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Where I Write: The Getty Center.

At 12:27 p.m. on Friday, September 9th, I find a parking spot on the third level of the subterranean garage and open my car door to be greeted by an oppressive wall of heat, the humidity wrapping itself around me as I quickly head for the exit, for higher ground, for cooler air. 1,054 more words

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Riding up to the Getty Center

Word to the wise:  the weekend after Labor Day is perfect for a trip  to the Getty Center…the weather was cooler than it’s been in a long time and the  crowd was so thin that the interminable summer lines were gone.   202 more words

An Afternoon at The Getty

This summer we did a fair amount of traveling and also made an effort to explore our home town. We managed to hit a lot of museums in Los Angeles.  93 more words

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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Endings.

“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

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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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