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D.C. By Day 

Hey peeps sorry for the Hiatus….it’s been busy between my last post and now I been to New York , jersey, and a light festival in Baltimore. 278 more words

Americon Gothicon

I suspect I first saw American Gothic after seeing the cover of the British paperback of Philip K. Dick’s The Man Whose Teeth Were All Exactly Alike and then watching (or rewatching) The Rocky Horror Picture Show, which has a copy on the wall in one scene and I think has two characters dress up as the people in the painting. 631 more words

Cherche echange logement-travail (traduction, redaction, DJ, site web lancement, galeriste, dramaturgie, Com…. ) à Paris

Journaliste et traducteur americain experimenté, basé en Dordogne,
cherche echange travail  –  logement Parisien mi-mai – mi-juin ou juillet pour pouvoir ecrire sur la scene parisienne (y compris les Portes Ouvertes de… 75 more words

Debate Over a Gold Ring Revives the Lost Colony of Roanoke Mystery

To this day no one knows what become of the 115 residents of America’s first English settlement, the Roanoke Island Colony. The town was founded in 1585, and by 1590—after several attacks from the native population and food scarcity forced its first colonists back to England, and a second group was sent over to try their luck—the settlers all mysteriously vanished without a trace. 412 more words


The American Dream at the British Museum review ****

The American Dream: pop to the present

British Museum, 31st March 2017

So where can you seen a stunning survey of pretty much all the major artists, across all the major movements of modern and contemporary art, in the US over the last seven or so decades. 500 more words


The Mennello Museum of American Art awarded $10,000 in Education Funding

The Mennello Museum of American Art is pleased to announce a generous $5,000 sponsorship for our new Free Family Funday program provided by the Edyth Bush Charitable Foundation. 861 more words


Select Paintings by Edward Boccia

Edward E. Boccia Nereus Reborn, 1960, oil on canvas triptych, side panels 93 x 25, center panel 93 x 48,  Collection of University of St. Louis, Missouri… 558 more words