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St. Catharines Standard
Reinvigorating Roselawn's authors seriesFor most of its 23-year history, the authors series at Roselawn Centre has sold
Reinvigorating Roselawn's authors series
St. Catharines Standard / Posted yesterday
For most of its 23-year history, the authors series at Roselawn Centre has sold out for book readings by some of the most famous writers Canada has to offer. But despite past successes, as well as continuing efforts to bring top-notch writers to... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
Reinvigorating Roselawn's authors seriesFor most of its 23-year history, the authors series at Roselawn Centre has sold
Reinvigorating Roselawn's authors series
Niagara Falls Review / Posted yesterday
For most of its 23-year history, the authors series at Roselawn Centre has sold out for book readings by some of the most famous writers Canada has to offer. But despite past successes, as well as continuing efforts to bring top-notch writers to... Read more
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Welland Tribune
Reinvigorating Roselawn's authors seriesFor most of its 23-year history, the authors series at Roselawn Centre has sold
Reinvigorating Roselawn's authors series
Welland Tribune / Posted yesterday
For most of its 23-year history, the authors series at Roselawn Centre has sold out for book readings by some of the most famous writers Canada has to offer. But despite past successes, as well as continuing efforts to bring top-notch writers to... Read more
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The Irish Times
And the winner is: RIOT wins best play at Dublin Fringe festivalvintage year for Dublin Fringe and look forward to seeing more of these shows t
And the winner is: RIOT wins best play at Dublin Fringe festival
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
vintage year for Dublin Fringe and look forward to seeing more of these shows throughout the coming year, and more from the brilliant artists who made them.” Artistic director of Tiger Dublin Fringe Kris Nelson: “The quality of work in this year’s... Read more
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The Irish Times
And the winner is... RIOT wins best production at Dublin Fringe festivalvintage year for Dublin Fringe and look forward to seeing more of these shows t
And the winner is... RIOT wins best production at Dublin Fringe festival
The Irish Times / Posted yesterday
vintage year for Dublin Fringe and look forward to seeing more of these shows throughout the coming year, and more from the brilliant artists who made them.” Artistic director of Tiger Dublin Fringe Kris Nelson: “The quality of work in this year’s... Read more
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The Irish Times
How to be a modern man in Ireland: Irish men on masculinity, feminism and violencewho says “Oh, I’m not violent. I have complete respect for women”. That’s proba
How to be a modern man in Ireland: Irish men on masculinity, feminism and violence
The Irish Times / Posted 4 days ago
who says “Oh, I’m not violent. I have complete respect for women”. That’s probably true but you also have to accept cultural ownership over the fact that you’re a man and you’re a part of this whole system. Even if you aren’t actively doing... Read more
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Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news
Guinea-Bissau opens slave memorial with history, tourists in mindimportant," said Caldeira. "But the main thing is to allow these people to redi
Guinea-Bissau opens slave memorial with history, tourists in mind
Bangkok Post - Thailand's English news / Posted 4 days ago
important," said Caldeira. "But the main thing is to allow these people to rediscover a collective memory and dignity." - Cultural potential - Cacheu is home to fewer than 10,000 people today, but was the capital of Portugal's former colony from... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Bath remain hopeful of redeveloping the Recreation Groundto foil their plans. The long-standing aim of creating a new 18,000-capacity s
Bath remain hopeful of redeveloping the Recreation Ground
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 days ago
to foil their plans. The long-standing aim of creating a new 18,000-capacity stadium that keeps the club in the city centre reaches a critical point on October 20 when the charity that owns the land - Bath Recreation Ground Trust - meets... Read more
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Manchester Evening News
Prime Minister Theresa May: Why the Olympic parade deserves to be in Manchesterthe future has been invented. From its illustrious past, built on manufacturing
Prime Minister Theresa May: Why the Olympic parade deserves to be in Manchester
Manchester Evening News / Posted 8 days ago
