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Wars and roses

Since when has the white rose been the badge of Yorkshire? From the dawn of Time? Since the Plantagenets, at least? Not so, given the useful deconstruction on… 632 more words

Napoleonic

Theatre review: The End of Civilization an angst-ridden ride

The End of Civilization
Same Day Theatre
at The Gladstone
Reviewed Friday

Civilization doesn’t actually collapse in George F. Walker’s exceedingly dark, angry and at times very funny The End of Civilization but it gets a damn rough ride. 567 more words

Ottawa

Much Ado About Nothing gets a Bollywood remake, for some reason

Shakespeare’s Much Ado About Nothing, the traditional version, begins with an army led by a Spanish prince but staffed largely by Italians billeting itself on another Italian, the governor of Messina, who is only too pleased to have them. 1,055 more words

Arts

George Walker and the New Jersey Hall of Fame

Here’s a chance to offer a modest gesture of respect for a formidable artist: go to this site and vote for George Walker who is a 2015 nominee for the New Jersey Hall of Fame. 24 more words

The Deathly Surprise on Portugal Street

Portugal Street and Clare Market are now partially (or entirely) surrounded by the London School of Economics, inoffensive if not particularly picturesque streets. As noted in my post on… 2,390 more words

London

George Walker Got It Wrong

To be clear, what you’re reading right now is a blog post, about a letter to the editor, about a letter to the editor… 678 more words

Brookfield