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The Irish Times
Move over, Morrissey: the musicians who moonlight as writers, and vice versaPenguin Classic. Morrissey put the Smith into wordsmith and his lyrics are lit
Move over, Morrissey: the musicians who moonlight as writers, and vice versa
The Irish Times / Posted 8 minutes ago
Penguin Classic. Morrissey put the Smith into wordsmith and his lyrics are littered with literary references so his cultural jump is more of a step and less than a shock. In fact, he is far from the first singer or musician to have another... Read more
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Scotsman
Aidan Smith: Germany a completely different beast Head coach Jurgen Klinsmann, centre, celebrates a Germany goal with his then a
Aidan Smith: Germany a completely different beast
Scotsman / Posted yesterday
Head coach Jurgen Klinsmann, centre, celebrates a Germany goal with his then assistant, Joachim Low, left, who is now in charge of the national team. Picture: AFP/Getty THE German national team are a... Read more
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This is West Country
Banksy's Dismaland- What happened when we went along...offers from people wanting the Tropicana site afterwards. Some are ridiculous b
Banksy's Dismaland- What happened when we went along...
This is West Country / Posted 2 days ago
offers from people wanting the Tropicana site afterwards. Some are ridiculous but there have been some great ones like a cultural arts centre. "The future is very positive." I walked around the site one last time and conveniently, it started to... Read more
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The Irish Times
Declan Kiberd on his star pupil Joseph O’Connor: laureate of a lost generationJoseph O’Connor: He has always loved plots which are driven by musical numbers
Declan Kiberd on his star pupil Joseph O’Connor: laureate of a lost generation
The Irish Times / Posted 3 days ago
Joseph O’Connor: He has always loved plots which are driven by musical numbers or ballad forms –Star of the Sea being the brilliant Exhibit A. He has returned in this latest novel to that lost world of the 1980s – whose laureate he surely became... Read more
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Daily News
SL must work out its own reconciliation frameworkof respect to the country but also as a mark of respect to Lakshman for all tha
SL must work out its own reconciliation framework
Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
of respect to the country but also as a mark of respect to Lakshman for all that he achieved and accomplished. He was a brilliant lawyer, and I know a thing about brilliant lawyers as I am married to one. He was a distinguished statesman and he... Read more
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Independent
The Silk Roads that trace civilisation: Long before the West rose to power, Asian pathways were connecting peoples and placesof happiness." I immediately recognised that this was exactly the story that I
The Silk Roads that trace civilisation: Long before the West rose to power, Asian pathways were connecting peoples and places
Independent / Posted 3 days ago
of happiness." I immediately recognised that this was exactly the story that I had been told: the mantra of the political, cultural and moral triumph of the west. But this account was flawed; there were alternative ways of looking at history – ones... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Reflecting on the death of my brother, the arsonistbusinesses and causing a large building to be torn down. He tried to burn down
Reflecting on the death of my brother, the arsonist
The Globe and Mail / Posted 8 days ago
businesses and causing a large building to be torn down. He tried to burn down Holy Trinity Anglican Church, the Ukrainian Cultural Centre and sweet little St. James Anglican Church (Manitoba’s oldest wooden church). He succeeded in destroying the... Read more
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New Kerala
O.P. Jindal Global University VC conferred P.N. Bhagwati Awardand institution building at the Capital Foundation Annual Lecture and Award Cer
O.P. Jindal Global University VC conferred P.N. Bhagwati Award
New Kerala / Posted 9 days ago
and institution building at the Capital Foundation Annual Lecture and Award Ceremony held today at the India Islamic Cultural Centre. Congratulating Raj Kumar, Vinod Sethi, secretary general of the Capital Foundation Society, described him... Read more
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Daily Liberal
What's On this weekend | August 21-23be available in the cellar door. ►Saturday, August 22 - The Paris Underground
What's On this weekend | August 21-23
Daily Liberal / Posted 10 days ago
be available in the cellar door. ►Saturday, August 22 - The Paris Underground at the Dubbo Regional Theatre and Convention Centre starting at 8pm. Enter the Paris Underground and journey through the dark delights of the city of light. Witness... Read more
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Evening Standard
E20 vision: why the Olympic district is London's hippest new postcodeit incorporates the Olympic Park —— the stadium, the twisted red ArcelorMittal
