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2015/07/28 02:22
2015/07/28 02:22
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Creativity can be as elusive as it is rewarding. Inspiration usually lies just beyond the intellect's reach, sparking our best work and sneaking away when we need it most—right before that big...
2015/07/28 02:22
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2015/07/25 12:31
2015/07/25 12:31
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Letters pile up outside the vacant corner house on 10th Avenue North at 52nd Street South. Some are folded neatly into envelopes and sent through the Post Office to jam the mailbox to...
2015/07/25 04:58
2015/07/25 04:58
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The splendor of Big Sur never ceases to mesmerize those who carefully navigate the craggy coastline high above the continental shelf framed by the majestic Santa Lucia Mountains. It’s akin to being...
2015/07/24 12:19
2015/07/24 12:19
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There are few things more quintessentially American than a road trip. The country's vast size, the diversity of different regions and the incredible landscape make experiencing the U.S. from the road...
2015/07/21 12:12
2015/07/21 12:12
7d
Lydia Lunch takes the stage in Berlin. Gazing behind her black bangs into the front crowd at Urban Spree’s DYS Festival, she points her red nails through the dry ice, screaming: “Narcotics and...
2015/07/21 11:21
2015/07/21 11:21
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... Jack’: The author of iconic novel On the Road receives hundreds of letters from fans thanking him for inspiring their ‘wanderlust gene’ Jack Kerouac's Florida home has become a pilgrimage...
2015/07/21 01:14
2015/07/21 01:14
7d
Ahhh, summer. Time for inappropriately short shorts and socially acceptable public drinking. A time, for most students, to take a little breather from the insanity of the school year. By mid-July...
2015/07/21 01:09
2015/07/21 01:09
7d
This is the level of kinship to which Spieth can grow accustomed. For the mere fact that he flirted so long with the possibility of becoming the first golfer since Ben Hogan in 1953 to stand three for...
2015/07/20 18:18
2015/07/20 18:18
8d
The second annual incarnation of Project Pabst finished last night in southwest Portland’s Zidell Yards. Weezer, Blondie, Run the Jewels and Passion Pit were among the acts that played during the...
2015/07/13 17:41
2015/07/13 17:41
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Monday’s TV tips | Irish Examiner Monday’s TV tips Monday, July 13, 2015 - 05:39 PM University Challenge (BBC2, 8pm) New series. Jeremy Paxman may have left the Newsnight studio after 25 years,...
2015/07/10 18:05
2015/07/10 18:05
18d
What would happen if a group of homeless political activists in Berkeley offered an opportunity for a young journalist to score a scoop and a chance for a career making project? Since a good many...
2015/07/10 15:19
2015/07/10 15:19
18d
... the hitch was life itself - the travel equivalent of a jolt from a defibrillator." THE LONG HITCH HOME. By Jamie Maslin. Skyhorse Publishing. $24.95. Jamie Maslin once set himself a...
2015/07/10 02:29
2015/07/10 02:29
18d
Here at Rock City HQ, the acronym EOFY stands for Exquisite Opus? F--k Yeah. This is a midyear backslap for the best 7.5 albums (six albums plus three EPs) of the first half of ’15. 1. Best...
2015/07/09 19:25
2015/07/09 19:25
19d
Feature IPPY's LGBTQ Reading List In honor of the Supreme Court's historic decision last month guaranteeing the right to same-sex marriage, we decided to focus our first IPPY 20th anniversary feature...
2015/07/07 09:21
2015/07/07 09:21
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Why Julie Burchill's son is not the only victim of his tragic death Sad end: Jack Landesman, son of Julie Burchill, took his own lifeJulie Burchill Julie Burchill has been, since the 1980s, the very...
2015/07/06 11:04
2015/07/06 11:04
22d
LOWELL -- A new piece of history from Lowell's most famous son has emerged in the form of a letter now up for auction. The typed, one-page letter, written by famed author Jack Kerouac late in his...
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2015/07/06 01:03
2015/07/06 01:03
22d
Downtown Orlando is changing by the day, from a gleaming new performing-arts center, to apartment buildings and office towers sprouting up across the city, to plans for a downtown UCF campus and...
2015/07/04 14:43
2015/07/04 14:43
24d
He directs me upstairs to the kitchen of his second floor apartment, past a scrappy unframed poster of Vladimir Mayakovsky taped roughly to the wall. “It’s a real Italian building,” he says. “The...
2015/07/02 18:45
2015/07/02 18:45
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Reading suggestions for the long weekend: A turbulence of questions kept me awake: Were we considered married 20,000 feet in the air? Were we legitimate at 35,000? Or did it even matter all the way...
2015/06/28 13:34
2015/06/28 13:34
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CHILDREN’s Book Scavenger by Jennifer Chambliss Bertman; illustrations by Sarah Watts; Christy Ottaviano Books/Henry Holt; $16.99. Ages 8 to 12. 343 pages. This marvelous mystery, full of references...
2015/07/28 02:22
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