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By Eric on 2006-04-06

Prang, they make good chalk. Ever buy chalk? I think it’s a dying writing utencil. White boards or dry erase boards have been taking the gusto away from chalk boards. It’s getting annoying. So I’m going to stand up for chalk and black boards. Join me?

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By gr on 2006-04-06

Prang, they make good chalk. Ever buy chalk? I think it's a dying writing utencil. White boards or dry erase boards have been taking the gusto away from chalk boards. It's getting annoying. So I'm going to stand up for chalk and black boards. Join me?

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By Eric on 2006-04-06

Back from Paris, and I’m welcome to the daylight savings spring forward thing. So now I sleep late and wake up early. I’m getting into the waking up early part. The best is if I can do both — sleep late and wake up early. I get much more done, even though it’s just more work, which is always a lot. But since no one reads this blog. I’m gonna stop right here.

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By gr on 2006-04-06

Back from Paris, and I'm welcome to the daylight savings spring forward thing. So now I sleep late and wake up early. I'm getting into the waking up early part. The best is if I can do both -- sleep late and wake up early. I get much more done, even though it's just more work, which is always a lot. But since no one reads this blog. I'm gonna stop right here.

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GRNY Wounded But Not Broken – Caroline Hwang 3/25/06 – 4/19/06

FOR IMMEDIATE RELEASE – Art exhibition and reception Saturday, March 25th, 2006 | 6:30 – 10PM at Giant Robot New York 437 East 9th Street Between 1st Ave. & Ave. A New York, New York 10009 (212) 674-GRNY (4769) | www.grny.net Wounded but not Broken, Caroline Hwang’s first solo show at Giant Robotexplores the nooks and crannies of the heart, the vulnerability of love, the ache of love lost and the healing that follows. Hwang takes the cuts and scrapes of relationships and transforms them with fabric, stitching, paint and collage to create beautifully poignant work. In this show, Indian girls, wounded bears, piercing arrows and protective teepees all represent our desire to help heal one another and the caution...

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