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2015/03/30 10:09
2015/03/30 10:09
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Alan Moore is back this month with a new chapter of his ongoing The League of Extraordinary Gentlemen series. Nemo River of Ghosts (Knockabout, £9.99) is a metafictional romp that takes in dinosaurs,...
2015/03/30 10:09
2015/03/30 10:09
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2015/03/28 01:49
2015/03/28 01:49
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Third volume of Samuel Beckett letters unveiled at Irish launch ‘The Letters of Samuel Beckett: Volume 3, 1957-1965’ launched in conjunction with Trinity College Dublin and the French embassy Samuel...
2015/03/26 12:37
2015/03/26 12:37
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He had more to say to Martin Scorsese, both fan and friend. When director and composer collaborated on Kundun, Scorsese's epic about the Dalai Lama, the film-maker found that Glass had not yet seen...
2015/03/26 07:51
2015/03/26 07:51
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Book Review 341: American Cornball AMERICAN CORNBALL: A Laffopedic Guide to the Formerly Funny, by Christopher Miller. 530 pages, illustrated. Harper, $35 The funniest thing about “American...
2015/03/24 09:49
2015/03/24 09:49
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Michael Harding: Winter releases its clutch and the blur falls away Spring wakens me early in the morning, as the dawn drags songs from the throats of little birds Though the trees are still bare...
2015/03/23 05:12
2015/03/23 05:12
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Novak Djokovic clearly went into his Indian Wells final with Roger Federer thinking, This ends here; this ends now. After all, Federer has become the chief thorn in top-ranked Djokovic's...
2015/03/22 09:08
2015/03/22 09:08
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NOBODY tells Paul Riley to break a leg when he goes on stage. As Still Game’s Winston Ingram, he’s only got the one to stand on, the other trussed up behind him to play the pensioner who lost his...
2015/03/21 01:49
2015/03/21 01:49
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Review: John Banville on The Blue Room, by Georges Simenon A triumph of realistic fiction pared to, and close to, the bone Realistic fiction at its finest conveys such a palpable impression of the...
2015/03/19 11:49
2015/03/19 11:49
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A tribute to Terry Pratchett by his agent, the man who first published him in 1971 Anglo-Irish publisher Colin Smythe on his relationship with the Discworld author, who died last week, and his soft...
2015/03/19 04:57
2015/03/19 04:57
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That infallible organ of British conservatism and classism, The Daily Telegraph recently published a list of The 100 Best Novels of all Time. I had to review the list several times, before first...
2015/03/19 02:24
2015/03/19 02:24
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ACT and I go way back. As a volunteer usher at the Milwaukee Repertory Theatre in 1963, I saw every night for a month Bill Ball's prototype production of the Tartuffe that became his calling card when...
2015/03/18 21:11
2015/03/18 21:11
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LITTLE kids get their own big day of fun at the Gympie Civic Centre this Saturday. Three professional performances head the program for the free Little Kids Day Out which promises free fun for all...
2015/03/18 20:50
2015/03/18 20:50
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Surely the franchise involving a demonic, but fun loving, leprechaun came up at some point in conversation yesterday. Was it Jennifer Aniston's cinematic debut in the first film? Was it the...
2015/03/17 21:16
2015/03/17 21:16
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The narrative patterns as observed today are fast changing around the global literary scene due to several reasons. One of the most significant trends is the need to express the stark reality which...
2015/03/17 16:19
2015/03/17 16:19
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... Monasteries like Kylemore Abbey in County Galway are outrageously peaceful. The Irish church was far from the influence of Rome, so it developed its own Celtic...
2015/03/17 11:26
2015/03/17 11:26
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New Navy vessel to control drones and robotic subs By Ralph Riegel – 17 March 2015 03:00 AM THE Naval Service will more than halve the age of its eight-vessel fleet when the third ship in a €162m...
2015/03/15 03:59
2015/03/15 03:59
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There is a cute guy in Birmingham who is in an uphill fight with cancer. Sid Ortis is a big LSU fan – his parents are from Louisiana – and, when he finally came home after another tough surgery the...
2015/03/14 18:16
2015/03/14 18:16
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Clueless about the women behind great men? Virginia Woolf once quipped, "For most of history, Anonymous was a woman." Supporting a famous husband or partner and not sharing in any of their glory was...
2015/03/13 22:42
2015/03/13 22:42
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New recruits at their passing out parade must realise they are entering the Irish Naval Service at probably the most exciting time in its history. The newly-enlisted 41 men and two women will be...
2015/03/12 20:50
2015/03/12 20:50
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This is for all the paraskevidekatriaphobias out there. ...And if the fact that today is Friday the 13th scares you, you’re one of them. There are many superstitions that many Americans give at...
2015/03/30 10:09
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