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British Open 2021: NBC to handle most of Royal St. George’s TV coverage remotely due to travel restrictions | Golf News and Tour Information

The Open Championship returns from its one-year hiatus and, with it, NBC Sports’ resumes its coverage of golf’s oldest major. But while the championship will be contested in Sandwich, England, it will be called nearly 3,500 miles away in studios in Stamford, Conn.

Due to travel restrictions imposed by the United Kingdom and the R&A amid the ongoing COVID-19 pandemic, NBC Sports will be handling most of its coverage of the 149th Open Championship on NBC, Golf Channel and Peacock remotely.

“There’s still a quarantine in the U.K., so from the R&A’s perspective it would greatly help them for us

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7 Benefits of Using a Tripod in Photography

Tripods are beneficial, multifaceted pieces of equipment that every photographer needs. Most photographers would recommend you get one, regardless of your genre of photography.

We’re going to discuss the benefits of using a tripod in photography and give you some tips on how to use a tripod for the best results.

What Is a Tripod?

If you’re new to the world of photography, you might need a quick 101 on tripods before we jump into the ways they can assist you.

Lone-Standing Tripod

A tripod is a three-legged fixture with a mounted head that serves as a platform for an object—in photography,

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5 Art Accounts to Follow on Instagram Now

For me, one of the easy joys of Instagram is the ability to follow and unfollow accounts as I please. Weekly, I root myself in a specific part of the world through my screen. And so this month I was in Brooklyn, but my Instagram was fully Norwegian, filled with fjords, gorges and vast, dark skies with beautiful northern lights via accounts like @norwegianfjords and @mittnordnorge.

Every once in a while, I decide on following design patterns or art movements instead of places. Recently, I delved into minimalism. Because its principles are straightforward (remove all clutter, leave the essential),

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John McEnroe’s comments on BBC TV broadcast draw attention

WIMBLEDON, England (AP) — Former tennis star John McEnroe’s reaction on the BBC’s broadcast to British teenager Emma Raducanu’s mid-match retirement at Wimbledon has put him in the spotlight.

McEnroe, a seven-time Grand Slam singles champion, appears as an analyst on the host country’s television coverage at the All England Club.

The 18-year-old Raducanu stopped playing while trailing in the second set of her fourth-round match against Ajla Tomljanovic on Monday night. Raducanu was visited by a trainer, then left the court for a medical timeout. Eventually, the chair umpire announced the 338th-ranked Raducanu would not continue because of a

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Best projector 2021: Portable entertainment

Throughout the pandemic, families sought out more ways to enjoy at-home entertainment, including by streaming their favorite movies and TV shows with portable projectors. And during the summer months, while people are planning outdoor events and trips, these devices have become even more attractive. Luckily, portable projectors allow you to enjoy quality entertainment both at home and on the road.

There are hundreds of portable projectors on the market, hitting every price and every feature you might need. When you’re deciding which is right for you, consider features such as the price, picture quality, connectivity, and more.

Keep reading to

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Art Industry News: Maurizio Cattelan Will Show His 9/11 Memorial Artwork That Was Too Intense for the Guggenheim + Other Stories

Art Industry News is a daily digest of the most consequential developments coming out of the art world and art market. Today, we’re unveiling a new, streamlined look—with all the same attention to what you need to know on this Wednesday, July 14.

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Artists Denounce MOCA’s “Complicity” With Mass Incarceration – Artists Colin Chin and Nicholas Liem have asked the Museum of Chinese in America to remove their work from its collection and a forthcoming exhibition in protest of what they see as its “complicity” with mass incarceration and gentrification of New York’s Chinatown. The artists denounced the museum’s

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Iowa man arrested after firearms found in Chicago hotel room overlooking July 4 festivities

Keegan Casteel, 32, is charged with aggravated unlawful use of a weapon.

An Iowa man has been arrested after a rifle and ammunition were found near a window inside his hotel room in downtown Chicago on the Fourth of July, officials said.

A member of the cleaning staff at the W Hotel alerted authorities about firearms he found “in a very suspicious position inside one of the rooms” on Sunday, Chicago Police Superintendent David Brown said Tuesday.

The rifle and handgun, along

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What is a BSI sensor? Back-side illuminated sensors explained

BSI, or Back Side Illuminated sensors are also known as ‘Back Illuminated’ sensors. They are a revision of traditional sensor designs which increases the light gathering efficiency of the sensor to deliver higher sensitivity, less noise and better all round image quality.

All sensors have light-sensitive photosites. On older sensor designs, these are partly obscured by the circuitry needed to collect and transfer the light values to the camera’s processor. This means that only a percentage of the sensor surface is actually light sensitive – some of it is wasted by the circuitry in front.

Ideally, there should be no

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The Office of Nightlife wants to bring 24-hour entertainment districts to NYC

The city that never sleeps is considering new 24-hour entertainment districts that would allow New Yorkers to party all night long.

The NYC Office of Nightlife (ONL), which the city set up to help struggling music venues stay afloat and is led by the city’s first Nightlife Mayor, Ariel Palitz, released its first-ever report this summer, floating ideas like a nightlife museum and funding efforts to soundproof clubs around town. Additional advice includes tips to create programs that seek to support DIY venues and events and the use of underutilized spaces as sites for cultural programming of all sorts.

But

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Elsa weakens to tropical storm, approaching Florida’s west coast

When will Elsa make landfall?

As of 5 a.m., Tropical Storm Elsa is currently traveling north “almost parallel” to Florida’s west coast, and that general motion is expected to continue through Wednesday afternoon, according to the National Hurricane Center (NHC).

The storm is expected to turn toward the north-northeast in the late afternoon or evening.

“On the forecast track, Elsa will move near or over portions of the west coast of Florida this morning, then make landfall along the north Florida Gulf coast by late this morning or this afternoon,” according to the NHC. “The storm should then move across

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