Meet the Japanese artist—and Lost in Translation actor—who creates sprawling cityscapes.
Photos: Hat Day 2017
Les Chapeaux Dans le Jardin, or Hat Day, was held on Friday, May 5, 2017 at Franklin Park Conservatory.
Honey, I'm going to Wyck!
The Stellarota is a 19th century tool used for finding the placement of the stars, sun, and planets on any given day. The Stellarota portrays the sky, with all the constellations and planets visible in the northern hemisphere. The wire circle on top of the picture is used as a "wire Horizon" which one aligns with the picture of the sky. The picture can be turned in the frame using a knob on the back of the device. This particular Stellarota was projected and drawn in 1828 by C.M. Doolittle and S.B Munson, with the engraving done by N & S. S. Jocelyn. The device was made for A. Goodyear & Sons. The Stellarota was invented by Reverend Amos Pettengill.
Printable: post positions, silks, odds for 2017 Kentucky Derby
Click here or on the image below to download a printable PDF of the 2017 Kentucky Derby field and post positions.
Zane Bennett Contemporary Art on Instagram: “sit back, relax, and enjoy the Christo”
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Man in his 90s Makes Amazing Typewriter Art
Paul Smith fought through his Cerebral Palsy symptoms and found a way to create great art with a typewriter.
What not to miss at IU's Art Museum before it closes
Talking the museum's renovation with director David Brenneman
Top 10 New England Bed-and-Breakfasts
Experience New England's charm at these bed and breakfasts.
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Beyond Energy to Synergy
Todd Jones, a high voltage lineman, provided this first-person account of working on the Marcy South Series Compensation Project. NYPA’s managers knew they had the talent on staff and much of the...