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Back in November 2011, after revisiting & writing about the complete discographies of six artists (Van Morrison, Talking Heads, The Band, Roxy Music, Paul Simon and Joni Mitchell), I wrote my first… 787 more words


Debbie Harry and Fred Smith at a benefit for Punk Magazine, CBGB_s, May 1977

Debbie Harry and Fred Smith at a benefit for Punk Magazine, CBGB_s, May 1977


How Realistic Is a U.S.-China Trade War? FedEx CEO Weighs In

Since the election of Donald Trump to the U.S. presidency, much has been said and written about the potential for a trade war between China and the United States. 2,344 more words


The (not so) Secret Vatican Archives: A Practical Guide for Researchers

In the first of our posts on doing research abroad, Fred Smith  (@Fred_E_Smith) explores the Secret Vatican Archives.

Aliens? Illuminati secrets? Devices that can see into the future? 986 more words

Doing History In Public

TELEVISION - " Marquee Moon " Released 8th February 1977

Released on February 8th in 1977: New York CBGB’s-scene band Television released one of rock’s all-time most influential guitar albums, ‘Marquee Moon’, on… 463 more words


Television: Marquee Moon

So, I learned something new today. I learned that today marks the 40th anniversary of the release of Television‘s debut release, Marquee Moon. You think you know a thing or two about a given subject or topic and then you find out there’s a big gap in your knowledge of a thing. 766 more words


'I’ll sing a song of heroes true': A Tribute to the Glamorgan Constabulary by PS Caleb Morris

The Glamorgan Archives holds a large number of items that tell the story of the Glamorgan Constabulary from its creation in 1841. One of the more unusual items is a poem penned by Police Sergeant Caleb Morris (PS 175) in 1918 entitled, ‘A Tribute to the Glamorgan Constabulary’. 2,100 more words