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2014/08/27 09:34
2014/08/27 09:34
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Marilyn Monroe lookalikes compete for attention. A TALL woman wearing a blonde wig and a low-cut red dress pursed her scarlet lips and asked if I’d like to be photographed with her. Of course! But...
2014/08/27 09:34
2014/08/27 09:34
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2014/08/26 04:26
2014/08/26 04:26
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William Alexander Morgan being applauded by Fidel Castro, in Havana in 1959. Morgan said that he had joined the Cuban Revolution because “the most important thing for free men to do is to protect the...
2014/08/25 19:26
2014/08/25 19:26
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Walking competitions were the favorite spectator sport in the late nineteenth century.Credit Illustration by Leo Espinosa Why people walk is a hard question that looks easy. Upright bipedalism seems...
2014/08/25 14:27
2014/08/25 14:27
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Aug. 22--A pink, size-8 1/2 women's To the Max! high-heel shoe -- just one, for the left foot. Teeth-whitening strips. A wheelchair. Those are just some of the 20,000 items left behind by frazzled or...
2014/08/24 11:26
2014/08/24 11:26
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Lucinda Williams, in her home in Nashville. “Clyde is dead. And Frank is dead. What a thing.” Photograph by Martin Schoeller.Credit Photograph by Saba. It’s a damp Delta night in January, and we’ve...
2014/08/24 03:46
2014/08/24 03:46
6d
Breathtaking: Full moon over Golden Gate Bridge, San Francisco. Catch a ferry behind Pier 33 on The Embarcadero and sail out to a rocky island in the middle of San Francisco Bay. This was the home of...
2014/08/18 01:33
2014/08/18 01:33
12d
One distinct advantage of being raised by and around hippies is that you have a house band. The dissonant drainpipe guitar solos of the late Jerry Garcia follow you around. Bob Weir’s countrified...
2014/08/13 22:38
2014/08/13 22:38
16d
Located at 585 Osprey Ave. in Kelowna’s Pandosy business district (corner of Osprey and Tutt), this quaint, 22-seat, open kitchen café has everything vegan, raw and gluten free, except for a few...
2014/08/13 04:30
2014/08/13 04:30
17d
The great Detroit-bred bassist Ron Carter doesn�t make it back home as much as local jazz aficionados would like, but he�s practically in residence around town for the next few weeks. He�s got a...
2014/08/13 02:25
2014/08/13 02:25
17d
Jazz is boring. Jazz is overrated. Jazz is washed up. Unlike a poorly received New Yorker piece purportedly written by jazz great Sonny Rollins, this is not satire. “Jazz might be the stupidest...
2014/08/11 18:16
2014/08/11 18:16
18d
Carley Conder's wheels are turning. "I know I want a live harpist playing against a techno score," she says. "Hyper-physical for the dancers. Exploring the idea of co-existing in two opposing...
2014/08/08 15:46
2014/08/08 15:46
21d
As a teenager, I left San Diego because it was not cool. As a young parent, I moved back for the same reason. A Forbes ranking of San Diego as the sixth coolest city in the U.S., right behind San...
2014/08/07 20:45
2014/08/07 20:45
22d
Barack Obama’s first term provoked the Republican Party’s most libertarian moment since the Goldwater campaign, or perhaps even the advent of the New Deal. Several things thrust the GOP in this...
2014/08/07 00:49
2014/08/07 00:49
23d
Leon McCarron’s excellent adventures The 29-year-old professional adventurer from Co Derry is only getting started For a man who has cycled across Australia, the US and southeast Asia, Leon McCarron...
2014/08/05 23:20
2014/08/05 23:20
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Back in 1999, Jeff Gandell was a 19-year-old Montrealer who had two goals. He wanted to save his hair and lose his virginity. To find out if he succeeded in either quest you have to see The Balding,...
2014/08/01 18:48
2014/08/01 18:48
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NEW YORK CITY — Root, root, root for the away team. While New York might have its own long, storied baseball history, you can also find fans representing other teams from the Amerian League West to...
2014/08/01 13:39
2014/08/01 13:39
28d
Two decades ago, a North Texas kid named Brian Sweany walked into the offices of Texas Monthly magazine as an intern. In the August issue that’s just hit newsstands, that kid is listed for the first...
2014/08/27 09:34
2014/08/27 09:34
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