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Join the filmmakers and subjects at the Hard Earned Series Finale Celebration

kartemquin.com - Please join Kartemquin Films for a very special season finale screening of Hard Earned on at 2pm on Sunday, May 31 at the Chicago Cultural Center. RSVP to attend. We celebrate the amazing team work...

‘Game of Thrones’ Season 5, Episode 7 Review: “The Gift”

washingtonpost.com - GAME OF THRONES 43 (season 5, episode 3): Lena Headey, Jonathan Pryce. photo: Macall B. Polay/courtesy of HBO Note: I’m reviewing “Game of Thrones” from the perspective of someone who has read all ...

Strange, Beloved, Local, Endangered: Five Years of the Neighborhood Joint - NYTimes.com

Shared by Heidi N Moore

nytimes.com - It’s the funny old store with a display that hasn’t changed in decades and has exactly what you need. It’s the clam shack, the ice cream stand, the well-worn diner, all wonderfully out of step with...

Who Would You Be In Medieval Times?

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buzzfeed.com - Find out what you’d be up to if you lived in the Middle Ages. Tagged:medieval times quiz, medieval, medieval times, yasss, quiz Hey! This video may have privacy restrictions. Ensure that it is publ...

Vying to go to Richmond

Shared by Aneesh Chopra

washingtonpost.com - THREE NORTHERN Virginia seats in the General Assembly — one in the state Senate and two in the House of Delegates — are coming open in the fall elections, and Democrats are holding primary contests...

Kevin Smokler

Author of "Practical Classics: 50 Reasons to Reread 50 Books Your Haven't TOuched Since High School." Crazy about publishing, media, journalism, our times, and animal group names. Prone to oversharing.

The Comic Collective

hitrecord.org - Panel 1: Museum life-size-diorama exhibit at night. Behind the glass is a kitchen built for cats and dogs that walk on two legs. In the centre of the table (or counter) is a toaster. There’s sign n...

Urban Blight Comes to the West Village - The New Yorker

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newyorker.com - At the end of this month, the House of Cards & Curiosities, on Eighth Avenue, just south of Jane Street, in the West Village, will close its doors after more than twenty years in business. It was, ...

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