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Our long national nightmare is over.

After The Week From Hell, which involves having to endure not having access to Netflix during PBS Pledge Week, shitty news after shitty news RE: my financial aid, and driving in a death trap to find out aforementioned news during a heat advisory, I’ve finally arrived back on the other side of Internetlessness. As a reward for my patience, I have read three (3) books, finished a knitting project and achieved a good chunk of work on another, and will actually be able to enjoy a room to myself this evening. In honor of such an auspicious occasion, a few links and, for those who are interested, the list of Tharp questions from this week!

  • Kurt Vonnegut Memorial Library to Open in Indianapolis: Holy locational bias, Batman! That being said, this is probably one of the cooler things we’ve done in the past year or so, and this is with the IMA’s opening of 100 Acres in mind. How pathetic that I had to hear about it from ArtDaily, though; I couldn’t have a notice from the news or anything? THANKS A MILLION, CHANNEL 13.
  • Dusseldorf’s Quadriennale 2010 to Present Exhibition by Joseph Beuys: I’m equal parts excited and jealous for Dusseldorf; I mean, how cool is this exhibition going to be? Yeah, Beuys is one of those decisive guys in the history of contemporary art, but I find him decisive…ly awesome. Whatever, I’ll link to what I want.

The list of 33 questions is, naturally, going behind a Read More; it just seems kinder and gentler to your screens. Also, it will make you Read More.

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