Hark

25 Apr 19
Muck, Line and Thinker

As a child, I loved stories that featured animals as central characters, Tarka the Otter, a series of books written by one of the circus owning Chipperfields, and The Wind in The Willows (irreverently referred to later by one of my rock and roll heroes as “Flatulence in the Forest”) It was read to us […]

25 Apr 19
Saddlebagsally

2007 Ducati Hypermotard 1100S Motorcycle Review Read the full motorcycle review at Motorcycle.com. http://www.motorcycle.com/manufacturer/ducati/2007-ducati-hypermotard-1100s-68093.html Take a ride on a Hypermotard 1100S, and you will also hark back to past scenes of your life when you were a bit of a punk rebel. When aboard the HM, there is a constant struggle with the devil on […]

25 Apr 19
Björn Rudbergs writings

To April — singing of blackbirds clinging to trees In dawn still stinging from frost and bringing the breeze the scents that’s slinging blooms into ringing for peace. Then gently swinging soft dusk beginning to please me dancing, spinning light into dimming hark, tease of blackbirds clinging to April — singing such ease. Today we […]

25 Apr 19

Hi lovelies! Introducing to all of you @sitaaraonline Sitaara happens to be the brainchild of a young and industrious #realwomanVishnupriya Ilangovan. Her eclectic, chic and minimalist taste in clothing and quite evidently her amour with fashion happens to be the major ideation behind the label. Her sarees, she believes should hark comfort, just by the looks […]

25 Apr 19

Post 1,156 No. Although, to be honest, I’m more concerned about a dog laughing and a dish falling madly in love with a spoon so they run away together. Hmm. Yes, today, we’re all about Hey, Diddle Diddle, one of the most famous nursery rhymes of ALL time. Hey diddle diddle, so it goes, the […]

25 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

Sale Sharks has announced their squad for the round of 16 of the Gallagher Premiership Round 20 against Bath Rugby at the AJ Bell Stadium (kick off 19:45 live on BT Sport). Steve Diamond makes no changes to the grid that traveled to La Rochelle last weekend for the European Challenge Cup semi-final. The back […]

25 Apr 19
Stuck Inside of Mobile

Brilliant lights of purple and green wash across the Northumbria Institute, expectant faces are briefly illuminated, then plunged back into a disorientating darkness. The energy! It’s tangible and real. It fills the room and flows out of every pilgrim that has arrived here to worship this, the… performance.   The lights dim and gaze down […]

25 Apr 19
Americana UK

‘The Canoe’ is the third album by Brighton based singer-songwriter Carrie Tree and with production and arrangements being handled by Markus Sieber (know for his ambient recordings as Aukai), you could predict with a high degree of certainty that this would be an album that is in an ambient folk vein. The pair worked remotely […]

25 Apr 19
Concept Albums and Hip-Hop

https://open.spotify.com/album/2S8AWAM0nxyFy66YnUfIs3?si=Zogw4ljRS-CkYhyoVOm70Q Kid Cudi would usher in 2009 with his debut album, Man on the Moon. A psychedelic experience filled with discussion of depression and loneliness, but also courage, Cudi not only showed that it was okay to be sad, but it was okay to ask for help too. Pete Davidson and Travis Scott, among many […]

25 Apr 19
Go News Viral

The National Basketball Association is not resting on its laurels despite reaching an audience of more than 600 million people in China. div > div.group > p:first-child”> In China, there were 640 million people who watched “some element of NBA content,” said Derrick Chang, CEO of NBA China, who was talking about viewership during the […]

25 Apr 19
Sydneysunnysideup's Blog

After several trains and faultless connections, we arrived in the stunning Kyoto station, a magnificent display of modern architecture. With our camp leader Jason leading the way again, we walked the 30 minute journey through Kyoto streets to our accommodation for the next three nights – a self contained apartment on the other side of […]

24 Apr 19
Rabbi Yaakov Bieler

The custom to read Shir HaShirim on Pesach, along with a rationale for doing so. RaMA on Shulchan Aruch, Orach Chayim 490:9, regarding the reading of Shir HaShirim during Pesach, writes: It is the custom to read Shir HaShirim on Shabbat of Chol HaMoed Pesach because it speaks of the redemption of our people from […]

24 Apr 19
Noirish

This is the fourth of Pears’s five (to date) standalone novels. I haven’t read the fifth, Arcadia; of the first four I’ve thoroughly enjoyed three (An Instance of the Fingerpost, The Dream of Scipio and now Stone’s Fall) while being far less entranced by the other ( The Portrait ). What kicks off Stone’s Fall […]