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The Gaston Gazette
Today in History - Martin Luther publicly burned the papal edict demanding that he recant
In 1861, the Confederacy admitted Kentucky as it recognized a pro-Southern shadow state government that was acting without the authority of the pro-Union government in Frankfort.
9 hrs ago
For Mandela, it was 'Elizabeth' not 'Ma'am'
Not many men call Britain's Queen Elizabeth II 'Elizabeth', much less dare to comment on her dress style or weight.
23 hrs ago
Sofia News Agency
Bulgarian Composer Dobrinka Tabakova Nominated for Grammy Awards 2014
It was also announced as one of the four CD Albums supporting the Grammy Nomination of the ECM Records Director Manfred Eicher for "Producer of the Year, Classical".
Sun Dec 08, 2013
Editorial: Warren Perrin's efforts for retribution an act of perseverance
Yet, a decade ago, a proclamation acknowledging the suffering of the Acadians was issued under the auspices of Queen Elizabeth II and signed by Canada's governor-general.
Cameron to attend Mandela's memorial
British Prime Minister David Cameron will attend the memorial service for Nelson Mandela in South Africa next week and Prince Charles will attend the funeral several days later, officials said on Sunday.
Sat Dec 07, 2013
Teenage Queen Elizabeth II pictured in royal pantomime to be offered by Dominic Winter Auctioneers
A signed photograph of the then Princess Elizabeth , Princess Margaret on the set of the play Cinderella in Windsor in 1941.
Kate Middleton's $35 Zara Necklace Sells Out
On Tuesday she wowed us by accessorizing with an oh-so-glamorous tiara once worn by Queen Elizabeth II , and just last night she reached for another drool-worthy accessory - only this time it was a $35.90 necklace from Zara ! Yep, the Duchess of Cambridge proved a gal doesn't need access to royal jewels to make a stunning style statement.
Fri Dec 06, 2013
The Chronicle Herald
Gaelic College gets royal designation
From now on, the 75-year-old institution on the shores of St. Anns Bay in Victoria County will be known as the Royal Cape Breton Gaelic College.
Mail on Sunday
Signed copy of JFK book Why England Slept, meant as present for Queen ...
A signed copy of a book by assassinated US president John F Kennedy, said to be intended as a gift to the Queen, is to go under the hammer.
Charlie to take on Mormon at awards
Douglas Hodge as Willy Wonka in Charlie and the Chocolate Factory and Gavin Creel as Elder Price in The Book of Mormon Big budget musicals The Book of Mormon and Charlie and the Chocolate Factory are up against each other at next year's What's On Stage awards.
'Harry Potter' stars up for theater awards
Ex-boy wizard Radcliffe is a best-actor finalist at the WhatsOnStage awards for "The Cripple of Inishmaan."
Revealed: Rigby & Peller's plans for Harrogate store
The lingerie company which holds the Royal Warrant is opening their first boutique in the North of England on Station Bridge in Harrogate.
Queen deeply saddened by Madiba death
Britain's Queen Elizabeth II said on Friday she was "deeply saddened" by the death of Nelson Mandela, adding that he had "worked tirelessly for the good of his country".
The Daily Star
British queen 'deeply saddened' by Mandela death
LONDON: Britain's Queen Elizabeth II said Friday she was "deeply saddened" by the death of Nelson Mandela, adding that he had "worked tirelessly for the good of his country".
Thu Dec 05, 2013
The Queen Pulls a Kate Middleton, Causes Launer Handbag Sales to Skyrocket
Well, well it seems Kate Middleton's not the only royal who can cause a fashion frenzy.
Wed Dec 04, 2013
The Straits Times
Teenage Queen Elizabeth II pictured in royal pantomimes
A handout reproduction picture released by Dominic Winter Auctioneers on Dec 4, 2013 shows a photograph of the then Princess Elizabeth , now Queen Elizabeth II, and Princess Margaret in the play Aladdin at the Royal School in Windsor in 1943.
Tue Dec 03, 2013
Duchess Kate banishes her grey with $1,000 hairdo
The grey is gone, and the diamond tiara is back when Duchess Kate goes to white-tie event tonight at palace.
Wilts and Gloucestershire Standard
Rare photographs of a young Queen Elizabeth II performing in panto to be auctioned in South Cerney
Rare photographs of a young Queen Elizabeth II performing in panto to be auctioned in South Cerney Rare photographs of a young Queen Elizabeth II performing in panto to be sold at Dominic Winters Book Auctions in South Cerney PANTOMIMES are known for having men dress up as queens, but it is extremely rare to find one with the Queen dressed up as a ... (more)
will.i.am talks style with The Queen
The Black Eyes Peas star was introduced to the monarch by Kylie Minogue as part of the royal's Diamond Jubilee celebrations last year.
Why the Gandhis need to come clean on their wealth
Could this reluctance be tied to the family's projection of themselves as the last bastion of the aam-aadmi 's interests? Do they fear that a full disclosure of their not-inconsiderable assets would go against their carefully-cultivated pro-poor image, wonders Saisuresh Sivaswamy.