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Stories from the Front to be performed in Iontas Centre in Castleblaney; April 23rd 2015.

Who would have thought that what started out as a vague idea might catch the imagination of so many people? We are constantly surrounded by information, images, demands and timelines. 361 more words


New look with a new book

It gives us a great pleasure to post the first entry in the new layout of our blog, which we hope that you will find improved in many levels – first and foremost to what concerns the access to the topics one wishes to find. 2,187 more words


Return To The Scene: The Key Players Reflect On The Bloody Lawnmower Scene From 'Mad Men'

It all started with a party. In the sixth episode of the third season of Mad Men, the offices of Sterling Cooper threw office manager Joan Holloway a surprise send-off on what was to be her last day in the office. 2,179 more words


Stars And Writers Of 'NewsRadio' Look Back On The Show That Refused To Play By The Rules

The story of NewsRadio’s five-season run on NBC is so full of intrigue and drama that it could be its own series. Twenty years ago this week, the employees of the fictional AM news station WNYX found their way into our living rooms, and the show was unlike anything that NBC had aired to that point. 11,476 more words


The Behind-The-Scenes Story Of 'Diversity Day,' The Episode That Defined NBC's 'The Office'

Of his iconic TV character from the American version of The Office, Steve Carell once said, “If you don’t know a Michael Scott, then you are Michael Scott.” Actually, it was Ricky Gervais who said that to Scott in regard to his character, David Brent, from the U.K. 6,261 more words


Mick McMurry's Contributions to Wyoming Extended Far and Wide

In 2010, the AHC began an oral history project to look at the effects of natural gas development on Sublette County, Wyoming.  We interviewed more than forty people; many were residents of Sublette County, but there was also a number of people outside that area who were very influential in that gas development.  298 more words

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Stories That Change

Welcome to Stories that Change, dedicated to the performance of shared histories to create change.

In today’s world we often assume that change is both a constant and a good thing. 128 more words

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