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The Courier Mail
Restaurant sells $30,000 bottle of cognacway into polite society back in the 16th century, and has welcomed a seemingly
Restaurant sells $30,000 bottle of cognac
The Courier Mail / Posted 12 hours ago
way into polite society back in the 16th century, and has welcomed a seemingly endless trail of notable diners from King Henry IV and Franklin D Roosevelt to Marlene Dietrich and Charlie Chaplin. Even “Brangelina” have been papped out the front... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Restaurant sells $30,000 bottle of cognacway into polite society back in the 16th century, and has welcomed a seemingly
Restaurant sells $30,000 bottle of cognac
Daily Telegraph / Posted 13 hours ago
way into polite society back in the 16th century, and has welcomed a seemingly endless trail of notable diners from King Henry IV and Franklin D Roosevelt to Marlene Dietrich and Charlie Chaplin. Even “Brangelina” have been papped out the front... Read more
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Perth Now
Restaurant sells $30,000 bottle of cognacway into polite society back in the 16th century, and has welcomed a seemingly
Restaurant sells $30,000 bottle of cognac
Perth Now / Posted 13 hours ago
way into polite society back in the 16th century, and has welcomed a seemingly endless trail of notable diners from King Henry IV and Franklin D Roosevelt to Marlene Dietrich and Charlie Chaplin. Even “Brangelina” have been papped out the front... Read more
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Daily Mail
Dame Judi Dench cuts a stern figure as Duchess of York in Hollow Crownon from the 2012 BAFTA award-winning miniseries The Hollow Crown, which saw Ben
Dame Judi Dench cuts a stern figure as Duchess of York in Hollow Crown
Daily Mail / Posted 2 days ago
on from the 2012 BAFTA award-winning miniseries The Hollow Crown, which saw Ben Whishaw play Richard II, Jeremy Irons as Henry IV in two parts, and Tom HIddleston as Henry V in the final installment. Last year also saw the broadcast of another... Read more
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Minot Daily News
John Landsiedel IIIwas always their big- gest fan. John is survived by his wife, Phyllis, of 56
John Landsiedel III
Minot Daily News / Posted 3 days ago
was always their big- gest fan. John is survived by his wife, Phyllis, of 56 years as well as his children, John Henry IV (Jay) (Den- ise McDonald), Pat, Chris- tine (Tim Kramer), and Tom (Andrea Anderson), as well as... Read more
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Football365
All I want is Diego Simeone to Arsenal“You must take some pains to work her to your manage” (Pericles)Swansea City: “
All I want is Diego Simeone to Arsenal
Football365 / Posted 6 days ago
“You must take some pains to work her to your manage” (Pericles)Swansea City: “A post from Wales loaden with heavy news” (Henry IV, Part 1)Tottenham: “A little touch of Harry in the night” (Henry V)West Ham: “I will be bound to pay it ten times... Read more
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FSView
Encounters with Shakespeareoutlast “death and all-oblivious enmity,” we spent just as much time seeing his
Encounters with Shakespeare
FSView / Posted 6 days ago
outlast “death and all-oblivious enmity,” we spent just as much time seeing his plays brought to life on the stage. Seeing “Henry IV, Parts I and II” performed, what always struck me about the Bard in particular is his endless fascination with... Read more
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Variety
Drama Desk Nominations: ‘She Loves Me,’ ‘American Psycho’ Earn Most Nods (FULL LIST)Along Outstanding Revival of a Play Cloud Nine, Atlantic Theater Company Dea
Drama Desk Nominations: ‘She Loves Me,’ ‘American Psycho’ Earn Most Nods (FULL LIST)
Variety / Posted 6 days ago
Along Outstanding Revival of a Play Cloud Nine, Atlantic Theater Company Death of a Salesman, New Yiddish Rep Henry IV, Donmar Warehouse at St. Ann’s Warehouse Long Day’s Journey Into Night, Roundabout Theatre Company A View from the... Read more
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Gazette News
More than 140 take part in record-setting reading to mark 400 years since Shakespeare's deathbard supposedly visited - and one of the only town's in the region mentioned in
More than 140 take part in record-setting reading to mark 400 years since Shakespeare's death
Gazette News / Posted 7 days ago
