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Did Jesus have a little baby sister? Official history gives no clue but women's voices sing of her to audiences that chuckle, some in delight, others because the idea makes them squirm: an only child so much more fitting as Savior or King of men.
Six Lips Theatre will present HOUSE OF TRAGIC SHE from Friday, 30 May - Sunday, 1 June, at 7:30 p.m. each night.
Receive FREE access by logging in to or creating your Spokesman.com account. Love poems written in the sonnet form, all hearts and flowers, are a dime a dozen, so it's a delight to see a poet coming at the sonnet from the flip side.
Poetry lovers are invited to hear 12 student finalists from around the state in New Hampshire's "Poetry Out Loud" competition.
I would thank her for the the bicycle shops that fix tires without charge and Costco samples on Saturdays, in fact, I would thank her for all of the free things ever except price quotes, I might not thank her for those.
TURNING 21 is a traditional coming-of-age, for organisations as well as people. And if any proof were needed that Glasgow Women's Library has reached maturity, one needs only to look through the pages of the 21 Revolutions, an ambitious collection of new work created for the Library by some of the leading artists and writers in Scotland.
"Friends, with me everything is okay," read the message posted on Facebook by Serhiy Zhadan, Ukraine's most famous counterculture writer.
Our weekend show emphasizes interviews with writers, filmmakers, actors, and musicians, and often includes excerpts from live in-studio concerts.
Sunday morning in southern Wisconsin arrived with 6 inches of fluffy new snow hanging in the backyard trees.
Poet Gini Dellow, who raises money for the STARS charity, is producing her own hand-made Mother's Day cards as part of her fund-raising efforts.
High school poetry will be celebrated at an April 10 Poetry Slam, and entries are being accepted now.
Potterne Springs WI is holding a poetry by candlelight evening from 8pm to 10pm at Wiltshire Scout Centre, Potterne Wick.
A LANDMARK Barry building is destined to go under the hammer as the Vale Council attempts to flog it at auction later this month.
People of all ages have a story to tell and the exhibition opening this month at Gallery 625 presents these diverse, personal expressions.
Glass bottles and balls are nothing new. But glass as poetry is a concept that's not often explored - which is why three new exhibits at the Museum of Glass are such a delightful juxtaposition.