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It’s a good time to load up your Nintendo Switch with some of the best games available for Nintendo’s hybrid system. The Nintendo Switch shows no sign of slowing down, at least sales-wise, taking the title of the top-selling console for March 2019.

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Zelda: Breath of the Wild Gets Xenoblade DLC Soon

During a Xenoblade Chronicles 2-focused Nintendo Direct today, Nintendo announced new content coming to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, including a Xenoblade-themed outfit.

On November 9, players will be able to download a new side quest that includes a costume based on Rex, the protagonist of Xenoblade Chronicles 2.

Unfortunately, Nintendo still didn’t give a date for the long-awaited Champion’s Ballad DLC, which we least heard is still planned for 2017.

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During a Xenoblade Chronicles 2-focused Nintendo Direct today, Nintendo announced new content coming to The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild, including a Xenoblade-themed outfit.

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26 National Park Wedding Pics That Are Truly A Breath Of Fresh Air

The U.S. national parks are nothing short of majestic with their awe-inspiring mountain ranges, glaciers, canyons, lakes, deserts, waterfalls and wildlife.

Brides and grooms are making the most of these stunning landscapes by saying their “I dos” in or around the parks all across the country. (Just make sure to apply for any necessary permits and follow all park regulations. More on that here.)

Below, 26 national park wedding photos that will leave you speechless.

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A BREATH OF FRESH AIR: PALM BEACH MODERN + CONTEMPORARY INAUGURAL FAIR PRESENTED BY ART MIAMI

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Robert & Shana ParkeHarrison, First of May, 2015, Precipice series, Pigment print, Total edition of 7, 30 x 40 in., 40 x 53 in. Courtesy of Catherine Edelman Gallery.
ParkeHarrisons’ remarkable pigment print is a quintessential surrealist/dada/performance photographic document in which a man receives information over the airwaves and transcribes it at the same time.

Downtown West Palm Beach is a stone’s throw from the tropical island of Palm Beach on the east coast of Florida, close to where the mighty Gulf Stream current of the Atlantic Ocean flows, which helps generate perfect weather during the winter season and makes the area’s air quality arguably the best in the nation. Palm Beach County is one of most popular travel destinations on the Southeastern seaboard, with its pristine beaches, cultural attractions, outstanding restaurants, and distinguished museums and galleries all providing a lively supportive spirit to the vibrant local art scene, which continues to energize the downtown locale. In the last two years, West Palm Beach has received international attention with the celebrated annual CANVAS event, conceived by local gallerist Nicole Henry, in which first class muralists from around the world are commissioned to create remarkable large-scale paintings on available building façades along the city center corridor, making the thriving arts district also one of the world’s most ambitious outdoor museum shows. The community always has been encouraging of art initiatives, including the latest round of a $ 60 million expansion of the nearby Norton Museum of Art, while downtown West Palm Beach is experiencing a construction boom and a renaissance of sorts that has acted as an invisible magnet, drawing in thousands of people who want to enjoy the adventuresome vitality offered by its metropolitan landscape. So, it should be no surprise that the timing is perfect for Art Miami, one of America’s premier art fairs, to set up shop in the very heart of downtown, taking advantage of the creative dynamism this exciting city provides and the traditional strong interest in serious art collecting that is a tradition in the Palm Beaches.

In what seems to be the most anticipated and talked about art event of the Palm Beach season, Art Miami, the longest-running continuous art fair in America, is presenting Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary, which will debut at the fair’s downtown pavilion site on Thursday, January 12th (and run through Sunday the 15th). This highly respected and distinguished showcase for internationally renowned artists will open with a VIP Preview benefiting the Palm Beach Zoo & Conservation Society and sponsored by Christie’s International Real Estate. With a worldwide reputation for excellence, there’s no doubt that a fair from Art Miami coming to Palm Beach County during the height of the season undoubtedly will fill a welcome niche in the local art collecting landscape.

Palm Beach Modern + Contemporary, which will offer investment quality works from the 20th and 21st centuries as well as mid-career artists with impressive auction records, will take place in the modern setting of a 65,000-square-foot clear span pavilion located between CityPlace and the luxurious Hilton West Palm Beach. Centered at the major crossroads of Lakeview Drive and Okeechobee Boulevard at Dixie Highway, this fair city of 100,000 residents and visitors can enjoy at the pavilion a remarkable variety of exemplary work at a major art fair. It’s about time.

