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The Globe and Mail
Russell Smith: Arts festival celebrates an English town in the dumpsas a punchline. It was bombed in the war. Its most important industry, the Vaux
Russell Smith: Arts festival celebrates an English town in the dumps
The Globe and Mail / Posted 10 hours ago
as a punchline. It was bombed in the war. Its most important industry, the Vauxhall car plant, closed years ago. Its city centre was famously ruined by a brutalist shopping mall in the 1960s. Now it is has high unemployment and a higher-than-usual... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Gambians Hail First Lady's Cancer Walk Initiativethis is the only way forward to prevent ourself from Non-Communicable Diseases.
Gambians Hail First Lady's Cancer Walk Initiative
AllAfrica.com / Posted yesterday
this is the only way forward to prevent ourself from Non-Communicable Diseases. For her part, Amie Ndure of the Islamic Cultural Centre for Women and Children said the day is a great day noting that other countries are not observing the day like... Read more
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Denbighshire Free Press
Bala woman is new marketing boss at Llangollen EisteddfodTHE new head of marketing for a top cultural festival is fresh from a job promo
Bala woman is new marketing boss at Llangollen Eisteddfod
Denbighshire Free Press / Posted 2 days ago
THE new head of marketing for a top cultural festival is fresh from a job promoting a public school in Hampshire, where Hollywood superstar Daniel Day Lewis and television property expert Kirsty Allsopp were pupils. Welsh-speaker Megan McNutt, from... Read more
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The Trinidad Guardian
Meditations on a Minshall masthe gorgeous elongation of the masquerader’s legs and the delicacy of his steps
Meditations on a Minshall mas
The Trinidad Guardian / Posted 4 days ago
the gorgeous elongation of the masquerader’s legs and the delicacy of his steps.” While lauding Minshall’s creation, cultural studies researcher Rhoda Bharath said the reaction to it was troubling. “In 2016, that a moko jumbie dressed as a... Read more
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The Courier
Ben Stiller reveals the one thing he kept coming back to in Zoolander No. 2of selfie culture, and for the sequel, Ben Stiller says, he had no choice but t
Ben Stiller reveals the one thing he kept coming back to in Zoolander No. 2
The Courier / Posted 4 days ago
of selfie culture, and for the sequel, Ben Stiller says, he had no choice but to put our culture's narcissism front and centre. Ben Stiller doesn't watch many comedies. "I'm pretty much a historical-drama type of person. That's what I like to... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Of books and breadtime I spend over an hour looking for parking – useless,” he said. “Today,” Ab
Of books and bread
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 5 days ago
time I spend over an hour looking for parking – useless,” he said. “Today,” Abdalla added, “I used the Metro and it was a brilliant idea to save time and effort. I was lucky enough to wait for only 45 minutes and then went on my exploratory... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Courting the youngthis three-sided presidential vision, several policies and programmes have come
Courting the young
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 5 days ago
this three-sided presidential vision, several policies and programmes have come into being. Some of these programmes are cultural in nature, including the presidential programme for leadership. Others focus on giving the youth greater economic... Read more
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iol.co.za
Iran, the new trendy destinationhas more Unesco rated sites than any other country in the region. Tehran, as w
Iran, the new trendy destination
iol.co.za / Posted 6 days ago
has more Unesco rated sites than any other country in the region. Tehran, as well as being a bustling business centre, is a treasure chest of mosques, fortresses and temples. Its Tahara Palace is famous for its stunning architecture.... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
7 best venues for a wedding in Toowoombawinery. The staff help plan and organise the wedding reception, and there is a
7 best venues for a wedding in Toowoomba
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 8 days ago
winery. The staff help plan and organise the wedding reception, and there is an on-site chef as well. Joanne Hersey said "Brilliant helpful and nothing was too much trouble !!! Cassie and Matt's wedding was fabulous! Thanks to Matt and all the... Read more
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Wheels.ca
7 Canadian Art Galleries to visit in 2016art collectors and patrons. There are now over 41,000 original works of art and
7 Canadian Art Galleries to visit in 2016
Wheels.ca / Posted 8 days ago
art collectors and patrons. There are now over 41,000 original works of art and the institution encourages educational, cultural and community programs. The collections include Quebec and Canadian Art, Photography, Graphic Arts, Sculpture... Read more
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The New Statesman
The future of work - and why Labour would be wrong to ignore itLabour away from New Labour and, above all, Blairism. Yet, absent a siege econo
