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Naseeruddin Shah: the actor in my head
The words flow like they would, out of an actor’s microphone. ‘Baba was an Anglophile’, he says and one can sense the pause as he looks up and catches the audience’s eye and continues, ‘He never left...
Read more at Business Standard India
The Super-Slim Kindle Voyage Is A Great Travel Co...
In 1935, Sir Allen Lane and V. K. Krishna Menon founded
, a company dedicated to producing high-quality, small-format paperback books for the world market. These small, well-made little...
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Poetry and Literature Calendar (Oct. 19 to Oct.25)
Tuesday, 7 p.m.: Canisius College Contemporary Writers Series presents fiction writer Phil Klay, author of the acclaimed short story collection “Redeployment” (
, 2014), a finalist for the...
Read more at The Buffalo News
Eichmann Before Jerusalem: The Unexamined Life of...
Before the war, Adolf Eichmann, born in 1906, was the acknowledged "Jewish expert" of the SS, in charge of carrying out various schemes to remove the Jews from Germany, such as encouraging – or...
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Why I write Jewish — and speak Yiddish to my cat
One day last year I was speaking to my cat in the front yard. A neighbor walking by stopped because he was surprised I wasn’t speaking English. “Yiddish,” I said. “Your cat knows Yiddish?” “About...
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Leave It to Beaver
Rare glimpse into patients' lives
GP Chris Reid with his book, Patient: Portraits from a doctor's surgery, photographed in the very spot where his patients' portraits were taken. PHOTO / PETER DE GRAAF Peter de Graaf talks to a...
Read more at The New Zealand Herald
In 1970 he secured a £1,200-a-year post as editorial programme controller at
, in a laid-back office near Heathrow’s Runway No 1. There Sidey learnt two lessons that he would never...
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An ice idea: The penguins that give new meaning t...
Adorable penguins facing death after being smothered in oil spill disasters have been saved by tiny knitted jumpers. The feathered friends at Phillip Island Nature Park in Victoria, Australia, get...
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Can pop-up bookshops change the way we buy books?
Though the Faber name is most closely associated with poetry (they publish TS Eliot, who was once a director of the firm, WH Auden, Philip Larkin and Seamus Heaney), the pop-up shelves will mainly be...
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Kevin Bridges announces Hydro run as part of 2015...
The Clydebank star will play the SSE Hydro on September 25 and 26, and October 2 and 3. Scotland's biggest export, Kevin Bridges, dubbed as "brilliant" by one of his comedy idols, Billy Connolly has...
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Kirwan in Wellington for Author Talk
Kirwan in Wellington for Author TalkTuesday, 30 September 2014, 4:56 pmPress Release:
Media release: 1 Oct 2014, for immediate useKirwan in Wellington for Author TalkBlues rugby coach,...
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Stand by Me
Stephen Fry seeking digital makers for global You...
Stephen Fry is the new Slash from Guns’n’Roses. But not for reasons related to chemical overindulgence, hats or windswept guitar solos. Slash was one of the first individuals to have an entire...
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What Mahatma Gandhi means to us today? (Book Revi...
Title- Leadership The Gandhi Way; Author- Virender Kapoor; Publisher- Rupa; Pages- 122; Price- Rs.195. Title: The Living Gandhi: Lessons for Our Times; Author: Tara Sethi and Anjana Narayan (Ed);...
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