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Category: Arts

By Jesse James on February 15, 2018<p>The artist known as Erik Parker is back in the news, opening a new solo exhibit in the city that never sleeps. …

The Lazy Girl's Makeup Cheat Sheet

In the coming days, you’re likely to be bombarded with holiday makeup ideas, tutorials, and inspirations. This is great news for your Pinterest …

See-through fish reminds us that nature is way, way weirder than we can cope with

The Pacific barreleye fish has a has a see-through head. And that’s not just so it can weird you out by looking like a living terrarium — it’s for an …

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Young vs. Old, Male vs. Female, Intuition vs. Intellect: Susan Sontag on How the Stereotypes and Polarities of Culture Imprison Us

<i>“Identity is something that you are constantly earning,”</i> Joss Whedon observed in his fantastic Wesleyan commencement address on our inner contradictions, adding: <i>“It is a process that you must be active in.”</i> But ours is a culture that prefers to make our identities static and confine them to …

Ray Bradbury on How List-Making Can Boost Your Creativity

Susan Sontag argued that lists confer value and guarantee our existence. Umberto Eco saw in them “the origin of culture.” But lists, it turns out, might be a remarkably potent tool for jostling the muse into manifesting — a powerful trigger for that stage of unconscious processing so central to the …

The Art of Thought: A Pioneering 1926 Model of the Four Stages of Creativity

In 1926, thirteen years before James Webb Young’s <i>Technique for Producing Ideas</i> and more than three decades before Arthur Koestler’s seminal “bisociation” theory of how creativity works, English social psychologist and London School of Economics co-founder <b>Graham Wallas</b>, sixty-eight at the time, …

Late Paul Walker was truthful, likable actor

This is an obituary that had no business being written for another 40 years, at least. Paul Walker died yesterday in a car wreck at age 40.<p>Paul Walker was never going to be asked to play Hamlet, but he was at the center of a number of highly enjoyable films over the last fifteen years. He had an …

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Pablo Neruda’s “Ode to the Book”

<i>“A book is proof that humans are capable of working magic,”</i> cosmic sage Carl Sagan memorably proclaimed. Books, indeed, are worthy of the deepest kind of cosmic awe, awe so profound it borders on the ineffable — so much so that only the most articulate of poets can fully capture its expansive …

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10 Spectacular Hotels That Make Us Say Wow

• 1 |<p>Le Moulin Du Roc Hotel in France is simply a living fairytale, adorned in rich greenery that cascades like an emerald waterfall around peeping …