The future of work - and why Labour would be wrong to ignore it
The New Statesman / Posted 8 days ago
Labour away from New Labour and, above all, Blairism. Yet, absent a siege economy, it will be impossible for a left-of-centre party to recreate these conditions. The only route open to progressive, democratic politics is to understand the world... Read more
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AllAfrica.com
Tribute to Olabisi Olateru-Olagbegi - an Icon of Women's Movementmovements around the world. The impression I formed of Auntie Bisi in those yea
Tribute to Olabisi Olateru-Olagbegi - an Icon of Women's Movement
AllAfrica.com / Posted 9 days ago
movements around the world. The impression I formed of Auntie Bisi in those years was that of a woman who had passion, a brilliant mind, focused vision, integrity and limitless energy. My impression of her never changed till she sadly left us on... Read more
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Al-Ahram Weekly
Friendly nudesfrom participation in group exhibitions such as the Youth Salon. I was only abl
Friendly nudes
Al-Ahram Weekly / Posted 13 days ago
from participation in group exhibitions such as the Youth Salon. I was only able to exhibit my paintings at the French Cultural Centre’s Heliorama event, which exhibited artworks by visual artists who lived at the time in Heliopolis,” she told... Read more
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Click Liverpool
Liverpool Loves – The People’s Festival Announces Its Return for 2016 – Click Liverpooleveryone of all ages and interests – it was a great family day-out for over 27,
Liverpool Loves – The People’s Festival Announces Its Return for 2016 – Click Liverpool
Click Liverpool / Posted 14 days ago
everyone of all ages and interests – it was a great family day-out for over 27,000 people. “There were lots of exciting cultural activity, a brilliant music programme across three stages, a kids programme created for family audiences and loads... Read more
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Nottingham Post
Nottingham smokers will be told to stub out cigarettes at biggest city eventsmuch longer and much better quality for so many thousands of people". Professo
Nottingham smokers will be told to stub out cigarettes at biggest city events
Nottingham Post / Posted 14 days ago
much longer and much better quality for so many thousands of people". Professor John Britton, director of the UK Centre for Tobacco Studies, based at the University of Nottingham, said: "It's brilliant news – it has the potential to... Read more
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Evening Standard
Faena Miami Beach, Floridaat Faena Miami Beach is not its cool, modernist architecture but a blue-and-gol
Faena Miami Beach, Florida
Evening Standard / Posted 16 days ago
at Faena Miami Beach is not its cool, modernist architecture but a blue-and-gold mosaic on the floor with a swirly F at its centre. F stands for Faena; more specifically, Alan Faena, the Argentinian cultural impresario and real estate wizard behind... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Liverpool Loves Festival to make a return after inaugural successeveryone of all ages and interests – it was a great family day-out for over 27,
Liverpool Loves Festival to make a return after inaugural success
Liverpool Echo / Posted 17 days ago
everyone of all ages and interests – it was a great family day-out for over 27,000 people. “There were lots of exciting cultural activities, a brilliant music programme across three stages, a kids’ programme created for family audiences, and... Read more
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Australian Broadcasting Corporation
Australia Day: How I came hereeastern Australia, and I taught at all levels from Preschool to Grade 12. My ai
Australia Day: How I came here
Australian Broadcasting Corporation / Posted 17 days ago
eastern Australia, and I taught at all levels from Preschool to Grade 12. My aim in doing so was to promote cross-cultural understanding. A I enjoyed every minute. Half a million kilometres and 300,000 children later I decided to 'settle... Read more
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EveningTimes Online
Rabbie Burns living in Glasgowin Glasgow. The 35-year old from Kelvindale, in the city's west end, was track
Rabbie Burns living in Glasgow
EveningTimes Online / Posted 17 days ago
in Glasgow. The 35-year old from Kelvindale, in the city's west end, was tracked down by staff at Silverburn shopping centre following a citywide search to find the Bard's namesake. However, unlike the original Robert Burns who was a Scottish... Read more
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ESPN Cricinfo
Shiv on the shorewooden grace and dereliction, its peripheral Samaan trees, girls playing hockey
Shiv on the shore
ESPN Cricinfo / Posted 19 days ago
wooden grace and dereliction, its peripheral Samaan trees, girls playing hockey in a corner pitch and boys cricket on the centre wicket. "He look so frail. But when you look at his hands - to me it had two layers of skin on it. His hands was so... Read more
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Daily Liberal
Budding artists turn their hands to beautiful bugsYoung artists at the Western Plains Cultural Centre were channelling John Wolse
