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Linda Stein is a sculptor living and working in Manhattan and East Hampton, New York.
Her work has been permeated by the concept of protection for the past three decades.
Jerry Falwell married the former Macel Pate on April 12, 1958. (a lawyer and current chancellor of Liberty University) and Jonathan (senior pastor at Thomas Road Baptist Church) and a daughter Jeannie (a surgeon).
He graduated from Brookville High School in Lynchburg, and from the then-unaccredited Baptist Bible College in Springfield, Missouri in 1956.
Stein’s previous exhibitions include: 2006 - Sculpture of the heroic woman, Anita Shapolsky Gallery, Jim Thorpe, Pennsylvania; Wonder Woman reborn, The Art Mission Gallery, Binghamton, New York; Heroic vision, Longstreth Goldberg Art, Naples, Florida; 2005 - (K)night watch, New York University, Broadway Windows, New York; 2002 - Embedded glyphs, The Art Club, New York; 1998 - Sounding blades, Spiva Art Museum, Joplin, Missouri; 1996 - Musical blades, Cortland Jessup Gallery, Provincetown, Massachusetts; 1994 - Blades, Jamaica Arts Center, Queens, New York; 1991- Blades: transcending aggression, Monmouth County Arts Center, New Jersey; Blades: reversing violence, Rosenwald-Wolf Gallery, Window on Broad, The University of the Arts, Philadelphia; Blades: a psychological environment, Fairleigh Dickenson University, Edward Williams Gallery, New Jersey.
In addition to her current exhibit at Rutgers University, The Power to Protect will travel to Longstreth Goldberg Art next year in January and to Flomenhaft Gallery in November 2008.TCG was written under the pseudonym "The Cable Gamer," and posts claimed the author was a woman.The site was promoted on Fox News in at least four separate instances: three times by Pinkerton and once by Bill O'Reilly.A review of TCG -- which became defunct more than a year ago but is still partially available through the Internet Archive -- finds laughably over-the-top praise of Ailes and other Fox personalities alongside vicious, often petty attacks on Fox rivals and perceived enemies.The blog's criticism frequently echoed Fox's own public attacks.