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Sinead O'Connor made a foray into traditional religious music with Gospel Sessions at Alice Tully Hall as part of the Lincoln Center Festival. The first two opera's of Wagner's Ring cycle, by the avant-garde director Frank Castorf, had their
They say most people have one or more defining childhood incidents something that sets the course of their adult life and molds their personality. Filmmaker Linda Hoaglund had one, and it was so striking that to this day she can still remember the
Bruce Mackenzie, a South African who settled in Kenya, was the only white man in Jomo Kenyatta's first Cabinet...Mackenzie was included by Kenyatta at the insistence of the British, who wanted somebody they could trust to take over the docket of
17 July 2013 5 shares 23 View comments For the ladies and gentleman members of the Brimfield and Little Hereford Bowling Club, the opportunity to play in the grounds of Windsor castle was honour enough. Imagine their joy, then, when they turned to
Award-winning actress Dame Helen Mirren is said to be the new face of lifestyle and fashion brand, Marks & Spencer. The 67-year-old was spotted shooting for brand's new ad campaign at London's St Katharine's Docks, here, Sunday, alongside TV
The film The Battle of Algiers represents a very significant part of the history of the Algerian Revolution. The film of Pontecorvo in itself represents something of documentary value that retraces the reality of the anti-colonial struggle on the
About 40 classic films from around the world will be viewed on 35 mm screening equipment at Chaktomuk Theater and the Bophana Centre for nine days, said Rithy Panh, president and founder of the Bophana Centre...He said among the classics were two
Former top Khmer Rouge leader Nuon Chea has expressed remorse for atrocities committed under the Maoist regime and acknowledged a sense of responsibility. Nuon Chea, 86, is on trial for genocide and crimes against humanity. The deputy leader under
Oliver Burton, who was born with Down's syndrome and has been diagnosed with cancer, had a wish to meet Queen Elizabeth II . However, when a visit with her proved unattainable, the Oscar winner was more than happy to help make that wish come true.
Published May 22, 2013 The Sun Helen Mirren has granted a boy's dying wish to meet the Queen by dressing as Her Majesty and inviting him round for tea. Oliver Burton, ten, may have just weeks to live after being hit by cancer for a third time.