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Williamson Square - the story of one of Liverpool...
It's been battered down the years and lost most of the elegant buildings that once lined it – but Williamson Square survives as one of Liverpool’s most important open spaces. It was first laid out in...
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Batavia Players Inc. celebrates the Holiday Season with
Classic Tale, A Christmas Carole, directed by Patrick D. Burk. This production is made possible through special arrangements...
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Seriously – take a break
... in long hours at the office is not as bright as you may think. Washington Post – In the United States, we work among the longest hours of any advanced economy, and we tend to most...
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Women who will make you shiver! - newkerala news ...
Women who will make you shiver! "... the female of the species is more deadly than the male," said Rudyard Kipling and he might have meant writers excelling in frightening us with tales of...
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All's fair in sex, love, war - and books: How ebo...
London Book Fair has been taking place all this week at Olympia in Kensington You may have a list of agent rejection slips and publishing knockbacks filling the loft, but if so there has never been a...
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Russian town of Oryol trapped in Soviet past
A visit to Oryol brings a strong whiff of nostalgia On a small stage in a community hall, still grandly called a Palace of Culture, a powerfully built lady belts out an old Russian gypsy...
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Erik Larson's 'Dead Wake' a spellbinding piece of...
Erik Larson has written yet another page-turner, news that will come as no surprise to eager fans of such Larson triumphs as The Devil in the White City (2003), Thunderstruck (2006) and In the Garden...
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Hotel dining guide: Should you avoid hotel restau...
A key rule for travellers is: never eat in a hotel restaurant. But here's why that rule should be broken. Number four in the list of traveller's rules on how to avoid boring food in a strange town –...
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Review: 'Monkey Kingdom'
Compile all the sufferings and adversities heaped upon all the vulnerable protagonists in the complete works of
, from "Little Dorrit" to "Oliver Twist," and you'd still fall short of...
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Gwinnett Daily Post
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Stage Listings: April 17 to 23, 2015
THIS WEEK: April 17 to 23, 2015 Harvey, the Pulitzer Prize-winning comedy about a kind but eccentric man and his imaginary friend — a six-foot rabbit. Presented by the Hanover Area Drama Club at...
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Broke-Ass City: SF lost part of its heart with Bo...
Last week, we all got the news that Gannett was pulling the cord on The Bold Italic. The news broke too late for my column last week, so I figured I’d do it now. The Bay Area lost something very...
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Review: Woodstock's 'Oliver!' deserves exclamatio...
Full disclosure here, folks. I love the musical “Oliver!” It is the beloved musical of my youth –- I so wanted to BE a London urchin. It was the first theatrical production I saw overseas – in London...
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Phyllis Schlafly: The Killing in South Carolina
Why was Walter Scott running away from a policeman who tried to stop him for a broken taillight? The media are trying to make a South Carolina policeman's killing of a black man, Walter Scott, another...
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Reviewing the situation: St Albans Operatic Socie...
Managing an excitable cast including 30 young actors – the youngest aged just six – is no easy feat. But it is a task the musical director of St Albans Operatic Society’s (SAOS) latest production,...
Read more at St Albans & Harpenden Review
The ‘f’ word: Could Congress become functional?
Buzz Cut: • The ‘f’ word: Could congress become functional? • More questions, still no answers on Hillary email scandal • Dem chairwoman: No limits on abortions • Tax Day: Rubio looks to sell his...
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IRS’s John Koskinen on Tax Day: 120M have filed s...
Marking the filing deadline Wednesday, IRS Commissioner John Koskinen told Congress his agency has received 120 million of an expected 150 million tax returns from individuals and has doled out 83...
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Vote Londonist: A Manifesto For A Stranger City
If Londonist decided to form its own political party, there’s little doubt we’d give the likes of Clive Efford and Mike Freer a serious shoeing in any election we put someone up for. Who are Clive...
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Time to go home
It's that time again. The time when our "snow bird" guests leave their Florida nests and fly north.
said it best, "It was the best of times, it was the worst of times." We hate to see...
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Grant High School to stage 'Oliver'
Grant Community High School presents "Oliver" for three shows this weekend. Oliver is a musical adaptation of
' novel "Oliver Twist." The show includes a mix of comedy, drama and...
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10 Things You Didn't Know About the World's Popul...
United Nations — Today, leaders from around the world opened the 48th session of the Commission on Population and Development, where they will take stock of the world's development and the welfare of...
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