• Art & Culture
    Bitter’s Kiss Is the Musical Lovechild of Lana Del Rey and Lorde

    By Rebecca Bohanan “Who are you trying to impress when you pray?…How many things can go on in a day/That you stay on your knees so long?” starts “The Rope,” the lead single from New Jersey singer-songwriter Chloe Baker, known on stage as Bitter’s Kiss. The track, like many songs on Bitter’s Kiss’ self-titled debut […]

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    Check Out 25 Breathtaking Libraries From All Around The World

    By Jade Walker That’s the theme of this year’s National Library Week, an annual awareness celebration sponsored by the American Library Association. — This feed and its contents are the property of The Huffington Post, and use is subject to our terms. It may be used for personal consumption, but may not be distributed on […]

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    Blockbusters Should Learn To Be More Like The New ‘Jungle Book’

    By Matthew Jacobs Disney is on the reboot warpath, rejiggering just about every primo animated property in glistening live action. It started in 2010 with Tim Burton’s candy-coated “Alice in Wonderland” and became considerably more promising last year when “Cinderella” swirled to life at the hands of Shakespeare maestro Kenneth Branagh. Both were immensely lucrative, […]

  • Art Cologne 2016 (VIDEO)

    By VernissageTV This year, Art Cologne, the world’s oldest art fair for modern and contemporary art celebrates its 50th edition. The launch of the fair in 1967 – back then called The Kunstmarkt Köln ’67 – was sparked by the urgent need to revitalize the lackluster art market in West Germany. Founded by the Cologne-based […]

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    A Child Shall Lead Them

    By George Heymont Not everyone wants to raise a family. But for those who do, procreation isn’t always the result of “doin’ what comes naturally.” Gay couples (as well as heterosexuals struggling with infertility issues) are often faced with a difficult decision: Adopt or adapt. Either route is accompanied by risk and expense, which can […]

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    Forget Twitter, This App Provides You With A Real-Life ‘Follower’

    By Priscilla Frank Today, the words “I followed you” most often mean something along the lines of: my Internet presence appreciates your Internet presence and thus, thanks to the click of a button, I will now be made aware of your online activities. Occasionally, however, when someone says “I followed you,” they mean, quite literally, […]