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Oscars 2015

If the measure of a serious film is the amount of moral debate it triggers, then American Sniper should have won the Oscar hands-down. 784 more words

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OCTAGON COURT - Sheltering Sky (OFFICIAL VIDEO HD)

London duo Octagon Court have premiered their new video The Sheltering Skyon God Is In The TV today. The video is directed by Myles Painter (Dazed’s ‘Emerging Artist’ 2012) and is taken from the duo’s debut EP, released on Monday 19th May. 92 more words

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OCTAGON COURT - Sheltering Sky (OFFICIAL VIDEO HD)

Off the forthcoming “OCTAGON COURT EP”, Released May 19th, 2014
Director: Myles Painter

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{Shannon & Mike} - {Banjos, Bow Ties, and Bliss}

There is so much to say about this wedding I do not know where to start!

How about how Shannon and Mike met?  Yes!  It is so simply and so lovely.   307 more words

EXPAT WRITERS IN TANGIERS- WILLIAM BURROUGHS AND JACK KEROUAC AND THE MURDER THAT HELPED SHAPE THE BEAT MOVEMENT

Expat Writers in Tangier

From 1923 to 1956 Tangier was an International Zone, governed separately from the rest of Morocco by a loose collection of foreign governments.

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Paul Bowles: Once a Lady Was Here (1946)


Musical Authors: Paul Bowles (2)
Essentially a miniaturist in both music and literature, Paul Bowles’s most lasting work is likely to be his sixty-odd short stories, described in a recent collected edition as “orchestral in composition and exacting in theme”. 372 more words

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Paul Bowles: Concerto for Two Pianos (1947)

Musical Authors: Paul Bowles (1)
The artistic reputation of Paul Bowles (1910-1999) rests on his four novels, his many short stories and various autobiographical writings, most of them written during the fifty years he spent as an expatriate in Tangier, Morocco. 421 more words

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