Good Reads for your Sunday
Today's news brings you a roundup of links to some recent good reads around the Internet, in case you missed it. Read about the Lowline in NY and the Dupont Underground in Washington, D.C. Catch a review of the film, Whose Streets, about Ferguson, MO, (and look for Michael Lieberman's review of the film coming soon on Artblog). Catch a glimpse of Tyler Kline behind the scenes helping to create the "fireflies" on the Parkway, debuting this Fall.

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ICYMI GOOD READS

Working on Cai Guo-Qiang Fireflies…featuring Tyler Kline – Hidden City


Dupont Underground – non-profit arts venue rises in an abandoned D.C. trolley tunnel – NY Times


In other Underground news – NY non-profit plans a park, The Lowline, under Delancy St. – NY Times


Review of “Whose Streets,” a film about Ferguson, MO, and the death of Michael Brown, screened in Philadelphia at the 2017 Blackstar Film Festival earlier this month – The Guardian
(Look for Michael Lieberman’s review coming soon to Artblog.)


A digital composite of 233 photographs taken over a period of an hour and 57 minutes Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA
Hawes, Yorkshire Dales, UK. A digital composite of 233 photographs taken over a period of an hour and 57 minutes
Photograph: Danny Lawson/PA

Perseid meteor shower – Fabulous pictures of a starry night. – The Guardian

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blackstar film festival, d.c., dupont underground, ferguson, fireflies, lowline, new york, perseid meteor shower, tyler kline, washington, whose streets

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