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Thursday, July 21, 2011

The Game of Thrones author visits his realm

The madness for King George
The immense appeal of George R. R. Martin's storytelling relies, in part, on the innate thrill of the mechanics of power.
By: EUGENIA WILLIAMSON  |  July 22, 2011


Beach reads that don't suck
Summer reading that stands the test of time
Busy Monsters
Chapter 1, excerpted from the novel by William Giraldi
Summer fiction
Hot type
The Game of Thrones author visits his realm
The madness for King George
The Night Circus
Excerpted from the novel by Erin Morgenstern
The Oracle Engine
Excerpted from the short story by M.T. Anderson


Review: Tamarind House
A gentle step down from our fiercest traditional Thai restaurants


Dog years
Hipster fart jokes
Big Fat Whale
Midsummer Guide
Roller coasters, summer jams, beach reads, and other adventures


Review: La Rafle
The psyche of Hitler
Review: Snow Flower and the Secret Fan
Chinese women of the past and present
Review: The Arbor
Clio Barnard tells Andrea Dunbar's cursed story

Movies Continued

Review: The Tree
Adjusting to loss
Review: Winnie the Pooh
Disney dusts off the bear of little brain


Cool noise
Our DJ spins you a handpicked soundtrack to your summer
Crystal Antlers | Two-Way Mirror
Recreation Ltd. (2011)
Lil B | I'm Gay (I'm Happy)
Amalgam Digital (2011)
Reptar | Oblangle Fizz, Y'all
Vagrant Records (2011)
The Cool Kids | When Fish Ride Bicycles
Green Label Sound (2011)


Murdoch & Son
A Scandal of Vatican Proportions
Showtime for New Boston
With the Urban League conference coming next week, Boston's movers and shakers are scrambling to project a progressive racial image
Straddling deviancy
Letters to the Boston editor, July 22, 2011


Crossword: ''IMHO''
Honestly, there's no more fitting group
Down the Tubes
Because you can only spend so much time reading Dan Brown novels on the beach

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