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Miles Jupp and Tiny the dinosaur in Louth for Zer...
Here ae some of the treats in store. Friday June 21 Party in the Pews: Party time at St James’s Church! This is the launch event of the Zero Degrees Festival and promises to have something for...
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Have I Got News for You
George Christy Talks About Michelle Phillips, El ...
... is it. No more birthday parties!” An American beauty and among our favorite party hosts and guests, Michelle Phillips, actress (Knots Landing, etc), author, songwriter and songbird with The...
Read more at Beverly Hills Courier
Hot Picks: June 13-19
Turrell: Viewers are invited to "enter the light" in "James Turrell: The Light Inside," part of a nationwide celebration of his work. When: Through Sept. 22; Where: Museum of Fine Arts,...
Read more at Houston Chronicle
Museum of Fine Arts
Cynthia Woods Mitchell Pavilion
Hayley Westenra gets sleepy on new album
... over the cradle so that's how I sang them," says Westenra. "It's a huge honour to be part of the track and put my voice onto something that will be around for some time. Music is a...
Read more at The New Zealand Herald
Flurries and activities
... for two hours, cost $70 and are next on June 27 and July 25. Another way to warm the heart is to drink knowing you've done a good deed at the same time. Shebeen Bar, at 36 Manchester...
Read more at The Age
... and the occasionally awful bit of theatrical blunder. It's worth the risk to find art, to be amongst the rabble, ain't it? Just to get your blood flowing, as it were. Arcadia @...
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Quebec cracks down on Airbnb
For a mere $40 a night, visitors to Montreal can book a room in a trendy, art-filled loft not far from the city’s Old Port. The apartment’s tenant, Alan Ganev, will sleep on the couch. For double...
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D.C. Vocalist Emy Tseng on Bossa Nova, Bach, and ...
When Emy Tseng moved to D.C. in 2009, she had to adjust two new worlds: her day job at the Department of Commerce, and her nighttime role as a bossa nova and jazz vocalist in a new music scene. A...
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Reimagining vocational training
... massive student loans, will have more of their paychecks to pump back into the economy.
is the founder and CEO of Bullhorn, the global leader in recruiting software. He sits on...
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