London museum formally transfers grand oak-panelled room, for which it paid £1,000 in 1891, to National Trust site in Cumbria More than 120 years after London's V&A museum paid a small fortune to acquire one of the grandest bedrooms of Tudor ... The Guardian, 2 weeks ago
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By Jason Zweig| Dec. 22, 2016 3:34 pm ET Image credit: Frederic Edwin Church, Rutland Falls, Vermont (1848), White House Historical Association, Collection of the White House (Wikimedia Commons) When an inmate in federal prison reminisces ...Klse I3investor.com, 3 weeks ago
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(Photo curtesy Simon & Schuster) Game Changers: the Unsung Heroines of Sports History By Molly Schiot Simon & Schuster $25 310 pages You can't bear to look at the score. Whatever it is, it's going to be close. Both sides are ...Washington Blade, 1 month ago
The institution explores the concept of design from the points of view of the user, the maker, as well as the designer It's hard to see what the fuss is about. Literally. From the street, London's new Design Museum is tucked away behind blocks of ...Gulf News, 1 month ago
Many famous directors retreat to the privacy of their own screening rooms, but Pedro Almodóvar still likes to see movies in theatres. He lives off a park on the western side of Madrid, and the art houses are clumped together near Plaza de España, ...New Yorker, 1 month ago
In 1911 the then recently built house at 45 Hollybrook Road in Clontarf was owned by 37-year-old George Freehill who, unusually for the time, listed his religion in the census as "none." In 1911 the then recently built house at 45 Hollybrook Road in ...Irish Independent, 1 month ago The best of both worlds in this Clontarf Edwardian Irish Independent, 1 month ago
By Jamie Fisher , The British novelist Beryl Bainbridge had a lifelong fascination with tragedy — what she called an interest in death and what one reviewer cattily summarized as the Beryl Bainbridge school of anguished women's fiction.Denver Post, 1 month ago
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