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The True Story About The Creature Known as The Mothman

The True Story About The Creature Known as The Mothman

Between November 15, 1966 and December 15, 1967 a string of incredible, but disturbing, sightings took place in the Point Pleasant area of West Virginia of a “large flying man…

Led Zeppelin – Rank The Albums

Led Zeppelin – Rank The Albums

It’s a truth universally acknowledged* that Led Zeppelin’s second album is their greatest work ever. It may have been disputed in pubs across the country, and occasionally slipped to second…

How Alexandria laid foundations for the modern world

How Alexandria laid foundations for the modern world

The secret to Alexandria, if classical historians are to be believed, lies in a golden casket. Studded with jewels and small enough to hold in one’s hands, the casket was…

The 10 Best Alain Delon Movies

The 10 Best Alain Delon Movies

Sometimes people with multiple talents and predicates are left behind over one-quality people. This happens because multiple attention focuses divide the perception and awareness of qualities. With that said, if…

The Joyce Girl

The Joyce Girl

Lucia Joyce was the daughter of James Joyce – ill-fated indeed to live in the shadow of such genius. Beloved yet unseen, in the manner of so many women, her…

David Bowie’s ‘Heroes’: How Berlin Shaped Eclectic 1977 Masterpiece

David Bowie’s ‘Heroes’: How Berlin Shaped Eclectic 1977 Masterpiece

Beside the Berlin Wall, Bowie made music to uplift the world Fully settled in Berlin, with a work system established and in a far better place, physically and emotionally, than…

Desert Trip: How Classic Rock Mega-Fest Proved Doubters Wrong

Desert Trip: How Classic Rock Mega-Fest Proved Doubters Wrong

It was inevitable. Mick Jagger, who coined the phrase “Coachella for old people” last spring to describe Desert Trip, cracked the first jokes about aging rock stars from the stage,…

Henri Matisse Illustrates James Joyce’s Ulysses (1935)

Henri Matisse Illustrates James Joyce’s Ulysses (1935)

Last year, fans of modernist Irish literature and impressionist art saw a must-own volume go under the hammer at Bonhams. “In 1935 the French artist, Henri Matisse, was commissioned to illustrate…

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