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Richard Jackson

Healthy Living Choices -- By Design

Robert Ivy, FAIA | Posted 04.15.2014 | Healthy Living
Robert Ivy, FAIA

We are all products of the world we live in. To the extent we can shape that world -- and that is both the calling and the responsibility of architects and urban planners -- we should do so in ways that facilitate good health and well-being.

The Audacity of Obamacare Hypocrisy

Job Creators Network | Posted 10.07.2013 | Politics
Job Creators Network

By Richard L. Jackson State by state, every American is discovering how ObamaCare impacts them personally. Most are facing much higher health care pr...

Can Art Have A Sense Of Humor?

Annie Buckley | Posted 08.18.2013 | Arts
Annie Buckley

With Curatorial Intern: Katie Hernandez Humor is not usually the first thing that comes up when we talk about contemporary art. Theory, yes. Ideas,...

Richard Jackson at Orange County Museum of Art

Peter Clothier | Posted 06.09.2013 | Arts
Peter Clothier

The iconoclastic Jackson has been sticking his thumb in the eye of art -- particularly the art of painting -- for four decades and more. His retrospective, Ain't Painting a Pain, documents a long love affair with paint, and a dogged (excuse the pun) refusal to use it in the conventional ways.

South of LA: Crazy, Messy and Endlessly Delightful

Edward Goldman | Posted 05.20.2013 | Arts
Edward Goldman

If your idea of good art is something nice and soothing, polite and clean, then you'd better turn off your radio [or whatever device you're listeni...

Bush's 8 Years Finally Deemed Offensive

Huffington Post | David Moye | Posted 07.21.2012 | Weird News

A gardener in England has been flipping the bird to passers-by for eight years with a topiary bush shaped like an extended middle finger. Now, the ...

Art of Violence, Violence of Art

Edward Goldman | Posted 07.31.2012 | Arts
Edward Goldman


Building for Health: Improving Our Cities, Homes and Lives

Steve Heilig | Posted 03.25.2012 | Impact
Steve Heilig

How does where we live impact our health? It's a big and complex question, but Richard Jackson, MD, MPH is leading the way towards answers -- and interventions.