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Saturday, 22nd November 2014

Pinterest, n.

Pronunciation: /pɪntərɛst/
Etymology: < pun on pin n. + interest n.

A visual discovery tool that you can use to find ideas for all of your projects and interests; characterised by implications of threat and strong feeling produced through colloquial language, apparent triviality, and long pauses. (Is this right? Ed.)

Journal

Looking for JFK: Ottawa author offers a new take on the assassinated president

Fifty-one years ago I was sitting at my wooden-topped desk in Miss Judelson’s Grade 3 class in Weston, Conn., when a loud knock interrupted our studies. 934 more words

Books

THEATRE REVIEW: The Dumb Waiter @ Downstairs at The King's Arms

It’s not often you find yourself advocating spending an evening sat in a grimy, damp pub cellar, but lo and behold – I can say with utter conviction, that it is what you should do. 473 more words

Reviews

REVIEW: Betrayal by Harold Pinter

4/5 stars
Finished in under an hour. Read for school. Review below.

I am unsure of what to think: maybe it is because I wish I could see this on stage. 241 more words

Reviews

When I met Harold Pinter

After a distressingly middle-class half-term morning (I went for a drive, looked at some tweed jackets with elbow patches in M&S, fetched a Pumpkin Spice Latte, drove home), I decided to have a bath. 1,036 more words

Drama

"Don't clout me with your stick, Dad." | Harold Pinter's THE HOMECOMING at Imago Theatre is a chilling document from another era

Before we had THE TEXAS CHAINSAW MASSACRE to ponder the consequences of disturbing a closed-in, non-traditional family’s routine, there was Harold Pinter’s THE HOMECOMING. Both stories feature plenty of hair-raising recreational activities that hapless interlopers are subjected to. 1,417 more words

Men and Woman: Harold Pinter's "The Homecoming" at Imago Theatre

Where are all the women? That was my first reaction when reading the description of The Homecoming and its almost all-male cast (this was my first Pinter experience).  294 more words

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