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Church & Cherry: 1913

Burlington, Vermont, circa 1913. "New Sherwood Hotel, Church and Cherry Sts." Destroyed by fire in 1940. 7x5 inch dry plate glass negative. View full size.

Here are some space-y solar Moog sounds by Erika

Yes, it’s the end of the week. Time to chill out. Time to let our friend Erika from Detroit help us to drift like a cosmic butterfly into some nice solar drift, held aloft by the delicate siren song of that new Moog semi-modular thing we’re all kinda eyeing lustfully. Show More Summary

Insta of the Week: Nicki Minaj Has Her Warhol Moment

Nicki Minaj's NY Times Mag profile was the bossest moment of the week.

Two Product Principles Often Forgotten

In the 7th century, Archilochus wrote “The fox knows many things, but the hedgehog knows one big thing.” A simple quote with a deceptively deep meaning. Superficially it explains the difference in survival methods between a hedgehog and a fox. A fox knows many ways… Read more The post Two Product Principles Often Forgotten appeared first on Inside Intercom.

Andrea Brady on the Whiteness of British Poetry

Yesterday The Conversation published this piece by Andrea Brady, who discusses the under-representation of poets of color in British poetry and the conversations (or lack there of) surrounding race. The article begins by remarking on Claudia Rankine winning the Forward prize (which we posted about here). Rankine, as Brady’s notices, was the only non-white poet […]

Goosebumps Rap Is Here

22 hours agoArts / Writing : LitReactor

Step aside, Hammer. Chill out, Vanilla Ice. New Goosebumps rap hits the internet. Featuring Jack Black. News by Peter Derk For many of us, the wait for the next big movie franchise rap has been a long one. 1991 gave us two greats, MC...Show More Summary

Have You Noticed The Odd Reviews Of The New Whitney Museum?

22 hours agoArts : Modern Art Notes

“Critics of the Whitney have made this problem particularly clear by their tendency to heap praise on the galleries while expressing indifference or hostility toward the building as a whole—a schizy split often reflecting a division of editorial labor in which the art critic cheers how great the art looks and then hands off to […]

If Broadway saved New York, what about Chicago?

Did Broadway save a bankrupt city of New York? Such a case is credibly made by New York Post columnist Michael Riedel in his fascinating new book, "Razzle Dazzle," published this week by Simon & Schuster. Riedel focuses in on the year 1975 when the city's credit rating sunk after the discovery...

Psychedelics Are the Buzz This Weekend in NYC

The weekend-long Horizons conference offers a chance to rethink the complicated legacy of psychedelics in the USA.

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