This compact yet comprehensive book, written in an accessible, engaging style, is perfect for readers without a formal or comprehensive art background who are interested in furthering their basic art knowledge.
Art 101: From Vincent Van Gogh to Andy Warhol, Key People, Ideas, and Moments in the History of Art by Eric Grzymkowski
I just want to start by saying how excited I am to be starting this blog and sharing my love of music with all of you! I think we're going to have a lot of fun things to talk about.
Just to clear up some confusion; this is the same Music Musings on Monday blog that some of you are familiar with. The difference is that I'm not the same writer. When the original Music Muse left the library, I was asked to take over. And I'm hopeful that you'll enjoy my posts as much as you enjoyed hers.
The educational database lynda.com started in 1995 as online support for the books and classes of Lynda Weinman, a special effects animator and multimedia professor. Lynda and her husband, Bruce Heavin, founded a digital arts school and together went on to create lynda.com.
With little fanfare or publicity, Les Roberts has published another mystery. But this one is not part of the Milan Jacovich series. Rather, it is the second book featuring Dominick Candiotti, who was first introduced in The Strange Death of Father Candy. Nick Candiotti has returned in Wet Work and Roberts describes his character this way: “Dominck Candiotti, from an Italian family in Youngstown, began his on-page life in the year 1985, exacting terrible revenge for the death of his older priest-brother. He has no friends, no remaining family, he’s not a big talker, and when forced to, he can kill without much compunction.”
This is the book I've been recommending to everyone this year. You can't put it down until you're done, and once you're done you can't stop thinking about it. It's a terrifyingly perfect read for October. Don't open your eyes. If you do, you will see something that will cause you to go insane, kill everyone around you, and then kill yourself.
What a summer for Cleveland sports fans. It continues to be a roller coaster ride of highs and lows for all of our pro teams. The sportswriters and local sports talk radio personalities have to be beyond ecstatic with the never-ending supply of news, rumors, and predictions to discuss.
Well, it’s hard to believe it’s September already. The kids are back to school and settled into their new routines. Lockers have been organized and the shiny new supplies have already lost some of their luster. Also back is one of my least favorite tasks - packing lunches.
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This Gothic contemporary romance, with a bit of suspense, is one of the best reads this year so far. It was named a LibraryReads book for August by librarians across the country (including the Media Maven).