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Gratitude Road
Posted August 8th, 2014 @ 2:15 pm EST

Under/Over/On has reached capacity for its debut in Atlanta at the High Museum on Saturday, 8/23. The community's response to us has been unexpected and wide-reaching, and we are as humbled by your hospitality as we are galvanized by it. Batdorf &...   »

Another Rossetti Discovered
Posted September 19th, 2013 @ 3:44 pm EST

I don't know why I'm surprised. But it's thrilling every time. Rossetti's undocumented images seem to emerge every few months. This sketch of Alexa Wilding, one of his less interesting models, was found on the back stairs of a country house. Image: Photo...   »

Posted March 30th, 2012 @ 5:41 pm EST

Look left, over yonder. My excellent web designer has added a new feature to the site so that you can subscribe to my blog and soon-to-be-developed newsletter chock full of reading recommendations, SM news, and timely events of which I may or may not be a...   »

Uncovering a Tombstone
Posted March 26th, 2012 @ 12:51 pm EST

An art teacher discovered Ford Madox Brown's tombstone in Islington overrun with vegetation, and he helped launch a "Ford Madox Brown grave improvement appeal." I couldn't help but feel stirred by the bit of quirky news. Can we hope that a stranger would...   »

Split Personalities
Posted July 27th, 2009 @ 12:51 pm EST

Do you ever feel like you were hit by lightning, split down the middle on everything you want? Believe you need? I leave my country bumpkin life for the big city in a few weeks. New York seems to be hub of the universe, at least my universe. I've come to...   »

A Rained Out Fair
Posted July 19th, 2009 @ 1:09 pm EST

This fair rolls onto the school lawn in Norwich every July, and then packs up and rolls out two days later. It's what you would imagine with fried dough and tickets and swings. I didn't make it because of the downpouring rain and torrential winds, but whe...   »

Barefoot Haircuts
Posted July 16th, 2009 @ 1:37 am EST

This afternoon I set up shop in a friend's backyard with an aluminum chair, extension cord, and a pair of blunt scissors. Barefoot and under the sun, I sheared boy-hair like the salad days of university. They say that petting dogs reduces blood pressure....   »

On the Ridge
Posted April 19th, 2009 @ 9:51 pm EST

This is what I have looked out to for the past three months, and I'm moving back to town. I hate to give up the farmhouse, but I need the internet....   »

The Last of the Ice
Posted April 14th, 2009 @ 5:29 pm EST

It's that one day of the year that daffodil stalks have climbed only halfway out of the ground. Nature feels like a sci-fi freakshow. The tiny violets surrounding tree trunks haven't quite bloomed. The wind is cold but the sun is hot. I'm sweating and chi...   »

Cardboard Sleds Mark The End Of Winter
Posted April 10th, 2009 @ 9:09 pm EST

Watched the Intergalactic Cardboard Sled Contest on Mount Sunapee. With duct tape, cardboard, and wax, about twenty teams that spent months working on their sleds. The day before, a clutch of Dartmouth med students created the Pope Mobile (if they had on...   »

Wet Ink: Return to Paradise
Posted November 1st, 2008 @ 6:11 pm EST

"Vancouverites began flocking to Hawaii in the 1960s and, with the strong Canadian dollar, they're back in a big way. The islands' high-end retail will appeal to any shopaholic, luxe residences have come way down in price, and their economic slowdown h...   »

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