How to Be French Without Doing Anything About It
Illustrator of the Century
Carla Maria Verdino-Süllwold
Ten years in the making,Jeff Bezos and The WashingtonPost get big points for offering this news worthy film.
Karren LaLonde Alenier
INTELLECTUAL DARK WEBIn the 19th century, black bodies swung from trees and unemployed workers starved in their homes as the threatened beat back the threat. Our current Dark Web denizens
employ ridicule, shaming, lying and crocodile tears as their enforcers.Michael Bettencourt
AFTER MIDNIGHTHow could you possibly love someone else’s life more than your own? The open
heart of your own life lying in someone else’s hands, helpless, beating, unafraid. How is that possible?Arthur Meiselman
ALCHEMYJet-lagged haze trying to remember details as they slip away from me, memories of two weeks with 75% strangers, these people whose names I didn't know even as I begin to recognize the faces. Claudine Jones
A TEACHER PREPARES: Part ThreeOne of the great advantages of being a touring actor was the amount of time one had to read. The only disadvantage in those pre-tablet days is
that the reader had to transport all that lumber. Nathan Thomas
MUSIC EPIPHANIES - Part 3: “I Know You Rider”In the haunting melody and melancholy harmonies I suddenly
understood The Grateful Dead, their massively ambitious agenda, their aesthetic mission, their deeply American musical philosophy. Patrick Walsh
DEATH OF A TEENAGE IDOL Teenage idols come and go. Some grow up, some don’t. Some take ambulance trips to Cedar Sinai with paparazzi in tow. Les Marcott
YOUNG MEN AND HORSES
The RiderLean On Pete
When we think of Western heroesBrady Jandreau and Lane Scottshould be ranked among them.
Miles David Moore
Like breathing, I work at my own pace without any tension
Janine Yasovantคลิกเพื่ออ่านบทความนี้ เป็นภาษาไทย
OLD FART VILLAGE
Bob, the Great White Squirrel Hunter
GODDESS IN EXILEContinued
A fictionalized account of the brief life of Cuban artist Ana Mendieta that deals with themes of wife murder, the natural versus the man-made world and the mythic feminine.
PAREIDOLIA & APOPHENIA
Have you ever seen BBQ Becky's face on a piece of toast, or a vision of Elvis in your tea leaves?
The Photography of Jon Rendell
BIRDS, BUTTERFLY AND SUN
The Art of David Wiley
ON THE HOOK
“Packaged Instructions: The Instant Story (Part 3).” I should confess that I never did have any ingredients for an instant short story—except the ones I’ve been talking about. Harriet Halliday Renaud
INTERVIEW WITH A FARM REFRIGERATOROnce in a while they make me keep something called Kombucha, that makes everybody on my shelves moan and shiver a little. Things that are partially fermented always make a stir around here. I get other peculiar guests. They come and go.
UNDRESS ME Michael BettencourtIn a bar, Laura turns to Stefan and asks him to undressher by word of mouth, in his best mother tongue.
THE GREED GENE Michael BettencourtA young couple is told by their genetic counselor, the "genie of genes"that their child has the greed gene, and there is nothing they can do.
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