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Poetry By Amanda Slinger

Haiku #1 A peacock feather Shining iridescent hues Golds, greens, blacks and blues. Haiku #2 A golden sun sinks All clouds have fuchsia linings Orange: sky on fire

Tonight it’s Poetry showcases spoken word talent

For the last five years spoken word poets both amateur and professional alike have ascended to the Tonight it’s Poetry stage on Sunday nights to read whimsical, insightful, sexy, hilarious, ingenious and, most importantly, original works of spoken word.

South Korean drama Poetry explores the beauty and nastiness of life

In recent years, there have been few national cinemas as intriguing and accomplished as South Korean cinema. Park Chan-wook and Bong Joon-ho, the directors of Oldboy and The Host, are among the world’s finest directors of genre film. While Lee Chang-dong isn’t a genre filmmaker and is not quite the same caliber a director as his


The mother of all Dadas

The Baroness Else Von Freytag-Loringhoven is a relatively obscure historical figure. Though she ran in artistic circles which included Ezra Pound, Marcel Duchamp and William Carlos Williams, the influence of her life and art has been largely unacknowledged. In the early 20th century, the Baroness (who acquired her title from one

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