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Monday, December 07, 2009
There are so many great exhibits going on at the moment, from the Bauhaus exhibit at MoMA in New York to Induced Epidemics in Hollywood (brought to you by Haute Macabre and the Museum of Death). Try to get out this holiday season and see some art!

Meanwhile, many grand plans for Dubai are on hold, including some truly over-the-top architectural visions. Dubailand does intrigue me, though...

John Taylor (yes, that John Taylor, of Duran Duran) thinks the internet has changed the way we interact with music and musicians. I think it probably has, too, but not in quite as negative a way as he sees it.

It's time for not only the year in review, but the entire decade! What are the most influential books of the '00s? (Check out the sidebar for similar lists of movies, songs, TV shows are more. And yes, the '00s aren't truly over until Jan. 1, 2011, but we had the same discussion at the end of 1999 and I don't think it's going to change any time soon.)

Lastly, the future of the piano may be fluid. Behold, the fluid piano.

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