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2015/02/27 12:07
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THIS WEEK: Feb. 27 to March 5, 2015 Words Better Left Unsaid, a short play by Wilkes University senior Simone Hanna about a young woman contemplating suicide. Black Box Theatre of the Dorothy Dickson...
2015/02/27 12:07
2015/02/27 12:07
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2015/02/27 06:10
2015/02/27 06:10
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If you’re an animated film fan, get yourself and your kids (if any) to Kendall Square Cinema to see the Academy Award-­nominated “Song of the Sea,” another Celtic-infused, kaleidoscopic dream vision...
2015/02/27 04:52
2015/02/27 04:52
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The pipes of the organ in White Concert Hall and two percussionists will accompany the voices Monday night at the Topeka Festival Singers’ “Pipes & Percussion” concert, but they won’t be the program’s...
2015/02/23 21:55
2015/02/23 21:55
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Freedom of expression has been a cornerstone of democratic rights in the west for more than 200 years. Few are willing to challenge this right in public. However, some are more than happy to question...
2015/02/23 14:01
2015/02/23 14:01
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Lewis Carroll’s novel, Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, celebrates its 150th anniversary this year. Despite the story’s setting down rabbit holes and at mad hatter’s tea parties, London is a rabbit...
2015/02/20 23:24
2015/02/20 23:24
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A drama centred on the awakening of the painter Margaret Keane, her phenomenal success in the 1950s, and the subsequent legal difficulties she had with her husband, who claimed credit for her works in...
2015/02/20 10:07
2015/02/20 10:07
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THIS WEEK: Feb. 20 to 26, 2015 Romeo and Juliet, Shakespeare’s tale of star-crossed lovers from two feuding families. Performed by the Wyoming Seminary Middle School Players at the Lower School’s...
2015/02/19 12:22
2015/02/19 12:22
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DOZENS of youngsters celebrated the 150th anniversary of Alice in Wonderland by having their own Mad Hatter's Tea Party. The party, which was attended by 140 children, took place at King's Church in...
2015/02/16 22:43
2015/02/16 22:43
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NEW YORK ­­- You probably won’t be eligible for the generous discount accorded federal employees on official business. You’ll have to make do without the monogrammed towels and bedding and the...
2015/02/16 08:08
2015/02/16 08:08
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As the celebrated children’s book of Britain’s Victorian era turns 150, an exhibition in Texas traces its history to show how Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland adapted and transformed through...
2015/02/16 00:51
2015/02/16 00:51
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Illustration of the Mad Hatter's tea party in Alice's Adventures in Wonderland This years marks the publication, 150 years ago, of Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland, possibly the most famous...
2015/02/14 22:52
2015/02/14 22:52
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WASHINGTON — People taking public tours of the White House now will have to leave a little more room in their schedules. The White House announced Tuesday that a new room, the nearly 200-year-old Old...
2015/02/13 15:39
2015/02/13 15:39
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OTTAWA "I have seen the stature of our country grow, in the eyes of the world ... Today, Canada stands tall in the world." — Foreign Affairs Minister John Baird in his resignation speech in the House...
2015/02/13 15:07
2015/02/13 15:07
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We talk to *the* top Ripperologist about the mystery that just won't die... Grimy, violent and disturbing, it’s nice to see Ripper Street returning to our screens. One of the more compelling serials...
2015/02/11 14:21
2015/02/11 14:21
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An historic Alice in Wonderland statue of a white rabbit is set to be watched over by eye-in-the sky security cameras after being attacked by vandals. Unveiled by Prime Minister David Lloyd George in...
2015/02/11 00:52
2015/02/11 00:52
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... Adams always said that he chose the number 42 because it was so ordinary. He said: “In fact it’s the sort of number that you could without any fear introduce to your parents.” 2. In 1552 Thomas...
2015/02/09 23:49
2015/02/09 23:49
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As Lewis Carroll’s Alice’s Adventures in Wonderland turns 150, a new exhibition in the US traces the history and evolution of a true modern classic. When it was published in Great Britain in 1865,...
2015/02/09 22:36
2015/02/09 22:36
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By ANDY HALLMAN/Ledger photos | Feb 09, 2015 Fairfield Public Library held “A Mad Hatter Tea” Saturday, featuring children and adults dressed as their favorite characters from the classic tale “Alice...
2015/02/09 18:55
2015/02/09 18:55
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Ahh, Valentine’s Day. It’s a holiday that triggers extreme love or hatred. And the beauty of Boston is, no matter which camp you are in, there are places to go. Single and hating this holiday? There...
2015/02/08 09:49
2015/02/08 09:49
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First Encounters: Joe Boske and Tom Mathews 'You could say we are brothers under the skin’ Artist Joe Boske and cartoonist Tom Mathews I’m not quite certain when I met Tom – it would have been the...
2015/02/27 12:07
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