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Mary Edmonia Lewis 

Have you ever heard of Mary Edmonia Lewis? You haven’t? Well, let me tell you a little about her. Mary Edmonia Lewis was the first woman of African American and Native American descent to achieve international fame and recognition as a sculptor in the world of fine arts. 88 more words


Elm Park, Worcester, MA

A Swimmer in a Bathing Suit Poses on a Giant Lily Pad Floating in a Pond, One of Four Figures Constructed of Aluminum, Styrofoam, Packing Tape, and Acrylic Paint by Artist Susu Wing as Part of Her Installation Entitled “Playtime” in This Year’s… 11 more words


Let's Celebrate '88 - All Over Again

(Above: Literary Heights by John Underwood)

early 30 years ago, Australia’s north-eastern state of Queensland hosted World Expo (aka Expo ’88),¬† in its capital city of Brisbane. 246 more words


A Hot Beautiful Day in Lisbon

The next stop on Ava’s first ever cruise was Lisbon. She woke up to beautiful sunshine. The hustle and bustle of the amazing city lying just beyond the port. 435 more words