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    1. HBO's noir drama relocates from Carcosa to California, losing some strengths and keeping its weaknesses.

    2. Review: The fetish fables of 'The Little Death' score

      Associated Press via Yahoo! NewsJun 23 05:06 PM

      I come to praise the portmanteau.

    3. Film Review: The fetish fables of Josh Lawson's 'The Little Death' score

      The Canadian Press via Yahoo Canada NewsJun 23 03:57 PM

      As a storytelling tradition, it stretches back beyond "The Canterbury Tales," and runs through "Pulp Fiction." The latest is "The Little Death," an Australian series of sex fetish fables. The portmanteau is often good fun because it's happily free of conventional structure. Many great directors have tried their hand in them, from Francis Ford Coppola ("New York Stories") to Robert Altman ("Short...

    4. I come to praise the portmanteau.

    5. One of the biggest debates surrounding the new music economy centers around the idea that “music has no inherent value.” It’s the kind of assertion that lead Steve Albini to proclaim recently that “copyright has expired.” It is the undercurrent that fuels a lot of the math surrounding what a stream should be worth.

    6. The Sunlit Night

      Book ReporterJun 19 11:50 AM

      Pictured neatly in the far north near the Norwegian Sea, a midnight sun shines down. It can last for weeks, or for hours, turning the horizon a beautiful mix of colors.

    7. Free Will Astrology

      East Bay ExpressJun 23 06:08 PM

      Horoscopes for the week of June 25­–July 1, 2015. by Rob Brezsny Aries (March 21–April 19): During my regular hikes along my favorite trails, I've gotten to know the local boulders quite intimately. It might sound strange, but I've come to love them.… [ Read more ] [ Subscribe to the comments on this story ]

    8. Story of My Life

      The New YorkerJun 14 09:21 PM

      People kept mentioning his name, but I was slow to encounter the Chilean writer Alejandro Zambra. I hadn’t read anything by him before opening his new story collection, “My Documents” (McSweeney’s). The title story is immediately captivating; it bolts straight out of the book, running at the reader in gusts of life and joy. Though the narrator and the author may not be identical, the wonderful ...

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