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Clayton Campbell, 'Wild Kingdom' at Coagula Curatorial

Lisa Derrick | Posted 08.11.2015 | Arts
Lisa Derrick

In Wild Kingdom, Campbell shows that as individuals, our dependency on technology blinds us to precipices and predators, to each other. We are living vicariously when we look at a diorama; we live vicariously -- and allow others to live vicariously -- through social media.

28 Chinese Cavort Amid the Treasures of the Asian Art Museum

Carla Escoda | Posted 07.07.2015 | Arts
Carla Escoda

The placement of these artworks is disconcerting and, for the most part, brilliant. Viewing the modern work next to ancient artifacts from China and from neighboring countries with which it has had a volatile history, instantly rewires our brains.

Rape as Weapon of War: San Francisco Opera's World Premiere of Two Women (La Ciociara)

Renate Stendhal, Ph.D. | Posted 07.02.2015 | Arts
Renate Stendhal, Ph.D.

Two Women walks a satisfying line between harmony and dissonance, high drama and lyrical sensitivity.

Meatless Monday: Carrying The Earth

Ellen Kanner | Posted 07.12.2014 | Green
Ellen Kanner

May is International Mediterranean Diet Month, and to celebrate, here's a madly Med Meatless Monday. The original version of this post ran on May 24, ...

5 Reasons to "Go Cloud"

Steve Hamby | Posted 09.13.2011 | Technology
Steve Hamby

From Google-derived Map Reduce and Apache Hadoop to Facebook's Cassandra, new Cloud-based technologies are driving analytics that were considered impossible 5-10 years ago.

Meatless Monday: Carrying The Earth

Ellen Kanner | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Ellen Kanner

To honor Jason and the Argonauts and seasonal eats, here's a briam -- a Greek casserole of summer veggies.

Meatless Monday: Sleeping -- and Eating -- With the Enemy

Ellen Kanner | Posted 05.25.2011 | Green
Ellen Kanner

Okay, I'm going to out myself. I sleep with the enemy. I'm married to a carnivore. He was a carnivore when I married him, I was a vegetarian who ha...