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Catalina Wine Disaster

Last night was my school’s rugby teams’ Catalina Wine Mixer, based off of the end event in Step Brothers. Last year, I randomly made out with one of the players, so I figured I was due for another eventful night. 511 more words

Bar

Fractured - (a review)

Terror and Beauty

Let me start by explaining why I’m posting a review for an art exhibition you can no longer see. Fractured, artist Sam Peacock’s third UK solo show, ran at Curious Duke Gallery in London from 5th to 15th March 2015, a disappointingly short run for such a powerful set of pieces. 728 more words

Review

lornasmithers reblogged this on From Peneverdant and commented:

This is a reblog of River Stone's review (on Gods and Radicals) of the 'Fractured' exhibition by Sam Peacock at the Curious Duke Gallery in London. River says: 'Peacock’s works are subterranean imaginings of how the land may be changed when gallons of chemicals and water and sand are injected into the earth at high pressure to release natural gas... The works themselves are steel sheets layered with paint, plaster, wire and colour, blistered by fire. Each is named after a place in the UK which may become a fracking site.' There is a link to Curious Duke Gallery's website within the review whereby you can see the artworks, learn more about the sites and buy an artwork if you wish.

Fractured Ribs, Not Fractured Spirit

A few days ago, I discovered that I fractured two of my ribs. Since I am spending most of my week confined to bed rest, I decided to start a blog chronicling my drunken adventures. 98 more words

Drunk

FRACTURED BY TERI TERRY

I think I may have peed my pants. That is how excited I am about this series. Seriously guys. I mean it. I have finished Fractured and forgot how excited I was about Divergent. 688 more words

YA Fiction

Fractured: Parts Thirty Five and Thirty Six

I wish I didn’t have to relive this part of my story.

But it’s necessary.

It had been a month now since the city had burned. 1,409 more words

(RE)flective Spin

Fractured: Parts Thirty Two thru Thirty Four

“Thank Svael you’re safe!”

“What the heck is a Svael?” Volt called from the main computer.

“I don’t know, just sounded good.” Quetz said with a shrug. 2,676 more words

(RE)flective Spin

Fractured - (a review)

Terror and Beauty

Let me start by explaining why I’m posting a review for an art exhibition you can no longer see. Fractured, artist Sam Peacock’s third UK solo show, ran at Curious Duke Gallery in London from 5th to 15th March 2015, a disappointingly short run for such a powerful set of pieces. 728 more words

Review