by Kyle Anderson, Nerdist
Something really cool for fans of British things (which I, for one, most certainly am): It was announced last week that Neil Gaimanâ€™s TV miniseries turned novel turned comic book Neverwhere can add yet another hyphen to its list of mediums â€“ Radio. Yes, BBC Radio 4 is dramatizing the fantastic story [...]
On Saturday 13th April, there will be the Third Fundraising Dinner and Auction for Missionaries of the Poor (MOP). The theme for the Dinner will be â€śBlue Caribbean Seaâ€ť and will include live entertainment.
The Dinner and Live Auction will be held in the Courtyard at St Ignatius Church and School, starting with drinks at 7.00 [...]
Daniel Day-Lewis has made Oscars history by becoming the first man to win the best actor prize three times.
The British-born star, who had been the runaway favourite, was rewarded for his role in Steven Spielberg’s Lincoln.
“I really don’t know how any of this happened. I do know I’ve received much more than my fair share [...]
By Lawrence Schenbeck, PS Tracks
Maybe he should have joined a Struggling Composers Support Group
Piotr Ilyich Tchaikovsky (1840-1893) had an awful time getting support from anyone who mattered to him in his early years as a composer. He almost missed out on becoming a musician at all. In 19th-century Russia, music training was a hit-or-miss matter, [...]