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  • Breaking Bad has a way of investing everyday objects — a teakettle, a box cutter, a local car wash — with ominous significance, reminders in a bleak sun-blasted Albuquerque landscape that the wages of sin are messy and a corrupted soul can't be easily cleansed.

    Roush Review: Breaking Bad and Other Weekend Picks

  • Unless heavy impasto is your obsession, you're unlikely to find Allison Schulnik's mutant beings similarly sexy, but the colors of Ruby Neri's sun-blasted sculptures may do the trick.

    ARTINFO: In New York: Gallery Openings This Weekend

  • The call came as thousands of people rallied in the sun-blasted streets at a downtown roundabout, cramming around army trucks mounted with anti-aircraft guns in a show of support for the junta which toppled Mamadou Tandja Thursday after he stayed in office months past his legal mandate.

    Niger Opposition Urges Junta to Hold Elections

  • Unless heavy impasto is your obsession, you're unlikely to find Allison Schulnik's mutant beings similarly sexy, but the colors of Ruby Neri's sun-blasted sculptures may do the trick.

    ARTINFO: In New York: Gallery Openings This Weekend

  • The call came as thousands of people rallied in the sun-blasted streets at a downtown roundabout, cramming around army trucks mounted with anti-aircraft guns in a show of support for the junta which toppled Mamadou Tandja Thursday after he stayed in office months past his legal mandate.

    Niger Opposition Urges Junta to Hold Elections

  • Parmer pointed toward a coil on a flat sun-blasted rock to the right ahead.

    Heaven’s Keep

  • Parmer pointed toward a coil on a flat sun-blasted rock to the right ahead.

    Heaven’s Keep

  • I looked into the deep and shadowed clefts and at the sun-blasted ridges.

    A Year on the Wing

  • This much is undeniable though, as one walks through cobbled plazas and toppled towers, and past sun-blasted walls: cities, dazzling in their day, arose suddenly in the desert, prospered, and then collapsed.

    Chip Ward: Red Snow Warning: The End of Welfare Water and the Drying of the West

  • Parmer pointed toward a coil on a flat sun-blasted rock to the right ahead.

    Heaven’s Keep

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