The Photography of Jon Rendell
Suporn Kaewdaสุพร แก้วดา
I always see the structural
patterns of various natural phenomena
Modes of Grief
The Survivor, Babyteeth
the many films that have been made about the
Holocaust, some of the most powerful have
concerned the survivors—their grief at
having survived when so many millions did not.
Miles David Moore
To Kill A MockingbirdAt the Kennedy Center
Updated by Aaron Sorkin, the
production grabbed the appreciative attention of a
packed but masked house.
Unradical RadicalsThey're not MAGA. They're not Q.
They're the intellectual New Right.
And they're ready to burn it down. Michael Bettencourt
Natural SelectionThere is only one way to examine. experience Art... by
wandering through a selected chronology or a static
instance of a 'view with a view'.
Arthur Danin Adler
TrashI've had a year-and-a-half of therapy to wrestle with all kinds
of demons and sit with the feeling it is all kinda pointless
because we're all human and this is all just so common.
Hank Williams Mentioned For the adherents of traditional country music, Williams is the
touchstone, the lodestar, the encapsulation, and definition of
what country should sound…and look like.
Summer ReadingThe long days, slow evenings, vacations,
student free time combine to make summer
an exceptionally good time to read. Gregory Luce
The Second Amendment:
What You Should Know, What You Can Do The first federal gun-control legislation was a no-brainer.
So why in 2022 do we bury 111 Americans every day
who were shot and killed? Patrick Walsh
Beyond the Nobel:
Nelly Sachs and Her Soaring Modernism
A Personal Tour of Maine's Arts and Cultural Sites
A Series in Three Parts: Part 1
Summer is almost mythical in Maine.
Perhaps it is the sense of rebirth
after arduous winterCarla Maria Verdino-Süllwold
Kandinsky and The Totalitarian State (2022)
Zarina ZabriskyEdited by Lissa Tyler Renaud
Since they already know everything
you're going to say, what's the point of
"Immersive Frida Kahlo"
in San Francisco It was neither a biography
nor a serious portrait of the artist, but a
conglomerate, a potpourri that remained opaque,
The Red Series (Part 1)
The Art of Philip Gerstein
Painting Untitled 35Writings
The Art of David Wiley
The Art of SS. Burrus
When the Earth is ravaged
and the animals are dying,
a new tribe of people will appear
on the Earth
It's in the Eyes
The Date Altenir Silva
What are you doing next Friday?
Great! My husband will be out on that day. I'll wait for you at Cafe Barclay.
Sundown Over Varmint Gulch
On Me? Yes? An interview? Why,
I don't, that is, I'm rather in a, you know I
have so little, that is, I am Time, but you
know what I —Do? Why, why, I, I pass
mostly. Yes, I pass. Fly? Oh no no. Yes,
well I live so much in the past—or is it
Theatre ThoughtsAn entertaining array of audio essays on an array
of theatre topics by an astute and entertaining essayist
You Don't Say!
Occasional Musings by an occasionally amused writer
In a bar, Laura turns to Stefan and asks him to undress her
by word of mouth, in his best mother tongue
Weighty matters of brain neurons and addiction, two kisses,
single-malt scotch, and the green dance of blue and yellow lasers
What happens when we love our devices
— and they love us back
The Greed Gene
A young couple is told by their genetic counselor that
their child has the greed gene, there is nothing they can do
Letters to the Editor
Everything Old Is New Again
What Is Obscenity and What's Not?
A Brief But Quirky History of the Arts
The Rising Fall of the Arts
What Is Art?
View of the ArtsJanuary 2007|●
The Art of Sex in the Arts
State of the Art of the Arts
The Steiny Road
Index of Karren Alenier's
columns and writings|●
Index of series by
Lissa Tyler Renaud|●
Good Reading Is Currently On Sale Here
The Dresser addresses what's
underneath the art
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