Editorial : Columns


Bradford Salamon
For Bradford Salamon the pandemic lockdown led to intense self-reflection. His interest has gravitated towards women's faces. more...

Splatters Against the Pandemic
Splatter painting is a great quarantine option, at least if you have the luxury of that extra room or a large backyard. The mess left around more...

Lawn Art
The monotony of pandemic mornings is both comforting and boring. But boredom is the soil in which creative thoughts grow. more...

Cultural Tensions in the High Desert
Never an easy place to get comfortable in, the Joshua Tree area has nonetheless drawn artists and other creatives for years. Through the Tru more...

Daytime at a Museum During the Covid-19 Lockdown
Liz Goldner's recent visits with Hilbert Museum Director Mary Platt reveal that during a pandemic lockdown things do not come to a standstil more...

Rafer Johnson and the Special Olympics
Bill Lasarow's account of a day spent with the late Rafer Johnson, and what it meant. more...

Final Thoughts on Donald Trump
Now that President Elect Biden has been certified, nothing would satisfy many of us more than to see the current president fade permanently more...

In Defense of the Lowly Meme
"Mental illness and hatred pull the trigger, not the gun." more...

Redressing Public Civility
Richard Speer has seen the debased character of the current President coming after years of declining public discourse. more...

“I always wondered who your are”
In the carefree age before lockdown, Margaret Hawkins waited for her car's oil to be changed, and she began to feel a weird sensation. more...

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