Pat Bagley / Salt Lake Tribune Raging Moderate by Will Durst It’s been awfully fun to watch the different branches of government quiver like Aspen trees in a force 5 tornado arguing the pros and cons of the Trans Pacific Partnership (TPP) trade pact. Show More Summary
Quilting meets chemistry in a traveling exhibition of 40 contemporary quilts by 40 artists, each inspired by an unlikely source: an element from the periodic table.
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This is one of the few ideas now in play that really could do some good in terms of protecting archaeological sites:the task force proposed by Italy, which “is gaining traction at UNESCO”, should include archeologists, military forces specialized in the safeguard of cultural heritage, ONGs personnel and cataloguers. Show More Summary
Quilting meets chemistry in a traveling exhibition of 40 contemporary quilts by 40 artists, each inspired by an unlikely source: an element from the periodic table. Organized by the international nonprofit Studio Art Quilt Associates (SAQA), Radical Elements is now on view at the National Academy of Sciences in Washington, D.C., decorating a small hallway gallery […]
One of my biggest quests as a photographer who travels is not the search for the perfect shot, but for the perfect camera bag. No doubt you have come across this problem as well. With every bag or backpack I’ve ever owned, the dividers...Show More Summary