The life of Salman Rushdie is one worth engraving in a novel. The acclaimed author is a staunch “reasonablist” who has made a living by weaving magical elements into the world with which we are familiar in a way that highlights some of the absurdities of it. 728 more words
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Wednesday, November 9th was a day my friend Andrew and I needed to get away. Still feeling the aftershock of the previous night’s seismic events, we agreed that we needed to find respite from the chaos seeping through every channel of America. 686 more words
The speaker Ari Gold is amongst one of the best talent agents. He is represented as a power hungry character that wants to rule Hollywood. The speaker has a high sense of entitlement and he speaks eloquently. 1,303 more words
What is most striking about Marvel’s newest installment to its parallel universe, Luke Cage, is not the title character’s mega strength or invincible skin, but rather the show’s ability to address sensitive political and social issues. 735 more words
Trieste-based performance artist Nina Alexopoulou reports from the 3rd Venice International Performance Art Week. Additional text and editing by Kiriakos Spirou.
With its third edition that took place in December 2016, the biannual Venice International Performance Art Week continued and concluded its exploration on the theme of the body, presenting works from over 80 international artists under the umbrella title Fragile Body – Material Body. 1,013 more words