Monthly Archives: July 2013

"There’s No Shame In It," Eight New Paintings by Matthew Penkala in His …

 News    Images “There’s No Shame In It,” Eight New Paintings by Matthew Penkala in His Second Solo Exhibition At David Richard Gallery, Santa Fe PRWEB.COM Newswire Santa Fe, NM (PRWEB) July 29, 2013 David Richard Gallery will present eight … Continue reading

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Pope to WYD volunteers: Marriage, Vocational life or still undecided? Ask God …

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Traveling ‘Underground’ Into Anthony Asquith’s Subterranean World of Passion …

After the abstract experimentation that marked the very early years of filmmaking had transitioned into an organised cinematic language with narrative sophistication and artistic substance (thanks to the pioneering work of directors such as Sergei Eisenstein), the peak of silent … Continue reading

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First look: David O. Russell’s ‘American Hustle’

With back-to-back Oscar-nominated films on his résumé, David O. Russell has cornered the American dream. Now it’s time to hustle. Following the success of 2010’sThe Fighter and 2012’sSilver Linings Playbook, the director will head back into the heart of awards … Continue reading

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CBS boss Les Moonves says there’s still life in network TV (WITH VIDEO)

BEVERLY HILLS, Calif. — Network television is not dying. It’s evolving, Leslie Moonves, CEO of CBS Inc. and one of the most influential executives in broadcasting told reporters Monday in a surprise appearance at the summer meeting of the Television … Continue reading

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A simple lesson in ‘vandalism’ – Journal

J. Howard Crooks, the man who taught me how to cover City Hall back in the day, once said, “If you have the trust and respect of the city employees, you can have your way with the city council.” I … Continue reading

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Review: Osvaldo Trujillo’s ‘Ancient Future’ a dreamy excursion

Optimism and nostalgia cross paths in Osvaldo Trujillo’s pleasantly melancholic paintings at CB1 Gallery. Titled “Ancient Future,” the L.A. artist’s exhibition of 11 intimately scaled oils on panel forges an alliance between less-is-more Modernism and everything-plus-the-kitchen-sink Realism to suggest that … Continue reading

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STILL LIFE: River Fest prep

Yesterday at 9:01 PM STILL LIFE: River Fest prep By David Leaming Staff Photographer Jeff Humphrey of the Are You Ready To Party company today erects a tent beside the Skowhegan Chamber of Commerce, for the six-day River Fest event … Continue reading

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On the Road, Photographers Revisit the American Landscape

“Autolandscape, Utah,” photo by Elaine Mayes, courtesy of the Smithsonian American Art Museum. View a slide show with more photographs from the exhibit, “Landscapes in Passing.” Elaine Mayes drove from San Francisco to Massachusetts in 1971 to document the American … Continue reading

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John Mellencamp Art Exhibit Announced

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