I went down to Kent on a humid Thursday afternoon to check out the Kent State School of Art Recent Alumni Show, now in its final days (through August 4). Personally, I love visiting college campuses in the summertime – the sidewalks empty, the quad quiet, it’s tranquil and you can easily get a parking spot. The Galleries at Kent State University […]
El mismo articulo aparece abajo en traduccion Espanol. Not By Bread Alone If poetry is condensed meaning, the plans to revitalize the Medical Associates building on East 105th will put poetry into motion. A four story building constructed of two different muted shades of bricks and exposed I-beams, and fronted by tall, narrow windows framed with gray spandrel panels and […]
In the months just after I started work at the Cleveland Museum, I struck up a friendship with one of the guards who was always impeccably well-groomed and well-dressed and always had something interesting to say. He seemed both gentle and genteel—someone with whom one might comfortably have a drink at a neighborhood coffee house. Only later did I discover […]
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