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Lunar literature: Newfoundland author will see her work sent to the moon - TheChronicleHerald.ca
Since she was only three when it happened, Carolyn Parsons doesn't remember very much about the first moon landing, but she knows where she was when it happened. When Neil Armstrong took those first, historic steps on July 20, 1969, the
Since she was only three when it happened, Carolyn Parsons doesn't remember very much about the first moon landing, but she knows where she was when it happened. When Neil Armstrong took those first… [+4463 chars]
Nicholas Mercer
2021-02-19 21:22:38




Superstudio: The Architects Who Dreamt of a Future With No Buildings
In the 1960s and ’70s, the Italian design collective Superstudio protested modern urban design by poking fun at the status quo and imagining its own utopias.
Bernard Tschumi, the New York-based creator of buildings such as the Parc de Villette, in Paris, and the Acropolis Museum, in Athens, recalled in a Zoom interview that he first met Superstudios membe… [+705 chars]
James Imam
2021-02-12 10:23:04




In Starz’s Enchanting The Luminaries, Fate and Free Will Battle Amid New Zealand’s Gold Rush
Like so much classic literature, this story asks whether people are free to lie and cheat, or if some greater morality governs the universe.
Star-crossed lovers. Wheels of Fortune. The alignment of planets. Striking gold, and using toxic mercury to extract the pure metal from ore. Debt, and its tendency to yoke the naive to the corrupt. T… [+4403 chars]
Judy Berman
2021-02-12 14:00:37




Tove Ditlevsen’s Art of Estrangement
Hilton Als on the Danish memoirist who built a literature of disaster, brick by brick.
Dont think yourself odd if, after reading the Danish writer Tove Ditlevsens romantic, spiritually macabre, and ultimately devastating collection of memoirs, The Copenhagen Trilogy (Farrar, Straus &am… [+18333 chars]
Hilton Als
2021-02-08 11:00:00




So… I read some of those books the Oak Island TV show constantly references
During a stint of extended pandemic depression, I fell in love with The Curse of Oak Island. After watching untold hours of the team barely finding anything, I decided to check out some of the literature relied on by Team Lagina. — Read the rest
During a stint of extended pandemic depression, I fell in love with The Curse of Oak Island. After watching untold hours of the team barely finding anything, I decided to check out some of the litera… [+2884 chars]
Jason Weisberger
2021-02-10 18:31:38




Strange TV interview with Samuel Beckett in which he says absolutely nothing
In 1969, Irish novelist Samuel Beckett was awarded the Nobel Prize in Literature. Beckett was a world-class recluse and while he succumbed to the pressure to be interviewed by Swedish Television when the Prize was announced, he only agreed on the condition th…

David Pescovitz
2021-02-24 15:46:47




Teaching Classic Lit Helps Game Designers Make Better Stories
Are you game? See How Homer, Faulkner, and Ibsen can help.
Whether youre a game writer, developer, or you just love playing video games, the classics are the earliest and best way to learn how to tell good stories, ones that you want to return to over and ov… [+3670 chars]
Cindy Frenkel
2021-02-25 12:00:00

BRIEF-EMA Says PRAC Concludes That Use Of Veklury Is Not Associated With Kidney Problems - Reuters
BRIEF-EMA Says PRAC Concludes That Use Of Veklury Is Not Associated With Kidney Problems  Reuters
Healthcare Reuters Staff Feb 12 (Reuters) - European Medicines Agency: * EMA - HAS STARTED A REVIEW OF OBESITY MEDICINES THAT CONTAIN AMFEPRAMONE * EMA SAYS PRAC STARTS NEW SAFETY SIGNAL PROCEDUR… [+778 chars]

2021-02-12 12:32:45




How Joe Neguse and Stacey Plaskett Plan to Wield Their Influence After Impeachment
Both representatives said they took note of their roles as among the few Black lawmakers who played a role in the historic proceeding.
On a team of nine that had a shared century of legal experience, Mr. Neguse and Ms. Plaskett delivered some of the most powerful moments of the trial. Mr. Neguse helped burnish the argument in favor … [+1857 chars]
Emily Cochrane
2021-02-15 22:31:05




The Depressive Realism of “The Life of the Mind”
Jia Tolentino reviews “The Life of the Mind,” Christine Smallwood’s début novel about a thirtysomething woman named Dorothy, who is an adjunct instructor of English literature and has recently had a miscarriage.
A cherished former editor of mine used to offer a koan-like dictum: Ideas make you stupid, hed remind me from time to time. I never asked him to elaborate, because I was afraid that any resulting ide… [+10736 chars]
Jia Tolentino
2021-02-25 20:48:43




