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2015/03/27 04:38
2015/03/27 04:38
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BREWING HISTORY: The first Twinings shop at 216 Strand, London His surname may be synonymous with a good cup of tea the world over, but for Stephen Twining, tea is much more than just a family...
2015/03/27 04:38
2015/03/27 04:38
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2015/03/26 14:43
2015/03/26 14:43
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Feng Hew, David Schmude, Amelie Fradette and Eva Herer What do you get when you invite half of the Buffalo Philharmonic Orchestra’s cello section to present a recital on your concert series? Well, if...
2015/03/26 08:51
2015/03/26 08:51
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Richard III died a gruesome death during the Battle of Bosworth Richard III died a gruesome death during the Battle of Bosworth, aged 31 in 1485. His skeleton was found beneath a council car park in...
2015/03/26 01:13
2015/03/26 01:13
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A TWELVE-hour birthday bash will be held this weekend to celebrate the 375th anniversary of a historic Bromsgrove pub. There will be a variety of activities taking place at Ye Olde Black Cross...
2015/03/21 11:09
2015/03/21 11:09
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Godolphin House, Cornwall A 15-minute drive from St Michael’s Mount, Godolphin House is part Tudor, part Jacobean with Elizabethan stables, and was built by the tin-mining Godolphin family in the...
2015/03/20 22:17
2015/03/20 22:17
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Richard III will be buried next week – but the question of whether he killed the boy princes in the Tower of London still leaves his reputation on shaky ground 532 years after his death. William...
2015/03/20 12:51
2015/03/20 12:51
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Ghost of Nell Gwynn saved Lauderdale House warden from rampaging evil spirit The ghost of Nell Gwynn saved Lauderdale House warden Peter Gallagher from a terrifying evil spirit on the rampage....
2015/03/20 08:51
2015/03/20 08:51
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... things you might not know about Lauderdale House in Highgate Lauderdale House has launched a crowfunding appeal to raise £125,000 to secure its future. Picture: Nigel Sutton Lauderdale House is...
2015/03/19 12:24
2015/03/19 12:24
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John Aubrey, the 17th-century antiquarian, historian of architecture and England’s first archaeologist, is best known for Brief Lives, a collection of portraits that catches, in a matter of...
2015/03/19 02:24
2015/03/19 02:24
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For Shotgun Players, it is the year of the woman. Or women. Twelve women, to be exact. All productions in its 2015 season – six full productions and six staged readings – come from female playwrights....
2015/03/18 16:18
2015/03/18 16:18
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... George Eksts: Development Heaven Artist George Eksts talks about his large-scale work inspired by video tapes at the start of his solo exhibition at the University of Hertfordshire. The...
2015/03/18 04:44
2015/03/18 04:44
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Staff report YOUNGSTOWN The Butler Institute of American Art has acquired a monumental sculpture by American artist Audrey Flack for its permanent collection. The 10-foot-high plaster sculpture,...
2015/03/16 20:37
2015/03/16 20:37
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It has been thus for ever. Queen Elizabeth I sought to banish “blackamore” slaves and servants from her isles. The same Queen keenly followed the fashions of Istanbul and ordered Londoners to come out...
2015/03/16 19:48
2015/03/16 19:48
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A military outfit worn by one of the key figures in the English Civil War has returned to the North East after a year-long restoration project. The leather buff coat and doublet has gone on show at...
2015/03/13 02:10
2015/03/13 02:10
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Not many exhibitions cut across eight cultures and span 1,200 years. “High Tea: Glorious Manifestations East and West” at the Norton Museum is the first to examine tea drinking’s impact on artistic...
2015/03/12 18:46
2015/03/12 18:46
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THE original handwritten script for a king’s speech, delivered to Scottish parliamentarians nearly 400 years ago by the semi-captive King Charles II, is to go under the hammer at a London auction...
2015/03/12 16:48
2015/03/12 16:48
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The world-wide success of Downton Abbey is all thanks to the Duchess of Cambridge – the show’s creator has revealed. Lord Fellowes told Kate she was the reason the ITV period drama had taken off...
2015/03/12 12:20
2015/03/12 12:20
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Today is Thursday, March 12, the 71st day of 2015. There are 294 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On March 12, 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivered the first of his 30...
2015/03/12 05:12
2015/03/12 05:12
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Today is Thursday, March 12, the 71st day of 2015. There are 294 days left in the year. Today's Highlight in History: On March 12, 1933, President Franklin D. Roosevelt delivered the first of his 30...
2015/03/09 13:09
2015/03/09 13:09
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The National Theatre's sole Olivier Awards nomination was for Heer Lies Love The National has been eclipsed by the Young Vic, which received 11 nominations in total, thanks to productions of A View...
2015/03/27 04:38
2015/03/27 04:38
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