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Blue Man Group: an inside look at human connection

By Ellen Garnett, Lisa Nault
Staff Writers

Explosions of color and mysterious blue men who have a fascination with Captain Crunch cereal and the number of marshmallows they are able to fit in their mouths. 1,210 more words

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‘Goya: Order and Disorder’ captures humanity

By Jillian Jennett
Contributing Writer

Francisco Goya is known as one of the greatest artists of the late 18th and early 19th centuries, and as the most important Spanish painter of all time. 361 more words

Simmons College

‘Sidelines’: a little book of beauty

By Lisa Nault
Staff Writer

Art is truly amazing, and I am not just saying this because I am a communications major. It has a way of creating an interest in ordinary items or events that you may not have looked at in that way. 367 more words

Simmons College

The Archives and Collections of the B. Davis Schwartz Memorial Library

By Pete Barell
Arts and Entertainment Editor

The Archives and Special Collections located in room 345 (second floor) of LIU Post’s B. Davis Schwartz Memorial Library serves as a large, dynamic resource for students, faculty, and the public. 679 more words

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LIU Post Arts Events On Campus, in Brief

By Pete Barell
Arts and Entertainment Editor

Sept. 8 – Nov. 15

  • Exhibit: Color and Time, paintings by Roy Newell, 1956 – 2000.
  • Exhibit: Changing New York, photographs by Berenice Abbott, 1935-1938.
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Review: “1,000 Times Goodnight”

By Pete Barell
Arts and Entertainment Editor

Rebecca (Academy Award Winner Juliette Binoche) is a photojournalist who reports on the dangerous daily lives of people in war zones. 524 more words

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