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4 hrs ago | The Chronicle Herald
On Tuesday night, James Morrison IV, a 1994 graduate of Queen Elizabeth High School in Halifax, won Best Direction in a Lifestyle/Practical Information Program or Series for an episode of You Gotta Eat Here! titled American Cheesesteak.
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12 hrs ago | Mirror.co.uk
Gogglebox stars Steph and Dom have been popping up all over London in celebration of the hit show returning to Channel 4. In the form of a 7ft wide life-sized portrait depicting 'the posh couple' sipping champagne while sitting on a sofa, the two appear at National Portrait Gallery.
Venezuelan pianist Gabriela Montero dedicated part of a London concert to those confronting the government in Venezuela, saying she felt their "sadness, impatience, our frustration".
Proving definitively once and for all that reports of her grumpiness are much overstated, the Queen is reported to have launched into song while chatting to a young singer, trilling out a few bars by British popster Gary Barlow.
The Gaelic College board of governors should determine in short order the best way to dispense with the school's "royal" designation recently bestowed by Queen Elizabeth.
Scottish leader Alex Salmond called on all Britons on Tuesday to back his campaign for an independent Scotland to help create a northern economic counterweight to stop London from sucking the life out of the rest of the country.
The ADL in Bendigo, Victoria - to be precise, a young neo-Nazi named Aaron Robertson - is upset that local Muslims are planning to build a mosque in town, so they've organised a rally to stop it.
Intricate stone carvings have been installed at Southsea, on the Hayling Billy trail, in Rowlands Castle, at the Buriton chalk pits, Queen Elizabeth Country Park, Petersfield, Steep, Broxhead Common, Liss Railway Walk and Bordon Inclosure.
Lazarus Theatre Compay will present William Shakespeare 's Richard III, today, 4th-29th March 2014, Tuesday-Saturday at 8:00pm at The Blue Elephant Theatre.
This past year's Nobel Prizes have been handed out, bestowing worldwide fame and $1.2 million in prize money on chemists, doctors, economists, peacemakers, physicists, and writers - but not engineers.
ON March 3 1982, Queen Elizabeth 2 opened the Barbican Centre for Arts and Conferences in the City of London.
Whenever I attend a play or a film, I can tell usually within the first few minutes, what kind of experience I'm in for.
Ed Meurer calls himself more of a collector than a restorer of vintage autos. "My dad got me involved in cars as a kid," said the Farmington Hills business owner and Milford resident.
Camilla Parker Bowles has been trying to control the royal family for months now.