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The New Yorker
BirdsongThe woman, a stranger, was looking at me. In the glare of the hot afternoon, in
Birdsong
The New Yorker / Posted yesterday
The woman, a stranger, was looking at me. In the glare of the hot afternoon, in the swirl of motorcycles and hawkers, she was looking down at me from the back seat of her jeep. Her stare was too direct, not sufficiently vacant. She was not merely... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
A slave in Scotland: ‘I fell into a trap – and I couldn't get out’What’s left of the Stewart hotel sits on a steep hill overlooking sheep-flecked
A slave in Scotland: ‘I fell into a trap – and I couldn't get out’
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 2 days ago
What’s left of the Stewart hotel sits on a steep hill overlooking sheep-flecked fields, tumbling hedgerows and distant snow-capped mountains in Appin, west Scotland. Even in its prime, the 37-bedroom hotel would have been an eyesore, but now it’s a... Read more
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iol.co.za
Transgender clinic’s 25-year waiting listTransgender people living in Cape Town, something of an invisible community, fa
Transgender clinic’s 25-year waiting list
iol.co.za / Posted 9 days ago
Transgender people living in Cape Town, something of an invisible community, face a range of healthcare and social struggles. Weekend Argus reporter Bethany Ao, a visiting US journalism student, lifts the veil on the issue in part one of a series.... Read more
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The Irish Times
Thomas Michael Kettle: an enduring legacyThomas Michael Kettle (1880-1916) is a person of another time. His memory is sh
Thomas Michael Kettle: an enduring legacy
The Irish Times / Posted 13 days ago
Thomas Michael Kettle (1880-1916) is a person of another time. His memory is shrouded in the fog of the Great War in which he lost his life, and of whom our view is occluded by the iconostasis of the rising of 1916. Yet his myth and memory has been... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
'Why don't women leave? We hope they will change'Better Than This, a series by Anna Leask which launches a campaign addressing f
'Why don't women leave? We hope they will change'
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 17 days ago
Better Than This, a series by Anna Leask which launches a campaign addressing family violence. New Zealand has the highest rate of family violence in the developed world but only about 20 per cent is reported to authorities. We will keep encouraging... Read more
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The Advocate
Hoping for respites from emailOn a recent road trip that jangled my biological clock, I found myself wide awa
Hoping for respites from email
The Advocate / Posted 24 days ago
On a recent road trip that jangled my biological clock, I found myself wide awake in a hotel room at 1 a.m., much too alert to easily fall asleep. Perched on pillows with my smartphone in hand, I decided to send a few business emails while my body... Read more
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Daily Mail
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom cosy up for a loved-up snap in New YorkLove in full Bloom! Cute new couple Katy Perry and Orlando cosy up for a sweet
Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom cosy up for a loved-up snap in New York
Daily Mail / Posted 25 days ago
Love in full Bloom! Cute new couple Katy Perry and Orlando cosy up for a sweet snap as they enjoy Met Gala afterparty Their blossoming romance has seen them become the hottest new celebrity couple. And Orlando Bloom, 39, and Katy Perry, 31, looked... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
Beyonce cannot be stopped, not even by Mother NatureThere are some events for which the word “concert” seems inadequate. Beyonce’s
Beyonce cannot be stopped, not even by Mother Nature
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 26 days ago
There are some events for which the word “concert” seems inadequate. Beyonce’s Formation Tour, for example, which played a nearly sold-out Carter-Finley Stadium Tuesday night in highly dramatic circumstances. The intrigue actually began weeks before... Read more
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The News & Observer
Beyonce cannot be stopped, not even by Mother Nature | News & Observer May 4, 2016 12:49 AM Beyonce’s Formation Tour did indeed
Beyonce cannot be stopped, not even by Mother Nature
The News & Observer / Posted 26 days ago
| News & Observer May 4, 2016 12:49 AM Beyonce’s Formation Tour did indeed play Carter-Finley Stadium Alas, the weather did not... Read more
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Daily Mail
Katy Perry and boyfriend Orlando Bloom attend Met Gala after partyThe couple that parties together...! Smitten pair Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom
Katy Perry and boyfriend Orlando Bloom attend Met Gala after party
Daily Mail / Posted 27 days ago
The couple that parties together...! Smitten pair Katy Perry and Orlando Bloom attempt to go low-key at Met Gala after party Katy Perry's appearance at the Costume Institute Gala 2016 at the Metropolitan Museum of Art in New York on Monday night saw... Read more
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Daily Mail
Katy Perry sports jet black beehive hair 'do as she attends Met GalaOh beehive! Katy Perry is the mane attraction with towering hair 'do as she att
Katy Perry sports jet black beehive hair 'do as she attends Met Gala
Daily Mail / Posted 28 days ago
Oh beehive! Katy Perry is the mane attraction with towering hair 'do as she attends Met Gala in velour gown with flowing train She's known for thinking outside of the box in the fashion department. And the Met Gala's world famous staircase in New... Read more
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The New Yorker
Becoming RadioheadEd O'Brien, Colin Greenwood, Phil Selway, Thom Yorke, and Jonny Greenwood: comb
Becoming Radiohead
The New Yorker / Posted 28 days ago
Ed O'Brien, Colin Greenwood, Phil Selway, Thom Yorke, and Jonny Greenwood: combining boyish riddles with sophisticated musical games.Credit Illustration by Jaime Hernandez On a hot day in May, the city of Bilbao was shaken by a velvety roar, not... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Farewell to the fatherTim Elliott's parents, Max and Rosemary, in Sydney in the early 1950s. Photo: c
Farewell to the father
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 30 days ago
Tim Elliott's parents, Max and Rosemary, in Sydney in the early 1950s. Photo: courtesy of Tim Elliott I've heard it said that when someone dies, the first thing we forget is the sound of their voice, but my father has been dead now for 26 years and... Read more

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