Dado and his Dice Game: Graffiti of Italy

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Northern Italy is well-known for the refined quality of its graffiti, unlike the south which is better known for its more hardcore bombing graffiti scene. Dado (meaning ‘dice’ in Italian) is a great example of the refinement that takes years of dedication. His smooth ribbon-like forms look like they could float from the walls they’re painted on! His attention to the effects of light on shapes is staggering and our interview has been a long time coming!

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Farewell to a distinctive Chicago voice: Terry Callier

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Chicago singer-songwriter Terry Callier never received a fraction of the acclaim he deserved, but no one who heard him ever forgot him.

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Halloween Fireballs: How to See the Taurid Meteors

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The Taurid meter shower could offer views of 10 to 15 meteors per hour.

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Live Music Show – A Girl and Her Hip Hop

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Rani of agirlandherhiphop com curates a dope show of some of her faves Right on This list is complied of all the dopest emcees and crews from the most influential time in hip hop to the present give or take a few Just about everyone is represented…

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Mammoth Storm Plunges NYC into Darkness

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Subway tunnels and parts of the Financial District have been flooded…

 

The flooding has been as devastating as expected given the height of the storm surge, but this image of Ground Zero still is chilling. 

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Compare Irene to Sandy

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Experts say Hurricane Sandy is wider and stronger than Hurricane Irene, which caused more than $15 billion in damage in 2011, and could rival the worst East Coast storm on record.

 

This is a quick visual comparison of remote sensing images that lets you slide to compare the superimposed images. 

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