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Tuesday March 19, 2019

Swim With Mike benefits physically-challenged athletes with scholarships. It is a phenomenally inspiring organization. Bruce Furniss, our two time Olympic Gold Medal award-winner, is swimming for dollars. Click Here to sponsor a lap. It’s a great cause and a fascinating story.

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From the Huffington Post: I like the idea of equating a religious war to a bar fight…

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From the Huffington Post: Paris in the Twenties. Greenwich Village in the Fifties. Venice Beach in the Seventies. Chelsea in the Eighties. Right here, right now, Echo Park is…

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From the Huffington Post…

I can’t imagine why anyone would want to become an artist. The hours are long, the benefits are few and the pay is lousy. Even worse, it’s a lonely place; most folks cannot fathom our what nor why of it. ‘Success’ in the arts cannot be quantified nor is the pursuit easily explained. Read More

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‘Marxist Glue’, a new street art show curated by Toks Shoyoye at Hold Up Art, redefines the Los Angeles community and challenges MOCA. You heard it here first.

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In celebration of the exciting and very timely show “Open For Business” curated by John Spiak at ASU, we offer a free life-affirming screensaver. Part of artist Wendy Furman’s exhibition, the Fellowship of Fortuna is proud to rub shoulders with the great Seth Kaufman, the brilliant Susan Silton, Mark Dean Vaca (now up at Western Project), Karen Atkinson, Joost Van Oss,  Jon Haddock, Christiane Robbins, Gordy Grundy and LA’s  Habib Kheradyar Zamani. Click Here for this good looking screensaver.

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ARTcompass

“Palms were ripped from their shallow roots. The Plantation House splintered into shards of glass, mahogany and sandalwood. Wild-eyed livestock thrashed to keep their heads above water. The wave carried us relentlessly forward…”

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