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    1. Kevin Roderick: In his new memoir about surfing, the New Yorker staff writer remembers the hot and dry, white, inland place that spawned him. We help him a little with the origin story of Tarzana.

    2. Even in an artistic life of oddity, irony, apparent contradictions and self-aware consistency, it still comes as a surprise that David Bowie left London – the city of his birth and where Ziggy Stardust fell to Earth – more than 40 years ago.

    3. Gonzo Gallery returns to Aspen

      The Aspen TimesJul 23 11:35 PM

      D.J. Watkins arranges prints in preparation for the Gonzo gallery opening. A 100-piece art exhibition focusing on writer Hunter S. Thompson’s 1970 campaign for Pitkin County sheriff will open the resurrected and relocated Gonzo Gallery this weekend.

    4. The ceremony can be viewed online at ua.edu/commencement/, for 30 days. Graduates include: Bachelor degree Alabama Alabaster: Myranda J. Gaddis, April Brittany Nicole Hyde, Leacroft Anthony McKay Jr., Alexis S. Sailes. Albertville: William Garrett Barham, Caleb J. Brown. Alexander City: Secorria J. Spivey. Altoona: Abigail C. Anderson. Anniston: Philip C. Burgess, Heather Nicole Easterling ...

    5. It’s been just under a year since I last interviewed comics writer Ales Kot, but the shaven-headed Czech seems noticeably more mature now. He’s still one of the comics industry’s most-buzzed-about young guns, but rather than raving about the revelatory power of hallucinogens, he’s more into discussing prison reform. He’s ... More »

    6. Charles Plymell (Charley to those who know him, Charlie to those who don’t) has been an outsider for decades, self-declared and otherwise, railing against everything that smacks of the inside — especially the arbiters of government arts grants, who have unfailingly overlooked him, even against his old friend Allen Ginsberg, whom he relentlessly excoriates for having become an insider.

    7. 28 Of The Best "Clueless" Moments You Missed

      Fast Company MagazineJul 18 07:05 PM

      The classic teen comedy turns 20 this week. Let's celebrate with total obsession. Get ready to feel old in the best kind of way: Writer and director Amy Heckerling's seminal teen rom-com Clueless turns 20 this week—and time has done nothing to diminish the film's staying power. (Or entertainment value, as Cher Horowitz might put it.) Read Full Story

    8. From a classic Talking Heads documentary to an all flowers art exhibit, what to do in New York's art world this weekend.

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      San Diego ReaderJul 23 06:09 PM

      Veronica by Mary Gaitskill. Pantheon Books, 2005; $23; 227 pages. The new novel from the author of Bad Behavior and Two Girls Fat and Thin , Veronica is about flesh and spirit, vanity, mortality, and mortal affection.

    10. 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

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