Brian Tull’s massive hyperrealistic paintings showcase the artist's nostalgia for his imaginary 1950s.
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Sue de Beer's work is infused with a sense of the occult, something she attributes to growing up in Salem, Massachusetts.
Participants will be given a free burger and “chips” with which they can gamble and win even more food. Not casino chips, but actual French fries, or what the Brits refer to as potato “chips.”
Many of my family and friends look back on the region's cultural glory days of the 50s and 60s with longing—but that era also contained the seeds of terror, war, and sectarianism.
We met up with the filmmaker to discuss his new film, an exploration of lesbian love in the homophobic 1950s.
There's a reason the image of the American diner hasn't changed since the triumphant, deluded 1950s.
Claude Shannon, the "founding father" of electronic communications, demonstrates how the mouse works.
There is an inevitable loneliness and frustration in being the only LGBT person for miles around. But these days a move away to the big city isn't the only option.