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2014/11/23 02:59
2014/11/23 02:59
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Art installations ought to be commissioned out there in urban spaces Art exists in varied forms. If trees, mountains and landforms are nature’s art installations, paintings, sculpture, architecture...
2014/11/23 02:59
2014/11/23 02:59
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2014/11/21 14:13
2014/11/21 14:13
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In the latest episode of his web series The Trews, Brand argued: “Any system for chatting up women is in itself questionable. And one that’s sort of based on objectifying or undermining women I would...
2014/11/14 06:20
2014/11/14 06:20
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The authority is “looking at the possibility” of moving its 72 councillors and hundreds of staff from Swansea Civic Centre (also known as County Hall) to the nearby Guildhall. It has led to...
2014/11/06 16:43
2014/11/06 16:43
16d
VIEW ALL PHOTOS IN GALLERY Subscription ebook service Scribd is broadening its horizons — to audiobooks. The company has added 30,000 audiobooks to its library, making it the largest unlimited ebook...
2014/11/02 18:14
2014/11/02 18:14
20d
Why, on a philosophical level, has Facebook been so staggeringly successful? A startup that swelled into a multi billion dollar revenue generating business in a relatively short span of years, one...
2014/10/30 14:13
2014/10/30 14:13
23d
The classics professor’s attempt to buy a Corsa — “a nice, decidedly middle/lower market car aimed at people who don’t think of themselves as sexy” — was stalled by a brochure plastered with slogans...
2014/10/26 23:06
2014/10/26 23:06
27d
LOVE. Death. How to be successful. Ande Roestenburg believes the answers to life’s most significant questions have for too long only been accessible to the “elite”. She’s the director of a new...
2014/10/26 02:47
2014/10/26 02:47
28d
YOU won’t have heard of David Willis. You could have — indeed, you should have — were he not a rolled gold lunatic. Willis is an American tourist who 10 days ago found himself locked in a bookstore...
2014/10/24 13:20
2014/10/24 13:20
29d
Rock, jazz, theatre, circus and much more ... Melbourne to buzz with many and varied activities. CLASSICAL Tomorrow's Tognetti's Beethoven concert combines three of the influential German composer's...
2014/10/24 13:01
2014/10/24 13:01
29d
The Best Food Talks, Classes, Supperclubs and Quizzes In London “The belly rules the mind” – Spanish proverb. There’s much more to London’s food scene than restaurants and pop-ups. Taking place each...
2014/11/23 02:59
2014/11/23 02:59
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