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L.A. Art Diary: Week Two, Part One

by Michael Anthony Farley on July 6, 2017
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Michael Anthony Farley continues his exploration of Los Angeles and its art scene. His first week of adventures can be found here.

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This Week’s Must-See Art Events: How’s About Some Hot Stuff Baby This Evening?

by Michael Anthony Farley on July 3, 2017
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Happy Fourth of July!

Everyone probably has cookout plans, but we’ve scoured around to find some nice indoor activities for the days you’ll be spending sunburnt after the holiday (and even an excuse tonight to be hungover on your day off). It may seem like there’s slim-art-pickings in the dog days of Summer, but you’ll be pleasantly surprised how much is still going on at smaller spaces.

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Worst of 2015

by Michael Anthony Farley on December 30, 2015
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What were the top five most scandalous stories we covered this year? The ones people read, shared, and re-tweeted the most, of course. I delved into our site stats to ask why we love bad news so much.

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FOX News Attempted to Troll Me at ABMB

by Michael Anthony Farley on December 11, 2015
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Last week, FOX News personality Jesse Watters visited Art Basel Miami Beach to troll the art world. The segment aired last night, after heavy redaction and blooper clips being used as filler. This is how I remember our conversation transpiring.

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FAIR AND BALANCED: Paddy & Michael Look at BIG’s New Plans for a Fox WTC Tower

by Paddy Johnson and Michael Anthony Farley on June 9, 2015
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Bjarke Ingles Group has just unveiled plans for WTC Tower 2, a huge departure from the slightly yawn-inducing Norman Foster proposal. Since this thing is going to forever change the Manhattan skyline, we’re weighing in on the new design, which will be the new home of Fox News, among other tenants.

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