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Norwich Evening News 24
Set sail on a theatrical adventure at a Norwich theatrestaged at the St John’s Alley venue. The production opens tomorrow and runs unt
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 2 hours ago
staged at the St John’s Alley venue. The production opens tomorrow and runs until September 2. Arthur Ransome’s classic book tells of the adventures of siblings John, Susan, Titty and Roger, who set sail on their beloved boat, Swallow, for the... Read more
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Rutland Herald
Art imitates Rutland: Comics past honored1960s and early 1970s, the Rutland Halloween Parade met pop art: Real people dr
Rutland Herald / Posted 4 hours ago
1960s and early 1970s, the Rutland Halloween Parade met pop art: Real people dressed as fictional superheroes, while comic books featured fictional superheroes in the real parade. On Friday, a small museum dedicated to the parade, the comic books... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Catherine Cookson's undiscovered memoir reveals struggles behind her successShe became one of the UK's best known novelists, selling more than 120 million
Daily Mirror / Posted 3 days ago
She became one of the UK's best known novelists, selling more than 120 million copies of the around 100 books she wrote throughout her life. But hidden behind the success, which also earned her being made a dame, was a woman who privately wrangled... Read more
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Austin Daily Herald
Needs of a human: Bergen’s book springs from need to belongthings that prevent them from being happy — tragedies, gossip, and the secrets
Austin Daily Herald / Posted 3 days ago
things that prevent them from being happy — tragedies, gossip, and the secrets families hold — help build and push the book forward. A native of Truman, Minnesota, Bergen, 75, was raised on a dairy farm by her father, Ed Geistfeld, who ran the... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
How to convert your attic into a beautiful new spaceLofty ambitions: | Daily Telegraph Erina Starkey, Home writer, The Daily Tele
Daily Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
Lofty ambitions: | Daily Telegraph Erina Starkey, Home writer, The Daily Telegraph MOVING up is proving a more desirable option than moving out for an increasing number of space-challenged... Read more
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New York Post
The Beatles were so great because of something called ‘skiffle’many British pop singers tended to be crooners,” Billy Bragg tells The Post. Th
New York Post / Posted 6 days ago
many British pop singers tended to be crooners,” Billy Bragg tells The Post. The folk-rocker has just released his new book “Roots, Radicals and Rockers,” which chronicles the forgotten genre. “Skiffle musicians were the first generation of... Read more
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Channel 8 San Diego
Outrage Over Walmart 'Back-to-School' Sign on Gun Displayback-to-school sign on a display of rifles at a Walmart and folks are outraged.
Channel 8 San Diego / Posted 6 days ago
back-to-school sign on a display of rifles at a Walmart and folks are outraged. Couple Says Peeping Tom Crawled Into Their Attic, Drilled Holes to Watch Them in BedroomCouple Says Peeping Tom Crawled Into Their Attic, Drilled Holes to Watch Them in... Read more
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Daily Mail
Stephen King former home where he wrote Pet Sematary is on the marketwas where author Stephen King, 69, was inspired to write his 1983 novel Pet Sem
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
was where author Stephen King, 69, was inspired to write his 1983 novel Pet Sematary King said he got the idea for the book after his daughter Naomi's cat was knocked down and killed by a car He imagined a child getting hit on the same stretch... Read more
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The News & Observer
He wants to take his performance poetry to the next level, and he’ll need lots of dictionariesbehind and never picked up,” Vitiello said. “I thought, ‘I have to do something
The News & Observer / Posted 7 days ago
behind and never picked up,” Vitiello said. “I thought, ‘I have to do something with this. How can I just put it in the attic?’ I’d always wanted to write street poetry, so it’s been a good match.” ArtPrize reportedly drew more than 500,000... Read more
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Daily Mail
AA Milne uncovered as propaganda writer in First World WarWinnie The Pooh author AA Milne's life as propaganda writer shaming the 'Hun Co
Daily Mail / Posted 7 days ago
Winnie The Pooh author AA Milne's life as propaganda writer shaming the 'Hun Corpse Factory' in WWI is uncovered in a book of poems that was saved from destruction The Green Book will be displayed at the Royal Signals Museum in Dorset It was... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
Lessons from a first-time yard salein at least five years that we sold for $1 — our target was down to $100. We th
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 10 days ago
in at least five years that we sold for $1 — our target was down to $100. We then quickly fetched 45 cents for a paperback book after the woman negotiated me down from $1 and then realized she only had one quarter and four nickels. “Take it,” I... Read more
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Bolton News
Rare chance to step back into past and visit places which are normally closed to publicChurch in Darcy Lever will also be opening their doors. During the open days,
Bolton News / Posted 12 days ago
Church in Darcy Lever will also be opening their doors. During the open days, people will have the rare chance to view the attic space where Samuel Crompton allegedly hid the spinning mule during an outbreak of machine-breaking in the late 1700s,... Read more
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TribLIVE
