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Weekly Times
A new act of faithfor CL: Reverend Rob Gillion is a former professional actor in the UK, performi
A new act of faith
Weekly Times / Posted 6 minutes ago
for CL: Reverend Rob Gillion is a former professional actor in the UK, performing Shakespeare and one-time comedy act, and is now the Bishop of the Riverina Picture: ANDY ROGERS SHAKESPEAREAN thespian, cruise ship cabaret performer, mime artist,... Read more
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WA Today
Coal dust cloud hangs over AGM for QBE boss John Nealhusband of QBE's chairman at the time, Belinda Hutchison. He made a motza in th
Coal dust cloud hangs over AGM for QBE boss John Neal
WA Today / Posted 30 minutes ago
husband of QBE's chairman at the time, Belinda Hutchison. He made a motza in the coal boom didn't he? Illustration: John Shakespeare. At least Neal is saying the right thing, as demonstrated by his post to LinkedIn last month: "To me 1) climate... Read more
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New Haven Independent
36-Hour Radiothon! Tune In Nowp.m. Circle of Care 3 p.m. Square Foot Theater Company 3:30 p.m. Starfish Gir
36-Hour Radiothon! Tune In Now
New Haven Independent / Posted 32 minutes ago
p.m. Circle of Care 3 p.m. Square Foot Theater Company 3:30 p.m. Starfish Girl Anitstalking Campaign 4 p.m. Elm Shakespeare Company 4:30 p.m. New Haven Symphony 5 p.m. Squash Haven 5:15 Happy Hour report (From Christy’s) 5:30 p.m.... Read more
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The Star
Forsooth! Joy for Richard III as Leicester shock worldanswered questions from Reuters in language somewhere close to that of another
Forsooth! Joy for Richard III as Leicester shock world
The Star / Posted 46 minutes ago
answered questions from Reuters in language somewhere close to that of another icon from the English Midlands, William Shakespeare, who wrote the tragedy Richard III and who died 400 years ago. Q. Leicester's fortunes changed the day you were... Read more
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PhysOrg
Looking for art in artificial intelligenceshort stories, or dance music that is indistinguishable from human-generated wo
Looking for art in artificial intelligence
PhysOrg / Posted 55 minutes ago
short stories, or dance music that is indistinguishable from human-generated works, though perhaps not yet so advanced as Shakespeare, O. Henry or Daft Punk. Conducting the tests The dance music competition ("Algorhythms") requires participants... Read more
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Super Sport
How Ranieri outfoxed the worldyouth, continuity and hunger. All who seemed to function the previous season w
How Ranieri outfoxed the world
Super Sport / Posted an hour ago
youth, continuity and hunger. All who seemed to function the previous season were conserved, like assistant coach Craig Shakespeare, and out the window went the rest. The acquisition of Frenchman N'Golo Kanté from SM Caen in France, Austrian... Read more
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Sydney Morning Herald
Coal dust cloud hangs over AGM for QBE boss John Neal2012 with the cover page featuring a monstrous open cut coal mine with the word
Coal dust cloud hangs over AGM for QBE boss John Neal
Sydney Morning Herald / Posted an hour ago
2012 with the cover page featuring a monstrous open cut coal mine with the words: Made possible by QBE. Illustration: John Shakespeare. "QBE is a major insurer of the mining sector, from leading global players to specialist service providers and... Read more
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Canberra Times
Coal dust cloud hangs over AGM for QBE boss John Nealhusband of QBE's chairman at the time, Belinda Hutchison. He made a motza in th
Coal dust cloud hangs over AGM for QBE boss John Neal
Canberra Times / Posted an hour ago
