Tragedy

21 Apr 19
Flickers in Time

A review of A Funny Thing Happened on the Way to the Forum (1966) directed by Richard Lester and starring Zero Mostel, Phil Silvers, Michael Crawford and Buster Keaton.

21 Apr 19
The Low Stone Wall

If given a chance, we might know Losey’s name decades later for his impact on the war, rather than the historical footnote he became: the first American service member killed in World War II.

21 Apr 19
News Ghana

It is doubtless that, the most imperative political fixation within the largest opposition National Democratic Congress, NDC, at this time of the year is the elbowing for the parliamentary primaries to be soon held across the various constituencies in the country. Possible contenders, their supporters as well as some godfathers who think it’s their sole […]

21 Apr 19
close encounters with addiction

Has the mental health disorder been depicted accurately? What could have been done differently to enhance the character(s)? Provide ‘2 stars and a wish’ – what are 2 things the book has done brilliantly and 1 thing that you wish they would have done differently?  Within this work, I feel addiction has been portrayed accurately […]

21 Apr 19
Russia News Now

© UnknownSeth Rich Special counsel Robert Mueller focused a portion of his final report on WikiLeaks and its founder Julian Assange making false statements about slain Democratic National Committee staffer Seth Rich and the theft of emails from Democratic officials. Rich was killed in Washington, D.C., on July 10, 2016, in what police have described […]

21 Apr 19
Dogs, Coffee, & Books

In There There Tommy Orange uses individual human vignettes to represent the way that history reverberates into the present. The aftershocks of settler colonialism tear through the lives of indigenous people today, even those living in urban environments far from traditional geographies and ways of life. Orange’s novel depicts a specifically Native American experience, yet […]

21 Apr 19
Louise's Blog

Britain’s violence epidemic and tumultuous struggle to control knife crime and gang warfare has hit headlines for over a year. Knife crime in London reached an eight year high in 2018 with England and Wales criminal justice system processing 21,381 knife-related offences by September. In one week in February of 2018, more than 250 swords and […]

21 Apr 19
SEX

My boyfriend has a really high sex drive after a recent tragedy? Hi, all. My (18f) boyfriend (20m) of 9 months recently lost his mother in an unexpected accident. He is quite close with his immediate family so it has been really horrible for him. Right after hearing the news, he flew to his hometown […]

21 Apr 19
Windows of thought

Today’s Easter began like most of them in recent years … an early wake-up, no desire for breakfast, a Grin and a “The Lord is risen,” to my husband in the bathroom, quiet streets en route to church in time for some quick choral rehearsal, and then, full immersion into music, singing my heart and […]

21 Apr 19
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21 Apr 19
Reborn 05.11.18

It is 21.04.19, the Easter Sunday, in this beautiful capital city of Switzerland, Bern. The weather has just been getting better and warmer. Spring is coming, flowers blooming, birds singing anywhere you go. I have moved from another part of the world to this beautiful country, Switzerland, just over 4 months ago to take up […]

21 Apr 19
@happyops

Simply browsing web pages on the Internet exposes us to so many world events that it can seem overwhelming. Only bad news sells, with a few exceptions like @HappyNewspaper_. This can lead to a sense of exhausting compassion fatigue for the world and lead to sense of apathy and dullness. This article Limiting News Intake […]

21 Apr 19

I love reading, often I am reading 2, 3 books at a time! I have to make notes every so often so I don’t get the books confused. I just finished my last few books and found some great new ones I wanted to share with you! The first is a book a friend gave […]

21 Apr 19
Faith, Life & Compassion

Lent is over now and it’s Easter, or ‘Resurrection Sunday’ as some of my friends call it. I wish I could get used to doing that, because I like it better than Easter. Anyway, I read the last day of my Lent devotional today: “Faces Around the Cross”. It focused on the two people walking […]

21 Apr 19
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21 Apr 19
Lost Dramaturgin International

What is tragedy today? Where is it located? Can tragedy only be found on the peripheries? An analysis-review-response to Milo Rau’s “Orestes in Mosul”