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Chronicles: Central Synagogue

  One of the more surprising sites along Lexington Avenue in New York City is Central Synagogue; it’s Moorish towers topped with sparkling domes seem so out of place in the hustle and bustle of midtown. And yet, the synagogue is one of the oldest buildings on the block, not to mention one of the oldest synagogues in the United ... Read More »

News: Ask a Curator Day

  Ever wish you could ask the curator at the Guggenheim how they come up with such diverse exhibitions or the Van Gogh Museum just how does one package a piece of an ear? Well thanks so the people behind Ask a Curator, you can.   “‘Ask a Curator Day’ on September 1st 2010 will open the door to these ... Read More »

Melbourne’s Party Protest, The Church of Pizza, and The New Liverpool

If you wanted to check out Polish artist Miroslaw Balka’s massive “How It Is” installation in the Turbine Hall of the Tate Modern but can’t make it to London… well… there’s an app for that. (SlamXHype)   10,000 music fans re-enacted AC/DC videos, sang, danced, and generally had a good ol’ time as they choked the streets of Melbourne late ... Read More »

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