Learn with Google Arts & Culture
As students, families and educators increasingly rely on tools to support a hybrid approach to education, they depend on accessing helpful online resources to bring their curriculum to life.  Google Arts & Culture, in collaboration with more than 2000 cultur…
As students, families and educators increasingly rely on tools to support a hybrid approach to education, they depend on accessing helpful online resources to bring their curriculum to life.  Google… [+1328 chars]
Lucy SchwartzProgram ManagerGoogle Arts & Culture
2021-02-17 09:05:00




Murder ballads were the original true-crime media
Over at JSTOR Daily, Jody Amable digs through the scholarly literature on murder ballads and discovers they were an early form of true-crime media: Songwriters would rip lurid stories from the headlines, set them to music, and watch them go viral. — Read the …
Over at JSTOR Daily, Jody Amable digs through the scholarly literature on murder ballads and discovers they were an early form of true-crime media: Songwriters would rip lurid stories from the headli… [+1866 chars]
Clive Thompson
2021-02-08 14:00:00




It’s Time to Embrace the Singular ‘They’
Grammar snobs may shudder in disgust at this idea, but it’s time to normalize the use of they/them as singular pronouns. It’s 2021; no more of this “he or she, his or her” stuff.Read more...
Grammar snobs may shudder in disgust at this idea, but its time to normalize the use of they/them as singular pronouns. Its 2021; no more of this he or she, his or her stuff. Its perfectly reasonabl… [+4307 chars]
Sam Blum
2021-02-23 22:15:00




Keegan-Michael Key Will Do Anything for a Laugh
His new 10-part podcast, “The History of Sketch Comedy,” is a surprising and earnest defense of a relatively unsung art form.
KEY Exactly. Its not a surprise at all. Also, Im adopted; so to say that I spent a lot of time trying to get my parents approval is kind of an understatement. Ive been acting since I was born, you kn… [+2280 chars]
Reggie Ugwu
2021-02-01 20:06:38




Where to find free college courses online
Online learning is a flexible, convenient route to self-improvement. Whether you want to train for another occupation while working, improve your skills to increase your current career prospects, learn more about a topic you're passionate about, or simply imp…
Online learning is a flexible, convenient route to self-improvement. Whether you want to train for another occupation while working, improve your skills to increase your current career prospects, lea… [+7363 chars]
Amy-Mae Turner
2021-02-27 13:30:00




A New Artificial Intelligence Makes Mistakes—on Purpose
A chess program that learns from human error might be better at working with people or negotiating with them.
It took about 50 years for computers to eviscerate humans in the venerable game of chess. A standard smartphone can now play the kind of moves that make a grandmasters head spin. But one artificial i… [+4010 chars]
Will Knight
2021-02-13 12:00:00




'We Read Too' app developer uses love of coding to promote Black literature
Apple profiles Kayla Thomas, the developer who brought "We Read Too," to the App Store to give youth of color a way to find literature that best represents their experience.Image Credit: Apple"We Read Too" was created in 2014 and is a directory of hundreds of…
Apple profiles Kayla Thomas, the developer who brought "We Read Too," to the App Store to give youth of color a way to find literature that best represents their experience. "We Read Too" was creat… [+3409 chars]
news@appleinsider.com (Amber Neely)
2021-02-11 16:17:56




Strixhaven, Magic: The Gathering’s Newest Set, Is Hogwarts Without The Terf
Do you still love the Harry Potter franchise but absolutely cannot abide supporting its terfy author? If so, Magic: The Gathering’s latest card set, Strixhaven: School of Mages, might be for you. Read more...
Do you still love the Harry Potter franchise but absolutely cannot abide supporting its terfy author? If so, Magic: The Gatherings latest card set, Strixhaven: School of Mages, might be for you. Mo… [+2638 chars]
Ash Parrish
2021-02-19 18:44:00

How Antidepressants Work, at Last?
Over the years I've very much enjoyed being startled by the scientific literature, and there haven't been many times when I've been more surprised than I was this morning. I've been making references on this blog for years about how we don't even know how ant…
Over the years I’ve very much enjoyed being startled by the scientific literature, and there haven’t been many times when I’ve been more surprised than I was this morning. I’ve been making references… [+7108 chars]

2021-02-19 19:47:39




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