Friday Apr 18
Your guide to the best family friendly films on TV this Easter
This year, we're blessed by the TV schedules with some textbook examples of how you could only be more seasonal if it was shot in a special egg-shaped aspect ratio.
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Thu Apr 17, 2014
On the Holy Thursday foot washing: “It didn’t...
Accounts of Christian foot-washing rituals go back as far as the sixth century. As Peter Jeffrey writes in his 1985 book, A New Commandment: Toward a Renewed Rite for the Washing of Feet , there were generally two forms: the "Mandatum Pauperam," or washing of the feet of poor people, and the "Mandatum Fratrum," the washing of the feet of "the ... (more)
Wed Apr 16, 2014
How MPs play the Exchequer namechecker
There can't be a much better feeling as a backbench MP than being namechecked during a high-profile Commons occasion.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
Sarasota Film Festival Closing Night
The Sarasota Film Festival closing night at the Sarasota Opera House featured awards to a number of filmmakers, an appearance by Mad Men costar Elisabeth Moss, an accidentally smashed award, and a screening of the film in which Moss appeared, The One I Love .
Sat Apr 12, 2014
How a perfect storm sunk Maria Miller and spun the Government into crisis
Our video montage shows the dramatic difference four months of repair works have made to the seafront ravaged by some of the worst storms in living memory As she prepares to host a brand-new TV series about our musical heritage, Cerys Matthews assures Karen Price that it is far from a staid history lesson.
Wed Apr 09, 2014
It's a matter of opinion as Cameron fails to gauge public outrage on expenses
JOHN Major famously said that as soon as a Prime Minister crossed the No 10 threshold he, or she, began to lose touch with reality.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Conservative MPs Refuse To Back Maria Miller
When Sky News asked should Mr Cameron sack Maria Miller, two out of 39 MPs contacted said yes and only one said no.
Mon Apr 07, 2014
Search for MH370 switches underwater
The detection of crackly ultrasonic "pings" by underwater listening devices has focused the search for wreckage from missing Malaysia Airlines Flight MH370 on a 600km corridor of ocean.
The Independent & Free Press
Joseph Brant Hospital to get $300 million update
Chief of Emergency Medicine Dr. Paul Faulkner and Vice-President of Patient Care Services and Chief Nursing Executive Mary MacLeod stand in front of the current emergency department.
Thu Apr 03, 2014
How Debris Can Point to Malaysian Plane's Point of Impact
A crew member aboard a Vietnamese air force helicopter checks a map during a flight to search for Flight 370 over southern Vietnamese waters on March 11, 2014.
Tue Apr 01, 2014
Goldberg Hardware files for Chapter 11 protection
The owners of Goldberg Hardware on Church Street have filed for Chapter 11 protection but plan to keep the business open as they work to emerge from bankruptcy.
Thu Mar 27, 2014
Alex at the Alex
Most actors spend their entire careers hoping for an iconic role that never comes.
Wed Mar 26, 2014
Detroit Free Press
Another Detroit crime victim uses deadly force to protect home
Detroit woman talks about her neighbor fatally sho...: Frances Williams says her Dexter Avenue neighbor is a good man and residents have to be able to protect themselves.