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Mrs P's Coffee

Tucked away in a little side street off the main drag of Burwood lies a quirky little cafe called Mrs P’s. The decor of this cafe is industrial meets shabby chic and you will not see a barista here that isn’t wearing a hat of some description. 109 more words

Breakfast

Rosetta to Rescue a River

Saturday 17th April dawned with not a cloud in the sky.  I (Penny Rees) was due to be in Rosetta at 08h30 to prepare for a water workshop with the Rosetta Nottingham Road (RNR) Conservancy, and after the last two days of awful cold, wet weather the sunny sky was an absolute delight – perfect weather for pottering around in rivers and streams. 452 more words

An Introduction to Two Days, One Night (Dardenne brothers, 2014): Cinema made in Wallonia

This blog post was initially produced for http://blogs.exeter.ac.uk/screentalks/ By Jamie Steele In 2005, the Dardenne brothers became part of a select group of only seven filmmakers to have won the Cannes film festival’s Palme d’Or on more than one occasion. 1,762 more words

Belgian Cinema

EISF Review: Reaching out with Rosetta

This special Edinburgh International Science Festival event discusses the current status of the Rosetta probe orbiting comet 67P/Churyumov–Gerasimenko and the Philae lander which is currently stuck on its side, and unable not directly facing the sun in order to charge its solar panels. 638 more words

Edinburgh

Two months of Rosetta’s comet

Half year ago Rosetta mission was all over the news. First spacecraft to land on comet, increadible success by European Space Agency. Except of lander Philae that is on the Comet 67P/Churyumov-Gerasimenko there is still Rosetta spacecraft orbiting the comet. 138 more words

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