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Celebration or Celebrations may refer to: a social gathering in honor of a specific person, day, or event
Pygmy Futurism | Beserker Yoga Revival | Narcoanthropology and Warfare | Gris-Gris R&D Division | Reactionary Ecology https://linktr.ee/StoneAgeHerbalist
Professor at Penn Law; Author of Fool Proof: How Fear of Playing the Sucker Shapes our Selves and the Social Order (HarperCollins, Feb. 2023)
John Whitney Stillman (born January 25, 1952) is an American writer-director and actor known for his 1990 film Metropolitan, which earned him a nomination for the Academy Award for Best Original Screenplay. He is also known for his other films, Barcelona (1994), The Last Days of Disco (1998), Damsels in Distress (2011), as well as his most recent film, Love & Friendship, released in 2016.
Deputy Chair of the Security Council of the Russian Federation. The President of Russia, 2008-2012. For tweets in Russian, follow @MedvedevRussia
Author of RUNAWAY: Notes on the Myths That Made Me | EIC @Salon | @SpaldingWriting faculty | Mastodon: http://journa.host/@eekshecried | IG/Hive: eekshecried
David Raymond Sedaris (; born December 26, 1956) is an American humorist, comedian, author, and radio contributor. He was publicly recognized in 1992 when National Public Radio broadcast his essay "Santaland Diaries.” He published his first collection of essays and short stories, Barrel Fever, in 1994. His next book, Naked (1997), became his first of a series of New York Times Bestsellers, and his 2000 collection Me Talk Pretty One Day won the Thurber Prize for American Humor. Much of Sedaris's humor is ostensibly autobiographical and self-deprecating and often concerns his family life, his middle-class upbringing in the suburbs of Raleigh, North Carolina, his Greek heritage, homosexuality, jobs, education, drug use, and obsessive behaviors, as well as his life in France, London, New York, and the South Downs in England. He is the brother and writing collaborator of actress Amy Sedaris. In 2019, Sedaris was elected to the American Academy of Arts and Letters.
Scott Allen Capurro (born December 10, 1962) is an American comedian, writer and actor based in San Francisco. His comedy material is deliberately provocative, referring often to gay life and culture, politics, race and racism, and popular culture. "I don't give a shit about those who don't like my work," he snaps. "I'm never going to win them over anyway, so why bother? My work is for a discerning audience who don't have knee-jerk responses."
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