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2015/05/22 12:48
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... Things for You To Do in New York City's Neighborhoods This WeekendView Full Caption Friday, May 22The 20th Annual Lower East Side Festival of the Arts kicks off Friday with lots of free theater,...
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2015/05/21 23:48
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Vivian Gornick is one of the leading figures in American nonfiction. Her 1987 memoir, “Fierce Alliances,” is a touchstone for readers of memoir, a seminal account of coming-of-age in New York City in...
2015/05/20 16:12
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I knew that Karl Ove Knausgaard was officially the coolest kid on the literary block, his intense introspection matched only by his rugged good looks and a la mode facial hair. But it still seemed a...
2015/05/17 07:57
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In 1847, an English cleaning woman was extremely excited to learn that the boy lodging in her employer's house was "the son of the man that put together Dombey"--that is, the son of Charles Dickens....
2015/05/15 13:45
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It seems somehow more appropriate to celebrate Emily Dickinson's death anniversary, rather than her birthday. After all, she's remembered as much for her morbidly enigmatic poetry as her decision to...
2015/05/09 22:10
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In the late Nineties, the internet was like a visitor who was sitting in your drawing room while you thought of polite ways of asking them to leave. But the visitor insisted on telling you of your...
2015/05/07 12:49
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Mary Costello: in praise of the M6, the secret of my creative drive For the Irish Times Book Club author, inspiration can strike anywhere, but as often as not it’s behind the wheel en route to...
2015/04/30 16:03
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... issue comes out after a two year hiatus The twentith edition of CU Denver’s lit journal Copper Nickel has, on its cover, an image of a naked woman perched sideways on top of a naked man, both...
2015/04/29 18:03
2015/04/29 18:03
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A harsh, pink light fell over Garth Harries’ face as he approached the microphone. He blinked, drew back, came closer. A bead of sweat had formed at the left corner his forehead. He wasn’t facing a...
2015/04/29 15:01
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My husband, a doctor, tells me that his patients often say to him, ‘Can I be honest with you?’ He jokes that in these instances he wonders what the point of their visit was if they hadn’t intended to...
2015/04/29 12:21
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Wet and wild: Photographer spends decade documenting the weird and wonderful world of swamp buggy racing Malcolm Lightner was brought up next to where the sport started Buggies were originally used...
2015/04/24 21:19
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Courtesy Folger Graphics for Discovering Dickens Project (Charles Dickens photo by the Associated Press) Hillary Kelly is a contributing editor at Washingtonian and a books and culture writer in...
2015/04/24 08:43
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Soon after killing Julius Caesar in William Shakespeare’s eponymous tragedy, Cassius, one of the conspirators, declares: “How many ages hence / Shall this our lofty scene be acted over / In states...
2015/04/19 02:07
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Only thing is, I don't have GPS. As it happens a friend emailed me last week a 2014 story in the "Paris Review" on the 90th anniversary of Rand McNally's first published road atlas, the "Rand...
2015/04/17 17:16
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Columbia professors in disciplines such as classics, sociology, music and writing were awarded Guggenheim Fellowships for 2015. They are among 175 scholars, artists and scientists chosen from more...
2015/04/17 07:49
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Why I love Elena Ferrante: ‘A savage honesty that is both unsettling and comforting’ ‘We may never know how much of these firebrand novels is autobiographical and it will never matter. This Naples...
2015/05/22 12:48
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