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29 ago 2014 21:00

Arriva lo 'Shakespeare Fest' al Silvano Toti Globe Theatre di Roma

Ci siamo quasi! Lo "Shakespeare Fest" del Silvano Toti Globe Theatre di Villa Borghese a Roma sta per cominciare. ...

teatro | teatro.org

29 ago 2014 20:50

Boy Band Member Has Penis, Shows it on Snapchat

One of the members of the boy band 5 Seconds of Summer decided to tip off Labor Day Weekend off with the precursor to a bang by sending a Snapchat video of his penis to an eager fan late last night...

musica | spin.com

29 ago 2014 20:37

The Black Keys' Patrick Carney Wrote the 'BoJack Horseman' Theme Song

It seems the music press has been sleeping on Patrick Carney's Twitter feed as of late, because it seems today is the day most of us got clued into the fact that the Black Keys drummer composed the theme song to the new

musica | spin.com

29 ago 2014 20:18

Hear Wolf Gang's Shimmering Pop on 'Lay Your Love Down'

Few songs have the immediate spark of Wolf Gang's latest "Lay Your Love Down." Due out September 2, the track opens with a dramatic guitar hook doubled by piano, singer Max McElligott muses (with impressive range) over a faltering relationship: "I beat myself up with these thoughts, these regrets, these question marks...

musica | spin.com

29 ago 2014 20:14

Aphex Twin Will Hold 'SYRO' Listening Parties for Lucky Fans

Aphex Twin's rollout for  SYRO , his first album in 13 years, has been fairly unconventional, what with the blimp teaser ,

musica | spin.com

29 ago 2014 20:00

#Music 'If I'm Unworthy' by Blake Mills, album 'Heigh Ho' (16 Sept)

moda | fashion.at

29 ago 2014 20:00

Miley Cyrus: l’homeless Jesse visto sul palco dei VMA si consegna alla polizia

Jesse Helt, l'homeless che ha ritirato il premio di Miley Cyrus sul palco dei VMA 2014, si è finalmente consegnato alla polizia.

musica | mtv italia

29 ago 2014 19:23

The Politics of Literature, a Call for Inclusiveness in Book Culture, and More

Staff D.C. Public Library works with the homeless; Bruce Springsteen pens a children's book, Sherman Alexie and Jess Walter launch a podcast; and other news. Page 1 This is all the info relevant to page 1 of the article. Every day Poets & Writers Magazine scans the headlines—from publishing reports to academic announcements to literary dispatches—for all the news that creative writers need to know. Here are today’s stories: “I think it is a political act to force someone to enter the mind, the spirit, the perspective of another human being. We are often resistant to this experience because it forces us to give up all our ideas about other people and actually enter their lives and see through their eyes.” Author Tobias Wolff talks to the Boston Review about politics of literature and the motivations behind teaching and writing.  Elisabeth Donnelly makes a case for more inclusiveness—through what she calls “poptimism”— in literary criticism and culture , which she cites as snobby, misogynistic, and too often lacking in cultural relevance. (Flavorwire) The Washington, D.C. Public Library has hired a social worker to work with homeless patrons . Jean Badalamenti, who has taken on the new role, tells the Washington Post,  “Because the libraries tend to be gathering places for people without homes, it's important to be part of the citywide conversation about how we're going to address homelessness, health services, and moving people out of homelessness.” Crown Publishing Group shares the strange and often bewildering handwriting of very famous authors . (BuzzFeed) Bruce Springsteen has written a children’s book . Outlaw Pete , the story of a bank-robbing baby, is based on his song of the same name, and will be published by Simon & Schuster in November. (NPR) Best-selling authors Sherman Alexie and Jess Walter have launched a new podcast series , “A Tiny Sense of Accomplishment,” which will involve discussions, interviews, and the authors reading from their works-in-progress. ( Los Angeles Times ) A new digital novel from Atavist Books, The New World , pushes the boundaries of digital literature by giving readers the ability to plot their own navigation of the story. For more about Atavist’s interactive new spin on digital literature, read an article published in the July/August issue of Poets & Writers Magazine . (GalleyCat) With the last weekend of August upon us, Book Riot asks a number of authors what they’re reading this summer .

cinema | poets & writers - from inspiration to publication

29 ago 2014 19:23

The Politics of Literature, a Call for Inclusiveness in Book Culture, and More

Staff D.C. Public Library works with the homeless; Bruce Springsteen pens a children's book, Sherman Alexie and Jess Walter launch a podcast; and other news. Page 1 This is all the info relevant to page 1 of the article. Every day Poets & Writers Magazine scans the headlines—from publishing reports to academic announcements to literary dispatches—for all the news that creative writers need to know. Here are today’s stories: “I think it is a political act to force someone to enter the mind, the spirit, the perspective of another human being. We are often resistant to this experience because it forces us to give up all our ideas about other people and actually enter their lives and see through their eyes.” Author Tobias Wolff talks to the Boston Review about politics of literature and the motivations behind teaching and writing.  Elisabeth Donnelly makes a case for more inclusiveness—through what she calls “poptimism”— in literary criticism and culture , which she cites as snobby, misogynistic, and too often lacking in cultural relevance. (Flavorwire) The Washington, D.C. Public Library has hired a social worker to work with homeless patrons . Jean Badalamenti, who has taken on the new role, tells the Washington Post,  “Because the libraries tend to be gathering places for people without homes, it's important to be part of the citywide conversation about how we're going to address homelessness, health services, and moving people out of homelessness.” Crown Publishing Group shares the strange and often bewildering handwriting of very famous authors . (BuzzFeed) Bruce Springsteen has written a children’s book . Outlaw Pete , the story of a bank-robbing baby, is based on his song of the same name, and will be published by Simon & Schuster in November. (NPR) Best-selling authors Sherman Alexie and Jess Walter have launched a new podcast series , “A Tiny Sense of Accomplishment,” which will involve discussions, interviews, and the authors reading from their works-in-progress. ( Los Angeles Times ) A new digital novel from Atavist Books, The New World , pushes the boundaries of digital literature by giving readers the ability to plot their own navigation of the story. For more about Atavist’s interactive new spin on digital literature, read an article published in the July/August issue of Poets & Writers Magazine . (GalleyCat) With the last weekend of August upon us, Book Riot asks a number of authors what they’re reading this summer .

cinema | poets & writers - from inspiration to publication

29 ago 2014 19:00

Selena Gomez ammette: “A volte cado in tentazione”!

Selena Gomez sta per arrivare nelle sale con la pellicola 'Comportamenti Molto... Cattivi'... di cui noi ti mostreremo un'anteprima!

musica | mtv italia