Stalin, Castro, Barbie: An Excerpt From Eduardo Galeano's Latest Book, "Mirrors"
He rarely slept and went without shaving for days. And he raced from one end of the city to the other all the while concocting complicated mathematical formulas in his mind. Working for British intelligence, he helped shorten the Second World War by …
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Q&A With Charlize Theron
In the latest installment, she makes a dramatic return to the Hall of Mirrors in the Chateau de Versailles in a film ad directed by Jean-Baptiste Mondino. As she strides through the great, gilded room, Theron encounters a mysterious dangling silken …
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Is it Possible to Move Beyond the Century of Disaster?
This article originally appeared at TomDispatch.com. To stay on top of important articles like these, sign up to receive the latest updates from TomDispatch.com. The following passages are excerpted from Eduardo Galeano's history of humanity, Mirrors …
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Late Summer Scene: An East Village Barbershop
It smells of soap and shaving cream. This barbershop looks like nothing special at … There are two chairs and two mirrors inside and a row of creaky brown chairs that fold up into the wall for customers to wait in. The large black barbershop seats …
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Stalin, Castro, Barbie: An Excerpt From Eduardo Galeano's Latest Book, "Mirrors"
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