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Shakespeare's 450th birthday: Inner-city Bard, 'C...
William Shakespeare's 450th birthday falls on Wednesday, per historians' best reckoning in the absence of ironclad documentation. It’s time to remember that “in delay there lies no plenty,” as the...
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Every day should be Earth Day, yet acknowledging one dawn, April 22, each year to pause and honor this planet—as well as think about pro-active ways to sustain and savor it—is inspirational. In my...
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Twelve Questions: Sean James Donnelly
Songwriter Sean James Donnelly, better known as SJD, mixes electronica with beautiful melodies and thoughtful lyrics. Last year's Taite Music Prize winner, he worked as a psych nurse before releasing...
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In ‘Tear,’ gifted poet explores complex range of ...
... Tear Is Commonplace" by Stanley Moss (Carcarnet Press Limited, 2013, $15.95) Stanley Moss' "No Tear Is Commonplace" is a bold and beautiful collection of poems by one of America's most gifted...
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William Blake Armstrong
Armstrong went to be with the Lord on Friday, April 11, 2014, at the age of 30 years and 28 days. Blake was born in Corpus Christi, Texas, on March 13, 1984, to Pamela Bishop and William...
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Iain Sinclair American Smoke: Journeys to the End...
Eleanor Rooseveltseems like she was generally pretty cool. But that famous, perhaps apocryphal sentence “Great minds discuss ideas, mediocre minds discuss events, small minds discuss people”...
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Ramsbottom adventurer ready to attempt Everest
Ramsbottom adventurer ready to attempt Everest Melanie with the brothers who will be accompanying her (from left), Mingma, Dawa and Tashi Sherpa RAMSBOTTOM adventurer and self-confessed “accidental...
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Alasdair Gray looks back on life in new book
ALASDAIR Gray is in his living room with a television crew. Occasionally, the crescendo of a rant punctuates the silence in the kitchen where I wait with his wife Morag; me for my turn as interviewer,...
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The books you would bequeath to your kids
And who better to ask — in this age of dwindling reading skills — than five authors, all established in their own right? A graduate of both Oxford University and Cambridge University, the Dubai-based...
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Whitney artists in our backyard
The Whitney Biennial, held every two years at the Whitney Museum of American Art in New York, is the show everyone loves to hate. I haven't seen it yet, but I have seen a half-dozen shows, up in...
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The funeral of the Rev. Joseph A. Matz, formerly of the Hazleton area, who died Friday at St. Mary Manor, Lansdale, was held Tuesday in Queen of Angels Parish in the Church of St. Michael, Jessup. A...
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Labour voters will want a stake in Ed Miliband's ...
Yesterday’s acceptance of the Adonis programme signals a major victory for Labour’s policy chief, Jon Cruddas, and other arch-decentralisers, such as the care spokesman, Liz Kendall, and the shadow...
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FDU goes after third NCAA title - Bowling
Fairleigh Dickinson’s women’s bowling team is a standard-bearer for success. The Knights have received a 10th NCAA tournament bid in their 11-year history. FDU won national championships in 2006 and...
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Kurt Vonnegut’s Whimsical Drawings
A new book, out next month, features a hundred and twenty of Vonnegut’s drawings, selected by his daughter Nanette Vonnegut, a visual artist, who received two shipments of her father’s artwork in the...
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Illuminating insights into a 'poor and dirty' gen...
Eye for detail:
's illustration Capaneus the Blasphemer (1824-1827) for Dante's Divine Comedy. Below: Los, Enitharmon and Orc, from The First Book of Urizen, 1794. English poet, artist,...
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The Unselfish Gift of Going on a Retreat
Granted there are always many reasons to stay home to take on those dusty to-do lists, those pesky New Year's resolutions, or those personal goals of spending more time with your partner or your...
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Review: 'Conways' a clockwork drama
Time flies in “Time and the Conways” — not swift and straight but like a butterfly with a bum wing, looping in perpetuity. And that’s not such a bad fate for a playgoer, to alight for a while with...
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Locals Are Deep In The International Mix
Diane Reeves, backed by New Haven Symphony Orchestra. The Events, backed by six New Haven choirs. Erik Friedlander, acknowledging an exhibit of his father’s photos at Yale Art Gallery. Jack Hitt,...
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This winter, when many were in the doldrums of cold and self-imposed isolation, Susan Hendricks wrote about finding gratitude on a frigid and ice-bound day. “Here in my warm house today I’m looking...
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9 Habits Of Incredibly Charming People
Charisma is a set of behaviors that have nothing to do with physical beauty. This is good news for those of us who aren't fashion models. You don't need plastic surgery to do these things. Just...
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