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Eight Men Who Are Doing Quite Well | by Donal Mahoney

A notice appeared in the paper recently with the names and faces of eight men who have a combined wealth of $426 billion. According to Oxfam International, in 2015 this would have equaled the amount of wealth held by half the world’s population, the poorest half. 787 mots de plus

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CY O’Connor tribute

A  RIDERLESS horse rears up in the sand dunes near Robbs Jetty, fear in its eyes.

Unseen in Jo Darvall’s painting are the tragic circumstances where celebrated engineer CY O’Connor rode thehorse into the ocean and shot himself. 206 mots de plus

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Percussive feast

NEVER Tilt Your Chair Back on Two Legs is a sonic double bill of percussion, exploring the role of women throughout history.

Mum’s dinner table etiquette on chair tilting and elbow leaning probably didn’t include the musicality of knives and forks. 336 mots de plus

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Boss Hog’s Punk Rock Revs Up as It Hits Middle Age by JONATHAN RINGEN


By JONATHAN RINGEN

Cristina Martinez and Jon Spencer form one of New York’s longest-running rock couples. After a 17-year break, their band is back with a gritty album. 13 mots de plus

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Unraveling the Mystery of Who Lies Beneath the Cloth by NICHOLAS ST. FLEUR


By NICHOLAS ST. FLEUR

“Mummies,” an exhibition at the American Museum of Natural History, uses technology to get a better understanding of ancient Peruvians and Egyptians. 13 mots de plus

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The Sound of Sadness Overwhelms and Inspires Mount Eerie by JON CARAMANICA


By JON CARAMANICA

Phil Elverum wrote “A Crow Looked at Me” in the aftermath of his wife’s death. The songs explore his grief.

Published: March 21, 2017 at 08:00PM… 9 mots de plus

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