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Culture

Global culture, including music, art, film, music, the producers and the consumers, this is our entertainment section.

 
 Saving All My Love For YouSaving All My Love For You by The Ovi Team
October 26th 1985. Talent, good looks and connections in high places - that's a combination that might spell success for almost any aspiring pop star, and Whitney Houston had all three.
 
 Henry James and Edith WhartonHenry James and Edith Wharton by The Ovi Team
October 26th 1900, writer Henry James first writes to Edith Wharton, whom he will finally meet in 1903. Wharton, then 38, had published her first collection of stories, The Greater Inclination, the previous year. An enormous admirer of James, she modelled
 
 World Pasta DayWorld Pasta Day by The Ovi Team
World Pasta Day is the day which is celebrated on 25th October every year. The chief purpose of World Pasta Day is to encourage the nutritional and culinary advantages of the pasta. Eating the Italian food is pleasure of travelling in the Italy.
 
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 Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid by The Ovi Team
October 24th; on this day in 1969, Butch Cassidy and the Sundance Kid, starring Paul Newman and Robert Redford as a team of bank robbers in the Old West, opens in theatres around the United States.
 
 Should all literature be in English?Should all literature be in English? by Joseph Gatt
You're going to find a lot of good fiction works that are not in English. But when it comes to non-fiction, you're going to have a lot of trouble finding anything worth reading that is not in English...
 
 If You Leave Me NowIf You Leave Me Now by The Ovi Team
Chicago - one of history's most prolific rock bands - has its first #1 hit on October 23, 1976, with "If You Leave Me Now."
 
 Sartre and the Nobel PrizeSartre and the Nobel Prize by The Ovi Team
October 22nd 1964, Jean-Paul Sartre is awarded the Nobel Prize for literature, which he declines. In his novels, essays, and plays, Sartre advanced the philosophy of existentialism, arguing that each individual must...
 
 Dizzy GillespieDizzy Gillespie by The Ovi Team
October 21st 1917; an iconic figure in the history of jazz music who was instantly recognizable even to millions of non-jazz fans by his puffed-out cheeks and his trademark trumpet...
 
 Arthur RimbaudArthur Rimbaud by The Ovi Team
October 20th 1853. On this day, Arthur Rimbaud is born in Charleville, France. His father, an army officer, deserted the family when Rimbaud was six. Rimbaud was a brilliant student, and his first poem...
 
 Book review: Sartre's "Nausea"Book review: Sartre's "Nausea" by Joseph Gatt
There are really two ways of reading Sartre. One way to read him is to read his books like it's his point of view, one that you think is correct or incorrect, but that you don't necessarily want to follow.
 
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