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Weekend Words: Flag

by Weekend Editors on August 17, 2014

Peter Paul Rubens,

This week it was revealed that the masterminds behind the mysterious appearance of a white flag atop the Brooklyn Bridge on July 22nd were artists after all.

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Weekend Words: Walk

by Weekend Editors on August 10, 2014

Thomas Gainsborough,

This week, the Guardian reported that Dallas, which “shares with Detroit the honor of being one of the two most car-dependent major metropolitan areas in the US” may be losing its affection for the automobile.

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Weekend Words: Guide

by Weekend Editors on August 3, 2014

Leonardo da Vinci,

A grim chapter of history came to a close on Monday with the death of the last surviving crew member of the Enola Gay, a little more than a week before the 69th anniversary of the bombing of Hiroshima.

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Weekend Words: Mess

by Weekend Editors on July 27, 2014

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“‘It’s a very tangled mess,’ said Gary Samore, a former national security aide to Mr. Obama.” That’s the sum of current events as reported in an article on Obama’s response to the crises mounting around the world that appeared in Wednesday’s New York Times. Samore continues: “You name it, the world is aflame. Foreign policy […]

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Weekend Words: Rain

by Weekend Editors on July 20, 2014

Childe Hassam

By mid-July, more rain has fallen in the New York region (5.19 inches) than the typical average for the entire month (4.6 inches).

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Weekend Words: Stone

by Weekend Editors on July 13, 2014

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On Wednesday, Hyperallergic’s Jillian Steinhauer brought the news of Marina Abramović’s latest endeavor, a video collaboration with Adidas reenacting the artist’s performance piece, “Work/Relation,” from 1978.

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Weekend Words: Copy

by Weekend Editors on July 6, 2014

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Has forging Pollocks become the latest in copycat crimes? This week Claire Voon brought to Hyperallergic readers the story of New York painter John Re, who was charged with selling nearly two million dollars’ worth of fake Jackson Pollocks since 2005.

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Weekend Words: Cell

by Weekend Editors on June 29, 2014

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The Supreme Court has ruled 9-0 that your cell shouldn’t land you in a cell.

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Weekend Words: Coffee

by Weekend Editors on June 22, 2014

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Last weekend’s Weekend Word was tea; this week, equal time for coffee.

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Weekend Words: Tea

by Weekend Editors on June 15, 2014

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This week, the Tea Party reared its ugly head and Eric Cantor is singing the blues.

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