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A Sudden Couple of Months

There have been many moments I have wanted to stop and write over the past couple of months. (And several times I have started…) But time is passing quickly out here on the road. 3,415 more words

Clay tablet found in the area near Olympia

During the surface geoarchaeological survey, in the framework of the 3-year research programme entitled “The multidimensional space of Olympia”, conducted at sites around the sanctuary, under the direction of Dr. 189 more words

Archeology - Paleontology - Ancient Greece

Nigel Kennedy meets Bach and Gershwin in Athens

From child prodigy to -super- stardom

Born in 1956 into a family of distinguished musicians, Nigel Kennedy started out his remarkable career in music as a boy prodigy (he became a pupil at the Yehudi Menuhin School of Music at the age of 7), and soon developed a highly individual style along with an unconventional approach that made him one of the truly unique -and controversial- violinists of his generation. 496 more words


Obituary: Ged Travers 1957-2018

Obituary: Ged Travers 1957-2018

Socialist Party members in Coventry were amongst those saddened to learn that Ged Travers passed away on Saturday 14th July, after two years of brave and dignified struggle against cancer. 563 more words

Fira - Roman Catholic Cathedral

A few images of the lovely little Roman Catholic Cathedral dedicated to John the Baptist in Fira, Santorini:

© Mark Simms Photography (2018)