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In sight/In mind: Yevgeniy Fiks (Part 2)

The Lenin Museum

November 20, 2014 – January 17, 2015
The James Gallery, CUNY Graduate Center, 365 Fifth Avenue, New York

Monument to Cold War Victory, October 7 – November 7, 2014… 3,704 more words

In Sight/In Mind

US Colored Troops at the Battle of Nashville


The Battle of Nashville, by Kurz & Allison, created/published circa 1891
An artistic rendering of the US Colored Troops at this key Civil War Battle…
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Civil War

Egan: Monumental mistake? Victims of Communism Memorial seems too vague to be poignant

Monuments are bound to be divisive, but they should not cry out for mockery.

This is the deeper problem, I suspect, with the proposed Memorial to the Victims of Communism. 733 more words

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Making Memories

Picture this: you have just spent six grueling weeks ascending the slopes of Mount Everest to reach the top.  You have a head-ache and feel nauseous because of the thin air at an altitude of 8.5km. 1,337 more words

Practical Christianity

Of Roots and Ruins - Ta Prohm

One of Angkor’s most popular temples must be Ta Prohm, sometimes called the Jungle Temple or Tree Temple. Its unique combination of stones and trees growing out of the ruins with roots coiling and blending into the walls of this Buddhist monastery has made it one of the most visited temples in Cambodia. 295 more words

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