Monthly Archives: May 2009

The Journey of the Highwaymen

highwaymenAlmost 50 years ago, a group of South Floridians created a fast-art revolution. A new book, The Journey of the Highwaymen, documents this painting movement. I reviewed it in the Herald. Continue reading

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LA Bound

In case you haven’t heard, I’ve been picked to be an Annenberg Fellow at the University of Southern California. So Bud, Cole and I will be heading there in August for me to go back to school and get an MA in arts journalism. This is big, scary news: I’m not looking forward to moving, and it’s breaking my heart to try to sell our Miami house (we’ll rent it if we can’t get a good deal). But I’m honored to have received this fellowship, looking forward to spending some time studying, and excited about being in LA, near Mom and family.

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Intimate Bjork

This is why I miss New York.

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