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Homes and gardens events around Portland: Dahlia festival, iris sale and more

Story and Stroll: a.m.-: p.m. Thursdays and Fridays through Sept. . This program integrates nature exploration, art, literature, movement and outdoor play. Register in the Nature Center minutes before the program starts. Tryon Creek State Natural Area, S.W. Terwilliger Blvd.; oregonstateparks Free Garden Tours at Pittock Mansion: a.m.- p.m. second and fourth Saturdays of each month through

Triple Five Group Hires Second Executive From Neiman Marcus’ Fashion Ranks

Triple Five Group, the developer, owner and manager of West Edmonton Mall, the Mall of America in Bloomington, Minn., and the upcoming American Dream in East Rutherford, N.J., on Monday said it has hired Ty LaRoche, former fashion market editor responsible for women’s ready-to-wear of Neiman Marcus, as creative director of fashion and design. La Roche

All-Star art: Design company captures eye of MLB and players

LAKEWOOD, OHIO — With Major League Baseball s All-Star Game right around the corner here in Cleveland, one design company is taking their art skills to the big leagues. George Vlosich of GV Art and Design is already settling in and eyeing up his next big idea. “Since I was two-years-old, my dad stuck a

Women’s football: to grow the game, don’t banish it to pay-TV

English national football teams going out in the semi-final of a major competition is nothing new. In fact, it has happened in successive women’s world cups in and and with the men in . But this time the mood feels different – England’s women, the “Lionesses”, have taken their nation on an incredible ride. An

‘American Positivity’: Baseball Popular With British Fans

LONDON — America s national pastime made a positive impression on British fans the first time they got to see the game up close and personal on British soil. That may have been helped by a warm, picture-perfect day in often overcast London — baseball weather at its best, played on a midsummer s eve

Mexico accuses Carolina Herrera fashion house of cultural appropriation

The Mexican government has accused American fashion house Carolina Herrera of “cultural appropriation,” claiming its latest collection used designs created by the country’s indigenous communities. Mexico’s Culture Ministry said the designs used in the Resort 2020 collection held personal meaning to some indigenous people, in a letter sent to the company’s founder, Herrera, and its

Russian revolutionary? Natalia Goncharova at Tate Modern

“I shake the dust from my feet and leave the west, considering its vulgarising significance trivial and insignificant. My path is towards the source of all art, the east. The west has taught me one thing: everything it has is from the east!” That was the war-cry of ambitious young Russian painter Natalia Goncharova in