husband of QBE's chairman at the time, Belinda Hutchison. He made a motza in the coal boom didn't he? Illustration: John Shakespeare. At least Neal is saying the right thing, as demonstrated by his post to LinkedIn last month: "To me 1) climate... Read more
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New Haven Independent
36-Hour Webathon! Tune In Nowp.m. Circle of Care 3 p.m. Square Foot Theater Company 3:30 p.m. Starfish Gir
36-Hour Webathon! Tune In Now
New Haven Independent / Posted 2 hours ago
p.m. Circle of Care 3 p.m. Square Foot Theater Company 3:30 p.m. Starfish Girl Anitstalking Campaign 4 p.m. Elm Shakespeare Company 4:30 p.m. New Haven Symphony 5 p.m. Squash Haven 5:15 Happy Hour report (From Christy’s) 5:30 p.m.... Read more
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Los Angeles Times
A triumphant ‘Endgame’ for Beckett veteran Alan Mandellplay” are his first words, and he tries his bullying best to make theatrical sp
A triumphant ‘Endgame’ for Beckett veteran Alan Mandell
Los Angeles Times / Posted 2 hours ago
play” are his first words, and he tries his bullying best to make theatrical sport out of the affliction that is his life. Shakespeare famously compared the world to a stage, returning again and again to the metaphor of life as an ephemeral... Read more
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New Kerala
Sir Ian McKellen to visit India with 'Shakespeare Lives on Film' - newkerala.com #58276Kolkata, May 3 : Shakespeare's legacy across theatre and film has been unparall
Sir Ian McKellen to visit India with 'Shakespeare Lives on Film' - newkerala.com #58276
New Kerala / Posted 2 hours ago
Kolkata, May 3 : Shakespeare's legacy across theatre and film has been unparalleled. It has transcended borders and has been adapted, represented and celebrated globally. 2016 is the 400th anniversary of Shakespeares death. To mark the occasion, the... Read more
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Liverpool Echo
You know you have a teenager doing their GCSEs when...you're fine with this...You often walk in a room to find your teenager doing so
You know you have a teenager doing their GCSEs when...
Liverpool Echo / Posted 2 hours ago
you're fine with this...You often walk in a room to find your teenager doing something like this... "Come on Shakespeare... just get in my brain!" It's normal, don't worry.Or sometimes you know they are not doing what they should... Read more
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5KSDK St. Louis
Trump on Fiorina's fall: 'I would have helped her'Hillary Clinton in November's general election. "I'm the only one who can win
Trump on Fiorina's fall: 'I would have helped her'
5KSDK St. Louis / Posted 3 hours ago
Hillary Clinton in November's general election. "I'm the only one who can win this race," Trump said. "He sounds like Shakespeare." Two recent polls are oddly divided on which way Hoosiers will vote Tuesday. An NBC News/Wall Street... Read more
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Morningstar
Jack Bogle’s Latest: Basic Mathmetaphor than I do. (SAT question: Jack Bogle is to the Old Testament as your a
Jack Bogle’s Latest: Basic Math
Morningstar / Posted 3 hours ago
metaphor than I do. (SAT question: Jack Bogle is to the Old Testament as your author is to: A) Homer, B) Milton, C) Shakespeare, D) a comic strip.) In either case, though, the claim is simplicity. Two Math Paths As Bogle points out, there... Read more
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Leicester City Mad
The Tinkerman who became a championthree years later. The Tinkerman was expected to change but his best move as b
The Tinkerman who became a champion
Leicester City Mad / Posted 3 hours ago
three years later. The Tinkerman was expected to change but his best move as boss was to maintain the status quo. Craig Shakespeare and Steve Walsh, Pearson's long-time lieutenants, stayed - as did the squad N'Golo Kante and Shinji Okazaki... Read more
