From the daily archives: Sunday, February 6, 2011

I was both looking forward to and dreading the arrival of the Sunday paper. Even in my single, ‘no responsibility but the rent’ days, I can remember not being able to make my way through even the portion of the paper i was interested in, never mind the auto section or the wedding announcements. Although […] more!

Energy companies don’t see a link between local earthquakes and drilling tons of wells and filling them with pressurized sludge only to then drill more wells to store the sludge that comes back out. Tweet more!

Today I have read this article on the Independent about the danger of extinction of wild oysters and the factors that lead to that  and also their importance proven through the pass of time. Elli Chortara © 2011 Tweet more!

I am responding to an article in today’s Oregonian, titled as above. I might have passed it by were it not that Laurie Frick, in her post of 1/27/201,” How much bad art…” referenced the very same article. (Either New York is way ahead of the curve or Oregon is way behind. )For that reason […] more!

From Section A, Front Page West Backs Gradual Egyptian Transition Cool Response to Plan From the Opposition Tweet more!

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The first page of an article in which I am cutting out all the wording. I also feel at a loss when trying to comprehend all that is going on in this part of the world, not to mention the broader implications for what it all means in regards to international relationships. My small protest […] more!

My artwork is inspired by the images in the Sports section of The New York Times today and, particularly, by the article interviewing the Steelers’ coach, Mike Tomlin. “Asked to describe his emotions in such a pressure-packed spot, Tomlin said: “I’m a robot. I’m just going to ride the wave.” Two Super Bowl appearances in his first […] more!

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