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JUL 02, 2015 - ArchDaily

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Michael Graves on Discovering Architecture, the Rewards of Practice and the Most Important Element of Design

When he passed away in March, Michael Graves left a design legacy stretching back 50 years and encompassing some of the most dramatic changes in architecture of the late 20th and early 21st centuries. In this interview, conducted in 2012 for her new e-book "Celebrity Designers: 50 Interviews on Design, Architecture, and Life," Maria Spassov quizzes Graves on his career, from the first ...

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JUL 02, 2015 - Time

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How to Be a Genius: 5 Secrets From Experts

Want to know how to be a genius? There are five things you can learn from looking at those who are the very best.   1) Be Curious And Driven For his book Creativity, noted professor Mihaly Csikszentmihalyi did interviews with 91 groundbreaking individuals across a number of disciplines, including 14 Nobel Prize winners. In…

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JUL 01, 2015 - Time

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JUN 29, 2015 - Time

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Watch the First Trailer for I Am Chris Farley

The film chronicles Farley’s life, and includes vintage footage, home videos, and interviews with numerous celebrities

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JUN 26, 2015 - New Statesman

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The Kiwi cricket team thrilled us because they tried to recapture the naivety of childhood games

Ed Smith celebrates the free spirit of the New Zealand cricket team. New Zealand's Martin Guptill catches out England's Joe Root. Photo: Paul Ellis/AFP/Getty Images Why is this New Zealand cricket team so thrilling and uplifting to watch? Because they are naive, gloriously and successfully naive. Not tactically naive (far from it) but psychologically naive. And they work at it. ...

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