New Georges' latest takes over the Irondale Center
In Ionesco's classic, words do the gaming and sometimes get violent about it
This morning, DNA Info reported on a Midtown author who has written a modern update of Lewis Carroll's Alice's Adventures in Wonderland. Translating classic literature into language kids can understand is nothing new, but author Susan Crimp has taken it to a new level by one-upping Tao Lin an ... More >>
www.insightbb.comWell, maybe not of all time -- how far back does the world's literature really go? And we blush to note that most of these quotes come from Western sources, at that. But read on anyway, because some of them are pretty damn funny, or at least pithy and philosophical.
New Georges tries producing the unproduceable—in little pieces
This has been a banner weekend for extreme exercise. As the Post puts it, "Ninety-nine maniacal marathoners" (it's like a Lewis Carroll poem), including several New Yorkers, will travel to Antarctica next month to compete in the Antarctica Marathon. For the privilege of trying to survive 26.2 ... More >>
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Two decades after the severed ear of Reservoir Dogs, Quentin Tarantino serves up Hitler's head on a plate
On to Chapter Two! We ask another round of authors for recommendations.
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Nothing important to review? Try reviewing the rarity of that.
A choreographer with a talent for interior design
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Prime-time pride, manly girls vs. girly girls and fear of a black dream team
But there's still not a dissenting word from America's book publishers and literati
Lombardi creates a piano spectacle featuring 1,848 ivories
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How a 19th-century Mathematical Fiction Gave Us Our Point of View
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