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The Age
Coal dust cloud hangs over AGM for QBE boss John Neal2012 with the cover page featuring a monstrous open cut coal mine with the word
Coal dust cloud hangs over AGM for QBE boss John Neal
The Age / Posted 4 hours ago
2012 with the cover page featuring a monstrous open cut coal mine with the words: Made possible by QBE. Illustration: John Shakespeare. "QBE is a major insurer of the mining sector, from leading global players to specialist service providers and... Read more
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Wandsworth Guardian
Hamlet heads to Croydon pubbe the question when Hamlet comes to Croydon – the question may well be ‘whose
Hamlet heads to Croydon pub
Wandsworth Guardian / Posted 4 hours ago
be the question when Hamlet comes to Croydon – the question may well be ‘whose round is it?’ An all-male performance of Shakespeare’s most famous play on May 16 won’t be at an established theatre but at the Oval Tavern. The Festival Players... Read more
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Evening Standard
Crooks, theatre review: Pretending to the art of immersive theatreMaureen Lipman putting her dry humour to superb use. Alex Harvey-Brown/Savanna
Crooks, theatre review: Pretending to the art of immersive theatre
Evening Standard / Posted 4 hours ago
Maureen Lipman putting her dry humour to superb use. Alex Harvey-Brown/Savannah Photographic Until August 13, Royal Shakespeare Theatre, Stratford-upon-Avon, Buy ticketsHenry Hitchings says... As a brash and youthful Hamlet, in Simon... Read more
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Croydon Guardian
Hamlet heads to Croydon pubbe the question when Hamlet comes to Croydon – the question may well be ‘whose
Hamlet heads to Croydon pub
Croydon Guardian / Posted 4 hours ago
be the question when Hamlet comes to Croydon – the question may well be ‘whose round is it?’ An all-male performance of Shakespeare’s most famous play on May 16 won’t be at an established theatre but at the Oval Tavern. The Festival Players... Read more
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Kingston Guardian
Hamlet heads to Croydon pubbe the question when Hamlet comes to Croydon – the question may well be ‘whose
Hamlet heads to Croydon pub
Kingston Guardian / Posted 4 hours ago
be the question when Hamlet comes to Croydon – the question may well be ‘whose round is it?’ An all-male performance of Shakespeare’s most famous play on May 16 won’t be at an established theatre but at the Oval Tavern. The Festival Players... Read more
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Daily Mirror
Leicester owe remarkable rise to Steve Walshimmense credit that when Pearson was forced out last summer, they kept hold of
Leicester owe remarkable rise to Steve Walsh
Daily Mirror / Posted 4 hours ago
immense credit that when Pearson was forced out last summer, they kept hold of his trusted allies, Walsh and coach Craig Shakespeare. And it is to Claudio Ranieri's credit that he allowed two men with such close links to his predecessor to stay... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Keeley Hawes based Shakespeare royal role on Princess Diana Keeley Hawes stars as Elizabeth Woodville in The Hollow Crown: The War Of The
Keeley Hawes based Shakespeare royal role on Princess Diana
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 5 hours ago
Keeley Hawes stars as Elizabeth Woodville in The Hollow Crown: The War Of The Roses Actress Keeley Hawes has revealed she based her recent Shakespearean TV character on Diana, Princess of... Read more
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WTHR Indianapolis
Let's honor our favorite teachers on this Teacher Appreciation Day!species! Miss Taylor was my high school college prep teacher. She not only tau
Let's honor our favorite teachers on this Teacher Appreciation Day!
