The decorative and colorful artistry of medieval books will be the subject of a discussion at MTSU’s James E. Walker Library on Tuesday, Nov. 13.
Dr. Laura Cochrane, an assistant professor in the MTSU Department of Art, will talk about “Medieval Pages: From Manuscript Leaves to Digital Images” at 5 p.m. in the library’s fourth-floor Special Collections Department.
The discussion will be in association with the ongoing exhibit “The Art of the Page,” which is on display through January 2013.
The golden arches at a McDonald's restaurant in Miami.
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Fast-food giant McDonald's said today that revenue at its restaurants that have been open at least 13 months fell 1.8 percent in October — the first time it has suffered a month-to-month decline in that key indicator since April 2008, according to BloombergBusinessweek.
Still struggling to recover from Superstorm Sandy, parts of New Jersey, New York City and surrounding regions are today digging out from a Nor'easter that dropped several inches of snow (more in some places) and caused more power outages.
We're following the news about the impact of the latest storm.
Update at noon, ET. Getting The Power Back On In New Jersey:
Mike Reynolds authored California's three-strikes law after his daughter, Kimber, was killed in a 1992 purse snatching. On Tuesday, Californians approved a ballot initiative that weakens the law — a measure Reynolds opposed.
Several thousand prisoners in California may be eligible to apply for sentence reductions, after voters overwhelmingly approved a ballot initiative Tuesday that alters the state's controversial three-strikes law.
But voters also rejected a proposition that would abolish the death penalty in the state. Proposition 34 would have replaced capital punishment with life imprisonment without the possibility of parole.