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I'm interested in all manner of the arts but I'm much more aware of message boards and blogs involving dance. I'm curious what arts blogs, websites, message boards, podcasts etc...are you all reading. Any suggestions?  I'm aware of the Arts Journal blogs and the Modern Art podcast. For opera, I check in to Parterre Box. Any other good places?

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An excellent question, for which I do not have an excellent answer.  My reading outside of dance is really haphazard.

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5 hours ago, Dale said:

I'm interested in all manner of the arts but I'm much more aware of message boards and blogs involving dance. I'm curious what arts blogs, websites, message boards, podcasts etc...are you all reading. Any suggestions?  I'm aware of the Arts Journal blogs and the Modern Art podcast. For opera, I check in to Parterre Box. Any other good places?

There is an aesthetics blog, Aesthetics for Birds: https://aestheticsforbirds.com/

The American Society for Aesthetics maintains a Facebook group which mainly features announcements from members about events concerning all the arts:

https://www.facebook.com/groups/7399905817/

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Many of the interesting blogs I come across are no longer maintained, but The "The Happly Pontist" is still regularly updated. A group of posts on small Scottish bridges (at middle of the scroll) -

 

http://happypontist.blogspot.com/search?updated-min=2015-12-31T16:00:00-08:00&updated-max=2016-10-17T22:49:00%2B01:00&max-results=38&start=16&by-date=false

 

Just came across the Cloud Appreciation Society blog this morning with news of official new cloud types -

 

https://cloudappreciationsociety.org

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15 hours ago, Quiggin said:

Many of the interesting blogs I come across are no longer maintained,

 

That seems to be true all over, which just helps bolster my contention to my family that writing consistently over a period of time (like many newspaper columnists) is a harder job than it might seem at first.

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