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The Paris Review
2 hours ago
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Sad People Who Smoke: On Mary Robison - The Paris Review

Mary Robison is interviewed by Rebecca Bengal in the new Summer issue of The Paris Review.
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I am reading Mary Robison and thinking about smoking.
The Atlantic
10 hours ago
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My Twin

After my divorce was finalized, I quit my job.I quit my book club.My monthly poker game.I canceled my gym membership and my weekly tennis lesson.I deleted my social-media accounts.
www.theguardian.com
12 hours ago
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Eley Williams: I trusted people far less once I'd finished that novel'

My earliest reading memory A vivid fight-or-flight response to a joke in Janet and Allan Ahlberg's Ha Ha Bonk Book: What's green, lives in a field and has 4,000 legs?
The Atlantic
6 hours ago
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The Hidden Cost of Gardens

What everyday plants can teach us about history
At first glance, a garden might seem to hold nothing more than the sum of its parts: flowers, greenery, perhaps some fruit trees or vegetable patches.
AnOther
8 hours ago
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Yasmin Zaher's Debut Novel Is a Wry Dissection of Privilege in New York

Lead Image Photography by Willy Somma
When 's narrator moves from Palestine to New York, she is far from enamoured by the supposed city of dreams.
www.theguardian.com
11 hours ago
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Stalk, slice, bludgeon: how femgore' is reinventing horror fiction

Women are writing absolutely horrific novels.
Women are writing novels about people (usually women, usually young) who stalk, slash, bludgeon, infect, slice, dismember and cannibalise.
www.theguardian.com
10 hours ago
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Shakespeare: The Man Who Pays the Rent by Judi Dench review a class act

Anyone who saw last year's clip of Judi Dench reciting a sonnet on The Graham Norton Show will know all about her remarkable memory for Shakespeare.
Advocate.com
5 hours ago
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Casey McQuiston's bisexual rom-com 'The Pairing' will make you hungry

Romance novelist Casey McQuiston is having an amazing year.
Business Insider
21 hours ago
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I'm a mom of 3 in Israel. Every time my daughter walks into the room, I turn off the news.

Deborah Danan and her husband are working parents, raising their three kids in Israel.They live in a mixed city where Jews, Muslims, and Christians live together.
www.theguardian.com
4 hours ago
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The grief and loss is hard to bear': the cruelty of Alzheimer's disease | Letter

I am not ashamed to say that I wept while reading Michael Aylwin's article (It comes for your very soul': how Alzheimer's undid my dazzling, creative wife in her 40s', 9 July).
www.theguardian.com
13 hours ago
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Nine Minds by Daniel Tammet review a new language for neurodiversity

In The Man Who Mistook His Wife for a Hat, Oliver Sacks wrote about two autistic men, twins who had an extraordinary relationship with numbers.
www.nytimes.com
12 hours ago
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That's a Dizzying List! Help Me Choose a Book.

There's no getting around the fact that the list of the 100 Best Books of the 21st Century is daunting.
Want to start reading a new book right away?
We can help.
Vulture
22 hours ago
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Shelley Duvall Stood Out

If Shelley Duvall appeared in a crowd, your eye would instantly find her: a slender woman with sharp-angled arms and hips, saucer eyes, a swan's neck, a tulip-bud mouth, a gap between her front teeth, and legs so long that she seemed much taller than her five-foot-eight height.
www.theguardian.com
9 hours ago
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Shelley Duvall obituary

Toothpick-thin with bingo-ball eyes, a Modigliani face and a tremulous, broken-doll voice, Shelley Duvall, who has died aged 75, would have been an unforgettable screen personality at any point in history.
PublishersWeekly.com
1 day ago
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Amistad to Release Never-Before-Published Novel by Zora Neale Hurston

HarperOne imprint Amistad will publish Zora Neale Hurston's The Life of Herod the Great, a never-before-published novel previously seen by only a handful of scholars.
www.theguardian.com
10 hours ago
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The best recent science fiction and fantasy reviews roundup

Curandera by Irenosen Okojie (Dialogue, 20) Like her first novel, the 2016 Betty Trask award-winning Butterfly Fish, this is made up of two storylines in very different settings.
The New Yorker
11 hours ago
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Maya Rudolph Is Ready to Serve

