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Saturday Spotlight: Back To TV Week

I hope you’re all having a fantastic Labor Day weekend! Maybe you’re throwing a huge cookout, or participating in a weekend-long kickball tournament, or kicking back with nature at the lake house, or lying out on the beach with some sweet summer jams. 913 more words

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Wisconsin and LSU Battle In Week One.

(14) Wisconsin at (13) LSU

Wisconsin: This Wisconsin team could easily be in consideration for the College Football playoff. They have a good coach in Gary Andersen. 261 more words

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Saturday Spotlight: Bad As I Wanna Be

This week’s post wrap-up takes its title and, frankly, inspiration from Dennis Rodman’s seminal 1996 autobiography. Whether it’s bad lyrics, iffy attitude toward America’s sweetheart Taylor Swift (confession: I love her outfits and don’t care who knows it), or time-cutting measures so we have more time to gear up for the VMAs – we are as bad as we wanna be. 910 more words

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Saturday Spotlight - "Starry Night" by Fiona Ackerman

 “Starry Night (Studio Visit with Ron Moppett), Acrylic on Canvas, 60″ x 75″

This painting by Fiona Ackerman is part of a series of paintings of other artists’ studios which she called “It’s Not You, It’s Me”. 188 more words

Fine Art Conversations

Saturday Spotlight: Laugh Today, Cry Tomorrow

Whenever my family started laughing my grandmother would always say the same sing-songy phrase: “laugh today, cry tomorrow!” She was known for it. But seriously, what does that even mean? 725 more words

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Saturday Spotlight: Single-Subject Studies

With individuals as fascinating as Ben Affleck, Chris Pratt, Beyoncé (And the crazy fashion she inspires in her devotees), Lucille Ball, and April O’Neil, it was no difficulty shining the light on a single person per post: 1,233 more words

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Saturday Spotlight: False Memories?

As Traci pointed out in this week’s edition of Camp Cookies + Sangria, we’re of an age (or possibly just a personality type) where we can’t be sure what really happened and what we’ve just made up. 1,192 more words

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