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JFK at Woodstock

Just before Hendrix played the Star Spangled Banner
A wave went through the crowd.
He’s here.

Sleeping girls with feet caked in mud stirred.
Boys asleep with long wet hair awoke. 179 more words

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HABITS by Majlinda Bashllari

Around here we measure everything

words, costs, speeds–

so nobody gets hurt

be sorry et cetera.

Define and predict: the span of germs,

the time of dinosaurs, 144 more words

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Andres​ ​Serrano:​ ​Torture

By Emily Conklin, Staff Writer

Andres Serrano has built a reputation using provocation, violence and desire as his building blocks. Despite an early life filled with family tension and drugs on the streets of Brooklyn, Serrano’s passion for art and creating his “own reality” carried him from kid next door to art world fame. 559 more words

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Ruminations on Discarding a Drafting Table

Was it a mistake to throw out the old drafting table during my decluttering blitzkreig with its thousands of hours of receptivity to mark making, creating & colouring upon a flat screen opening to the unknown through seasons of catastrophe, celebration, and hope… 325 more words

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Thriller City: Spooky “Escape The Room” Fun

By Lily Dolin, Staff Writer

Every year, as soon as October rolls around, all traces of summer are gone, all anyone can talk about is fall, PSLs, and of course, Halloween. 493 more words

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"Torture" by Andres Serrano Presents War through Photos

By Emily Conklin, Staff Writer

Andres Serrano has built a reputation using provocation, violence and desire as his building blocks. Despite an early life filled with family tension and drugs on the streets of Brooklyn, Serrano’s passion for art and creating his “own reality” carried him from kid next door to art world fame. 522 more words

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Brooklyn Gallery Both Comforts and Disturbs

By Jessica Xing, Contributing Writer

The Invisible Dog Art Center, located in Brooklyn, NY, opened two new exhibitions this September — “Author” by Yanira Castro, under pseudonym A Canary Torsi, and “Wheelock” by Abraham McNally. 631 more words

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