the future has been invented. From its illustrious past, built on manufacturing and railway innovation, to its place as a centre for world-class health research and creative industries, Manchester continues to flourish. Last month I decided that... Read more
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Daily Mail
The woman who made sex fun: Helen Gurley Brown liberatedbeen purring at the august magazine’s acknowledgment, however tongue-in-cheek,
The woman who made sex fun: Helen Gurley Brown liberated
Daily Mail / Posted 9 days ago
been purring at the august magazine’s acknowledgment, however tongue-in-cheek, of how she had put her indelible mark on the cultural landscape. Helen Gurley Brown was a fascinating woman and good biography subject But it was her film producer... Read more
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The Irish Times
Sally Rooney and Liz Nugent sign big book dealswith Friends is cerebral is potentially to mislead – because the book is so muc
Sally Rooney and Liz Nugent sign big book deals
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
with Friends is cerebral is potentially to mislead – because the book is so much fun. Sally Rooney’s cracklingly brilliant first novel addresses serious matters – politics, feminism, sex, love – with a lightness of touch. Through the... Read more
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Daily News
Soulful soundsbecause it pushed me beyond what I thought I was capable of. Every student at t
Soulful sounds
Daily News / Posted 13 days ago
because it pushed me beyond what I thought I was capable of. Every student at the Royal College of Music in London, was brilliant, so you really had to work hard in order to keep up. Just musicality wouldn’t see you through it. You needed... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
International cake specialist to show off expertiseThursday, October 20 hosting a number of training sessions at Merivale Cakes an
International cake specialist to show off expertise
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 14 days ago
Thursday, October 20 hosting a number of training sessions at Merivale Cakes and Crafts, The Sauce Kitchen, Highfields Cultural Centre, Party Hut and Highfields State Secondary School. Already the sessions have sold out. Merivale Cakes and... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
Complete guide to 2016 Toowoomba Carnival of Flowersmusical acts, award winning parks, some of the best food and wine to be found i
Complete guide to 2016 Toowoomba Carnival of Flowers
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 16 days ago
musical acts, award winning parks, some of the best food and wine to be found in Southern Queensland and a multitude of cultural adventures. Click on the links above to skip straight to the things you want to know more about. DAILY... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Pomp, ceremony and sparkly running shoes for Holland America Line dedicationbending down to accept the flowers, chatting with the happy little girl and tak
Pomp, ceremony and sparkly running shoes for Holland America Line dedication
Calgary Sun / Posted 16 days ago
bending down to accept the flowers, chatting with the happy little girl and taking Tess's hand so they could walk along the brilliant blue carpet together. The cruise line has a long history with the Dutch Royal Family and the Netherlands. Queen... Read more
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The Coast
Atlantic Fringe 2016—Day 10before. At the show's onset, Harris confides that, despite his inner grappling
Atlantic Fringe 2016—Day 10
The Coast / Posted 17 days ago
before. At the show's onset, Harris confides that, despite his inner grappling and anxiety, he has always sought to be the centre of everyone's attention. Harris loves sharing his rapid-fire personality with those around him and that is precisely... Read more
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The Coast
Atlantic Fringe 2016—Day 9before. At the show's onset, Harris confides that, despite his inner grappling
Atlantic Fringe 2016—Day 9
The Coast / Posted 17 days ago
before. At the show's onset, Harris confides that, despite his inner grappling and anxiety, he has always sought to be the centre of everyone's attention. Harris loves sharing his rapid-fire personality with those around him and that is precisely... Read more
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iol.co.za
Uncovering Tuscan treasures in Florencewithout perusing its most famous attractions including the Uffizi Gallery and G
Uncovering Tuscan treasures in Florence
iol.co.za / Posted 22 days ago
without perusing its most famous attractions including the Uffizi Gallery and Galleria dell'Accademia - but there are some brilliant alternatives for those seeking interiors inspiration. Antico Setificio Fiorentino One of the last workshops for... Read more
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Business Insider
