Bringing art into the health sciences

Nicola Demonte was a recent college graduate when he first saw the benefits of art therapy in a medical setting. He had just finished his bachelor’s degree in clinical psychology and joined the staff at a Chicago psychiatric hospital, where...
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St. Anthony Park Arts Festival is June 7

The 45th Annual St. Anthony Park Arts Festival will be held Saturday, June 7, from 10 a.m. to 5 p.m. The festival, a fundraiser for programs at the St. Anthony Park Library, will stretch from the library lawn at Carter...
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A bird’s-eye view of Cuba

HAVANA, Cuba – “You must unplug America and plug in Cuba,” advised the guide who met us on arrival at the airport here. “Relax and be flexible” was the implication. We’d been practicing already: The plane carrying us on the...
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Salmon in Lake Como?

Lake Como has always been on the small side, even when it was one-third bigger than now. But it’s been providing anglers with action since the early days of Minnesota’s statehood. Too much action, maybe. A newspaper in the 1860s...
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Abu Dhabi 101 and 201

For many college-bound seniors, graduation day means the beginning of a new adventure: a new phase of life bereft of the watchful eyes of parents and a chance to be on their own and to live life on their own...
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