bard supposedly visited - and one of the only town's in the region mentioned in his plays. The historic town crops up in Henry IV Part I when Falstaff is described as “that roasted Manningtree ox with the pudding in his belly”. The town... Read more
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The New Yorker
The Political Resonance of Shakespearespent the better part of the past two years playing Falstaff in the R.S.C.’s ve
The Political Resonance of Shakespeare
The New Yorker / Posted 8 days ago
spent the better part of the past two years playing Falstaff in the R.S.C.’s version of the Henriad: “Richard II,” “Henry IV, Part 1,” “Henry IV, Part 2,” and “Henry V.” The “King and Country” cycle, as it is being billed, has made its way... Read more
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The Wanderer
Where Shakespeare Meets The Futurecombines pieces of Shakespeare’s well-known works with something more recent. I
Where Shakespeare Meets The Future
The Wanderer / Posted 9 days ago
combines pieces of Shakespeare’s well-known works with something more recent. In this case Hamlet, Much Ado About Nothing, Henry IV, Romeo and Juliet, Taming of The Shrew, Merchant Of Venice, and Twelfth Night, meet Back To The Future. Brunelle... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Make it a Datematerial from their new album, Five Decades and Moore. Theatre Royal, Sawclose
Make it a Date
Weston Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
material from their new album, Five Decades and Moore. Theatre Royal, Sawclose: Box office - 01225 448844. Until Aug 13: HENRY IV PART 1. Presented by The Peter Hall Company, Henry IV encompasses the entire panorama of English life and boasts a... Read more
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Weston Mercury
Make it a Datefilms and sitcoms, Cleese has done it all, and now it’s time for him to tell yo
Make it a Date
Weston Mercury / Posted 9 days ago
films and sitcoms, Cleese has done it all, and now it’s time for him to tell you about his jam-packed life. July 7-Aug 13: HENRY IV PART 1. Presented by The Peter Hall Company, Henry IV encompasses the entire panorama of English life and boasts a... Read more
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iol.co.za
Trust old Bill to get it just rightover that childish giggle). “If all the year were playing holidays, to sport wo
Trust old Bill to get it just right
iol.co.za / Posted 10 days ago
over that childish giggle). “If all the year were playing holidays, to sport would be as tedious as work,” he wrote in King Henry IV. So, he wasn’t talking about sport as we know it, but there is much in his words. Sport should be fun and not work,... Read more
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express
Ten things you never knew about William Shakespeareleft ear. 2. Anne Hathaway was three months pregnant when she married William
Ten things you never knew about William Shakespeare
express / Posted 10 days ago
left ear. 2. Anne Hathaway was three months pregnant when she married William Shakespeare. She was 26 and he was 18. 3. Henry IV Part Two is the only Shakespeare play that uses the word “bluebottle”. Related articles As Shakespeare wrote the... Read more
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Irish Examiner
7 films (you probably didn't realise were) based on Shakespeare's workas the “gay hustler film”. The Keanu Reeves and River Phoenix award-nominated
7 films (you probably didn't realise were) based on Shakespeare's work
Irish Examiner / Posted 11 days ago
as the “gay hustler film”. The Keanu Reeves and River Phoenix award-nominated movie is loosely based on Shakespeare’s Henry IV, pulling in aspects from parts one and two of the Bard’s histories. 2. 10 Things I Hate About You Julia Stiles GIF... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Shakespeare did not mess about when it came to cussing people“I do desire we may be better strangers” Orlando, from comedy As You Like It
Shakespeare did not mess about when it came to cussing people
Daily Mirror / Posted 11 days ago
“I do desire we may be better strangers” Orlando, from comedy As You Like It 3. "Thou art as fat as butter” Carrier from Henry IV, Part One, keeps it simple Benedict Cumberbatch in 'The Hollow Crown: The War of the Roses' based on Shakespeare's... Read more
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Variety
London Theater Review: Ivo van Hove Directs Shakespeare in ‘Kings of War’fresh-faced statesman, Henry V, invades France, seeking to “busy giddy minds wi
London Theater Review: Ivo van Hove Directs Shakespeare in ‘Kings of War’
Variety / Posted 11 days ago
