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    The Gift: Creativity & the Artist by Lewis Hyde | May 14, 2010 <p><b>THE GIFT: CREATIVITY AND THE ARTIST IN THE MODERN WORLD Lewis Hyde</b>The recent reprinting of this inspirational book is timed perfectly, in a period in which we’re rethinking our economic reality as a society and considering the repercussions of our choices. Read More... Read More...

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    Alice in Wonderland by timetospa | May 14, 2010 This sequel to the classic fairy tale is a must see in 3 D. Burton has modernized the story and built upon Alice’s rebellious streak to give her a somewhat feminist, post modern ideology. Alice is now 17 and when chastised for not wearing her corset and stockings, Alice questioned her rather perplexed mother, “I don’t like corsets. Read more... Read More...

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    WENDY AND LUCY by timetospa | May 14, 2010 Michelle Williams stars as Wendy in this independent film about a young woman and her only companion, a dog named Lucy. Wendy and Lucy is filmed in stark realism, mostly set in a small town in Oregon with strip malls and rural life. Read more... Read More...

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    SYNECDOCHE, NEW YORK by timetospa | May 14, 2010 To what extent can art imitate life, or better yet, can life imitate art? In this witty examination into the construction of identity, memory and self-absorption, Philip Seymour Hoffman gives a stellar performance as a playwright dedicated to capturing life through his art. Read more... Read More...

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    In Defense of Food: An Eater's Manifesto by Michael Pollan | May 14, 2010 Pollan, author of The Botany of Desire and the Omnivore’s Dilemma, has written his most pressing book yet, In Defense of Food. The urgency of this well-researched and persuasive book comes from the increasing scientific prevalence of favoring a diet of “nutritionism” over whole foods in the United States. Read more... Read More...

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    Jeff in Venice, Death in Varanasi by Geoff Dyer | May 14, 2010 The protagonist of Dyer’s latest book is jaded British journalist Jeff Atman, who travels in the first half of this novel to Venice for the 2003 Venice Biennale, the largest international art event, which takes place every two years in this romantic and unique location. Read more... Read More...

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    Stones into Schools by Greg Mortenson | May 14, 2010 Mortenson’s first book “three cups of tea” (Viking, 2006) told a story of one man’s (Mortenson) attempt to climb the world’s second highest mountain and how his failure to do so culminated in an unlikely friendship with, and commitment to, a remote Muslim tribe in a harsh mountainous village in the Taliban Territory in Pakistan. Read more... Read More...

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