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Florence Montmare's "Illuinations" Exhibition

Illuminating the Slow Death of Love
Florence Montmare

We hurry you to visit Montmare’s exhibition at The Roger Smith Hotel in New York. It’s the last 18 days you’ll have to go there and marvel in the presence of such an experience. 280 more words

International Photographer

Runnymede blues

An epidemic of back-slapping spreads as the 800th anniversary of Magna Carta –  sealed at Runnymede, England on 19 June 1215 – draws closer. This Grand Charter emasculated the divine right of kings and produced “Britain’s greatest export, liberty and the rule of law”. 921 more words

"...wait for me"

You know… I never answered that question you asked me a while ago, did I?

You had asked: if you were human instead of an android, would you and I have fallen in love?

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quand le roman noire sort de l'ombre

The African novel is leaving the shadows and takes it rightful place in the world of literature. This what it is about in this article… 23 more words


Classic Hollywood Birthdays

Jules Dassin, director (1911-2008)
In celebration of Jules Dassin’s birthday today, TCM will spend part of the day featuring several of his films:
The Affairs of Martha… 69 more words

Classic Hollywood Birthdays

When the Walls Come Tumblin' Down*

There are certain ‘watershed’ moments in time that change everything. They force a sort of paradigm shift that’s thrilling and exhilarating, but at the same time can be nerve-wracking. 1,439 more words


Across the Rhine: The Remagen Bridge in Color

On March 7, 1945, Combat Command B of the 9th Armored Division reached the west bank of the Rhine River across from the German city of Remagen. 910 more words

World War II In Europe