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Busy Bee
28 Sep 2011 / 0 Comments / in News

As you can see the gallery that is attached to the post is displayed inline at the bottom of the post. The first of those images also serves as background image for the page. You can also choose to activate the background slider in addition, so users can switch to the full screen gallery if [...]

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28 Sep 2011 / 0 Comments / in News

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Microsoft to purchase Google!

28 Sep 2011 / 0 Comments / in News

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28 Sep 2011 / 0 Comments / in News

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The death of Jane Digby – 11 August 1881

On This Deity proudly presents a bodice-ripping love story of sex and adventure. The story of Jane Elizabeth Digby, who died 130 years ago today, a woman who did her own thing, when doing one’s own thing was very much not what women did. During the course of her lifetime, today’s average British woman will [...]

The death of Emmeline Pankhurst – 14 June 1928

Today, we remember one of the most important British women of the 20th century who died 83 years ago today, aged 69. Sisters! If you have ever voted in an election, thank Emmeline Pankhurst. And if you have ever decided not to vote in an election, you can thank Emmeline for having that choice. And Brothers! [...]

The burning of Joan of Arc – 30 May 1431

“Whatever thing men call great, look for it in Joan of Arc, and there you will find it.” – Mark Twain Five-hundred and eighty years ago today the English tied a 19-year-old French peasant girl to a pillar in the square in Rouen and burned her alive. Her executioners were so afraid of relic-hunters they [...]

Henning Mankell in Woodstock

Popular culture mostly passes me by. But the extraordinary publishing phenomenon of Scandinavian crime fiction has not. In our house it began when, quite by chance, we stumbled upon the BBC TV adaptation of Henning Mankell’s gloomy detective Kurt Wallander, starring Kenneth Branagh. We liked it so much we lapped up the Swedish films when [...]

Rush live at the NEC

23 May 2011 / 1 Comment / in music and gigs

I first saw Canadian rock band Rush live back in October 2007 and blogged about it here. We were fortunate to see them again last night at the NEC in Birmingham, this time from the third row from the front.  This allowed my husband to indulge his passion for photographing the bands he loves. All [...]

Exhibition continues this weekend in Eynsham and Woodstock

19 May 2011 / 0 Comments / in about art, events

My hand drawn map of Woodstock is currently on show at the Creative Art Gallery in Woodstock. It felt only right that the first time the map was shown it should be in the town that inspired it. I’ll be signing and hand-tinting copies of it tomorrow between 3pm and 5pm at the gallery. Meanwhile [...]

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