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Stacey And Stacey


Until Thursday, PG had been in blissful denial of the Georgia Governor’s election. Except, that is, for the clown car antics of the republicans. The Democrats had Stacey Abrams, aka black Stacey, opposing Stacey Evans, aka white Stacey. 449 more words

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Today in History - April 20

Today in History – April 20

American sculptor Daniel Chester French was born in Exeter, New Hampshire, on April 20, 1850. Continue reading.

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The Cut: One Woman Studied a Million Photos at the Library of Congress

The Cut: One Woman Studied a Million Photos at the Library of Congress . “Renowned museum curator Anne Wilkes Tucker is an inspiration for anyone who dreads a full inbox: She went through one million photographs* housed in the Library of Congress in just a few years, and now she’s selected 440 of them for a sweeping new exhibition in Los Angeles. 44 more words

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"The conquest of learning is achieved through the knowledge of languages"*...

“When humanity loses a language, we also lose the potential for greater diversity in art, music, literature, and oral traditions,” says Bogre Udell. “Would Cervantes have written the same stories had he been forced to write in a language other than Spanish?

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Fergusson — George Mackay Brown (2006)

Fergusson, Maggie. George Mackay Brown: The Life. London: John Murray, 2006.

For an account of the writing of the book, see Jennie Renton, “Interview with Maggie Fergusson,” … 225 more words

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Tim Curry






Tim Curry was born seventy two years ago today. It would be quite a while before April 19 was known as got a minute day. Mr. 493 more words

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Today in History - April 19

Today in History – April 19

On April 19, 1775, British and American soldiers exchanged fire in the Massachusetts towns of Lexington and Concord. Continue reading… 73 more words