A massive, towering white tent covers the entire city block, which is a masterpiece of engineering and a perfect accompaniment to the masterworks that will be on display. An impressive group of international galleries from cities around the world, including Paris, Amsterdam, London and Tokyo will complement the line-up from U.S. cities such as New York, Chicago and Los Angeles. While it’s not possible to explore everything on view, the following is a selection of my favorite artworks:

Robert and Shana ParkeHarrison (work pictured above) have been taking the world by storm over the past six years by creating a totally unique genre within the history of contemporary photography. This talented couple fabricates remarkable fantasies under the guise of environmental narrative performances, using a strong dash of surreal imagination coupled with inventive theatrical constructed stage sets that they meticulously photograph with perfected panache and dynamic dramatic dioramas. Catherine Edelman Gallery, Chicago. (http://edelmangallery.com/)

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Marc Quinn, Ganesh Temple Steps, 2010, Acrylic on canvas, 66 ½ x 100 in. Courtesy Osborne Samuel Gallery.

British artist Marc Quinn creates up close studies of floral compositions and organic materials that seem to transcend traditional conformity with oversized depictions of compositions that are bigger than life. This successful formula also has developed into large standing “flowering sculptures” of an impressive towering scale that are unforgettable. Osborne Samuel Gallery, London. (http://www.osbornesamuel.com/)

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Ed Ruscha, Mountain Standard, 2014, Watercolor. Courtesy ARCHEUS/POST-MODERN

Ed Ruscha not only is considered one of the greatest contemporary artists in California, but is recognized throughout the world as a highly affecting innovator. Ruscha first came to prominence in L.A. in the late 1950s, making small collages that were influenced by those of Rauschenberg and Johns. As the collages were polished and refined, he began employing words and iconic images in unique ways, ultimately discovering a harmonious balance that through recognition allowed the artist to create paintings utilizing single words and phrases as an early pioneer of this genre. ARCHEUS/POST-MODERN, London. (http://www.archeus.co.uk/)

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Andy Warhol, Portrait of Barbara Molasky, 1980, Synthetic ink and silkscreen ink on canvas, 101.6 x 101.6 cm. Courtesy Cordeiros Galeria.

Andy Warhol’s revolutionary style of taking ordinary commercial images and placing them on silkscreened canvas was considered preposterous at first, with his earliest show of Campbell Soup cans imagery eliciting vociferous, negative responses from both the art world and the general public. His early iconic silkscreen portraits of famous personalities like Marilyn, Jackie and Elizabeth Taylor were off-register purposely, but eventually became recognized as brilliant while adorning the covers of Interview magazine. Cordeiros Galeria, Portugal. (http://www.cordeirosgaleria.com/)

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Hendrik Kerstens, Red Turban, 2015, Photograph, Edition of 25,14.5 x 11.8 in. (37 x 30 cm). Courtesy Amstel Gallery.

Another slant on portraiture is Hendrik Kerstens’ twenty-year investigation of photographing his daughter in the style of classic 17th century Dutch painters. Occasionally, these graceful and skillfully composed portraits provoke conversation and curiosity, as he often uses non-traditional materials to recreate the Dutch portraits, such as a grocery bag or paper towels as headpieces. He also has the customary lighting and austerity in his photographs that are reminiscent of masters such as Vermeer. Amstel Gallery, Amsterdam. (http://www.amstelgallery.com/)

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Jill Nathanson, Second Pinwheel, 2016, Acrylic and polymers with oil on panel, 22 x 16 in. Courtesy Berry Campbell Gallery.

Jill Nathanson is a talented painter who makes magic on canvas by using a technique of poured polymer, which forms overlapping layers of translucency that provide unfamiliar albeit fresh gorgeous hues and are delightful to examine and savor. Over the last four decades, she has deepened her study of color dynamics through methodically delving into chance and risk to ultimately create unity. Berry Campbell, New York. (http://www.berrycampbell.com/)

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Anthony Caro, Table Piece CCCXCI – Ledge, 1977 – 1978, Steel, rusted and varnished, 46 x 67 x 23 ½ in. Courtesy C. Grimaldis Gallery.