The actress and comedian on motherhood, studying the lives of billionaires for her show "Loot," and her "S.N.L." portrayals of women in the spotlight-from Beyoncé to Kamala Harris.
www.nytimes.com
6 hours ago
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50 Years Ago, Jaws' Hit Bookstores, Capturing the Angst of a Generation

In 1973, the first chapter of an unpublished novel was photocopied and passed around the Manhattan offices of Doubleday & Co. with a note.
Read this, it dared, without reading the rest of the book.
designboom | architecture & design magazine
14 hours ago
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how sacred art and architecture transform the world around us - a taschen edition

sacred sites: a journey through the mystique with taschen
www.theguardian.com
17 hours ago
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Will I just disappear?' Laura Marling on the ecstasy of motherhood and why she might quit music

Laura Marling is wondering whether to sacrifice her career for motherhood.
www.theguardian.com
10 hours ago
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A magical being': Shelley Duvall remembered by Woody Allen, Daryl Hannah and Michael Palin

Woody Allen, writer, director, co-star, Annie Hall (1977) We cast Shelley Duvall as the Rolling Stone reporter in Annie Hall because it's a flaky character and we wanted someone with a little strangeness, not someone who'd have been better playing a quiet schoolteacher or an accountant.
www.mercurynews.com
12 hours ago
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Miss Manners: A stranger chased me, yelling, because I fell asleep at the symphony

DEAR MISS MANNERS: I'm a surgeon who loves the symphony.
Unfortunately, I work long hours, and sometimes show up at a performance after working 32 hours straight.
Vulture
20 hours ago
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Oh, Mary! Is Excellently Uncivil

The most controversial cabaret in town might be happening at the August Wilson Theatre, but the best one is at the Lyceum.There, Cole Escola's riotous, extremely faux-historical farce, Oh, Mary!
www.theguardian.com
14 hours ago
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Long Island Compromise by Taffy Brodesser-Akner review trials of the wealthy

Do you want to hear a story with a terrible ending?
The first line of Long Island Compromise sets the tone: a self-aware narrator commanding our attention.
Washington Post
4 hours ago
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After abuse revelations, professors grapple with how to teach Munro

Key takeaways
www.theguardian.com
11 hours ago
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I hate the idea of playing music to people': Griff on shyness, stardom and supporting Taylor Swift

In a perfect world, nobody would ever hear a Griff song.
Vulture
7 hours ago
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Osgood Perkins Gets Into the Family Business

The Hollywood Forever Cemetery may sound like an atmospheric location for a stroll with the industry's most in-demand horror director, but in practice, the place is dishearteningly bucolic.
PinkNews | Latest lesbian, gay, bi and trans news | LGBTQ+ news
7 hours ago
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Drag Race star shares hilarious way she almost leaked season 15 cast list

RuPaul's Drag Race season 15 fan favourite Mistress Isabelle Brooks has revealed that she almost accidentally leaked the entire cast of her season.
Fast Company
13 hours ago
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This 5-minute exercise could help you find your purpose

One of Mark Twain's most famous quotes is, "The two most important days in your life are the day you are born and the day you find out why."Profound, it can also be perplexing.
Washington Post
11 hours ago
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Review | 'Last Summer': A May-December affair with major thunderstorms

The French provocateur Catherine Breillat gets her kicks with unnerving tales of sexual coercion, but a clothed, close-up first kiss in "Last Summer" may be her most excruciating to date.
VG247
5 hours ago
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Shadow of the Erdtree finally lifted the veil on one of Elden Ring's biggest mysteries, and it's properly mind-blowing

Elden Ring loves its mysteries.Strange gods, forbidden unions, an unknown vow between brothers that changes the fate of the world.
Business Insider
11 hours ago
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My boss tried to trick me into staying at a job I hated. I interviewed behind her back and landed my dream role.

