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Lou Stoppard
I'm a writer and curator. Books, articles, essays. regularly but other places too. Agent:
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Tate Dec 1
Shirley Baker developed her first photograph as a young girl, and later became one of Britain’s most definitive social documentary photographers. Join us at Tate Modern on 11 Dec to discuss her influence & lasting legacy:
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There is nothing I love more than being called ‘pet’ by a stern yet warm older woman
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Sesame Street 9h
Caroll Spinney, the legendary puppeteer behind beloved Sesame Street characters Big Bird and Oscar the Grouch, died today, December 8th 2019, at age 85 at his home in Connecticut, after living with Dystonia for some time.
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Museum at FIT Dec 6
A new exhibition at the Het Nieuwe Instituut, Rotterdam examines the hoodie as a symbol of youth culture, subculture, social inequality, racism, privacy, fear, and style. Through April 12, 2020
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Lou Stoppard Dec 7
Vote tactically. I think one of the easiest things you can do right now is talk to your family. Explain the importance. Text your parents, if you have them, or your aunties and uncles, grandparents and family friends. If every young person did, it could make a difference.
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The Independent Dec 7
Gary Neville blames Boris Johnson for ‘fuelling’ racism in British football
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Lou Stoppard Dec 7
‘I took her to a supermarket, I don’t know why but I had to start it somewhere.’ I wrote about the significance of supermarkets in this strange country we live in, and the first purpose-built one to become listed, designed by
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MACK Dec 6
'Stray cow on the beach, Abersoch, North Wales. 1967' From 'Shirley Baker', ed by
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Summer Ray Dec 5
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eve peyser Dec 5
sad to report that you are the only person who cares what you listened to on spotify in 2019
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HE London Dec 5
“It was very, very controversial”: how a Camden Town Sainsbury’s became Grade II listed A feature by in the
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Top Shelf Sweetie Dec 3
I used to think one of the reasons celebrities are nuts is because constantly being watched/recorded/shouted at ruins you psychologically and now we've expanded that life to everyone. Probably fine
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charlotte Dec 4
“It was very, very controversial”: how a Camden Town Sainsbury's became Grade II listed
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Bernardine Evaristo Dec 3
Pls RT: The described me yesterday as 'another author' apropos 2019. How quickly & casually they have removed my name from history - the first black woman to win it. This is what we've always been up against, folks.
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Emma Paterson Dec 4
Please keep retweeting until formally apologise.
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New Statesman Dec 4
In July, the superstore – a key example of High-Tech architecture – became the first purpose-built supermarket to be listed by Historic England. pays a visit.
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Hettie O'Brien Dec 4
this piece from on the listing of a Camden town Sainsbury's, High-Tech architecture and the social significance of supermarkets is great:
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Lou Stoppard Dec 3
Replying to @LouStoppard
That said, a few months ago I interviewed Riccardo Tisci and had to leave early/promptly due to a plan with my 2 year old nephew. I explained and apologised, and he said, totally sincerely, you could have brought him along, if it would have been convenient, I wouldn’t have minded
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Lou Stoppard Dec 3
People talk about fashion being a great industry for women. But it relies on being away about 3 months of the year for fashion week. Where’s your kid during all that? Hard for any mum, impossible for a single mum.
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MACK Dec 3
'Shirley Baker' launches at with a panel discussion on Baker's place in the history of female photography with and John van Aitken. 11 December Tickets £5
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