- The Hollywood ReporterMay 13 05:53 AM
Actress-director Emmanuelle Bercot kicks off Cannes with a drama co-starring Catherine Deneuve read more
- ScienceBlogsApr 25 08:06 AM
“The voyage of discovery is not in seeking new landscapes but in having new eyes.” -Marcel Proust As another fine week comes to a close at Starts With A Bang, let’s take a look back at all the topics we’ve taken on: Where did light first come from? (for Ask Ethan), Zooming into a fractal (for our Weekend Diversion),…
- Washington PostApr 26 07:36 AM
In this volume, 18-year-old Karl Ove tries to find romance that lasts longer than 10 seconds.
- Valley NewsMay 22 09:17 PM
An editorial could some day be authored by a computer, but not yet.
- Chicago TribuneMay 18 06:19 PM
I once heard that when a gazelle is trapped in the jaws of a lion, its brain releases chemicals that cause it to stop struggling. It becomes tranquil, maybe even cheery, as it hastens toward its end.
- KERA North TexasApr 29 01:24 PM
It seems like there's always some writer you're supposed to be reading. These days, it's Karl Ove Knausgaard, the 46-year-old Norwegian whose six-volume, 3,600-page autobiographical novel, My Struggle , has become a literary sensation. Over the past couple of years, I haven't been able to go to a social gathering without someone asking what I thought of his work.
- AFP Relax News via Yahoo! NewsApr 24 08:22 AM
An auction of items retracing the life of designer Jean Patou (1887-1936) will take place at the Hôtel Drouot in Paris on May 22, organized by auction house Pierre Bergé & Associates. The auction was entrusted to Pierre Bergé & Associates by the designer's heirs. There will be more in the spotlight at this auction than Jean Patou's work in couture and perfume. His passion for literature, and ...
- PlaybillMay 13 09:11 PM
The musical features book and lyrics by Barry Singer. Duke is the late composer whose enduring songs include "Autumn in New York," "April in Paris," "I Can't Get Started" and "Taking a Chance on Love."
- Straits TimesMay 06 08:09 AM
May 06, 2015 10:35 PM SINGAPORE - The public will now be able to borrow from the National Library Board's (NLB) collection of more than 1,000 French books, previously available for reference only.
- The AgeApr 29 07:06 PM
This Sunday, much of the male world will pause to either acknowledge, observe or consciously abstain from the spectacle of the "fight of the century". Why?
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