Monday , November 22 2021

Travel

Book Review: ‘Questions of Travel: William Morris in Iceland’ by Lavinia Greenlaw

Lavinia Greenlaw’s far-ranging introduction 'Questions of Travel: William Morris in Iceland', reads sometimes like the flight of a bumblebee. Fascinatingly brilliant in each place that it lands, it succeeds in making the reader long to know more of William Morris.

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The National Museum of African American History and Culture: Blood and Mortar of African Americans

Long before you get to level four and Chuck Berry’s shining red Cadillac where he was seduced some nights by groups of adoring white teen girls, you pass by the memorial to Emmitt Till, the teenage boy brutally murdered by white men for whistling at a white woman.

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Interview: Singer Anne Carrere and Musician Guy Giuliano on ‘Piaf! The Show’ in Paris – Part II

'Edith Piaf is unique, singular. If you try to imitate or mimic Piaf? It’s not possible. But if Anne tries to fulfill Edith Piaf with her soul, she can reach people because she is herself.'

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