- This week’s Monday Morning Medicine proves that the fun just don’t stop.
- We so love Chuck and Chelsea, we’re giving you another chance to learn their Hump Day secrets!
- It’s summer re-run season! Did you have a chance to catch the Quinns’ review of Warhol’s Confessions and Confections?
- Ride the subway? Like art? Then you’ll be interested in this week’s Fine Art Friday.
and, in other news…
- Rest in peace, Neil Armstrong. The first man to walk on the moon passed away this week at the age of 82. [via NPR]
- Sesame Street has one fewer friend this week…Jerry “Count von Count” Nelson, the puppeteer behind the iconic Count has died, at the age of 78. [via Gothamist]
- Rest in peace, Phyllis Diller. The pioneering actress and comic died this week at the age of 95. [via Rolling Stone]
- This week we also mourned the loss of Tony Scott, who committed suicide. The director was 68.
- FYI, Mitt Romney doesn’t like art. [via Art Fag City]