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    1. Little to love about Loving Repeating

      The PhoenixAug 01 06:17 AM

      Gertrude Stein was an early 20th century poet, novelist and art collector. Acclaimed for her pro-feminist views, which were uncommon during the time, Stein was a pioneer for women in both political and artistic fields. Yet surprisingly, Kokandy Productions’ Loving Repeating shows only a fraction of Stein’s talent in a bizarre musical format. Rather than […]

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    3. Katy Perry Is a Modern Day Gertrude Stein

      The New York ObserverJul 22 04:31 PM

      Katy Perry wrote a grammatically confusing sentence on Twitter which had many who read it furrowing their brows in confusion.

    4. Alice B. Toklas truly stirred the pot when she included a recipe for hashish fudge in her memoir-cum-cookbook. She published The Alice B. Toklas Cookbook in 1954, following the death of her lifelong... -- Read more on ScientificAmerican.com

    5. Out of the hundreds of historical statues in all of New York City, only a handful are portrayals of real women . In case you are wondering if you clicked on an article from a hundred years ago, no, you haven't, it is 2015. Joan of Arc was the first, and the others are Eleanor Roosevelt, Gertrude Stein, Golda Meir, and Harriet Tubman. [ more › ]

    6. The pioneering digital media site can recover from the latest scandal with its signature ‘snark’ and talented staff. But financial woes, the $100m Hulk Hogan lawsuit and the philosophical tug-of-war within the company may be its undoing There’s no doubt that Gawker has had an outsized influence on modern media. In 2013, the New Yorker’s Alice Gregory wrote : “There may be no more direct metric ...

    7. Discovering Rome with the help of American ex-pats

      Smoky Mountain NewsJul 22 09:24 AM

      When we think of American writers living and working overseas, most of us turn to those authors who lived in Paris.

    8. Debunking 3 Charter School Myths

      U.S.News & World Report via Yahoo! NewsJul 28 06:00 AM

      In cities across the country, charter schools make up a significant portion of the school system. To date, much of the prominent research on charter schools has been devoted to trying to determine if charter schools outperform traditional public schools. Charter schools exist in a political context, so backers have had to prove that their schools can do as well or better than traditional public...

    9. The secrets of CellarDoor: From brothel to bar

      ABC 26 New OrleansJul 14 03:44 PM

      NEW ORLEANS (WGNO) – CellarDoor is celebrating its one year anniversary! It’s a speak-easy kind of place in the Central Business District, in one of the city’s oldest buildings.

    10. Namwali Serpell promised to split the award's winnings with her fellow nominees. For the Zambian writer, it's one step toward changing the structure of the prestigious prize for African authors.

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