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2015/06/30 13:14
2015/06/30 13:14
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Thursday, July 2 Back in 1957, at a lecture in Sweden, Albert Camus coined a two-word directive that artists from across nationalities, centuries, and media have taken as gospel: "Create...
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2015/06/25 18:18
2015/06/25 18:18
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It's hard to imagine a better cultural moment than now to dig into Paul Beatty's new novel "The Sellout." Recent headlines (a prominent white person trying to pass as black, continuing white-on-black...
2015/06/24 08:41
2015/06/24 08:41
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Berkeley tragedy: 'Eimear chose to be a healer and today we seek healing' | Irish Examiner Berkeley tragedy: ‘Eimear chose to be a healer and today we seek healing’ Father Paul Ward, parish priest...
2015/06/24 04:19
2015/06/24 04:19
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Atheism is so often considered in the negative: as a lack of faith, or a disbelief in god; as an essential deprivation. Atheism is seen as being destitute of meaning, value, purpose; unfertile ground...
2015/06/22 23:48
2015/06/22 23:48
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This article originally appeared on What will we do without Jon Stewart? I hear that a lot. Of course I hope his writers will be able to make more magic with his successor, Trevor Noah. And no...
2015/06/21 20:21
2015/06/21 20:21
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NEW YORK — James Salter, the prize-winning author acclaimed for his sophisticated, granular prose and sobering insights in "Light Years," ''A Sport and a Pastime" and other fiction, has died at age...
2015/06/21 08:35
2015/06/21 08:35
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Father’s Day: 21 signs you’re turning into your dad When you were little, dad was a superhero – and when you were a teenager, he was the most embarrassing person on earth. Now? He’s you – or rather,...
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2015/06/20 10:12
2015/06/20 10:12
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The artist who created some of the most memorable images of the 20th century was never fully embraced by the art world. There is just one work by Maurits Cornelis Escher in all of Britain’s galleries...
2015/06/19 09:31
2015/06/19 09:31
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This week's Guest: Elnathan John. Two-time Caine Prize Shortlistee, Satirist, Novelist, Recovering Lawyer, 2015 Civitella Ranieri Fellow In 2013, Elnathan John and Abubakar Adam Ibrahim, two of my...
2015/06/17 18:45
2015/06/17 18:45
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Netflix has such an abundance of titles, it can often be overwhelming. What should you spend your precious evenings watching? Which movies and series are worth your time? Back in February, we surfaced...
2015/06/17 05:05
2015/06/17 05:05
18d
I intend to devote no more time to the upcoming presidential elections than walking to my local polling station on Election Day, voting for a third-party candidate, most likely the Green Party...
2015/06/17 04:47
2015/06/17 04:47
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He bookends these eight tracks, evenly split between vocals and instrumentals, with wordless salutes to two personal touchstones: the furtive opener “Soso’s Dream,” for granddaughter Sol; and the...
2015/06/13 08:12
2015/06/13 08:12
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Writing shortly after the end of the second world war, the French historian André Siegfried claimed (with a characteristic touch of Gallic aplomb) that French thought had been the driving force behind...
2015/06/11 22:16
2015/06/11 22:16
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Jerry Collins holding his daughter Ayla on the night he died. Photo / Zebulon Noguera Jerry Collins' fatal accident is a stark reminder that there's one form of sudden death to which we're all...
2015/06/11 05:05
2015/06/11 05:05
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Recall, if you will, the 2004 presidential election. On what turned out to be the losing side, there was John Kerry, labeled a heady New England elitist, and on the other was George W. Bush, who...
2015/06/30 13:14
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