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The area which is now Greenwich Village was once marshland and 16th century Native Americans referred to it as Sapokanikan ("tobacco field").
Unnoticed by many, lovingly appreciated by those who know, for men of a certain age, means or style, John Smedley knitwear can lay credible claim to being the Don of fine gauge knitwear.
As cultural icons go, the Clarks Desert Boot (other brands are available, but don't be fooled, there's only one that matters)
Throughout the 1950s until the early 1980s, Chicago's youth was divided into two cultures: the Greasers and the Hippies.
When I was a child I watched the film version of Ray Bradbury's Fahrenheit 451, directed by François Truffaut
The Vinyl Junkie
Now, I love an expert as much as the next person. I revel in others’ depth of knowledge
In post-First World War England (1914-1918), crime was rife and threatening to spiral out of control.
It took me many years to appreciate the beauty spots and sights of Surrey,a county in which I have resided for most of my life.
Like many, idling away on Facebook which is the adult equivalent of staring out of the classroom window at a cat in the playground, I am partial to doing the quizzes for fun; ‘
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