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Category Archives: Culture
UPDATE: The artist of the P.O. mural pictured below is Mordi Gassner. The title is “Family Reunion on Clark Island, Spring 1791.” Tempura, 1941. With the Post Office in a world of financial hurt, it’s no surprise that it is … Continue reading
Or maybe that should be “the perils of stupidity”?
From an article on the enduring popularity of serial dramas, published in Drexel University’s online culture magazine, The Smart Set: A telenovela is all about a couple who wants to kiss and a scriptwriter who stands in their way for … Continue reading
Having watched West Side Story a few weeks ago, I came down with a severe relapse of the Shakespeare bug and so last night sat down and re-read Romeo and Juliet. I wanted to see how closely the movie followed … Continue reading
Oh, man! [tags] Feist video [/tags]
my melancholy baby . . . [tags] Al Bowlly [/tags]
Inside Higher Ed‘s Scott McLemee has details and a description of the poem. It’s titled â€œWar Thoughts at Home,â€ was inscribed on the flyleaf of a book in 1918, and was discovered last year by Robert Stilling, a graduate student … Continue reading
Right about the time I transferred to the state school where I’d earn my B.A. (SUNY Geneseo) the college mandated a two-semester Western Civ course of all of its students. (It realized it could no longer assume its freshmen had … Continue reading
You know that, nowadays, anything is art. So this story was probably inevitable: Artist David Hensel submitted a sculpture to London’s Royal Academy of Arts for consideration for its upcoming “Exhibit 1201” exhibit. But at some point in transit the … Continue reading
Courtesy of Google . . . [tags] Shakespeare [/tags]