New York's 1900s Chinatown was a whirlpool of violence and tactical politicsostentatious wealth and, with the establishment of the Metropolitan Museum of A
New York's 1900s Chinatown was a whirlpool of violence and tactical politics
Business Insider / Posted 23 days ago
ostentatious wealth and, with the establishment of the Metropolitan Museum of Art and Carnegie Hall, was becoming a global cultural capital. At the same time, New York was a city of pro­found poverty. In 1890, Jacob Riis, the Danish-American... Read more
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Evening Standard
Things to do in Florence: where to stay, eat, shop and visitwithout perusing its most famous attractions including the Uffizi Gallery and G
Things to do in Florence: where to stay, eat, shop and visit
Evening Standard / Posted 26 days ago
without perusing its most famous attractions including the Uffizi Gallery and Galleria dell'Accademia but there are some brilliant alternatives for those seeking interiors inspiration: Antico Setificio Fiorentino One of the last remaining... Read more
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Evening Standard
Meet the new generation of Middle Eastern women shaking up Londonat Boston’s Tufts University. But, she says: ‘I wanted to make London my base b
Meet the new generation of Middle Eastern women shaking up London
Evening Standard / Posted 26 days ago
at Boston’s Tufts University. But, she says: ‘I wanted to make London my base because I knew this was the sort of creative, centre-of-the-world city I wanted to live in.’ Fares, 30, and her husband, artist Alexandre Al Khawam, now live in... Read more
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The Brantford Expositor
Blue Rodeo to perform two city showsRodeo makes another stop in the city for two shows at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Sept.
Blue Rodeo to perform two city shows
The Brantford Expositor / Posted 27 days ago
Rodeo makes another stop in the city for two shows at 8 p.m. on Thursday, Sept. 22, and Friday, Sept. 23, at the Sanderson Centre. Tickets for the 8 p.m. shows are $70 and $58, available at the Sanderson box office, 88 Dalhousie St., by calling... Read more
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The Irish Times
Electric Picnic 2016: 25 Unmissable momentsof nihilistic guitar sounds of Savages in a live setting is a brutal joy. It’s
Electric Picnic 2016: 25 Unmissable moments
The Irish Times / Posted 27 days ago
of nihilistic guitar sounds of Savages in a live setting is a brutal joy. It’s immersive and disconcerting, powerful and brilliant. Let’s hope the PA is turned up and the strobes are set to destroy. JIM CARROLL Seeing all my friends. It’s... Read more
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Business Wire
Curio – A Collection by Hilton makes its Spanish DebutIbiza is steeped in history as it was the first purpose-built hotel on the isla
Curio – A Collection by Hilton makes its Spanish Debut
Business Wire / Posted 28 days ago
Ibiza is steeped in history as it was the first purpose-built hotel on the island and has been declared an asset of cultural interest by UNESCO. With its opening as part of the Curio collection, the property has been fully refurbished while... Read more
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Hospitality Net
Curio – A Collection by Hilton makes its Spanish DebutIbiza is steeped in history as it was the first purpose-built hotel on the isla
Curio – A Collection by Hilton makes its Spanish Debut
Hospitality Net / Posted 28 days ago
Ibiza is steeped in history as it was the first purpose-built hotel on the island and has been declared an asset of cultural interest by UNESCO. With its opening as part of the Curio collection, the property has been fully refurbished while... Read more
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Channel NewsAsia
Rights for women were hard-fought and must be preserved, improved: Aline WongI kept when I first entered Parliament. When we took pictures with grassroots l
Rights for women were hard-fought and must be preserved, improved: Aline Wong
Channel NewsAsia / Posted a month ago
I kept when I first entered Parliament. When we took pictures with grassroots leaders, I was the only woman there in the centre. I don't think it was bad at all because I think first of all, if you had a good education, they respected you. If you... Read more
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The Age
Melbourne Day 2016: could the world's most liveable city be even better?starting with teaching new immigrants about the Indigenous history of Victoria.
Melbourne Day 2016: could the world's most liveable city be even better?
The Age / Posted 1 months ago
starting with teaching new immigrants about the Indigenous history of Victoria. "In the old days immigrants had a cross-cultural awareness program, they were spoken to by migrants from different countries and by Indigenous leaders. It's missing... Read more

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