Thank you, Chris for bringing Captain America to life

By Keith Pereña

It was only last weekend when actor Chris Evans shook Twitter with a long tweet. In the tweet Evans said that he’s officially done filming for Avengers 4 – the finale to the grandiose cinematic experience that was Avengers: Infinity War. Since that tweet fans like myself knew what was coming – the end of an era, the home stretch for a beloved character.

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Banksy did it for charity. How’s that for creative destruction?

By Suresh Pattali

I was kind of tense. I had been sitting in this coffee shop by the Thames for quite a while. The cool breeze wafting across me and the enchanting view of a flock of seagulls cawing over tourist boats failed to calm me down. He still hadn’t turned up. It’s well past the time we had agreed upon. At the nearby tables, customers relaxed reading up tabloids and enjoying free WiFi. The heady aroma of coffee, which I had been breathing in for more than an hour, was becoming unbearable. The Thames joint as a meeting point, instead of any arty-farty gallery cafe, was chosen by him as he wanted to be away from the prying eyes of the media. My laptop and I were like Vladimir and Estragon waiting for Godot. Will he turn up? Will he be able to recognise me? How will he greet me    with a hug, a pat, or a long handshake? I tried to figure out different scenarios that could unfold when two long-lost classmates meet after a couple of decades.

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