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Art Inquisition: Are We Making America Great?

A billboard on Highway 80 outside of Jackson, MS simply reads “MAKE AMERICA GREAT AGAIN.” Aside from the fine print, that is the only text, printed in bold capitals over an iconic 1965 image by photographer Spider Martin, depicting a standoff between police and protestors on ‘Bloody Sunday’ in Selma, AL. The …

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A four-inch round cake cut in half with the pieces spread apart to look into the center. It is a dense cake with some pieces of fruit and nuts inside, and white drizzled frosting in a zig-zag pattern across the top.
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Making America Cake Again

This year’s election is getting everyone down. Tensions are high, everything seems dire… thankfully the process will be over in just a few days, come what may. We all need a little something to feel better. So how do you feel about… cake?

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Art Inquisition: Why Would We Wahoo?

Holy foo! Two teams in the World Series that nobody expected! With only two games left, the series stands at two games for the Chicago Cubs, who haven’t won since 1908, and three for the team from Cleveland, who have been waiting for the big win since 1948. Yep, I said …

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It’s the Great Pumpkins, Mad Art Lab!

Happy Halloween, everyone! Some of us who celebrate have gotten crafty on some pumpkins. Take a look!

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Photo: Warren Huska
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Art Inquisition: How Do You Use Your Noodle?

Toronto bicyclist Warren Huska is unconcerned with looking cool. But then, attaching a brightly-colored pool noodle to your bike is a pretty cool idea if  you think about it. In the summer of 2015, Ontario enacted new laws requiring motorists to maintain a safe distance of one metre (a bit over three …

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The Science Behind the Sideshow

Have you ever wanted to know how someone walks barefoot on broken glass? What ’embouchure’ means and why it’s important in fire-eating? Wondered what it would feel like to stand on someone else’s head? Well, I’ve got a show for you! But you’ve got to come to Chicago this winter.

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I Want To Ride My TV-Cycle

VanMoof sells bicycles. But printed on their shipping boxes is… a flat screen TV? Yes, and there’s a really good reason.

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