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Rondout, New York by Leon Dabo (1907)
Tonight’s SciFi/Adventure programs will take us to uncharted depths of our imagination. We hope you’re ready.
- The Green Hornet - Disaster Rides The Rails
- Jungle Jim - The Tigers Claw (Chapter 12)
- Superman - George Latimer, Crooked Political Boss (02/17)
- Escape - Conqueror’s Isle
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September 13, 2014
thusreluctant:Jervis McEntee - The Danger Signal
Jervis McEntee (July 14, 1828 – January 27, 1891) was an American painter of the Hudson River School. He is a somewhat lesser-known figure of the 19th-century American art world, but was the close friend and traveling companion of several of the important Hudson River School artists. Aside from his paintings, McEntee’s journals are an enduring legacy, documenting the life of a New York painter during and after the Gilded Age.
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Alcatraz, San Francisco Bay by Albert Bierstadt
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Remember when shit wasn’t any fun?
Gray Day by Alexander Helwig Wyant
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Seascape, Alexei Vasilievich Hanzen