Budding artists turn their hands to beautiful bugs
Daily Liberal / Posted 19 days ago
Young artists at the Western Plains Cultural Centre were channelling John Wolseley on Thursday at a workshop all about Beautiful Bugs. Xavier Ryan was one of the young artists who attended the Brilliant Bugs workshop at the Western Plains Cultural... Read more
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The Irish Times
Dublin and Debussy, ‘Ulysses’ and Proust: an exploration of connectionsProust: an exploration of connections The collective achievement of this book
Dublin and Debussy, ‘Ulysses’ and Proust: an exploration of connections
The Irish Times / Posted 19 days ago
Proust: an exploration of connections The collective achievement of this book is to identify so many neglected but vital cultural interdependencies between France and Ireland Notes on France and Ireland: Una Hunt’s essay draws attention to the... Read more
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Kelowna Capital News
Entertainment: What's Onthe problems that must be addressed. ART EXHIBIT What Does It Mean To Be The
Entertainment: What's On
Kelowna Capital News / Posted 20 days ago
the problems that must be addressed. ART EXHIBIT What Does It Mean To Be The Problem? Opens Friday, Jan. 8 Alternator Centre for Contemporary Art Rotary Centre for the Arts 421 Cawston Ave. Kelowna The Alternator Centre for Contemporary... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Liverpool Loves 2016 festival dates revealedoffering something for everyone of all ages and interests, it was a great famil
Liverpool Loves 2016 festival dates revealed
Liverpool Echo / Posted 20 days ago
offering something for everyone of all ages and interests, it was a great family day out. “There was lots of exciting cultural activity, a brilliant music programme across three stages, a kids programme created for family audiences and loads... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Town centre nightlife receives ‘brilliant’ Purple Flag accreditationExclusive Weston's nightlife was praised. Photo by Aleks Nocny. Weston-super-
Town centre nightlife receives ‘brilliant’ Purple Flag accreditation
Weston Mercury / Posted 20 days ago
Exclusive Weston's nightlife was praised. Photo by Aleks Nocny. Weston-super-Mare’s ‘vibrant’ town centre has been officially recognised as a safe and enjoyable place to visit at... Read more
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Scotsman
An insider’s guide to Dundee: Seven places the locals loveis a very inspiring place to live and work just now. It feels like a lot of exc
An insider’s guide to Dundee: Seven places the locals love
Scotsman / Posted 21 days ago
is a very inspiring place to live and work just now. It feels like a lot of exciting things – be it in the digital, cultural, media or artistic sectors – are shooting up from the city, but always with a nod to its proud roots, too. Catriona... Read more
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Football365
The true victims of the transfer bansus in the end. After a couple of messy nights in Kuta (it has to be done) we h
The true victims of the transfer bans
Football365 / Posted 26 days ago
us in the end. After a couple of messy nights in Kuta (it has to be done) we headed off to Ubud for something a bit more cultural. We all signed up for a cycling tour of one of the volcanoes. They drove us up to the crater for dawn and then we... Read more
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The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles
50 reasons why L.A. is America’s coolest Jewish city | Featuremilky deliciousness. The proud mama of Steven is at the restaurant virtually ev
50 reasons why L.A. is America’s coolest Jewish city | Feature
The Jewish Journal of Greater Los Angeles / Posted 26 days ago
milky deliciousness. The proud mama of Steven is at the restaurant virtually every day. Be warned, though: pitching your brilliant idea for a screenplay to her is a non-starter. And if you push too hard, you may just be asked to leave by her... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Light bites in Liverpool: 12 of the city's best quick eatsand are addictive if you like hot stuff."Hopskotch - 54 Mathew Street, L1 6UA
Light bites in Liverpool: 12 of the city's best quick eats
Liverpool Echo / Posted 28 days ago
and are addictive if you like hot stuff."Hopskotch - 54 Mathew Street, L1 6UA International street cuisine located in the centre of the Cavern Quarter of Liverpool is the ideal venue for any occasion in Liverpool. Open for breakfast, lunch,... Read more
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Sportsnet.ca
30 Thoughts: Ducks a logical fit for Lightning's Drouinwe were looking for,” he answered. 8. After the announcement, Poile said, “We’
30 Thoughts: Ducks a logical fit for Lightning's Drouin
Sportsnet.ca / Posted 29 days ago
we were looking for,” he answered. 8. After the announcement, Poile said, “We’ve been waiting 18 years for a number one centre.” Asked about previous attempts to get one, he pointed to the biggest missed opportunity being the team’s first ever... Read more
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heraldscotland
Shona McCarthy named as new head of Edinburgh Festival Fringeof the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society, an organisation I have long admired.
