Copyright 2012. Magnifying the Universe by Number Sleuth.
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Courtesy of our friends at from Number Sleuth, this interactive infographic accurately illustrates the scale of over 100 items within the observable universe ranging from galaxies to insects, nebulae and stars to molecules and atoms. Numerous hot p More...
If you're a fan of the band My Morning Jacket, you're a fan of Jim James -- he's their lead singer and writes most of their songs. Jim's now venturing on his own, and here's his first solo single. We hear Roy Orbison from the early days; do you?
Sounds of bone-crunching violence.
Artist Robbie Cooper's Immersion project began as a quest to capture people's faces as they respond to video games, movies, and YouTube videos. Now Cooper is opening up the project, via a Kickstarter campaign, actively inviting anyone who wants to participate to turn on their webc More...
Spring is just around the corner, and so is our wanderlust. We imagine ourselves in the great outdoors, under a canopy of stars.
We imagine Yosemite.
Photographers Sheldon Neill and Colin Delehanty collaborated to create this stunning HD time-lapse video, and continue to work on Project Yosemite.
You can almost smell the pine trees and fee More...
They seem so self-involved, playing roles, doing characters! They say lines from plays, even when they’re not on stage. Isn’t it annoying?
At least that’s what you may think when Laura enters an old house far up Beachwood Canyon. Laura, although classically trained in theatre, now finds herself doing studio movies. She seems More...
I saw the moon rise
On the beach
Behind a wall
Over the living sea
I saw the sun rise from the lotus
Quivering on the dark primeval waters
Country of my birth
Kemet and Deshret
Order and Chaos
Land from whose Winds and Deserts
Land from whose chants
I learned speech
Ferndale, Michigan, in the Detroit metro area, has suffered more than its share of economic devastation over the past decade. With store after store going out of business, artists are coming to the rescue; they've recently taken over an abandoned Old Navy location and turned it into a place where artisans of all kinds can mingle and sell their ware More...
Chiwan Choi, publisher of Writ Large Press and a regular contributor to Cultural Weekly, will be back next week with the whole story of last Saturday's Grand Park BookFest, for which he and other independent publishers had been preparing.
Until then, here's a photo album of the day.
Posted 3/6/13. Photos courtesy of Charlotte More...
My son said to me, “Education is free, we pay for college.” He’s eighteen years old and has only completed a semester of college, but he seems to have learned something. It’s true that much of my son’s education has been “free,” including running with the bulls, running through the streets of Rome on New Year’s Eve and running w More...