Further Reading – 2/13/17

Moonight (Barry Jenkins, 2016)

Further Reading – 2/13/17

Rhode Island’s Resort Economy

The conservation challenges of the New Bedford Whaling Museum’s 1,275-foot painting are highlighted in Hyperallergic.

Illustrator Kadir Nelson on the striking cover of this month’s Ebony.

Winnie the Pooh author A.A. Milne was born on this day in 1882. Brain Pickings has a rare recording of him reading from it.

A Virginia judge ordered teenaged vandals to read a dozen books this year. The New York Times has the full reading list.

Maceo Parker, Rhiannon Giddens, and the Maria Schneider Orchestra were added to this year’s Newport Jazz Festival lineup.

I’m really enjoying Noveller’s A Pink Sunset For No One, which is streaming on Brooklyn Vegan.

After removing the nude pictorials last year, Playboy is doing a 180 and bringing them back.

Black masculinity in Moonlight [pictured] and Boyz N The Hood.

A long, detailed history of fake news that stretches back to the sixth century.

Women in hijabs are not attending the protest to serve as your selfie opportunity.

The creator of New York’s High Line sees the project as a failure for the neighborhood.

All 26 ingredients in Nacho Cheese Doritos, explained.