Shona McCarthy named as new head of Edinburgh Festival Fringe
heraldscotland / Posted 29 days ago
of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society, an organisation I have long admired. "I have spent 25 years working in the cultural sector and have seen up close and personal the transformative power that art can have on people, on cities and on... Read more
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heraldscotland
Shona McCarthy, former head of Derry/Londonderry City of Culture, to be new head of Edinburgh Festival Fringeof the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society, an organisation I have long admired.
Shona McCarthy, former head of Derry/Londonderry City of Culture, to be new head of Edinburgh Festival Fringe
heraldscotland / Posted 29 days ago
of the Edinburgh Festival Fringe Society, an organisation I have long admired. "I have spent 25 years working in the cultural sector and have seen up close and personal the transformative power that art can have on people, on cities and on... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
David Bowie: man, music, memories and mythscreation - as he shattered social boundaries and forged a life-as-art career li
David Bowie: man, music, memories and myths
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 29 days ago
creation - as he shattered social boundaries and forged a life-as-art career like no one else. Sexuality was always at the centre of Bowie's mystique. Was he or wasn't he? His reputation as having a sexual appetite unbound by gender may have been... Read more
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Queensland Times
David Bowie: man, music, memories and mythscreation - as he shattered social boundaries and forged a life-as-art career li
David Bowie: man, music, memories and myths
Queensland Times / Posted 29 days ago
creation - as he shattered social boundaries and forged a life-as-art career like no one else. Sexuality was always at the centre of Bowie's mystique. Was he or wasn't he? His reputation as having a sexual appetite unbound by gender may have been... Read more
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The Morning Bulletin
David Bowie: man, music, memories and mythscreation - as he shattered social boundaries and forged a life-as-art career li
David Bowie: man, music, memories and myths
The Morning Bulletin / Posted 29 days ago
creation - as he shattered social boundaries and forged a life-as-art career like no one else. Sexuality was always at the centre of Bowie's mystique. Was he or wasn't he? His reputation as having a sexual appetite unbound by gender may have been... Read more
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News Mail
David Bowie: man, music, memories and mythscreation - as he shattered social boundaries and forged a life-as-art career li
David Bowie: man, music, memories and myths
News Mail / Posted 29 days ago
creation - as he shattered social boundaries and forged a life-as-art career like no one else. Sexuality was always at the centre of Bowie's mystique. Was he or wasn't he? His reputation as having a sexual appetite unbound by gender may have been... Read more
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Daily Examiner
David Bowie: man, music, memories and mythscreation - as he shattered social boundaries and forged a life-as-art career li
David Bowie: man, music, memories and myths
Daily Examiner / Posted 29 days ago
creation - as he shattered social boundaries and forged a life-as-art career like no one else. Sexuality was always at the centre of Bowie's mystique. Was he or wasn't he? His reputation as having a sexual appetite unbound by gender may have been... Read more
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Northern Star
David Bowie: man, music, memories and mythscreation - as he shattered social boundaries and forged a life-as-art career li
David Bowie: man, music, memories and myths
Northern Star / Posted 29 days ago
creation - as he shattered social boundaries and forged a life-as-art career like no one else. Sexuality was always at the centre of Bowie's mystique. Was he or wasn't he? His reputation as having a sexual appetite unbound by gender may have been... Read more
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The Daily Mercury
David Bowie: man, music, memories and mythscreation - as he shattered social boundaries and forged a life-as-art career li
David Bowie: man, music, memories and myths
The Daily Mercury / Posted 29 days ago
creation - as he shattered social boundaries and forged a life-as-art career like no one else. Sexuality was always at the centre of Bowie's mystique. Was he or wasn't he? His reputation as having a sexual appetite unbound by gender may have been... Read more
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Toowoomba Chronicle
14 things to do in 7 days: Getting out in ToowoombaSunday, January 17 at 428 Old Goombungee Road. CHILDREN can meet their favouri
14 things to do in 7 days: Getting out in Toowoomba
Toowoomba Chronicle / Posted 30 days ago
Sunday, January 17 at 428 Old Goombungee Road. CHILDREN can meet their favourite minions at Clifford Gardens Shopping Centre. The minions will be in the centre for half an hour time slots at 10am, 11am and noon. There will also be face... Read more
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walesonline