Princess Diana documentary will air despite pleas from her family and friendsHarry was born.” Critics called the airing of the clips intrusive. Dickie Arb
TribLIVE / Posted 12 days ago
Harry was born.” Critics called the airing of the clips intrusive. Dickie Arbiter, author of “On Duty with the Queen,” a book about his years as press secretary at Buckingham Palace, said airing the recordings was “exploitive.” “We don't need to... Read more
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The Herald News
New details revealed of Lizzie Borden's right-hand manBorden died, he became the executor of her will.” During the trial of Lizzie B
The Herald News / Posted 13 days ago
Borden died, he became the executor of her will.” During the trial of Lizzie Borden and the many newspaper stories and books that followed, a photo or sketch of Cooke is not known to have been published in newspapers or books — except for one... Read more
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chroniclelive
Diary of military wife reveals the horrors of life during the Second World WarA diary detailing the horrors of life during the Second World War has been publ
chroniclelive / Posted 13 days ago
A diary detailing the horrors of life during the Second World War has been published after it was found in an attic. Evelyn Shillington was married to Rex, a major in the Royal Ordnance Depot of the British Army, and accompanied him all around the... Read more
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The New Yorker
Susan Howe’s Patchwork PoemsHowe, the Brahmin historian and Harvard Law School professor, who in his youth
The New Yorker / Posted 14 days ago
Howe, the Brahmin historian and Harvard Law School professor, who in his youth clerked for Oliver Wendell Holmes. Two bookshelves faced off in the family study: Howe’s mother’s books, “almost all Irish,” filled one, and her father’s “histories... Read more
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TribLIVE
Hear the Civil War story in ‘Voices From The Attic’Hear the Civil War story in 'Voices From The Attic' | TribLIVE Obituaries Fron
TribLIVE / Posted 14 days ago
Hear the Civil War story in 'Voices From The Attic' | TribLIVE Obituaries Front Bridgeville Area NewsSewickley HeraldMurrysville StarSouth Hills RecordThe HeraldHampton JournalShaler JournalPine Creek JournalTriblive Online Only Hear the Civil War... Read more
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The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press
Colson Whitehead Discusses 'Underground Railroad' And More In Bridgehampton During Fridays At FiveI would mess it up. And so I waited. And every couple years I would pull out my
The Southampton Press & The East Hampton Press / Posted 15 days ago
I would mess it up. And so I waited. And every couple years I would pull out my notes and wonder, ‘Am I ready to take this book on?’ And every time, the answer was no. And this went on until about three years ago. “I mentioned it to my editor, and... Read more
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PR.com
Golareh Safarian's Children's Book "Gogi & Mogi Go to the Garden" Gets Another Four-Star Review Gogi and Mogi�s adventure proves that, by working together, solving problems
PR.com / Posted 16 days ago
Gogi and Mogi�s adventure proves that, by working together, solving problems not only can be done, but can be fun. Pasadena, CA, August 01, 2017... Read more
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Daily Mail
Golden Years: Striking photographs of a fresh-faced David Bowiewho did Bowie's first shoot at his studio near Oxford Street The extraodinary
Daily Mail / Posted 16 days ago
who did Bowie's first shoot at his studio near Oxford Street The extraodinary images were discovered in Mr Fearnley's attic, having been stowed away for decades Previously unseen early pictures of David Bowie have been unveiled in a new book... Read more
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The Courier Mail
Terrifying find: Stranger in atticbut it felt like five minutes and I put it all together.” Someone had been wat
The Courier Mail / Posted 19 days ago
but it felt like five minutes and I put it all together.” Someone had been watching her every move from above in the attic. Six months earlier, the bright-eyed 20-year-old had moved to one of the rainiest places in America; the small town of... Read more
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Denton Record-Chronicle
Options abound to escape heatbeen that bad. We've only had seven days of 100-plus temperatures so far this y
Denton Record-Chronicle / Posted 19 days ago
been that bad. We've only had seven days of 100-plus temperatures so far this year. Talk about heat! Somewhere in the attic is a box of old clothes. Deep inside is a tattered T-shirt that says, "I survived the Summer of 1980." You should have... Read more
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The Suffolk Times
Column: A WWII mystery — Who made drawings?of documents and images is in the possession of Pat and John Kurpetski of Calve
The Suffolk Times / Posted 19 days ago
of documents and images is in the possession of Pat and John Kurpetski of Calverton. It was found by their son John in the attic of a house in Orlando, Fla. He gave it to them with the hope that, somehow, the family of the person who wrote the... Read more
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The Riverhead News-Review
A WWII mystery — Who made drawings?of documents and images is in the possession of Pat and John Kurpetski of Calve
The Riverhead News-Review / Posted 19 days ago
of documents and images is in the possession of Pat and John Kurpetski of Calverton. It was found by their son John in the attic of a house in Orlando, Fla. He gave it to them with the hope that, somehow, the family of the person who wrote the... Read more
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Officer.com
New Orleans Police Officer Shot for the Third Timethe stomach and in the shoulder. He likely would have drowned in Hurricane Kat
Officer.com / Posted 22 days ago