WTHR Indianapolis / Posted 5 hours ago
species! Miss Taylor was my high school college prep teacher. She not only taught me a love of literature and the works of Shakespeare, but was influential in other aspects of my life too. She taught me to set the bar high in everything I did in... Read more
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Guardian Unlimited
Leicester City’s title triumph: the inside story of an extraordinary season | Stuart Jamesby Rudkin and the club’s owners. Ranieri, crucially, was happy to work with th
Leicester City’s title triumph: the inside story of an extraordinary season | Stuart James
Guardian Unlimited / Posted 5 hours ago
by Rudkin and the club’s owners. Ranieri, crucially, was happy to work with the club’s existing staff, including Craig Shakespeare, who also holds the title of assistant manager and has a close rapport with the players; he is out on the... Read more
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The New Statesman
“Driving Through the Pit Town”: a poem by Rory Watermanmonth, preparations for the Battle of the Somme were no impediment to national
“Driving Through the Pit Town”: a poem by Rory Waterman
The New Statesman / Posted 6 hours ago
month, preparations for the Battle of the Somme were no impediment to national remembrance of the tercentenary of William Shakespeare’s death. He had been buried on 25 April 1616, but it was generally agreed that he had died two days earlier, on... Read more
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Daily Telegraph
Leicester for a city break? Why notof Richard? It is perhaps still something of a shock that Britain's most malign
Leicester for a city break? Why not
Daily Telegraph / Posted 6 hours ago
of Richard? It is perhaps still something of a shock that Britain's most maligned monarch – a figure who was painted by Shakespeare, not entirely without justification, as a ruthless opportunist – has become a tourist attraction. But this is... Read more
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RTE News
Ranieri 'so proud' of underdog champions Leicesterthree years later. The Tinkerman was expected to change but his best move as b
Ranieri 'so proud' of underdog champions Leicester
RTE News / Posted 7 hours ago
three years later. The Tinkerman was expected to change but his best move as boss was to maintain the status quo. Craig Shakespeare and Steve Walsh, Pearson's long-time lieutenants, stayed - as did the squad. N'Golo Kante and Shinji Okazaki... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
TV series about Howell and Hazel is compelling but spare a thought for their relativesremoving them from their suffering. How can such dualities exist so easily? An
TV series about Howell and Hazel is compelling but spare a thought for their relatives
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 7 hours ago
removing them from their suffering. How can such dualities exist so easily? And there's the rub - as our old friend Willy Shakespeare would write. For ITV's dramatisation of true events is exactly that. While certain facts are not in doubt, we are... Read more
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The Aspen Times
Shakespeare in the Park returning with ‘As You Like It’The Hudson Reed Ensemble will return to Galena Plaza this summer with a product
Shakespeare in the Park returning with ‘As You Like It’
The Aspen Times / Posted 7 hours ago
The Hudson Reed Ensemble will return to Galena Plaza this summer with a production of William Shakespeare’s comedy “As You Like It.” The play will mark the 10th anniversary of the nonprofit’s Shakespeare in the Park series, and the company’s return... Read more
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Irish Examiner
Ranieri's maiden top-flight title has certainly been worth the waitthe Tinkerman and while history suggested he’d make changes, his best move as b
Ranieri's maiden top-flight title has certainly been worth the wait
Irish Examiner / Posted 7 hours ago
the Tinkerman and while history suggested he’d make changes, his best move as boss was to maintain the status quo. Craig Shakespeare and Steve Walsh, Pearson’s long-time lieutenants, stayed – as did the squad. N’Golo Kante and Shinji Okazaki... Read more
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The Record
Waterloo councillor champions new cycling fundraiser for mental healthin Kitchener, Ontario, is a local store that takes pride in helping its... Pie
Waterloo councillor champions new cycling fundraiser for mental health
The Record / Posted 8 hours ago
in Kitchener, Ontario, is a local store that takes pride in helping its... Pie lovers will delight in a visit to the Shakespeare Pies bakery! With locations in both... Do you know where the word "chocolate" comes from? Or where the majority... Read more
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The Record
WhatsApp is what's out in Brazil, amid judicial battlegrim news first. According to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, 9 out of 10...
WhatsApp is what's out in Brazil, amid judicial battle
The Record / Posted 8 hours ago
grim news first. According to the Heart and Stroke Foundation, 9 out of 10... Pie lovers will delight in a visit to the Shakespeare Pies bakery! With locations in both... Over the past few years many southern Ontario municipalities have been... Read more
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The Record
Daddy Daze: At first the spreadsheet made dad a hero …one of the largest muscles in the body. The wall of the heart is the muscle...
