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About the perception of slavery and freedom or a commentary on "The Golem and the Jinny" of Helene Wecker

Nowadays we know that human beings must be free that the chains of slavery must be broken to let everybody enjoy the feeling of freedom, not only for decisions, but also for beliefs and even for falling in love. 559 more words

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Showing Iz Around Buffalo!

Iz and I had quite the busy month in October because two weeks after going to Canada we flew up to Buffalo! It is very rare that I can find friends to come visit my hometown with me, so I was very excited to show her around! 384 more words

Travel Blog

The Wrath and the Dawn by Renee Aldieh

The Wrath and the Dawn by Renee Aldieh

So, I have this tendency. If there is a book that is super overhyped and everyone loves, I tend to wait it out because I know there’s a good chance I’m going to be Captain Not Popular Opinion. 950 more words

The countdown is on to the opening of ALADDIN at The OPERA HOUSE Manchester. 

Sherrie Hewson and John Thomson, Ben Adams and Eric Potts star in this year’s dazzling family pantomime

Friday 9 December 2016 – Sunday 8 January 2017… 346 more words

Trip Report Day 3: First day at Sea and it was filled with Fun, Food, and some Waves!

So, here we are again (yes I know you have had to wait for the next installment of this super trip report of my 7 night Eastern Caribbean cruise on the Disney Fantasy but well, life has been busy!) Forgive me and please read on! 625 more words

You've Got a Friend In Me


For those of you who know me, I’m a bit of a theatre nut. I’ve been with my husband almost 10 years now and every year we’ve been to London to go to the theatre. 257 more words

Lifestyle

Venue Cymru in North Wales welcomes Aladdin for panto season

Venue Cymru in Llandudno. North Wales has scored a pantomime try with Welsh rugby star Gareth Thomas leading the cast of this year’s spectacular family pantomime alongside Llandudno favourite John Evans and local comedian Andy Jones. 319 more words

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