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Photography courtesy of MejuriAll together now: Frost yourself! By Jennifer Berry Date February 2, 2023 Facebook Twitter Isn’t it funny how the shortest month of the year can feel the longest? It’s February, friends, and depending on where you are in the world, that might mean you’re staring down the final frigid stretch of a
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Hong Kong’s new global promotional campaign will “kickstart” the city’s reopening to international travelers, the Hong Kong Tourism Board told CNBC’s “Squawk Box Asia” on Friday.  As part of the “Hello Hong Kong” campaign, which was launched on Thursday, 500,000 air tickets will be given away over the next six months, starting in March. The
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February 2, 2023, 11:04am All hail the paperback release. * Tessa Hadley, Free Love(Harper Perennial, February 7) The HarperCollins Union has been on strike since November 10, 2022. Literary Hub stands in solidarity with the union. Please consider donating to the strike fund. “The stories of break and repair in this novel are wonderfully unpredictable.”–Minneapolis Star
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While it was released 30 years ago, Groundhog Day remains highly rewatchable due to it being a straightforward comedy with a surprising dose of philosophy. Like Joe Versus the Volcano a few years prior, Groundhog Day blends lighthearted humor with more profound themes about life and love, resulting in one of those rare motion pictures that resonates on multiple
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‘A Rose for Emily’ by William Faulkner contains some memorable characters besides Emily herself. Even the narrator is a curious creation and deserving of further discussion, since Faulkner does some interesting things with narrative in his short story. Let’s take a closer look at the characters in ‘A Rose for Emily’, both great and small,
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By LOUIS XIII COGNAC Date February 2, 2023 Facebook Twitter Born and raised in Halifax and currently based in Toronto, Maxwell N. Burnstein is a self-taught collage artist who specializes in transforming deconstructed photographs into multi-dimensional art. “Creating narratives by bringing all these different existing pieces together to tell something new really spoke to me
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February 2, 2023, 1:50pm This morning, The Cut published its definitive guide to contemporary etiquette, from ghosting to tipping to navigating varying levels of COVID caution. The list contained plenty of fascinating and discourse-generating takeaways (though I haven’t yet seen anyone address the wild revelation that former Vogue editor Lauren Santo Domingo believes one should “Never ask
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