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‘It’s our way of life’: Inuit decorators are reclaiming the tarnished sealskin craft

Published in Odd and Fun on 17th September 2017

Seal hunting is widely misinterpret, says a new wave of clothes designer, who are defying tastes with a merger of modern and traditional work First, she searched to institution, immersing herself in the Inuit habits of mitten and parka-making. Next, Victoria Kakuktinniq searched out the contemporary, foreman south to train in fashion design before is […]

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14 photos depict the deserted domesticateds of Chernobyl and the humans who want to save them.

Published in Odd and Fun on 17th September 2017

The dogs must have known something was wrong. As hours, then eras delivered, they must have waited by the door, listening to the town’s sudden silence, meditating when their captains would return home . In the early hours of April 27, 1986, the people of Pripyat were told to evacuate their city. Something had gone […]

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Play of Thrones: Battle of the Bastards is genuine cosmic comeuppance

Published in Odd and Fun on 16th September 2017

It was the most visceral and immersive duel hitherto, a horrible slurry of blood, clay and freshly-opened intestines and perfect catharsis for fans RIP Ramsay Bolton, enthusiastic sadist, skilled archer and widely resented Warden of the North. The prick deserved it. To his long index of crimes against humanity including gutting his own papa, gelding […]

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Damien Chazelle on La La Land: ‘Los Angeles is full of beings chasing dreams’

Published in Odd and Fun on 15th September 2017

The Whiplash director is tipped to net two seconds Oscar nomination as his third movie chiefs to Toronto film festival following delirious receipts at Venice and Telluride. He talks about swinging for the fences with his love letter to Hollywood, starring Emma Stone and Ryan Gosling For two years running, the cinema that opened the […]

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Ann Patchett:’ If novelists are to survive we must take responsibility for ourselves and our industry’

Published in Odd and Fun on 14th September 2017

The author discuss buying her own bookstore, the legacy of divorce and referring to herself in the third largest person In the windowpane above Ann Patchetts desk is a small steel and enamel sign that speaks: What good shall I do this day? This simple dictum is the engine of Patchetts world, both on the […]

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What This Person Did For His Dog Might Just Inspire You To Do The Same

Published in Odd and Fun on 14th September 2017

googletag.cmd.push( capacity() googletag.display( ‘VN_PG_DTAT_ATF’ ); ); If you have fur babes, then you’re maybe no stranger to bungling them rotten. Whether you shower them with squeaky playthings, invest in illusion bunks, or stop stockpiles of their favorite snacks on hand, you most likely go above and beyond for your four-legged sidekicks. My dog, for example, […]

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Moby:’ There were bags of drugs, I was having fornication with a stranger’

Published in Odd and Fun on 13th September 2017

He was the dispassionate, Christian dance music innovator but then Moby obtained success … Now hes coming clean Before I picked up Mobys brand-new memoir, Porcelain, I thought of him as a small, bald-pated, cheeky chappy who did tuneful dance music. I knew he had a few unconventional idea( wasnt he vegan? Hardcore Christian? Perhaps […]

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Janeane Garofalo is a tiny thought, but the air around her cracklings

Published in Odd and Fun on 12th September 2017

I think about all Garofalos combined ordeal on screen and stagecoach, and smile at how lucky I am to have seen her in the flesh One of my favourite nostalgic humors was released the whole way back in 1996, and while it rarely makes it on to the best-of registers, rely me, The Truth About […]

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We need to talk about culture appropriation: why Lionel Shriver’s speech touched a nerve

Published in Odd and Fun on 5th August 2017

Is it OK for white scribes to take on a black spokesperson? The assert that followed the American novelists address in Brisbane has shed new light on one of cultures hottest debates one that has hundreds of years of backstory and has sounded through literature, rap, stone and Hollywood movies Lionel Shriver knew she was […]

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He discovered cavity officers weren’t being adopted. So he grabbed a camera and got to work.

Published in Odd and Fun on 3rd August 2017

What comes to mind when “youre thinking about” a pit bullshit? If you’re friends with photographer Adam Goldberg, it’s likely a nose covered in peanut butter, a tongue sticking out, or a manager cocked to one side with a big smile. With every picture, Goldberg hopes to rewrite a detriment narrative about these sweet doggos […]

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