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heraldscotland
15 Edinburgh great escapes from the festival madness by top comediansStreet; their food is fab. Another great spot is the National Gallery of Scotla
15 Edinburgh great escapes from the festival madness by top comedians
heraldscotland / Posted 6 hours ago
Street; their food is fab. Another great spot is the National Gallery of Scotland; I enjoy popping in there to vary the cultural experience. Nish Kumar: Actions Speak Louder than Words, Unless You Shout the Words Real Loud is at the Pleasance... Read more
20h
New Kerala
Indian student wins bronze at the 14th International Linguistics Olympiad, held in Mysore - newkerala.com #97719the country. The five-day long event comprised two competitive individual test
Indian student wins bronze at the 14th International Linguistics Olympiad, held in Mysore - newkerala.com #97719
New Kerala / Posted 20 hours ago
the country. The five-day long event comprised two competitive individual tests, team contests, jeopardy-style quizzes and cultural performances introducing global students to the rich and diverse (cultural) heritage of India. Professor Anvita... Read more
21h
Evening Standard
5 under the radar Scandinavian cities you should visit this yearand seven fjords. It's known as the 'Gateway to the fjords', but there's so muc
5 under the radar Scandinavian cities you should visit this year
Evening Standard / Posted 21 hours ago
and seven fjords. It's known as the 'Gateway to the fjords', but there's so much more to this vibrant, creative city - a cultural scene that punches well above it weight, a buzzing foodie scene and first class coffee. A must-visit is its old... Read more
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chroniclelive
Newcastle and Gateshead on shortlist to host Great Exhibition of the Northto host the Great Exhibition of the North – an announcement hailed as “fantasti
Newcastle and Gateshead on shortlist to host Great Exhibition of the North
chroniclelive / Posted yesterday
to host the Great Exhibition of the North – an announcement hailed as “fantastic news” in the North East and prompting one cultural leader to confess he was “jumping for joy”. The announcement from the Department of Culture, Media and Sport (DCMS)... Read more
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Football365
Football people on TV: Jacqui Oatleyugly, whilst grimacing, as though speaking words was physically painful to him.
Football people on TV: Jacqui Oatley
Football365 / Posted yesterday
ugly, whilst grimacing, as though speaking words was physically painful to him. Only for him to shuffle slightly out of centre shot, needing a quietly professional pull from our Jacqui. Classy. This all begs one obvious question. Given such a... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Norman Jewison on how to rock society with a few frames of filmit seems there may be a connection between Jewison and the ancient microorganis
Norman Jewison on how to rock society with a few frames of film
The Globe and Mail / Posted yesterday
it seems there may be a connection between Jewison and the ancient microorganisms his granddaughter is hunting. Call it cultural geology: While she spends her days trying to understand how Earth came to be, he has spent a lifetime creating... Read more
5d
Football365
Do United want another Di Maria?you even have these views can be a battle. You have to ask yourself why commonl
Do United want another Di Maria?
Football365 / Posted 5 days ago
you even have these views can be a battle. You have to ask yourself why commonly accepted views such as black goalies and centre midfielders having great athleticism but questions over their technique are prevalent, or why despite the fact that... Read more
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Evening Standard
How vibrant, dynamic London will rise to the challenge of Brexitpart of the London economy.The adland queen Annette King, chief executive, Ogi
How vibrant, dynamic London will rise to the challenge of Brexit
Evening Standard / Posted 8 days ago
part of the London economy.The adland queen Annette King, chief executive, Ogilvy & Mather UK London has long been the centre of the advertising world. We have 38 nationalities in London, 58 per cent are non-UK EU citizens and I have to say,... Read more
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Calgary Sun
Five cool Canadian places to see and be seen in summerThis is a remarkably diverse country we have here in Canada, with wide oceans,
Five cool Canadian places to see and be seen in summer
Calgary Sun / Posted 9 days ago
This is a remarkably diverse country we have here in Canada, with wide oceans, pristine mountain lakes and a rich cultural heritage. Here's a list of some great places, activities and sights you can find across the country in the summer... Read more
10d
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Twinning of archaeological sites in Brecks and Japan is a world firstand fantastic to see so many people come together to celebrate it. “We have al
Twinning of archaeological sites in Brecks and Japan is a world first
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 10 days ago
and fantastic to see so many people come together to celebrate it. “We have already enjoyed some fantastic educational and cultural exchanges between Grimes Graves and Nagawa-Machi and we look forward to working with them more in the... Read more
11d
Evening Standard
Heatwave etiquette: from lunch in the park to sexankle bracelets, toe rings, anything embroidered, impulsive nose piercings, vis
Heatwave etiquette: from lunch in the park to sex
Evening Standard / Posted 11 days ago
ankle bracelets, toe rings, anything embroidered, impulsive nose piercings, visible underwear and anything that looks like cultural appropriation (African-print bandeau tops, f’rinstance). Those who are non-binary, gender-wise, also have the full... Read more
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dna
Historical findings give boost to Save Aarey campaignAarey' campaign. These findings were revealed at the third Annual Workshops on
Historical findings give boost to Save Aarey campaign
dna / Posted 13 days ago
Aarey' campaign. These findings were revealed at the third Annual Workshops on Exploration in Maharashtra, held by the Centre of Archaeology and Centre of Extra Mural Studies at the University of Mumbai. A team led by archaeology expert... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screenPatsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a ma
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screen
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 13 days ago
Patsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a magnificent metaphor for the two women at the centre of this absolutely fabulous story: Jennifer Saunders, who plays Edina, the fading publicity consultant to the... Read more
