedicate their time to educate and keep their culture alive.

From jazz and rap to vibrant paintings and ethic dances, African American contributions to mainstream media are endless.

“We survived because of our perseverance,” said James Fuller. “That is reflected in our art, that is reflected in our music, that is reflected in our literature. And the list goes on.”

Robbyne and James Fuller are CEOs of the Midland African American Roots Historical/Cultural Arts

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