Photograph courtesy of Lorenzo Lewis. Design by Danielle Campbell.This is Texture Talk, a column that celebrates and deep dives into the dynamic world of curly hair and the profound significance it can hold. By Natasha Bruno Date October 15, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter Lorenzo P. Lewis isn’t a barber, but his mental health organization, The Confess
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TODAY: In 1927, Nobel Prize Laureate Günter Grass is born. “You can feel Daniel Mendelsohn’s own delight in how this project gives him license to wander and roam.” James K.A. Smith on the radical interconnectedness of Three Rings. | Lit Hub Criticism Maybe the secret to writing is… not writing? Johanna Hedva takes an unconventional approach to putting
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SK Telecom has teamed up with Uber to launch a new joint venture in the taxi market in South Korea that will also look ahead to future mobility technologies, such as flying cars. Uber will invest a total of US$150 million in the as-yet unnamed venture and in SKT’s broader mobility business. SKT is spinning
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AC/DC are getting ready for the release of Power Up, their seventeenth studio album, and have just launched a logo name generator that will style your initials in vein of the Australian rock powerhouse’s classic logo. The official Power Up name generator can be used here, where the band first commands you to click on the “Pwr Up”
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Earlier this week on Wednesday, October 14, multi-platinum, rising global artist SAINt JHN performed a fiery rendition of his massive hit single “Roses” at the 2020 Billboard Music Awards. Gracing a stage built ‘in the round’, a larger-than-life 3D custom visual of the skeleton on a motorcycle frequented in SAINt’s artwork cruising in flames designed
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We spent a good amount of time in Woodstock and in New York City and on the phone talking about where his career might take him from here. With great humility, he acknowledges his skill. But he has been thinking a lot about the difference between preternatural talent and mastery—the work that’s required to ascend
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Photograph by Virgile Guinard for ChanelWomen’s liberation through fashion innovation. By Charlotte Cardin Date October 16, 2020 icon-facebook icon-twitter On September 30, I was invited to the opening of the remarkable Gabrielle Chanel, Fashion Manifesto exhibition at the Palais Galliera in Paris. The exhibit, laid out mainly in chronological order, had me traveling through decades
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For much of 2020, despite all that has happened to the movie business, cinephiles had their eyes on Dune. Director Denis Villeneuve is rebooting Frank Herbert’s classic sci-fi novel for the big screen as a big-budget potential franchise for Warner Bros. Unfortunately, the studio had to delay the highly-anticipated movie nearly a year recently but,
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TODAY: In 1892, David Edelstadt, anarchist poet and editor of the Yiddish anarchist newspaper Fraye Arbeter Shtime, dies at age 26 from tuberculosis. “Lorde’s view of poetry and the imagination clarified my own inclination to disappear, at times, into my own head.” Tracy K. Smith reads Audre Lorde’s Cancer Journals. | Lit Hub Biography “The
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(CNN) — Ethiopian food is distinctive and delicious, befitting a remarkable country with a cultural heritage that stands out from the rest of Africa. While the cuisine of Ethiopia is gradually becoming better known, it’s no overstatement to say it remains one of the world’s best-kept secrets. Eating Ethiopian-style means rethinking many assumptions you might
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