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Annie Clark looks out from the cover of her brand-new record with a knowing, unflinching gaze, her white hair springing from her head like one of Phil Spector's wigs as she sits atop a throne that could have been carved from a giant bar of soap...
Art Review The Obsessions of a Straight American Guy Jason Rhoades: Four Roads' at Penn Ryan Collerd for The New York Times A detail of Jason Rhoades's Creation Myth at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia. When Jason Rhoades died
Twitter's 'Creation Myth' BY Steve Cody Does Twitter's IPO have anything to do with Dorsey's self-styled creation myth? CEOs like to regale others with stories of their humble beginnings. With the recent announcement that Twitter would be issuing an
And these are the people that the city's neoliberal politicians are giving $22 million in corporate welfare to?!?!
Ryan Collerd for The New York Times "Untitled (from My Madinah: In pursuit of my ermitage . . . )," a 2004 installation by Mr. Rhoades that has been reconstituted at the Institute of Contemporary Art in Philadelphia...In Jason Rhoades, Four Roads,
Where can we find a new set of stories to inspire the work of the future? Only through the creative imagination of writers, artists, storytellers and musicians. Perhaps only poetry can save us now. If I were a scientist, I might say we were living
Wars, crimes, including murders and rapes, people so angrily disagreeing with each other, climate crises, environmental crises including pollution of the air, soil, water, and our food, the misuse and overuse of the natural resources of Mother Earth,
Guest moderator Lorna Dueck has been reporting on Christian practice in Canadian life for the past 20 years. She is an evangelical Christian and host of the TV program Context with Lorna Dueck, seen Sundays on Global TV at 9:30 a.m...Lorna Dueck :
02/03/2013 1:24 am Read more share this story As we bow to the golden statue called Oscar, devoting ourselves to the saintly thespians, joining in rituals of exaltation, and reading our sacred gossip columns, we might stop to ponder the continuing
Cycles," the new exhibition at Roll Up Gallery, features work that runs the gamut from literal cycles to more abstract interpretations of time. Janice Myint (of local urban merchandiser Lower Hater) is the curator of the show, which includes art in a