In This Issue:
The Iroquois Door Company, 619 Exchange Street, was a wood products manufacturer specializing in windows, doors, millwork, and cabinetry.
This week we like Junot Diaz and the Bulldog; we’re not so pleased with Chris Collins and Erik Bohen.
Artist Dan Galas’s current project is a 100-foot-long functional sculpture dragon.
Literary news and recommendations from the editors of Peach Mag.
Trimania is big. Big as an entire former windshield wiper factory. And it happens Saturday, April 14.
Feel free to interpret Wes Anderson’s new stop-motion animated movie as a cautionary fable about contemporary threats to justice and freedom.
A friendly albino gorilla, a not-so-friendly wolf, and a ferocious alligator transform into giant monsters, and only The Rock can save the day.
PHILIP KOCH’s Mansard Roof, 2018, was inspired by Charles Burchfield’s Rainy Night, 1929-1930.
John P. Perkins III is just the latest Federal Energy Regulatory Commission employee to find gainful employment in the industry he once regulated.
The lawyer might one day regret emulating his near-namesake.