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2017’s National Book Award Winners

2017’s National Book Award Winners

The National Book Foundation awarded various National Book awards on November 15, 2017. The National Book Awards are given to one author each year in four categories: fiction, nonfiction, poetry and young people’s literature. There were 1,529 works submitted for review. 394 were in fiction, 553 in nonfiction, 245 in poetry and 337 in young […]

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The Street Art Movement: Vandalism to Urban Art

The Street Art Movement: Vandalism to Urban Art

It began as vandalism, but now is considered a flourishing art movement. Street art has not always been widely considered a valid form of artistic expression.  Perceptions of the art form have changed dramatically over the last century, garnering respect within the art form.  Instead of solely popping up as visual pollution on the sides […]

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TOP 5 Art Thefts in History

TOP 5 Art Thefts in History

Art thefts have been present in the artistic world throughout history. This is a list of the top 5 art thefts that have occurred throughout history: The Pigeon with the Green Peas by Pablo Picasso This is particularly noteworthy because while paintings can at times be recovered, the world is about 99.9% sure we will […]

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Stevie Nicks for President

Stevie Nicks for President

Happy October! In the spirit of Halloween I have decided to dedicate a somewhat atypical album review to the witchiest of witches, Queen Stevie Nicks. Earlier this year I had the opportunity to see Stevie perform live at the Spectrum Center and I can assure you she still carries her Fleetwood Mac edge decades after […]

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