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National Gallery (Athens)

The National Art Gallery–Alexandros Soutzos Museum is an art museum located in the Pangrati district, Greece. It is devoted to European art from the 14th century to the 20th century, it is directed by Marina Lambraki-Plaka. Closed and renovating now. 06.04.2019. It was established in 1878 as a small collection of 117 works exhibited at the Athens University. In 1896, Alexandros Soutzos, a jurist and art lover, bequeathed his collection and estate to the Greek Government aspiring to the creation of an art museum; the museum opened in 1900 and the first curator was the famous Greek painter Georgios Jakobides from Munich. After World War II the works began for a new building. After relocating the sculptures in the new National Glyptotheque, there is a discussion to renovate the main building and to build a new wing; the gallery exhibitions are focused on post-Byzantine Greek Art. The gallery owns and exhibits an extensive collection of European artists. Valuable is the collection of paintings from the Renaissance.

Four million people have visited the National Gallery in the last fourteen years. Its exhibition activity is supported by sponsorships that cover up to half of its budget; the National Gallery has opened the last years branches in Nafplion and Corfu. The gallery is situated on Vassilissis Sofias Avenue, opposite the Hilton Athens in Pangrati district, it can be reached with the Athens Metro at the Evangelismos station. It has been closed since March 2013 due to expansion works and is expected to open again in late 2019; the National Glyptotheque is situated at the "Alsos Stratou" in Goudi, near Kanellopoulou Avenue and can be reached with the Athens Metro at the Katehaki station. National Glyptotheque Art in modern Greece Greek Art List of museums in Greece Foros Timis Ston Greco Cretan School National Gallery of Athens Official website

Prayed for You

"Prayed for You" is a song recorded by American country music singer Matt Stell. It appears on his debut extended play Everywhere but On. Stell co-wrote the song with Ash Bowers, with whom he co-produced it, Allison Veltz. Stell wrote the song with Ash Bowers. According to Stell, Veltz presented him with the lyric "But I prayed for you" when the two were waiting for Bowers to arrive at a writing session, he told the site PopCulture.com that "and kind of infused it with our own relationship experiences, not only relationships. The song appears on Stell's debut EP, Everywhere but On. Robert K. Oermann of MusicRow gave the single a mixed review, stating that "The winsome song is well crafted, he sings with gusto; the paint-by-numbers production does nothing for me." "Prayed for You" reached No. 1 on Billboard's Country Airplay chart dated October 12, 2019. It was certified Platinum by the RIAA on September 18, 2019; the song has sold 134,000 copies in the United States as of December 2019. The music video for the song first premiered at People on July 9, 2018 and stars reality TV star Savannah Chrisley and her fiancé, hockey player Nic Kerdiles.

A man in his pickup truck, parked at a church, glances one last time at a photo of him and his ex-girlfriend, before swiftly tossing it out his window. The pastor of the church soon comes out and greets him, a woman inside greets him as well; the pastor instructs the two what leaves. Soon after they begin cleaning, the two begin flirting by throwing rags at each other; when the pastor walks in to check on them, the two have thrown rags all over the church, making a mess. The pastor walks away with a stern expression on his face; the two soon finish cleaning, with the pastor thanking the man, drive off in the man's pickup truck, holding hands. In the evening, the two head to a Matt Stell concert, still holding hands, where he is performing the song; when it ends, the two kiss

Jason Cipolla

Jason Cipolla is a retired American basketball player. While living in Woodhaven, Queens Jason Cipolla attended Christ the King Regional High School in the neighborhood of Middle Village in Queens New York City. Following high school, Cipolla attended Tallahassee Community College for two years earning an Associate degree. While playing basketball Cipolla earned two first-team All-Panhandle Conference awards and in just two seasons he ranks third in scoring and first in scoring average. In 1996 Cipolla transferred to Syracuse University. In two seasons with Syracuse Orangemen Cipolla started 56 of 69 games. During his senior year Cipolla's team reached the finals of the 1996 NCAA Men's Division I Basketball Tournament losing to the University of Kentucky. In the losing effort Cipolla tied, his most tournament memorable moment was while in a sweet sixteen matchup against the University of Georgia, he hit a 16-foot fade away jump shot to tie the game as time expired. He was named to the All Big East Third team.

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