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Bid Board Finds: End of September '16

Alfred Morris and Matt Davidson autographs for $2.75. I feel that I got a steal, especially in an area where there are numerous Cowboys fans. Davidson for a buck, that was numbered to 49 and cut, was worth the flyer to me. 95 more words

Drawing: Alice Bailey-Johnson in The Libertine

THE LIBERTINE, which follows the debauched exploits of the 2nd Earl of Rochester opened this week at the Theatre Royal Haymarket in London after a limited run at the Theatre Royal Bath. 127 more words


Drawing: Ophelia Lovibond in The Libertine

Ophelia Lovibond sounds a really posh name, but her background, growing up on a Shepherd’s Bush council estate in a single-parent family was anything but. In an interview with the Express this month she said, “It’s a mad name, but I think it was almost inevitable that I would end up in this profession and not become a librarian in Tunbridge Wells.” 100 more words


Drawing: Kathryn Hunter as Richard III

The brilliant British actress Kathryn Hunter was born Aikaterini Hadjipateras in New York to Greek parents fifty-nine years ago and raised in England where she trained at RADA. 241 more words


Drawing: Sir Kenneth Branagh – Plays At The Garrick

For the past year Sir Kenneth Branagh and his theatre company’s creative home has been the Garrick Theatre on London’s Charing Cross Road. The ‘Plays At The Garrick’ debut season has now entered its final chapter with John Osborne’s THE ENTERTAINER, featuring Sir Ken in the lead role as the failing music-hall performer Archie Rice. 90 more words


Imago Scriptura 100 - Galatians 5 - Arnie

I couldn’t have been much older than 10 or 11 years old when my dad took me to a seniors’ tour tournament at Plum Creek GC in Denver.   333 more words

Imago Scriptura

Autograph Brasserie 

“After a good dinner one can forgive anybody, even one’s own relations.” -Oscar Wilde

Back in July, I presented my impressions of The Plantation, the contemporary American outpost of Fearless Restaurants in Long Beach Island, NJ.

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