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Seeing Double: Princess Eugenie

This weekend will undoubtedly bring us a parade of royal hats as numerous royal families celebrate Easter. While I’m not sure if Princess Eugenie will return to England from New York and join her family for Easter Sunday Service at St. 160 more words

Great Britain

Election to be won through quantity of hi-vis photos

The Queen has declared that her next Prime Minister will be the one who is snapped the most wearing hi-vis and other safety garments. 200 more words

Politics

A Political Reverie

A Political Reverie.

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As fairy forms, the elfin airy train,
And sylphs, sometimes molest the learned brain,
Delusive dreams the matron’s bosom swell,
And, ancient maids, the fancied vision, tell; 1,744 more words

Poetry

Music Discovery of the Day for 4/1/15

Today’s Discovery for Wednesday, April 1 comes out of London, again. Electronic group, RIVRS (I guess without the I, it could be Ravers, eh, not touching the trend) churn out a club-bumper with a dark bass and twitchy synth line in single “Close to You”. 9 more words

Music

What did I learn so far in Architecture School?

Architecture is all about feedback and consistent work.

We don’t work because we have to. We work because we love it. Because of the pleasure of seeing our own work and ideas evolve and come up to life in something that could really exist. 591 more words

Architecture

Evening sky on March 31 in London, UK

London, UK, images, northern hemisphere, climate, weather, seasons, spring – the clocks having been moved forward one hour on the last weekend in March, daylight saving time 8 more words

London

Day Three - A Salute to "Northanger Abbey" - Who Are Catherine Morland and the Tilneys?

What do we know of Catherine Morland and the Tilneys in Austen’s “Northanger Abbey”?

Much of the description of the Abbey and of the Tilneys come to us from Austen’s heroine, Catherine Morland. 1,897 more words

British History