Judith Williams

24 Apr 19
Alabaster's Emporium of Arcane Knowledge and Intriguing Objects

William Shakespeare was born on the 23rd April 1564. He married a woman called Anne Hathaway when he was 18 and they had three children: Susanna, Hamnet and Judith. In 1613, at 49 years old, he retired to Stratford and died there three years later on 23 April 1616. These details of Shakespeare’s life are […]

24 Apr 19
graygoc

For those following my blog, I don’t want you to think our extended holiday in the UK is all adventure filled tourist things. Now remember there were two main purposes of our trip, one was the Irish Wedding, the other the birth of our first grandchild. The former has been reported on, the blog of […]

24 Apr 19
Going Viking

By now, you have probably heard about the new Viking discoveries that were revealed on the ‘Britain’s Viking Graveyard’ program from Channel 4 in the UK on Easter Sunday (April 21, 2019). If not, I am here to point you in the right direction to get all the information straight from the sources. I may […]

24 Apr 19
Looking for Aliens

If there was a course in how to live in an RV, I would surely fail.  I finally got my new home on wheels to Tennessee on Wednesday, and then had the happy plan to move in on that Saturday.  Hmphf.  Yeah, that didn’t exactly happen. Thursday my brand-new Honda 3000 generator arrived.  I had […]

23 Apr 19
Facetious Nights

Problems by Jade Sharma A novel about a young woman in the grip of self-loathing, the fear of abandonment and existential angst.  The style is aggressively energetic in its graphic portrayal of Maya’s drug habit, sex life and the prostitution she ends up using to support the drug habit.  The energy is that you might […]

23 Apr 19
Blueaxe Reproductions

Last Sunday; 21st of April at 8pm, a Windfall films documentary; Britain’s Viking Graveyard, was aired on Channel 4. This was something I had been involved in during the latter part of 2018. Last night I finally got round to watching the documentary with the family (who were all very excited to be on the […]

23 Apr 19
Northeast Tolkien Society

Beowulf and its Influences in Tolkien’s Lord of the Rings, by Kaleena Ma Lord of the Rings became a steady and growing best-seller after Allyn and Unwin began publication in July of 1954. Beowulf emerged from manuscript in the 16th Century, and gained a popular following. Ms. Kaleena Ma wrote about Rings and Beowulf for […]

23 Apr 19
Access Genealogy

A complete listing of all available online Franklin County Massachusetts cemeteries, with links to multiple cemetery transcriptions, gravestone photos, tombstone photos, official records, etc.

23 Apr 19
Leah Broad

Shakespeare has long been a source of musical inspiration. From Mendelssohn to Macmillan, countless composers have written incidental music for Shakespeare’s plays or set Shakespeare’s words to music. Seeing as it’s (probably) Shakespeare’s birthday, here’s a playlist of 15 pieces inspired by Shakespeare. 1. Wilhelm Stenhammar As You Like It. Stenhammar penned this music in 1920 […]

23 Apr 19
Waldina

Today is the 455th birthday of William Shakespeare. Did you know he is thought to be responsible for the quote All that glitters is not gold? I didn’t until I was reading up on him. The volume of his work is impressive, the conspiracy around it 400+ years after his death is impressive. The world […]

23 Apr 19
News Archives Uk

Certificates transmitted during the week of April 20 in Chilton County 12. April Randall Ratcliff to Kirkham Forestry LLC for $ 45,000. Land in Section 24, Township 22 North, Range 13 East. Tyler Boggs and Blake Boggs to Edwin Coventry for $ 50,000 land in Block 28 in the town of Clanton. Lucille S. Collins […]

23 Apr 19
Mary Angland

Happy Birthday, William!!! On this day, April 23rd 1564, William Shakespeare was born in Stratford-Upon-Avon in England. Considered to be the greatest daramatist of all time, he went to school in Stratford where he would have studied latin and read classical literature. At the age of 18, he married Anne Hathaway, eight years his senior […]

23 Apr 19
Chamber of Thoughts

We conclude this blog series with a discussion on the citizenship struggles of Ireland and its place within Great Britain…

23 Apr 19
Welcome

The deceased are from Tucson unless otherwise noted. Archambault, Maurice, 87, business owner, April 19, Bring’s Broadway. Berlin, Sanford S., 81, psychiatrist, April 6, Evergreen Mortuary. Grim, Larry, 69, steel worker, April 15, Bring’s Broadway. Jacoby, Owen B., 60, truck driver, April 2, Evergreen Mortuary. Johnson, Darrell, 81, Air Force, April 17, Bring’s Broadway. Minor, […]

23 Apr 19
UPHINDIA

That William Shakespeare is one of the greatest writers of the English language is a known fact. That at any point in time there will be at least one person discovering him is also not an exaggeration. His lines are most quoted, and his characters continue to live. But why? What could be the reason […]

22 Apr 19
Vanishing South Georgia Photographs by Brian Brown

This secluded cemetery, historically known as Old Capitol Cemetery, is located on the western edge of Louisville on US Highway 221. Notable as the final resting place of two of the best-known politicians of early Georgia (one considered such a scoundrel that newspapers of the period cheered his passing with sarcastic obituaries), it also contains […]