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I Don’t Know Much About Art (And For Now It Will Stay That Way), But I Know What I Like (Or At Least I Thought I Did)

As a college coed I wandered into the art department while the art students readied for an exhibit. Their canvases scattered about the floor in a haphazard manner while the artists determined the best arrangement for the walls. 741 more words

Humor

HBO Working on 4 Game of Throne Spinoffs

Game of Thrones is nearing it’s end and HBO is working on what will replace it.

Thursday’s news reveals that their goal is to replace the show with a spinoff of it. 120 more words

Movies And TV

Ben Eunson

Photo: Kate Lemmon

Guitarist Ben Eunson is one of two in trumpeter David Weiss‘ new lineup of Point of Departure, whose album Two Faced… 71 more words

Burning Ambulance

Requiem for a Lucky Man: Greg Lake RIP

I began my day by composing the following email to my friend Tom Anderson:

In case you haven’t heard yet, one of our extended family of Anderson-playing brethren, Greg Lake, passed away yesterday at age 69 after a battle with cancer. 1,098 more words

Behind-the-scenes

Increase of stomatal density with cytokinin

Cytokinin activity increases stomatal density and transpiration rate in tomato

by Farber M., Attia Z., Weiss D. (2016)

Institute of Plant Sciences and Genetics in Agriculture, The Robert H. 247 more words

PHYSIOLOGY-BIOCHEMISTRY-ECOLOGY-CYTOLOGY-GENETICS

World of Jazz 201

PLAYLIST

  1. Bobo Stenson – Your Story – Indicum (2012)
  2. Bennett, Johnston, Mezzacappa, Rosaly – Counted Like Flies – Shipwreck 4 (2016)
  3. Craig Taborn – Diamond Turning Dream – Avenging Angel (2011)
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World Of Jazz

Charlotte Cotton: Something and Nothing (part 1)

In The Photograph as Contemporary Art (1) Charlotte Cotton includes a chapter that investigates the strategy of using inanimate objects or environments as a metaphor. In practice this chapter considers contemporary still life photography rather more than human altered landscapes without human presence but it acts as a general introduction to the subject of the absence and the signs of life. 1,993 more words

Research & Reflection