E20 vision: why the Olympic district is London's hippest new postcode
Evening Standard / Posted 10 days ago
it incorporates the Olympic Park —— the stadium, the twisted red ArcelorMittal Orbit and the acclaimed Zaha Hadid Aquatics Centre — as well as parts of Stratford, Homerton, Leyton and Bow. It’s bordered by Hackney Wick, where the post-Olympic boom... Read more
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BBC News
A showgirl's story of sequins and censorship in Shanghaitheir future venue, it certainly did when they found themselves submitting Fran
A showgirl's story of sequins and censorship in Shanghai
BBC News / Posted 11 days ago
their future venue, it certainly did when they found themselves submitting Frank Sinatra lyrics to be vetted by the local cultural department. Amelia Kallman and Norman Gosney opened the first cabaret nightclub of its kind in Shanghai in... Read more
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The Times & The Sunday Times
This tooth is for turningsavoury desires. How lucky then to get wind of a curry joint I hadn't yet trie
This tooth is for turning
The Times & The Sunday Times / Posted 11 days ago
savoury desires. How lucky then to get wind of a curry joint I hadn't yet tried. It's inside the always odd Dunkeld West Centre on Jan Smuts Avenue. Tucked behind the goodish butcher, and thankfully far away from the famously bad fishmonger, is... Read more
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Business Standard India
Nilanjana S Roy: Lost and found girlsand the planet is split into four independent enclaves. The enclaves do not com
Nilanjana S Roy: Lost and found girls
Business Standard India / Posted 13 days ago
and the planet is split into four independent enclaves. The enclaves do not communicate between themselves; dominating the centre of the planet is The Zone - "a giant arena for a continuous, savage and immensely popular cycle of war games". The... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Visiting the Birth Place of Saul Msanecentury icon Saul Msane. He was a newspaperman, politician, chess boffin, bass
Visiting the Birth Place of Saul Msane
AllAfrica.com / Posted 16 days ago
century icon Saul Msane. He was a newspaperman, politician, chess boffin, bass singer, one of the founders of the ANC and a brilliant Zulu writer. Subsequently writer Thapelo Mokoatsi visited Msane's birthplace in Pietermaritzburg, following an... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
A life in feuds: how Gore Vidal gripped a nationthat stream and swam vigorously, often against the current. And his wide knowle
A life in feuds: how Gore Vidal gripped a nation
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 16 days ago
that stream and swam vigorously, often against the current. And his wide knowledge of the world informed his work – the brilliant historical novels, especially Burr (about Aaron Burr, a founding father) and Julian, about the fourth-century Roman... Read more
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Mail & Guardian
Silence talks with a powerful voicesynonymous with complicity or cowardice. But silence can also be an instrument
Silence talks with a powerful voice
Mail & Guardian / Posted 17 days ago
synonymous with complicity or cowardice. But silence can also be an instrument of resistance. Neelika Jayawardane, in her brilliant essay, A World Doped on Words, on director Erik Gandini and cinematographer Tarik Saleh’s documentary on Guantánamo... Read more
17d
Western Advocate
Child killed in car crashof students across all years at the college. Visitors, friends and family are
Child killed in car crash
Western Advocate / Posted 17 days ago
of students across all years at the college. Visitors, friends and family are welcome for what should be a memorable and cultural evening. St Stanislau's College is located at 220 Bentinck Street and the show is on from 4-7pm. KICK off your... Read more
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Evening Standard
Edinburgh Fringe: why up-and-coming comedians are making serious bucksmedia as helping the new generation of comics to get ahead. ‘My breaks didn’t c
Edinburgh Fringe: why up-and-coming comedians are making serious bucks
Evening Standard / Posted 17 days ago
media as helping the new generation of comics to get ahead. ‘My breaks didn’t come from Twitter, like they did for some brilliant one-liner comedians, but I did use it as a baseline filter for jokes. You find out what you’re interested in and... Read more
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chroniclelive
University student guide to Durham - the North East's historical centre with a party vibeto Durham in September, you’re in for a thrilling three years. Nestled into the
University student guide to Durham - the North East's historical centre with a party vibe
chroniclelive / Posted 18 days ago
to Durham in September, you’re in for a thrilling three years. Nestled into the beautiful medieval buildings of the town centre, and surrounding Durham’s uber-modern Queens Campus in Stockton, are a selection of pubs, clubs, theatres, shops and... Read more
