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The Sunday Mercury, Birmingham Mail and Coventry Telegraph have teamed up with our friends at Allens Caravans to offer a fantastic £38,000 prize package. Our winner will enjoy the good life in an...
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2014/04/24 14:54
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An area group celebrated the birthday of William Shakespeare with a unique version of one of his classics. As part of the Great River Shakespeare Festival's 450 Birthday Party for William...
2014/04/24 14:32
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MEDIA CONTACT: Hilary Dickinson atdickinsonh@beloit.eduor 608-363-2849 What should professors teach? How does the “infosphere” affect what they teach? Should they try to “raise the consciousness” of...
2014/04/24 13:58
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When students from the Thousand Oaks-based Gold Coast Theatre Conservatory take to the stage for this season’s production of The Gold Rush, it won’t be with much fanfare. There has been minimal...
2014/04/24 13:53
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Northallerton students pay birthday tribute to the Bard The cast of Shakespeare’s A Midsummer Night’s Dream performed by students at Northallerton College. STUDENTS paid homage to one of the world’s...
2014/04/24 13:05
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This is what passes for culture in a fascist utopia. Beethoven is a big salivating dog and Shakespeare is a fishing pole. "Get'er done!", "Fuck you, I'm eating!" A slurry of bimbos, bonobos and...
2014/04/24 12:35
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The first rule of successful entertainment is to always leave the crowd wanting more. It worked for Elvis and for Shakespeare. Why should it be any different for college baseball? When it comes to...
2014/04/24 11:53
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Once more unto the breach dear friends, once more. The blast of ‘war’ blows into our ears again at St Andrew’s on Saturday. And no doubt about it, it’s a case of imitating the action of the...
2014/04/24 11:34
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Salisbury Post Arts and entertainment briefs April 24-May 1 First Responders Day On Saturday from 10:30 a.m. to 2 p.m., Northgate church will host the third annual First Responders Day, a time to...
2014/04/24 10:36
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What is the internet doing to our minds? “Maybe it’s time to start asking questions about exteriority; to switch from the corner to the phone, from the introspective essay to the online profile” I...
2014/04/24 10:06
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David Cameron with Bishop Angaelos of the Coptic Orthodox Church in the UK David Cameron's comments have sparked waves of discussion about whether Britain can really be thought of as a "Christian...
2014/04/24 09:41
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Pushing party politics aside opens door to free thinking Les Sibley says that as an independent councillor he has flexibility to work with other Bicester councillors without the hindrance of party...
2014/04/24 09:32
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Sheringham nursing home celebrates Shakespeare, St George, and trio of centenarian residentsSuncourt Nursing Home in Sheringham celebrating Shakespeare's 450th birthday and St George's Day. Actress...
2014/04/24 09:12
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Print this ArticleEmail this Article OSF's 'Wrinkle' captures L'Engle's wondrous novel There may have been mixed emotions when the Oregon Shakespeare Festival announced that veteran director Tracy...
2014/04/24 09:09
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... you can do as a play proselytising for socialism and as a play proselytising for feudalism or even capitalism. That is the extraordinary nature of his work. It is always multifaceted it is...
2014/04/24 08:32
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ARIEL VIEW INN, Lake Ariel: Saturday, Marilyn Kennedy. BAR LOUIE, Mohegan Sun at Pocono Downs, Plains Twp.: today, SIN Night; Friday, LondonForce; Saturday, Toga Party. BAR ON OAK, 900 Oak St.,...
2014/04/24 08:31
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Publication: The Day Daniel Masakowski of Stonington, left, and John Lamar of Gales Ferry rehearse for the production of "Scrooge Macbeth" at the Stonington Community Center. Imagine a mash-up of...
2014/04/24 07:53
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LONDON – Four centuries after his death, William Shakespeare is probably Britain’s best-known export, his words and characters famous around the world. It’s fitting they were first staged at a...
2014/04/24 07:26
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BLUE EARTH - Mitchell Chautauqua Circle of Blue Earth stepped into the future of education 130 years ago, and is still promoting education, as well as honoring women for their good deeds. The...
2014/04/24 07:08
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The life and works of William Shakespeare will be celebrated across the world in 2016 to mark the 400th anniversary of the writer’s death. The British Council is drawing up plans for a global...
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