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Poem of the week: The Bluff by Jamie McKendrick A sharply observed portrait of a comically foreign creature is shadowed by unease about its futureThe BluffThe newt that plays so delicately deadmust be on the qui vive unless terrorjust flicks the switch. Its limbs go limp,Its upturned orange underbelly
The Guardian | 2 hours, 47 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Why the Toronto Raptors' title is a victory for the NBA, Canada ... and the US As basketball expands around the world it helps educate those abroad and at home that other cultures are not to be fearedFolklore tells us that if you can see your initials in a spiders web, you have good fortune ahead. Maybe the NBA saw their initials in
The Guardian | 2 hours, 47 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Womens football has come a long way but misogyny is still not beaten | Sean Ingle While much progress has been made in recent decades todays female coaches can still recount grim tales of sexismHere is something I was unaware of until recently. When England took part in the second unofficial womens World Cup in Mexico in 1971, they pla
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'I'm pretty good': Gary Woodland holds off Koepka and Rose to win first major at US Open video GaryWoodlandheld his nerve to claim his first major with a three-shot victory at the US Open on Sunday, bringing Brooks Koepka's two-year reign to an end.Woodlandhad not managed a top-10 finish in his first 27 majors before last year's P
The Guardian | 3 hours, 29 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
Football transfer rumours: Neymar to leave PSG? Todays fluff despises that throwaway feeling Paul Pogbas casual admission that it could be a good time to have a new challenge somewhere else gets every English newspaper excited, though the Mirror says that Manchester United will adopt a hardline stance,
The Guardian | 3 hours, 33 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
The Wizard of Oz at 80: how the world fell under its dark spell The 1939 classic has inspired everyone from David Lynch to Salman Rushdie. Novelist and super-fan Luiza Sauma explores why the films message about home still holds such powerEighty years ago, in the summer of 1939, 16-year-old Judy Garland appeared on cin
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Are horror's audience-baiting puzzles detracting from the plot? Both Brightburn and Midsommar leave clues for fans to follow, but theres a danger its leading them down a rabbit holeLooking to establish an evil horror cult? The first thing you will need is a good graphics department. It used to be that a trusty pentang
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City of Girls by Elizabeth Gilbert review hymn to female desire The Eat, Pray, Love authors tale of sexual awakening in 40s New York is sassy, warm and rich in period detailTo the 15 million global readers of her travel memoir, Eat, Pray, Love, Elizabeth Gilbert has become a kind of guru and star of her own multi-seas
The Guardian | 3 hours, 47 minutes ago | comment? | recommend
USA aim golf-clap at their celebration critics and show their steel Carli Lloyd celebrated her goals on Sunday like she was on the links. And while her team are scary in attack the quality of their defence is still a mysteryIn a result that surprised no one, the US womens national team punched past Chile to secure a spot
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John Setka threatens to halt CFMMEU donations to Labor and vows to pursue leakers Union boss says he will mount a legal challenge against moves to expel him from Labor partyThe embattled union boss John Setka has threatened to halt CFMMEU donations to Labor, said he would mount a legal challenge against moves to expel him from the part
The Guardian | 3 hours, 57 minutes ago | comment? | recommend