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Marking the Color Trail

by Patrice Gopo


Spin, I hear my thoughts say. Spin. And so I do. My right foot steps away from my left, and I am a bride in motion. 2,265 more words


We Are Not Amused VII

Guest blogger Dr Nick Hervey continues his series of posts on ‘…Insane Persons and others who have come under the cognizance of the Police Force for offences against H.M. 921 more words

Coining It

It must be funny in a rich man’s world. It makes the world go around. It’s all about the money, money, money.

The Whanganui Regional Museum has a coin collection dating back hundreds of years, covering the reigns of great rulers and those who were only in power for a short time. 706 more words

Wanganui Chronicle Features


So, London. Been thinking about how exactly to blog it…kind of a big place, and this trip was the longest I’ve ever spent there and therefore I saw more than ever before. 713 more words

European Culture

Chichester Cathedral

In 681, Saint Wilfrid brought a mission to spread Christianity to Sussex and established a cathedral in Selsey just south of Chichester. After the Conquest of 1066, it was Norman policy to move cathedrals from small communities to larger population centers. 527 more words

Medieval History

Queen Victoria

Statue located in the town of Royal Leamington Spa.

If you look at the sign, it has been defaced a little. Why? Just shows no respect to the royals. 65 more words


Icing on the Cake

When I lived in London and commuted between Holloway Road and Goldsmiths in Lewisham, one of my favourite moments in my journey was when the train slowly rounded the bend into Cannon Street Station. 940 more words