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Tampa Museum celebrating anniversary with cake an...
The Tampa Museum’s new home is turning five this year. They are celebrating with a little bit of cake and a lot of art. The museum is presently hosting six different exhibitions. The Contemporary...
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A leader of the so-called regionalist school, Thomas Hart Benton (1889-1975) was born and died in Missouri. Accordingly, he was admired—or reviled, depending on one’s point of view—as both a voice of...
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Thomas Hart Benton
Art Institute of Chicago
Art Institute of Chicago
Kass Onion Soup inspires poetry
I don't think anyone has ever written me a lovely poem about one of my recipes before. So I've never received a sestina for my rosemary standing roast beef over coals. No heroic couplet for putting a...
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Mild Journey to the Heart of Pentagon City — to S...
A Mild Journey to the Heart of Pentagon City (Video) “You can’t be subtle in this town.” — Hunter S. Thompson, “Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas.” We were somewhere around Pentagon City on the edge...
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Fear and Loathing in Las Vegas
‘We made room’ Hollis inn opens its doors to fam...
HOLLIS – It was a scene reminiscent of a
painting. Two families, complete strangers just four weeks ago, gathered around the breakfast table of a New England colonial home located on...
Read more at The Nashua Telegraph
Sometimes she’s curled up in a fetal position on a beige-colored carpet in a dark room. Other times she’s lying atop a mound of hay in the center of a clearing surrounded by trees. Long, dark hair...
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Trolley car spooks horses pulling ice wagon 1915 ...
View full sizeJan. 23, 1990: "A boy's life: In a scene
could have painted, Brian Deacon, left, and Michael Riddle, both of Lower Mount Bethel Township, huddle in a rustic-looking bus...
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A tribute to grandmother, bacon-fat popcorn, saus...
Dear Grandmother, The plane tickets and rental car are squared away. My wife and I got time off from work. So all is well with our plans to visit you in California next month for your 92nd...
Read more at Chicago Tribune
10 Graphic Novels Your Non-Comic Book Reading Gir...
... Out of all the women in the world, you fall in love with one of the few who are stuck in a reality where the word graphic novel hasn't been invented yet. And thinks that "comic books" are...
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Viterbo University Fine Arts Center holds La Cros...
The Viterbo Fine Arts Center held a special community celebration in honor of the civil rights leader. The event featured keynote speaker, Ruby Bridges, who was the first African-american student to...
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Martin Luther King Jr.
Belly up, Baby! New Hampshire Considers Alcohol L...
Babies and bottles normally get along just fine, unless a picture of that baby happens to be plastered to the front of a bottle of beer being sold in New Hampshire. Currently, that bottle of...
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Bill Jones: Each of you can play a role in revers...
Fifteen years ago, our family began what has become a wonderful holiday tradition. Each year, the jolly old guy in the red suit brings a new jigsaw puzzle to our home. Immediately after our Christmas...
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Homeless Orlando artist gets notice
Vincent van Gogh cut off his own ear. Georgia O'Keeffe suffered a nervous breakdown. Claude Monet lived in abject poverty. If hard times inspire great art, Haywood Green should be famous. The Orlando...
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Vincent Van Gogh
Jon Hamm's Block Too Star-Studded to Be Named for...
UPPER WEST SIDE — A political consultant who neighbors want to rename a local block after is not famous enough to earn the honor on the star-studded street — which has boasted such residents as Norman...
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Say goodbye to the family doctor
The family doctor is romanticized in art and literature. We can see the
painting now — a kindly, plump old fellow, stethoscope hanging from neck, filling out a prescription while...
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Wall Street Journal
Editorial Agenda 2015: Foster small business grow...
It's hard to separate rhetoric and reality when it comes to the politics of small business. Almost everyone professes to like small businesses, but the list of grievances held by small-business owners...
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Playboys, bunnies? What could go wrong?
A week ago, Jeffrey and Jacqueline Lake threw an 18th birthday party in their Poway home for their daughter, Olivia, and her best playmates. Jeffrey Lake is an attorney who has represented medical...
Read more at San Diego Union-Tribune
Massachusetts Choice Hotel rebrands as Magnuson H...
Massachusetts Choice Hotel rebrands as Magnuson Hotel Lenox Magnuson Hotels, America's fastest growing hotel brand, announced today the complete rebranding of the Magnuson Hotel Lenox. Formerly...
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If it's the Information Age, why are we so ignora...
Vladimir Putin appears to be up to tricks again. One of his leading political opponents was convicted of fraud this week, then released on a suspended sentence, and then re-arrested hours later at an...
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Pew Research Center
Clips: Movies playing now
... EYES” Rated PG-13. Grade: B- A slight misfire from the great Tim Burton, “Big Eyes” is a retro-kitsch outing in the tradition of Burton’s “Ed Wood” (1994). If only it were as deliriously nuts...
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