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Hours of Culture: Five things you should check out this week

Monday June 16 to Sunday June 22

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Bill Watterson- By now you may have heard that the Calvin and Hobbes creator recently made a secret return to comics. Now we know how it happened. (stephanpastis.wordpress.com)

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Alix Ohlin- The Montreal-born novelist’s essay on Tove Jansson and the Moomin books is not only a great reflection on the appeal of their strangeness, but of what makes children’s books captivating. (themillions.com)

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Comedians in Cars Getting Coffee- Season 4 of Jerry Seinfeld’s web series that casually digs in the lives and minds of comedians makes its premiere on Thursday and boasts a lineup that includes Aziz Ansari, Jon Stewart and Sarah Jessica Parker. (comediansincarsgettingcoffee.com)

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Brooklyn Baby- Lana Del Rey’s new single from her upcoming album, Ultraviolence, out June 17, is proof she can write a dreamy song maybe better than anyone. Also, it takes some great shots at hipsters. (youtube.com)

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Dumb and Dumber To- Two decades after Dumb and Dumber, Jeff Daniels and Jim Carrey return for a sequel that hits theatres Nov. 14. The first trailer is exactly as stupid as you’d expect, and funnier than you want to admit. (hollywoodreporter.com)

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