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    1. Rent It William S. Burroughs In The Dreamachine: Dr. David Woodward and Jon Aes-Nihil present this maddening collection of images and sounds featuring the elder statesman of junkie letters. Woodward reintroduced Brion Gysin and Ian Sommerville' s '60s invention, the Dreamachine, to heavy heads in the 1990s. The Dreamachine stimulates brainwaves and produces hallucinogenic effects in users ...

    2. 'Inside Out': Cannes Review

      The Hollywood ReporterMay 18 07:16 AM

      The latest Pixar feature personifies the sensations of early adolescence as animated characters. read more

    3. Nearly 30 years ago, the Jesus and Mary Chain — a band of pop-eviscerating Scots led by brothers Jim and William Reid — emerged with Psychocandy , one of the most rightfully acclaimed debut albums in history.

    4. It was a homecoming of sorts for Gus Van Sant on April 30 when the director participated in a conversation following a special 35mm screening of "Drugstore Cowboy" at the Northwest Film Center in his hometown of Portland, Oregon. The 1989 film, which stars Matt Dillon and Kelly Lynch as junkie outlaws who rob drugstores, was partially shot in the area surrounding the Film Center. The screening ...

    5. The great Uruguayan author is best known for his 1971 anti-capitalist manifesto Open Veins of Latin America – a work he repudiated last year. (He calls the prose unreadable.) But his later “technique is difficult to precisely describe, but it is easy enough to read.

    6. “A spate of research published over the past couple of years reveals something surprising and new: measured amounts of dark-side traits, expressed at lower levels – too little to be considered a diagnosable personality disorder – open the doors of perception, helping us see the world through an edgier, more on-the-bias creative lens.”

    7. “The small, secular museum, which is dedicated to exploring the Bible’s influence on Western art, is a casualty of Manhattan’s astronomical rents. For the past decade, the museum had been renting space inside the American Bible Society (ABS) building near Lincoln Center for $1 a year.

    8. Scott Timberg: “[David] Simon’s show, and his point of view, clarifies the smoky, intensely sad scene better than anything else I know.” Thanks to Rifftides reader Marla Kleman for sending an alert to the posting of a film about one of the late pianist Frank Strazzeri’s loveliest… ...

    9. Robert William Burroughs, 63, of Fayetteville

      The Fayette CitizenMay 05 02:40 PM

      Robert William Burroughs, 63, of Fayetteville, Ga. passed away on May 3, 2015. He was born on April 18, 1952 in Old Hickory, Tenn. He was the regional sales manager of Georgia in the Equipment Division for Peoples United Bank, a member of GMTA of Georgia and a former member of SCTA. He was a graduate of the University of South Carolina. He is preceded in death by his mother, Jean Stewart ...

    10. George Hodgman, author of Bettyville : “You kind of have to face the fact if you write a memoir that you are a somewhat aggressive person, that you are appropriating lives, in a way, that aren’t yours.

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