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A Month in Photos: June

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Art

An Open Pipeline Echoes This Inventive Saxophonist’s Notes in Perfectly Tuned Accompaniment

Saxophonist Armin Küpper has mastered the effects of live looping without the necessary equipment to record and replay tracks. Instead, the musician heads to a nearby site storing a lengthy pipeline and positions his bell near the opening.

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Institutional failure, Trump’s Agenda, and Meme-Driven Conservative Movements: A Talk with Nayland Blake

Boogaloo Boys show off posters supporting Trump at a demonstration

Artist Nayland Blake joins the podcast to discuss the murder of George Floyd at the hands of a white police officer, mass protests, and the resurgence of COVID as the backdrop for public art and how museums are addressing diversity. 

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DIY and Crafts

Glow in the Dark Water Bottle Bowling

water bottles with glow sticks set up like bowling pins

Looking for a fun summer game the kids can play while you sit around the fire-pit? Make this easy set of glow in the dark bowling pins with water bottles and glow sticks! Why this project is a hit We love all crafts that are easy for kids to make.

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A Police Officer’s Tattoo Has Ignited Debate Over Nazi Symbol

A screenshot of Walla Walla’s Police Department’s deleted Facebook post about officer Nat Small’s controversial tattoo (via Facebook)

In a small city in Washington, a story about a police officer who was photographed wearing a Nazi tattoo on his forearm has rattled the local community. 

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