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Critical Condition

Writer, painter, educator, philosopher, keen observer of clouds and leaves and rocks. The 19th-century Englishman John Ruskin was many things, but he’s most remembered for his work as an art critic, for which Yale art history professor Tim Barringer has …

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Listening Device

When’s the last time someone read you a story? …

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A Flying Start

Alasdair Neale is the first to acknowledge that some people find classical music—well, stuffy. …

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Into the Wood

Snow falls in heavy streaks, puddling on top of a black umbrella. Footprints on the street show dark pavement underneath. …

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Interior Design

A photo essay. To view all 34 images, check out the email version.

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Broad Casting

Disc jockey Lisa Sahulka is spinning up Miles Davis and Keb’ Mo’ as I pull into the parking lot at the University of Bridgeport. …

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Photo Credit

Whose photo is it, anyway?

That’s the central question asked by Collaboration: A Potential History of Photography

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Play Back

Erik Golinowski

It might seem brazen to name your business The Only Game in Town, but it’s pretty much true. …

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Frame of Mind

Visiting an art museum usually means strolling past hundreds of works. Lingering before the ones that capture your interest, you might…

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Real to Reel

The 16-millimeter movie cameras are tricky to use. …

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