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Why do people have to leave each other? Neden insanlar birbirlerini bırakmak zorundadırlar? by Yasmin Mogahed

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When I was 17 years old, I had a dream. I dreamt that I was sitting inside a masjid and a little girl walked up to ask me a question. She asked me: “Why do people have to leave each other?” The question was a personal one, but it seemed clear to me why the question was chosen for me.
I was one to get attached.

Ever since I was a child, this temperament was clear. While other children in preschool could easily recover once their parents left, I could not. My tears, once set in motion, did not stop easily. As I grew up, I learned to become attached to everything around me. From the time I was in first grade, I needed a best friend. As I got older, any fall-out with a friend shattered me. I couldn’t let go of anything. People, places, events, photographs, moments—even outcomes…

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Memoirs of a Hayseed Physicist by Peter Martel

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Part 22:
My First University:
In English, my final standing was fourth in a class of two hundred and fifty. My marks in physics was a non-spectacular fifty, in part because I had spent the weekends from Friday to Sunday night working for a large department store. This was a calamity of sorts, because my mother had contacted an old school friend of hers on my behalf at the Nova Scotia Research Foundation – a provincial laboratory specializing in Geophysics. This friend had accepted my mother’s word that I was a genius and had recommended me to the head of the Geophysics section – a man who might hire me for invaluable summer work.

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Marquis Hill. The Way We Play. US 2016.

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Marquis Hill. The Way We Play. US 2016.

  • Marquis Hill Quintet
  • Joshua Ramos: Bass
  • Christofer McBride: Alto Sax
  • Marquis Hill: Trumpet
  • Justin Thomas: Vibraphone
  • Makaya McCraven: Drums

I really want to make it very clear that this is the sound of my band, which is uniquely Chicago. I wanted to put everything on the table – this is the way that we play,” Marcus Hill interview, JazzTimes 2015.

For the past five years, 29-year-old trumpeter Marquis Hill has been invigorating the Chicago jazz scene with his sleek approach to modern jazz, which often incorporates elements of spoken word and hip-hop.

The Way We Play is hardly a color-by-numbers jazz standards album. As Hill has done on his previous discs, he revitalizes the material by placing heavier emphasis on the groove, which enables the compositions to resonate more to a 21st-century jazz audience – hence the disc’s witty title.

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Memoirs of a Hayseed Physicist by Peter Martel

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Part 21:
My First University:
English required that a lot of time be spent writing essays, which I diligently wrote every week. A selection of half a dozen or so essays of the previous week would be reviewed by the professor. Mine was always included. I was naive enough to think that this was because I was very good at English. In actual fact, of course, I was some five years older than most of the other students and hence my perspective on Milton and Shakespeare was much more mature.

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Geyser of Ideas

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Old Faithful Geyser of California

September brings so many thoughts, ideas and plans,
things to do, see to, begin, accomplish and enjoy,
that my subterranean reservoir fills until ideas
geyser up in a hot, fraught fountain of chaos. 

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La cordillera, lumbre dorada, Futur

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Bajo la dirección de Santiago Mitre, Ricardo Darín se supera a sí mismo en esta coproducción argentina-franco-española. Y es que en el mundo de la política, sólo accesible de manera formal a través de la ilusión o maya, nada es lo que parece: un complejo conglomerado de traiciones, intimidades ocultas y oscuridades veladas a las que no tenemos acceso los desprevenidos ciudadanos.

Hernán Blanco es el presidente argentino elegido por su empatía con el hombre común, un campechano dirigente del interior del país que llegó a la primera magistratura por esta condición cultivada con esmero. Blanco desciende de inmigrantes, gobernaba una pequeña intendencia, es padre de una hija y abuelo de dos nietos. Su apellido, sinónimo de pureza, fue empleado para completar el perfil más que conveniente que culminó con su arribo al poder.

Blanco ha de enfrentar su primera cumbre latinoamericana de presidentes y no parece sentirse demasiado cómodo…

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Art on Tuesday: Dance of the Floating World

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This woodblock print shows the “Kashima Dance of the Floating World” 鹿島浮世踊 made by Kitao Shigemasa 北尾重政 (1739-1820), published in the 1760’s. It shows a ritual dance, performed by…

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