Monthly Archives: June 2019

Saint George and the Dragon by Russell Barnett Aitken

Russell Barnett Aitken was born in Cleveland and studied at the Cleveland Institute of Art, graduating in 1931. This picture is in the local artists areas of the Cleveland Museum of Art, in the Modern Art section.  Strangely enough this … Continue reading

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This Is So True

I try not to talk about work on my blog, but I am a few days away from vacation.  And I had to post this because it is the truest thing ever.

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Fanfare for the Common Man by Aaron Copland

I had heard this piece before, but it wasn’t until NPR talked about it extensively that I could name it.

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Seaside (July: Specimen of a Portrait) by Jacques-Joseph Tissot

My mom loves this painting.  She actually bought a print of it and framed it.  I bought a postcard of it and keep it at my desk at work. My mom loves the folds in the dress.  She points out … Continue reading

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An Open Letter to the Sister Survivors — The Gymternet

An op-ed from gymnastics fan and occasional reporter Izzi Baskin. via An Open Letter to the Sister Survivors — The Gymternet

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Emma’s Random (Reylo) Thoughts Part 14: Is Reylo a “Twilight Thing?”

It’s been months since I wrote a shameless attempt to get more views, so it’s time for another one! So, in my last post, I promised that I would talk about the vampire in the room, ie “Is Reylo a … Continue reading

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