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Imagine the Fun Florine Stettheimer Would Have with Donald Trump: The Artist as Feminist, Democrat, and Chronicler of Her Time

Unlike Donald Trump’s cabinet, populated largely by older, wealthy, straight, white men, Stettheimer filled her paintings with gay and immigrant artists ... art museums, including the Guggenheim-Hermi... read more

Immigrant Stories, Racist Housing, and Eerie Landscapes: 5 New Art Exhibits

Local artists ... war and his mother disappeared. There’s a political refugee from Zimbabwe who reunited with her husband in St. Paul, and a man who moved to the U.S. from Mexico at age 3 and has had ... read more

What to do free in Chicago during #DraftTown summer

An African-American artist who lived most of his life in Chicago, graduating from Englewood High School and studying at the School of the Art Institute where one brightly colored work hangs ... County ... read more

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Index sets up China shop

Index Holdings, a mobile communications and media group, has launched a China office, Index China, through group company Index Asia Pacific, the company announced Thursday. In partnership with China M... read more


12 Facts About Joseph Pulitzer, the Man Behind the Awards

The Pulitzer Prize has long been an object of desire for writers, photographers, cartoonists, and even ... Joseph Pulitzer III, himself a publishing mogul, would acquire one of the world’s most sterli... read more

Unraptured, Part II: The Rationalizationing

This is not the first time such predictions were wrong, and it wasn’t even the first time Camping himself was wrong. One thing is pretty sure: the people who believed in Camping and donated more than ... read more

Classical Mythology Too Triggering for Columbia Students

Not these Columbia students, however ... But the fact that an occasional student might feel uncomfortable with certain material seems a strange reason to think no one should read and discuss it. I say ... read more

The chilling threads of our racist past

Racism, religious bias and anti-immigrant sentiments once made Oregon ... Fast forward to the late 1990s when the Clatsop Museum’s curator at the time, Mark Tolonen, mounted a museum exhibit on Astori... read more

A Haitian asylum seeker had spent two years in U.S. detention until an Ohio couple tried to do something about it

CLEVELAND HEIGHTS, Ohio —They had decided to welcome him even ... Mexico border in the fall of 2016 to seek asylum. Rather than enter the country illegally, Damus had followed U.S. protocol by present... read more

Denver councilman: Rein in medical marijuana

The Post editorial board is weighing in Friday on the statewide problem of a lack of regulation of medical marijuana, and in doing some research for the editorial, I chatted with the councilman about ... read more

Super Bowl Avocado Consumption

Take a look down at that bowl of guacamole in your lap this Sunday. Chances are your avocados came from Mexico. But even though most avocados consumed this Super Bowl Sunday aren’t from California, th... read more

Milwaukee Talks: Milwaukee Public Museum director Dennis Kois

Museum professional Dennis Kois is a hometown boy who never expected to return to his native Milwaukee ... but the rest are all art museums. OMC: Does the arts background give you a different perspect... read more



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