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“And then the ram cried: “Lucifer?!” – molesting a painting by Roberto Ferri

The post about the Ferri exhibition remains the most popular one of this site, so I thought I’d do something silly with one of his paintings for Halloween. 110 more words


Small Town Life Part 3: Street Life

A while back I listened to a podcast about the evolution of roads in the U.S. (I know, fascinating stuff). They talked about how before automobiles, roads were not only a path from place to place, but also an extension of the home. 900 more words


Warm thoughts from a warm culture

In my work, I have the privilege of occasionally traveling to other countries.

I find it very special how in Latin America, people greet each other when they’re eating out – total strangers, even, wishing each other well.  65 more words


In New York

A quick 48 hours in New York…

Dave was going for work anyway and the flights on United were $128 round trip…unbeatable.

The weather was chilly, but I had a lot of time to just walk and explore. 203 more words


Jennifer Lopez Will Star in a Live TV Adaptation of ‘Bye Bye Birdie’

The show, on NBC, will be the network’s holiday season offering in December 2017.

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Ian Bagley

Album: Images of a Less Crowded New York

Philip Trager’s photographs of the city in the 1970s, published in a new book, show a sparer skyline and streets less traveled.

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Ian Bagley

Review: ‘The Pumpkin Pie Show,’ Night of the Voting Dead

Clay McLeod Chapman uses the bloody tools of horror to satirize this political season.

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Ian Bagley