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St. Petersburg Times
For poet Tess Gallagher, creativity grows from collaboration
For many writers, poetry is a solitary craft. But for acclaimed poet Tess Gallagher, creativity is often a matter of collaboration.
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Fri Apr 18, 2014
Why a British exit is not inevitable
Prospects of an in-out referendum on the United Kingdom's membership of the EU is not all doom and gloom: Charles Grant sees reasons both for welcoming the debate and for supporting a vote to stay in.
Bryan County News
Europe, UK Easter traditions mirror US
Easter is, of course, one of the major Christian festivals across the world. While the religious meaning is the same, I find the history of many Easter traditions - and some of the cultural differences surrounding its celebration in the United Kingdom and the United States - interesting.
Thu Apr 17, 2014
Nichelle McKnight and child both missing.
The funding was secured in Columbus Thursday. She will be buried at Dayton Memorial Park on North Dixie Drive in Vandalia.
My Life and Times: First of an occasional series of blogs by Bob...
MY LIFE AND TIMES: First of an occasional series of blogs by Bob Hopkin, now of Africa March born and bred Greetings from the southern tip of Africa; from where I sit there is one mile south to the Indian Ocean and from there 4,000 miles of sea to the Antarctic.
Tue Apr 15, 2014
Guliver's Travels: Preserving History in Putin's Crimea
Guliver AltA n beside an homage to the many ways he acquired his 1,500 artifacts from the Crimean Khanate.
Mon Apr 14, 2014
High Court challenge to Sainsbury's by rival developer as Street...
A High Court judge will now decide the fate of a superstore in Whittlesey after Fenland Council was served with a judicial review claim form.
Less crowding, shorter waiting times for 25 bus services in Q1
Twenty-five bus services have seen improved waiting times and less crowding in the first quarter of the year.
Sun Apr 13, 2014
Energy trading pact with Britain still 'inevitable'
AN energy trading pact between Ireland and Britain is "inevitable" despite the collapse of an a 18bn wind-farm plan, the Government has insisted.
Poppies to spring up in Fenland to mark centenary of First World War
Poppies will spring up all over Fenland this summer in memory of those who died in the First World War 100 years ago.
The Jersey Journal
Pennsville's St. George's Church still thriving after 300 years
They had to put a fence around the cemetery because people would sneak in to bury the dead so they didn't have to pay the fees.
Sat Apr 12, 2014
4 Richmond Hill sexual assaults linked: Police
York Regional Police believe four sexual assaults committed in broad daylight in Richmond Hill may be the work of one man.
Fri Apr 11, 2014
Ban the Bomb Movement Walks From Aldermaston To London: 1952-1963
The Ban The Bomb movement grew after the war. In 1960, tens of thousands of people marched from the Atomic Weapons Research Establishment at Aldermaston, Berkshire, to Trafalgar Square.
Fire destroys thousands of pounds of camera kit
A teenager is lucky to be alive after fire ripped through the family garage destroying thousands of pounds worth of camera kit.
The battle for Fenland Hall: Councillors will decide on May 1 the...
A timetable for the battle to replace Alan Melton as leader of Fenland District Council has been set with three possible candidates already considering their options.
Thu Apr 10, 2014
Hottest Articles on BWW from Thursday, Apr. 10
Below are BroadwayWorld.com's most popular articles from Thursday, April 10, 2014.
Scotland has no Plan B on Currency, Says Rest of the UK
As currency continues to dominate the independence debate, 52% of people in the rest of the UK now doubt that has a clear contingency plan should it lose the pound.
Police issue security warning over West Norfolk vehicle part thefts
Two doors were stolen from a Defender model in Low Road, Stow Bridge, between 8pm on Tuesday and 7am on yesterday, Wednesday, April 9. That followed an earlier incident in which thieves stole the interior seats, front grill and headlights from a Defender in Common Road, West Bilney, between 5pm on Sunday and 10am on Monday.
Tue Apr 08, 2014
Britain set to beat all leading industrial nations with growth of...
Britain's economy will grow at a faster pace than all the other leading industrial nations in 2014, the International Monetary Fund said today.
Councillors grilled about future of March town centre at lively March Society meeting
Three town councillors were grilled about the future of March town centre at a lively meeting of the March Society.