Afternoon Links

Tiny suns are transforming the search for extraterrestrial life

In the Netherlands, Mondrian across the decades

How to raise an American adult

Christie’s kicks off auction gigaweek with record-shattering $57 million Brancusi

Why Saturday Night Fever wouldn’t be a blockbuster today: “At the time, kids yearned to be adults, and movies reflected that. Today, adults yearn to be kids, and movies reflect that too.”

Why are Dostoevsky’s novels so compulsively readable? What makes his characters seem so alive?

How painting influenced 19th-century French novelists

What’s happening to Venice?

Shakespeare’s Richard III to be staged at Leicester Cathedral

How to decode an ancient Roman’s handwriting 

Bikers might be inconvenienced, so Portland’s Rothko Pavilion might be dead:

“I wonder if that’s part of the idea, to create a structure that will make the homeless and poor feel unwelcome,” museum neighbor Geoff Wren told the Willamette Week.

Yes, I’m sure that’s it, bro. Nailed it.

Profoundly sad for the coming effort on the right to defend veiled threats by a president to intimidate a former FBI director into silence. It’s unacceptable.

Yep. This.

The Comey debacle

They should be worried. Nothing has gone right for them except Gorsuch. And every time they try to put the fire out and be productive President ManToddler stumbles into the room with a gas can.

Even Fox News…

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