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Breaking News: Shakespeare: ‘He could really turn a phrase'
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Columbus :: OH :: USA | updated 2014-04-23 11:21:05 -0700 | arts-culture-news

That was the way, in a rather humorously offhand tone, a well-read friend described Shakespeare. Indeed, Shakespeare lived during the time the English language was evolving into Early Modern English. Interestingly, “The King James Bible” was also written during that...
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Breaking News: Mélanie De Biasio - Live At Route du Rock Winter - 2014 - Nights At The Roundtable: Rock Without Borders Edition - Past Daily
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Nantes :: France | updated 2014-04-22 22:03:01 -0700 | arts-culture-news

Mélanie de Biasio – Stark emotion in an ethereal world.Click on the link here for Audio Player – Mélanie de Biasio – in concert at Route du Rock Winter – Feb. 23, 2014 – RFISomeone unusual and special tonight. The...
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Hyderabad :: India | updated 2014-04-23 00:34:09 -0700 | arts-culture-news

Creative Corner || How to Make Paper Rose Flowers Watch our Craft expert Naveen show us how to make Rose flowers with coloured paper. All you need is coloured paper and glue and watch how to make colourful roses easily....
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Source: San Jose Mercury News

San Jose :: CA :: USA | updated 2014-04-22 15:48:43 -0700 | arts-culture-news

There's the obvious draw of winery namesake Les Claypool, the frontman and bass guitarist of the alt-rock band Primus and the recently formed Duo de Twang, a rockabilly-bluegrass combo. Rather than making the tasting room (which Claypool nicknamed the Fancy...
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Breaking News: It's the Bard 450th birthday: have a favorite Shakespeare quote to share?
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New York City :: NY :: USA | updated 2014-04-23 11:21:04 -0700 | arts-culture-news

Language is not the only medium of communication between humans but it’s inarguably the most powerful and noone understood this more than the bard himself. Shakespeare’s odes are legendary, used to express every emotion—from love, hate and sorrow to gluttony...
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