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  • Crystal, limestone, volcanic rock, ice - these beautiful caves are a geology buff's dream, and a great place to visit for any traveler!

    27 Amazing Natural Caves (PHOTOS)

  • From pantomime horses in Manchester to a film buff's fantasy at the Whitstable Biennale, here's the week in art shows up and down the country

    This week's new exhibitions

  • This week, Lonely Planet's Tom Hall offers advice on whether to book flights while the ash cloud threat remains, a history buff's trip to Germany, and travelling in southern India

    Ask Tom - your travel dilemmas answered

  • Philip Larkin has survived his brief exile from literary fashion as a middle-aged misanthrope with too pronounced a taste for pornography, to emerge unreservedly as the poetry buff's favourite poet of the past 50 years.

    Stations and poets: Poetry in Motion | Editorial

  • Based on graphic novels, it's a sci-fi buff's delight, telling the droll story of an agent hired by unseens forces to combat alien incursions with the help of a new sidekick and would-be artist.

    Michael Giltz: DVDs -- Life On Mars and Those Clever Brits

  • Seriously... that is a movie buff's absolute dream, having those guys in your midst all the time. solarguardian

    Peter Jackson Says Spielberg’s Tintin Has Finished Filming, Computer Animation Will Take Two Years, Updates on Hobbit | /Film

  • The festival's daily schedule, which includes at least 20 films, tests the dedicated film buff's mathematical and logistical ingenuity.

    GreenCine Daily: PIFF Dispatch. 1.

  • From Kazuyo Sejima and Ryue Nishizawa's diaphanous Dior building -- as elegant and sexy as a silk slip -- to Jun Aoki's silver-mesh Louis Vuitton store to Kengo Kuma's wood-slatted headquarters for LVMH, Omotesando is a design buff's street of dreams.

    REDESIGNING THE WORLD

  • Frank's caricatures are not just hilarious because they look funny; they appeal specifically to the film buff's experience and memory of a movie, a scene, a performance.

    Archive 2006-10-08

  • Probably owing to its erotic candor, LA TOUR DE NESLE was never released in America, so it is extremely difficult to see here -- but it's a classic of its kind and an essential addition to any self-respecting film buff's education.

    Archive 2006-08-20

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