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Brisbane Times
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screenPatsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a ma
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screen
Brisbane Times / Posted 14 days ago
Patsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a magnificent metaphor for the two women at the centre of this absolutely fabulous story: Jennifer Saunders, who plays Edina, the fading publicity consultant to the... Read more
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14d
Western Advocate
Stunning new comedyare getting the opportunity to go on stage with opera again this year. On Augu
Stunning new comedy
Western Advocate / Posted 14 days ago
are getting the opportunity to go on stage with opera again this year. On August 2 the BMEC welcomes to the stage Mozart’s brilliant opera The Marriage of Figaro. From award-winning creative duo Michael Gow and Robert Kemp, this show boasts... Read more
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Northern Daily Leader
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screenPatsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a ma
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screen
Northern Daily Leader / Posted 15 days ago
Patsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a magnificent metaphor for the two women at the centre of this absolutely fabulous story: Jennifer Saunders, who plays Edina, the fading publicity consultant to the... Read more
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15d
The Young Witness
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screenPatsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a ma
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screen
The Young Witness / Posted 15 days ago
Patsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a magnificent metaphor for the two women at the centre of this absolutely fabulous story: Jennifer Saunders, who plays Edina, the fading publicity consultant to the... Read more
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15d
Western Advocate
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screenPatsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a ma
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screen
Western Advocate / Posted 15 days ago
Patsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a magnificent metaphor for the two women at the centre of this absolutely fabulous story: Jennifer Saunders, who plays Edina, the fading publicity consultant to the... Read more
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15d
Kiama Independent
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screenPatsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a ma
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screen
Kiama Independent / Posted 15 days ago
Patsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a magnificent metaphor for the two women at the centre of this absolutely fabulous story: Jennifer Saunders, who plays Edina, the fading publicity consultant to the... Read more
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15d
Manning River Times
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screenPatsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a ma
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screen
Manning River Times / Posted 15 days ago
Patsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a magnificent metaphor for the two women at the centre of this absolutely fabulous story: Jennifer Saunders, who plays Edina, the fading publicity consultant to the... Read more
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15d
Goondiwindi Argus
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screenPatsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a ma
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screen
Goondiwindi Argus / Posted 15 days ago
Patsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a magnificent metaphor for the two women at the centre of this absolutely fabulous story: Jennifer Saunders, who plays Edina, the fading publicity consultant to the... Read more
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15d
The North West Star
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screenPatsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a ma
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screen
The North West Star / Posted 15 days ago
Patsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a magnificent metaphor for the two women at the centre of this absolutely fabulous story: Jennifer Saunders, who plays Edina, the fading publicity consultant to the... Read more
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15d
Daily Liberal
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screenPatsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a ma
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screen
Daily Liberal / Posted 15 days ago
Patsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a magnificent metaphor for the two women at the centre of this absolutely fabulous story: Jennifer Saunders, who plays Edina, the fading publicity consultant to the... Read more
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15d
The Border Mail
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screenPatsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a ma
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screen
The Border Mail / Posted 15 days ago
Patsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a magnificent metaphor for the two women at the centre of this absolutely fabulous story: Jennifer Saunders, who plays Edina, the fading publicity consultant to the... Read more
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The Courier
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screenPatsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a ma
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screen
The Courier / Posted 15 days ago
Patsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a magnificent metaphor for the two women at the centre of this absolutely fabulous story: Jennifer Saunders, who plays Edina, the fading publicity consultant to the... Read more
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Canberra Times
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screenPatsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a ma
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screen
Canberra Times / Posted 15 days ago
Patsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a magnificent metaphor for the two women at the centre of this absolutely fabulous story: Jennifer Saunders, who plays Edina, the fading publicity consultant to the... Read more
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The Age
