Monday, August 9, 2021

Interior  Designer Ana Carla Pagliosa

Ana Carla Pagliosa, Advertising, Graphic and Interior Designer, as well as an artisan – gained highlights  at the opening of Botanical Garden Room, where she signs the ambiance that was created to be permanent at Espaço Ortobom Arquitetura & Design in São Paulo. 

Pagliosa became known at Espaço Ortobom where she signed the project for the Art Gallery that compose  the Space.

Pagliosa surprises everyone with its creations of sustainable materials. Her pieces can be found in different market niches, such as living space projects in supermarkets, offices and homes. Inspiration, confort and delicacy make up each project, integrating with well-being. As a graphic designer, she developed two big brands of coffee packaging and garbage bags among other graphic activities.


With such skill, the designer also performs events, living in constant transformation in the resourcefulness of her countless creations.

Ana Carla Pagliosa is an expert in transforming ambiances, working with recyclable materials, decorations and pieces produced by her authorship. The company claims that its experiences, training and courses have added up to make it the professional that it is today”.

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“When gerrymandering nullifies the will of the people, insulated lawmakers can do whatever they please. Sometimes the consequences are life and death.” -- David Daley’s Editorial in The Boston Globe
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Partisan lawmakers often exploit the redistricting process to benefit their party by using nefarious tactics such as “packing” and “cracking.” But that’s not the only way.

With the help of new, advanced mapping technology, district distorters can manipulate the maps by drawing shapes that look fair but actually favor their party.

Map manipulators have even warned their party to be “smarter” when it comes to gerrymandering this redistricting cycle. We must be prepared to shine a light on their schemes.

If we fail to combat their attempts to cheat, we might see what redistricting expert David Daley said become a reality: “This is how free and fair elections crumble before our eyes” and “why your vote may not count after redistricting.”

All On The Line’s mapping team will also be utilizing new mapping tools to detect gerrymanders drawn by bad actors.

This technology and expertise are necessary to detect gerrymanders. It’s one of the most effective ways to determine which maps are unrepresentative. But it is also expensive.

The Census Bureau is about to release redistricting data that will kick map drawing in every state into high gear. Can we count on you to make a donation right now to help our team properly prepare and be ready to detect and combat gerrymandered maps?

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Sula -- The Census Bureau is about to release the redistricting data needed for map drawers to start constructing the next decade of district lines in every state.

After the data drops, I expect Republican politicians will start executing their plans to officially pass manipulated legislative maps.

I need your help to prepare for this consequential moment. The All On The Line team is counting on Data Drop Donors to support their multi-pronged plan to engage and mobilize people in the redistricting process in a meaningful way.

Will you consider becoming a Data Drop Donor? Make a donation of any amount and it will help the All On The Line team combat the onslaught of gerrymandering schemes after the Census Bureau’s data drop.

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When map manipulators try to distort the final maps, we must be prepared to shine a light on them. Right now, the All On The Line team is holding Redistricting U trainings in anticipation of this data drop. They want to make sure our movement is ready to continue the fight for fair maps by understanding grassroots advocacy tactics and the map drawing process itself.

Thousands of people across the country have already registered for our redistricting trainings and are fired up for this year’s redistricting process. I want to make sure that AOTL can continue empowering people until every map is finalized, and they need your help to ensure that’s possible.

Can I count on you to make a donation to become a Data Drop Donor? Your contribution will help mobilize and engage people in the redistricting process.


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JULY 2021 - VOL 96

Legendary New York staple, St. Mark’s Comics, opens today at IC. After residing in the East Village for 35 years, the famed comic store reopens its doors with all the same cool comics + collectibles you remember, plus an even better and deeper vintage toy stock.

FRIDAY: Live Bossa Nova Music
Friday, Jul 30 | 6 - 9pm
Barrow's Intense - Courtyard 5/6
Grab a drink, and cheers to the weekend with Brazilian beats.
FRIDAY: Live Latin Music
Friday, Jul 30 | 7 - 10pm
Sahadi's - Courtyard 3/4
Music by Cuarteto Guataca by the fire pit at Sahadi's.
FRIDAY + SUNDAY: Hometown Bar-B-Que Live Music
Friday, Jul 30 + Sunday, Aug 1 | Times Vary 
Band Shell - Courtyard 1/2
Hometown Bar-B-Que is popping up with live tunes in the band shell. The series will include a rotating roster of artists and bands. Book tickets + see upcoming shows below. Covid protocols in place. 
Friday, Jul 30 | 10pm - 12am
Barrow's Intense - Courtyard 5/6
Bring on the weekend with a live DJ set of salsa tunes. 
SATURDAY: Bead Workshop
Saturday, Jul 31 | 12pm
Innovation Alley - Building 5
Join Saskia for a kids + adults beading workshop. Kits are available to purchase.
SATURDAY: Artists & Fleas
Saturday, Jul 31 | 12 - 6pm
Courtyard 1/2
Artists & Fleas is a marketplace of tastemakers, experience creators, designers, collectors, and curators.
SATURDAY: Rock + Roll Playhouse
Saturday, Jul 31 | 1 - 2pm
Courtyard 1/2
A family concert series, presented by Volvo every Saturday in Summer.
SATURDAY + SUNDAY: Jamaican Food Pop-Up
Saturday, Jul 31 | 3 - 9pm + Sunday, Aug 1 | 12 - 6pm
Courtyard 5/6 - Near Barrow's Intense 
Reggae-Town Cafe is popping up with jerk chicken, oxtails, curried goat + more Jamaican eats.
Sat, Jul 31 | 4 - 7pm
Courtyard 3/4
A reoccurring music event brought to you by Japan Village hosting a rotating roster of artists.
SATURDAY: Live Music
Saturday, Jul 31 | 6 - 9pm
Barrow's Intense - Courtyard 5/6
A weekly show by Robert Whaley and his band for your weekend enjoyment.


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