Monthly Archives: December 2015

Monthly Archives: December 2015

The Wind by Philip Quinn

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The Wind by Philip Quinn    

The Marks on Your Back by Brent van Staalduinen

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The Marks on Your Back by Brent van Staalduinen    

Michael Alan’s ‘Living Installation: The Anti-Depression Show’ at 17 Frost Gallery

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Michael Alan’s ‘Living Installation: The Anti-Depression Show’ at 17 Frost Gallery 17 Frost Street Brooklyn, New York 11211 on December 19th at 6 PM to December 20th at 4 AM EST Tickets-$20 100 person limit  

A Room in the City: Gabor Gasztonyi — in conversation with Mark McCawley

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A Room in the City: Gabor Gasztonyi   in conversation with Mark McCawley    

The Insane Dutch Tradition of Writing Poems For Sinter Klaas by bart plantenga

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The Insane Dutch Tradition of Writing Poems For Sinter Klaas by bart plantenga     The Dutch equivalent of Santa Claus comes on December 5, which is celebrated by the giving of gifts, each of which [technically] should come with a RHYMING poem written about the receiver by the giver, usually in a humorous, somewhat mocking tone. This leads to a lot of stress and all sort of online rhyming dictionary site crashing. Not something sane, well-meaning people need during …