Monday, February 28, 2011

Happy Monday. Do you feel like a giant puppet staggering around an Irish bar? I do!

The rest of today's links relate to the past. An Illinois book club has been meeting for 100 years; a Daphne du Maurier story has been found after being lost for 70 years; a new exhibit at the Gagosian returns to a film of 20 years ago, My Own Private Idaho, and shows outtakes and a special feature dedicated to River Phoenix (with music by Michael Stipe); and an exhibition at the Tate Museum celebrates the work of pioneering multimedia artist Nam June Paik.

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