Arts & Culture
New York, NY/Staff
Less than a year after the controversial discovery of a Mark Rothko painting inside a tattoo worn by Jason Nadeau of Pawtucket, RI, the discovery of a Paul Klee in his tattoo has raised the stakes in an ongoing battle in the art world. Art critics, radical artists and art insurers disagree about the status of the reported discovery.
Arts & Culture
New York, NY, Staff
In an explosive turn of events in the art world, a rare painting by Mark Rothko has been discovered inside the tattoo of Jason Nadeau of Rhode Island. Art critics and auction houses stand at an impasse. The Los Angeles Times has weighed in favorably for the Rothko, citing similar works as sufficient verification of the tattoo Rothko. Social media has responded positively to the new Rothko discovery.
August 20, 2015/ Staff
EPA, FEMA and local authorities have been unable to explain the cause or nature of a mysterious glowing haze that appeared this week over Downtown Providence. Mayor Jorge Elorza has assured residents that the haze is “apparently harmless.” Although its source is currently unknown, no toxicity, pollutants or radiation have been detected in the haze. “There is no cause for alarm and I urge everyone to go about their day. We will keep the public updated as information is provided to us.”
October 24, 2015/Staff
The appearance of a New York City gang in Providence has alarmed many residents, prompting calls to city officials and the police department, although no violence or property damage has been reported so far. Detectives sent to investigate the reports located the turf claimed by the gang, known as The Warriors, around the abode of Alexander Smith, a local copyeditor and writer. Mr. Smith informed detectives that the gang followed him to Providence when they discovered their “tag” inside one of the tattoos he received in New York City.