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Retrospect: Hero Worship at the QEH

On 8 May, we headed to Southbank Centre’s Queen Elizabeth Hall for the first time since the Hall’s refurbishment and grand reopening in April. This was the first of many collaborations to come at the QEH and our debut working with Australian composer and violist Brett Dean. 479 more words

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RBG (May 9)

Not much to say on this one. I don’t actually know how we got Josh and Taylor to see this movie on a Wednesday night except that it seems like Taylor will see virtually anything with heated seats and Panda Express nearby. 305 more words

Jack, Hack, McInerney and McCain

Jack Murphy wrote a piece titled Veterans, not even war heroes, are as sacred as Americans try to pretend they are.  As a military brat/spouse of a lifetime to include  many, many years, it is easy to understand Jack’s feelings toward John McCain and Thomas McInerney.  55 more words

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Your guide to Hero Worship

What’s more exciting and entertaining than a TED talk? A TED talk with a 40-piece orchestra. This is how CLS Chief Executive Matthew Swann describes our… 434 more words

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Anthropology Friday: Japan part 2

Welcome back to Anthropology Friday. Today we’ll be continuing with Sidney L. Gulick’s Evolution of the Japanese, Social and Psychic, published in 1903. Gulick was a Puritan missionary who moved to Japan shortly after the “opening of Japan” and Meiji Restoration. 2,676 more words

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Regionalism And Cognitive Dissonance 101

Asymmetric World War-

You may be surprised that this is exactly ‘how’ Agenda 2030 works and ‘why’ they, the globalists. incorporate Agenda 2030 with ‘regionalism’. 827 more words

Toronto Fragments

The drums that open the set like warning shots.  Matt strolling out to his guitar in camo & playing the opening chords with the economy & force of a salute. 578 more words

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