I started working in media, and my first job was severely underpaid and isolating.I interviewed for other roles at the company, but my boss renegotiated my contract for another year.
www.berkeleyside.org
8 hours ago
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Remembering Debra Jean Crider with a letter from her sister

Debra Jean Crider of Berkeley, seen in a photo taken by her sister, Jody Rivera.
Credit: Jody Rivera Debra Jean Crider, loving mother and sister, went home on June 17, 2024.
Washington Post
11 hours ago
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Review | 'Dandelion' strums a slow, sweet tale of indie music dreams

One wants to give the benefit of the doubt to "Dandelion," a sweet, slight, impressionistic character study of a struggling musician with a luminous KiKi Layne at its center.
www.mercurynews.com
9 hours ago
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Review: National Anthem' is a lovely journey of exploration

By Krysta Fauria | Associated Press If Barbie (and Cormac McCarthy) taught us anything, it's that few symbols herald straight hypermasculinity quite like horses do.
The New Yorker
11 hours ago
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"Sing Sing" Puts a Prison Theatre Program in the Spotlight

The new prison movie "Sing Sing" begins with a glorious, if short-lived, escape.There are no secret tunnels, no stolen cellblock keys.
Business Insider
7 hours ago
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My wife and I are boomers with no kids. We moved to Paris for retirement and enjoy the food and cheap travel.

Former US Navy Seal Rick Jones and his wife retired to Paris in 2018.The 72-year-old said they were an adventurous couple not tied down by kids or other family in the US.
stupidDOPE
10 hours ago
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Hannah Harbour Meshes Polaroids With Surrealism | stupidDOPE

Texas-based photographer Hannah Harbour is reinvigorating the photography world with her spellbinding Polaroid emulsion lift technique.
time.com
19 hours ago
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Michal Herzog: We Cannot Give Up on the Women Abducted From Israel

July 11, 2024 10:00 PM EDT Herzog is an attorney, advocate for women's rights, and the First Lady of Israel At the nine-month mark since Hamas terrorists attacked Israel and abducted more than 200 people, among them life-loving young women snatched from a music festival, mothers taken from their beds, sisters and daughters ripped from the optimism and vitality of their youth and their lives, we must ask: What has happened to our humanity?
The Paris Review
1 day ago
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The Ringo Starr of the Haiku Pantheon - The Paris Review

If you attended school in the U.S. like I did, the first poem you wrote as a child was, more likely than not, some version of the Japanese haiku.
AnOther
1 day ago
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"My Subconscious Plays Out in My Garden": Inside Jamaica Kincaid's New Book

Lead Image Photography by Kenneth Noland
Runningshoesguru
1 day ago
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Asics METASPEED Sky Paris vs Asics METASPEED Edge Paris

METASPEED is Asics' collection of top racing shoes, for their Elite athletes and for any runner who wants the best shoes for competing.
www.esquire.com
1 day ago
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The Second Coming of the Sports Novel

In the beginning, it was just for boys.
Vulture
1 day ago
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Lev Grossman Takes His Time

By most metrics, the author Lev Grossman's life appeared to change irrevocably in 2009.
time.com
1 day ago
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What I Want My Kids to Know About Our Family's Dark History

On a cool rainy afternoon in May, one of my children sat down to the play the piano.
The Atlantic
1 day ago
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The Rootless Existence of the Modern-Day Nomad

A new novel captures the lives of a new class of people: those who are stateless by choice.
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As a field of study, anthropology is still relatively new.
www.theguardian.com
1 day ago
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Aminatou Sow and co settle burning pop culture debates

If you were a production company, which podcast would you fund?
Another series of a show that already had tons of followers?
Or a totally new one which may flop?
Hubspot
in 3 months
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This Writing Technique Turns Your Copy Into a "Mind Movie"

Welcome to Creator Columns, where we bring expert HubSpot Creator voices to the Blogs that inspire and help you grow better.
Alvinalexander
1 day ago
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Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj best books (for beginners)

If you're interested in Sri Nisargadatta Maharaj's best books, I share my opinions in this blog post.And just to confirm that I have bought the books I'm talking about, here's a photo of them:
Bustle
1 day ago
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What To Read When It's Too Hot To Do Anything Else

July is here and I don't know how the weather is where you all are spending your summer, but at least in New York, it is extremely hot.
www.theguardian.com
1 day ago
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I dared to leave my three young children and spend a month with strangers and it was blissful | Saima Mir

In May this year, I left my husband and three children to spend a month in Italy with a group of people I'd never met before.
It was the first time in my life I had ever done anything so self-centred.
Business Insider
22 hours ago
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My partner and I divorced after 19 years together. It wasn't the end of the world.

