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A Loose Guide to Conventions
Patrick J. Ferri Jr.

Conventions have risen to geeky prominence the same way that Steve Jobs and Bill Gates have. Everyone has heard the names like ComiCon, E3, PAX, A-Kon and DragonCon, no one has any idea what the appeal is.
Etosha Park
Namibia: Wild and Pristine
Sean Lee

Infallibly associated with the quintessential idea of African safari, Namibia presents you the brilliant convergence of the undulating deserts with the perpetually turbulent coastline.
Samantha Piergross in Paris

Backpack strapped on and duffle bag slung across my body, I trekked from my gate inside of Orly to the shuttle bus.

Conveniently Invisible America
James Campion

Our National Apathy Over Dirty Little Secrets
Through five administrations representing both parties, the CIA literally ran amok ...
I Can't Breathe!
James Campion

Daniel Pantaleo killed Eric Garner. He choked him to death while four other men held him down and pulled his hands behind his back...
Podemos - Yes 'We Can'
Spain's Coming Revolution
James Skinner

Spain would be led towards the Third Republic, imposing a totalitarian and communist regime that could isolate the country from Europe and the rest of the world.
Turning Back the Clock
Tom Kilcourse

Critics of the present state of Britain’s economy and society are frequently advised that ‘we cannot turn the clock back’, or told that what is happening is somehow ‘natural’.

Does Size Matter?
Tom Kilcourse

There is much being said presently about the British government’s deficit, with excuses flying between political parties, and everyone promising to reduce it.
Asian-American Marriages
Fred C. Wilson III

Romanticism is the biggest blight to the concept of life-long marriage
Walli F. Leff out West

The trail along the Deschutes River in beautiful Tumwater Falls Park, just outside of Olympia, Washington, passes by the waterfalls...
The Devil Made Me Do It
Dean Borok
Cosby unravels
Honda Dreams
I have this reoccurring dream. I am always happy to have it but distinctly unhappy to wake up and discover it wasn't real.
REVIEWS Film & Books
When My Brother Was Moses
Abigail George

I fall in love like stars assemble themselves, arrange themselves in a constellation
Pileated Woodpecker & Sword Fern
Kirie C. Pedersen

“Even if I met someone, second marriages have a sixty percent failure rate.”
Cupid Bicuspid
Karl MacDermott

My psychologist told me to smile more.
Martin Green

Max Birnbaum had come over for one of our occasional games of chess, more of an excuse to reminisce about our early days in New York.
The Secret Brotherhood of Sairam
Namitha Varma

The party was heating up. Akhil wanted a cigarette. Now. But where would he get one at this god-forsaken two am?
Trench Mouth
James Leonard

"Hi sweetie,what's in the bag? A present for me?"
Another Place To Die
Another Place To Die:
The Endtime Chronicles

Hawksmoor & North

Chapter One: Warning Signals
'This is how the world ends. Fighting over spaghetti sauce in the supermaket car park!'
Jack Coey

McGee was number eighty-four. He went back out into the hallway where actors and actresses were sitting and standing. He walked the hallway and saw her. “Hey!” he said.

Why We Took The Car
By Wolfgang Herrndorf

Take one kid with no friends. Add a 14-year-old Russian called Tschick and a stolen Lada, you have the makings of a great summer road trip...
Colorless Tsukuru Tazaki
by Haruki Murakami

Murakami has written an uncomfortable book about a simple man trying to make sense of his life
Pulp (1972)
Dan Schneider DVD review

Actors: Michael Caine, Mickey Rooney, Directed by Mike Hodges
The Quest -
Energy and the Remaking of the Modern World by Daniel Yergin
Steve Wheeler review
A Little Light at the End of the Tunnel

The Brother From Another Planet
Director John Sayles (1984)
Alex Sheremet review

Indian Ink by Tom Stoppard
Dean Borok review

Of all the fascinating cultures of the world, I give the edge to India. They know how to live, especially the ones with money.
Ruin & Rising by Leigh Bardugo -
The Grisha Trilogy our book(s) of the year

Great fleas have little fleas upon their backs to bite 'em and little fleas have lesser fleas infinitum - Augustus de Morgan
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