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Venice Beach Hotel Owner Charged With Murder in Shooting Death of Homeless Man

A Venice Beach hotel owner was charged with murder Tuesday in the shooting death of a homeless man who killed following a disturbance on Sunday, the Los Angeles County District Attorney’s Office announced. 177 more words

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AIS Transponder on a Jet Ski

Earlier this year we were approached by Al Charles who was attempting to combine two of his favourite past times; fishing and jet skiing. Al was passionate about making his Jet Ski suitable for offshore fishing around the UK coasts and proceeded to squeeze a complete suite of navigation equipment in to his Seadoo Jet Ski. 138 more words

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A Grand Miscellany

So I had…an exciting thing I can’t talk about yet to get done on Monday, so I didn’t get around to a post, because I’m slow and bad at blogging. 625 more words

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Shakespeare September: Favourite Quotations

Welcome to the first blog for #ShakespeareSeptember!

Each day this month, I’ll be doing a blog about Shakespeare. And since this week’s theme is ‘Favourites’, I thought I’d start with a few of my favourite quotations and/or speeches from each of the plays. 585 more words

Shakespeare's Globe

Shakespeare's Tudor sources and the depiction of his Henry VIII compared to the figure described in early historical records

Shakespeare, an Elizabethan playwright, was at his finest during the Tudor dynasty. It was during this period that Shakespeare wrote most of his history plays. His source was a book called… 782 more words

As You Like It Review

O wonderful, wonderful, and most wonderful wonderful!

So exclaims Celia in Shakespeare’s joyous romantic comedy As You Like It. This latest offering from the RSC of deceit at court and lover’s enchantment in the heart of the mystical Forest of Arden is a gracious gesture to long, warm summer’s nights where excitement abounds and stories blossom.

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New Item - Hollow Crown Henry V Tablet Bag

I see you stand like greyhounds in the slips,
Straining upon the start. The game’s afoot:
Follow your spirit, and upon this charge
Cry, ‘God for Harry, England, and Saint George!’ 78 more words