Monthly Archives: April 2020

Julie Manet and Her Greyhound

Berthe MORISOT  1893 Oil on canvas, 73 x 80 cm Musée Marmottan Monet, Paris

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Lady Frances Layland-Barratt

Valentine Cameron Prinsep (1838–1904) Torre Abbey Museum

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Map

A Map of Humanity’s Capacity For Creating Meaning

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HEAR

From Another World I’ve Got the Cure Love Galore

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EEK!

Raising Her Veil The Lunatic Fled Into The Woods Increasingly Unnerved

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Installation* (1)

unknown artist Djanogly City Academy

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Goddess of Cool

homecoming queen one day groovy hippie chick the next a series of nested essences proceeding from the eternal

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Babe of the Apocalypse

Amber Owen with one of her family’s cows at the auction. Wisconsin lost 10 percent of its dairy farms in 2019, the largest decline in the state’s history. Credit…Lauren Justice for The New York Times

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Now They Tell Me!

You can say “no” to friends who offer you crack or other drugs. Drugs and Your Friends by Sue Hurwitz and Nancy Shniderman Revised Edition 1995

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Babe of the Apocalypse

Jayci Cumberledge, 23, of Amherst, Ohio Photo: Da’Shaunae Marisa for The New York Times She has since made some money by selling pictures of her feet to people with fetishes who found her online after she put a joking post … Continue reading

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