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Vitra campus

Hace algunos días tuve la oportunidad de visitar el centro de producción y museo de Vitra, la marca de mobiliario más grande entre las grandes, con muchos años de trayectoria y objetos en su portafolio. 523 more words

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What Are Five Landmarks To Visit In Odessa

In Odessa, Ukraine, there are a bunch of different landmarks to visit, but these are five landmarks one must see to get more out of the culture and heritage of Odessa. 170 more words


When Does Lent Start & End?

Lent is almost here, so all you good Christians better get ready.

For those of you that don’t know, Lent is a season of forty days (not counting Sundays) which begins on Ash Wednesday and ends on Holy Saturday. 95 more words

Between the Pages | February

The Circle by Dave Eggers

I love reading books before the movie adaption comes out. Yes, I’m often guilty of saying, “Well, the book was SO much better.” But to be real, I never expect a movie to include every detail of a novel. 819 more words


Books of The Times: Review: In ‘Exit West,’ Mohsin Hamid Mixes Global Trouble With a Bit of Magic

When their country descends into civil war, two migrants find an enchanting way out of their besieged city.

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Ian Bagley

San Francisco Symphony Replaces Canceled N. Carolina Concerts With a Pride Benefit

Michael Tilson Thomas, the orchestra’s music director, is planning a gala concert to highlight the musical contributions of lesbian and gay composers.

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Ian Bagley

Jimmy Kimmel Makes Fun of Names and the Criticism Is Immediate

The Oscar host tried to find humor in the name of the best supporting actor winner, Mahershala Ali, as well as the tourists he brought into the ceremony. 8 more words

Ian Bagley