A day in the intersting life of...
openbrackets :: Canadian translator living the life in the South of France.
loobylu :: Cool Aussie chick, illustrator, crafty lady and new mom.
caterina ::A Filipino-American writer who lives in Vancouver, British Columbia.
textism :: Vancouverite falls in love and moves to France. His site is, as he says, "the playground of an arrogant prick"
martine :: Bilingue, québécoise writer/producer who enviably writes well in both languages!
not martha :: Another crafty lady who might give Martha Stewart a run for her $$.
wood s lot :: A look at the world via a small town in Lanark County near Ottawa, Canada.
salgood sam :: The man of the Montreal Comix Jam.
Art, Galleries, etc.
New Museum (NY) :: Contemporary art gallery in Manhattan started by a curator.
Louvre (Paris) :: Once a palace for kings, now a palace for art.
Centre Pompidou (Paris):: Experimental shows on culture and art.
Musee d'art moderne de la ville de Paris (Paris) :: Specializing in post 1900 art.
Detroit Intitute of Arts (MI) :: More interesting is the Visual Resouces Art Image Database
Guggenheim (NY) :: The Solomon R. Guggenheim Foundation was incorporated in 1937, and the Museum of Non-Objective Painting, as it was then known, was established two years later.
Hirshhorn Museum & Sculpture Garden (DC) :: The Smithsonian's museum of modern and contemporary art.
MACM (Montreal) :: Contemporary Québec, Canadian and international art.
The Met (NY) :: The name says it all.
Museum of Contemporary Art (Belgrade) :: Works of art produced in Yugoslavia since 1900.
Pushkin Museum of Fine Art (Russia) :: Where the most important periods of art history from the ancient times to the New Age have been represented...
Tate (UK) :: Right up there with the Met and the Louvre.
Whitney (NY) :: Some love the Met, others love the Guggenheim or the MOMA - I adore! the intimate Whitney. Size isn't what matters.
Moscow House of Photography :: The Moscow House of Photography is the only Russian Museum, which has chosen the strategy of festivals and broad scale projects.
ArtBook :: Excellent resource for art books and publications.
Open City :: Dedicated to publishing today's best new fiction, poetry, essays by writers whose bold voices may be too daring and cutting-edge for the mainstream
Modern Painters :: London-based quarterly glossy magazine.
GalleryGuide.org :: A comprehensive source of gallery and museum exhibitions nationwide.
ArcSpace :: Excellent architecture resource.
Aspen Magazine :: A long forgotten and virtually unknown experimental magazine from the mid-50s. Some say the first real multimedia zine.
ArtKrush :: Online art magazine.
Arts Journal :: Daily digest of arts, culture and ideas.
Beazley Archive :: Electronic archive of classical antiquities.
ArtLex :: Art dictionary.
Art & Architecture Thesaurus :: Terminology and other information about the objects, concepts, artists, and places.
Bartleby :: Books, articles, quotes, definitions, almost everything you would need!
Book Magazine :: The book business.
London Review of Books :: NY Review of Books
Common Errors in English :: An excellent remedy for pesky grammar problems.
The Modern Word :: A literary online zine and resource.
Glossarist :: A searchable directory of glossaries and topical dictionaries.
Overbooked :: A web site for "ravenous readers".
St Mark's Bookshop :: Mahattan bookstore.
Your Dictionary :: Good online dictionary.
Hachette [FR] :: French dictionary.
French HTML codes :: HTML codes for french characters.
For a comprehensive list of Comix links, please visit Salgood Sam
Sort-of Monthly MP3 List
January :: Stina Nordenstam - I Came So Far For Beauty
February :: Wilco - How to fight loneliness
June :: Wallflowers - Angel on my bike
August :: John Lennon - Watching the Wheels Go Round
Peter Handke - A Journey to the Rivers
Zoe Bran - After Yugoslavia :: Outside a mine-ridden Bosnia, there is little reason not to get on that plane and spend a curious summer on the Adriatic, especially in Dubrovnik where kings once built retirement castles.
Iris Murdoch - The Sacred and Profane Love Machine
Jim Crace - The Devil's Larder
Wit :: Excellent portrayal of humankind's vulnerability.