fresh-faced statesman, Henry V, invades France, seeking to “busy giddy minds with foreign quarrels” — a line pinched from “Henry IV Part II.” As he kneels to pray, convinced he’s doing God’s will, it’s impossible not to think of Tony Blair,... Read more
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Boston Globe
Shakespeare's words still echoes in sports after 400 years“a hit, a very palpable hit.” The NFL itself, from its place on the mountaintop
Shakespeare's words still echoes in sports after 400 years
Boston Globe / Posted 11 days ago
“a hit, a very palpable hit.” The NFL itself, from its place on the mountaintop of sports, can heed the words from “Henry IV, Part II” as it faces legal challenges over chronic brain injury: “Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown.” And... Read more
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EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press
Six things linking Shakespeare to Norfolk you may not know aboutof Richard II and grew up at his family’s estates in Norfolk, going on to serve
Six things linking Shakespeare to Norfolk you may not know about
EDP24 - Eastern Daily Press / Posted 12 days ago
of Richard II and grew up at his family’s estates in Norfolk, going on to serve Thomas, Duke of Clarence, the second son of Henry IV, and becoming a loyal servant to the new king Henry V. Fastolf fought at the Battle of Agincourt, in the sieges of... Read more
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Norwich Evening News 24
Six things linking Shakespeare to Norfolk you may not know aboutof Richard II and grew up at his family’s estates in Norfolk, going on to serve
Six things linking Shakespeare to Norfolk you may not know about
Norwich Evening News 24 / Posted 12 days ago
of Richard II and grew up at his family’s estates in Norfolk, going on to serve Thomas, Duke of Clarence, the second son of Henry IV, and becoming a loyal servant to the new king Henry V. Fastolf fought at the Battle of Agincourt, in the sieges of... Read more
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metro
William Shakespeare's 400th death day: 7 of The Bard's best put-downsSisters of Macbeth (Picture: Getty Images)‘You scullion. You rampallian. You fu
William Shakespeare's 400th death day: 7 of The Bard's best put-downs
metro / Posted 12 days ago
Sisters of Macbeth (Picture: Getty Images)‘You scullion. You rampallian. You fustilarian. I’ll tickle your catastrophe.’ (Henry IV, Part 2) ‘Fustilarian’ is defined as ‘a low fellow; a stinkard; a scoundrel’, while ‘I’ll tickle your catastrophe’... Read more
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walesonline
The elusive story of William Shakespeare's Welsh granthose who like to believe that Alys Griffin breathed a love and respect for a s
The elusive story of William Shakespeare's Welsh gran
walesonline / Posted 12 days ago
those who like to believe that Alys Griffin breathed a love and respect for a strong Welsh woman into Shakespeare is in Henry IV, Part I. Shakespeare's portrayal of Owen Glendower, as he wrote Owain Glyndwr, has arguably gone on to play a large... Read more
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The Irish Times
‘What ish my nation?’ Shakespeare’s Irish connectionsand frequently, the word appears in a sequence of four history plays that date
‘What ish my nation?’ Shakespeare’s Irish connections
The Irish Times / Posted 12 days ago
and frequently, the word appears in a sequence of four history plays that date from this period: Richard II, the two-part Henry IV, and Henry V. It is hardly coincidental, then, that Garry Hynes’s DruidShakespearerecently chose to return to and... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Ten ways in which Shakespeare changed the worldplaying Falstaff, and Gielgud playing Prospero. Similarly, Macbeth inspired Kur
Ten ways in which Shakespeare changed the world
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 12 days ago
playing Falstaff, and Gielgud playing Prospero. Similarly, Macbeth inspired Kurosawa's Throne of Blood; Gus van Sant remade Henry IV as My Own Private Idaho; and Ran is a classic Japanese homage to King Lear. CelebrityWilliam Shakespeare portrait,... Read more
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Boston Globe
A portrait of Orson Welles, bristling with talent and flawshe directed from 1947 to 1965, there is only one genuinely great work: “Chimes
A portrait of Orson Welles, bristling with talent and flaws
Boston Globe / Posted 12 days ago
he directed from 1947 to 1965, there is only one genuinely great work: “Chimes at Midnight,” his masterly condensation of “Henry IV,” parts one and two, fired by Welles’s deep identification with Falstaff in his greatest performance. The other that... Read more
