I may not have travelled the world, but I’ve travelled enough to meet a lot of people. They are a strange bunch, backpackers, all lofty ideals and flighty minds. 1,000 more words
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Mornings came early. We reluctantly emerged from our sleeping bags, quickly trying to replicate their warmth by pulling on jackets and hats. Then, unzipping the tent and brushing against the dew, we emerged into the chilly Siberian day, still a shadowy grey under the trees. 901 more words
Originally published at http://www.newrepublic.com/article/118306/kremlin-trying-erase-memories-gulag.
The word gulag sends shivers down the spine of anyone unfortunate enough to have lived under Stalinist terror. 241 more words
Please note that we normally only post two interviews per month. This interview, however, was included because it was such a special event. Princess Fumi Hancock is a groundbreaking media figure with a new novel, a movie and a talk show. 2,424 more words
A departure from her former record, floor busting Pop smash “Siberia” (2011), LIGHTS surges to life on her fourth LP “Little Machines”.
The Toronto based singer songwriter traded in her dubstep Chucks for a lighter, sleeker electronic sound evident by the creeping album opener, “Portal”. 352 more words