Monthly Archives: May 2019

Future (Woman in Stockholm) by Gabriele Munter

Gabriele Munter is a German expressionist.  I like the hopefulness of this picture.   Advertisements

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Emma Revisits Professional Wrestling

Well, I never thought I would write this article.  Ever.  Under any circumstances.  I am just as surprised as you are. (Seriously, how the fuck did this happen?) So, I like watching John Oliver clips on Youtube and about a … Continue reading

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Scheherazade by Rimsky-Korsokov

I have lately been sharing music I heard at the Cleveland Orchestra.  Sadly, this is one piece I did not get to hear due to illness. I will have to check it out the next time the Cleveland Orchestra or … Continue reading

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Tournament Armor of Archduke Charles II of Austria

The Cleveland Museum of Art has an armor court.  This is because Cleveland, at the time the museum was built, was a steel town.  The museum wanted to honor the city by celebrating art in steel. The young boys in … Continue reading

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Things Are Happening – May 9, 2019 — The Balance Beam Situation

A. The loser is everyone Scott Reid at the OC Register has a bunch more information this week about the wildly typical and predictable barf-trench that was USAG’s attempted hiring of Edward Nyman as its first ever director of sports … Continue reading

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April 2019 in Films — the diary of a film history fanatic

Apologies for the tardiness of this post. I moved into a new apartment (yay!) right before the beginning of the month, but didn’t have internet for a week (boo!). At long last I have the internet again! You will notice … Continue reading

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