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Raw Story
Florida man slaughters his own family after social workers ignore wife’s warningkilling his wife, Henry Brown escaped, later exchanging gunfire with police. He
Florida man slaughters his own family after social workers ignore wife’s warning
Raw Story / Posted 12 days ago
killing his wife, Henry Brown escaped, later exchanging gunfire with police. He then shot and killed his two children, Henry IV, four, and daughter Aleah, who was one. He then killed himself. The 911 call of the attack in the Chili’s parking... Read more
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San Antonio Express-News
What Shakespeare Has to Do with Anchovies (& a Recipe to Celebrate Him)with parental issues. ...But what about anchovies? The first use of the word
What Shakespeare Has to Do with Anchovies (& a Recipe to Celebrate Him)
San Antonio Express-News / Posted 12 days ago
with parental issues. ...But what about anchovies? The first use of the word "anchovy" in English was in Shakespeare's Henry IV Part 1. The Spanish and Portuguese had a word for the small salty fish—"anchova"—but sometime in the 1590s,... Read more
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The Globe and Mail
Earth today, Shakespeare tomorrow: Where do all these official days keep coming from?on to garner international fame. This year marks the 400th anniversary of Shake
Earth today, Shakespeare tomorrow: Where do all these official days keep coming from?
The Globe and Mail / Posted 13 days ago
on to garner international fame. This year marks the 400th anniversary of Shakespeare’s death. As it is written in King Henry IV, “A man can die but once,” but for Shakespeare, we celebrate it 400 times over. What if talking like a 17th-century... Read more
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Spartanburg Herald-Journal
400 years later, Shakespeare's voice still echoes in sports"a hit, a very palpable hit." The NFL itself, from its place on the mountaintop
400 years later, Shakespeare's voice still echoes in sports
Spartanburg Herald-Journal / Posted 13 days ago
"a hit, a very palpable hit." The NFL itself, from its place on the mountaintop of sports, can heed the words from "Henry IV, Part II" as it faces legal challenges over chronic brain injury: "Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown." And... Read more
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The Hendersonville Times-News
400 years later, Shakespeare's voice still echoes in sports"a hit, a very palpable hit." The NFL itself, from its place on the mountaintop
400 years later, Shakespeare's voice still echoes in sports
The Hendersonville Times-News / Posted 13 days ago
"a hit, a very palpable hit." The NFL itself, from its place on the mountaintop of sports, can heed the words from "Henry IV, Part II" as it faces legal challenges over chronic brain injury: "Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown." And... Read more
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The Lexington Dispatch
400 years later, Shakespeare's voice still echoes in sports"a hit, a very palpable hit." The NFL itself, from its place on the mountaintop
400 years later, Shakespeare's voice still echoes in sports
The Lexington Dispatch / Posted 13 days ago
"a hit, a very palpable hit." The NFL itself, from its place on the mountaintop of sports, can heed the words from "Henry IV, Part II" as it faces legal challenges over chronic brain injury: "Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown." And... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
400 years later, Shakespeare's voice still echoes in sports"a hit, a very palpable hit." The NFL itself, from its place on the mountaintop
400 years later, Shakespeare's voice still echoes in sports
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 13 days ago
"a hit, a very palpable hit." The NFL itself, from its place on the mountaintop of sports, can heed the words from "Henry IV, Part II" as it faces legal challenges over chronic brain injury: "Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown." And... Read more
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Salon.com
400 years later, Shakespeare’s voice still echoes in sports“a hit, a very palpable hit.” The NFL itself, from its place on the mountaintop
400 years later, Shakespeare’s voice still echoes in sports
Salon.com / Posted 13 days ago
