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Purple Men in The News

By Alexander Baron

Progressive rock band Deep Purple was formed in 1968, and three of its founder members are still very much in the news. Long term keyboard player Jon Lord died in July 2012, but is only now getting the recognition he deserved as a classical composer. In 1969, his Concerto For Group And Orchestra was performed […]

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15 Positive Photos That Will Get You in a Good Mood

By TLN

Humans are visual beings and sometimes words are not enough to get you in a good mood so we have collected 15 photos with positive vibe, colors and scenery that will help you get in a nice and uplifting mood and bring up your motivation for the day. You can even listen to this great […]

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The Rory Gallagher Festival 2015

By Alexander Baron

June 14 this year will be the twentieth anniversary of the death of the legendary Irish blues-rock guitarist Rory Gallagher. Born at Ballyshannon on March 2, 1948, he was taken ill in the Netherlands, forcing the cancellation of his final tour. Transferred to Kings College Hospital London, he died from complications of a liver infection aged […]

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British Museum Is The Top London Destination

By Tim Sandle

The British Museum in London is the U.K.’s number one tourist destination, according to new figures issued by the collators of such data, the Association of Leading Visitor Attractions (ALVA). The AVLA aims to represent the views of the U.K.’s main visitor attractions to Government, the broader tourism industry, business, media and the public. The […]

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Poker Festivals For All Pockets Coming Soon

By Alexander Baron

If you are a high roller, the people at Party Per have something for you shortly, the spring Perfest. Between March 29 and April 12 there will be guaranteed tournaments with a total of $2.4 million in prize pools, 77 of them. The minimum buy-in is $5, and for really high rollers there is one […]

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Could One Video Change Our Mindset?

By TLN

Wouldn’t it be great if instead of those advertisements on TV they would show and broadcast videos like the one below? It truly gets you thinking (even if just for a minute) of the whole concept on how our society is falling pray to the same patterns over and over again and how easily we are manipulated and […]

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UFO – The Final Secret!

By Alexander Baron

If you thought UFOs were not of this world or perhaps mythical, think again. Last month, Jade Black posed the question Why is UFO classic rock’s best-kept secret? Why indeed? UFO released their first album way back in 1970. Flying featured Mick Bolton on lead guitar, Pete Way on bass, Andy Parker on drums, and […]

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Wishbone Ash in 2015

By Alexander Baron

Long before most of you reading this were born, and years ago than I care to remember, there was a poster on my sixth form wall. It read Wishbone Ash’s Ted Turner, and showed a young man with a guitar. Ted Turner is now 64 years young; I know that because we have the […]

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Have The Soaps Gone Too Far?

By Alexander Baron

In recent years, soap operas in the UK have included storys that are fantastic and ludicrous in equal measure. Now in its thirtieth year, EastEnders has seen two resurrections and is currently gearing up to bring about a third. More outlandish than this have been their tackling of controversial issues including drug abuse, paedophilia and […]

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List Of 2015 Oscar Winners

By TLN

The 87th Academy Awards that to place in Dolby Theatre in Hollywood, Los Angeles, is over. Hosted by the always charismatic and fun to watch Neil Patrick Harris – he even went so far as to strip to his underwear for the Birdman sketch. Common and John Legend performed their Oscar Winning song “Glory” from the movie […]

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