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Remembering Carcasse, the website that defined what it meant to be goth in Brazil

The Daily Dot 12 Nov 2021
In Brazil, the gothic movement went through a major reorganization with the help of Carcasse, which hosted a web portal and forum ... For years, Carcasse was the main portal of gothic culture in Brazil and was fundamental in bringing together the so-called "scene"—especially in São Paulo, but it also had ramifications throughout the country.

Work postponed on Page School playground

Newburyport Daily News 06 Oct 2021
WEST NEWBURY — The installation of a much-anticipated playground behind Dr. John C. Page Elementary School has been postponed until next spring ... M.E. O’Brien & Sons Inc ... A public forum to discuss next steps for the historic, but decrepit, neo-Gothic-style brick building on Main Street is slated for the Select Board’s meeting Oct. 25. .

Column: A pile of stacked boxes at the University of Chicago - exhibitionism or architecture?

Chicago Tribune 26 Oct 2020
The new David Rubenstein Forum at the University of Chicago looks nothing like the picturesque Collegiate Gothic buildings at the University of Chicago. Are its stacked boxes exhibitionism or true architecture? ... .

Salonen: Flannery O’Connor shouldn’t be canceled

Post Bulletin 07 Sep 2020
American Southern gothic novelist Flannery O’Connor recently was “canceled” through a barrage of articles after racist sentiments were found in some of her previously unearthed writings ... of American Southern gothic writer Flannery O'Connor, June 2014. Special to The Forum.

Major events reeling from the COVID- 19 pinch

Crested Butte News 20 May 2020
Cancellations, smaller gatherings, virtual events. By Mark Reaman ... The Crested Butte Food and Wine Festival, the Growler bike race in Gunnison, the Public Policy Forum, the Paragon People’s Fair, the Grin-and-Bear-It race and the Gothic to Crested Butte 1/3 Marathon have made the decision to not hold their events this summer ... Late summer hope? ... .

The Forum: Epicenter of the Mighty Roman Empire

Ancient Origins 20 Apr 2020
The Roman Forum was the heart, not only of the city, but also the vast Roman Empire for centuries ... The History of The Roman Forum, Rome. Originally a grassy wetland but drained into the Tiber River in the 7 th century BC, the Forum became the main public space of the city since its foundation in the 8 th century BC ... When in Rome, Visit the Forum.
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