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Artists cover Hobart in white light for the openi...
Darkness is something that Tasmania has in abundance at this time of year. Dusk falls around 4.40pm in Hobart mid-winter. It�s earlier than any of the mainland capital cities, so in many ways a...
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Museum of Old
Supreme Court ruling 50 years ago set modern cour...
Ellery Schempp knew he could get into trouble. But he didn't anticipate that his refusal to take part in a mandatory Bible reading and prayer in his homeroom class would land before the U.S. Supreme...
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English Project stages lecture next month in Winc...
English Project stages lecture next month in Winchester English Project stages lecture next month in Winchester THE ambitious scheme to create a museum of the English language in Winchester is...
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Why roses are the most famous flower | Gardening
President Barack Obama took the unusual step of holding a formal event in the White House Rose Garden this week to announce three nominees to the U.S. Court of Appeals for the D.C. Circuit. Roses are...
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Fellowship Baptist congregation under new roof
In 2008, Spears moved to DeKalb from Kentucky to start a church. His family was involved with a ministry at a nursing home and it was shut down. He took the closing the home as a sign and felt God...
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Perry and the Poor
Inasmuch as ye have done it unto one of the least of these my brethren, ye have done it unto me. — King
, Matthew, 25:40 Texas Governor Rick Perry congratulates Veteran Calvin Market...
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Off with her head
Anne Boleyn examines the story of Henry VIII's second wife, through the eyes of various key players in the king's court. Dionne Christian talks to its writer, English dramatist Howard Brenton. Andrew...
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BRITT TOWERY: To read the Bible as literal is les...
SAN ANGELO, Texas — Myths evolve from history, but they are not history. As one old-timer put it: “Y’all, nothing puts a burr under my saddle more than folks that think the King
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Melvyn Bragg on William Tyndale: his genius match...
I’ve just finished making a TV documentary on Tyndale for the BBC. I became fascinated by him when, some years ago, I read conclusive evidence that he had contributed massively to the King
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Brandt: A little bit country, a little bit gospel
It might be a departure from his usual country music, but it’s not at all far from his heart. Canadian country music singer/songwriter, Paul Brandt, is travelling across Canada, visiting 18 cities,...
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'That's a wrap': LDS Church's Bible Videos series...
GOSHEN, Utah County — Scott Smiley leans against a 3-year-old wall that looks positively ancient, created by skilled craftsmen in Central Utah to have the look and feel of old Jerusalem. “My favorite...
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With so many festivals, who needs art galleries?
With so many festivals, who needs art galleries? People love the freewheeling experimentation of art festivals. So why don’t our art institutions and galleries learn from them? Public art: Jim Ricks...
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This is Viewpoints for Monday, May 20, 2013
Powerful tribute R. Kirby Godseys Tribute to Jeff Jones: Look toward the light is powerful. Thank you for sharing it. What an honest, sincere, guide and sermon for us all. -- Del Ward...
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James Runcie: 'I want a cross between the Open Un...
Some sleep might have been lost but he managed a masterful juggling act: in Bath, he lured JK Rowling on-stage for a flirtatious (“was I too flirtatious?”) interview and followed it up with Hilary...
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Celebrate cultural gifts of gay geniuses
By Roger Guffey President Bill Clinton made a comment that has stuck in my head for years: "Look beyond the stereotypes that blind us. We need each other. All of us — we need each other. We don't...
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