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  1. David Zwirner announces publication of new Jan Schoonhoven book and launch at NYPLRead the original story

    Sunday Apr 19 | Art Daily

    In the work of Dutch artist Jan Schoonhoven, wroteThe New York Times art critic Roberta Smith in 1999, A'clarity and purity reign.A' Born in Delft in 1914 and regarded as one of the most important Dutch artists of the twentieth century despite being relatively unknown in the United States, Schoonhoven was an active and influential player in the course of major European post-War developments in art, particularly related to monochromatic, serialized abstraction. His early abstract drawings, influenced by the work of Paul Klee, eventually evolved into spare, delicate, and often grid-based papier mA chA reliefs.


  2. Dutch Student Named Global Student Entrepreneur of the YearRead the original story

    Friday Apr 17 | Sys-Con Media

    The award gala took place this evening at the National Museum of Women in the Arts in Washington, D.C. Henskes, a 24-year-old Vrije Universiteit student, competed against a field of 2,000 students from 38 countries through a series of national and regional competitions. Tonight he received $20,000 from EO to help Henskes successfully continue on his entrepreneurial journey, and access to the EO's global network of 10,000+ business owners worldwide.


  3. Rick Steves' EuropeRead the original story

    Wednesday Apr 15 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    RICK STEVES' EUROPE offers a fresh perspective on the best travel advice, including where to stay, what to see and how to get around in Europe. Rick Steves shares his extensive knowledge of European history, art and culture.


  4. Netherlands remembers the 1994 genocide against the TutsiRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Apr 13 | Abiwacu

    The Embassy of the Republic of Rwanda in the Netherlands started the 21st commemoration program last week on the April 7th of with the Kwibuka21 event held at the Unesco-IHE University in Delft, organized in cooperation with the Rwandan students at this university. Professor Stefan Uhlembrool and Guy Beajot reminded that one cannot deny Genocide against Tutsi.


  5. Windwheel in the sky: Someday, people could live in this silent turbineRead the original story w/Photo

    Saturday Apr 11 | Digital Trends

    Jonathan Creek was a British TV series about a magician who solved crimes and lived in a windmill. That last part sounds like a gimmick, but if all goes according to plan with a proposed Rotterdam attraction, many people could be living in a bladeless turbine.


  6. Cepezed transforms turn-of-the-century industrial buildings into the...Read the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 7 | Inhabitat

    Delft-based cepezed architects transformed the former Museum of Technology at the Ezelsveldlaan in Delft into a complex made up of office spaces , one of which is currently occupied by the architects themselves. The buildings acquired the status of a national monument and are one among several other renovation projects in the Netherlands done by cepezed.


  7. Turn cracks into characterRead the original story w/Photo

    Tuesday Apr 7 | Beach Metro Community News

    Spring is the season of rebirth, of new beginnings and an optimism that you can feel in the air. I love to start new projects in spring.


  8. Book review: Tactical Urbanism. Short-term Action for Long-term ChangeRead the original story w/Photo

    Friday Apr 3 | We make money not art

    Publisher Island Press writes : Short-term, community-based projects--from pop-up parks to open streets initiatives--have become a powerful and adaptable new tool of urban activists, planners, and policy-makers seeking to drive lasting improvements in their cities and beyond. These quick, often low-cost, and creative projects are the essence of the Tactical Urbanism movement.


  9. Strange but True: Study shows Alcatraz escapees may have survived a or maybe notRead the original story w/Photo

    Monday Mar 30 |

    ... disappearance of the convicts wasn't the team's intention," said coastal scientist Fedor Baart of Delft, Netherlands. Rather, they were studying how future sea-level rise might affect industries on the banks of the bay, enabling them to predict how ...


  10. Rick Steves' EuropeRead the original story

    Saturday Mar 28 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    RICK STEVES' EUROPE offers a fresh perspective on the best travel advice, including where to stay, what to see and how to get around in Europe. Rick Steves shares his extensive knowledge of European history, art and culture.


