To be chosen as the subject of the first People’s Portrait was, as Simon Weston put it, a very humbling experience. But as he showed consistently throughout the beautifully crafted… 306 more words
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I have just returned from a wonderful visit to Bangladesh on behalf of Changing Faces.
The aim was (with Professor Diana Harcourt from UWE) to co-facilitate an International Conference to develop Psychosocial Rehabilitation standards for the survivors of (deliberate) acid and burn attacks, a sadly all too common event mainly effecting women and girls in parts of Asia and Africa. 716 more words
It has been a strenuous and abortive winter for English cricket fans, but luckily there is one man that wants major refurbishments. Neil Burns is one of England’s most prestigious individual coaches, and has insisted that coaching at the top level is failing. 338 more words
LIVE IN MPLS | 4/2: Asking Alexandria, August Burns Red, Born of Osiris, Crown the Empire, We Came as Romans
On Wednesday, April 2, the Break Down the Walls tour featuring Asking Alexandria, August Burns Red, Born of Osiris, Crown the Empire, and We Came as Romans sacked the Skyway Theatre for an all-ages show. 11 more words