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  • I very much enjoyed these popular songs reimagined as 50s-style pulp fiction. (Dangerous Minds)
  • These extreme close-up photos of butterfly wings are just glorious. (Colossal)
  • 13 great horror books written by women. (Vulture)
  • You’ve likely seen this chick by now, but if not: enjoy. (Newsweek)
  • And finally: here are some fantastic Bill Cunningham photos and a great essay on him by Hilton Als. (New Yorker)

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    y.k.
    12 Oct 2018
    7:24am

    O my! Glorious is the word!

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    c.w.
    12 Oct 2018
    9:32am

    The NYTimes style section has not been the same without Bill Cunningham. I MISS him!

    The young woman, Lydzy (I never get her weird spelling right!), made the perfect song for our imperfect time. I keep sharing it on FaceBook.

    The butterfly wings!!!!!

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    Viajera
    12 Oct 2018
    1:22pm

    Frankenstein? (I hear it’s good. Haven’t read it yet.)

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      Krista
      15 Oct 2018
      1:58pm

      Frankenstein is horrible. Sorry Ms. Shelley!

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    HickfromStyx
    15 Oct 2018
    12:23pm

    Thank goodness for music. Artists seem to be the only ones telling the truth these days. How long before TPTB clamp fown on them?

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    Krista
    15 Oct 2018
    1:59pm

    The list of books is EVERYTHING!!!! I want them ALL!!!!!

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