From the daily archives: Tuesday, February 1, 2011

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EGYPT……it’s in the news……on the TV…..and here in the NY TImes. . I can’t escape it, it sounds very alive to me, wish i could be there instead of here in yet another winter storm, shoveling ice and spreading salt. I’d love to go shout and dance at the pyramids, hang out in the heat, […]

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I spent part of the day reading the paper, and then looking at the layout of the first section….  Here is a mapping of the color blue, where and when it appears in section A: (in chronological order, and from top to bottom in the case that there is more than one location) A1: (three […]

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The article, “Line in Dance? Let’s Go Back to the Drawing Board” in The New York Times today talks about the creation of lines and about the movement involved in that creation, particularly as it relates to dance. The artist , Henri Matisse, was mentioned in the article and it reminded me of a quote […]

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Afghan religious leaders voice their concern about improper stones used in stoning of young couple according to The New York Times. Tweet

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I am still awaiting the arrival of my physical NY Times paper, but for the residency my plan is simple. I hope to explore ideas surrounding time through contemplating the physical paper and to probably attempt to protoyype some works to be finished later. I am particularly interested in several statements Maya has made in […]

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French Health Minister Xavier Bertrand has published a list of 77 pharmaceutical drugs the government says need to be monitored more closely in the wake of the Mediator scandal. This anti-diabetes medication was allegedly responsible for the deaths of at least 500 people in France. http://www.english.rfi.fr/france/20110201-government-draws-list-risk-drugs Tweet

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I find it difficult to understand the reason(s) 26 governors are working so hard to scrap the new health care law. And I find it impossible to believe that the majority of Americans without health insurance don’t want it, especially if  (as I understand they would be) insurance plans were subsidized for those who are […]

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This is an illustration I came up with for an article I read today morning while drinking my coffee in central London on today’s Guardian. It was about the reforms to be made on the NHS (National Health Service) in the UK and the disagreements and concerns expressed about the future changes. Elli Chortara © […]

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