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The Male Confessional Essay Takes Flight in Charles D'Ambrosio's 'Loitering'

The New York Times “Bookends” column asked in September whether this is a “golden age for women essayists,” as some of the most talked-about nonfiction releases of the year — Roxane Gay’s… 837 more words

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A list of things that were said to me in real life

“Stop Loitering” – business owner

“Brooks, what do you think? Brooks, here, always has something to say.” – college professor

“I want somebody who will do all the things for me a wife would do – cook, clean, manage my finances – without having to marry her… Brooke, will you be that person for me?” – well-meaning friend… 179 more words

Writings

10 Must-Read Books For November

Is it a drizzly November in your soul? Don’t worry, we feel it, too. Thankfully, November is a pretty great month for books — and especially, as it turns out, for books of essays. 758 more words

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Why Dressing Up For Halloween Is Illegal In Alabama, Plus Last-Minute Halloween Costume Ideas

This is one of those weird laws in the State of Alabama, and if you dress up for Halloween, you might be breaking the law!  In Alabama, there is a law in the Alabama Code 13A-11-9, under “Loitering”, that will surprise you!   151 more words

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VIDEO: NYPD cops arrest musician for singing on subway platform

BROOKLYN (PIX11) — A subway performer was arrested early Friday even after an officer read his rights to be there, video of the incident shows. 277 more words

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