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SUMMER READING LIST
In between busy schedules of work, school, and traveling, many of us will be looking for a few good summer reads to enjoy during our downtime. Here is a short list of some cool reads to enjoy for...
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Jorge Luis Borges
Brave New World
William S. Burroughs
DVD & Blue-Ray reviews: The Worricker Trilogy, Th...
David Hare’s spy trilogy is bursting with talent – Ralph Fiennes, Helena Bonham Carter and Winona Ryder – but it’s Bill Nighy who carries these admirably restrained, murky tales on his elegant...
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Helena Bonham Carter
Narcopolis, by Jeet Thayil, Faber, £12.99, 304 pages Jeet Thayil’s vigorous and vivid first novel is set largely in the red light districts of 1970s Mumbai. The narrator is Dom, a wistful journalist...
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Silvio goes dog bonkers and Clegg fails to bite b...
Now it's said that Mr Silvio has gone ga-ga rather bunga-bunga. Moreover, recent photographs of him and Dudu together suggest that increasingly they are beginning to look alike and that soon it may be...
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How Howie B became one of Scotland's best music e...
You could make an argument for all of them (okay, most of them then), but they're all wrong. Here's my answer. Howie B. Howie who? Howie Bernstein, as he was known in his first 17 years on the...
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Soul II Soul
Kill Your Darlings
A pre-Howl Allen Ginsberg attended Columbia University in 1944 where he met some like-minded, shit-disturbing young poets and writers, including Jack Kerouac and
, who set about...
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Jeremy Thomas: Britain's auteur film producer
Eureka (Nicolas Roeg, 1983) Gene Hackman plays a wealthy gold prospector who begins to suspect that his family may be conspiring against him to steal his fortune This was a very big experience in...
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Allen Ginsberg Teaches You How to Give a Blowjob
Vocativ has published a lengthy profile of Marcus Ewert, who bedded not one Beat, but two: Allen Ginsberg and
. This all started in 1988 — Ewert was 17, Ginsberg (who'd later come out...
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'Frozen,' 'American Hustle' and 'Saving Mr. Banks...
The cavalcade of top-tier titles continues unabated this week as "American Hustle," "Saving Mr. Banks," "Mandela: Long Walk to Freedom" and the animated hit, "Frozen" all land on shelves. "Frozen,"...
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Pulitzer Recipient Wright Performs Reading Of Wor...
On Thursday, March 20, the literary magazine of Boston College Stylus hosted a poetry reading featuring Franz Wright. Wright is the winner of the 2004 Pulitzer Prize for Poetry for his collection...
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This broken land has many faces: A review of four...
In his first novel, The Book of War, James Whyle outlines the fate of a boy who enlists with a disparate band of mercenaries to fight for the colonial British in their attempts to drive out the Xhosa...
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