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'Stranger' danger on a secluded French beach
The season is summer. The scene is a remote lake in the French countryside where men meet for conversation, sunbathing and open-air sex. The theme is murder. Setting his tight, restrained movie...
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Facel Vega, Dodge ramp trucks and a podcast anniv...
One Lap of the Web: A podcast anniversary and a Facellia Automotive news and weirdness from all corners of the Internet -- Ford's F-350 can tow 35,000 pounds, which is pretty nifty. But it's lacking...
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... Regional Theatre Festival of the Cultural Palaces Organisation, Balloon Theatre, Manf Hall, the theatre of the Supreme Council of Youth and Sport, 1-10 February, 2014. Ever since El-Samer...
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‘The Age of Atheism: How We Have Sought to Live S...
Some contemporary thinkers have argued that the decline or disappearance of religious belief leads to a thinning of one’s inner life. In effect, the wholly secular are missing out; they lack — and...
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Revamping education: why we don’t learn from lect...
In a recent poll of 1,000 students, the self-reported average amount of concentration during lectures was a mere ten minutes “Some people talk in their sleep. Lecturers talk while other people...
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Blowing hot and cold
Blowing hot and coldFrom its ticket price to its themes, Tanachon Chandruang's play is all about vagary and unpredictability Ticket prices for Tanachon Chandruang’s new play The Snow Doesn’t Fall On...
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You can’t create experience, you must undergo it
David Beckham, the football superstar, recently visited the Philippines to give cheer and deliver services to survivors of super typhoon Yolanda in the city of Tacloban. While many of our countrymen...
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I read in the paper about some folks who’ve done well with weight loss and fitness resolutions. They attribute their success to posting goals, activities and results on Facebook. “Got up at 4, started...
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EU's stance forces US executioners to improvise
BRUSSELS (AP) — There's one big reason the United States has a dearth of execution drugs so acute that some states are considering solutions such as firing squads and gas chambers: Europe won't allow...
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Artist on the way up
Arrowtown artist Paul Sewter is preparing to climb seven peaks with a series of his artworks in a specially made box to display them most likely to ''an audience of just me''. Mr Sewter hoped his...
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Martin Heidegger's Black Notebooks Reignite Charg...
Martin Heidegger's Black Notebooks Reignite Charges of Anti-SemitismPhilsopher Was Compromised By Involvement With Nazis On this side of the Atlantic, the imminent publication in Germany of Martin...
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Exhibition image from "What We Want, What We Believe: Towards a Higher Fidelity" "I finally feel I'm 100 percent there," says artist Juan Capistran, "into the way I make work, my process, and the...
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'The Last Call' raises curtain on theatrical hiji...
Francisco Franco Alba's "The Last Call" is one of those nutty backstage comedies where everything seems to go wrong. A Mexican theater company is preparing an avant-garde production of
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Open Letter to Barack Obama: a Call to End the Di...
... February 2014 I am a literary artist. I have written some philosophy and some satire. I wrote The Terraist Letters, a satire that contrasts the promotion of nuclear experimentation with the...
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That's #deep: Rihanna, Rita Ora and Taylor Swift ...
Yet remarkably, a new generation is making philosophy cool again. Anyone who follows Rihanna or Rita Ora or Harry Styles or Taylor Swift, or whoever, on social media will have noticed. They have...
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On HBO's 'True Detective,' Cohle And Marty Play B...
... course I’m dangerous. I’m police. I can do terrible things to people with impunity,” says Rustin Cohle, to a tiny blonde hooker/drug dealer, halfway through the second episode of True Detective....
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