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These four Tide players named to the 75th Anniversary All-American Team

On Thursday The Football Writers Association of America announced its selections for the 75th anniversary All-American team. The FWAA was founded in 1941 and has picked an annual All-American team since 1944. 127 more words


Review: The Titanic Orchestra – Pleasance Courtyard, Edinburgh Fringe

First published in The Times, Monday August 17 2015

One Star

“This whole world is the Titanic and we’re all along for the ride. The only escape is through illusion.” It is always exasperating when a piece of theatre starts explicitly spelling out its themes, as though to an audience of dunces. 287 more words

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Meeting John Hannah

Pleasance Bytes (***** 5 Star Show, Tiger Paws Junior Stories)

John Hannah is a legend, I think a lot of people know this fact.

From Four Wedding and a Funeral to Sliding Doors to The Mummy or Spartacus, the Scottish native had all the elegance and eloquence that I had expected. 119 more words

Tiger Paws Junior

100 Word Review - Sliding Doors (1998)

I have never watched John Hannah cry in a film and not shed sympathetic tears. This film is no exception. 

On the same day that Helen (Gwyneth Paltrow) is fired from her job, she misses the tube by a split second. 63 more words

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Who get's the final spot on Michigan State's ultimate Mount Rushmore?

On Monday’s Drive, Jack, Joe Rexrode and Doug Warren discussed who should be on Michigan State’s all-time athletics “Mt. Rushmore” in football and basketball, … 246 more words

Michigan State

1001 Movies: Four Weddings and a Funeral

From the Couch of Super Koala, Do I Ever Leave?, You May Wonder:

Our streak of romantic comedies continues with the 1994 film, Four Weddings and a Funeral. 318 more words

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'Spartacus: Blood and Sand' nostalgia recap: Kill them all

Season 1 | Episode 13 | “Kill Them All” | Aired Apr 23, 2010

Well, that was eventful. If there’s one thing to take away from the season finale, it’s that… 937 more words