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David Foster Wallace: Sunday Times Books

LISTEN HERE: http://www.thesundaytimes.co.uk/sto/public/audible/article1485465.ece

David Foster Wallace changed my life. Consider the Lobster was just the first book with which he did that. These incredible essays are a lesson in how good journalism can be, and each time I read them I feel the same surge of excitement. 174 more words


Out Of Order 8 At 8: Little Big Town Yet Again Number 1 Tonight!

Little Big Town is most requested yet again tonight on US99.5! Add the song you want in the comments below to get your favorite song on the US99.5 Out of Order 8 at 8 tomorrow! 47 more words


Totally Pointless. The Youtubers. Sunday Times Magazine feature

Alfie and Joe are messing around. They’ve taken a stack of tin cans, removed the labels, and now they’re daring each other to eat the unknown contents at random by picking numbers out of a bowl. 314 more words


NERD NEWS: Kerry Washington Books ‘Suicide Squad’ Movie For DC Comics?

Kerry Washington may be bringing her commanding presence to the DC Universe!

We just cannot get enough of how Kerry pretty much runs Washington D.C. as Olivia Pope on “Scandal,” and that role may have put her right in line for action-packed new gig! 245 more words


Make Mine A Becks. David Beckham Interview. Sunday Times Style.

And then he kissed me. His bristles were tickly sharp on my cheek, his body warm. He smelt amazing: a rich woody musk. And I thought: “I have reached the zenith of my career, and life. 445 more words


Safely Surrender law saves lives

Published Nov. 26, 2014

Josiah Patterson | Special to Viewpoints

Defenseless, abandoned, and innocent, yet left to die.

That was the fate of little Yachaziel, a newborn girl left on a conveyor belt at the Advance Disposal facility in Hesperia on Oct. 981 more words


Dynamo - Now That's Magic. (Sunday Times Magazine feature)

A gaggle of tourists near Big Ben starts pointing. Small groups form on Westminster Bridge as passersby stop to see what’s causing the commotion. Before long, the crowd has thickened so much that people are hustling to find a space; they spill into the road from the pavement, their hands clasped over their mouths, their eyes cartoonishly bulging. 719 more words