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2014-07-28

Egypt: Papyrus as anti-pollution filter for the future - ANSAmed

2014-07-28
Egypt: Papyrus as anti-pollution filter for the futureANSAmed"The Plant That Changed the World", released by the New York publisher Pegasus in June, posits that papyrus is one of the most valuable plants in the world, despite the fact that it almost entirely disappeared after playing such a crucial role in the ...

Luis Urrea opens his heart to Sitka - KCAW

2014-07-24
Luis Urrea opens his heart to SitkaKCAWLuis Alberto Urrea's writing was rejected for 10 years before a New York publisher took his first book in 1993. Since then Urrea – currently in town for the Sitka Symposium – has won a slew of prestigious awards, and has been nominated for a Pulitzer ...

10 films that are sexier than 'Sex Tape' - Montgomery Advertiser

2014-07-19
10 films that are sexier than 'Sex Tape'Montgomery Advertiser“The Seven Year Itch” (1955): New York publisher Richard Sherman (Tom Ewell) is having a tough time while his wife and son vacation in the country for the summer. He has started talking to himself. Hallucinating, even. Maybe it's the crushing heat.and more »

Resurgence of Papyrus plant poses potential ecological benefits - Daily News Egypt

2014-07-23
Resurgence of Papyrus plant poses potential ecological benefitsDaily News EgyptGaudet's book was issued in mid-June by the New York publisher Pegasus. The first part of the book deals with papyrus in ancient Egypt when it helped shape the course of history and modern civilisation. The second part deals with people, ancient and ...

We Get to See Director's Cuts of Our Favorite Movies. Why Not an "Author's Cut ... - The New Republic

2014-07-18
We Get to See Director's Cuts of Our Favorite Movies. Why Not an "Author's Cut ...The New RepublicAccording to Burgess, who grumbled openly and at length about the omission, his New York publisher found that original ending too “Kennedyan,” when what they really wanted was “a Nixonian book with no shred of optimism in it.” So for nearly 25 years, ...and more »