- Washington City PaperApr 07 14:06 PM
Brandon Todd is steamrolling so hard, he might as well be a part of buddy Muriel Bowser 's Potholepalooza . Todd racked up yet another win last night ahead of the Ward 4 special election, handily winning an endorsement from the LGBT-focused Gertrude Stein Democratic Club.
- The ForwardApr 10 11:10 AM
Virgil Thomson, subject of a new Library of America series, produced admirable works. But his offensive statements about Aaron Copland and George Gershwin are cause for scrutiny. Click here for the rest of the article...
- The VillagerApr 16 9:35 AM
A benefit for the victims of the March 26 East Village gas explosion and fire drew a capacity crowd of 200 people to Theatre 80 St. Mark’s on Sunday night and raised $11,000. Taken together with a $36,000 contribution by Sting and others by Yoko Ono and Gertrude Stein of the Boris Lurie Foundation, the read more here »
- Minneapolis-St. Paul Star TribuneMar 28 12:17 PM
A Gertrude Stein opera, Bernstein’s “Chichester Psalms” and Robert Shaw are some highlights.
- Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsApr 20 6:44 AM
"In Montmartre: Picasso, Matisse and the Birth of Modernist Art" (Penguin Press), by Sue Roe
- Washington City PaperMar 26 6:02 AM
Harry Thomas Jr. crony finds a job in the Muriel Bowser administration—briefly. [ LL ]
- Brandon SunApr 20 6:56 AM
"In Montmartre: Picasso, Matisse and the Birth of Modernist Art" (Penguin Press), by Sue Roe At the dawn of the 20th century the Parisian district of Montmartre was still largely rural, a hillside village dotted with windmills, vineyards and tumbledown shacks. There, a ragtag band of young
- Washington PostApr 06 3:00 AM
Gretchen Rubin says the secret to changing your habits is to know yourself.
- The GuardianApr 11 23:30 PM
This graphic biography beautifully recreates the painter’s early years in Montmartre with his lover, Fernande Olivier This mammoth graphic biography of Pablo Picasso – the third book in SelfMadeHero’s brilliant Art Masters series – is told by his lover, Fernande Olivier, the model with whom the artist shared a Montmartre garret in the years before he met Georges Braque in 1907. Cast out when he...
- Time MagazineApr 10 3:23 AM
The book came out exactly 90 years ago
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