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Denver Botanic Gardens' Outdoor Chihuly Exhibit | Denver, Colorado

I am fortunate to live within a short walk across the park from one of the city’s greatest attractions, the Denver Botanic Gardens. Located on the east side of Cheesman Park and started in 1958, this inner city 24-acre oasis is a now part of one of the country’s largest and finest botanic gardens. 208 more words

Art

What's the opposite of casual?

 

The heat cannot stop fashion. Not in Shibuya.

Public Space

Section

One grand cut through a former army bunker reveals many unseen layers of Dutch history and the density intrinsic to the structure. The site was once strategic for protecting the community’s water supply, and now serves a National Monument, accessible to the public in effort to shed light on a unique element of the areas history. 32 more words

Architecture

Fallen Angel

I really love public art. Even though it can be very hit and miss – in Greece in particular we have an abundance of obscenely ugly modern public art – I prefer an ugly sculpture over no sculpture at all any time. 96 more words

Friday Photo

Clave by Alex da Silva

Clave stands in a prominent place in the Lloydkwartier, right on the river Maas and visible to all passing river traffic. The monument is a newcomer to Rotterdam. 342 more words

Perspectives

Artist Profile: Sal Randolph

by Rachel Heidenry

She is an artist concerned with economies. Sal Randolph takes money and gifting and explores their relationship to social interaction and public space. 245 more words

Words

Maureen "Misunderstood" McDonnell

This story has it all: rising devout Catholic, Republican ex-governor of Virginia, beautiful wife, and $177,000 in gifts from crackpot medical salesman. The governor’s defense is that he and his wife weren’t speaking to eachother when they were living in the Governor’s Mansion. Please keep it coming!

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