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- HUCKABY: Country music is truth in poetry
People say that poetry has gone out of vogue. Iâ€™m not sure if that is true, but it is true, at least by my way of thinking, that the poetry of the 21st century has kind of left me behind â€” like most of the rest of the cultural norms of this century.
- Entertainment News: "Homeland's" Rupert Friend reads WWI poem on gas attack
Sunday is the Season 6 finale of the award-winning series â€œHomeland,â€ which attracts more than 5 million viewers. Emmy-nominated actor Rupert Friend, who stars as former CIA operative Peter Quinn, said the finale would be â€œall about revealing people ..
- Find love in Englandâ€™s greatest love stories this Valentineâ€™s day
For a special Valentineâ€™s treat, head to a late viewing of Keats House and make a regency-inspired Valentineâ€™s card, listen to Keatsâ€™s romantic poems and love-letters, and enjoy live music at the pop-up bar (11 February, Â£15). You can also enjoy an ...
- Poetry book celebrates 150 years of Nebraska history
LINCOLN, Neb. This year, Nebraskanâ€™s are celebrating a huge milestone. The Nebraska Sesquicentennial was on March 1, 2017, but the celebration will last all year. Starting in April, you can enjoy 150 years of the state's literary history through a brand ...
- Talking with Daemond Arrindell about poetry, performance, and writing in a community
Our August Poet in Residence, Daemond Arrindell, is having a fantastic year. He co-authored the world premiere of a theatrical adaptation of T. Geronimo Johnsonâ€™s novel Welcome to Braggsville at Book-It Repertory Theatre earlier this year to universal ...
- A Conversation With Jessica Baran, Curator Of 100 Boots Poetry Series
The series kicked off in winter 2017, bringing poets such as Pulitzer Prize winner Rae Armantrout, Lyn Hejinian, Evie Shockley and St. Louis-based Alison C. Rollins to read beneath Ellsworth Kellyâ€™s enormous, geometric wall sculpture, â€œBlue Black.â€
- Why Does the Ascension Matter?
Itâ€™s all just a metaphor. Our spirituality consists of our deeply felt emotions and our mental catalog of Good Things That Happen, wrapped up all pretty in a cellophane bag of inspirational poetry. Itâ€™s a vapid illusion, but an understandable one.
- Online sex predator posed as Bieber look-a-like âˆ’ jailed after WMP enquiry
â€œHe sent poems, would call them â€˜babyâ€™ and tell them he loved them after chatting online for little more than a day. â€œHowever, he quickly steered the chats to intimate subjects and persuaded them to take their clothes off âˆ’ and he then used these ...
- Earthaâ€™s World: Prose & Poetry At Calabar Imports In Harlem
Hosted by writer, author of the book Love Changes and HarlemWorldMagazine.Com Editor In chief Eartha Watts Hicks, the Earthaâ€™s World Poetry And Prose event at Calabar Imports. Join us for what promises to be a great experience right after Harlem Book ...
- Hospice of the East Bay program bridges grief
Dylan Mitchell was voted most inspirational student, was a champion wrestler, struck up conversations with strangers, and "lit up the room when he walked in," his mother describes.
- Friend says Eric Ashby disappeared searching for treasure
In an ABC exclusive, we're hearing from one of Eric Ashby's friends, who says he believes the 31-year-old ... He reportedly was one of many treasure-seekers using clues mapped out in a cryptic 2010 poem by New Mexico art dealer and collector Forrest ...
- MLK Day celebrated across the area
At Northlake Mall, the fifth annual MLK Teen Summit was held. In Rock Hill ... hundreds gathered in the Sanctuary to celebrate with music, art and poetry. Sporty King's last name isn't the only connection he has to Dr. King. "I did volunteer work at ...
- State Lines: California poetry: â€˜Almost Livinâ€™ Almost Dyinâ€™ â€™
The appearance of poetry in public forums is more important than ever before. When language â€” even the language of verified truth and scientific fact â€” is attacked by the institutions we rely on for safety and prosperity, poetry plays a vital role.
- The Week in Reviews, Op. 185: Steven Copes, Jennifer Koh, Christian Tetzlaff
Los Angeles Times: "The show belongs to Koh, whether playing soulful melody, making the raspy scraping sound of strings into poetry, or just tossing off ... from the Civil Rights Movement of the 1960s." Christian Tetzlaff performed the Sibelius with ...
- Chuckwagon races roll into Neches this weekend
â€œFolks are encouraged to bring their horses and trailers,â€ Swanson said. Activities include trail rides, dutch-oven cooking classes, cowboy poetry, herd-dog demonstrations, hoof-care clinics, bullwhip demonstrations, horse auction, wagon race ...