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One Photographer Traveled the Full Length of the U.S. Border With Mexico

Over the course of several recent weeks, Getty Images photographer John Moore visited the Imperial Sand Dunes of southern California, Big Bend National Park in West Texas and the Boca Chica State Park, where the Rio Grande flows into the Gulf of Mexico. 475 more words

Film Review: 'I.T.'

Appropriately enough for a movie titled “I.T.,” there is a preponderance of hard drives, software, satellite tracking networks, cutting-edge surveillance systems, and banks of large-format monitors on display throughout director John Moore’s slickly produced techno-thriller. 615 more words


The Year of the French

 Map of Battle of Ballinamuck 1798 from National Library of Ireland

 O! the French are in the bay,
They’ll be here without delay,
And the Orange will decay,

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County Mayo

1798 – Irish Rebellion of 1798: Irish rebels, with French assistance, establish the short-lived Republic of Connacht.

The Irish Republic more commonly referred to as the Republic of Connacht was a short-lived Irish breakaway puppet state established with French Directory military support for 13 days during the Irish Rebellion of 1798. 507 more words

Irish History

The Jesus And Mary Chain

It was in the summer of 1985 after watching their 3rd single release ‘You Trip Me Up’ promo video on Channel 4’s Max Headroom TV programme, that I became intrigued with this band.  1,844 more words

Music And Events

I.T: Trailer

I.T. is a forthcoming thriller film directed by John Moore and written by Dan Kay and William Wisher. It stars Pierce Brosnan, Stefanie Scott, Anna Friel, James Frecheville… 108 more words


A Vivid 'Portrait of Elmbury' by John Moore

‘Portrait of Elmbury’ by John Moore is the recounting of the author’s life, in the small market town of Elmbury in the interwar years.

It seems that the name Elmbury is a fictitious name. 1,018 more words