Ordinary Sunday Brunch
[Mu1] As debates over music in the age of #MeToo rage on, radio is still about the power of the people
[Mu2] Pop Music in 2018 Was a Beautiful, Transformative Mess
[Mu3] Disappearing movies and games: How safe is your digital collection?
[Mu4] How The ‘New World’ Symphony Introduced American Music To Itself
[Mu5] Matthew Herbert Sets The EU To Music With His Brexit Big Band.
[Ar1] Parties, private jets, and multimillion-dollar paintings: Art Basel, explained
[Ar2] “Come,” it says. “Smell the roses. I use beauty as a trap,” the artist, Ebony G. Patterson, told the Cut in Miami this week.
[Ar3] Walmart to purchase Art.com assets
[Ar4] Tania Bruguera and Other Cuban Artists Released from Jail, Government Curtails Law Censoring the Arts
[Hi1] Pearl Harbor history preserved with help of Paul Allen Philanthropies
[Hi2] Always good, but this week they tackle some history: The Books Briefing: History, Reconsidered
[Hi3] Forty Years Ago, 12.6 Million Feet of History Went Up in Smoke
[Hi4] The Most Amazing Historical Discoveries of 2018
[Fo1] Comfort food? Ohio State University installs bacon vending machine
[Fo2] Oversight of US military’s food suppliers called into question after fraud indictment
[Fo3] Despite value deals, fast-food prices are on the rise
[Fo4] Food giants lure consumers with ‘stealth small brands’