I was with my partner for 19 years when we suddenly got divorced.I am now working on rebuilding my life as a 40-year-old, independent person.
Conde Nast Traveler
1 day ago
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A Guide to Gay Paris

The best of the city's LGBTQ+ past and present, from literary legends, queer-owned restaurants, and DJ sets that go until the early morning.
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Ah, oui, gay Paris.
www.theguardian.com
1 day ago
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The Uptown Local by Cory Leadbeater review exploding the Joan Didion myth

I know too much about Joan Didion.
WhoWhatWear
1 day ago
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I Just Wore Multiple "French-Girl" Sneaker Outfits in Paris-These 4 Were My Best

It's quite rare that I take a trip without packing a pair of sneakers, no matter where I'm headed or what season it may be.
www.theguardian.com
1 day ago
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The History of Ideas by David Runciman review casting around

When is a book not a book?
When it's the book of a podcast.
Washingtonian - The website that Washington lives by.
1 day ago
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8 New Exhibits to View this Summer in DC

Take a break from the summer heat inside one of DC 's art museums and galleries.
Itsnicethat
1 day ago
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I'm not crying, you are! Anna-Laura Sullivan's adorable watercolour comics bring the joy

Anna-Laura Sullivan makes watercolour comics that are all about being human, but "ironically these are painted with little critters", she says.
www.npr.org
1 day ago
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To capture a parent's hidden story, practice patience and let the tears flow

In 2019, I published my first book, a migrant memoir called Here We Are.
Mom was a seamstress; Dad a shopkeeper.
San Francisco Bay Times
1 day ago
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Recommendations from Book Passage 7.11.24 - San Francisco Bay Times

Swift River (fiction- hardcover) by Essie Chambers
www.theguardian.com
1 day ago
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Shelley Duvall was a sublime and subversive screen presence | Peter Bradshaw

It was Shelley Duvall's destiny to become most widely known for a single film or maybe for a single poster image from it, shockingly and cartoonishly explicit.
Scary Mommy
1 day ago
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A Woman Is Warning Parents About Super Spicy Books Their Tween Might Bring Home

Parents typically don't want to discourage their kids from reading.Anytime I catch my kid with a book in their hand, I'm filled with a sense of pride.
Vulture
1 day ago
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The Discomforting Legacy of Wendy Torrance

It may sound perverse, possibly even stupid, to travel nearly 4,000 miles to watch a movie you've already seen dozens of times.
www.npr.org
1 day ago
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Nikki Giovanni doesn't think about her legacy. But here's a moment she felt proud

Nikki Giovanni takes part in a Q&A following a screening of the documentary Going To Mars: The Nikki Giovanni Project.
www.theguardian.com
1 day ago
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Five of the best novels about celebrity culture

Celebrities are strange.
We don't know much about them, and yet we feel as if we know everything.
They are constantly being watched and still somehow manage to stay hidden.
www.theguardian.com
1 day ago
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Mary and the Rabbit Dream by Noemi Kiss-Deaki review an 18th-century hoax

Growing up in Surrey I had heard of Mary Toft of Godalming, a poor woman who, in 1726, was seen to give birth to a quantity of rabbits.
www.independent.co.uk
1 day ago
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They fled from their home countries. Now, they'll compete in Paris for the Refugee Olympic Team

Jump to content News Sports Voices Culture Lifestyle Travel Premium News Olympics Paris 2024 Refugee Team Copyright 2024 The Associated Press.
All rights reserved.
www.mercurynews.com
1 day ago
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Buying art on a cruise ship could get you in deep water or not

I know you're going to make fun of me, so let's just get this over with.
I bought art on a cruise ship.
Okay, laugh.
Gallery owners and art appraisers will mock you for this, but you could do worse.
Bustle
1 day ago
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Is The Steamy Love Story In 'My Lady Jane' Historically Accurate?

Summer is heating up - and not because of the weather.Prime Video's historical fantasy series My Lady Jane has fans sweating over the romance between Lady Jane Grey and Lord Guildford Dudley.
Business Insider
1 day ago
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My parents were always athletic when I was growing up. They set me up for success in my adult fitness journey.

