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Faux-cus: For the love of Cindy Sherman

Faux-cus: For the love of Cindy Sherman

02/25/12 11:11AM

For decades the great Cindy Sherman has photographed herself in a dizzying variety of costumes, moods and sensibilities.Snooty society matron? Check. Naïve ingénue? Check. Nightmare-inducing circus clown? Check again and again and again.Sherman's amazing new retrospective at the Museum of Modern Art in New York runs from this Sunday until June 11.In all her photos the question that bleeds through is, who am I? What makes Sherman's work so essential is that it also demands the more troubling question, who are we? read more

Details on Fayetteville's parade to honor Iraq war vets

Details on Fayetteville's parade to honor Iraq war vets

02/24/12 10:07PM

'Ride to Freedom' to honor Iraq War veterans"Ride to Freedom" convoy on FacebookG.O.T.D.A.D. (organizing non-profit group) events page"The convoy, symbolic of the last convoys out of Iraq, will cover eight miles - from the John D. Fuller Recreation Center on Old Bunce Road to the Airborne & Special Operations Museum on Bragg Boulevard."****NOTE: That purple line is just Google directions from the two end points. Check with the event contacts for route details. read more

Pic: 'Show is exact'

Pic: 'Show is exact'

02/24/12 08:41PM

Director Rob just sent this from the control room -- it means we have the right amount of show, not too long, not too short, perfect to the second, on the dot. This never happens, ever. "Like the tree height in Michigan!" someone wrote on our Facebook page. read more

Ahead on 2/24 Maddow show

02/24/12 06:49PM

Tonight's guests include:Karen Tumulty, national political correspondent for The Washington PostErik Mouthaan, US correspondent for RTL News, the NetherlandsKaren Finney, former DNC communications director, columnist for The Hill and msnbc political analystWhile watching tonight's show, take a listen to tonight's soundtrack. (Just be sure to let the ad below play out entirely before starting the video)Executive producer Bill Wolff shares a preview of tonight's show:  read more

Friday's Mini-Report

02/24/12 05:30PM

Today's edition of quick hits:* Pressuring Syria: "Leaders of more than 60 nations and international organizations called on Syria's government on Friday to halt its attacks on rebellious cities to allow in humanitarian supplies and asked the United Nations to begin planning for a peacekeeper force, even as some evacuations began from a hard-hit neighborhood in the besieged city of Homs."* Secretary of State Hillary Rodham Clinton, meanwhile, called Russian and Chinese opposition to action on Syria "despicable."* In an unexpected twist, a Hamas leader spoke out against Assad and threw his supp read more

Indiana's anti-Girl Scout lawmaker.

Anti-Girl Scout rep regrets his tone

02/24/12 04:31PM

To add a coda to Indiana state Rep. Bob Morris' (R) story, the anti-Girl Scout lawmaker apologized yesterday for his over-the-top tirade, but Morris' regret only extends to his tone, not the substance of his harangue.If you're just joining us, Morris refused to endorse a symbolic resolution honoring the anniversary of the Girl Scouts' founding, insisting that the group has been "radicalized" to promote abortion and homosexuality. read more

What was the Romney campaign thinking?

02/24/12 03:40PM

Remember the infamous Green Screen speech that John McCain delivered in 2008? And how widely panned it was as a political disaster and evidence of campaign incompetence? Mitt Romney's speech in Detroit today was significantly worse.For reasons that defy comprehension, the Romney campaign decided to unveil a new economic agenda -- the one he announced just last month apparently wasn't very good -- at Ford Field, a football stadium with 65,000 seats.The problem, of course, is that he only brought along 1,200 friends to watch. read more

Virginia Senate strikes transvaginal ultrasound bill. Sponsor: 'a matter of conscience'

Virginia Senate strikes transvaginal ultrasound bill. Sponsor: 'a matter of conscience'

02/24/12 02:12PM

Virginia State Delegate David Englin, our guest this week, checks in with some news about the transvaginal ultrasound bill:I learned last night that Sen. Jill Vogel is striking Senate Bill 484 not because she is upset with McDonnell for watering it down and removing the penetration mandate, but because she had a change of heart about the entire bill and no longer wanted any association with it.  I just apologized to her in person and publicly on the House floor for publicly misrepresenting her position. read more

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