Jul 5, 2012 @ 12:41:00 am
Meyer, Scherer & Rockcastle's design of the McAllen Pubilc Library (formerly a Wal-Mart) in Texas.
At the Paris Review blog, Clancy Martin recounts a trip to St. Petersburg, which featured shots of vodka, dancing bears, and his own mission to sleep with a Russian “whom he did not have to pay.”
Classic kids show Reading Rainbow was canceled in 2009 after twenty-six years on PBS, but thanks to a new initiative by longtime host LeVar Burton, it’s now reincarnated as an app. The “Reading Rainbow” app, geared toward kids between three and nine, “is just an updated, interactive version of the TV show, one that takes users right to the books instead of just telling them about them.” Burton explains in a video for Forbes.
Anthony Burgess’s dark, ultra-violent novel Clockwork Orange might not seem like it would make for a good musical, but the author would beg to differ: two years after releasing the book in 1962,
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