Tag: Classics

  • 25 Best ’90s Movies That Were Instant Classics

    25 Best ’90s Movies That Were Instant Classics

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    A true adaptation of the novel, this is the movie to watch if you want a truly dark, rich vampire movie. Plus, it’s directed by Francis Ford Coppola, so you should watch it even if you’re not in the mood for that.  English lawyer Jonathan Harker travels to Transylvania to meet a new client, to…

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  • Billy Strings, Chris Thile Play Bluegrass Classics on Saturday Sessions

    Billy Strings, Chris Thile Play Bluegrass Classics on Saturday Sessions

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    Virtuosic guitar picker and mandolin master perform “I Am a Pilgrim,” “Wild Bill Jones,” and “I’ve Been All Around This World” on CBS Saturday Morning Fresh off Billy Strings and Chris Thile’s first collaborative concert, the Grammy-winning bluegrass artists reconvened once again for a television audience as part of CBS Saturday Morning’s Saturday Sessions. For…

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  • Classics of Lesbian Cinema in “Sapph-O-Rama”

    Classics of Lesbian Cinema in “Sapph-O-Rama”

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    Alex BaraschCulture editor At the height of the pandemic, the Sundance Film Festival switched to a strictly virtual model. In-person screenings have since resumed, but the festival has the benefit of remaining (somewhat) accessible to audiences not physically in attendance. This week, its online ticketing system grants far-flung cinephiles access to Sundance’s signature array of…

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  • How ‘The Fall of the House of Usher’ Puts Its Twist on Edgar Allan Poe’s Classics

    How ‘The Fall of the House of Usher’ Puts Its Twist on Edgar Allan Poe’s Classics

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    SPOILER ALERT: This story contains spoilers for all eight episodes of “The Fall of the House of Usher,” now streaming on Netflix, and several works of Edgar Allan Poe that have been available to read for more than 150 years. Mike Flanagan never met a haunted house he didn’t want to peel back the wallpaper…

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  • How Comic Books Became Classics

    How Comic Books Became Classics

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    In September, 2023, Penguin Classics, the venerable publisher of elegant Anglophile editions and portable canonical texts—Robert Fagles’s translation of Virgil’s Aeneid, Thomas Hardy’s “The Mayor of Casterbridge”—released three books that push the term “classic” into new, contested territory: “X-Men,” “The Avengers,” and “Fantastic Four.” These handsome hardcovers, whose gilded edges make them look like collector’s…

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  • How To Build A Stylish Room Around The Neutral Classics (A Gray Sofa, Walnut Dining Table, And More) + Another Chance To Win A $2,000 Article Gift Card

    How To Build A Stylish Room Around The Neutral Classics (A Gray Sofa, Walnut Dining Table, And More) + Another Chance To Win A $2,000 Article Gift Card

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    2023 marks the seventh year of me working in this industry so I think it’s fair to say that I’ve seen my share of furniture companies wonderfully evolve while still maintaining their style and ethos…and others, sadly not. Article is one that I am consistently impressed by and even more so recently. Y’all if you…

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  • Jeff Staple Loves the Classics + the Contemporary Alike

    Jeff Staple Loves the Classics + the Contemporary Alike

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    Jeff Staple, born Jeffrey Ng, is a creative visionary who has created work that encompasses graphics, fashion, and footwear design, as well as brand marketing. He’s the founder of REED ART DEPARTMENT (or RAD, formerly known as Staple Design), where he’s worked on countless projects for clients that range from startup brands to Fortune 100…

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