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Londonist
A Londoner’s Guide To The Edinburgh Fringein search of culture may seem like a crazy idea for those who’ve never been to
A Londoner’s Guide To The Edinburgh Fringe
Londonist / Posted 19 days ago
in search of culture may seem like a crazy idea for those who’ve never been to the Edinburgh Fringe. But this counter-cultural smackdown is not to be missed, even if it does mean heading “oop north ‘cross t’ border” (yes, you will have to... Read more
19d
WJXT Jacksonville
Gainesville reality show creates controversyAlvarado said. The petition has more than 1,500 signatures and scathing commen
Gainesville reality show creates controversy
WJXT Jacksonville / Posted 19 days ago
Alvarado said. The petition has more than 1,500 signatures and scathing comments like “Gainesville is a vibrant social and cultural centre, full of brilliant and unique individuals. CMT seems to have found the dimmest people in the entire town to... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
B.C.: Travellers were ‘in tears because they had no idea what happened to our people’a group of four of the 18 tribes of the Kwakwaka’wakw people, the speakers of t
B.C.: Travellers were ‘in tears because they had no idea what happened to our people’
The Globe and Mail / Posted 20 days ago
a group of four of the 18 tribes of the Kwakwaka’wakw people, the speakers of the Kwak’wala language, whose territory centres on northeastern Vancouver Island and the northern B.C. coast. I had first met Willie a year earlier in Victoria, at... Read more
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Independent
The 50 most influential women in sport: The full listretired as a gymnast at 17, Logan took up sports presenting, joining Sky in 199
The 50 most influential women in sport: The full list
Independent / Posted 22 days ago
retired as a gymnast at 17, Logan took up sports presenting, joining Sky in 1996 then ITV and the BBC. Consistently brilliant, she presents FA Cup and Champions League fixtures, deputises for Gary Lineker as Match of the Day anchor and... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
39 things to do with the kids outdoorsWhen the sun is shining it’s a brilliant excuse to get outside with the kids an
39 things to do with the kids outdoors
Liverpool Echo / Posted 23 days ago
When the sun is shining it’s a brilliant excuse to get outside with the kids and enjoy the great outdoors. With that mind, Liverpool ECHO Mums’ Club has come up with a list of ideas for things to outdoors with your family. 1. Go on a nature trail... Read more
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West Moreland Gazette
ARTS: cutting edge theatre in a roundabout wayset up at the Kendal venue's Old Bowling Green, as part of a string of special
ARTS: cutting edge theatre in a roundabout way
West Moreland Gazette / Posted 24 days ago
set up at the Kendal venue's Old Bowling Green, as part of a string of special performances organised by the Brewery Arts Centre. In the cast will be Sian Reese Williams, best known as Gennie in television soap Emmerdale. She played one of the... Read more
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Oxford Mail
News feature: World Scout Jamboree? It’s big in Japanfrom the county have been joined on the trip by four Scout Leaders. Each Scout
News feature: World Scout Jamboree? It’s big in Japan
Oxford Mail / Posted 25 days ago
from the county have been joined on the trip by four Scout Leaders. Each Scout had to fundraise £3,000 to take part in the cultural event, with part of the fee supporting Scouts attending from Bhutan, Botswana and other developing countries across... Read more
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Daily News
Long path to the crownBrooklyn-born painter seeking entry to the art world; Malcolm, a frustrated arc
Long path to the crown
Daily News / Posted 26 days ago
Brooklyn-born painter seeking entry to the art world; Malcolm, a frustrated architect at a prominent firm; and withdrawn, brilliant, enigmatic Jude, who serves as their centre of gravity. Over the decades, their relationships deepen and darken,... Read more
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Rappler
Around Singapore in 16 dishesSG EATS. Inside Maxwell Food Centre. All photos by Paolo Abad/Rappler SINGAPOR
Around Singapore in 16 dishes
Rappler / Posted 26 days ago
SG EATS. Inside Maxwell Food Centre. All photos by Paolo Abad/Rappler SINGAPORE – “In Singapore, you never go hungry.” One of my cab drivers said that, and he speaks truth. Singapore, or “Little Red Dot,” as it is fondly known, is only around 718... Read more
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Londonist
Access Off-Limits London On A 15-Mile Night WalkV&A Museum, among other venues. Samantha Veal is taking part in her seventh co
Access Off-Limits London On A 15-Mile Night Walk
Londonist / Posted 30 days ago
V&A Museum, among other venues. Samantha Veal is taking part in her seventh consecutive walk this year and says: It’s a brilliant way to see London by night as well as raise money for Maggie’s cancer centres. Each year I find more and more great... Read more

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