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Manchester No Spy Zone anthology

April 12th 2014 at Terrace Bar, Northern Quarter, Manchester Peter Barlow’s Cigarette held a reading to protest against state spying and the creeping erosion of freedom of speech. 97 more words

Tom Jenks

THE WAR ON TERROR 13 YEARS ON: MISSION ACCOMPLISHED?

Crosspost By: Dr Adnan Siddiqui

As the anniversary to the September 11th attacks approaches, Dr Adnan Siddiqui asks whether or not the British government’s stance on returnees from Syria represents an evolution in thinking from the knee-jerk reaction we saw on that day in America 13 years ago. 865 more words
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Corvallis Cyclist in Serious Condition After Being Hit by Tractor-Trailer in McMinnville

Date: September 3, 2014

Location: McMinnville

Name: Richard Barrett

Corvallis Cyclist Hit by Tractor-Trailer in McMinnville

A bicyclist, 67-year-old Richard Barrett, is in serious condition after being struck by a tractor-trailer in McMinnville on Wednesday. 415 more words

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Ex-MI6 counterterror chief urges caution in tackling ISIS threat

By IAN ALLEN | intelNews.org
Britain should not hurriedly change its laws to counter the perceived danger posed by homegrown militants that have joined the Islamic State, according to the former head of counterterrorism for Britain’s Secret Intelligence Service (MI6). 329 more words

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Response to Music #1: Vanity (1994) by Richard Barrett

Man, I love this work. I really really love this work. I wish I wrote it.

 

Richard Barrett, Vanity (1994) is a work for a super large orchestra (not Wagner proportions, but still pretty large!). 484 more words

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KFS podcast

Four Knives Forks and Spoons poets Richard Barrett, Ryan Ormonde, Sarah Leavesley and Anna McKerrow, recently talked about their work on Resonance FM. The broadcasts have now been archived and you can listen to them via the Knives Forks and Spoons site,

Tom Jenks

John Safran and Father Bob: published thoughts

Since he was in Grade Three, John Safran knew he was creative but was always stumbling about finding ways to how to apply this, be it making a Mad magazine, board games, skits, a hip hop band. 632 more words

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