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spin.comMichael Jackson Moonwalk Loafers to Be AuctionedMichael Jackson made history when he performed the iconic moonwalk for the very first time and now, fans may be able to take home a piece of that history. GWS Auctions announced Friday that several pieces of Jackson memorabilia will be put up for sale, including the pair of black Florsheim loafers he wore during his iconic "Billie Jean" performance during NBC's 25th anniversary of Motown special in 1983. The King of Pop dazzled audiences with his moonwalk, which eventually became his signature dance move. Other items available for sale include his red Dior cardigan, personally embellished by Bill Whitten, and his Swarovski-encrusted riding helmet. The auction is set for May 26 at the Hilton in Universal City – just a few months ahead of what would have been Jackson's 60th birthday – with a public exhibition beginning at 8 am. This is not the first time items from Jackson's estate have been auctioned off. In 2011, furniture from his California mansion were sold by Julien's Auctions,
theedadvocate.orgA Teachers Code of Ethics: Importance and Implications - The EdvocateSpread the loveWhile pretty much everyone agrees that it’s important to live according to what’s right and to avoid acting in a way that’s wrong, not everyone always agrees on the what’s right or what’s wrong in any given situation. A code of ethics is personal and different for each individual. It determines an individual’s response to a particular situation and also accounts for the varied responses exhibited by different individuals in the same situation. An individual code of ethics comes into play in everyday situations that teachers experience, such as when an influential parent asks for special favors for …
artforum.comMoMA Sues Lower East Side Café and Arts Space over Trademark InfringementThe Museum of Modern Art in New York has filed a lawsuit against a newly-opened green tea café, which also serves as an exhibition space, that accuses the business of infringing on its trademark. MoMaCha opened on 314 Bowery earlier this month with a show by Dallas-based artist Dan Lam.According to the complaint, the “defendants’ willful intent here is clear as there is no possibility that they were not aware of MoMA or its famous MoMA mark. . .They are blatantly attempting to take advantage of the MoMA marks, which are unquestionably famous within the modern and contemporary art space, to
artforum.comRome’s Frutta Gallery Opens Second Outpost in GlasgowScottish-born dealer James Gardner, who founded Frutta in Rome in 2012, has opened a second location in Glasgow, Andrew Russeth of Artnews reports. Located on 9 Duke Street, the gallery launched with an exhibition of works by Santo Tolone. Titled, The Distance Between the Fridge and My Belly, or Rather Between Your Eyes and This Title, the show will run until May 26.“Both Roma and Glasgow are somewhat on the geographical edge of Europe—that is, they parenthesize Central Europe and in that sense their independence makes [it] interesting,” Gardner said. “Yet they are linked via the openness