In less than a month, the historic Olbrich park will be decorated by an archetypal labyrinth, constructed entirely out of discarded Christmas pine trees. Artist Lillian Sizemore’s temporary art exhibition, “How lovely are thy branches” was recently approved, funded and put into motion by the Madison Arts Commission (MAC); a group dedicated to supporting underfunded and underappreciated art installations in the city of Madison.
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As many of us turn to movies and television as a source of escape from the overwhelming events going on around us, finding the right mindless content can feel like a chore.
Now more than ever, we need love.
In a nutshell, the Dixie Chicks are back and better than ever. Earlier this March, the American country (some might even say a touch folk-y, or country-pop) band released their first song in 14 years. And it did not disappoint.
The Netflix adaptation of "All the Bright Places," a wonderfully bittersweet novel written by Jennifer Niven, follows two young adults in their journey of loss and love in the 21st century. The film highlights the unlikely relationship between misfit Theodore Finch (Justice Smith) and sociable-turned-quiet Violet Markey (Elle Fanning), after the passing of her sister in a traumatic car accident. Finch and Markey find themselves on a journey exploring the ins-and-outs of the seemingly mundane state of Indiana for a school project, but along the way learn to discover the beauty in the small and unexpected things in life.