It’s here! The July issue of the Arts Express Newsletter. Eighteen full color pages!
* An interview with actor John Savage, talking about PTSD and domestic violence in his films
*A Photographic Report on Occupy City Hall NYC from WBAI News
*Two Poems from Poet Peter Davis
*Dennis Broe on Black Lives Matter Statue Protests in Europe
*Prairie Miller on the New Film, The Tobacconist
*Plus The Guest List, News and Gossip, and more!
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Eagle-eyed readers of this blog may have noticed that recently I put up a new website link at the top of the blogroll over there on the lower left hand side of the page.
That’s a link to the shiny new Arts Express Newsletters archive. As you may be aware, every month we’ve been putting out a full color newsletter filled with interviews, scripts, essays, photos, and more. It’s a kind of companion to the Arts Express radio program. We offer a continuing subscription to the newsletter for free as an email attachment to those who drop us a line at firstname.lastname@example.org and put the word “subscribe” in the subject line (Try it and see!)
Recently, we were requested to create an archive of past newsletters which we’re glad to do. By clicking on this link or the picture above, you’ll be taken to the archive of past newsletters, where you can access any of the individual issues.
So now there are two ways to get your monthly Arts Express Newsletter fix: either rushed to you by email on the first of each month, or by accessing past issues at the archive.
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Yellowlegs ( a new one for me)
Greater Yellowlegs or Lesser Yellowlegs? I don’t know.
“At first glance, the two species of yellowlegs look identical except for size, as if they were put on earth only to confuse birdwatchers.” Audubon Guide to North American Birds
Marine Park Salt Marsh
Brooklyn, New York
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“Gala Contemplating the Mediterranean Sea which at a Distance of 20 Meters is Transformed into the Portrait of Abraham Lincoln (Homage to Rothko),” 1976 by Salvador Dali.
Gala was Dali’s wife.
Compare the painting hanging on the wall at the Teatro-Museo Dalí to the image in the cellphone. Move the image close to you, then view it far away.