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  • Featuring more than 180 photographs, the exhibit will juxtapose a variety of Ms. Sherman's characters and emphasize the evolution of her work, especially as it relates to contemporary identity.

    MoMA Unveils Sherman Details

  • Ms. Sherman's series of 69 black-and-white images, "Untitled Film Stills" 1977-80, in which she takes on the look of women as stereotypically projected in films from the 1950s and '60s, will also be on display.

    MoMA Unveils Sherman Details

  • Cannon Dr.; northpondrestaurant.com , chef Bruce Sherman's contemporary, seasonal creations—the fish dishes are especially good—complement the cosy Arts and Crafts decor of this converted 1912 ice skating lodge.

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  • Cannon Dr., chef Bruce Sherman's elegant creations -- his fish dishes are especially fine -- complement the converted 1912 ice skating shelter and its arts-and-crafts-style decor. northpondrestaurant.com

    Birthplace of the Skyscraper

  • I was in Palm Desert/La Quinta last month and had wonderful matza ball soup and a corned beef sandwich at Sherman's.

    Anti-semitism in Mexico

  • What I would do, just as an exercise, really ... maybe about three years ago, I started just randomly opening up Cindy Sherman's untitled film stills or Hannah Starkey photographs, and just take ten minutes to work through everything I could think about the character that was in the image.

    Mike Ragogna: New Tunes On Monday : Conversations with Jimmy Eat World's Jim Adkins plus Pete Yorn

  • Sherman's March, after all, otherwise known as a "scorched earth" campaign, otherwise known as "total war," was a campaign of infrastructure destruction intended to break the south's will to fight.

    Barry Eisler: The Definition of Insanity

  • Devine doesn't want the US army to do a Sherman's March across Afghanistan only.

    Barry Eisler: The Definition of Insanity

  • Sherman's army provided for itself by taking whatever it needed from the southern farms it pillaged and destroyed.

    Barry Eisler: The Definition of Insanity

  • That includes the hardbitten man-of-few words Cullen Bohannon Anson Mount, a Confederate soldier on a murderous mission of vengeance to track down the members of Sherman's army who raped and killed his wife.

    Tales of the Old West and Aging Spies

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