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Daisy Jopling Band at the Winery St George Mohegan Lake NY

Wednesday April 6th 2016, 8pm, Doors Open 6:30pm Brian Taylor – flute Jonathan Ivie – piano/keyboards Lavondo Thomas – bass Matt Zebroski – drums Tickets: $20 – $30 Tel: 914 455 4272 THE WINERY AT SAINT GEORGE 1715 E MAIN ST / ROUTE 6 MOHEGAN LAKE NY...

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The Interview, by Allan Shapiro

There are no windows in his office. There is no fireplace. A dim light on his desk. A lamp in the corner. A necklace of shrunken heads atop a humidor beneath it. Add a mounted boar’s head on the wall and it’d be the perfect setting for formal introspection. A safe, sterile place to see and feel everything, to unwrap each emotion I’ve ever felt as if they were gifts to be opened on the most sunny and beautiful day of the year, which also happens to be Christmas.

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Early Chinese Buddhist Sculpture from the Northern Dynasties

Sculpture from China’s Northern Dynasties dating from 386 to 577 A.D. will be the subject of the Asian art show at Throckmorton Fine Art ( from March 3 to April 23 at its New York gallery at 145 East 57th Street. According to gallery founder Spencer Throckmorton, “The focus of our 2016 Asian exhibition will be on sculpture from China’s Northern Dynasties including Northern Wei, Eastern Wei and Northern Qi examples, with an emphasis on artworks dating to the sixth century A.D. A detailed catalog will accompany the exhibition. “The nearly two hundred year period surrounding the sixth century was a particularly rich period of artistic production of Buddhist sculpture as Buddhism was adopted at the highest levels of Chinese society, and richly patronized by the Imperial courts of the successive dynasties. The quality and beauty of these examples can serve to illustrate the high artistic level of the sculpture of this era, and its development over this...

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From the Edge/Column

Things started to come apart: we blamed each other for things little and large: cracks opened. Staying in the same house got progressively harder for us. I have to take responsibility for doing nothing to change the direction things were going. It really was my fault, and I’d declined a wonderful opportunity and wrecked almost twenty years of our very excellent relationship. Being pig-headed is an expensive behavior form, but I fit the definition, nicely. By mutual decision, I “temporarily” moved into a small campus area rental property we owned. I strayed. I strayed a lot.

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