The jig is up. Here’s where the paper-thin tissue of my supposed artistic authority tears asunder, revealing in sharp relief the uneducated, superficial, pretentious preening prig that hides beneath: Old Dominion University’s current production of The Death of Thomas Edison is absolutely gorgeous to behold, and I’m not completely sure I get it.
Less than two months and counting down, still on time and on budget, the new Slover Library is coming together beautifully.
How about some art the people can relate to. Art that doesn't seek to elevate the mundane to heavenly heights, but shows the world--and us--as exactly the filthy, sweaty, horny, pleasure seeking wretches we are.
The gravity of the accusations made against Mayor Sessoms and the detail with which they were researched demands that we look at something as-of-yet under-examined by the media: the actual text of Chapter 31 of Title 2.2 of the Virginia State Code known as the State and Local Government Conflict of Interests Act.
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