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SOME OF ME: by Isabella Rossellini (Author)

This book is utterly original, human, and provocative. Like the author herself.
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IF YOU DON’T KNOW ISABELLA ROSSELLINI

If you haven't met Isabella Rossellini yet, we need to talk!  She is a model, film star and philanthropist and we will share the story of her illustrious family and multifaceted career
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DROP IN AT THE OLD OAK

Ken Loach is always at his strongest when he has a clear target at which to direct a righteous anger,
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PRIME PRINE LAND NOW BEARS HIS NAME AS A PARK

ohns widow Fiona Prine, accepted the honor on his behalf, which was presented by Country Music Hall of Fame member Brenda Lee (right) , while Cline’s daughter Julie Fudge will accepted the honor for her mother.
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THE BATTLE OF THE BLUES AND GREYS

just another word for nothing left to lose for a prophet and a pilgrim and a pusher and the last priest in the world walking in a free world of Orwellian surveillance filming and recording for posterity whispering of conspiracy twisting of truth falsifying of fact distorting of data infecting of information more informed than ever before yet knowing less and certain of nothing except poets writing in their voice unspoken that freedom is a state of mind
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IN THE DANCE BAND ON THE TITANIC

I am not being facetious, nor seeking to abuse the powers of my platform here at sidetracks & detours, when I say I would rather see our tomorrow´s history placed in the hands of today´s artists.
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FRANKENSTEIN´S GRANNY: The Mary Wollstonecraft statue. By Michael Higgins

All biographers should aim to depict their subject as real life people and write a life that is true to what they wanted to be and what perhaps they actually became. The same should attain to graphic art and sculpture.
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WHOLE NEW MEANINGS of ´Presidential.´

We are not tasked to select the ironic bits over the sincere bits or vice versa because all of those things are overlaid and interwoven.
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EVERYBODY LOOK WHAT´S GOING DOWN and what´s going on

He addressed issues not only in his lyrics but also in the jazzy, expansive music that provided plenty of room for reflection.