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By any standards, the Kings of Leon are unique. Consisting of three brothers and their first cousin, all surnamed Followill, the quartet from a God-fearing Tennessee background has conquered the music world on their own terms. They have audaciously mixed elements of classic rock with grunge, garage, and a very contemporary attitude.
Lady Colin Campbell is such a fraud. She was born in Jamaica, George Ziadie (he later became Georgie) from a very wealthy family. She was married for a little over a year more than half a century ago but has clung on to her ex-husbands title. That should tell you something. She has devoted her entire life to collecting (fabulous) jewellery and ingratiating herself in with the royals.
Mission: “The increase and diffusion of knowledge”Vision: “Shaping the future by preserving our heritage, discovering new knowledge, and sharing our resources with the world.” Summary: Smithsonian magazine looks both ahead at current scientific advances and back through history. While the magazine’s historical focus tends to be on America, the magazine does not limit itself to just one continent. The January, 2015 edition’s cover article was an update on the hunt for Amelia Earhart. Topics of other featured articles include a Lakota pictographic calendar, evidence of post-traumatic stress disorder in Civil War soldiers, and a look at the Australian Blue Mountains with the great-great-grandson of Charles Darwin as a guide.The cover of the February, 2015 edition features an article on the Amur tiger, which is native to Russia.
A captivating novel about aging fathers and their grown daughters, childhood scars, and rewriting the script with a little help from Shakespeare, from the acclaimed author of My October.During a sweltering, stormy Montreal summer, Bea Rose finds herself about to turn forty having lost her lover, her business, and her bearings. When the opportunity to work for an outdoor production of King Lear arises, she grabs it despite her utter lack of theatre experience.Things get off to a rocky start when Bea learns the artistic director, Arthur White, is a childhood friend whose presence stirs up painful memories. Then she inadvertently sparks the lascivious attentions of the aging star of the play and alienates the stage director, who happens to be his former wife. As Bea learns the ropes of her new role, her beloved but demanding father begins behaving erratically and losing himself in forgetfulness and her younger sister Cara reveals cracks in the foundation of her apparently perfect life as a devoted mother and co-owner, with her charismatic husband, of a successful raw foods restaurant.The sisters do their best to care for their father, but his deteriorating condition soon exceeds what either can handle.
Ivanhoe (1819) was the first of Scotts novels to adopt a purely English subject and was also his first attempt to combine history and romance, which later influenced Victorian medievalism. Set at the time of the Norman Conquest, Ivanhoe returns from the Crusades to claim his inheritance and the love of Rowena and becomes involved in the struggle between Richard Coeur de Lion and his Norman brother John. The gripping narrative is structured by a series of conflicts: Saxon versus Norman, Christian versus Jew, men versus women, played out against Scotts unflinching moral realism..
This Monocle book tells us how to turn a house into a home. Both a practical guide and a great source of inspiration, The Monocle Guide to Cosy Homes presents the interiors, furniture, and locations you need to know about along with portraits of the people who can make it happen. The Monocle Guide to Cosy Homes celebrates the durable and the meaningful through a collection of homes that tell a story. Most architecture and interior books show houses polished to perfection, manicured to the extent that it is hard to imagine anybody acually lives there: they seem to miss the point that homes are meant to be inhabited.
This book followed the very popular Chicka Chicka Boom Boom by Bill Martin Jr. that was a story about the alphabet going up to the top of a coconut tree. Chicka Chicka 1, 2, 3, is obviously similar, but with numbers.