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My first exhibition was at Watts Towers along with my friend, Ray Bravo, in what used to be Rodia's house. It was badly damaged in a fire and torn down.
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The Alliance of Black Art Galleries (the “Alliance”) announces an art initiative in connection with the August 9, 2014 killing of 18-year-ol
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Published on 15 August 2014 by Anne Tschida in Miami. 'Oleander' from Onajide Shabaka. “On the walls of the lobby of a dental office in a space that is called art@work, Onajide Shabaka's small drawings and paintings of plant life lull you into a sense of peace and contemplative thoughts.
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Eat like a vintage vegetarian with original recipes dating back as far as the 1600s. 
Many people have been vegetarian throughout history (yes, Gwyneth, really!), and author Mark Thompson is uncovering tasty facts as he pulls together 300 recipes from cookbooks spanning the late 1600s to the early 1900s for his own cookbook, Vintage Vegetarian Cuisine. The lawyer turned historian turned author has tried a variety of weird and wonderful recipes during his research, with mixed results. Most of the recipes are very vague, with lots ...
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OK, I found this really exciting. Then I started trying to find the privacy policy. Uh-oh. Vague. So I wonder, who gets to know what gear you have?  That could be problematic in the wrong hands.
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Florida's Indian River lagoon is a rich estuary, home to dolphins, manatees and turtles. But in recent months, it has become clear that something is wrong. Scientists and government officials blame water discharges from Lake Okeechobee and an upswing in pollution.
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FIU (Fl Int'l Univ) Arttalk event at the Vagabond Hotel kickoff. #FIU #arttalk
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From my short walk today: bromeliad, a large spider cacooning an insect next to the street and a cute baby snake. #nature #snake #spider
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It should be a deep dish cobbler!
 
Raspberry season is here. Feature them in your desserts for the perfect sweet treat: http://epi.us/X9zXd3
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Onajide Shabaka is a visual artist, independent curator, and writer.
Introduction
Onajide Shabaka’s art form is a short journey made by walking in the landscape. The evolution of this may be developed as follows: the artist goes for a walk, in the New Mexico desert, the tall trees of Oregon, the lakes of Minnesota, in a Florida swamp, for a day, or several days. During the course of the walk he may take one or more photographs, make a drawing, pick up some stones, seeds or twigs. These may be brought back to the studio and photographed, and may be published or exhibited as evidence of the performative artwork. These objects and the experience also provide germination for further research and knowledge.

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