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New Kerala
J Law shares 'cozy' bed pic with Kris Jenner as part of belated b'day celebrations American actress Jennifer Lawrence recently shared a cozy bed picture of hers
J Law shares 'cozy' bed pic with Kris Jenner as part of belated b'day celebrations
New Kerala / Posted 7 days ago
American actress Jennifer Lawrence recently shared a cozy bed picture of herself with Kris Jenner as part of Lawrence's belated birthday celebrations on... Read more
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Daily Mail
Kris Jenner shares a photo in bed with Jennifer Lawrence'A night to remember!' ... as she jokes that the actress is a 'piece of s***'
Kris Jenner shares a photo in bed with Jennifer Lawrence
Daily Mail / Posted 8 days ago
'A night to remember!' ... as she jokes that the actress is a 'piece of s***' Kris Jenner and Jennifer Lawrence may not be the likeliest of friends, but they seemed very close indeed when they... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Nour-Sherif--boardsOf his generation of graduates from the Theatre Institute in the sixties who we
Nour-Sherif--boards
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 9 days ago
Of his generation of graduates from the Theatre Institute in the sixties who went on to become film and television stars in subsequent years, Nour Al-Sherif (born Mohamed Gaber Mohamed Abdallah) was the most devoted to theatre, boasting twenty-one... Read more
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The Irish Times
Envoy, the literary magazine that sought to put Irish culture on the map The short-lived but influential magazine aimed to define a national cultural
Envoy, the literary magazine that sought to put Irish culture on the map
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
The short-lived but influential magazine aimed to define a national cultural identity, whose enemy was perceived as native conservatism and isolationism rather than British... Read more
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Payson Roundup
How can we achieve happiness? Part 2Last week we talked about how miserable some of the troops in my outfit were wh
How can we achieve happiness? Part 2
Payson Roundup / Posted 15 days ago
Last week we talked about how miserable some of the troops in my outfit were while we were stationed up in Iceland. In our tiny 198-man outfit we lost three men in six months. That’s a whopping 6 percent annual casualty rate; and we weren’t fighting... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
'Shubbak' - a Window On North African & Middle Eastern ArtWhile the media focuses on the troubles that have become synonymous with much o
'Shubbak' - a Window On North African & Middle Eastern Art
AllAfrica.com / Posted 20 days ago
While the media focuses on the troubles that have become synonymous with much of North Africa and the Middle East, London recently hosted the biggest festival of contemporary culture and art from that same region. It was the third edition of the... Read more
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Charleston City Paper
The music of Weird Al Yankovic was a salve for my sensitive fourth-grade soulI was a fourth grader with a scrawny physique, an academic perfectionist streak
The music of Weird Al Yankovic was a salve for my sensitive fourth-grade soul
Charleston City Paper / Posted 25 days ago
I was a fourth grader with a scrawny physique, an academic perfectionist streak, and an abiding interest in extraterrestrial life when my family moved from the suburbs of Houston to the suburbs of Charleston. Separated by 1,000 miles from my two best... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Far From Men - review - Watch - ABC Arts | Australian contemporary art and culture reviews, news & v
Far From Men - review
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 26 days ago
- Watch - ABC Arts | Australian contemporary art and culture reviews, news & videos Recommended Claude Gonzalez Winner of the Cinema Giovani Award for Best Film at last year�s Venice Film Festival David... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
‘Don’t call me a crypto-Nazi!’ The lost heart of political debateThey are compelling – to the point that Best of Enemies, a documentary about a
‘Don’t call me a crypto-Nazi!’ The lost heart of political debate
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 28 days ago
They are compelling – to the point that Best of Enemies, a documentary about a remarkable series of debates between these two on ABC television in 1968, is the surprise but deserved success of this summer’s movie festivals in the US. Why, though,... Read more
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The Atlantic
Will Ta-Nehisi Coates's Book Deter Activism?Responses to Ta-Nehisi Coates's Between the World and Me Much as I like commen
Will Ta-Nehisi Coates's Book Deter Activism?
The Atlantic / Posted 30 days ago
Responses to Ta-Nehisi Coates's Between the World and Me Much as I like commenting on the social web, I’ve gotten in the habit of avoiding comment sections in the Atlantic app. Too many times I’ve been high on your phenomenal writing only to step... Read more
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The New Statesman
Gallic symbols: How the French ThinkHow the French Think: an Affectionate Portrait of an Intellectual People Sudhir
Gallic symbols: How the French Think
The New Statesman / Posted 30 days ago
How the French Think: an Affectionate Portrait of an Intellectual People Sudhir Hazareesingh Allen Lane, 427pp, £20 Oscar Wilde once noted that when good Americans die, they go to Paris. This American can confirm this, as I have indicated in my... Read more
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Crain's Chicago Business
Likes: Puppies, kittens, beach volleyball. Dislikes: wildlife tourism, the Apple WatchJohn Roa, 31, is founder and CEO of Akta, a Chicago-based digital-design consul
Likes: Puppies, kittens, beach volleyball. Dislikes: wildlife tourism, the Apple Watch
Crain's Chicago Business / Posted 30 days ago
John Roa, 31, is founder and CEO of Akta, a Chicago-based digital-design consultancy. He also is an angel investor, humanitarian fundraiser and travel addict. He lives and works in River North. A travel experience you wouldn't repeat? Anything... Read more

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