Our carnival life forever

“I drove down to the Palace, the old amusement hall where my father and I used to play skee ball. It’s been closed for nearly a decade now. It’s a symbol, to me, of old Asbury Park. The Asbury Park... Read More

29/04/2004

The DNA of AND: Ampersand as Myth and Metaphor

“From corporate rhetoric to consumer cliché to faux finishes and desktop veneer, truth has gone from being a steadfast principle to a silly posture. Once the stuff of morals and fables, its presence in everyday life has become an imperiled... Read More

29/04/2004

Compound of Five Cubes

Polyhedra are beautiful 3-D geometrical figures that have fascinated philosophers, mathematicians and artists for millennia. Paper Models of Polyhydra Copyrights © 1998-2003 G. Korthals Altes All rights reserved... Read More

29/04/2004

The Ethiopian Manuscripts

“The eight Ethiopian manuscripts in the University of Utah’s Middle East library were acquired in 1972 as part of the Martin Levey collection. Martin Levey, who died in 1970, was a leading scholar in the field of the history of... Read More

29/04/2004