Monthly Archives: June 2017
“The Awakening of the Forest”
Paul Delvaux (1939)
Why I don’t bother wading into these “debates” anymore. It’s just dumb tribalists screaming lies. There’s no point.
It’s time to bring Branwell, the dark Bronte, into the light
Will a 12-part opera distributed online work?
The AP investigates its operations in Nazi Germany
Rene Magritte (1927)
Lol. Oh Florida, how I love you so.
The hidden treasures in Italian libraries
New seafloor map reveals how strange the Gulf of Mexico is
Derek Turner reviews a new edition of Hans Holbein’s Dance of Death
Why Elvis memorabilia is plummeting in value
The power of singing hymns you don’t understand
Can Athens become Europe’s new arts capital?
“Portrait of Madame de Pompadour”
Francois Boucher (1756)
The Lunar Sea: The moon influences life in a surprising and subtle way…with its light.
The Trump family shouldn’t fight Shakespeare. They’ll lose.
Inside the 1950s LSD therapy that changed Cary Grant’s life
Do androids dream of electric guitars? Exploring the future of musical A.I.
A history of the Giro d’Italia and what makes it so different from the Tour de France
Lol. Oh the irony.