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The shadow of J.R.R. Tolkien has long reigned over the lands of Earth and fantasy literature.

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The stars at night are big and bright, deep in the heart of Arlington.

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When Tom Kirlin was in college, pancakes were the best way to sober up after a long night of drinking.

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Art senior Jyoti Ahmed will be using her upcoming exhibition to connect with viewers over the notion of having leftover ideas still waiting to be explored.

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To promote a growing community, the Lesbian, Gay, Bisexual, Transgender, Questioning and Ally Program is hosting a drag show to fund a new scholarship.

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He was only a child when he saw his parents murdered before his very eyes. Shocked, disturbed and forever haunted by that scarring image, Gotham resident Bruce Wayne honed his body, his mind and his senses as he grew older, preparing himself to become a symbol, an icon and a legend that ever…

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Before he became a photographer, Ansel Adams pursued an early passion for music while teaching himself how to play the piano. If he had stayed with that passion, Adams might not have made the impact he did on the photography industry through his innovative thinking, including sharp black-and…

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Some like to write, some like to craft and others like to take photographs. When you combine all three, you’ve got someone who scrapbooks.

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Amy Blakemore is a professional artist and the head of the photography department at the Glassell School of Art in Houston. Her work has been shown internationally and she was also one of the artists featured in the 2006 Whitney Biennial, Day for Night, a nationally recognized annual exhibit…

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Steve Moya, the founder and organizer of South Street Art Festival, said that organizing the festival has been his passion.

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Walking into The Gallery at UTA, a series of double-sided panels hangs in the middle of the gallery. Each side of the panel has a collage of photographs, some vintage and some modern. The heads of the subjects in all of the photos are strategically omitted.