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21
Oct
Susan Sollins, Pioneering Curator and Art Documentarian, Dies - Hyperallergic
Susan Sollins, the co-founder of Independent Curators International (ICI) and founder and executive director of Art21 -- the non-profit organization that produces an artist documentary series with PBS -- passed away on October 13 of unknown causes.
Source:  Hyperallergic

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21
Oct
Belgian Princess Astrid visits museums on first day in Colombia - La prensa
Princess Astrid of Belgium visits the Museum of Modern Art of Bogota (MAMBO) in Bogota, Colombia, 19 October 2014. Princess Astrid of Belgium will meet with the main authorities of Colombia in order to strengthen the economic and commercial bonds.
Source:  La prensa

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21
Oct
Historian Deborah Harkness turns to fiction - WPTZ The Champlain Valley
While historian Harkness had already published several academic books and articles, fiction writing was a new endeavor. Harkness found freedom in looking into her imagination, rather than her research, while writing about a star-crossed witch and vampire.
Source:  WPTZ The Champlain Valley

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21
Oct
Death Of Bronx Historian Morgan Powell Remains A Mystery - CBS Local
NEW YORK (CBSNewYork) -- The Bronx present and past was Morgan Powell's life. His day job was gardening, but his passion was history, researching, and sharing his discoveries. "His tours were free, giving everyone an opportunity to learn about ...
Source:  CBS Local

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21
Oct
Hundreds honor Butte historian, broadcaster - NBC Montana
More than 500 people packed a Butte church Monday to honor a Mining City legend, Pat Kearney. Kearney called play-by-play for Butte Central sports and created Butte's Sports Hall of Fame. He wrote books about the city and always remembered its ...
Source:  NBC Montana

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21
Oct
City to review Nichols status - Valdosta Daily Times
"As Valdosta's best preserved Modern house of the early 1950s, its earliest Ultramodern house, and its only binuclear house, the Nichols house now possesses a unique significance to the history of the city's architectural history." Supporters state ...
Source:  Valdosta Daily Times

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20
Oct
Aural Archaeology - Diggin in the Carts with Nick Dwyer - GameSpot
The melodic loops from classic games such as The Legend of Zelda, Contra, and Street Fighter II are forever etched into the minds of video game fans who grew up during the 8- and 16-bit era. Though the target hardware is considered primitive by modern ...
Source:  Diggin in the Carts with Nick Dwyer

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20
Oct
Sitting in column: Ipswich historic preservation a grassroots effort - Wicked Local Ipswich
Ipswich is at last getting the chance to preserve its unique historical district and all the early houses that make it a national jewel. A by-law establishing an Architectural Preservation District (APD) will be presented for vote at the Town Meeting ...
Source:  Wicked Local Ipswich

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20
Oct
Exploring a Historian's Own Mysterious Past - New York Times
Exploring a Historian's Own Mysterious Past. By DAVID GONZALEZ OCT. 19, 2014. Inside. Photo. Nilka Martell, at Bronx Park East, with a picture of Morgan Powell, who shared his love of Bronx history with others. Credit David Gonzalez/The New York Times.
Source:  New York Times

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20
Oct
Historian speaker for William Branch Giles DAR Chapter - Columbia Daily Herald
Rick Warwick was the guest speaker at the August meeting of the William Branch Giles DAR Chapter at Legend's in Pulaski. A noted historian, Warwick is with the Heritage Chapter of Williamson County. He spoke on Early Tennessee Samplers, of which he ...
Source:  Columbia Daily Herald

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