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Canterbury, Kent, England

[ Photo Blog #58 ]

Canterbury is a cathedral city of great historical importance in the history of the British Isles.  It is situated in the county of Kent in south-east England, and, following the murder of Thomas à Becket in the cathedral in 1170, it has been a highly significant place of pilgrimage.  223 more words

Places

A show of glass from Marlowe brightens up Wells Street in River North

We visited Marlowe near the end of September, and noted it appeared to be close to topping out. Whether or not it’s officially achieved that milestone, here’s one it’s reached for sure: the first panes of glass are up. 45 more words

New Construction

War Horse at The Marlowe

You’ll cry.’ I was told. You’d certainly have to have a hard heart not to be moved by War Horse. Opening its 10th anniversary UK tour at Canterbury’s… 326 more words

Art & Culture

Les Fleursword A Failure?

I was really excited for this game when I first saw it’s announcement in English Otome Games. But upon release… I was discourage from purchasing it due to lots of bad review especially concerning the translation quality. 3,510 more words

Otome Game

Marlowe nears full height in River North

Over on the busiest block in River North, Marlowe (675 North Wells Street, 169 West Huron Street, whichever you prefer) is getting dangerously close to topping out. 127 more words

New Construction

Animation/Adventure Feature Film: MARLOWE, by Mark McQuown

Title: Marlowe 

Written by: Mark Mc Quown

Type: Feature Film

Genre: Action/Adventure with Animation

Logline: Marlowe is a brown, Virginia field mouse that moves into the farm house where he meets eleven-year-old Cole who thinks he is an alien and teaches him to speak and wear a suit. 58 more words

'Some swore he was a maid in man's attire': Homoerotic Desire in Renaissance Verse <3

I recently had a massive clear-out and unsentimentally chucked out all my old university notes. Or rather, I have three years worth of notes sitting in plastic bags in my room because they wouldn’t fit in the recycling (*sigh*). 1,071 more words

Books And Stuff