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Lynn Davis

Lynn Davis

Founder, Editor & Publisher at The Beer Connoisseur

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Lynn Davis

AUGUST ART WALK: Wander West Seattle to cool off on Thursday night

It’ll be a warm evening Thursday as the August West Seattle Art Walk takes center stage from Alki to Arbor Heights, starting at 5 pm. Some venues have air conditioning, like Fogue Gallery (4130 California SW), open until 8 pm with the opening reception for Abstracts in the Key of Flamingo, parti…

Did you get a photo of Thursday’s partial solar eclipse? Here are s...

SYRACUSE, N.Y. (WSYR-TV) — A partial solar eclipse was seen early Thursday morning across Central New York. Here are some of the photos our viewers have sent us of the event. Submitted by Jef…

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Defending Class A champ Papillion-La Vista opens softball season wi...

The defending Class A state champion Papillion-La Vista won their eighth consecutive season opener with a victory over Millard North.


DOE publishes research on LED lumen and chromaticity maintenance or shift  LEDs Magazine

PEM Accepts Extensive Modern Asian Photography Collection

The Peabody Essex Museum (PEM) has accepted a transformational gift of more than 1,600 works of photography from the Joy of Giving Something (JGS) Foundation. The JGS Foundation, a nonprofit formed in 1998, is renowned

Lynn Davis: On the Importance of Trees—and Roots |

Clinton resident and Tree Committee member Lynn Davis describes her interest in the committee simply: “I was always a lover of trees. Several years ago, I became a member.”In Lynn’s time on the board she has donated two different trees to Clinton, has tagged numerous t

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She Chronicled the Great Photographers of the 20th Century. Then, S...

A lost photo shoot illuminates the roots of Lynn Davis, who is, along with Peter Hujar and Robert Mapplethorpe, one of the masters of black-and-white portraiture.

I Was Held Hostage by a Gunman for Eight Hours in High School

It’ll be 26 years come May 1, and I still have severe PTSD.

John Ashbery in The New Yorker

A complete archive of Ashbery’s work hints at the range of registers and approaches that he explored over the course of his career.

Camera-trap research paves the way for global monitoring networks

Biodiversity loss is one of the driving factors in ecosystem change, on par with climate change and human development. When one species, especially a large predator, disappears from an area, other populations will be affected, sometimes changing entire landscapes.

London Plane Tree Newest Addition to Pierson School |

After a few weather-related delays (April showers brought May showers), Clinton’s Tree Committee planted a London plane tree on the grounds of the Abraham Pierson School to celebrate Arbor Day. This year’s planting marks the group’s 15th since 2001.“Our very fir

Climate change, dams, deforestation a vicious cycle for Amazon rive...

Dams, mining, land-cover changes, and climate change are degrading the streams, rivers, lakes, and forests of the world’s largest river basin at unprecedented rates, according to scientists.

​Celebrating the Hudson River School of art

In the exhibition “River Crossings” in Upstate New York, contemporary artists honor their forbears of the mid-19th century

Change Your Trajectory: Make the Rest of Your Life Better|Paperback

Become a master, not a victim, of change! “Change” doesn’t have to be a bad word. Our lives are like objects hurtling through time,

Review: Making photos, not taking them; the distinction in ‘Perfect...

Photographs have gotten very difficult to see — not merely difficult to look at but to really see, deeply and with comprehension.

Frederic Church’s Olana Gets Contemporary With New Art Exhibit

Olana, the home built by Hudson River School painter Frederic Church, features a new exhibit titled ‘River Crossings: Contemporary Art Comes Home’ along with the Thomas Cole National Historic Site.

More study needed to clarify impact of cellulose nanocrystals on hu...

Are cellulose nanocrystals harmful to human health? The answer might depend on the route of exposure, according to a review of the literature by a Virginia Tech scientist, but there have been few studies and many questions remain.

Oklahoma!, Avenue Q top DISH nods

Guidenstern is nominated. So is Rosencrantz. So is Jesus. So is the whole Boeing Boeing ensemble.