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National Trust for Historic Preservation quiz asks: Which Frank Lloyd Wright building best suits you?
The National Trust for Historic Preservation on June 8 launched a quiz celebrating Frank Lloyd Wright's 150th birthday and asking, "Which Fran…
Back in 1950, Isadore and Lucille Zimmerman wanted a smaller, simpler house. They ended up with a classic. A Frank Lloyd Wright classic.
Dorothea Lange was driving by a pea pickers’ camp on the California coast when she stumbled across a weary mother and her many children huddled in a lean-to.
For author Elin Hilderbrand, the art of the beach novel is very much a matter of location. Starting with where she writes.
American composer Cole Porter wrote a rare ballet in 1923 criticizing America’s hostile stance toward immigrants. Nearly a century later, the ballet is being revived.
The Museum of Wisconsin Art will dedicate its changing exhibition galleries to a four-part sartorial-themed show, A State of Fashion, on view …
Rolling Stone not only chronicled music, politics and culture, but it also helped change it, whether through Wenner’s revelatory 1970 interview with John Lennon, the photography of Annie Leibovitz or the “gonzo” reporting of Hunter S. Thompson.
A University of Minnesota professor is out with an adult coloring book poking fun at college life.
This summer at the movies there will be aliens, evil and friendly, pirates, scantily-clad lifeguards, ladies letting loose, a few classic superheroes in fresh suits, an evil mummy, two King Arthurs and a few very different war films.
Business dialogue is disingenuous communication pop art retro style. Ostentatious joy. The hidden emotions. The face and the mask. joy and disgust