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  • Kubrick: The Cabinet of Dr. Strangelove

    As you walk up the stairs towards "Stanley Kubrick: The Exhibition," you might miss an anteroom on your right. Separated from the main gallery of Kubrick film paraphernalia, this waiting room, at a passing glance, registers as a blank space. More >>
  • Whose Line Is It, Anyway?

    Tabitha Lahr isn't so sure about the latest real estate crypto-acronym for her neighborhood. "Doesn't 'DivCo' sound like a terrible supermarket?" she asks. "I'm not a huge abbreviator. And nobody wants to call it 'NoPa.'" She's an artist, baker, freelance More >>
  • Colonial Mentality

    Until President Barack Obama signed legislation last month that eliminated "Oriental," "Eskimo," "Negro," and other outdated terms as references in written federal laws, the U.S. government effectively sanctioned those terms for public use. These vestiges of racist colonial-era mores remained More >>

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