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London & Paris based New Yorker, GenX writer, photographer, Cold War survivor, gourmand
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By the Silent Line: Photographer Pierre Folk Spent Years Documenting a V...
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The Chemin de fer de Petite Ceinture (French for "little belt railway") was a 32 km railway that encirled Paris, connecting all the major ra

La pharma mise sur le e-marketing
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Les dépenses de marketing via les canaux digitaux ont augmenté de 65% aux États-Unis et de 40% dans les cinq grands pays européens en 2012,

Whoa! The Best Video You'll Find of Venus Traversing the Sun
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The ;Solar Dynamics Observatory's crisp images capture the rare event in stunning detail. ;

Narrative impulse. As Strong as a General
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La cellule de moi-même emplit d’étonnement La muraille peinte à la chaux de mon secret. Pierre Jean Jouve, Les Noces, 1925-1931 An abandoned

Eggplant Casserole Recipes
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Try new ways of preparing eggplant with eggplant casserole recipes and more from the expert chefs at Food Network.

God Save the Queen—I Mean it, Man
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If, like me, you’ve been guiltily following the Queen of England’s Diamond Jubilee celebrations on the BBC Web site, you will have enjoyed M

L'infini en question. Massimo Listri's perspective
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When asked about his distinctive manner and technique, Massimo Listri reveals that it is purely a question of sensibility. "Intuition is som

Big Pharma is in big trouble – or at least it should be
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DR ROBERT LEFEVER: Two pharmaceutical giants – GlaxoSmithKline and Roche - have serious questions to answer as a result of investigations by

What I discovered in Munch's Oslo | Tate
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Nicholas Cullinan, Curator, talks about the Munch exhibition at Tate Modern

In the Snow with Martin Parr
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For the winter holiday, here is a selection of pictures by Martin Parr, master of the leisure-class photograph—from indoor skiing in Dubai t

The Birth of Gravity. Yuriko Takagi's Dialogue with the Earth
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“It was less like seeing than like being for the first time seen, knocked breathless by a powerful glance.” Annie Dillard, Pilgrim at Tinker

A Great Deal of Grace. Emily Dickinson's Gingerbread
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"I am going to learn to make bread to-morrow. So you may imagine me with my sleeves rolled up, mixing flour, milk, salaratus, etc., with a g

The Simple Truth About Gun Control
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Don’t listen to those who, seeing twenty dead six- and seven-year-olds in ten minutes, their bodies riddled with bullets designed to rip apa

Drug industry clinical trials and the resulting reports criticized
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Though big pharma's lobbying group disagreed, a recent Washington Post story shed more light on the problem of pharma-paid doctors writing f

Why not Down's Syndrome?
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Only humans have devised gas chambers, the slave trade, suicide bombs, water boarding...No other animal has a capacity for evil. Among anima

Why do we care?
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Why ask why? Why do we care? I have read somewhere that this capacity to ask questions is unique to homo sapiens sapiens. Can Christopher Hi

My Ipad doodles
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For my adorn and decorate unit of GCSE art I chose to do fashion illustrations of Valentino's dresses in SS12. I had to look at various arti

Why did he go to the Dark Side?
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Why did he go to the Dark Side? In 1977 when I saw the "first" Star Wars movie, it blew me away...of course. It may have crossed my mind to