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Pterosaur Psyndrome!
San Francisco, CA

Pterosaur Psyndrome!

By Erinosaurus Blackwellis | Oct 15
The desire for dinosaurs in the digital age is easily met.

Sistine Chapel Aims For New Heights With Olympics-Style Show

Sistine Chapel Aims For New Heights With Olympics-Style Show

Oct 13
The Sistine Chapel might be coming to a theater near you.

College: Art Show with KKK Robes too Disturbing for Public

College: Art Show with KKK Robes too Disturbing for Public

Oct 10
A Pennsylvania college has barred the public from seeing a provocative art exhibition on slavery, white supremacy and racist violence against blacks, deeming it "potentially disturbing."

For LGBTQ History Month, Welcoming the Archives of Rainbow Flag Creator Gilbert Baker

For LGBTQ History Month, Welcoming the Archives of Rainbow Flag Creator Gilbert Baker

Oct 10
For LGBTQ History Month, San Francisco's GLBT Historical Society talks about Pride flag creator Gilbert Baker's contributions.

Vernacular Eye
San Francisco, CA

Vernacular Eye

By Sura Wood | Oct 8
A quintessential American photographer who's inarguably one of the most influential of the 20th century, Evans attempted to define the fundamental features of American culture through photography.

Syrian Dancers Perform Show About Migration in Berlin

Syrian Dancers Perform Show About Migration in Berlin

By Jona Kallgren | Oct 7
A group of Syrian dancers is going on tour across Germany with a show that tells of the plight that made them flee their homeland and of the hopes they have for the future.

Exhibition Dedicated to David Bowie Will Come to NYC

Exhibition Dedicated to David Bowie Will Come to NYC

Oct 5
A record-breaking museum exhibition dedicated to musician David Bowie is making its final stop at New York's Brooklyn Museum next year.

Painter Poet of the Gay Counterculture
San Francisco, CA

Painter Poet of the Gay Counterculture

By Sura Wood | Oct 1
The openly gay Chinese-American artist, who trained as a ceramicist, hawked his talents as a street portraitist in the city and in his student days at Humboldt State.

Mona Lisa Unveiled? Nude Sketch May Have Link to Masterpiece

Mona Lisa Unveiled? Nude Sketch May Have Link to Masterpiece

Sep 29
There's something vaguely familiar about this charcoal sketch of a woman's face and nude torso - could it be an unclothed precursor to the Mona Lisa?

AP Exclusive: Chicago Nanny No Accidental Photographer

AP Exclusive: Chicago Nanny No Accidental Photographer

By Michael Tarm | Sep 29
New research reveals the French-speaking Chicago nanny Vivian Maier was obsessive about honing her craft starting in 1950.

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