“a hit, a very palpable hit.” The NFL itself, from its place on the mountaintop of sports, can heed the words from “Henry IV, Part II” as it faces legal challenges over chronic brain injury: “Uneasy lies the head that wears the crown.” And... Read more
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Times of Malta
Stage set for Shakespeare’s anniversary celebrations“Spotless reputation” – Richard II • “Laughing-stock” – The Merry Wives of Win
Stage set for Shakespeare’s anniversary celebrations
Times of Malta / Posted 13 days ago
“Spotless reputation” – Richard II • “Laughing-stock” – The Merry Wives of Windsor • “Eaten out of house and home” – Henry IV, Part 2 • “Fair play” – The Tempest/King John/Troilus and Cressida • “In a pickle” – The Tempest • “Send him... Read more
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Gazette News
Griff Rhys Jones' rousing message to Manningtree as town prepares to mark Shakespeare connectionits connection with the bard on Saturday, while marking the 400th anniversary o
Griff Rhys Jones' rousing message to Manningtree as town prepares to mark Shakespeare connection
Gazette News / Posted 14 days ago
its connection with the bard on Saturday, while marking the 400th anniversary of his death. The town was mentioned in Henry IV Part 1 in Act 2, Scene 4, when Falstaff is described as “that roasted Manningtree ox with the pudding in his... Read more
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KPBS San Diego
Cooking With The Bard: We Suss Out Shakespeare's Forgotten Foodswas usually reserved for the choicest morsels in the larder. Same with kicksha
Cooking With The Bard: We Suss Out Shakespeare's Forgotten Foods
KPBS San Diego / Posted 14 days ago
was usually reserved for the choicest morsels in the larder. Same with kickshaws, like those that Shallow orders up in Henry IV, Part II: "a couple of short-legged hens, a joint of mutton, and any pretty little tiny kickshaws." It's an... Read more
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KERA North Texas
Cooking With The Bard: We Suss Out Shakespeare's Forgotten Foodswas usually reserved for the choicest morsels in the larder. Same with kicksha
Cooking With The Bard: We Suss Out Shakespeare's Forgotten Foods
KERA North Texas / Posted 14 days ago
was usually reserved for the choicest morsels in the larder. Same with kickshaws, like those that Shallow orders up in Henry IV, Part II: "a couple of short-legged hens, a joint of mutton, and any pretty little tiny kickshaws." It's an... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
CPS: Father posed no danger to Chericia Brown, kids four months before slayingsevidence. Early Monday, Henry Brown stabbed his estranged wife to death, befor
CPS: Father posed no danger to Chericia Brown, kids four months before slayings
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 14 days ago
evidence. Early Monday, Henry Brown stabbed his estranged wife to death, before he shot and killed their children, Henry IV, 4, and Aleah, 1. He then killed himself. While Chericia Brown's mother and brother saw no evidence of domestic... Read more
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Banbury Guardian
English composer and Sibford Ferris resident Guy Woolfenden dieswere scores for Peter Hall’s history cycle The Wars of the Roses, Trevor Nunn’s
English composer and Sibford Ferris resident Guy Woolfenden dies
Banbury Guardian / Posted 14 days ago
were scores for Peter Hall’s history cycle The Wars of the Roses, Trevor Nunn’s 1972 Roman season and Nunn’s productions of Henry IV, Parts 1 and 2, which opened the Barbican Theatre in 1982. For BBC Radio 3 he presented programmes about The... Read more
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Mashable
What's the best Shakespeare play ever written? Round 3 of 'This Be Madness'Taming of the Shrew Richard III : No one likes this king — he's a murder and
What's the best Shakespeare play ever written? Round 3 of 'This Be Madness'
Mashable / Posted 15 days ago
Taming of the Shrew Richard III : No one likes this king — he's a murder and in a bad mood. Long live the (new) king! Henry IV: Being the king is cool, except it isn't because you have to fight a ton of wars and your son is best friends with... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
Pictures of Liverpool Shakespeare shows over the yearsEveryman archive And it’s been ever thus on Liverpool stages over the decades,
Pictures of Liverpool Shakespeare shows over the years
Liverpool Echo / Posted 15 days ago
