Monthly Archives: March 2019

Gamin by Augusta Savage

Augusta Savage was a sculptor associated with the Harlem Renaissance.  She was born in Florida.  I like this work.  She gave the young man a real personality! Advertisements

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Pomp and Circumstances No 1 by Elgar

I heard the Cleveland Orchestra play this piece when I was a child.  We went to a children’s show with my elementary school.  Our music teacher played it for us in the preparation for our trip.  She told us she … Continue reading

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Captain Marvel and The Truth about Strong Female Characters

So Captain Marvel comes out today, and now is as good a time as ever to talk about Strong Female Characters. I hate them. I didn’t come to this realization right away, but Sofia McDougall helped me see the light.  She hated … Continue reading

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View of the Chrysler Building by Rachel Hartley

I got to see this at the Jazz Age exhibit.  I don’t know anything about this artist and I don’t see any information about Rachel Hartley online.  So she is a mystery.

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Ultrasound is Good!

My endocrinologist wanted me to have an ultrasound, since I haven’t had one since 2015.  I went to the local hospital recently to get that done.  It’s pretty uneventful, except when they press against your larynx to take pictures halfway … Continue reading

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