Hipsterizing the Louvre, drawing Mansbridge, and ruling over Legoland: Bookishness for June 17, 2013

This could mean many things.
New research out of U of T shows that reading literary fiction makes us more comfortable with ambiguity.

Hipsters take over the Louvre

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Leo Caillard reimagines classic statues as contemporary hipsters.

Meet Toronto’s Legolord
Legoland is his kingdom.

Restaurants where you’d be better off without a date
onegin3…the better to focus on your book. Ten bookish restaurants around the world. Pictured here, New York’s City’s Onegin.

How to draw Peter Mansbridge
A challenge from CBC books.

About the author

Ange Friesen

Ange Friesen is among other things a librarian. She blogs about film and fashion at Cahiers du cinemode and about everything else at the new is the true.

By Ange Friesen