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The Literary Lair: Don Quixote

In the final episode of Classic Novel Month III, I review Don Quixote, but it took me a little longer than expected to finish the book.


NEW SEGMENT: Tales from the Ballet

I am delighted to announce another new segment coming soon ‘Tales from the ballet’ – in which ex-Australian Ballet senior artist Felicia shares her stories from the road.   198 more words

Organised Chaos

Rabbits and unrest

“We are cruel enough without meaning to be.”

—John Updike, Rabbit is Rich

After the profane event that occurred Wednesday night in Charleston, South Carolina’s historic Emanuel African Methodist Episcopal Church and the subsequent media frenzy, I was ready by the weekend to unplug from society. 409 more words


Some Wise Words from C.S. Lewis

Here is a quote that just jumped out at me this morning, as I was reading the “Christian Marriage” chapter in Mere Christianity, by C.S. 198 more words

Pop Culture

Focus On South Florida: Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami

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The Cuban Classical Ballet of Miami was founded in 2006 as a non-profit, designed to showcase recently exiled Cuban dancers as well as other Latin American rising stars. 56 more words

Seen On TV

Scent. Books. Memory.

“Finally, from so little sleeping and so much reading, his brain dried up and he went completely out of his mind.” – Miguel de Cervantes Saavedra, Don Quixote…

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Beautiful Bookish Advertisements From Israel’s Oldest Bookstore Chain

Steimatzky, founded way back in 1925 in Tel-Aviv, collaborated with GREY Group ad agency in 2013 to create ads that captured the imaginative nature and adventure of books. 138 more words