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Chapman Freeborn has partnered with One Authentic Properties to offer private air travel directly to One's collection of privately owned villas and chalets in the south of France. For a stay at any One propertywhich include locations at Courchevel
Eastern Conference Player of the Week for games played Aug. 5-11. It's the third Player of the Week award for Delle Donne, who averaged 21 points and 5.67 rebounds in the contests. On Friday, Delle Donne's 19 points helped the Sky defeat the
These "Asham award-winning stories" by women are themed around travel. Anglea Carter (an extract from The Magic Toyshop) and Helen Dunmore ("Duty Free", in which a woman at an airport collides with soldiers destined for Afghanistan) - are mixed in
The Indiana Fever have bounced back nicely after losing seven of their first eight games. Tamika Catchings scored 18 points and Shavonte Zellous added 14 to lead Indiana past Chicago 64-58 on Tuesday night for its ninth win in the last 12 games.
13 pm Follow Get Entertainment Newsletters: "Happiness in marriage is entirely a matter of chance." Jane Austen In Pride & Prejudice , Jane Austen's heroine Elizabeth Bennet has few choices in life, while the world is Mr. Darcy's oyster.
They're part of her personal story too as the daughter of a woman who endured all of the above.
Sebastian Faulks to make acting debut in Birdsong Faulks' role as a soldier in the performance is a non-speaking part Sebastian Faulks, the author of Birdsong, will make his acting debut in the stage production of his novel at the Theatre Royal in
British playwright Tom Stoppard has won the 2013 PEN/Pinter Prize established in memory of the late Nobel laureate and fellow dramatist Harold Pinter, organizers said on Wednesday. The 76-year-old Czech-born Stoppard, who co-wrote the Oscar-winning
He liked to hurt people being extremely sensitive to wounds himself and as he drove the knife in he smiled...Sonny Figueroa/The New York Times David Bray David Margolick Such toxic descriptions splatter across the pages like a summer downpour in
2.5 out of 5 stars The Artisan Collective Collingwood Underground Car Park Until August 3 It's intriguing and eerie and flawed, this theatrical adaptation of John Fowles' The Collector, and I suspect whether and how much you enjoy it will depend on