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“HE TOLD THEM eat a rainbow.” Major Dream and Robert Anderson are bent over the island bar of the Monastery Hotel in Old San Juan, laughing hysterically. They are telling the story of how Bitcoin billionaire Brock Pierce reacted when four _...Read More_
“HE TOLD THEM eat a rainbow.” Major Dream and Robert Anderson are bent over the island bar of the Monastery Hotel in Old San Juan, laughing hysterically. They are telling the story of how Bitcoin billionaire Brock Pierce reacted when four _...Read More_
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>"The Island of Happiness, by the French writer who coined the term ‘fairytales’, to include first English translation _...Read More_
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>"John William Waterhouse’s 1888 painting shows a woman caught between death and desperation, trapped by the tragedy of love. For musician and DJ Nabihah Iqbal, it reflects the struggle that women face to make themselves heard."
>"John William Waterhouse’s 1888 painting shows a woman caught between death and desperation, trapped by the tragedy of love. For musician and DJ Nabihah Iqbal, it reflects the struggle that women face to make themselves heard."
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>"The compendium has flipped the genders of our childhood princes and princesses, a simple switch-up that makes the stereotypes embedded in our traditions appear even more troubling, says our books columnist Ceri Radford"
>"The compendium has flipped the genders of our childhood princes and princesses, a simple switch-up that makes the stereotypes embedded in our traditions appear even more troubling, says our books columnist Ceri Radford"