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The Shifting Attitude Towards Ruins: Would Scipio Weep for Detroit?

In 1812, Moscow was in flames. As the French Revolution caused a sociological shock-wave that reverberated across Europe, the threat of change was ever present in European society. 2,649 more words

Front-page news

Many thanks to Byron Higgin and the Minneota Mascot for the coverage and front-page play of the 1940 book launch event in the Feb. 8 issue. 56 more words


Byron Bay Top Moments

Hola friends! Wow what a week it has been. If you’ve been following along on Insta (@goldenhourgirl) and Snapchat (@adrianajennings) you would have seen that we embarked on a road trip to Byron. 217 more words

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Celebrate Valentine's Day at Kedleston

Celebrate Valentine’s Day at one of the country’s finest stately homes – Kedleston Hall – and watch A Romantic Affair presented by Lost Boys theatre group, Derby LIVE, Sinfonia Viva and the National Trust. 120 more words


I'm definitely still Rock 'n' Roll

Today is an unexpected family day. Mr Intrepid usually works Sunday lunchtimes (the hospitality burden) but I got lucky and we had a few hours all together. 379 more words


History of the Central Coast

Viticulture in California began on the Central Coast in the 1770’s. It began there with the Mission economy, for religious purposes, and it pretty much died there sixty years later as the Missions were secularized. 1,691 more words

Central Coast