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Monday, December 22, 2014

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Daily Book Review: 5 Books for the Literary and Lazy

BY ALEX BERNARD

Reading doesn’t have to be a chore though. It can be fun, like jet-skiing with Hillary Clinton or bungee-jumping from the St. Louis Arch. Or sleeping.

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Shadow-cast 'Rocky Horror Picture Show' to premiere at East Quad

BY CAROLINE FILIPS

This is the RC’s first performance of “Rocky Horror,” and LSA sophomore Katrina Hamann's directorial debut with the shadow-casted rendition of the show.

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Daily Book Review: “We Should Hang Out Sometime”

BY ALEX BERNARD

In a book with a defined ceiling, it’s refreshing to find an author accepting his limitations who only delivers where he can. Sundquist writes a simple book with simple sentences, but stories produce an unexpected sincerity and depth.

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Shteyngart to discuss satirical memoir 'Little Failure'

BY GILLIAN JAKAB

"Just have fun. I suffered for 42 years so people can have a lot of fun reading about it. That’s my hope. Enjoy my suffering."

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Basement Arts opens season with 'Night of Laughs'

BY ALEX BERNARD

This Friday and Saturday, Basement Arts puts up its first show of the school year: “A Night of Laughs: An Evening of Comedic One Acts” after just two weeks of rehearsals.

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A beginner’s guide to the world of comics

DC Comics

BY DREW MARON

Few popular mediums have had as much impact on the 20th century as comic books, yet despite their influence on popular culture, the actual success of comics and the recognition of its creators are largely unknown.

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'Pick a Card' brings burlesque back to the Michigan Theater

BY KATHLEEN DAVIS

A 16-act burlesque variety show and multimedia experience, the event brought together a multitude of national and international performers in a one-night exploration of the mysticism of occult tarot cards.

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