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Shadow Ball in Jasper's Town, by Duane Corey

Breaking the Rules of the Game to Become American: Duane Corey’s Shadow Ball in Jasper’s Town By: Michelina Docimo I’ve never watched a baseball game in its entirety; it always felt so foreign to me – all those hand gestures.  I couldn’t bring myself to sit through nine innings of this great American pastime without [...]

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Marilyn Monroe

Was Marilyn Monroe Green?  A look into what she truly believed. By Michelina Docimo I came across this quote from Marilyn Monroe’s last interview before her death: “What I really want to say: That what the world really needs is a real feeling of kinship. Everybody: stars, laborers, Negroes, Jews, Arabs. We are all brothers. [...]

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Baltic Blossom, 0-30 degrees East, Circumnavigating Series No. 4,  Oil on canvas, 78x78, 2009

Walking on Water: Search & Self-Discovery in Bendel Hydes’ Circumnavigating the Globe By: Michelina Docimo Tenri Cultural Institute’s Gallery, Chelsea, NYC Sailing, an art that requires masterful skill and trust in wind and water, is a deceptively effortless movement in which a vessel is pushed, pulled, thrust, and propelled forward and onward. As in life, [...]