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2014/10/31 08:31
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In 1894, Arthur Conan Doyle made a lecture tour of America and stopped in Connecticut to speak at Slater Hall on the campus of Norwich Free Academy. On Sunday, Nov. 2, the Men on the Tor, the...
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2014/10/31 05:41
2014/10/31 05:41
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TV star Martin Clunes has been filming scenes for his new drama at a Witney museum. The Doc Martin actor was at Cogges Manor Farm for nine days between Monday, October 20, until yesterday to film ITV...
2014/10/31 02:52
2014/10/31 02:52
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Items for the Out & About calendar can be submitted by email to Arts & Entertainment editor Bill Blankenship at bill.blankenship@cjonline.com. The deadline is noon Tuesday for publication Friday. AT...
2014/10/30 14:37
2014/10/30 14:37
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But, like his great predecessor (and fellow Scot) Sir Arthur Conan Doyle, Rankin has found it difficult to write finis to the career of his long-serving protagonist, and recently brought him back in...
2014/10/29 17:21
2014/10/29 17:21
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Is anybody there? Spooky photos taken during 1930s séance craze show ghostly apparitions over heads of group trying to contact their loved ones who died in the war Ghostly images released just in...
2014/10/28 23:07
2014/10/28 23:07
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Sherlock Holmes Crimes and Punishments is an ace detective game you should definitely pick up. Show Downey Jr, Cumberbatch and the rest how it's done... Sherlock Holmes, one of the most definitive...
2014/10/28 11:21
2014/10/28 11:21
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Everything you want to know about apps... but were afraid to ask: The Mail runs down the 100 apps that will change your life Apps are the neatly packaged programs that make your smartphone smart and...
2014/10/28 05:19
2014/10/28 05:19
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The great English roast is still in a league of its own. Of all the things I associate with growing up in England, there is one I particularly miss. Drizzle. I'm kidding. It's my mum's roasts. Every...
2014/10/27 18:09
2014/10/27 18:09
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The Museum of London recently debuted Sherlock Holmes: The Man Who Never Lived and Will Never Die, a major exhibition devoted the fictional detective and the real city he inhabited. The items on...
2014/10/27 17:14
2014/10/27 17:14
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Take a look at CAT Theatre’s latest offering, ‘Sherlock Holmes – The Final Adventure’ RICHMOND, Va – CAT Theatre is entering its 51st season and Director Lynn Smith, along with three actors, shared...
2014/10/25 05:08
2014/10/25 05:08
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The success of public health programs aimed at vaccine-treatable diseases was brought to my mind when I was reviewing material for presentations in Chicago and Toronto in which I discussed the medical...
2014/10/24 17:16
2014/10/24 17:16
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Anthony Horowitz talks to Linda Herrick about shocking his readers with his new Sherlock, why he wrote with a fountain pen and how his difficult school years drove him to the world of books. British...
2014/10/24 12:47
2014/10/24 12:47
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Campaigners and developers have struck a deal over the future of Undershaw house, which will see the plans currently under consultation amended. The Undershaw Preservation Trust (UPT) initially...
2014/10/24 02:52
2014/10/24 02:52
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Items for the Out & About calendar can be submitted by email to Arts & Entertainment editor Bill Blankenship at bill.blankenship@cjonline.com. The deadline is noon Tuesday for publication Friday. AT...
2014/10/23 10:15
2014/10/23 10:15
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What would you do if by law you had to join the army and fight for a cause that you did not believe in? This is the question that I have asked myself hundreds of times over the past year. I know what...
2014/10/22 21:56
2014/10/22 21:56
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When director Paul Prappas went looking for the right youth play to stage at Central School, he was looking for an age-appropriate piece that would simultaneously challenge his players. He ultimately...
2014/10/22 13:09
2014/10/22 13:09
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Langham Hotel, London London’s Langham Hotel opened in 1865 and has been visited by several literary greats, including Mark Twain, Oscar Wilde and Sir Arthur Conan Doyle. It has also reportedly been...
2014/10/20 20:34
2014/10/20 20:34
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Top spot: London has been described as 'the home of literature'. The birthplace of writers such as Charles Dickens and John Keats and the setting for countless novels, London was described as "the...
2014/10/20 16:34
2014/10/20 16:34
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AFPCurator Timothy Long poses inside the Sherlock Holmes exhibition at the Museum of London. London - Sherlock Holmes never existed but his fictional address of 221B Baker Street still receives a...
2014/10/20 13:01
2014/10/20 13:01
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Anthony Horowitz’s speciality is death. Grisly, murderous death. Thankfully, its fictional — the writer of TV series Midsomer Murders, Poirot and Foyle’s War, as well as over 40 books, is one of the...
2014/10/31 08:31
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