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Treasure Trove: 'To Autumn'

I’ve never been one of those people who ‘hates’ a particular season. Instead I enjoy the variety brought by the turning of the year: the cold winter frosts; the moist burgeoning of spring; and the intense heat of summer. 336 more words


A Sense of Place: Favourites from Artists Open Studios

With such a huge range of art by some very talented artists on offer, it isn’t easy to pick out favourites from Artists Open Studios, but I wanted to highlight the work of two artists whose work I particularly loved for their sense of place. 378 more words


Treasure Trove: A Town Like Alice

When I first read Bridget Jones’ Diary, I remember being intensely frustrated by the title character. Why, I wondered, if she wanted to lose weight, quit smoking, and cut back on the amount of alcohol she drank, didn’t she commit to taking positive action towards one or more of these goals? 457 more words


Disney On Ice Presents Treasure Trove

Discover endless riches when Disney On Ice presents Treasure Trove Presented by Stonyfield YoKids Organic Yogurt comes to your hometown! Disney On Ice sets the gold standard with this ice skating spectacular. 151 more words

Inside SoCal

Treasure Trove: Saint Patrick's Breastplate

In honour of Saint Patrick’s day, I’m sharing a prayer traditionally attributed to the ‘Apostle of Ireland’, Saint Patrick’s breastplate.

Tradition tells that Patrick was a young Briton of Roman extraction who in the fifth century was kidnapped by pirates and spent six years as a slave in Ireland. 445 more words


Construction and Archaeology: Best Practice if you Uncover any Remains

What are you meant to do if you uncover archaeological remains when you’re digging foundations or landscaping? For centuries, the approach was pragmatic: “finders keepers”, and site bosses didn’t want the hassle and delay of calling in the archaeologists. 340 more words

Builders' World

Treasure Trove: My Bible

With the season of Lent now well advanced, I’m planning on structuring my posts for the next few weeks around the theme of Christianity, beginning with the cornerstone of Christian faith, the Bible. 746 more words