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The Sense Of An Ending by Julian Barnes

  Heavens to Betsy. They gave him the Booker Prize for this? Julian Barnes once wrote A History Of The World In Ten And A Half Chapters… 347 more words

Family Drama

Fridays that feel like Saturdays.

This morning I woke up to that Saturday morning feeling: mum wakes up first, then my sister, then I hear my dog’s cute footsteps prancing across the floorboards, and then eventually I force myself out of bed (after checking all social networking sites on my phone, because that is much easier than brushing one’s teeth) and eat a ‘healthy’ breaky (two raisin toasts, coco-pops, tea) and watch those terrible morning shows which are basically three-quarters home-shopping advertising.  209 more words


Conswpiracy Brews 4.19.14

If you like your coffee and your politics flavorful, served with a heaping dose of civility by a diverse group of interesting people from all parts of the political spectrum then you should be joining us every Saturday. 317 more words


A weekend of [past] Events

You know you’re busy when you’re drafting up a blog post on Good Friday when it relates to events last weekend.

Almost back to full health after a… 878 more words

Easter 2014

Easter weekend in Jerusalem is sacred to many of us, but it also symbolizes seasons we find ourselves in. Friday is a day of doubt and fear. 320 more words

For a fantastic afternoon, come down to the M&S archive 11am-3pm on the 26th April. We will be running taster classes, doing a performance and DJing for your pleasure, there will be tea and cake and it’s all free.

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