Monthly Archives: December 2010

Art Lessons

Art Lessons By John Unger Zussman One day in fourth grade, our art teacher passed out crayons and asked us to draw a picture of the most beautiful thing we could imagine. I started with a verdant forest beside a … Continue reading

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Anna Baltzer

STL-PSC Flash Mob: Boycott Israeli Apartheid in Palestine! POPULAR BOYCOTT ISRAEL ST. LOUIS FLASH MOB VIDEO REMOVED BY YOUTUBE Prompts Questions about Selective and possibly Unlawful Shut-Down FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE December 23, 2010 Contact Person: Colleen Kelly, 314-761-7428 Who: Members … Continue reading

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ART REVIEW

 Paper collage (11 x 14 inches) made with found materials by Matt Gonzalez. MATT GONZALEZ AT TRIPLE BASE GALLERY by Paul Occam Triple Base Gallery on 24th Street recently unveiled its new artists in a flat file project that allows … Continue reading

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The Sestina Has Been Sinking, by Steve Davenport

The Sestina Has Been Sinking for EMW Sestina, tonight’s the night I push you off the overpass. I’m done with your six kinds of hell. Your demanding sky, your French complications, your clouds in my happy wagon, your forty-two words … Continue reading

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SATURDAY POETRY SERIES PRESENTS: KENDRA GRANT MALONE

A PLACE WHERE YOU CAN BE ALONE by Kendra Grant Malone WHEN I GOT OFF THE TRAIN TONIGHT I WANTED TO BE BACK IN THE MIDWEST THERE WAS NO REAL PROMPT FOR IT MY BRAIN WAS SUDDENLY FLOODED WITH IDEAS … Continue reading

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The Coming Crisis of Op-Ed Food: What Class Says About Food (or the Poverty of Food Theory)

By Liam Hysjulien It’s hard to get behind any food movement (if they can even be categorized as such) these days.   While I tend to eat healthy—spending roughly a third of my income (which as a graduate student isn’t very … Continue reading

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Andreas Economakis

“Do You Really Want To Hurt Me?” by Andreas Economakis July 27, 1985. Day 2 of the big Rock in Athens concert. S. and I squeeze our way through the excited crowd and sit down on the white marble seats. … Continue reading

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