Daddy Daze: At first the spreadsheet made dad a hero …
The Record / Posted 8 hours ago
one of the largest muscles in the body. The wall of the heart is the muscle... Pie lovers will delight in a visit to the Shakespeare Pies bakery! With locations in both... If you’re wondering whether you should repair your existing stove or buy... Read more
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Daily Mail
Modern Family duo Sofia Vergara and Ariel Winter put on busty displayEight-year-old Aubrey Anderson-Emmons looked cute in a blue-striped Boden dress
Modern Family duo Sofia Vergara and Ariel Winter put on busty display
Daily Mail / Posted 9 hours ago
Eight-year-old Aubrey Anderson-Emmons looked cute in a blue-striped Boden dress with a plaited hairdo courtesy of Tara Shakespeare Luke and Manny! Nolan Gould and Rico Rodriguez - both 17 - rocked dapper blazers with casual denim The... Read more
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Times of Malta
To be or not to be‘’, is the famous opening question posed by William Shakespeare in Hamlet. ‘ a
To be or not to be
Times of Malta / Posted 9 hours ago
‘’, is the famous opening question posed by William Shakespeare in Hamlet. ‘ a silent citizen?’ is my adapted question. It is a simple question. Yet, it has profound, challenging and provoking connotations.... Read more
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Raw Story
A new type of Turing Test: Two researchers explain their search for the art in artificial intelligenceshort stories, or dance music that is indistinguishable from human-generated wo
A new type of Turing Test: Two researchers explain their search for the art in artificial intelligence
Raw Story / Posted 11 hours ago
short stories, or dance music that is indistinguishable from human-generated works, though perhaps not yet so advanced as Shakespeare, O. Henry or Daft Punk.Conducting the tests The dance music competition (“Algorhythms”) requires participants to... Read more
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The Wilmington Star-News
The Buzz, May 3and not 85 ft. Still worried?

“The Tempest” was awesome. A feast for the

The Buzz, May 3
The Wilmington Star-News / Posted 13 hours ago
and not 85 ft. Still worried?

“The Tempest” was awesome. A feast for the eyes and ears. Congratulations, Dram Tree Shakespeare.

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The World Game
From Tinkerman to champion: Ranieri writes the greatest story ever toldthree years later. The Tinkerman was expected to change but his best move as b
From Tinkerman to champion: Ranieri writes the greatest story ever told
The World Game / Posted 14 hours ago
three years later. The Tinkerman was expected to change but his best move as boss was to maintain the status quo. Craig Shakespeare and Steve Walsh, Pearson's long-time lieutenants, stayed - as did the squad. N'Golo Kante and Shinji Okazaki... Read more
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The Buffalo News
Coming upcollege campus, 4380 Main St., Amherst. For information, call 839-8334. IMAGIN
Coming up
The Buffalo News / Posted 15 hours ago
college campus, 4380 Main St., Amherst. For information, call 839-8334. IMAGINE LECTURE SERIES: Saul Elkin, director of Shakespeare in Delaware Park, and Barbara Bono, UB/Buffalo Bard 2016, are the speakers for this week’s “Imagine” Lecture... Read more
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The Sacramento Bee
Let’s spread the wealth on giving dayup 22 percent this year. The halftime celebration also has diversified. While
Let’s spread the wealth on giving day
The Sacramento Bee / Posted 16 hours ago
up 22 percent this year. The halftime celebration also has diversified. While the Camellia Symphony Orchestra and Davis Shakespeare Ensemble will perform, and the Crocker Art Museum will offer a hands-on activity, a wide variety of other groups... Read more
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Leicester City Mad
Claudio Ranieri- The Tinkerman who became a championthree years later. The Tinkerman was expected to change but his best move as b
Claudio Ranieri- The Tinkerman who became a champion
Leicester City Mad / Posted 16 hours ago
three years later. The Tinkerman was expected to change but his best move as boss was to maintain the status quo. Craig Shakespeare and Steve Walsh, Pearson's long-time lieutenants, stayed - as did the squad N'Golo Kante and Shinji Okazaki... Read more
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Football.co.uk
Claudio Ranieri: The Tinkerman who became a championthree years later. The Tinkerman was expected to change but his best move as b
Claudio Ranieri: The Tinkerman who became a champion
Football.co.uk / Posted 16 hours ago
