- Salon.comNov 19 09:19 AM
Soon you'll be able to see where the faces you like work and went to school before you make a match
- The Christian Science MonitorNov 05 06:23 AM
The reflections of Roberto Calasso, head of Milan publishing house Adelphi Edizioni, show deep erudition and critical acuity.
Gabriel Stonehouse’s New Book “Summer Revelations” is a Seductive Read, Full of Passion and IntriguePRWebOct 31 12:21 AM
Recent release “Summer Revelations” from author Gabriel Stonehouse is a riveting exploration of sexual dissatisfactions in a mid-life episode. (PRWeb October 31, 2015) Read the full story at http://www.prweb.com/releases/2015/10/prweb13053161.htm
- Salon.comNov 12 03:38 PM
Breakups are the worst, right? Here are the neurochemical, physical and psychological reasons why
- The GuardianNov 19 07:30 AM
Sex is the main star of Gaspar Noé’s tragic love-triangle drama – in all its fleshy, messy, dreamlike, 3D glory Gaspar Noé’s Love is a fantastically doomy, porny melodrama of erotic despair, and all in super-strength 3D. There’s an erect penis that makes you want to duck when its owner swings round, like Eric Sykes’s plank , a womb’s-eye view of it thrusting towards the camera in a plush-red ...
- Stanford ReportNov 04 02:13 PM
A member of the prestigious Académie Française, René Girard was called "the new Darwin of the human sciences." His many books offered a bold, sweeping vision of human nature, human history and human destiny. He died Nov. 4 at 91.
- Sun StarNov 02 09:48 AM
AS we spend time communing with our dead during this annual season of remembering our dearly departed, it affords us the occasion to contemplate once more on the meaning of life and death. Where does life reside? Is it dependent on the purely biological aspect of existence such that when the organism finally ceases to function anatomically then we also stop from existing? Or does our existence ...
- BlacknetNov 03 08:21 AM
Martin Munro, Winthrop-King Professor of French at Florida State University, is editor of Edwidge Danticat: A Reader (Virginia) and author of Different Drummers: Rhythm and Race in the Americas. His latest book, Tropical Apocalypse argues that since the earliest days of European colonization, Caribbean – and particularly Haitian – history… The post Tropical Apocalypse: Haiti and the Caribbean ...
- SpinNov 14 07:51 AM
When the Berlin Wall came down (a misnomer — it opened at Checkpoint Charlie on November 9, 1989, and people streamed through, but it was a lot longer before it actually came down…) Celia Farber called me and said we had to send her, that this was a revolution, the end of Communism, the end of …
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