"The real power of song writing is that even if you’re writing about an experience that is of your life, the moment you start to write about it, you’re essentially creating a piece of fiction."
Ben Gibbard talks about Death Cab for Cuties´ new album "Kintsugi", its odd title and artwork, its broad sound by producer Rich Costey, and its therapeutic lyrics. Comes with insights on his failed marriage with Zoey Deschanel, his return to Seattle, and how devastated he really was. (HA) Camera Press
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"Meditation will soon be as much of a no-brainer as exercising"
The internet entrepreneur and Mind Candy founder who invented Moshi Monsters, the garish online “pets” that children could feed, tickle and play with, now suggests children should climb trees and play outside. Here he tells why he wrote his book Calm. (NI) Camera Press
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"I would have gone to Syria. What my parents did is they laid the foundation"
Ayaan Hirsi Ali, 45, grew up as a devout Muslim in Somalia, Saudi Arabia and Kenya. As a young woman she fled from an arranged marriage to Holland. Here she tells why the theology of Islam must be reformed, how her views on Islam have changed and why young people join Isis. (NI) LUZphoto
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"Compared to what the pope is saying today to cardinals and bishops, the book for which I was condemned is all piety."
Leonardo Boff, a Catholic theologian and key figure of Liberation theology, was condemned for decades by the Vatican. Now, he says, the pope himself is going beyond Liberation teachings. (WO) action press bildstelle
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"A lot of married couples think about open marriages but would never actually do it. When it was happening, my friends wanted the salacious details — they were saying: ‘I’d love to be able to date other women, call up old girlfriends’"
Scott Mansfield on the open marriage experiment his former wife Robin Rinaldi proposed and how her sex odyssey ended their marriage. (NI) action press
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"My mum was always the coolest dressed when she picked us up from school"
The multi-talented French model talks about bunnies, mummy-blogging and her new range of children’s clothes. (TMG) Camera Press
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"Music is a great solace to me and it’s something that I respond to emotionally very much in a way that I don’t to visual art. (Professor Richard Dawkins)"
Richard Dawkins and Tuomas Holopainen (Nightwish) on their musical joint venture and what (religious) music means to them. (NI) action press
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"I’m very headstrong in terms of how I want things to go, so I’ve made an effort to become more patient and compassionate"
After two marriages and three children, the star of The Fall and The X Files says she would not rule out another same sex romance - as long as her next relationship is The One. (TMG) action press
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"I used to think, as an actor, I had the best job in the world, but now I’ve discovered one better. There’s such a deep satisfaction involved being in control of a film."
He was as famous for his volatile outbursts as his Oscar win. Now 50, Crowe is back in the hot seat — directing his first film. Here he speaks about how sport and fatherhood have helped him calm down. (NI) Camera Press
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"As much as my character knows about financial dealings and how to make a lot of money, he really is completely ignorant about the rest of how the world works."
His latest film, ‘Get Hard’, is mired in controversy over racial humour but Ferrell insists he was aiming his fire at the elite. (BF) action press
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