Category Archive: Tattooist


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Jan
27

#Balancetontatoueur: one of the accused tattooists files a complaint against the Instagram account which wanted to break the omerta – Inspired…

the essential A few months ago, a young woman, tattoo artist in Paris, created a page on Instagram, Balance your tattoo artist, with the aim of identifying testimonies concerning insults, mockery or alleged assaults during meetings at a tattoo artist. Since the creation of this account, the languages are loosened

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Jan
27

The Trafford creative hub still managing to inspire in lockdown – Messenger Newspapers

DESPITE lockdowns, Richard Evans, the Creative Industries Officer at Creative Industries, Trafford (CIT) has overseen several successful events. A former freelancer with Redeye, the photography network and the much missed Design Initiative, he joined CIT in 2006, for a while doing all three jobs together.

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Jan
27

Irish booksellers have record year as lockdown helps boost sales – The Irish Times

Covid restrictions: social distancing at Hodges Figgis bookshop in Dublin last May. Photograph: Laura Hutton The Covid-19 pandemic contributed to a stellar year for the Irish book trade in 2020, with sales and revenue higher than at any time since the days of the Celtic Tiger

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Jan
27

Who is Carl Woods? Katie Prices boyfriend and former Love Island star – The Sun

CARL Woods looked for love on Love Island but instead he has hit the jackpot with beau Katie Price. The pair have been dating since June 2020 and has been very supportive to Katie, 42, while she looks after her ill son Harvey.

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Jan
27

Holocaust Memorial Day: The books to read, from The Volunteer to Night – The Independent

Holocaust Memorial Day (HMD) commemorated annually on 27 January is dedicated to the remembrance of those who were killed in the Holocaust under Nazi persecution and takes place on the anniversary of the liberation of Auschwtiz concentration camp. In recent years the scope has widened to include all victims of genocides, notably Cambodia, Rwanda, Bosnia, Darfur and China. The latter being the ongoing plight of Uighur Muslims, which is frighteningly similar to the brutal treatment towards Jews during the Holocaust

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Jan
25

Debut Australian author releases the incredible true WWII story of ‘Anna Und Gunther’ – NewsMaker

Anna und Gunther is the first novel by Australian author Jacob Hendryx, to be released globally by Osmond Press on February 1st, 2021. It is a historical fiction based on a true story that follows the separate storylines of two children forced to grow up too young in Germany during World War IIand the subsequent Cold War.

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Jan
25

In Remembrance of the Holocaust: Books, Films, Music – The Corvallis Advocate

January 27 marks International Holocaust Remembrance Day. It is a single day in which the people around the world can pause and remember that millions died in a madmans bloody dream.

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Jan
20

Seven things I’d like my readers to know about me by Carly Schabowski – FemaleFirst.co.uk

20 January 2021 I secretly love Magnum PI. Not the new show.

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Jan
20

Tattooist publicly shames customer who tried to get away without paying ‘due to Covid’ – Mirror Online

A tattooist publicly shamed a customer after claiming they used coronavirus to try and get free art work.

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Jan
20

Pony chokes to death on potato after walkers ignore ‘do not feed’ signs – Manchester Evening News

The owner of a pony that choked to death in Oldham has pleaded with people not to ignore do not feed signs.

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