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Peter Saunders from England is a huge fan of all things dating back to the time when Queen Victoria ruled her empire. He has even created a home that is an authentic tribute to that period. We met up with … Continue reading
Never mind living off the grid. Meet the couple who live in a different century. THE VICTORIANS, Modern Life is Rubbish. Shunning modern day convenience and technology. (Excerpt from FastCo) Whether you consider them pre-modern evangelists or just uber-hipsters, Gabriel … Continue reading
Neil’s talk is very interesting and full of humour- he is witty and so positive! His jokes made me laugh out loud- such as references to eating his favourite songs and maybe if teenagers had Lady Gaga salads they might … Continue reading
I think this is simply marvellous! Their movements are in sync with the timing, rhythms and moods in the Symphony; the stage art and lighting also reflects the music.
Many people would say that animals cannot understand the concept of art, let alone paint anything, but upon looking at these paintings by two gorillas I think this is not true! http://www.koko.org/gorilla-art-0 Above: Koko painting. This is Michael’s painting … Continue reading