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Main Art · Our house is near, and my of­fice on, Main Street, which de­spite its name is not, nor has it ev­er been, the main street of any­thing. Th­ese days “The Main” is start­ing to be hip and fash­ion­able, but the pro­cess is ham­pered by the fact that the build­ings are, on av­er­age, old, and most­ly weren’t very good when they were built. So it was kind of nice when some street art popped up on one that I walk by ev­ery day ...
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Tab Sweep — The World · Smal­l, but good: Charley Park­er, Bradley Burston, Paul Mon­day, and Alex Waterhouse-Hayward (a­gain) ...
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Tab Sweep — World · In which we vis­it the sad, bad, mad Mid­dle East, are in­spired by art, and re­port some cheery game news ...
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Hamburger Art · I like art gal­leries and mu­se­um­s, in par­tic­u­lar mod­ern art, some­thing that strains the brain a bit. Ber­lin is a pret­ty big deal in the modern-art world so when Lau­ren asked what I want­ed to do one day, we went to the Ham­burg­er Bahn­hof, at one time the sta­tion where you got the train to Ham­burg, now an Art mu­se­um, and old rail­way sta­tions make good ones ...
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