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2014/11/21 11:13
2014/11/21 11:13
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This week the Rubik’s cube twisted, bringing his vengeful side to the fore, which raised the question: why is he so angry? Does he, after all, have something to hide? The Missing established early on...
2014/11/21 11:13
2014/11/21 11:13
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2014/11/20 13:37
2014/11/20 13:37
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Google is celebrating Sister Corita’s birthday with a Doodle in the US, in which the Google logo has been redone in the artist’s pop art style. Alongside it, a quote from Ms Corita reads: “To...
2014/11/19 08:17
2014/11/19 08:17
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The existentialist philosopher Albert Camus asks us to imagine Sisyphus, the character cursed by the gods of Greek mythology and punished with the fate of rolling a rock up the same hill every day...
2014/11/10 20:17
2014/11/10 20:17
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Even though hope involves an estimation of probabilities, this rational, calculative aspect is often imprecise, indeed, often unconscious. When we hope, we do not know what the odds, or at least our...
2014/11/09 20:29
2014/11/09 20:29
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Algiers — The 5th Algiers Cinema Days opened Saturday at El Mougar movie theatre with the screening of feature film "Loin des Hommes" (Far from Men) by French filmmaker David Oelhoffen. This...
2014/11/09 03:05
2014/11/09 03:05
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I was having lunch with a friend yesterday when our conversation inevitably turned to the subject of Ebola. My friend is smart, well-read and successful. "Yes, I know all the arguments," he said,...
2014/11/08 08:09
2014/11/08 08:09
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When my mother discovered I was smuggling books into the house, she burned them. One cold smouldering January morning I was left to collect the fragments, and I began to figure literature less as...
2014/11/07 20:40
2014/11/07 20:40
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... MadKap Productions presents Beth Henley's dramedy about family dysfunction and reconciliation "Crimes of the Heart," beginning Friday, Nov. 7, at the Skokie Theatre, 7924 Lincoln Ave., Skokie....
2014/11/05 21:09
2014/11/05 21:09
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Sitting beneath an apple tree, Violette is having a vision. She puts down her pen to gaze upward into a sky laced with thin branches. In this early scene in the film "Violette," it is as though this...
2014/11/04 20:15
2014/11/04 20:15
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It is really a great achievement of the Nobel award committee that it has created an environment in which criticism of the Nobel prizes is always rubbished and in which controversies are taken just as...
2014/11/04 18:29
2014/11/04 18:29
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Beirut — Algerian columnist and novelist Kamel Daoud received Sunday the "Liste Goncourt- le choix de l'Orient" prize for his novel "Meursaut, contre enquête", presented at the 21st Francophone Book...
2014/11/03 23:17
2014/11/03 23:17
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This kill order made the struggle pointless. Even if he managed to survive illness, starvation, and torture he would be killed before he could be rescued. Zamperini was not a religious man at this...
2014/11/03 18:05
2014/11/03 18:05
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... Rigby lives in a dream/Waits at the window, wearing a face/That she keeps in a jar by the door/Who is it for?" -- The Beatles, Eleanor Rigby. Gore Vidal got a laugh when years ago he...
2014/11/03 03:29
2014/11/03 03:29
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Bumping elbows—vs shaking hands—Ambassador Power with the Liberian President Sirleaf. A key part of #EbolaResponse is changing behavior. Brussels — Remarks by Ambassador Samantha Power, U.S....
2014/10/31 11:12
2014/10/31 11:12
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By John Stanton "Unbeknownst to most Americans the United States is presently under thirty presidential declared states of emergency. They confer vast powers on the Executive Branch including the...
2014/10/31 08:05
2014/10/31 08:05
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The River Nile is a long way from Dublin’s River Liffey. AndTemple Bar is no Finnegans Wake. Neither is the Nile James Joyce’s Anna LiviaPlurabelle. Bahaa Abdel-Megid draws on a dizzying array of...
2014/10/30 10:12
2014/10/30 10:12
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By Gouthama Siddarthan It is really a great achievement of the Nobel award committee that it has created an environment in which criticism of the Nobel prizes is always rubbished and in which...
2014/10/26 07:17
2014/10/26 07:17
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Laziness should not be confounded with procrastination or idleness. To procrastinate is to postpone a task in favour of other tasks, which, though perceived as easier or more pleasurable, are...
2014/10/24 15:26
2014/10/24 15:26
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PARIS — If it were an album, you might title it: “Pierre Bergé: Unplugged.” On Thursday, some 350 attendees — Betty Catroux, Vincent Darré and Doris Brynner among them — listened intently as Bergé...
2014/10/21 17:10
2014/10/21 17:10
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Michael Neilson/The Daily Jeffersonian/buyjeffphotos.com It was the French philosopher Albert Camus who said, "Autumn is a second spring, when every leaf is a flower." Looking at this photo, who...
2014/11/21 11:13
2014/11/21 11:13
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