Masha Pogorelova’s art is full of cute, smiling faces, bright colors and light humor — all things often lost during times of such darkness and violence. While we cannot look past the atrocities happening in Ukraine and all over the world right now, she is an active reminder that we cannot lose sight of triumph and hope.
When we found the key to the Press archives, I only remember finding a box or two of old magazines tucked away. The rest of the long walk-in closet was instead full of records. Boxes and boxes of old WUSB promotional records from the ’80s and ’90s — relics from when the radio station was affiliated with the magazine.
Waugh, a Stony Brook University art professor, is the mind behind “#Shucked.” In combinations of organic and inorganic pieces — rocks, shells and pine needles mixed with bottle caps, sand and duct tape — Waugh expresses human influence on nature.
As a professional leaker, he digs through early beta versions of Apple’s software, finding accidental hints of forthcoming iPhones, iPads and other hardware. Before the company dazzles with grand, orchestrated unveilings, and before mainstream outlets like Bloomberg and The Wall Street Journal publish exhaustive rumor roundups, Rambo finds clues embedded in lines of code.
Last month, Apple, one of the biggest names in tech, unveiled a news subscription service that could upend failing traditional revenue models for journalism. In light of the announcement and launch of Apple News+, it’s worth considering how the news…