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5/22/19
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Katie Da Cunha Lewin
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Siri Hustvedt’s seventh novel, Memories of the Future, contains several references to Baby Face, a 1933 film starring Barbara Stanwyck. Master of hardnosed wise-cracking, Stanwyck plays Lily Powers, a bored young woman working in her father’s bar. She is introduced to the philosopher Friedrich Nietzsche by an older

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5/21/19
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In 2017, actor Aurora Perrineau accused Girls writer and executive producer Murray Miller of sexually assaulting her when she was underage, an allegation Girls creators Lena Dunham and Jenni Konner then-famously negated. Dunham’s since recanted her defense of Miller and Perrineau’s been cast in Ava DuVernay’s Central

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5/21/19
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Billions of years ago when the world was still young, treasure began forming deep underground. As the edges of Earth’s tectonic plates plunged down into the upper mantle, bits of carbon, some likely hailing from long-dead life forms were melted and compressed into rigid lattices. Over millions of years, those lattices

5/21/19
4:30 PM
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On Sunday, I woke up with two alternating songs stuck in my head: “Happy Not Knowing” and “The Sound.” Both come from Carly Rae Jepsen’s fourth album, Dedicated, which dropped Friday and was the topic of an argument I’d been having in my head for much of the weekend. I could recognize the album’s bouquet of charms and

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