Everyman archive And it’s been ever thus on Liverpool stages over the decades, from the Royal Court - were Dame Judi Dench made her professional debut playing Ophelia in Hamlet, to the Everyman where its opening show in 1964 was Henry IV... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Chericia Brown familyChericia Brown, 31, and her two chilldren Henry IV and Aleah were killed early
Chericia Brown family
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 15 days ago
Chericia Brown, 31, and her two chilldren Henry IV and Aleah were killed early Sunday morning. They were killed by Chericia's estranged husband and the father of the kids, Henry R. Brown, who then killed himself, deputies said. This photo was taken... Read more
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Orlando Sentinel
Paramedic who ran to help domestic stabbing victim in stable conditionran the three over, deputies said. Chericia Brown was pronounced dead. Brown l
Paramedic who ran to help domestic stabbing victim in stable condition
Orlando Sentinel / Posted 15 days ago
ran the three over, deputies said. Chericia Brown was pronounced dead. Brown later killed their two children, 4-year-old Henry IV and 1-year-old Aleah, then shot and killed himself. Dorton and the nurse who also ran to Chericia Brown's aide were... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Crime, social climbing, shotgun weddings: meet the Shakespeareswhoring, robbing and outraging respectability Elsewhere in the Shakespearean u
Crime, social climbing, shotgun weddings: meet the Shakespeares
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 15 days ago
whoring, robbing and outraging respectability Elsewhere in the Shakespearean universe, fathers are exigent, cold, haughty. Henry IV, having secured the throne by political cunning, expects his son, also Henry, to emulate his example of sobriety and... Read more
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WPBF Palm Beach
Man who killed wife, children had history of domestic violence, records showchecked on her well-being since her marriage to Henry Brown began to fall apart
Man who killed wife, children had history of domestic violence, records show
WPBF Palm Beach / Posted 15 days ago
checked on her well-being since her marriage to Henry Brown began to fall apart, putting her and the couple’s children, Henry IV and Aleah, at risk. Investigators said that after Henry Brown stabbed and ran over his wife outside Chili’s, he... Read more
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Mashable
What's the best Shakespeare play ever written? Round 2 of 'This Be Madness'II: Being the king is cool, until you're really bad at it and you get deposed a
What's the best Shakespeare play ever written? Round 2 of 'This Be Madness'
Mashable / Posted 16 days ago
II: Being the king is cool, until you're really bad at it and you get deposed and murdered. Long live the (new) king! Henry IV: Being the king is cool, except it isn't because you have to fight a ton of wars and your son is best friends with... Read more
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metro
20 Shakespeare quotes to live byMeasure For Measure 5. Maybe don’t brag about your conquests on social media?
20 Shakespeare quotes to live by
metro / Posted 16 days ago
Measure For Measure 5. Maybe don’t brag about your conquests on social media? “The better part of valour is discretion” – Henry IV Part One 6. Don’t expect a fairytale romance “The course of true love never did run smooth” – A Midsummer Night’s... Read more
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WESH 2 Orlando
Man who killed wife, young children had history of domestic violence, records showchecked on her well-being since her marriage to Henry Brown began to fall apart
Man who killed wife, young children had history of domestic violence, records show
WESH 2 Orlando / Posted 16 days ago
checked on her well-being since her marriage to Henry Brown began to fall apart, putting her and the couple’s children, Henry IV and Aleah, at risk. Investigators said that after Henry Brown stabbed and ran over his wife outside Chili’s, he... Read more
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Mashable
What's the best Shakespeare play ever written? Introducing our 'This Be Madness' bracketVI: Being the king is cool, until The War of the Roses happens. Then it gets bl
What's the best Shakespeare play ever written? Introducing our 'This Be Madness' bracket
Mashable / Posted 16 days ago
VI: Being the king is cool, until The War of the Roses happens. Then it gets bloody. Long live the (new) king! Henry IV: Being the king is cool, except it isn't because you have to fight a ton of wars and your son is best friends with... Read more
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