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My Library Problem

I have a problem with libraries. No, not like that British guy who thinks no one uses them. My problem with libraries is that I cannot control myself when I go into them. 639 more words


TV's Ross King makes himself available for dead celebrity eulogy services

TV’s Hollywood gossip-monger offers celebrity eulogy services, reports say

TV’s bridge to the stars announced today that he is available to speak at any celebrity funeral at a moment’s notice, regardless of how tenuous the connection to the deceased… 482 more words

Truth Kneading

Artificial Intelligence Discovers Malaria-Fighting Component

Malaria causes about half a million deaths each year, and about half the world’s population is at risk of contracting it. The disease is caused by the Plasmodium parasite and is transmitted by the bite of the infected mosquito. 446 more words

In a Firenze

In the early 1400s, Florence was a much different place than it is today – more different than you might think. Even though there were about 50,000 people living within its walls, there were also orchards, vineyards, and wheat fields. 838 more words

Book Reviews

Ross King, master of creative non-fiction

Doloris’ knowledge of Ross King and of his work revealed to us this author’s skill in describing world-famous artists in very human terms.  His thorough research uncovered engrossing details from their lives. 60 more words


"Yes, Cezanne, he is the greatest of us all... I felt a pygmy at the foot of a giant"

“Yes, Cezanne, he is the greatest of us all… I felt a pygmy at the foot of a giant”

“Yes, Cezanne, he is the greatest of us all,” Monet once declared.

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A Wexford Victory Against Laois Will Not Come Easy

Next Sunday, the Wexford Senior hurlers will travel in numbers to O’Moore Park in Laois to face off in the Leinster quarter-final. 

The game has sort of been brushed under the carpet though, with the thoughts of a Wexford v Kilkenny showdown in Wexford Park getting all of the media attention and promotion. 308 more words