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She had just started school, her junior year at North Platte High School. True to form, she was already juggling activities, academics, and bigger plans, using an open period one day to run home and mail paperwork to compete once again for Miss Nebraska’s Outstanding Teen. 694 more words
Creative Cow, the team who delighted audiences with Travels with my Aunt and Our Man in Havana, are back at Buxton Opera House with a powerful new stage adaptation of Charles Dickens’ timeless classic Great Expectations. 122 more words
Famous for its mentions by Charles Dickens, Jacob’s Island – located in Bermondsey – was not actually a true island.
It was a small parcel of land formed into an “island” thanks to its location in a loop of the Neckinger River and, on the south side of the loop, a man-made ditch which was used as a mill run for Bermondsey Abbey. 336 more words