In this film version of the stage musical, Tevye is a Jewish peasant in pre-Revolutionary Russia trying to support his family and maintain his Jewish tradition under a Czar that would like to run his people out of town. Tremendous songs and memorable dance sequences make this film a true classic. Click here to see more.
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This DIY is super simple. In just five easy steps you can create wall art that is fun, original, and packed with color. Click here to see more.
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These songs, mostly written for big Broadway stages, turn out to also thrive in close quarters. This was the happy discovery of Take Me to the World: A Sondheim 90th Birthday Celebration, a starry, streaming tribute to Stephen Sondheim hosted by the actor Raúl Esparza. Click here to see more.
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What is philosophy? How does it differ from science, religion, and other modes of human discourse? This course traces the origins of philosophy in the Western tradition in the thinkers of Ancient Greece. Click here to see more.
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Third Dimension: Works from The Brant Foundation is the second exhibition at The Brant Foundation’s New York space, featuring over 20 artists integral to its collection. The selected sculptures, installations, and other works oscillating between painting and object represent the multifaceted practices of the artists on view, offering visitors the opportunity to encounter artists who have been collected in depth by Brant Foundation over the past 50 years. Click here to see more.
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Thanks to an ever-growing catalog of digital exhibitions, virtual tours and other online cultural offerings, art lovers sequestered at home amid the COVID-19 pandemic have plenty of options for socially distanced creative expression. For those who prefer a do-it-yourself approach to artistic appreciation, consider downloading Occupy White Walls, a free video game that allows users to design their own art gallery. Click here to see more.
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Streamed live to YouTube on August 30th, The Kennedy's, a folk/rock duo, paid special tribute to the songs from the Summer of Love - they couldn't let summer end without visiting this rich musical era. Click here to see more.
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Even the most inexperienced weaver can learn branch weaving! The resources to do so are inexpensive and found almost anywhere. All you need Y-shaped stick, yarn, and possibly a fork or darning needle (to make the process a bit easier). Click here to see more.
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For the first half hour or so the train follows an easy route along the wide valley floor with high mountains on either side, then the line starts to climb and you get your first taste of what is to come as the train passes high above Shalona Lake and enters the tree lined Rockwood Gorge. Click here to see more.