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2014/07/31 17:22
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Becoming a member of the Block Island Historical Society will never be so easy — or perhaps so much fun. On Friday, Aug. 1, from 7 to 9 p.m., the Historical Society is holding a members-only party to...
2014/07/31 17:22
2014/07/31 17:22
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2014/07/30 11:47
2014/07/30 11:47
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Mrs. T and I recently spent two tranquil days in Gloucester, the Massachusetts harbor town where Edward Hopper spent a fair amount of time in the Twenties and several of whose houses he famously...
2014/07/28 17:16
2014/07/28 17:16
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MONHEGAN ISLAND, Maine — In the spring of 1614, Capt. John Smith sailed up the coast of Massachusetts and Maine, dubbing the region of beaches, pine trees and rocky cliffs New England. When his two...
2014/07/25 23:49
2014/07/25 23:49
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When she discovered Theresa Bernstein — a little-known but important American artist whose work is coming to Woodmere Art Museum — Baruch College and City University of New York professor Gail Levin...
2014/07/25 20:21
2014/07/25 20:21
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NEW YORK (AP) – Famous artwork is about to hit America’s streets and public places. “Art Everywhere US” is billed as the world’s largest outdoor art show. Images of American artworks will appear on...
2014/07/25 15:43
2014/07/25 15:43
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Print this ArticleEmail this Article Basilica Hudson — "Ambulance Blues," curated by Erin Falls, features works by various artists, through August, 110 S. Front St., Hudson. Opening reception, 7 p.m....
2014/07/18 05:06
2014/07/18 05:06
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Artists keep making more art. How will this end? I just walked past New York’s Museum of Modern Art, which continues expanding to keep up with the ceaseless activity of thoughtlessly prolific...
2014/07/17 16:12
2014/07/17 16:12
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The man who reinvented the American action movie chuckles. "Ah," he says, "The Driver. You can't outlive anything any more …" If The Driver has come back to haunt Walter Hill, then surely it is the...
2014/07/17 07:17
2014/07/17 07:17
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Even the tiniest of slights can rile our emotions and send our self-esteem into a tailspin. In part, self-esteem reflects who we are intrinsically, but is also a barometer of our standing with others....
2014/07/15 17:46
2014/07/15 17:46
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Heading off Interstate 95 just north of the Connecticut border, I drove recently along curving, two-lane byways through a thick summer forest, with little more in view beyond the occasional road sign....
2014/07/15 12:08
2014/07/15 12:08
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What strikes you most about Mikhail Roginsky (1931-2004) is that he did not give a damn about so-called “fine painting”. He declared this through his works but also his words. “For me the picture...
2014/07/14 21:49
2014/07/14 21:49
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Paddle8, the online marketplace, sold a giant egg by American artist Jeff Koons last April for $900,000 as part of the company’s “Faberge Big Egg Hunt.” On Monday, Sotheby’s and eBay said art and...
2014/07/13 10:54
2014/07/13 10:54
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Michael Arace commentary: Let’s not play numbers game; root for Argentina Two days ago, Adam Jardy, our Crew beat writer, presented a story about how well our local Major League Soccer team is...
2014/07/12 06:08
2014/07/12 06:08
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MARSHALL - When visitors stop by the Southwest Minnesota Arts Council gallery until the end of August, they may recognize some of the places in the paintings, like Holy Redeemer Church and the...
2014/07/11 15:47
2014/07/11 15:47
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Print this ArticleEmail this Article Last updated: 11:05 AM - 07/11/14 Bau Gallery — "Men Built the World" by Tom Holmes, July 12-Aug. 3, 506 Main St., Beacon. Also: "Ruins," by Jessica Poser....
2014/07/10 19:44
2014/07/10 19:44
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Like perfect pitch in music, drawing remains the skill by which artistic talent is measured. Starting Sunday, Minneapolis Institute of Arts visitors can see how 100 different artists have drawn over...
2014/07/10 16:36
2014/07/10 16:36
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Famed dancer Isadora Duncan developed her sumptuous and sprawling choreography while living and teaching in Europe, but the California-born, New York–based dancer’s work is considered uniquely...
2014/07/10 04:36
2014/07/10 04:36
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Famed dancer Isadora Duncan developed her sumptuous and sprawling choreography while living and teaching in Europe, but the California-born, New York–based dancer’s work is considered uniquely...
2014/07/09 18:34
2014/07/09 18:34
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Kate Abbott: Berkshires Week celebrates 60 years Related Article: Timeline of Berkshires Week's 60 yearsHail fell on July 4, with thunderstorms. French troops were pulling out of Hanoi, causing panic...
2014/07/05 19:22
2014/07/05 19:22
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Whether someone lived through that time or not, Norman Rockwell takes people back in time with his drawings. The Fremont Center for the Arts is presenting the Norman Rockwell and the American Family...
2014/07/31 17:22
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