  11. Servers that power radiators are being trialled in the NetherlandsRead the original story w/Photo

    Wednesday Mar 25 | The Inquirer

    COMPUTER SERVERS are being used by an energy company in the Netherlands to heat radiators and help people save on energy bills. Dutch energy company Eneco, which has more than two million customers, has joined forces with a startup called Nerdalize to install 'e-Radiators' in customers' homes which are linked to computer servers that generate heat.


  12. Aruba - Dutch flavor in the CaribbeanRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 21, 2015 |

    A gleaming white sand beach that rims the azure sea is set off by an explosion of scarlet, purple and other vivid colors of lush tropical foliage. Nearby, stretches of rocks and pebbly soil interspersed with cactus comprise a very different bleak, desert-like terrain.


  13. Rick Steves' EuropeRead the original story

    Mar 19, 2015 | KISU-TV Pocatello

    RICK STEVES' EUROPE offers a fresh perspective on the best travel advice, including where to stay, what to see and how to get around in Europe. Rick Steves shares his extensive knowledge of European history, art and culture.


  14. Monday 17 March 1661/62Read the original story

    Mar 17, 2015 | Pepy's Diary

    All the morning at the office by myself about setting things in order there, and so at noon to the Exchange to see and be seen, and so home to dinner and then to the office again till night, and then home and after supper and reading a while to bed. Last night the Blackmore pink brought the three prisoners, Barkestead , Okey , and Corbet , to the Tower , being taken at Delfe in Holland; where, the Captain tells me, the Dutch were a good while before they could be persuaded to let them go, they being taken prisoners in their land.


  15. 3/10 OT: Sergeant StubbyRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 10, 2015 | Lone Star Ball

    Stubby was described in contemporaneous news items as a bull terrier or Boston bull terrier. [5] [6] Contrary to a popular belief, he was not a pit bull .


  16. Gemeentemuseum Museum acquires pair of 1690s Delft Figures of King William III and Queen Mary IIRead the original story

    Mar 7, 2015 | Art Daily

    The unusual 'bouquetiere' was attributed to The Greek A Factory, where many of the most important Delft flowerpots and tulip vases were ordered by the Royal couple who were known to decorate their palaces with blue and white Delftware, underscoring their love for gardening. The Gemeentemuseum in The Hague has acquired a unique pair of circa 1690 Royal Delft figures of King William III and Queen Mary II that had been separated for more than 40 years, from the Aronson Antiquairs gallery in Amsterdam.


  17. Deher welcomes waterfront project but hopes for fairnessRead the original story

    Mar 6, 2015 | The Daily Herald

    Dock Maarten Managing Director Brian Deher, whose marina lies next to the newly announced St. Maarten Quarter waterfront development project, says that he is "very happy to see something happen with the property" and that he looks forward to industry development in the area, but also that he hopes that Government acts fairly and keeps a level playing field. Deher outlined a number of positive factors about the potential development to The Daily Herald, and said that he was adamant that Government would not be swiftly granting permission for other projects and not that of his business.


  18. Mecanoo completes the new Delft train stationRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 6, 2015 | Inhabitat

    Delft's new train station, designed by Mecanoo , has officially opened to the public. The station sits atop a new train tunnel that replaces the old concrete viaduct that has divided the city into two since 1965.


  19. Carel Visser: Sculptor hailed as a master of minimalism who turned...Read the original story w/Photo

    Mar 4, 2015 | The Independent

    Visser's work first came to the attention of British art lovers in 1978 through a show at the Whitechapel Gallery Note: We do not store your email address but your IP address will be logged to prevent abuse of this feature. Please read our Legal Terms & Policies Carel Visser was an artist best known for his sculpture, a master of minimalism who could turn plain steel sheets and blocks of metal or concrete into powerful and beautiful shapes of great elegance.


  20. Unique History of an International Partnership in Water Resources ManagementRead the original story w/Photo

    Mar 3, 2015 | The United States Army

    ... collaboration under the MoA at the annual MoA Steering Committee meeting held in November 2014 in Delft, Netherlands. The book describes a fascinating and somewhat parallel history of these two premier water resources organizations over the past ...