Oh, you wanna know some creativelike things that happened this week? Read on…
I hadn't heard of artist Ray Yoshida, but his artwork and collections are swoon-worthy, and they're on display in Wisconsin.
South By Southwest (SXSW) Festival has nicely curated a playlist of music videos by their 2014 music fest participants.
Applications are now being accepted for the NEA Poetry Fellowships.
Artist Danny Gregory muses on a recent show of David Hockney's work where many of the pieces were drawn on the iPhone or iPad and blown up to a large scale.
An ordinance to restrict noise in New Orleans prompted a street band to storm a city council meeting and play a jazzy funeral tune. It worked.
All five of the documentary films up for an Academy Award can be streamed online.
Here's a handy tutorial on how to craft a radiation-blocking pouch for your cell phone.
Every day illustrator Maria Fabrizio picks a headline and illustrates it. The results are posted on the ever delightful Wordless News blog.
Stephen Moffat, co-creator of BBC's Sherlock, talks about the brilliant show and why we love it so much.
The guitarists from The National and Radiohead have put out a classical music album. My ears are perked up.