Teenage years, any years, would have been dull without David Bowiethe TV on a window sill and watched from the grass as Bowie boogeyed with Mick
Teenage years, any years, would have been dull without David Bowie
walesonline / Posted 30 days ago
the TV on a window sill and watched from the grass as Bowie boogeyed with Mick Jagger. David Bowi played the Newport Centre in 1989 with his band Tin Machine A few years earlier, as a 17-year-old, I’d spent hours discussing the lyrics of... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
David Bowie dead - Liverpool music community reacts to legend's deathmy hero! David Bowie has left us with Blackstar days before he returned to mars
David Bowie dead - Liverpool music community reacts to legend's death
Liverpool Echo / Posted 30 days ago
my hero! David Bowie has left us with Blackstar days before he returned to mars, the blind prophet in space. “At the centre of it all, YOUR EYES,” David. I'm going to take notes on this album. May your stardust cast over us forever. Shine... Read more
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The Age
David Bowie: how pop's great shape-shifter showed the wayin which the researcher's reflections on personal history and memory are connec
David Bowie: how pop's great shape-shifter showed the way
The Age / Posted 30 days ago
in which the researcher's reflections on personal history and memory are connected to an exploration of broader cultural events and phenomena. Bowie is a significant element of his academic project, and that picture disc is a "holy... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
David Bowie: how pop's great shape-shifter showed the wayin which the researcher's reflections on personal history and memory are connec
David Bowie: how pop's great shape-shifter showed the way
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 30 days ago
in which the researcher's reflections on personal history and memory are connected to an exploration of broader cultural events and phenomena. Bowie is a significant element of his academic project, and that picture disc is a "holy... Read more
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The Irish Times
What's on: The festival guide for 2016International Irish Music FestivalJanuary 31st-February 7th Big new festival h
What's on: The festival guide for 2016
The Irish Times / Posted 1 months ago
International Irish Music FestivalJanuary 31st-February 7th Big new festival hosted by Cultúrlann Uí Chanáin, the Irish cultural centre in Derry, will feature artists from Ireland, Scotland, Los Angeles and Cape Breton. Among the main events is... Read more
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Christian Today
Want your church to grow? Then it's time to surprise people...a few years ago described it, churches like HTB are surprising because they aim
Want your church to grow? Then it's time to surprise people...
Christian Today / Posted 1 months ago
a few years ago described it, churches like HTB are surprising because they aim "to put Christianity unashamedly at the centre of modern living." Well, indeed. To those of us on the inside, this may look strange. Churches which are growing,... Read more
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Football365
Right, would you take Lukaku or Kane?to Klopp’s style of play. Seems so obvious, a point barely worth mentioning unt
Right, would you take Lukaku or Kane?
Football365 / Posted 1 months ago
to Klopp’s style of play. Seems so obvious, a point barely worth mentioning until you remember that he was a makeshift centre-back and occasional left-back under Rodgers. – Souness really seems to hate Joe Allen. His pre-match build-up was... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
The UK's 10 best city breaksSalford) and some of the best museums in the country. The Northern Quarter is f
The UK's 10 best city breaks
Daily Telegraph / Posted 1 months ago
Salford) and some of the best museums in the country. The Northern Quarter is full of galleries, vintage shops and craft centres, the Bridgewater Canal is rapidly regenerating, the centre is full of handsome buildings and there’s a booming... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Plans for Norwich to host a National Centre for Writing move a step closer Writers' Centre Norwich is based at Dragon Hall. Photo: Joanna Millington. W
Plans for Norwich to host a National Centre for Writing move a step closer
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 1 months ago
Writers' Centre Norwich is based at Dragon Hall. Photo: Joanna Millington. Writers’ Centre Norwich is celebrating being one step closer to realising its ambitious vision for... Read more
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Asian Correspondent
Why more Asian students are vying for places in the world’s top music schoolsnational average right up to the 45-54 age range. So, what is it about the mos
Why more Asian students are vying for places in the world’s top music schools
Asian Correspondent / Posted 1 months ago
national average right up to the 45-54 age range. So, what is it about the most elite musical genre that is drawing brilliant Asian students to music institutions across the globe? Musical talent is something Asian parents hold in... Read more
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