Automotive Elegance at Seattle Art Museum

  This past Saturday – on June 29th – I attended the Rally for SAM.  It was a one day exhibition of exquisite museum-worthy automobiles, thoughtfully curated on the serene esplanade of Seattle Art Museum’s (SAM) Olympic Sculpture Park, overlooking the Puget Sound.  Billed as “18 Magnificent Cars from 5 Extraordinary Private Collections,” the show …

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The Bauhaus Influence in Chicago and Detroit

The Bauhaus Influence in Chicago and Detroit By Max Eternity   In recognition of the 100th Anniversary of Germany’s Bauhaus school (1919 – 1933), many events have been planned and plenty of news articles are being written and published, including a history-driven essay about the post-Bauhaus influence in Chicago by Nancy Chen. Bauhaus Dessau by …

Einstein’s Moral Imperative on “The Common Language of Science”

Einstein’s Moral Imperative on “The Common Language of Science” By Max Eternity The more I learn about Albert Einstein, the more I see how terribly represented he has been throughout history.  The general impression I’ve been given about Einstein, whether in the classroom or casual conversation, usually falls into two camps: that he was an …