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2014/10/30 21:12
2014/10/30 21:12
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Chris Ofili came to prominence very early in his career – so early, in fact, that it might have hurt him. Two years out of art school he had solo shows in New York and London; by 30, he had a Turner...
2014/10/30 21:12
2014/10/30 21:12
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2014/10/25 23:46
2014/10/25 23:46
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Full tilt: Ben Cross and Nigel Havers compete to get around the main court at Trinity College, Cambridge, in less time than it takes the clock to strike 12 in Chariots of Fire. If watching running...
2014/10/25 20:06
2014/10/25 20:06
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He was the man who turned London's Olympic stadium into a country meadow. Covering the capital in trees was surely the next logical step. Frank Cottrell Boyce's contribution to this latest series of...
2014/10/22 22:03
2014/10/22 22:03
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So Bono has now apologized for foisting the new U2 album upon everyone via its automatic appearance in iTunes collections worldwide. It was one of those non-apology apologies. The ever-earnest singer...
2014/10/21 15:52
2014/10/21 15:52
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John Jacobs had the talent to win on the PGA Tour but only earned enough to "cover tips and cab fare," he says. John Jacobs has lost his way. He's behind the wheel of a cart at Bighorn Golf Club in...
2014/10/20 02:09
2014/10/20 02:09
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Tempest returns to the capital on Saturday to launch her new poetry collection, Hold Your Own, with her star in the ascendency. She was recently named as a Next Generation Poet, the youngest on the...
2014/10/19 07:42
2014/10/19 07:42
11d
In January 1914, Aston Webb, architect of the Victoria and Albert Museum, the facade of Buckingham Palace and parts of Birmingham University, had a dream. He told the London Society, a group of...
2014/10/16 11:09
2014/10/16 11:09
14d
The French House used to be called the York Minster, and was given the nickname the French Place by its regulars, who once included Francis Bacon and Lucien Freud. Nowadays, a semi-bohemian crowd are...
2014/10/16 04:41
2014/10/16 04:41
15d
Heart and Soul Many poets and artists view the image as a channel through which the soul speaks. Kurt Von Voetsch (aka “Chugger”) has tapped into this source as he pieced together fragments of...
2014/10/14 16:47
2014/10/14 16:47
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My friend Sally Morphet was an immensely accomplished diplomat and academic; but those who also knew her in the company of her husband, Richard, former Keeper of the Modern Collection at the Tate...
2014/10/12 18:16
2014/10/12 18:16
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... In May, Vladimir Putin helped release three rare Siberian tigers into the wilds of Russia's remote eastern Amur region. Now, after reports last week that one of them had crossed over into China (the...
2014/10/11 07:08
2014/10/11 07:08
19d
The Ramblers’ Association has launched its Autumn Walk Programme (October to December) with over 25 walks to be held mainly on Wednesdays, Saturdays and Sundays. The walks are led by experienced and...
2014/10/09 20:01
2014/10/09 20:01
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FBI exhumes body of John Doe in Scottsboro in 10 Most Wanted searchFBI exhumes body of John Doe in Scottsboro in 10 Most Wanted search The FBI exhumed the body of an unidentified man in Alabama on...
2014/10/09 18:24
2014/10/09 18:24
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Two men have been charged with burglary after sheriff's deputies say they stole items from a home in Grayson Valley. Deputies responded to a call of a burglary in progress around 8:00 p.m. Wednesday...
2014/10/07 10:12
2014/10/07 10:12
23d
On behalf of John Ruskin, I would like to sue Mike Leigh for defamation of character. In Mr Turner, Leigh’s astonishing and sweepingly beautiful new film, the painter’s greatest champion has been...
2014/10/06 16:10
2014/10/06 16:10
24d
The release of Jim Jarmusch's latest film, the splendid Only Lovers Left Alive (2013), has just been released on Blu-Ray and DVD, which offers an ideal opportunity to revisit his career and to explore...
2014/10/06 09:42
2014/10/06 09:42
24d
Last week the first of my interview series with the world’s greatest mountaineer, Reinhold Messner, was published. In it, Messner discussed his amused disgust with the commercialization of Mt....
2014/10/05 03:09
2014/10/05 03:09
26d
Seeing the painting being taken down and wrapped took me back to a dark, cold night in early 2009. Hope and I were sitting, perhaps slightly self-consciously, on Gray's sofa. We had just become...
2014/10/04 05:44
2014/10/04 05:44
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When I met three years ago with Herb Williams, secretary of the Youngstown unit of the NAACP, and Joseph Hightower, the unit’s parliamentarian and executive board member, they told me the chapter had...
2014/10/04 04:44
2014/10/04 04:44
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Today’s entertainment picks: v America: The classic- rock band opens the Celebrity Series at Westminster College, New Wilmington, Pa., with a concert at 7:30 p.m. in Orr Auditorium. Tickets, from $35...
2014/10/30 21:12
2014/10/30 21:12
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