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Sneak Peek: Camille Dungy Podcast

2 days ago   |   Arts

Sneak Peek: Camille Dungy Podcast Transcript Camille Dungy: Margaret Walker, “Sorrow Home,” My roots are deep in southern life, deeper than John Brown Nat Turner or Robert Lee...
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Benita Raphan, Maker of Lyrical Short Films, Is Dead at 58

6 days ago   |   NY Times

Her dreamlike “genius” films about figures like Emily Dickinson and Buckminster Fuller hovered between documentary and experimental cinema.
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Ship Shape

Ship Shape

6 days ago   |   The Fabuleous Fifties

Saturday Leftover Day. I have spend some time the last few weeks with Mort Walker's late sixties creation Boner's Ark. It was created as an outlet for some of the gags and...
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Poetic Pursuits: The Truffle Hunters

7 days ago   |   Two Coats of Paint

Contributed by Paul D'Agostino / A few foragers gathered in a middle-grounded clearing in a forest, conversing casually as their dogs sniff and shuffle excitedly at their feet...
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‘The Falcon and the Winter Soldier' Season 1, Episode 4 Recap: Same as the Old Boss?

7 days ago   |   NY Times

With this week's episode, the TV version of Walker finally caught up with the one in the comics.
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Shack at Osage: 1935

Shack at Osage: 1935

9 days ago   |   Shorpy

July 1935. "Scott's Run mining camps near Morgantown, W.Va. Domestic interior. Shack at Osage." 8x10 nitrate negative by Walker Evans for the Resettlement Admin. View full size.
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‘The Unholy' Review: ‘There's Something About Mary'

16 days ago   |   NY Times

Miraculous acts or evil deeds? This tame, trite horror movie has a familiar answer.
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Casting a ‘Follies' of the Future, With Beyoncé and Ben Platt

17 days ago   |   NY Times

In the 50 years since the musical's debut, revivals and concerts have served its great songs to great stars. Who'd be our Broadway babies 25 years from now?
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Merry Menagery

Merry Menagery

26 days ago   |   The Fabuleous Fifties

Sunday Surprise Day. With yesterdays long run of Hi and Lois dailies from 1959 comes a similar run of another Walker Factory strip, the forgotten Mrs. Fitz' Flats. It was drawn...
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Hi, honey! I'm not always home!

Hi, honey! I'm not always home!

27 days ago   |   The Fabuleous Fifties

Saturday Leftover Day. You can always make me happy with any Walker factory strip from the late fifties and early sixties. What I particulary like about this long run of weekly...
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Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott presents new marble sculptures at on form 18

Emma Elliott is one of forty sculptors selected for on form 18, a biennial exhibition of sculpture in stone at Asthall Manor in the Cotswolds. She joins world renowned and... Read more ...

How to Shoot Milky Way Photos with Image Stacking to Clean Up Noise

How to Shoot Milky Way Photos with Image Stacking to Clean Up Noise

Aloha, and welcome back to my astrophotography tutorial write-ups. I wrote an article last month on the basics of photographing the Milky Way core season. Today I am going to... Read more ...

Just Three

Just Three

It's spring and I thought that those endearing and pesky robins who wake me up at dawn would be the perfect thing to sketch with just three colors. Black for their wings and... Read more ...

Boy Oh Boy

Boy Oh Boy

Saturday Leftover Day. I have shared many pages from the scouting magazine Boy's Life. Some using my own scans, some from the complete run that can be found online. The comic... Read more ...

Rusty Young, Country-Rock Pioneer, Is Dead at 75

As a founding member of the band Poco, he helped define a genre and establish the pedal steel guitar as an integral voice in West Coast rock. Read more ...

Summer Cottage Pötzleinsdorf / Schuberth und Schuberth

Summer Cottage Pötzleinsdorf / Schuberth und Schuberth

Schuberth und Schuberth Location: Wienerwald, Austria Project Year: 2019 Photographs: Christoph Panzer Area: 50.0 m2 Read more ...

The First-Ever Camera Collar Footage Shot by a Wild Wolf

You can now see the world from a wolf's point of view. This 3-minute video is the first-ever camera collar footage shot from the perspective of a wild wolf. The video was... Read more ...

After Bullying Reports, Scott Rudin Will Step Away From Broadway

The powerful producer of “Hello, Dolly!” and “The Book of Mormon” regrets “the pain my behavior caused” and says others will directly run his shows. Read more ...

Why Are So Many Cameras Limited by Design?

Why Are So Many Cameras Limited by Design?

Expensive cameras often lack basic features. The most common limitations-by-design are fixed screens and no flash. I suspect that some camera designers aren't photographers and... Read more ...

ROBERT FAWCETT'S MUSEUM OF MODERN ART

ROBERT FAWCETT'S MUSEUM OF MODERN ART

Even a boring spot illustration of a postal clerk can become an exciting trip through an abstract art exhibition when the illustrator is Robert Fawcett. Take a closer look... Read more ...

Krazy Kat

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