- The Unofficial Apple WeblogMay 21 10:09 AM
You stand on the edge of a strip of asphalt, in the middle of a breezy, weedy, Southern forest. It's nearly sunset and the day's final rays sprawl over hay rolls and a small pond across the road. Behind you, a long trailer home sits in a clearing, pi...
- The ObserverMay 09 03:46 PM
Vicar hopes poet’s fans will help preserve St John’s in the village of Little Gidding. The chapel stars in Eliot’s Four Quartets Vanessa Thorpe
- NZ Newswire via Yahoo! New Zealand NewsMay 20 02:03 PM
Cats, one of Andrew Lloyd Webber's best-loved musicals, will open in Auckland in September and run for a limited season.
- The ObserverMay 16 12:16 PM
Plans to reduce funding for schools will undermine efforts to help the most disadvantaged children
- StuffApr 23 10:17 AM
Coming into Kiwi cinemas this long weekend, The Avengers return, Peter Weir's Gallipoli is re-released and Vera Brittain's World War I experiences are revisited.
- The church of England NewspaperMay 20 12:32 PM
I have long found encouragement in the words of the great early Christian champion Tertullian (155-240). It was he who said: “The more you mow us down, the more we breed. The blood of the martyrs is the seed of the church.”
- The GuardianMay 13 08:22 AM
The Yale professor writes confidently about the ‘dozen creators of the American sublime’ he lionises – but he ignores the way power acts on their work What more do we have to learn from Harold Bloom ? In his 85th year, the critic and author of 36 books, including the monumental Anxiety of Influence , The Western Canon and Shakespeare: The Invention of the Human , returns with a new study that ...
- Belfast NewsletterApr 30 05:46 AM
:: Paul Muldoon reading from One Thousand Things Worth Knowing, 101 Donegall St, Saturday May 9, 8pm.
- BBC NewsMay 15 05:36 AM
Poet Sir Andrew Motion is to leave Britain for a new job in the US, saying being known in the UK as a former poet laureate can be "suffocating".
- The GuardianMay 03 12:45 AM
New Ukrainian film The Tribe and Paul Kingsnorth’s latest novel both rethink how we use language, but then fail to buck convention with their plots As well as being a great town for music, Austin, Texas, is an amazing place for movie-going. I’ve seen five in the last week. First up was the Hungarian doggy epic White God , a canine remake of Spartacus set in contemporary Budapest. Then there was...
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