Taking foreigners on a walking tour of Boston is a good way to reflect on the significance of America, and never more so than on this day.
What do we do when a major art critic forces his own private agenda while pretending to be objective? Or does it matter? Can art criticism be objective?
The art critics and museum curators keep ignoring it - but there's a huge Renaissance of figure drawing going on!
If you had a choice of colors, which one would you choose my brothers?
-- Curtis Mayfield
Bloggers have long been the brunt of criticism and ridicule from mainstream journalists. They look down on us like so much rabble - a bunch of misfits and amateur would-be, wannabes deserving of their scorn and disdain. Well it seems that bloggers have finally gained the upper hand this time.
Twenty-five sentences on the twenty-five greatest films ever made.
And The Democrats Go Nuts...
"Abortion is a bloody crime" according to Alpha Blondy
For those who can't wait for Christmas, Sony re-releases five classic holiday CDs.
Fred Ebb’s lyrics are intelligent, provocative, and he is not afraid to tackle controversial themes. They will always be remembered for their hit songs like "All That Jazz" and "Cabaret."
A Crazy Horse and Black Sabbath reduction sauce.
Welcome once again to Blue Monday. In this second installment I've chosen not to review anything in particular. But, I do hope you'll read it anyway. Thanx.