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19 Jun 19
News Archives Uk

IBoris Johnson hopes to be the most relatable thing about the Tory leadership. The photographs of his messy car – as shambolic as its owner – wants to be familiar to many of us. Toyota are a still life of slovenliness, featuring empty food cartons, water bottles, crumpled clothes, discarded children's books, crumbs and receipts. […]

18 Jun 19
The Australian

That’s it for the Trading Day blog for Wednesday, June 19. The local market closed at 12 year highs after the ECB added weight to global monetary policy easy sentiment, while trade tensions between the US and China seemingly eased.

17 Jun 19
Crombie Media

Il testo di uno dei maggiori classici dell’Oi! – “Violence in our Minds” dei Last Resort – fu ripreso da un pezzo folk che parodiava gli skinhead original

17 Jun 19

Some of the most memorable, iconic images in children’s media from the last century can be attributed to animation, two dimensional in particular. Cinderella’s Princess transformation, the Iron Giant’s flight into space, Spirited Away‘s world of ghosts and monsters; all of these moments were created not with expensive sets or ultra-realism, but through lines and […]

16 Jun 19
File 770

(1) FOR MY FATHER…AND FOR ALL OUR FATHERS. It’s a good day to reread Steve Vertlieb’s Father’s Day tribute to his dad — “My Father/Myself” (from 2017). Here is a very special Father’s Day tribute that I wrote for my beloved dad, Charles Vertlieb. I hope that you’ll find it moving. Happy Father’s Day in […]

16 Jun 19
Westhill & District Community Sport and Leisure Hub (WDCSH)

Here’s some essential timings and race day information for both the runners and the spectators. Yeah it’s less than 7 days to go until the CNOOC 2019 Westhill 10k! We are pretty excited about this one and can’t wait to welcome all our runners and spectators to the race village on Sunday, 23 June.

15 Jun 19
Isobel blackthorn

  Reaching the shortlist of the Ada Cambridge Prose Prize! It is every author’s much coveted dream. When I opened the email from the Williamstown Festival committee and saw the first word, ‘Congratulations!’, I nearly fell off my seat. Me, who never wins a thing, well, truth be told rarely enters a competition, finding my […]

15 Jun 19
Dave's blog

I was extremely privileged to have been able to take part in the AGS school cruise around the Baltic at the age of 15 on the SS Nevasa. My memories of the cruise are very patchy as it was so long ago but I do remember having a lot of fun. I must confess to […]

15 Jun 19

Leslie Budewitz, author of Chai Another Day, a cozy mystery set in Seattle, recently took time for an interview. You can find that book, and other ones by Budewitz through the Web Store. http://bit.ly/2wUwnHt Thank you, Leslie, for taking the time to answer questions. Leslie Budewitz and I share something in common, besides our love […]

13 Jun 19
Online Association of Female Film Critics

OAFFC members review “Always Be My Maybe.” Caroline Ames Zoe Crombie Tracy Low Ruth Maramis Louisa Moore Lauren Rains

13 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

The Abbey Bike Tools Chain Whip lets you loosen the most stubborn cassettes with ease. The Chain features a comfortable grip and 12in stainless handle that offers plenty of leverage. Abbey Bike Tools made the Chain Whip to complement its signature tool, the Crombie, by allowing you to store the…

13 Jun 19
In The Know Cycling

The Abbey Bike Tools Chain Whip lets you loosen the most stubborn cassettes with ease. The Chain features a comfortable grip and 12in stainless handle that offers plenty of leverage. Abbey Bike Tools made the Chain Whip to complement its signature tool, the Crombie, by allowing you to store the…

13 Jun 19
ADDICTED

Here in Toronto, we’re in the home stretch of the NBA Finals and the whole city is looking for some good vibes ahead of tonight’s Game 6.  The Raptors could make history by winning their first EVER NBA Championship, and basketball fever has taken over the whole city. This week, some handy folks with hearts […]

13 Jun 19
Electric Literature

The following essay is adapted from C.E. Gatchalian’s memoir Double Melancholy: Art, Beauty, and the Making of a Brown Queer Man. It was one noon hour in the school library, where I usually hid during my lunch breaks, that I—a little brown Filipinx boy who had just started feeling the first vague stirrings of queer […]

13 Jun 19
TINSEL and TAP SHOES

On Tuesday June 11th, Melbourne’s iconic Princess Theatre, currently housing the local production of Harry Potter and the Cursed Child Parts I and II, pulled double duty by also playing host to the Helpmann Awards Nomination ceremony, ahead of the Awards ceremony itself, to be held at Melbourne’s Arts Centre on July 14th and 15th.