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  • The Big Picture

    Preservationists work to restore the reputation of William Edouard Scott, one of the preeminent African-American painters of the 20th century.
  • Opera in the Raw

    Thanks to Chicago singer Richard Cowan, one of the worlds moldiest art forms finds new expression in an ancient French fortress.
  • On the Nose

    How Amber Gideon Hit Upon Her Secret To Happiness
  • Inside Art

    For the condemned, making art is often the only way to stay sane. And maybe keeping prisoners sane is good for everyone.
  • Power House

    The scions of the Carus family of La Salle-Peru have a hell of a tradition to contend with: every generation so far has changed the world.
  • The Filth and the Fury

    Naked, face down in the mud, spitting out teeth--God, I loved that job.
  • The Old Man and the River

    Richard Younker spent nine years photographing a Mississippi River fisherman. His new book is a fitting memorial to a man and a friendship.
  • Green Mind

    A lot of architects are trying to bring the outdoors in. But Doug Ross's designs are the work of a natural.
  • Dennis, Anyone?

    An Evanston-bred author never achieved the renown of his alter ego, Auntie Mame.