Monthly Archives: February 2016

Five College Film Festival showcases original student work

(5 College Film Festival Official Facebook Page) While I appreciate that every piece of art is unique, I learned one singular thing holds true for all films at the Five College Student Film and Video Festival this past Friday; they … Continue reading

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Sen. Jeff Sessions Changes the Trajectory of American Politics — and Perhaps American History

To the catchy riff from Sweet Home Alabama, Sen. Jeff Sessions (R-AL) took the podium in Madison, Alabama, on Sunday afternoon and changed the trajectory of the 2016 Republican nomination fight—and perhaps also of U.S. history. In becoming the first U.S. Senator to … Continue reading

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Northern-area Community Events Calendar, March 3-9, 2016 – Las Vegas Review

THE WEEK’S BEST BETS 1. In It’s Entirety Concert Series: The concert featuring Pink Floyd’s Dark Side of the Moon Live! is set at 8 p.m. March 5 at the Cannery, 2121 E. Craig Road. Admission is $15 at the … Continue reading

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Let’s Talk about Art. Art and Language in the Museum’s Collections – E

Raoul Hausmann, Dadasoph. From Berlin to Limoges Rochechouart Museum of Contemporary Art celebrates Dada’s 100th anniversary with an exhibition on the work of Raoul Hausmann. This is the first time since 1994 retrospective that an exhibition on this scale has … Continue reading

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The Night Crawlers

Forest Whitaker stars in O’Neill’s last one-act play. Credit Illustration by Ben Kirchner I’m always somewhat surprised to discover how many of the writers and thinkers I’ve admired over the years grew up reading Eugene O’Neill with a passion equal … Continue reading

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Art from Oakhill for all to witness

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Go Knoxville’s fun things to do

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Arts events you won’t want to miss

Paintings by Marie App will be on display at the Hang Up Gallery of Fine Art.(Photo: Photo courtesy of Hang Up Gallery of Fine Art) Hang Up to celebrate ‘Landscapes’ The Hang Up Gallery of Fine Art presents “For the … Continue reading

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Big bang: ‘International Pop’ exhibit at Philadelphia Museum of Art

What do the Cold War, mass consumerism, celebrity, the assassination of President John F. Kennedy and Brillo soap boxes have in common? All of them were subjects for artists working in a decidedly different time, a time of Pop Art. … Continue reading

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Keighley Film Club screens little gem of a movie Still Life

KEIGHLEY Film Club’s next presentation will be the 12A-certificate drama Still Life. Eddie Marson stars as a council worker whose role is to find the next of kin of people who have died alone. When his department is downsizedhe must … Continue reading

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