Anthony Caro is one of the titans who played a pivotal role in the development of 20th century sculpture. He is a well-respected abstract sculptor who came to the public’s attention with a show at the Whitechapel Gallery in 1963, where he exhibited large abstract works that stood directly on the ground. He joins Mark di Suvero and Chamberlain in providing history with a completely new voice from the way sculpture was previously perceived, and he was remarkably influential in the development of three-dimensional art. C. Grimaldis Gallery, Baltimore. (http://www.cgrimaldisgallery.com/)

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Thomas Downing, Untitled, 1959, Magna on canvas, 77 5/8 x 92 in. © Thomas Downing. Courtesy CONNERSMITH.

Thomas Downing, like Anthony Caro, was a great explorer of forms and movement, and this untitled painting on canvas of repeat dot irregular patterns is historically a fascinating picture when you consider it was executed prior to 1960, over forty years before Yayoi Kusuma’s overall dot paintings and Damien Hirst’s recent massive spot paintings. The only real difference is that the work illustrated here seems far superior and engagingly more handsome than others who incorporate spots. CONNERSMITH., Washington D.C. (http://www.connersmith.us.com/)

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Damien Hirst, I’m in Love for the First Time, 1999, 96 in. diameter. Courtesy Arcature Fine Art.

Damien Hirst has been the art world’s enfant terrible whose eclectic vision and preoccupation with life and death have manifested itself in subjects such as floating sharks in formaldehyde to prescription pill cabinets that could either cure you or kill you. Fortunately, butterflies are safe and incredibly beautiful themes that like Hirst’s identifiable spots, have become striking iconic monuments in contemporary art. Arcature Fine Art, Palm Beach. (http://arcaturefineart.com/)

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Zelda: Breath of the Wild May Launch in June 2017

The Legend of Zelda: Breath of the Wild could launch this coming June, if an online retailer listing is any indication.

According to Target’s online store, the Wii U version of Breath of the Wild will release on June 13. This listing adds weight to the recent rumor that Zelda may not be a Nintendo Switch launch game, while a new Mario game might be instead.

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Body, Breath and Consciousness

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The articles in this collection are written by experts in the field of somatics and focus on somatic psychology and the connection between body and mind in the therapeutic process. Macnaughton identifies the complex and diverse forces at play, both in the internal and external processes people go through during their lives. These forces are the elements of self-somatic, emotional, mental, interpersonal, social and spiritual.

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How Meditation and Breath of Fire Will Help You Become a Master of Your Art

For the last few years I have been doing vipassana meditation and a breathing technique called breath of fire every morning and evening. These exercises have calmed me down and have increased my creativity in ways that I never before could have imagined.

Vipassana Meditation was created by the Buddha over 2,500 years ago and is still taught for free at centers and retreats throughout the world. Breath of Fire is a three minute breathing exercise that is a part of Kundalini Yoga.

Being Creative is like fishing in an Ocean. You are lucky if you can catch a fish. I consider catching a fish like catching a great idea. You can catch ideas, but how many of them are actually good and how many of them can you put together to make a project that is substantial? It could take months before you have one great song or one great script or one great flow of ideas that make you proud.

If you do breath of fire for three minutes daily within six months you will not be fishing in an ocean, you will be fishing in a fish tank. All your ideas will be right there in front of you. You will be able to grasp them more quickly and more easily. You will not spend weeks or months trying to find the fishes. You will find the great ideas in days or even hours. Imagine that? Imagine being able to hold onto and mold great ideas within days?

If you add twenty minutes of vipassana meditation daily on top of the three minutes of breath of fire in six months you will be fishing in a fish tank that is lighted. Now you are playing the game of creativity with ease and joy. Imagine being able to see all your ideas with such ease and also being able to connect the ideas?

Making a decision is a difficult trait for most creative types. We have so many ideas that we want to pursue that focus is often difficult. With breath of fire and meditation you will know which ideas to focus on and which ideas to discard. You will be able to clearly see how ideas match with each other and you will be able to clearly see how past ideas might now work with current ideas. You will become a Master of your Art.

I am now at such peace and ease with my life. My creative process is so fulfilling and enjoyable. I am OK with myself and that in itself is very important. Creative types have been known to be very hard on themselves. From Jim Belushi to Kurt Cobain to Robin Williams; we have seen our fair share of creative types being out of control. With meditation and breathing, I believe the suicide rates amongst creatives will disappear and the amount of ease and joy will increase.

One must enjoy their creative process. One must love their creative process. And one must be fulfilled in their creative process. Breath of Fire and Vipassana Meditation helps us achieve these goals.

