Jack The Ripper's Handiwork on Display in Albuquerque?
Photo by George Charles Beresford (public domain)
What was I talking about .. impressive names? No wait: impressionists!)
This Sunday through August 8, the Albuquerque Museum is showing Turner to Cézanne, a collection which includes many impressionist paintings. Among these is a Venetian scene titled “Palazzo Eleanora Duse” by Walter Sickert. Crime novelist-turned-Ripperologist Patricia Cornwell says that Sickert was Jack the Ripper! Was he?
Cine de la Epoca de Oro: Pueblerina at South Broadway Cultural Center
Classic Mexican film starring Columba Domínguez and Roberto Cañedo. Part of the Golden Age of Mexican Cinema series.
The Soft White Sixties • soul, rock at Low Spirits
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