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Pop Smart - Special Event: Inman Park Festival 2008

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Thursday May 29, 2008 04:22 pm EDT
Jayson had decided that he was homosexual while watching a Phil Donahue episode on the topic eight years earlier. He'd come home early from kindergarten that day because he'd gotten a stomach ache from worrying about whether his Hee Haw overalls were too outré for his peers. Jayson had been sent home from school fairly often over the years, including the first day of kindergarten when he'd... | more...

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Wednesday May 28, 2008 12:04 am EDT
Jayson had decided that he was homosexual while watching a Phil Donahue episode on the topic eight years earlier. He'd come home early from kindergarten that day because he'd gotten a stomach ache from worrying about whether his Hee Haw overalls were too outré for his peers. Jayson had been sent home from school fairly often over the years, including the first day of kindergarten when he'd... | more...

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Wednesday May 14, 2008 08:00 am EDT

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In Atlanta, art most often meets technology in a sonic landscape of hip-hop samples, glitch music and heady sound-generating software performed at Dorkbot. Continuing Wed., MAY 14, however, Spruill Gallery moves the digital ball forward on the visual field as well with BREAKING NEW GROUND: INTERSECTIONS AT THE FRONTIER OF ART AND TECHNOLOGY. Curator Hope Cohn has...

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Monday May 12, 2008 08:00 am EDT
image-1A mesh of delicate drift and violent squall, Cleveland duo MR. GNOME ingests the lessons of Sonic Youth, King Crimson, Hella and the Cocteau Twins, spitting out dynamic, undulating arrangements of prog-pop and art-metal as they waver between sonic extremes Mon., MAY 12. Comely frontwoman Nicole Barille's breathy vocals accompany supple six-string majesties that rise and collapse in fits... | more...

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Friday May 2, 2008 08:00 am EDT
image-1Imagine how different the American flag could have been if Betsy Ross had the help of electricity and some young and crafty artists. In Cooper Sanchez's independently produced art show FLAGSHIP MARK, he collaborates with the Betsy Ross Society, a group of 19 seamsters and seamstresses, sewing machines and printing presses, to make his own versions of flags. Sanchez expands on the idea of... | more...
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