Monthly Archives: July 2011

Passing thoughts

Why have they made one of the most historically rich parts of London sound like an area in Manhattan?

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Postcards from Paradise

Who needs the hassle of traffic jams, rammed airports, heaving ferries and bloated beaches when you can hang out at the Southbank. This glorious rolling festival has been the hit of the summer with thrilling exhibitions, ambush fountains, curious pavilions, an allotment in the sky, and an intriguing language installation that has set everyone talking […]

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Calisthenics for the brain

The writing process can help us to think through what we know and develop richer, more useful, more valuable, more considered interpretations of the world.

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