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Alex Colville Child and Dog (1952)

- L.M. 12-06-2007 9:35 pm [link] [9 comments]


Happy Krampus Day to all my insensitive European friends!

And for a special Krampus Day treat I give you Cindy und Bert.

Cindy und Bert are very bored mit Krampus day.

- L.M. 12-05-2007 8:50 am [link] [10 comments]


- L.M. 12-03-2007 5:13 am [link] [3 comments]

Sunday Devotionals

The greatness that is Clara Ward and the Ward Singers

Clip from the Flip Wilson Show

Clip from the 1968 movie A Time To Sing

Clip from Newport Jazz festival 1962

- L.M. 12-02-2007 9:47 am [link] [2 comments]

People who are interested in poultry should listen to This American Life's current Poultry Slam episode. People who are interested in puppets should also listen. People who are interested in poultry and puppets (you know who you are) should drop everything they're doing and listen to it right this minute.

- sally mckay 12-01-2007 7:49 pm [link] [7 comments]

One of our teachers asked us to come up with an art image that we like, that we feel is a good representation of love. It's a hard assignment! If it's a test of our cynicism levels, I think mine are scoring pretty high. The first thing that popped into my head was Courbet's Origin of the World but I think that's more like respect, and also lots of people think it's just lust and they might be right. I did think this little kid's art on flickr pretty much nailed it. I ended up choosing Da Vinci. I've always been a bit scared of and impressed by the look on St. Anne's face. All in all, I find it kind of strange how few examples I could come up with. Anybody else have any ideas?


- sally mckay 11-28-2007 5:56 pm [link] [28 comments]