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  1. Turkish Sunrise (Piano Composition)

    Check out Steven Zheng’s original piano composition, “Turkish Sunrise.”

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    Photo by Stephan Seeber from Pexels
  2. Signs of the City

    There is so much character and life in Shari Blaukopf’s watercolor dépanneur, as captured on the streets of Montréal, Canada.

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    By Shari Blaukopf
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    By Suzy Walker-Toye
  4. Maurice Scully

    At the online home of Irish poet Maurice Scully, you’ll find links to published works in PDF format and recordings of his poetry readings.

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  5. Weather Words

    Check out Adam Scovell’s short film “Weather Words” — a collaboration with composer Colin Riley, Robert Macfarlane, and Rosalind Jana.

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    A still from "Weather Words" a short film by Adam Scovell.
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    By Luke Otley
  7. Richard

    Artist Jess Miller believes that we express our unique, personal narratives through body language. We loved the detail in this bronze cast of Richard with his head resting on his knees.

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    Bronze cast No 1 / 12 of Richard sitting with head resting on knees. By Jess Miller.
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  9. White Space: An Annotation

    At Brevity, Jennifer Gravley meditates on possibilities: “White space is neither the moment before or after but the decision itself, the needle pushing through the fabric of time. The writer pulls the thread already in the needle forward.”

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    Photo by Alex Andrews from Pexels
  10. Inktober 2018 – Poisonous

    We loved Melanie Franz’s ominous, otherworldly interpretation of “Poisonous” — the first prompt for Inktober, 2018.

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  11. Streets Dept

    Since 2011, photographer Conrad Benner has been celebrating Philadelphia’s thriving street-art scenes at Streets Dept, where he documents the city’s visual pulse one mural at a time.

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  13. The Beauty of Antiquity

    Avid traveler and photographer Heather Bean shares a collection of detail- and texture-rich photos from the Greek and Roman galleries at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York.

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  14. John Wayne Gacy and the Birth of the Murderabilia Industry

    “Some people collect out of historical interest, some see it as a natural extension of their interest in true crime, while others may see it as a way of keeping controversial artifacts out of the public eye. And, of course, some collectors just get a kick out of owning something attached to a dark history.”

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