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2015/05/29 19:27
2015/05/29 19:27
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Now, as the Communist country opens up following the “normalisation” of diplomatic relations between the Caribbean island and its old enemies in the US, foreign film-makers are rushing to take...
2015/05/29 19:27
2015/05/29 19:27
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2015/05/28 16:49
2015/05/28 16:49
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Kennys Bookshop in Galway: a bestseller for 75 years Tom Kenny, son of founders Des and Maureen, recounts the remarkable history of an Irish literary institution that began as a romance and became a...
2015/05/27 16:41
2015/05/27 16:41
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Who are the indicted Fifa officials? | Irish Examiner Who are the indicted Fifa officials? Wednesday, May 27, 2015 - 04:38 PM On Wednesday, the US Department of Justice indicted nine Fifa officials...
2015/05/26 11:49
2015/05/26 11:49
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A novella approach to an undervalued literary form The Penny Dreadful Novella Prize aims to reward excellent new writing but also to shed light on an art form compared to both a sonata and a banana...
2015/05/24 00:49
2015/05/24 00:49
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Eileen Battersby’s favourite African writers To mark Africa Day, Ireland’s annual celebration of its African community, The Irish Times literary correspondent picks her favourite African...
2015/05/24 00:49
2015/05/24 00:49
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Authors on Africa, from Heart of Darkness to The Heart of the Matter For Africa Day, Eileen Battersby selects 13 classic novels set in Africa but written by outsiders, including several Irish...
2015/05/23 16:24
2015/05/23 16:24
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The return of Hannibal, True Detective, and The Strain, the debut of Fear the Walking Dead, the end of Falling Skies, and much much more. Long ago, the summer months were a time for reruns, as...
2015/05/21 22:42
2015/05/21 22:42
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Andrea Riseborough is in talks to star in The Crow remake. ADVERTISEMENT The 33-year-old English actress would portray a female version of villain Top Dollar in the film. Michael Wincott played the...
2015/05/21 14:37
2015/05/21 14:37
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What are you currently reading? I'm reading Dead Wake by Erik Larson, about the sinking of the Lusitania. It is all so familiar: in writing my second Christopher Marlowe Cobb novel, The Star of...
2015/05/21 14:08
2015/05/21 14:08
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Image: Underwood and Underwood/Corbis HAVANA, Cuba — Whether cooked up by Mom, ordered at a diner or served in a grade-school cafeteria, few dishes are more quintessential to American childhood than...
2015/05/18 22:38
2015/05/18 22:38
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Break out your zithers: "The Third Man" is back. Sixty-six years after Carol Reed's noir masterpiece first debuted, "The Third Man" premiered again at the Cannes Film Festival, this time in a freshly...
2015/05/12 00:09
2015/05/12 00:09
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The hundredth anniversary of the birth of Orson Welles, the ultimate entertainment polymath, was last week on 6 May 1915. And now comes news of plans to finish his final, as yet uncompleted film, The...
2015/05/11 10:09
2015/05/11 10:09
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I've been thinking of Hicksville's imaginary library of comics a lot while flicking through Martin Salisbury's handsome new book 100 Great Children's Picture Books. Now and again I've been imagining...
2015/05/07 17:13
2015/05/07 17:13
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Lawrence Osborne’s career as a writer has been pretty eclectic, or perhaps just erratic. Born in 1958, he published his first novel, Ania Malina, in 1986, but then not another for 27 years. Meanwhile,...
2015/05/06 17:53
2015/05/06 17:53
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Just in time for Orson Welles' centennial, one of his iconic films, "The Third Man," is headed back to theaters in a new 4K restoration. The remastered version of director Carol Reed's 1949 film noir...
2015/05/04 23:09
2015/05/04 23:09
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Banbury might not have the Regency splendour or café culture of Leamington Spa, but it does have market-town charm. Plus, you get more house for your money while still being able to commute to London...
2015/04/29 19:37
2015/04/29 19:37
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Watson was a collector – of beautiful things, of beautiful people and, most consistently, of people in whom he saw a talent for creating beauty. He was among the first in Britain to sign up...
2015/04/27 22:03
2015/04/27 22:03
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... The lights went out at 8pm and when I stepped outside to take a walk there was only a hidden sliver of moon and no clouds and for the first time I saw above my city a sky of stars. I saw distance...
2015/04/27 12:49
2015/04/27 12:49
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Eileen Battersby’s favourite South African novels To mark Freedom Day in South Africa, the Irish Times literary correspondent offers her selection of its finest literary works Today is Freedom Day in...
2015/04/26 18:09
2015/04/26 18:09
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After Cambridge he went to Yugoslavia to teach at Sarajevo university. He was sacked after one day – a brief encounter even by his standards – on party orders. But he stayed to study the language and...
2015/05/29 19:27
2015/05/29 19:27
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