London Fog

18 Jul 19
lowkey discussions

Walking around London, you get the sense that the Tate Modern spent a significant amount of money on marketing and PR for Olafur Eliasson’s new exhibition, which opened last week on the 11th. It is a return to the museum for an artist whose 2003 work The weather project was a true smash-hit, drawing over […]

18 Jul 19
Jons Movie Takes

Going to look at some of Hitchcock’s perhaps lesser known films today, including two from the silent era (yes, Hitchcock made several silent films). First up is The Lodger: A Story of the London Fog, from 1927. This was Hitch’s third film, and his first psychological thriller, obviously the genre he is most famous for. […]

18 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

Dhe prologue to Benjamin Britten's "The Turn of the Screw" consists of little more than three minutes accompanied only by the piano. Out of this brief introduction, Louisa Muller teases out significant nuances characteristic of her compelling staging of the chamber opera in the late nineteenth century after the enigmatic novella by Henry James of […]

18 Jul 19
Archy Worldys

"The first thing that gets lost in a country is its unique smell," says Letizia, looking at the sea. In its turquoise-blue splendor, it stretches ahead of it, sparkling like a glossy calendar. Letizia is 76 years old, comes from near Pisa, has a keen eye and a face full of life-deep wrinkles. For 40 […]

18 Jul 19
Jude's London Eye

The Olafur Eliasson exhibition at the Tate Modern, In Real Life, is great although lacking the large scale stunner that you often get at his shows.   The fog tunnel is good but would have worked better if bigger and more disorientating.  But being able to taste the fog is interesting.  The rest is being able […]

18 Jul 19
The Macaron Addict

Hi friends! I’m back with another edition of Toronto eats. Toronto is fast becoming one of my favourite foodie cities. There’s just SOO much to eat, and I LOVE it. This time, I did a bit more than eat. I went to some very touristy spots, got on the basketball playoffs bandwagon and developed a […]

18 Jul 19
yaya_reads

Looking for a good book to share, Jan and I thought to pick up another Anthony Horowitz book. Hoping that once again Mr Horowitz could not only thrill us, but also provide a story that was pure story telling, with no gimmicks. We wanted a book that honored the tradition set by Sir Arthur Conan […]

18 Jul 19
The Blogging of Coley 415

the+florence+residences There’s a cause why the first factor we often ask a person once we meet them, correctly after we all know his or her name, will be “where’s residence for you? “ SuburbanHouses-Post. jpgMy house is often a shrine to my households. There’s a triptych regarding sunsets next to my own bedroom doorway, dusk […]

18 Jul 19
The Blogging of Coley 415

the florence residences There’s a explanation why the first factor we often ask an individual once we meet them, right after we all know their very own name, is definitely “where’s household for you? inches SuburbanHouses-Post. jpgMy house is actually a shrine to my properties. There is certainly a good triptych involving sunsets next to […]

18 Jul 19
The Bojon Gourmet

This gluten-free blueberry coffee cake gets a tender crumb from butter and sour cream and earthy flavor from brown sugar, oat, and sorghum flours. A layer of jammy blueberries and addictive salty-sweet streusel take it over the top.

18 Jul 19
newstoday55

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18 Jul 19
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