Where Art and Journalism Collide

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Tuesday, March 06, 2007

News happens fast, but art usually takes longer. In P.S.1's "Emergency Room" 30 artists react to the news of each day. The organizer and two of the participants share their views on the artist's role in politics. Plus: Why U.S. attorneys are resigning prematurely.

Prosecutors Persecuted?

Dahlia Lithwick, senior editor for Slate, explains why US attorneys are prematurely stepping down.


Walter Reed: Not a New Problem

Mark Benjamin, national correspondent for Salon, reports that health care facilities for veterans are not just a problem at the Walter Reed Army Medical Center You can read his Salon article by clicking this LINK


Where Art and Journalism Collide

Thierry Geoffroy, artist leading the Emergency Room exhibition at P.S.1. He will be joined by two of the thirty artists taking part in the project, Steven Day and Mac Premo.

Here’s a video clip of a Reuters report about “Emergency ...


Feeding the Soul

Sara Miles, founder of the St. Gregory's Food Pantry and author of Take This Bread: A Radical Conversion (Ballantine Books, 2007), talks about how she--a lesbian left-wing journalist firmly ensconced in a Blue State--became a Christian.

Take This Bread: A Radical Conversion is available ...


Living with AIDS

Nelson George, director and co-writer of Life Support, a film about an HIV-positive woman who sets up an AIDS outreach group


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