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Freshers': An Introvert’s Perspective
During the first two weeks of university, every single first year’s online presence is in competition to see who had the craziest Freshers’ – who stayed out the latest? Who drank the most alcohol? –...
Read more at The Wessex Scene Online
Like father, like son: Tom Cruise and his son Connor are regularly seen in matching outfits. Fathers who refuse to dress their age, instead aspiring to the fashion of their teenage sons, have created...
Read more at Canberra Times
Musings at sunrise
There’s something about the feeling of driving west as the day breaks around you, the sun rising in your rear-view mirror. Maybe it’s the glorious auburn light that instills wonder in all those who...
Read more at The Chronicle
U.S. Chamber of Commerce
Donal Logue: Playing Both Sides Of The Law
Donal Logue plays detective Harvey Bullock on ‘Gotham'. He is a cop who plays both sides of the law to solve cases. Here's bullock talking to his partner, the future Commissioner Gordon. Aside from a...
Read more at FOX 11 News Los Angeles
Sons of Anarchy
Boulder's beat book shop moves to new location af...
Boulder's beat book shop, an independent bookseller that's operated on Pearl Street for almost a quarter-century, has moved into a bigger spot. The bookstore first opened in 1990 at 1713 Pearl St....
Read more at Boulder Daily Camera
Birthday Bash for David Amram Includes Pete Seege...
People are buzzing about the upcoming show that some are calling “the greatest folk concert Long Island has seen in decades!” On Nov. 20, the Hillwood Recital Hall at the Tilles Center for the...
Read more at Long Island Press
Long Island University
Willem de Kooning
Comic Richard Lewis is crazy busy | The Ticket
... should have called my comedy company Oy Vey Productions,” Richard Lewis quipped. The 67-year-old comedian has been nick named the “Prince of Pain” for his jazz-style riffs on his dysfunctional...
Read more at The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
Four Seasons hotel
These New England Graves—from Kerouac’s to a Tita...
Plan a Massachusetts day trip this month around some of the most famous dead people in New England. Who should you pay your respects to? We tell you where the remains of three famous New Englanders...
Read more at Boston Globe
Is It Civil Disobedience to Name a Mountain for T...
Arts, entertainment, and more. The Actual World“Mount Thoreau” and the naming of things in the wilderness. Early on a September morning, we drove through hard rain over Donner Pass. In Reno the...
Read more at Slate
Kerouac House celebrates the unveiling of its his...
Annemarie Ní Churreáin came to College Park from the town of Donegal, Ireland. But her trip wasn’t intended as a vacation. “I am working on a collection of poems,” she said, “and I’m working on a...
Read more at Orlando Sentinel
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If Sisyphus wrote a column
The bargain bin at Half Price Books in Berkeley has yielded some literary treasures but since our "In" stack of books is a formidable reading challenge, prudence dictates that any additions to the...
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Elizabeth Bay’s Gazebo Wine Garden reopens after ...
Imagine a Beatle sitting to your right,
to your left and a cheeky Austin Powers serving your cocktail and you get an idea of the 1960s vibe being rocked by the new-look Gazebo Wine...
Read more at Daily Telegraph
COLUMN: Hitchhiking – thumbs up or down?
What do you do when you see a hitchhiker? Do you make eye contact or glance away? Do you stop? I always feel guilty driving past. I worry when I see young women with optimistic smiles, bare arms and...
Read more at Burnaby News Leader
On the Road
Thurston Moore: Sonic Youth “wasn’t really surpri...
The centerpiece of Thurston Moore’s fourth solo album, “The Best Day,” is an 11-minute pagan guitar jam featuring some of the boldest lyrics the man has ever written: “You draw a circle around the...
Read more at Salon.com
The Novel Cure: Literary prescriptions for being ...
Cure: On the Road by
An unfortunate side-effect of a busy life is that we can become so adept at organising our time, allocating segments of our days to a particular use – work, sleep,...
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On the Road
Vivienne Westwood accused of plagiarising author ...
Vivienne Westwood accused of plagiarism of her own life-story Author Paul Gorman claims 40 passages from his own work have been used He has accused Vivienne Westwood and publishers of not crediting...
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New winery; latest hotel; Hitchcock costumes and ...
The newest state of Wine Country is Bennett Valley, where, on Sonoma Mountain Road, Belden Barns Winery will become the area’s first. The Board of Supervisors approved the 10k-case facility and...
Read more at Sonoma Valley Sun
Board of Supervisors
North By Northwest
Vivienne Westwood accused of plagiarism over book...
Westwood, one of the architects of punk, has published an autobiography, co-written by Ian Kelly. But the Pan Macmillan title faces claims that the book contains sections copied without attribution,...
Read more at Independent
#TravelTuesday Pic: Where Is Jack Kerouac’s Grave?
Iconic Beat Generation author
, who died in 1969 at the age of 47, is buried in Massachusetts. His gravesite received a makeover this fall when a local monument company installed a...
Read more at Boston Globe
Exposed program brings Wareham back into the fold...
Six years ago, Dean Wareham spent some quality time here in Pittsburgh: The Andy Warhol Museum, under the umbrella of the Pittsburgh International Festival of Firsts, commissioned Wareham and his wife...
Read more at Pittsburgh City Paper
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