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THERE are two moments in the Donmar Warehouse production of Shakespeare’s Coriolanus that will remain etched in my mind for a long time to come. In the first, a blood-spattered Tom Hiddleston, who...
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Jewish Self-Respect Mandated that Ramaz Not Promo...
Rashid Khaledi and the Ramaz School have together taught us something very important – if only we would listen: There are no two sides to some questions. Khaledi is the tweed-coat wearing proponent...
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Brian Monteith: Yes heads in sand as firms comment
BUSINESS leaders’ views should be welcomed, not sneered at, as they will help broaden the Scottish independence debate, writes Brian Monteith The reaction to the diplomatic and carefully-worded...
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Where the China Lobby Meets Closed Doors: Congress
I’m regularly exposed to sympathizers of the People’s Republic of China, who often are business people or ethnic Chinese (or both) with an interest in fostering better relations between that nation...
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Huntington University professor sharing Shakespea...
A Huntington University professor has established a program at the Pendleton Correctional Facility to give inmates a chance to rehabilitate themselves by relating the works of William Shakespeare to...
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From Sochi with Olympic love
Photo by Pavel Filatov By Pavel Filatov We arrived in Sochi a few days before the Games opened. The city welcomed us with sunshine, it was +13 Centigrade. A few years ago, the airport in Adler was a...
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The failure of Obama's aristocracy of merit
Barack Obama has built a top-and-bottom coalition -- academics and gentry liberals, blacks and... The roots of American liberalism are not compassion but snobbery. That's the thesis of Fred Siegel's...
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Sochi Volunteers Filling Empty Seats, Organizers ...
SOCHI — Sochi Winter Olympics organizers are asking volunteers to fill some of the empty seats at venues during competition, they said Monday. Some 70 percent of tickets were sold prior to the event...
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Why Hiddleston's Coriolanus trumps Lear
In Henry V, the helicopter, like the widescreen television news, fitted the milieu of Tony Blair-era war and propaganda. This could be done almost without strain because Henry V is a profoundly...
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How Labour can counter the populist threat
Nigel Farage canvasses for UKIP's local candidate Glyn Wright in Salford on September 30, 2013. Photograph: Getty Images. Ed Miliband’s determination to end "machine politics" and reenergise...
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