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Art in 2020: The exhibitions hotlist

Image copyright Getty/National Gallery Image caption An exhibition of work by Titian will be a highlight of the National Gallery’s 2020 calendar Let’s start in Bath at the Holburne museum, for an exhibition of Grayson Perry’s early work in a show with the Adrian Mole-ish subtitle, The Pre-Therapy Years. Should be good. Planning for it started with a public appeal in 2018 to source the Turner Prize-winning potter’s early ceramic works made between 1982 and the mid-1990s. The artist visited and inspected the haul, sorted the fakes from the legit…

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Three mountain lions killed after they ate human remains near a popular hiking trail in Arizona

(CNN)Officials in Arizona killed three mountain lions who ate human remains close to a popular hiking trail. The mountain lions are not suspected of killing the victim, Game & Fish officials said. Authorities are trying to determine what happened on the trail, the sheriff’s department said. “Mountain lions are not routinely scavengers. A mountain lion eating human remains is abnormal behavior. Those that do are more likely to attack a human being in the future,” Game & Fish Department Regional Supervisor Raul Vega said in a statement provided to CNN…

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Hikers in California’s Sierra Nevada found the remains of a Japanese internee from World War II

(CNN)In early October, two hikers were traversing an alpine path, high in California’s Sierra Nevada range, when the unexpected happened: they stumbled upon human remains. That’s where the story takes another unusual turn. The remains belonged to Giichi Matsumura, a Japanese man who had lived in an internment camp for those of Japanese ancestry during World War II, according to a DNA analysis by the Department of Justice. He disappeared in 1945 The 46-year-old Matsumura was living with his family and 11,000 other incarcerated Japanese at the Manzanar War Relocation…

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The Most Popular Hike In Los Angeles – Runyon Canyon! My Family’s Nightmare There! | Perez Hilton – Perez Hilton

Hiking is a great way to be active AND it’s free! We thought it’d be fun to do with the kids and it turned into sheer chaos! Perez got hurt! There was blood! Mia ended up in tears and refused to walk! But we did run into a celeb! Runyon Canyon is the most popular hiking destination in all of Los Angeles. Let Perez and fam give you a tour and some LOLs! Watch! Enjoy! SHARE! And CLICK HERE to check out more of our family videos! Related Posts Nerf…

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Teen survives 30 hours in snowy Utah mountains

(CNN)Nicolas Stacy-Alcantara had planned to be back in time for dinner. “It was gradual. … I noticed the snow was getting deeper and deeper as I was hiking,” he said. Eventually his feet started to feel frozen, and that made him stop. He then realized that he would need tosurvive the night outdoors. He said he found a tree and dug a cave under it. Concerned about hypothermia and losing consciousness, he tapped his hands to his chest to stay warm and set timers on his phone for every 30…

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