the stomach and in the shoulder. He likely would have drowned in Hurricane Katrina's floodwaters if he hadn't blasted his attic roof away. Then, early Monday morning, a bullet fired from a passing vehicle hit Abbott in the leg while he worked an... Read more
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Kiama Independent
How the Lost Diggers​ came back to lifeSunday Night to try and find the lost photos. Through dogged perseverance the
Kiama Independent / Posted 23 days ago
Sunday Night to try and find the lost photos. Through dogged perseverance the collection was eventually found in an attic of a French farmhouse in three trunks. Described as a treasure trove, the find included almost 4000 glass-plate... Read more
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Daily Mail
Fugitive killer Malcolm Naden bit the head off a tortoise in Dubbo zoomonths in a ZOO while evading police Double killer Malcolm Naden hid out in Du
Daily Mail / Posted 24 days ago
months in a ZOO while evading police Double killer Malcolm Naden hid out in Dubbo's Western Plains Zoo in late 2005 A new book reveals the secret hunt for Naden as he lived among lions and tigers Naden stole feed from the elephant enclosure and... Read more
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The Journal-Standard
Moving is as easy as who, what, why, where and whenme always comment about how organized I am. Well this move is taking its toll o
The Journal-Standard / Posted 27 days ago
me always comment about how organized I am. Well this move is taking its toll on me and I thought maybe I should write a book about what to do and what not to do when you move. When we moved to our present house 31 years ago, we were moved in,... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
These old video games are worth a fortune - time to check the attic - Liverpool Echo It is worth getting dusty to see what you have hiding away i
Liverpool Echo / Posted 28 days ago
- Liverpool Echo It is worth getting dusty to see what you have hiding away in the loft If your childhood is locked away in a cardboard box in the attic, it may be time to crack it... Read more
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NBC Los Angeles
Comic Con Palm SpringsSKIP THE CLOSET, and the trunk, and the storage room, and the attic. Don't even
NBC Los Angeles / Posted 30 days ago
SKIP THE CLOSET, and the trunk, and the storage room, and the attic. Don't even think about the drawer, and keep clear of any under-bed situation. It's your fantastic costume we're talking about here, the one that you'll be wearing at Comic-Con... Read more
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The Border Mail
Alyce’s funny little worldPlatt on Sale of the Century in 1989 “I remember I was working in my mum’s clo
The Border Mail / Posted 1 months ago
Platt on Sale of the Century in 1989 “I remember I was working in my mum’s clothing shop in Mountain Gate; I was reading a book and working in the shop; and my agent rang and said Grundys would like to audition you for the role of the co-host of... Read more
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The Courier
Alyce’s funny little worldPlatt on Sale of the Century in 1989 “I remember I was working in my mum’s clo
The Courier / Posted 1 months ago
Platt on Sale of the Century in 1989 “I remember I was working in my mum’s clothing shop in Mountain Gate; I was reading a book and working in the shop; and my agent rang and said Grundys would like to audition you for the role of the co-host of... Read more
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iol.co.za
Honey, if you keep snoring like that, I'm moving outto a hyperbaric chamber (ideally on a space ship). Problem: One of you likes t
iol.co.za / Posted 1 months ago
to a hyperbaric chamber (ideally on a space ship). Problem: One of you likes to read in bed every night, and the last "book" the other person read was the Cliff's Notes version of Jane Eyre in high school. Solution: I guess one of you could... Read more
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The Age
What to see this weekend: Top Sydney properties you won't want to missfacade. Inside, the semi seems to have an abundance of space, with indoor and
The Age / Posted 1 months ago
facade. Inside, the semi seems to have an abundance of space, with indoor and al fresco entertaining areas and plenty of book-reading nooks. Agent Nicholas McEvoy of BresicWhitney Hunters Hill says the architect-led renovation in 2005 has made... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
What to see this weekend: Top Sydney properties you won't want to missfacade. Inside, the semi seems to have an abundance of space, with indoor and
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 1 months ago
facade. Inside, the semi seems to have an abundance of space, with indoor and al fresco entertaining areas and plenty of book-reading nooks. Agent Nicholas McEvoy of BresicWhitney Hunters Hill says the architect-led renovation in 2005 has made... Read more
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Boston Globe
Here’s how Col. Robert Gould Shaw’s famed Civil War sword was lost and foundto scour through old documents and trace the journey of the weapon from its ori
Boston Globe / Posted 1 months ago
to scour through old documents and trace the journey of the weapon from its origins in England to its hiding place in the attic of a family home. The sword, long thought to have been lost, was used by Shaw in 1863 as he led the 54th Massachusetts... Read more
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Lake Placid News
Examining the secret life of dustit is because I have been reading "The Secret Life of Dust," By Hannah Holmes.
Lake Placid News / Posted 1 months ago
it is because I have been reading "The Secret Life of Dust," By Hannah Holmes. I was going to report on her more recent books, "Suburban Safari: A Year on the Lawn," and "The Human Animal," and perhaps I will next week, but today I am held in... Read more

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