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It’s hard to leave behind scenes and characters I am in love with. – John Harrison http://ift.tt/1NW7MBH

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Harmony Fund Cabaret Celebrates Civil Rights Achievements with Amazing Performances

Last year I attended a remarkable performance called the Tres Gai Cabaret: PERFECT HARMONY, which was created in honor of the Harmony Fund. It featured some of CCM’s brightest musical theatre stars of tomorrow.   320 more words

Musicals

Book Review: "Longitude" by Dava Sobel

More often than not, I am captured by an intense burning desire to do something right after finishing a really good book. This desire takes different forms: sometimes it comes in the form of watercolors and paintbrushes and acrylics spread over mum’s dining table–other times it finds me calling up every single acquaintance of mine who has ever shown interest in a book, and asking them to  887 more words

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Friday Reads - Cloud Road 

I’m going to try to keep this book review short, mainly because it’s Easter Friday, I have a plane to catch and I am sure you have family things to be doing! 316 more words

Reading

Flames finally claimed the Royal

By MICK ROBERTS ©

LEGEND has it that the skull of murdered far northern Queensland farmer, William Thomson is buried somewhere in the backyard of where once traded Mossman’s Royal Hotel. 1,609 more words

Queensland Hotels

Longitude Possibilities and Promises at Mystic Seaport

Visiting the “Ships, Clocks & Stars” exhibit at Mystic Seaport in Mystic, CT,  confirms how successfully historians are following the traditions set by traveling art exhibitions. 223 more words

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London: River Thames to Greenwich

The Thames flows on its serpentine path through London towards the sea. It is in no hurry to get there. It is confirmed in its relationship over two millennia, a highway to the world, a crossroads of civilisation. 1,122 more words

Travel