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"In art everything is possible, but everything is not necessary.” ― Arvo Pärt Icelandic band goes dark You could count the number of famous music acts to come out of Iceland on one hand– there's Bjork, her band The Sugarcubes, folk group...
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Bill Neurauter commented on McGuffey Art Center: Sarah Smith, Wilma Bradbeer, and Rhonda Roebuck, and "Forest Discoveries"
I'm very impressed with the concept & logic in developing a totally new vehicle. One question I have is how soon could the VLC be in production.
ziggy73 commented on McGuffey Art Center: Sarah Smith, Wilma Bradbeer, and Rhonda Roebuck, and "Forest Discoveries"
I hope this car can make it. It's different and very futuristic in features. It will take getting used to. Americans are too used to the "big" cars, Suv's, etc. Time will tell all. I applaud Mr. Kuttner for his audacity and hope that he has not sacrificed in vain. The world needs someone with...
UC2 commented on McGuffey Art Center: Sarah Smith, Wilma Bradbeer, and Rhonda Roebuck, and "Forest Discoveries"
WOW! I can say WOW! over and over again. We lived in "Jefferson country", Charlottesville, and "Jerry Falwell country", Lynchburg, for several years when the price of gasoline was around 25 cents/gallon. Its exciting to know that America's "Wild West" of Energy has now moved east due to global...
Madrid28921 commented on Art Upstairs: Peter Altamonte's "Watercolor Retrospective: 1960's to Present"
I enjoyed the movie; the fight scenes were good and believable. There is nothing I hate more in a martial arts movie, that actors who cannot make the fighting appear real. The Karate kid is learning Kung Fu this time, but the movie is so entertaining that in the end who cares! The cast was really...
mistycorbin commented on Silent light: Deasy takes his time
What a well-written, perceptive review of Ed Deasy's photos, and his persona. Having known him for over 35 years, I couldn't have nailed it better myself. Thanks, Laura!
Jenna commented on Gone Studio presents Craig Snodgrass's "Small History, Big Science"
They killed it! They are sooooooo good! Great art show and they were incredible! I love them!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!! :0)
NancyDrew commented on The Gallery @ 5th & Water: James Lightbourne's "Naming the Architects"
" Some of these people make my skin crawl ", totally agree -no wonder marriages are a mess in this age group, if these women are the role models.
Oh My God commented on Gone Studio presents Craig Snodgrass's "Small History, Big Science"
COMPARATIVE ANATOMY IS A GUEST BAND FOR THIS!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!!
Billy Hunt commented on Caf�© Cubano: Photography by Billy Hunt and Andrew Shurtleff
FYI. My work is from my Baby landscapes series. http://www.billyhunt.com/blog/2010/05/baby-landscapes-at-cafe-cubano/

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