My parents taught me about the joys of sports and exercise; they also joined in on the fun.As an adult, I am still athletic, and I'm a yoga teacher; I thank my parents for that.
Vulture
1 day ago
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Shelley Duvall, Terrified Mom in The Shining, Dead at 75

Shelley Duvall, known for her roles as the terrified wife in The Shining and in a number of Robert Altman films, is dead at 75.
WhoWhatWearUK
1 day ago
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Daisy Edgar-Jones Is Taking Hollywood by Storm

Daisy Edgar-Jones is sitting across from me in the garden of the hip rooftop hotel she's staying at in downtown Los Angeles.She looks effortlessly chic, but she is trying to convince me otherwise.
www.theguardian.com
1 day ago
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Shelley Duvall, star of The Shining and Annie Hall, dies aged 75

Shelley Duvall: her 20 greatest films Shelley Duvall, the much-loved US character actor and star of films such as The Shining, Annie Hall and Popeye, has died shortly after her 75th birthday.
WhoWhatWear
1 day ago
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Daisy Edgar-Jones Is Taking Hollywood by Storm

Daisy Edgar-Jones is sitting across from me in the garden of the hip rooftop hotel she's staying at in downtown Los Angeles.She looks effortlessly chic, but she is trying to convince me otherwise.
www.theguardian.com
1 day ago
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I celebrate the human condition': Louis Stettner's real lives in pictures

A new monograph of the life's work of New York's Photo League photographer Louis Stettner reveals the range of subjects he explored over an 80-year period.
Boston.com
1 day ago
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A stinging portrait of just how badly the Kennedy men treated women

Maureen Callahan's "Ask Not" delivers damning details about the exploits of three generations of the storied family.
Consequence
1 day ago
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Shelley Duvall's 5 Best Movie Roles

From the moment that director Robert Altman discovered her for 1970's Brewster McCloud, Shelley Duvall was a singular presence in film and television.
The Ringer
1 day ago
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How Nicolas Cage Became Our Unlikely Scream King

It's scarcely an exaggeration to say horror is in Nicolas Cage's blood.
Document Journal
1 week ago
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Wedding veils, pan flutes, and the perfect day for a picnic

A deep dive into 'Picnic at Hanging Rock,' the 1975 cult film that inspired everyone from Chloë Sevigny to Alexander McQueen and redefined Australian cinema
Eater
1 day ago
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A Breakfast Ritual in My Blood

On a good morning, my routine looks like this.I rise at about 6 a.m. to feed Ramona and Chiquis, my beagle mix and trash kitty.
www.nytimes.com
1 day ago
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Shelley Duvall in The Shining': A Perfect Gothic Heroine Had a Deep Well of Strength

If Stanley Kubrick's The Shining was a twist on the centuries-old Gothic horror genre, there was no one better suited to play a modern Gothic heroine than Shelley Duvall.
Juxtapoz
4 days ago
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Juxtapoz Magazine - A Soft Touch: Mystic Reality & Cashmere Dreams with Adrian Schachter

I can attest to the magical properties of Adrian Schachter's work because I wear it on my body.
Queerty
1 day ago
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Carter The Body on being an exotic dancer, masc-presenting lesbian TV star & engaged to the love of her life - Queerty

Carter The Body is a former exotic dancer and masc-presenting lesbian covered in tattoos.
ReadWrite
1 day ago
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There's gaming merch, and then there is this Elden Ring book that costs over $1000

Gaming merch is big business.
stupidDOPE
1 day ago
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Katrina Jurjans Debuts at The Untitled Space | stupidDOPE

The Untitled Space in New York City proudly presents "hence living, hence magical," an inspiring solo exhibition by Toronto-based artist Katrina Jurjans.
www.npr.org
1 day ago
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Shelley Duvall, star of 'The Shining,' 'Popeye,' dies at 75

Shelley Duvall, the intrepid, Texas-born movie star whose wide-eyed, winsome presence was a mainstay in the films of Robert Altman and who co-starred in Stanley Kubrick's The Shining, has died.
www.theguardian.com
1 day ago
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There's nothing more excruciating than trying to talk to someone who isn't interested. And I should know | Adrian Chiles

There are few things worse than trying to engage in conversation someone who plainly does not want to talk to you.
www.nytimes.com
1 day ago
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The Painter of Revolution, on Both Sides of the Atlantic

Liberte, egalite and that third one, what is it again?
On July 14, 1789 (exactly 235 years ago this Sunday), some idealistic Parisians stormed a not especially crowded prison.
www.esquire.com
1 day ago
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The Napkin Project: Summer Vacation Edition

I've always seen airports as a window into other worlds, other lives, other stories, writes Chuck Tingle in our latest round of The Napkin Project.
www.theguardian.com
1 day ago
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Happy 75th birthday Shelley Duvall: her best films ranked!

