A local radio announcer—a male radio announcer—is touting a unique Mother’s Day gift. Since birthing and raising children ruined Mom’s body, treat her to some Mother’s Day plastic surgery! 336 more words
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In terms of pursuing the inconvenient objects and people becoming empowered through the experience of the object, I decided to follow through with this in the hope that people would claim the objects, over time if this object should become a burden, they then go through a secondary phase of empowerment, almost catharsis, where they must accept and let go of the object, either my leaving it somewhere or destroying it. 37 more words
William C. Crawford shoots the trite, trivial, & mundane using a photographic style called forensic foraging. Developed by Crawford, Sydney Lensman, and Jim Provencher, forensic foraging downplays extensive computer intervention and emphasizes composition, framing, high color saturation, and contrast. 61 more words
Flash! One minute to the next.
Short circuit in the brain, struck dumb.
When I get the call, I am eight hours away from her, by car. 1,481 more words
By Tony Schwab, Staff Writer
The Anthony Van Dyck show at the Frick Gallery captures the full range of a great artist’s skill. Including both the sketches that established Van Dyck as talented and the paintings that drew him comparisons to his teacher Peter Paul Reubens and to his contemporaries Rembrandt and Velazquez, it is as good as any exhibit currently in New York. 396 more words