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Teaching the Liberal Arts in Prison

Our college listed our class as Craft of Manga.

Tonight in SF: ‘In Their Own Words: a Dialogue About Global Warming’

'The work is intended to be an alarm rung to wake us up to the emergency we face.'

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Smoke Break

So many of my thoughts about America, its domestic and international crimes, have revolved around my need to feel like it’s not my fault.

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Happy Birthday, Isabella Stewart Gardner Heist!

19 years ago to the day, 13 works of art valued at a combined total of $500 million were stolen from the Isabella Stewart Gardner Museum in Boston.

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Every year I make the joke that I’ll be watching the big game at LACMA

A good chunk of people ask in earnest if the museum is broadcasting the game. I hate everyone so much.

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Matatu Rides, Mediocre Pizza, Therapy, and Art

On the trip to town, the manspreader I was next to pressed his thigh against mine, and none of my polite noises dissuaded him.

Art Interrupted

There are lots of reasons art doesn’t get finished. A common reason is that the artist dies.

Behind the Barrier

Any one of these prototypes could have easily been created by one of the masters of minimalism. Not Donald Trump, but rather Donald Judd.