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Film, Oscar Nominated Short Films 2014: Live-Action: When Shorts Run Too Long

Oscar Nominated Short Films 2014: Live-Action: When Shorts Run Too Long

Observable trends in this year's batch of Oscar-nominated narrative shorts include child endangerment, as usual, tending away from comedy, as usual, and being from countries other than the United States, which helps mitigate these familiar sentimental irritations. Also, weird to…
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Calendar, Night&Day Damned If You Do

Damned If You Do

When you look over your history of buying books, how do you feel? You should feel like hell. If you’ve bought even one book from an online seller, well, you blew it — A Clean Well-Lighted Place for Books might…
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Calendar, Night&Day Going Dutch

Going Dutch

The malleability of David Mitchell’s voice is striking. Whether writing in hard-boiled slang, postapocalyptic pidgin, or from the perspective of a disenfranchised teen in Thatcher's Britain, he embodies his narrators completely. It’s a feat more suited to a psychic medium…
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News, The Snitch Ceasefire Talks Collapse in Point Reyes Press War

Ceasefire Talks Collapse in Point Reyes Press War

One of the more renowned institutions of Bay Area journalism is to be found slightly more than hour's drive north of San Francisco, in the coastal cow town of Point Reyes Station. It's there that The Point Reyes Light has…
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News, Letters Letters to the Editor

Letters to the Editor

Fine, But ... See straw man go up. Watch straw man go down: This was a fine article revealing yet another instance of corporate cowardice and greed . But I must admit to being…
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