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Victor Vasarely

Last week I wrote about the Turkish Impressionist Feyhaman Duran, born in 1886. Now my subject is the Hungarian-French Op Artist born twenty years later as Győző Vásárhelyi. 2,381 more words


No Weapon Was Found on Man Shot and Killed by Euclid Police

EUCLID, Ohio– A suspect shot and by an Euclid police officer Monday did not have a weapon, a BCI spokeswoman said Wednesday.

Agents are still trying to determine if the suspect used his vehicle as a weapon. 121 more words


Henry Billingsley's First English Translation of Euclid's Elements

For a class project, this week I had the opportunity to view an original copy of Henry Billingsley’s first English translation (1570) of Euclid’s Elements… 175 more words


Euclid Public Library: Children and Teens Must Have Chaperones in the Afternoon

EUCLID, Ohio — Due to an increase in disruptive behavior, Euclid Public Library will soon require anyone under the age of 18 to have a chaperone. 148 more words


Home Depot Hiring At Its Strongsville, Cleveland Heights, and Euclid Stores


The Home Depot is hosting hiring events in the greater Cleveland area this week to fill 250 job openings at several stores including Strongsville, Cleveland Heights and Euclid stores. 122 more words


Flesh Inaugurate

The other day I was riding in the car with my friend and colleague Angela Potter, and we began discussing how popular views of health, genetics, and modern material reality shaped everyday thinking and belief. 1,525 more words

Cyber Pamphleteer: Imagined Stations