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Local auctions sparked interest for former Chilli...
Local auctions sparked interest for former Chillicothean to launch exciting career in art advisory and appraisals If you watch “Antiques Roadshow” with any regularity, it’s likely that you’ve seen...
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Stanwich Seven graduate
Slater, the valedictorian and a Stanwich student since kindergarten, said the size of the class helped to define them -- for the better. "Size isn't a question, it's actually a benefit," said Slater,...
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Melissa Hill Q&A: ‘The Secret Garden inspired my ...
Melissa Hill Q&A: ‘The Secret Garden inspired my love of the mystery genre to this day’ ‘The majority of female mega-selling authors are all severly under-rated and dismissed as unimportant, purely...
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The Secret Garden
Words of Anne Frank inspire Columbus Dance Theatr...
Words of Anne Frank inspire Columbus Dance Theatre’s season finale anne: diary in dance COLUMBUS DANCE THEATRE, WITH THE CARPE DIEM STRING QUARTET, LINCOLN THEATRE, 769 E. LONG ST. Showtimes: 8...
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Museum Lates You’ve Never Heard Of
Friday Spectacular: Play at Wellcome Collection Museum lates are sweeping the city. While it used to be just the larger museums and galleries which kept their doors open after usual hours, they’re...
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Museum of London
Jonathan Franzen talks up, and around, his new no...
NEW YORK (AP) — Writing has become no easier for Jonathan Franzen, whose fifth novel comes out this fall. And neither, apparently, have interviews. “I hope never to become glib,” the prize-winning...
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The Illegitimacy of Ginormous Wealth, Fouling Pol...
What if billionaires hold fast to bullion as ferociously as those of modest means cling to God and guns? Assuming history survives, what if it turns out America's permanent legacy comes down to 1)...
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George Bernard Shaw
London Eye to host lectures on 'adoptive Londoner...
Figures from Dick Whittington to Sir Arthur Conan Doyle and Freddie Mercury will be discussed in talks in the pods of the London Eye. Suzette Field, from events organiser A Curious Invitation, said:...
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Arthur Conan Doyle
Ten things I’d like to do before I die
I’ve never had what it is now the custom to call a “bucket list.” I’m pretty sure this is because I’m not one to think in terms of long-range goals. Don’t be bored has always been my Prime Directive,...
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Who Needs the Kwik-E-Mart? If you’ll pardon that ...
The great Bengali director Satyajit Ray died and also got a Lifetime Achievement Oscar in 1992, at which time the Academy couldn’t even scrounge up a proper tribute reel on account of lacking...
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Freedom from ourselves
TheatreButterflies Are Free St James Cavalier A young person’s fight for emancipation often takes the form of flight – from home and motherly comforts to independentliving. Young men, especially,...
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Top 10 facts about pigs
THE Disney cartoon Three Little Pigs, with its catchy song Who’s Afraid Of The Big Bad Wolf, was first released on May 27, 1933. Pigs have been owned by Clooney, hung by the French and admired by...
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Misplaced: why do novelists disguise real locatio...
This may sound like a peculiar question, but why do novelists make things up? In particular, why do they invent places? I can understand why they would create imaginary places for fantastical fictions...
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Gauteng Boardwalk - May 26, 2015
Courtesy of Field PhotographyMarina Botha as Madame Silberklang in the upcoming performance of Mozarts musical comedy, The Impresario. PRETORIA South African State Theatre, 320 Pretorius St, 012 392...
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Beggar who forced boy to beg arrested
KOTA BARU: Police arrested a “professional” beggar who is said to have kidnapped a seven-year-old boy and forced him to beg at a shopping mall here. A man who found the boy loitering at the mall...
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Listowel Writers’ Week: Slane for the brain
Listowel Writers’ Week: Slane for the brain Bill Clinton described the Hay Festival as ‘Woodstock for the mind’. For people who like books, ideas and a generous dollop of celebrity, the literary...
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the Hay Festival
48 years on.... I'm still searching for mum who a...
She was dubbed the "Shopping Basket Baby" after being abandoned in a leafy part of Birmingham in the summer of 1965. Today, 48 years on, foundling Elizabeth Redmond is still searching for clues as to...
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9 Foreigners Forever Stuck in Moscow
It may seem to foreign visitors that there is a statue of Alexander Pushkin, Russia's most famous poet, around every corner in Moscow. There are at least nine sculptures of him in the Russian capital....
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14 things we learned from Greg Jenner's history o...
... Tutankhamen was buried with loads of pants The Egyptian pharaoh was buried with nearly 145 shenti, or pairs of underwear. 4. Plato invented the first alarm clock The ancient Greek philosopher...
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Harry Potter meets Downton Abbey: The world of St...
... is never alone when one has a book,” actor Eddie Marsan declares. It’s a sentiment which anyone who’s read Susanna Clarke’s engrossing 2004 novel Jonathan Strange & Mr Norrell – now adapted as a...
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