If you’re looking for a fun, breezy way to brush up on your Shakespeare before exams roll around, don’t bother dusting off that old Coles Notes pamphlet that’s stashed under your bed. Margaret Atwood’s Hag-Seed has got you covered.
At the end of the day, for someone who defined so much of what it means to be a pop/hip-hop superstar, I think it's fair to expect more.
Packed with quirky characters, eccentric humour, and plenty of pop culture references, this 1990s cult novel reads like The Omen mixed with Monty Python.
Keys collectively combines her classical piano style with soul, R&B, and hip-hop rhythms to create a masterpiece of eclectic and diverse tracks.
Ultimately, Drogas Light is a mixed bag with more highlights than failures, remaining a worthwhile standalone listen for Fiasco’s veteran fans and newcomers alike.
LGBTQ+ reimagining of A Midsummer Night’s Dream met with standing ovation on last night of show.
“... prisons are used to resolve or to hide all sorts of other kinds of social problems, but they don’t actually make communities or people safer.”— Brett Story, director of The Prison in Twelve Landscapes.
The memoir opens with Noah describing how he was “born a crime,” by which he means that he was the illegal result of an apartheid law that prohibited any sexual relationships between black and white people—a crime his parents had to publicly hide.