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Emmy award winning screenwriter Stephen McFeely, critically acclaimed graphic novelist Ed Brubaker, award winning local Los Angeles theatre artists Burglars of Hamm, and Nancy Keystone’s Critical
Thriving Young Architectural Practice Transforms Boarded Up Shop in Listed Terrace into Light, Bright Offices for their Own Occupation LONDON, England, Jan.
Critically endangered frogs rescued from possible extinction at the hands of a deadly fungus have successfully bred for the first time at the London Zoo.
Research from the University of Warwick shows a trip to the zoo can boost your childâ€™s science and conservation education more than books or classroom teaching alone.
Queen Elizabeth has put in a vegetable patch on the Buckingham Palace grounds, much as U.S.
By Kate Bassett Theatre By creating so many characters in a dysfunctional rut, writer EndaWalsh has landed in one of his own The Walworth Farce NT Cottesloe LONDON Riflemind Trafalgar Studios LONDON The Girlfriend Experience Royal Court Upstairs LONDON Just last month, I saw the Edinburgh Fringe premiere of a chamber play by Ireland's acclaimed playwright Enda Walsh.
A NEW indoor activity centre at Dudley Zoo has been keeping young visitors busy between the recent heavy showers. Dinosaur Dig, located in the Tecton Tropical Birdhouse on the Zoo's upper level, has proved a big hit with many youngsters.
By Gareth Edwards MUCKING out rhinos and tending to cockroaches might not be everyone's idea of a great day out. But staff at Edinburgh Zoo are expecting hundreds of people to pay for the privilege after unveiling plans for a "keeper for a day" experience.
LONDON, August 5 /PRNewswire/ -- - Romance is on Track and Online With Free Wi-Fi at St Pancras International St Pancras International is the first UK station to offer free Wi-Fi access, making it the perfect place to meet.
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- A standing still or idling (of mills, factories, etc.).