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We can all relate to Royal pain in Kansas City
New York Post

We can all relate to Royal pain in Kansas City

KANSAS CITY, Mo. — Alfred, Lord Tennyson died 11 years before the Red Sox and Pirates clashed in the first World Series in 1903. Had he been so inclined, he surely could have sailed to the colonies to take in the 1888 World Series, in which the ... New York Post, 1 month ago

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Is Ello A Serious Threat To Facebook? Here Is What We Think

“For men may come and men may go But I go on forever.” - Alfred Lord Tennyson The one person who can actually sing it today is perhaps Mark Zuckerberg Social sites have sprung up, stayed around for a while. And then vanished without leaving behind a ...
 Trak.in2 months ago

Music Review: Jimmy Greene Beautiful Life

Back in 1833, British poet Alfred Lord Tennyson, in dealing with the untimely death of his great friend Arthur Henry Hallam, wrote one of greatest poems in the English language: In Memoriam . Faced with the idea that critics might find the idea of ...
 Blogcritics.org1 week ago
Canberra Times

Brisbane City Council, councillor at odds over court apology ruling

The strained relationship between Brisbane City Council and Tennyson councillor Nicole Johnston appear set to continue despite this week's Supreme Court decision over a longstanding dispute. Councillor Johnston took the council and three ...
 ABC Online1 month ago City's residents to pay for unruly councillor's legal fees  Canberra Times1 month ago
The Week UK

Christmas poems: ten celebrations of the festive season

A selection of Christmas poems from Wordsworth, Tennyson, Browning and more Christmas carols tend to celebrate the birth of Jesus Christ, but over the years many poets have been moved to write verse in celebration of Christmas itself. Some, by the ...
 The Week UK1 day ago Truce and compassion  Yahoo Philippines News1 day ago Sony : Christmas albums : Bells, baubles, and a bit of Buble - it's that time of year again. Meet your new festive soundtrack  4 Traders6 days ago

He scored India's first Test 100 overseas

'Syed Mushtaq Ali was like a lion, not a labourer, at the crease. Attack was his defence and he would show no mercy on the bowlers' Haresh Pandya salutes the swashbuckling batsman who would have turned 100 on Wednesday, December 17. 'There was suppleness and a loose, easy grace which concealed power, as the feline silkiness conceals the strength of some jungle beauty of gleaming eyes and sharp fangs. At times his cricket was touched with genius and imagination,' gushed the peerless Neville ...
 Rediff.com2 days ago
The American In Italia

Ulysses in Australia

A ustralian novelist Richard Flanagan's "The Narrow Road to the Deep North" (London: Chatto & Windus, 2014) deservedly copped the 2014 Man Booker Fiction prize. This sweeping epic of the battle-savaged 20th-century follows the odyssey of Dorrigo ...
 The American In Italia1 week ago SCRIPTORIUM: Ulysses in Australia  The American In Italia1 week ago
US News & World Report

Getting Ready for Gruber, Obama on Colbert, Sen. Cruz Driving the CRomnibus

Good Tuesday morning, the 343rd day of 2014 and 27 days until Republicans stampede into Washington and take full control of both the House and the Senate. Theyll have a bit of a public goodwill coming in, if a Bloomberg poll is any indication, but ...
 US News & World Report1 week ago

Sex&theCity: And then, there is love

Like all stories, love stories too come to an end. There are some that end in marriage, which could mean a new modified version of love-as-we-knew-it and then there are others that wither, wane and wilt under the assault of life's realities like a ...
 Financial Chronicle1 week ago
Slate Magazine

Let's Break Shit: A Short History of Silicon Valley's Favorite Phrase

Shit, broken Photo by Leon Neal/AFP/ The New Republic as we know it is broken , and the looming question is whether that breakage will produce anything more intellectually valuable or economically viable than a dust cloud of corporate jargon.
 Slate Magazine1 week ago
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