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From Boethius to...Batman? Book Review by Andreas

A Confederacy of Dunces by John Kennedy Toole

Let’s be honest, the world is in a pretty devastating state. It lacks the theology and geometry that it had before and has been suffering decline ever since, and those wiser than us know what is to blame: the imposition of the so called “Enlightenment”. 467 more words


A Grand Time was had at the Rapids

We’re here again at the time in the playhouse season where I struggle with what to say about a show. This is simply because I don’t really enjoy a farce. 251 more words

Theatre Is The Voice

[..] Comedy is a Serious Business

Although I mentioned him in a list of TV memories, I have to mention the sad death of Brian RixBrian Norman Roger Rix, Baron Rix, … 148 more words


How does the economical economist economize?

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Breathe, girl, breathe.

Sometimes I forget to stop holding my breath. I’ve dived, touched the bottom and resurfaced, but have yet to tip my head back and fill my lungs with life. 624 more words


Raising Arizona (1987)

“Sometimes it’s a hard world for small things.”

I think that Ethan and Joel Coen are two of the greatest living filmmakers. The way these guys can take a genre, and they’ve hit quite a few of them, and twist it in some way for some curveball effect is really impressive. 785 more words