Few have dedicated their lives, bodies, and work to the destruction of binaries like Genesis Breyer P-Orridge. Museums and historians are leading a movement to write overlooked queer artists into art history. Our Queeroes: Art award honors two multidisciplinarians capturing themselves and their communities in breathtaking ways. Nobody Promised You Tomorrow: Art 50 Years After Stonewall contemplates how younger artists are memorializing the riots, remembering those forgotten in their history, and envisioning to the next half-century of queer rights and culture. A new exhibition, Show Me as I Want to Be Seen , spotlights art that subverts gender binaries and other ways our identities are perceived. More of it was queer than you might think.
Williamstown’s Paige Colucci wins title at first-ever girls’ wrestling regional tournament
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Gabriella Colucci born s is an Italian researcher who identifies plant based chemicals that can be used for industry. She won the EU Women innovators award in Colucci was born in Naples in the s. In she went on an exchange to work for a year in Nigeria. After ten years she returned to Italy in where she started her own company. In June she won the EU Prize for Women Innovators  in recognition of the 35 chemicals she had identified that have potential applications in cosmetics or agrochemicals. Her Italian company has been able to identify these chemicals by interpreting the messages that are sent between cells.
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Get the news you need to start your day. The top three finishers at each weight class advanced to the state championships March at Boardwalk Hall in Atlantic City. Johnson, a cheerleader and member of the dance team at Millville who was unseeded because she wrestled mostly boys this season, won her bout in 1 minute, 19 seconds. Colucci has been involved with jiujitsu, a martial art, for the last two years and decided to try out for wrestling after talking with her photography class teacher, Williamstown assistant coach John DeAngelis.