It wasn’t that long ago that rom coms ruled the box office. Seven of the top 10 highest grossing rom coms were released between 2000 and 2009, according to comScore. That includes hits such as “My Big Fat Greek Wedding,” “What Women Want” and “Hitch,” all which made more than $175 million domestically.
In June of 1999, I decided to spend the summer finishing the damn writing book let Susan Moldow and Nan Graham at Scribner decide if it was good or bad, I thought. I read the manuscript over, prepared for the worst, and discovered I actually sort of liked what I had. The road to finishing it seemed clear cut, too..
Ashkenaz’s intimate venue catered to the night’s small audience. Of those in the crowd, many seemed to know about the “Comedy at Ashkenaz!” monthly show beforehand. In fact, both audience members and comedians alike shared that they were either from Berkeley or surrounding areas.
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There’s nothing like taking a bad day at work or a fight with a significant other out on a run. Exercise is a scientifically backed way to lower your stress levels. Between the mood boosting endorphins, the pumped up music and the increased heart rate, you’re bound to get those frustrations out.
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Item Type:ArticleItem Status:Live ArchiveAbstractMartin Folkes (1690 1754) was Newton’s protg, an English antiquary, mathematician, numismatist and astronomer, who would in the latter part of his career become President of the Royal Society and the Society of Antiquaries at the same time. Folkes took a Grand Tour from 1732/3 to 1735, recording the Italian leg of his journey from Padua to Rome in his journal. This paper examines Folkes’s travel diary to analyse his intellectual development as a Newtonian and as a proponent of what I will term ‘antiquarian science’, a form of perigrination in which he used metrology to understand not only the aesthetics but the engineering principles of antique buildings and artefacts, as well as their context and place in the Italian landscape.