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  • The 100 Coolest Works of Architecture in the World

    Coolest Works Architecture World

    Source : businessinsider by Will HeilpernandChloe Pantazi The world has so many incredible buildings that it can be hard to know which are truly above the... Read more

    The 03 October 2017 by   Planet Fotorimo
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  • I Read It in a Book’: Having Your Own Personal Reference Library (Part One)

    Read Book’: Having Your Personal Reference Library (Part One)

    The “Story” of My LifeBooks! We have books!Many people have asked me how I acquired my knowledge of opera, theater, film, history, pop music, and the like. Read more

    The 01 October 2017 by   Josmar16
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  • Review: The Toad Knew (Compagnie Du Hanneton)

    Review: Toad Knew (Compagnie Hanneton)

    As baffling as it is beautiful Review by Catey Sullivan For the opening of The Yard - Chicago Shakespeare's magnificently flexible new space on Navy Pier -... Read more

    The 21 September 2017 by   Chicagotheaterbeat
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  • Salt Houses by Hala Alyan -Feature and Review

    Salt Houses Hala Alyan -Feature Review

    ABOUT THE AUTHOR:From a dazzling new literary voice, a debut novel about a Palestinian family caught between present and past, between displacement and home. Read more

    The 21 September 2017 by   Gpangel
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  • The Other Mrs Walker – Mary Paulson-Ellis

    Other Walker Mary Paulson-Ellis

    Historical Fiction5*s It’s lovely to read a book that offers up something fresh and Mary Paulson Ellis resoundingly met that brief for me with this tale that... Read more

    The 08 September 2017 by   Cleopatralovesbooks
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  • It (2017) – Review

    (2017) Review

    New rendition of Stephen King's 1986 novel, It, scrutinizes half of the 1000-something-page story into an effective two-hour thrilling ride with occasional... Read more

    The 07 September 2017 by   Paskalis Damar
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  • Another Day, Another Disgrace

    Another Day, Disgrace

    Trump has killed the DACA program — “Deferred Action for Childhood Arrivals” — allowing people brought to America before age 16 to stay.Most of these 800,000 ar... Read more

    The 07 September 2017 by   Fsrcoin
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  • 1981: My Summer with NASA

    1981: Summer with NASA

    Something I painted when I was, oh, nine or ten. See that meteor streaking at the upper right? My teacher, Glenn Brought painted that. How do I know? The brush... Read more

    The 07 September 2017 by   Bbenzon
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  • Mars Met Venus: Part Cowo (2017): A Chicken Noodle Parable at Best

    Mars Venus: Part Cowo (2017): Chicken Noodle Parable Best

    Review: In Mars Met Venus: Part Cowo, a boy and a girl in a relationship is analogized as water and oil that naturally cannot mix. However, both can somehow... Read more

    The 05 August 2017 by   Paskalis Damar
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  • There is Water Under Ground

    There Water Under Ground

    The importance of Remaining in Light. by Paul J. Pelkonen The Benin-born singer Angelique Kidjo performed Remain in Lightby the Talking Heads at Lincoln Center... Read more

    The 04 August 2017 by   Superconductor
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