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New Films! Night Moves, As Above So Below, Let's Be Cops, Midnight Road...

Kelly Reichardt follows Meek’s Cutoff, a contemplative spin on the western, with Night Moves, a contemplative spin on the suspense thriller.Jesse Eisenberg, Dakota Fanning and Peter Sarsgaard are a trio of radical environmentalists who are planning a spectacular act of terrorism. 438 more words

Belfast

Tale of Three Cities - by Tyler McNally

BIO: Born in Lisnaskea, Northern Ireland to a working class, single parent family (something that profoundly influenced his life). Tyler studied at Queen’s University Belfast for three years before dropping out of his Philosophy course to dedicate himself to Photography. 558 more words

Culture Clash

THE LEVITES

Nov 1, 1913

THE LEVITES

SOMEONE, we believe, has divided the human race into three sexes—men, women, and clergymen. The great ages of the world have been those in which the men and women regarded the clergymen with suspicion. 1,798 more words

[Trip] Northern Ireland - Belfast

Belfast is the capital city of Northern Ireland, it is located North of Ireland or west of the main United Kingdom. We got to Belfast via train and ferry. 342 more words

Trip

IMPORTANCE OF BAD MANNERS

Oct 11, 1913

THE IMPORTANCE OF BAD MANNERS

IT has been the custom for many years—probably ever since the grandchildren of Adam captured their first slave—to deplore the increasingly bad manners of the “lower classes.” During the past week a lady has published a book in which she describes the horrid effects which residence in America has upon the manners of an English servant-girl. 1,927 more words

To The People Of Scotland

Scots and other residents of Scotland go to the polls on September 18th to vote on independence (WP). The Rock Bar uses the image of Mel Gibson in  85 more words

Belfast

Belfast Roadtrip Day 1 - #GentsonaJaunt

This weekend I took a trip to Northern Ireland with a couple of the other guys on my internship scheme. The Belfast roadtrip involved some very historical sites, a few… 800 more words

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