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SQUIRREL PICNIC (the comic): What's That Noise?

Join us next week for the free pattern to crochet this new fatimal character: Polka Bat!


'Your house looks so British – I mean English – Or … Scottish?'

This week’s blog post comes from Mareike Zacke, one of our new MLitt British Studies students at UHI for 2016-17. Mareike is an Erasmus student from the University of Bonn. 673 more words

History in the Making: A Sorted Tale

      As I sit here and continue to bang my head against the work desk, I can only conclude that Tuesday morning at the office has never felt so bleak. 691 more words


Review: Hodge and Randomer - Second Freeze (Livity Sound)

Although to the casual observer it might seem that the forces of darkness are coming out on top in the struggle to destroy what remains of British music and culture, the truth is a far less certain affair. 565 more words


Old Photographs Saved From Trash Can ~ #69 George H. Brown 1872-1929

George H. BROWN was born on 11 March 1872 to Orilla C. SCHUCHARD and John R. BROWN. His mother passed away between 1872-1878. George resided in Columbus, Pope County, Illinois, in 1880 with his father, stepmother Maggie RUBLE, and half-brother John R. 1,069 more words

Old Photographs

Hodge, Percy Henry. Died 24th Aug 1916

Percy was born in 1890 at Stroud in Gloucestershire, the third of the four children of William Henry Hodge and his wife Annie nee Holmes.   The other children, William, Mabel and Elsie, were all born in Bath as was their mother, and in all three censuses listing the family they are living in Bath, on the eastern outskirts at Twerton, south of the river Avon. 401 more words


Does Justification Sola Fide Need an Upgrade? (Delivered from the Elements Review, Pt. III)

In this third installment of my review, I want to turn to consider what is, perhaps more than anything else, at the heart of Leithart’s argument in this remarkable book: his notion of the “deliverdict.” In the… 7,348 more words