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Central American gangs cash in from extortion

Guatemalan crooks net $61 million annually

Contributing to the exodus from the Northern Triangle to the U.S. border, gangs and copycat criminals are shaking down Central American businessmen for hundreds of millions of dollars a year. 201 more words

Columns, Essays, & Pure Opinion

Phineas Fahrquar reblogged this on Public Secrets and commented:

Part of the reason we're seeing this sudden influx of minors at the border.

London Theater Review: Gillian Anderson, Ben Foster in 'A Streetcar Named Desire'

Two trajectories determine Benedict Andrews’ in-the-round production of “A Streetcar Named Desire”: the tragic arc of Gillian Anderson’s remarkably vivid Blanche, and that of the near-permanently revolving set. 725 more words

Reviews

Clara Bow as You've Never Seen Her or Hollywood Gets a Makeover

This modern treatment of a Clara Bow photograph was inspired, like The Gloria Swanson Tattoo and The Louise Brooks Tattoo, by Edward Steichen‘s  150 more words

Art & Design

First Night Design reblogged this on First Night Design and commented:

One from the archives to celebrate the anniversary of Clara Bow's birth on this day in 1905.

Makeupartistas by Kassi

Hello guys and thank you for stopping by,

This blog has now changed address and you can find it under:  www.makeupartistas.com  

Please stay in touch: 22 more words

Reblogs

Ten Things I Hate Most About...Summer!

I’m doing this in reverse order, just like they do when announcing Miss World or Mr Universe (if they still exist?)

“And the winner is…” 1,412 more words

Everyday Life

Ronovan reblogged this on ronovanwrites and commented:

What better way to announce my next Blogger Interview than to give you a taste of him? So have a taste of Hugh's Views & News and his thoughts on Summer and BBQ. Pass me the ribs and sausages.

What book have you read multiple times? Features Ender's Game

So I recently threw out the question, “What book have you read multiple time and keep going back to and why?” http://wp.me/p2Eu3u-5zp

Author Charles E Yallowitz chose Ender’s Game by Orson Scott Card. 144 more words

Books

barbtaub reblogged this on Barb Taub and commented:

Thought-provoking question from the ever-challenging Rosie Amber. What is your go-to re-read? For years I didn't head out without the increasingly tattered copy of GOOD OMENS (Terry Pratchett & Neil Gaiman), now thankfully digital. Excellent desert island stuff!