Category Archive: Tattooist


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Aug
06

ARTIST: Zachary Ian Garden featured in The Art of Tattooists – The News Herald

Tattoo artist digs deep for images with true meaning Zachary Ian Garden described himself as a lifelong creative, but he first became serious about art when he got his first job at a tattoo shop in 2007. Garden, 32, is one of the local tattoo artists featured in The Art of Tattooists, the new exhibition opening Friday, Aug. 7, at the Panama City Center for the Arts.

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Aug
06

Coronavirus rules for beauticians, tattooists and massage therapists explained – Plymouth Live

There are a number of new rules in place for those who provide certain services, including tattooists, beauticians, massage therapists, tailors and barbers. But the baffling regulations have confused many after Boris Johnson revoked the green light for 'close contact' services to resume, which has seen many unable to return to work. The guidance aims to protect employers, employees and clients and ensure that social distancing is maintained where possible, with many services, such as waxing, difficult to do so

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Aug
06

Top reads and audio books available from Tipperary Library online services – TipperaryLive.ie

The staff at Tipperary Co. Co. Library Service have been very busy this week and there are plenty new activities to enjoy for the kids online as part of our Summer Stars celebrations

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Aug
06

Hull’s Paragon Arcade full for the first time in 30 years – Yorkshire Post

BusinessConsumer The Paragon Arcade in Hull is at full capacity for the first time in three decades after four new businesses confirmed they would open there.

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Aug
02

Join a Zoom reading by The Poets Corner – PenBayPilot.com

Celebrated tattooist, Latin teacher, and author of the memoirSigh, Gone,Phuc Tran will be among the readers on The Poets Corner (www.thepoetscorner.org) on Sunday, Aug.

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Aug
02

Book Riot’s Deals of the Day for August 2, 2020 – Book Riot

our Kindle Unlimited 1-year subscription giveaway! This edition of Daily Deals is sponsored by our Kindle Unlimited 1-year subscription giveaway! Today's Featured Deals $4.99Circe by Madeline Miller Get This Deal $1.99An American Marriage by Tayari Jones Get This Deal $4.99Less by Andrew Sean Greer Get This Deal $1.99Wicked Fox by Kat Cho Get This Deal In case you missed yesterday's most popular deals $4.99The Price Guide to the Occult by Leslye Walton Get This Deal $1.99Sawkill Girls by Claire Legrand Get This Deal Previous Daily Deals Ayesha At Last by Uzma Jalauddin for $4.99 The Paragon Hotel by Lyndsay Faye for $4.99 In An Absent Dream by Seanan McGuire for $2.99 The Ballad of Black Tom by Victor LaValle for $3.99 Silent in the Grave by Deanna Raybourn for $1.99 Shadow of the Fox by Julie Kagawa for $1.99 Dear America by Jose Antonio Vargas for $3.99 How to Find Love in a Bookshop by Veronica Henry for $1.99 Yaqui Delgado Wants to Kick Your Ass by Meg Medina for $2.99 The Rosie Project by Graeme Simsion for $2.99 The Fifth Season by N. K.

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Aug
01

‘Altered Carbon: Resleeved’: Release date, plot, cast, trailer and all you need to know about the Netflix anime spin-off – News Lagoon

Netflix premiered the official trailer for animated spin-off movie, Altered Carbon: Resleeved. The trailer comes close on the heels of the second season of TV show Altered Carbon that premiered last month on Netflix

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Aug
01

Coronavirus: What are the latest lockdown rules in the UK nations? – Sky News

Boris Johnson says he is squeezing "the brake pedal" on the loosening of lockdown restrictions in England after a rise in cases in some areas and concerns that the R number may be above 1. The UK nations make their own decisions on coronavirus restrictions - so how do things stand in each country? ENGLAND Changes just announced: - Face masks to become mandatory in most public indoor settings from 8 August, such as museums, cinemas and places of worship - Casinos, bowling alleys and skating rinks reopening pushed from 1 August to 15 August at the earliest - Wedding receptions for up to 30 people also delayed from planned date of 1 August until further notice - Plans to allow limited numbers of people into theatres and sport stadiums also put on hold Northwest England: - People in Greater Manchester, East Lancashire and parts of West Yorkshire banned from meeting others from different households in homes or private gardens (except where there's a support bubble) - Socialising with people from other households in indoor public places such as pubs, restaurants, shops and places of worship should also be avoided - Care homes should not be visited Leicester: - Remaining restrictions to be lifted from 3 August to come into line with rest of England - For example, restaurants, cafes, pubs, hotels, gyms, hairdressers - currently forced to shut after a flare-up in the area - can reopen Luton: - Similar to the above, national lockdown guidance to apply from 1 August after temporary measures were imposed in the town Things you can still do: - Travel with a mandatory face covering or mask on public transport - Visit businesses such as hairdressers, tattooists, spas, tanning salons, and all shops - with a face mask - Go to pubs and restaurants outside and inside while - as ever - observing social distancing - Use outdoor pools and indoor gyms - Gather in groups of up to six people in public or private outdoor spaces - Form a "support bubble" with one other household - meeting inside and staying overnight - if they live alone or are a single parent with a child under 18 - Go on foreign holidays to dozens of countries on a government list without having 14 days' quarantine when you get back SCOTLAND Changes just announced: - The Scottish government has advised against all but essential travel to virus hotspots in northern England Things you can still do: - Outdoors, you can meet in groups of up to 15, from up to five different households, observing the two-metre rule - Indoors, eight people from three different households can meet.

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Jul
09

City-based tattooist blames government bias and lack of understanding for being unable to re-open yet – Peterborough Telegraph

Masked up and ready to go - tattooist Hayley Evans. EMN-200807-130138001 Although many hospitality and service businesses have been allowed to reopen under guidance from July 4, people such as tattooists, nail bars and beauty salons have not, due to the close proximity of their work

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Jul
09

Town’s new 11m market tipped to thrive through ‘economic storm’ – Warrington Guardian

THE 11 million Warrington Market in the heart of the town opened its doors on Monday on a momentous day. After years in the making, the Covid-19 secure site welcomed residents from across the borough.

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