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Monthly Archives: June 2011
Guest Blogger Richard Montoya on the Dynamics of Race & Baseball in L.A. Sunday afternoon–June 26–following a great victory over our freeway rivals under glorious skies – My compa Lalo and I were walking back to his car near El … Continue reading
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Artist Marienela de la Hoz Answers Three Questions from The American Show 1. Why Did You Become An Artist? The first image that comes to mind is of myself as a child with a pencil and a piece of paper … Continue reading
The Endless Alley – Photo by Trey Ratcliff The dirt and grit and color that comes with European alleys make for great subjects for dynamic night photography. Usually I only stay out for about an hour after it gets dark, … Continue reading
CultureGrrl–Lee Rosenbaum’s Cultural Commentary You couldn’t have had a more rapt audience for a movie filmed largely inside the NY Times’ newsroom than the attendees at the recent Investigative Reporters and Editors conference in Orlando, with whom I got an … Continue reading
The American Show introduces a new segment called “Best Book,” where we’ll talk to people about the book that had the biggest impact on their lives. We kick off the segment with artist Billy Kelley and his best book, Thomas … Continue reading
We have two major camps in the U.S. right now arguing over which economic problem is more pressing: Is it the deficit? Or, is it jobs? The real problem is one of perception.
Urban Projections From Vjsuave in Sao Paulo run by vjsuave from vjsuave on Vimeo.
ECOdesign 2011 from Ignat Goodzlovenko on Vimeo. This short 3D animation was created in the 316lab for the ecological conference held in St. Petersburg State Polytechnical University.
Guest Blogger Jane Chafin on “In the Realms of the Unreal: The Mystery of Henry Darger” by Jessica Yu When does a documentary about an artist become a work of art in and of itself? When the documentary is Oscar … Continue reading
Unluck from Yaniv Fridman on Vimeo.