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  • Regarding the Land: Robert Glenn Ketchum and the Legacy of Eliot Porter

    Can art change the world? Photographer Robert Glenn Ketchum thinks so. He’s used his career as a highly-respected color landscape photographer to build political support for cleaning up and protecting places of natural beauty and ecological importance. Ketchum’s current exhibit pairs his work with the work of another photographer who inspired him. It’s called “Regarding […]

  • A Season in Hell with the Rolling Stones

    Are you a fan of the Rolling Stones? The world’s highest grossing touring act of 2006 hasn’t slowed down at all and they’ve been doing it since 1962. But what was it like when things were moving really fast for the Stones? Music writer Robert Greenfield was there in the summer of 1971 when they […]