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- Another colorful, well-attended Richmond Juneteenth celebration - Richmond Standard
Richmond StandardAnother colorful, well-attended Richmond Juneteenth celebrationRichmond StandardThe Richmond community came together Saturday for another colorful and well-attended celebration of African American culture at the Annual Juneteenth Family Day Parade and Festival at Nicholl Park. The event, sponsored by the Neighborhood Block ...and more »
- He was named â€˜the man most likely to marry Jackie Kennedyâ€™... And now an Oscar-nominated film reveals how lovelorn British Lord Harlech missed out on capturing the heart of ...
â€˜Thisâ€™ refers to a book of poetry by Shelley, taken from the personal library of John F. Kennedy and containing his presidential bookplate. He had been assassinated just six months earlier, and now his widow was sending as a birthday gift a book ...
- The History Of The Olympic Games
In addition to sporting events, contests were held for music, singing, and poetry. How do I know ... Well, in 391 AD, the Christian Roman Emperor Theodosius banned all pagan practices, including the Games. And thatâ€™s how the world said Bye to the ...
- New Release Life Between The Words by Nolan P. Holloway Jr.
His poems are both poignant and uplifting at the same time ... the harshness of reality and stepping through doorways that only love can truly open. â€œLife Between the Wordsâ€ sets Holloway Jr. as a philosopher of the human spirit.
- Buy a Book â€“ Save Your Brain, Change Your Life
Bakerâ€™s â€˜Silence Louder Than A Train.â€™â€ Poetry and prose poems of a passionate & intense originality which transcends the boundaries of the everyday. Words that speak, sing, and witness to convey us beyond the poems themselves to allow fresh ...
- Perspective: Two dying memoirists wrote best-sellers about their final days. Then their spouses fell in love.
They gossiped about the private Facebook group, Hot Young Widows Club, and shared poetry. He sent her Philip Larkinâ€™s When ... Paulâ€™s extended family they watched the last sunset of a sad, happy and surprising year.
- Fashion World Mourns Death of Azzedine AlaÃ¯a
The cause of death on Saturday was heart failure ... Iï¸â€™d watch in awe as he hand made each and every piece, his fingers touching the fabric like poetry. Then he would want to feed us all, and cook with his own hands and talk for hours at the table ...
- Books: Deaths of the Poets by Paul Farley and Michael Symmons Roberts
At 9 oâ€™clock on a Friday morning in 1972, the Pulitzer-winning poet John Berryman walked onto the Washington Avenue Bridge in the heart of the University of Minneapolis â€” just yards from where he gave his inspirational daily lectures â€” and jumped off.
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- Poetry Reading and Music Salon
Join Mary G.L. Shackelford as she weaves an evening of poetry and music, sharing work from her new collection of poetry Song In My Belly. This recent book follows Through A Hollow Reed (2003) and Space Between My Bones (2010) in Maryâ€™s series of handmade ...
- Poetic Licence: 'Blood Alley' by Lauren Martin McCraw
Welcome to Poetic Licence â€“ a weekly poetry forum, hosted by us, featuring words by local poets. This week? Lauren Martin McCraw. Lauren Martin McCraw is a writer, performer and new mom. This poem was previously shortlisted for Room Magazine's 2015 ...
- Michael Bierut designs new brand identity for the Poetry Foundation
Pentagram Partner Michael Beirut has redesigned the identity for the Chicago-based Poetry Foundation, publisher of Poetry magazine. The task was to reimagine the foundationâ€™s brand identity including its logo, print materials and Poetry magazine, with ...
- Appreciative of Vaincourt poem in Nov. 11 edition
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- Salina Poetry Series, Oakland Poet Kim Addonizio
and â€œMy Black Angel,â€ a companion to â€œMy Black Angel: Blues Poems & Portraits,â€ featuring woodcuts by Charles D. Jones Kim Addonizio was born in Washington D.C. to professional tennis player Pauline Addie and sportswriter Robert Addie.
- Coshocton Public Library to hold teen poetry slam â€“ Times Reporter
Coshocton Public Library to hold teen poetry slamTimes ReporterThe Coshocton Public Library, 655 Main St., will hold a teen poetry slam for students in grades 7-12 from 3:30 to 5 p.m. April 13. The slam will be held in celebration of National Poetry Month.