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Literary lions unite in protest against e-book ta...
The authors are uniting. Last spring, when Amazon began discouraging customers from buying books published by Hachette, the writers grumbled that they were pawns in the retailer's contract...
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Movie review: The Boxtrolls’ not like Here Be Monsters,’ but still good Posted Sep. 26, 2014 @ 12:01 am By Ed SymkusMore Content NowCredit is given, right at the beginning of �The Boxtrolls,� that...
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They Came to Blow Our System: Why Music Won’t Be ...
Overthinking the underappreciated. They Came to Blow Our SystemThe unmanageable verbal surge of Death Grips. Death Grips were the last thrill. Or my last thrill, anyway. Valedictory nervous...
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Blondie's Chris Stein Talks New Photo Book, Negat...
Most of Negative's photos are set in Stein and Blondie's homebase of New York City. But there is one picture with a South Florida connection, taken in a pre-renovation 1970s era Fountainbleau...
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Bookstore specializing in used and rare titles op...
Onondaga, N.Y. — Jon Speed just opened a used and rare bookstore this month, but he first got hooked on the field as a child. His uncle was a rare book dealer in the Buffalo area for years. Speed was...
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The Weekly Dissident - Gary Cummiskey, a Dadaist,...
In the Weekly Dissident today, MPHUTLANE WA BOFELO talks to poet Gary Cummisky, a self described "Dada-surrealist-madhouse screamer" who believes South Africa needs a stronger alternative...
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Inside the Fast-Food Labor Protests
A demonstration by fast-food workers last week in Manhattan. One recent study found that fifty-two per cent of fast-food workers require some form of public assistance.Credit Photograph by Mark...
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