Fran'ois Truffaut's name is by now synonymous with the French New Wave. The movement's birth was heralded when Truffaut printed his official manifesto against "le cinema de papa" in the journal Cahiers du Cinema. "A Certain Tendency in French Cinema," appearing in 1954, rocked the French film world's
Characterized by a careful combination of linear geometry and gentle curves and arcs, the designs of Hariri & Hariri display a clean, dynamic intensity, tightly structured in its elegance. Inspired by the holistic ideas of Eastern philosophy, the architects strive to integrate space and environment i
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For those who want more juice than the old-school Shankar offers, Akhtar represents the next generation. She backs up classic ghazal
"Who you callin' a bitch?" demands Queen Latifah in her song, "U. N. I. T. Y." -- and she expects an answer with respect. This performer has been many things in her life: singer, hip-hop goddess, actress, feminist, impresario. Perhaps she's even been a bitch, but make no mistake -- all roles have bee