Duvall has a few nice moments as a California housewife, but it's Christopher Lloyd as her husband who gets all the character development when they rent out their shed to Hulk Hogan as a burnt-out intergalactic superhero.
www.amny.com
1 day ago
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Champagne & Luxe: Post-brunch art salons at DTR Modern Gallery | amNewYork

Sign up for our amNewYork email newsletter to get news, updates, and local insights delivered straight to your inbox!
BuzzFeed
1 day ago
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17 Horrendous First Date Stories That Only Prove Dating Is An EXTREME Sport

3. "I was catfished (before the term was invented, we called it 'Myspace angled'). It was my literal first-ever date. I met this girl on Myspace who lived 30 minutes from me and was going to go to the same tiny college I was going to in the fall. We clicked and decided to meet. I showed up at her place with flowers and was nicely dressed. I was met by her parents and sibling at the door. The father was in the military and grilling me. I was nervous and felt awkward. After 10 minutes, she finally came downstairs. She is dressed like she is going to prom and is the same woman in the pics, just about 100 pounds heavier. She gave me a quick hug, and gave me a printed picture of her. Besides being 'Myspace angled' and feeling obliged to take her out, she proceeded to tell me how our future lives were going to go. We would be the 'it couple' on campus, and then we'd marry after graduation. Again, this was my first date."
iRunFar
1 day ago
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Max Romey and the Art of Running

Chances are good you've seen Max Romey's watercolor paintings and animations pop up over the past few years.
www.theguardian.com
1 day ago
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Cassandra Jenkins: My Light, My Destroyer review | Alexis Petridis's album of the week

It's fair to say that Cassandra Jenkins did not expect to achieve a minor commercial breakthrough with her 2021 album An Overview on Phenomenal Nature.
time.com
1 day ago
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Shelley Duvall, Star of The Shining and Nashville, Dies at 75

July 11, 2024 12:20 PM EDT Shelley Duvall, the intrepid, Texas-born movie star whose wide-eyed, winsome presence was a mainstay in the films of Robert Altman and who co-starred in Stanley Kubrick's The Shining, has died.
www.theguardian.com
1 day ago
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My father's role in investigating Aberfan and the sight he could never forget | Letter

Reading Gaynor Madgwick's experience of the Aberfan disaster of October 1966 brought back memories of my father sitting at our kitchen table crying after returning from Aberfan on the evening of the disaster (A noise like thunder then my classroom went black.
www.esquire.com
1 day ago
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The Napkin Project (Summer Vacation Edition): Charles Yu

Three of us were lying on a hot, flat, smooth rock.
The woman turns to the man and says I'm going in and slides into the water, like a seal.
The man asks her if it's cold.
So cold, comes the reply.
Vulture
1 day ago
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Who's the Grossest on The Boys This Week?

Every episode of , Prime Video's ultraviolent, savagely satirical superhero series, offers an abundance of gross moments.Some involve violence.Others involve sex.
Vulture
1 day ago
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Eric Bogosian Would Get Naked for Interview With the Vampire

Daniel Molloy is a fictional two-time Pulitzer Prize winner, bullshitometer, and sass-kitten, an aging journalist holding his own among monsters while conducting the titular Q&A at the heart of Interview With the Vampire.
Washington Post
1 day ago
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Butterflies at wedding moved bride to tears. Soon strangers were weeping too.

On the one-year anniversary of her father's death, a monarch butterfly landed on Amy Rose Perry.Since then, she has seen butterflies as a symbol of her late father.
BuzzFeed Community
1 day ago
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I Know What Kind Of Humor Your Soulmate Has - Write Your Meet-Cute To Find Out!

My love language is teasing.
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