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screenPatsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a ma
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screen
The Age / Posted 15 days ago
Patsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a magnificent metaphor for the two women at the centre of this absolutely fabulous story: Jennifer Saunders, who plays Edina, the fading publicity consultant to the... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screenPatsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a ma
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screen
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted 15 days ago
Patsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a magnificent metaphor for the two women at the centre of this absolutely fabulous story: Jennifer Saunders, who plays Edina, the fading publicity consultant to the... Read more
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WA Today
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screenPatsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a ma
Jennifer Saunders and Joanna Lumley take Absolutely Fabulous to the big screen
WA Today / Posted 15 days ago
Patsy Stone, it is difficult to know which is which. The moment serves as a magnificent metaphor for the two women at the centre of this absolutely fabulous story: Jennifer Saunders, who plays Edina, the fading publicity consultant to the... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
'Did he just say that?' - New UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson's most controversial comments about foreignersWe do not need to teach babies Mandarin.” “Compared with the old British Empire
'Did he just say that?' - New UK Foreign Secretary Boris Johnson's most controversial comments about foreigners
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 16 days ago
We do not need to teach babies Mandarin.” “Compared with the old British Empire, and the new American imperium, Chinese cultural influence is virtually nil, and unlikely to increase.” (Photo by Christopher Furlong/Getty Images)The then London... Read more
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St. Catharines Standard
GOULBOURNE: Graduates, be mindful of The Hipceremony, reflected that they are glad to be done this phase of their life and
GOULBOURNE: Graduates, be mindful of The Hip
St. Catharines Standard / Posted 18 days ago
ceremony, reflected that they are glad to be done this phase of their life and heard an moving convocation speech from a brilliant student or successful citizen. This speech in itself is typically meant to inspire the graduates, and maybe settle... Read more
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Niagara Falls Review
GOULBOURNE: Graduates, be mindful of The Hipceremony, reflected that they are glad to be done this phase of their life and
GOULBOURNE: Graduates, be mindful of The Hip
Niagara Falls Review / Posted 18 days ago
ceremony, reflected that they are glad to be done this phase of their life and heard an moving convocation speech from a brilliant student or successful citizen. This speech in itself is typically meant to inspire the graduates, and maybe settle... Read more
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Welland Tribune
GOULBOURNE: Graduates, be mindful of The Hipceremony, reflected that they are glad to be done this phase of their life and
GOULBOURNE: Graduates, be mindful of The Hip
Welland Tribune / Posted 18 days ago
ceremony, reflected that they are glad to be done this phase of their life and heard an moving convocation speech from a brilliant student or successful citizen. This speech in itself is typically meant to inspire the graduates, and maybe settle... Read more
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18d
Football365
In which Ronaldo is destroyed...me; Pogba is not a £100m player (if there really is such a thing). I will conce
In which Ronaldo is destroyed...
Football365 / Posted 18 days ago
me; Pogba is not a £100m player (if there really is such a thing). I will concede that a few of the players who had been in brilliant form, or that were highly thought of by their peers and pundits alike, had a disappointing tournament; Zlatan,... Read more
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walesonline
The most memorable moments of Euro 2016 according to Wales fansand commented on how well thought of the Welsh were. They didn’t want paying, j
The most memorable moments of Euro 2016 according to Wales fans
walesonline / Posted 20 days ago
and commented on how well thought of the Welsh were. They didn’t want paying, just a rendition of “Don’t take me Home”. Brilliant. Read More Pitching a tent up on the first piece of grass we could find in Lyon because we couldn't get any... Read more
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Hospitality Net
Meliá Hotels International Faces The Digital ChallengeJose Maria Dalmau, took part a few days ago in a major meeting hosted by the Ec
Meliá Hotels International Faces The Digital Challenge
Hospitality Net / Posted 23 days ago
Jose Maria Dalmau, took part a few days ago in a major meeting hosted by the Economic Circle of Catalonia, with a brilliant presentation on business transformation in the Digital Era. Dalmau analysed the influence of the digital paradigm... Read more
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EuroNews
How the West and its media feed the ‘monster’ of Jihadsingled out two countries as particularly important in the formation of Jihadis
How the West and its media feed the ‘monster’ of Jihad
EuroNews / Posted 25 days ago
singled out two countries as particularly important in the formation of Jihadist sentiment – the UK, which serves as a centre for dissemination of radical teaching in Europe – and Saudi Arabia, where many extremist doctrines were born. “One of... Read more
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Canberra Times
What's on in Canberra's art sceneto carry throughout their lives'. With a rich Greek heritage and her Australian
What's on in Canberra's art scene
Canberra Times / Posted 26 days ago
to carry throughout their lives'. With a rich Greek heritage and her Australian upbringing, Maria creates works that cross cultural boundaries using a very personal visual language." And David Frazer has used his woodcuts, linocuts, lithographs and... Read more
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Football365
Footy on TV: A bumper Euro 2016 editionto talk about Mark Lawrenson. The man is some kind of poet. This week he’s been
Footy on TV: A bumper Euro 2016 edition
Football365 / Posted 29 days ago
to talk about Mark Lawrenson. The man is some kind of poet. This week he’s been reaching into his grab bag of obscure but brilliant expressions like he’s an Ian McMillan of football. When a player feigned injury, to Lawro “he’s gone down like... Read more
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