Thursday, September 29, 2005

New Gallery Director for Clarion, Banned Books Week, and "George Bush Don't Care About Black People"

As usual, my best laid plans have failed. I ran out of time to put together a benefit show for Banned Books Week. Sigh. Second year in a row I spaced it. Peter Greene has a decent piece about the week in this morning's News-Herald. They don't of course, put their columnists on line though. So instead, head to the source, the ALA.

Clarion University has a new gallery director, Mark Franchino.

Like many others, I started listening to "George Bush Don't Care About Black People" about a two weeks ago. Now the NYTimes has discovered it as well. You can see the video for the song here.

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