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Cannes 2015 Entry #3 - The Divide

The paradox of this place is that everyone is searching for money and spending money they don’t have. Or rather, the .1% here has great yachts (probably not the filmmakers – the CEO of Dolce & Gabbana perhaps) and spends with all riches while the 12,000 filmmakers cobble on the sidewalks and plea for development money. 337 more words

Film Chatter

Living in New York...

As the seven week mark fast approaches and the idea of a vacation slowly fades and the reality of living in New York kicks in, it is funny how life becomes a similar routine. 550 more words

New York

(San Antonio was our) Home for the Holidays!

Christmas-time has always been a big deal to me.

I love everything about the holiday season- the decorations, the family-time, the food, the shopping, the sales, the soul-trampling crowds… ok, almost everything. 419 more words

San Antonio

The Majestic and the Image of the Hero

The Majestic outlines a score of culturally American icons such as quaint town life, the pursuit of happiness, and the unfaltering solidarity of the constitutional freedoms every American has. 627 more words

Karl Ove Knausgaard writes about Detroit in NYT Magazine travel essay



Originally published by Metro Times Detroit

Karl Ove Knausgaard, the Norwegian author who has become a literary sensation of sorts in recent years due to his six-volume autobiographical novel…

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Touring Detroit

9 Dive Bars that'll Give You a Sense of Place in Detroit

Originally published by VisitDetroit.com

Great dive bars in Detroit? I could fill a book. But since I probably only have your attention for the next 90 seconds or so, let me just share a few suggestions on some of the many, many best places in Detroit to commune with the locals and get a true sense of place.

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Downtown Detroit

Dead Man's Cell Phone

This Sunday Night
February 22nd • 3pm & 7pm
Dead Man’s Cell Phone by Sarah Ruhl, Director: Pat Kight. The play was awarded a Helen Hayes Award for Outstanding New Play in 2008. 113 more words

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