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Torino Bestiale!

That inspired spire you see both above and below is Torino’s National Cinema Museum. Literally a cathedral devoted to film. And I caught it during a great exhibit, namely ….  https://www.flickr.com/photos/jimgroom/23804461298 An entire exhibit dedicated to beasts within film. And … Continue reading

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Little Golden Books

My family and I, along with DTLT’s latest hire, went to D.C. today to spend a leisurely Sunday browsing museums and generally being harassed by our over-tired, under-restrained children. We had seen that the American History museum was doing an … Continue reading

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The Political Cartoons of Herblock

I couldn’t resist highlighting this feature UMW Blogs post on the bava as well, particularly given that by reading Robert Lynn’s article I learned who termed the phrase McCarthyism. Gotta love both UMW Blogs and them there Redbaiters! Robert “Roblog” … Continue reading

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Wal-Mart, Iraq, and an Inexcusable Silence

Lee Rosenbaum’s article in today’s Wall Street Journal adds another layer to the post I wrote about Randolph College selling off its art collection (inspired by Rosenbaum’s original post here). According to the article, one of the major forces behind … Continue reading

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The MoAD’s Virtual Museums

The Museum of the African Diaspora (MoAD) in San Francisco has one of the most elegant and important exhibits I have yet to see online. The “Photographs from the African Diaspora” virtual exhibit is truly visionary, be sure to take … Continue reading

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