Say au revoir to winter! Spring approaches and with it, the flourishing of parks and gardens depicted in some of the best-loved masterpieces of modern art.
Aside from Shakespeare's classics, it seems as though the reading of plays is a dying art form. It's not that people don't still read plays, but in my personal life I get the sense that not many of my friends are choosing to pick a play to read over the classic novel format.
The women who live at the Rose M. Singer Center on Rikers Island might be inmates, but they're also accomplished authors. A small group of women gather together once a week for a writer's workshop where they are encouraged to write what's on their mind.
For those of you who are doubtful about art history or you've had a bad experience that left a sour taste in your mouth... Stop right there. I'm an Art History minor and before I even declared it people had the same reaction when I told them about it: Ugh, no thanks, I remember...
Depicting the lives of the twelve Caesars, the monumental silver-gilt standing cups of unknown origin, known as the Aldobrandini Tazze, are perhaps the most enigmatic masterpiece of Renaissance metalwork.
We've all been there, folks: after a good room cleaning and rearranging we stumble across all the books we've left behind that we no longer desire. Whether a school book or one of leisure, it's not that we didn't enjoy them, they're just sort of...collecting dust now.