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Gertrude Vanderbilt Whitney:Sculpture

A two-part podcast hosted by noted Canadian broadcaster Arlene Bynon with John LeBoutillier, a great grandson of Gertrude, serving as a tour guide through the exhibition. Currently running at the Newport Art Museum in Newport, Rhode Island. Curated by the Norton Museum of Art in West Palm Beach, Florida, this is the first exhibition of Gertrude Whitney's work since her 1942 death. An avant-garde pioneer as a woman artist, Gertrude lived a remarkable life which is reflected through her sculptures.

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    The First Crack

Arlene Bynon and John LeBoutillier analyze the effects of the first GOP Member of Congress - Rep. Justin Amash - to advocate the impeachment of Donald Trump. Is Congressman Amash alone in his thinking or is he echoing what he hears in the GOP Cloakroom? Will more GOP Members follow his lead? Is there a sense of exhaustion now creeping into the Trump presidency? Is some of the steam even coming out of his base?


  It's Over

Arlene Bynon and John LeBoutillier examine the current state of the Trump-Russia-Mueller case. Is it indeed "over" as both Trump and Lindsay Graham announced this week? What can the Democrats now do? Is impeachment still an option? Why did Trump call Putin and talk about the Mueller report? Why is Joe Biden suddenly surging inside the Democratic race? Is he the candidate Trump should most fear?