Ticker Tape News…Pt. 1


Hello! I’ve been busy with work and school to the point that I couldn’t get the the Ticker Tape News in, but today is different. I can now finally get this up and running. Only that it come in two parts. Let’s see what’s going on in the world of creativity.


Michigan Art Dealer Swindled Seniors in $1.6M Fraud Scheme

Wendy Halsted Beard defrauded her clients of over 100 photographs, including works by Ansel Adams, and targeted elderly collectors.

Elaine Velie

Crowds walking the aisles at an art fair.

At Art Basel’s First Paris Fair, Galleries Report Sales of Million-Dollar Works

BY ALEX GREENBERGER / Senior Editor, ARTnews

October 21, 2022 1:58pm

Artists Are Flocking to Paris’s Suburbs, Thanks to a Program That Subsidizes Studios in Abandoned Buildings

Heavily subsidized studio spaces promise to add to the artistic vitality in Parisian suburbs.

Simone Leigh’s Assembly of Black Feminist Creativity in Venice Left Me in Awe

‘Loophole of Retreat: Venice’ is sure to be remembered as a historic gathering.

Folasade Ologundudu, October 21, 2022

Giovanni Antonio Canal, Il Canaletto, Entrance to the Grand Canal looking East, with Santa Maria della Salute at right. Image courtesy Christie’s.

Museums and Private Collectors Jousted for Treasures From the Getty Family Collection in a $79 Million White-Glove Auction at Christie’s

By Eileen Kinsella / October 21, 2022

Credit source: ARTNews, Hyperallergic


Is Anyone Else Obsessed With House of the Dragon’s Aemond Targaryen?



Basics Ruled the Runways This Season—36 Classic Looks to Copy Immediately

by ELIZA HUBER / Oct. 22, 2022

Alexander McQueen RTW Spring 2023

Sarah Burton offered up a host of deconstructed silhouettes that were light as air and cut for flattery, and ease of movement.


Credit source: Vogue, WhoWhatWear, & Women’s Wear Daily (WWD)


‘Black Adam’
‘Black Adam’

‘Black Adam’

What happens when Hollywood’s most risk-averse movie star collides with Hollywood’s most risk-averse movie genre? Exactly what you’d expect.

By David Ehrlich 

‘Descendant’ Review: The Discovery of a Sunken Slave Ship Galvanizes a Community in Sundance-Winning Doc

In this remarkably complex film, ‘The Order of Myths’ director Margaret Brown returns to Mobile, Ala., to observe how the residents of Africatown use a historic breakthrough to begin the journey toward healing.

By Peter Debruge

Classic Film is Everyone’s Business, Say Key Players at Lumière’s Film Market

By Lise Pedersen / Oct. 21, 2022

‘The Conjuring 4’ in the Works at New Line with ‘Aquaman and the Lost Kingdom’ Writer (Exclusive)

By Borys Kit Oct. 21, 2022

David Leslie Johnson-McGoldrick will pen the script with James Wan and Peter Safran, the filmmaking team behind every film in the ‘Conjuring’ Universe, back to produce the horror thriller.

Marvel, DC Among Last Bastion for Supersized Paydays

In an era in which even A-list stars no longer command fees like they used to, actors Florence Pugh and Michael Keaton can still make seven figures per film. “If you want to get paid, you have to put on a cape,” says one dealmaker.


OCTOBER 21, 2022 1:35PM

Credit source: IndieWire, Variety, The Hollywood Reporter


Can Meta’s ‘verse grow past Zuckerberg’s inchoate vision? | Opinion

Horizon Worlds becoming the subject of mainstream ridicule is only a speed bump for Meta’s ambitions – but its failure highlights deeper problems that the company has yet to solve.

Opinion by Rob Fahey  Contributing Editor

Published on Oct. 21, 2022

Gotham Knights | Critical Consensus

Much like the fictional city after Batman, WB Montreal’s title is a visual treat, but action is underwhelming and convoluted.

Feature by Danielle Partis  News Editor

Published on Oct. 21, 2022

The Weird and Wonderful Fans Still Playing Fallout 76

Building a better future, together.

By Dale Driver / Oct. 22, 2022

Credit source: Games Industry & IGN

That’s all for the first part. Part two will be posted tomorrow. I hope you enjoyed the news and I will return tomorrow. Enjoy what’s the rest of your Saturday, be safe, healthy, and blessed.

Featured Image: Pexel

About L. Richelle Murry

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