Monthly Archives: October 2017

Afternoon Art Break

“Allegory of Wisdom and Strength”
Paolo Veronese (1584)


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Your Morning Cup of Links

MFA Boston receives its largest gift of European paintings ever

When Beethoven met Goethe

8 things you should know about da Vinci’s ‘Salvator Mundi,’ his Holy Mona Lisa

Paintings hung above eye level judged aesthetically superior

“The case for the policies I’d lobbied for crumbled when I examined the evidence.”

Trump’s empty culture wars

“About that fourth tax bracket”

McHealthcare Deluxe 

Trump vs. the First Amendment

The Third Reich and “World Ice Theory”

A marvelous new translation of a Middle English masterpiece

Can alcohol fuel creativity?

What happened to the literary Midwest?

Christ in the Garden of Endless Breadsticks

Out for Young Blood

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Music Monday

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Afternoon Art Break

“Life Study (Study of an Egyptian Girl)”
John Singer Sargent (1891)


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Evening Art Break

Antonio Mancini (c. 1887)


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