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Théodore Rousseau’s Majestic, Melancholy Trees: an Exhibition at the Getty Center

by Deb Shaw

In addition to all the other exciting exhibitions to see in Southern California this summer, The Getty Center currently has a wonderful exhibition titled… 1,196 more words

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“There are no happy endings.

Endings are the saddest part,

So just give me a happy middle

And a very happy start.”

-Shel Silverstein

On Monday, I grieved. 692 more words

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The Getty

Last weekend my family and I went to The Getty Center and it was an incredibly visit.

We’ve been saying for months that we’ve been in California for more than a year and a half now and we haven’t really done much exploring, so this weekend we decided to tackle this insane monster of a museum, which I mean in the best way possible. 497 more words


Publicly Bookish: "What Does Blackness Mean?"

I am no stranger to panel discussions on race. Generally, the talks can center around race relations, cultural aspects, and history of the US. I even attended a lecture in college presented by Jabari Asim on his research in regards to using the N-word. 779 more words

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From East L.A to West L.A, Our Sunday at The Getty Center

East Los Angeles….

Our Sunday’s don’t ever start with a plan. I just want to get out of the house and get something yummy to eat, and we decide the actual plans over brunch. 437 more words


The Getty

Make a day out of going to the Getty Villa in Malibu and Getty Center in Brentwood. Admission to both museums are free. Make sure that you get an advance timed-entry to the Villa. 334 more words

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The Vexed Man

The Vexed Man // Franz Xaver Messerschmidt // Alabaster // After 1770

Poor man! Every time I look at him I can’t help but chuckle at his scrunched face. 38 more words