For more information on Vipassana Meditation you can go to www.dhamma.org. For more information on Breath of Fire, you can take a Kundalini Yoga class at your local yoga studio.

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Long-Lost Honeymoon Photos From 1939 Will Take Your Breath Away

The bride did not wear white, there was no online registry, and guests certainly didn’t use a wedding hashtag.

It was 1939; England was on the brink of World War II and Margaret and Denys Gardiner were simply in love. After their wedding, the giddy newlyweds drove around the English countryside for a few weeks before the world was catapulted into chaos.

Their honeymoon photos, thought to be lost for the last 75 years, were recently found by the couple’s grandson, Barney Britton, while cleaning out his grandmother’s attic. They were shot in color — a novelty at the time — using 35mm Agfacolor film.

The photos below tell the story of their honeymoon.

Margaret and Denys were married at the Church of the Holy Trinity in Hampstead, London in April 1939.

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Credit: Barney Britton

In August 1939, Margaret and Denys embarked on a road trip around England in their Morris Eight Convertible, along with their cat Edgar.

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Credit: Barney Britton

The road trip took them from London through Norfolk, Lincolnshire and Yorkshire. The couple, pictured here in Yorkshire, often camped on stops. You can see Edgar the cat below.

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Credit: Barney Britton

The trip was documented by the couple’s cousin-twice-removed, Eldred, who was an accomplished photographer. This is one of the better preserved slides — a photo of the Flamborough Cliffs in Yorkshire.

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Credit: Barney Britton

Margaret, aged 26, was trained as a nurse and worked in aid stations and hospitals during WWII. Here she is greeted by some local children during her honeymoon on a stop in either in Norfolk or Yorkshire.

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Here Denys buys some ice cream in Norfolk for himself, his new wife and Eldred to cool off with.

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Credit: Barney Britton

The new couple has a romantic picnic under the trees in Lincolnshire.

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Credit: Barney Britton

A stop in Yorkshire, where Denys is seen walking away from the camera.

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Credit: Barney Britton

Driving along a windy road in Norfolk, the yellow fields beaming with color.

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Credit: Barney Britton

Denys stops to help as local farmers remove some uncooperative hay from the road — their version of a traffic jam.

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Credit: Barney Britton

Here the happy couple stops in the town of Shernbourne. This is one of the best preserved slides of the entire collection and a favorite of the couple’s grandson. The sign pictured was removed during WWII, possibly in wartime efforts to inconvenience the enemy. A replica now stands it its place.

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Credit: Barney Britton

A stop in the beautiful market town of Wolsingham in County Durham.

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Credit: Barney Britton

Finally, the couple is seen here riding off into the sunset. Shortly after the trip ended, on September 1, 1939, Hitler and Germany invaded Poland. On September 3rd, Great Britain declared war on Germany.

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Credit: Barney Britton

Britton tells The Huffington Post that Denys did not fight in WWII. He suffered severe tuberculosis as a child and remained in England as part of the Home Guard.

Expected to die young, Denys proved many wrong and lived to be 79; he died in 1995. His wife, Margaret lived to be 100; she died in February of this year.

To see their entire trip, check out the slideshow below and to read more check out Britton’s post on DPReview.

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Draw Another Breath (It might be your last)

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This novel contains scenes of graphic violence and is intended for adult reading. Jeff Bravis walked away from the minimum security federal prison camp on a visiting day, drove from the parking lot in a car he paid a guard to leave for him with the keys in the visor. He switched the car for a Jeep he stole in the casino parking lot in Lincoln City, Oregon and drove down the coast with one thought in mind. He had to find out where the key was to his deceased father’s safe, and an ex-CIA agent holed up in the jungle had a clue. This one-minded pursuit would lead Jeff to Central America with as diverse a group of thugs as had ever congregated for one mission. The techie genius who didn’t care who got blown up along the way, as long as he could feed his desire to play and win at Texas Hold Em. Two grizzled bikers down on their luck and between armed robberies. A fitness trainer/prostitute who fled Vegas after she accidentally killed a cop who came to arrest her ex-boyfriend. And finally Jeff’s high school buddy Eddie and his girlfriend, fresh from stealing high-end cars in Southern California. Follow them into the jungle of Guatemala, each in search of their own personal treasures, and all claiming to be there only to aid Jeff find his elusive key. Some of them will never return to the United States alive, but they’ll all do their part to make sure it’s the other guy who dies.

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