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Would you be a different person every day if you could? Before you answer that, make sure you read the New York Times bestseller “Every Day” by David Levithan. “Every Day” is a young adult romance and sci-fi novel that was published in August 2012. The novel follows the life of the character…

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“Thoroughbreds” offers a rare and welcome respite from the flood of increasingly flashy, CGI-dependent, big-budget adaptations and sequels that seem to plague the current film industry. Set in the wealthy suburbs of Connecticut, the impressively suspenseful drama is written by Cory Finley an…

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You can tell that writer-director Alex Garland has been waiting his entire career to make a movie like “Annihilation,” a potentially polarizing, kaleidoscopic sci-fi horror show. For nearly 15 years, he’s worked almost exclusively on a small scale: he made his screenwriting debut with the ic…

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With a deep passion for traveling, Peter Waite is an experienced tourist who documents his visits to real-life architectural locations in places like Los Angeles, Cincinnati, and New York, as well as international locations like Madrid and Paris. While most of his works were recently curated…

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As climate change continues to slowly strangle our environment, it makes sense that art will reflect society’s forced confrontation with that fact. “Downsizing” is an example of a ‘what-if’ scenario to try to save the planet and humanity — shrinking people down to only a couple of inches tall. 

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Björk’s new album is here, and it’s a thematic reversal of where her previous one left off. Where “Vulnicura” marched with the grim, heavy, but determined pace of someone about to end a relationship, “Utopia” pulses with the frantic energy of jumping back into the dating scene.