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    The NYRB Summer Sale ends in a few hours http://t.co/mVlwmwjGfE
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      A documentary on Pedro E. Guerrero, the photographer and collaborator of Frank Lloyd Wright, premieres September 18 http://t.co/isLDVXj9TQ
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        Listen to Oliver Sacks’s 2009 lecture “Hallucinations” at @livefromthenypl http://t.co/vx9qF0Qo1F
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          A stunning array of illustrated books made for Jews from the medieval to the present http://t.co/sZ3jEBMxbF http://t.co/E1XpcrCT18
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            “I went to the cinema in the afternoon, secretly fleeing from home…” Italo Calvino on the movies of his youth: http://t.co/w1YJAPo2Mv
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              Weekend reading: The Pope and the Planet (via @NYTNow) http://t.co/j6yRPgvKXl http://t.co/UPrOvhjwGj
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                A new 35mm restoration of Eric Rohmer’s ‘The Marquise of O’ starts today at @BAMcinematek http://t.co/Bhr1J1ugVc
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                  Francine Prose on ‘The Brink’ http://t.co/gkW8i5xwn0
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                    ‘Army of Shadows,’ Jean-Pierre Melville’s masterpiece, is back at @FilmForumNYC http://t.co/KzuRa3GyqR
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                      From Charles Resnikoff’s ‘Testimony: The United States (1885-1915): Recitative’ http://t.co/XfKBX1m1Yz http://t.co/uClRQs0vOk
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                        “I know of nothing like it in literature.” Charles Simic on Charles Reznikoff’s epic poem Testimony http://t.co/XfKBX1m1Yz
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                          The Pope and the Planet: @BillMcKibben on Francis’s sweeping, radical critique of how we live http://t.co/Wmga6fw0O1
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                            “Love, like the warm summer months, may not last.” Or so suggest two song cycles by Mahler and Berlioz at @LoftOpera http://t.co/49fETVq2Xq
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                              At least 80 journalists have been murdered in Mexico since 2000 http://t.co/5Njd1rFPs4
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                                Elizabeth Drew measures up the 2016 candidates, from plausible to preposterous http://t.co/e1bLHIWTb4
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                                  Homer’s Iliad, compressed into a 100-minute performance for one actor @HVShakespeare http://t.co/5cRAkalzjg
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                                    The execution-style murder of Rubén Espinosa raises new fears that reporters are no longer safe even in Mexico City http://t.co/5Njd1rFPs4