three years later. The Tinkerman was expected to change but his best move as boss was to maintain the status quo. Craig Shakespeare and Steve Walsh, Pearson's long-time lieutenants, stayed - as did the squad. N'Golo Kante and Shinji Okazaki... Read more
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International Business Times
Leicester City win the Premier League: How Claudio Ranieri went from tinkerman to title winner can often have an adverse effect – as evidenced by David Moyes' failed stint at
Leicester City win the Premier League: How Claudio Ranieri went from tinkerman to title winner
International Business Times / Posted 17 hours ago
can often have an adverse effect – as evidenced by David Moyes' failed stint at Manchester United.Steve Walsh and Craig Shakespeare have been hugely important in easing the transition from Nigel Pearson to Claudio RanieriGetty That approach has... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Claudio Ranieri: The Tinkerman who became a championthree years later. The Tinkerman was expected to change but his best move as b
Claudio Ranieri: The Tinkerman who became a champion
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 hours ago
three years later. The Tinkerman was expected to change but his best move as boss was to maintain the status quo. Craig Shakespeare and Steve Walsh, Pearson's long-time lieutenants, stayed - as did the squad. N'Golo Kante and Shinji Okazaki... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Leicester crowned Premier League champions after Chelsea comeback against Tottenhamthree years later. The Tinkerman was expected to change but his best move as b
Leicester crowned Premier League champions after Chelsea comeback against Tottenham
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 hours ago
three years later. The Tinkerman was expected to change but his best move as boss was to maintain the status quo. Craig Shakespeare and Steve Walsh, Pearson's long-time lieutenants, stayed - as did the squad. N'Golo Kante and Shinji Okazaki... Read more
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Belfast Telegraph
Leicester claim Premier League crown: Foxes' fairy tale storythree years later. The Tinkerman was expected to change but his best move as b
Leicester claim Premier League crown: Foxes' fairy tale story
Belfast Telegraph / Posted 17 hours ago
three years later. The Tinkerman was expected to change but his best move as boss was to maintain the status quo. Craig Shakespeare and Steve Walsh, Pearson's long-time lieutenants, stayed - as did the squad. N'Golo Kante and Shinji Okazaki... Read more
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Ballard News-Tribune
What the ShakespearePat's View: Unless you are a recent arrival from Mars, you have no doubt hear
What the Shakespeare
Ballard News-Tribune / Posted 17 hours ago
Pat's View: Unless you are a recent arrival from Mars, you have no doubt heard the expression, “What the dickens?” It is used in common sentences such as: “What the dickens are you kids doing with that aardvark?” Or, “Coach... Read more
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New Haven Independent
36-Hour Radiothon Starts Tuesday At 8 AMp.m. Circle of Care 3 p.m. Square Foot Theater Company 3:30 p.m. Starfish Gir
36-Hour Radiothon Starts Tuesday At 8 AM
New Haven Independent / Posted 17 hours ago
p.m. Circle of Care 3 p.m. Square Foot Theater Company 3:30 p.m. Starfish Girl Anitstalking Campaign 4 p.m. Elm Shakespeare Company 4:30 p.m. New Haven Symphony 5 p.m. Squash Haven 5:15 Happy Hour report (From Christy’s) 5:30 p.m.... Read more
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The New Zealand Herald
Alexander Gillespie: Unhappy British don't see benefits union has offeredhas many people worried. Photo / Getty Images Four hundred years past his deat
Alexander Gillespie: Unhappy British don't see benefits union has offered
The New Zealand Herald / Posted 18 hours ago
has many people worried. Photo / Getty Images Four hundred years past his death, the question the very English William Shakespeare would pose today is whether it is better to be or not to be - European. The British will answer the question in a... Read more
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Gamasutra
Patrice Desilets: 30 words on creativity, plus a peek at 1666if the buttons work it's fun, and if they don't, it's not. So then you go back
Patrice Desilets: 30 words on creativity, plus a peek at 1666
Gamasutra / Posted 18 hours ago
if the buttons work it's fun, and if they don't, it's not. So then you go back to the selling part.”12) Theatre “Stage, Shakespeare, is what I use to describe what we're doing to my team. Being live, that's the dialog. I'm here, in real life [at... Read more
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