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Criterion Quarterly 13h
On October 16, 1951, Pakistan's first prime minister Liaquat Ali Khan was assassinated in Rawalpindi's Company Bagh (also known as East India Company Garden) during a public meeting of the Muslim City League.
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Dean Showers Jr Oct 15
Who's drinking their coffee out of a vintage State Farm mug today? Share a picture of your good neighbor glassware!
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Del Amitri Oct 15
"Ah, those heady days when. everyone knew what was in the singles charts, and thought it mattered!” - Iain Harvie on George Bowie's column from the Evening Times on Oct 4th 1994 featured Del Amitri.
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Al Vasey 23h
Being a good neighbor means helping others ... get caffeinated! Check out these mugs customers have received throughout the years. Do you have a vintage State Farm mug? Share a picture, I'd love to see it!
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Candy Oct 8
Dona by Jo Let Me Tease You Tropical Tease Scented Massage Candle Review
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Elephant Magazine Oct 15
: Soufiane Ababri shows us sex as a political power. In drawings and performances, he uses the physical dynamics of male bodies to depict new narratives about violence, dominance, homosexuality and race.
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Del Amitri Oct 10
"And you always get your finger in the frame." Check out this gorgeous version of 'In The Frame', recorded at the Manchester Apollo in 2014.
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Candy Oct 12
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F&B Report Oct 12
: Generally, hotel star ratings differ from one country to another, but it is a definitive way of measuring a hotel’s overall quality
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F&B Report Oct 12
: Does the rise of the new guard have an impact on the industry? It’s a largely positive one
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The Village Voice Oct 11
Replying to @villagevoice
“I am — if you can psychoanalyze yourself — a very competitive fellow, and I like selling more papers than the next guy. Have I cut corners, against my own principles? I would argue not.” — Rupert Murdoch, 1975.
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Criterion Quarterly Oct 10
Activist Malala Yousafzai became the second Pakistani woman to win the Nobel Peace Prize on this day in 2014.
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Elephant Magazine Oct 14
: Femininity and forbidden fruit are cut-up and subverted by Olivia Brazier, in photomontages that explore the role of women in the home and the nature of desire.
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The Village Voice Oct 11
Replying to @villagevoice
“Why am I in papers? I just love it. The only other thing I like is politics, and I’ve never let myself get into that. I think you prostitute your news­papers once you start joining political parties.” — Rupert Murdoch, 1975.
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Mass Observation 14h
Some remarks on consumer trends un toothpaste, 1947
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Latitudes Oct 14
Max Andrews' () on the exhibition ‘A Provisional History of the Technical Image, 1844–2018’ at in Arlès
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Triaster Oct 14
Today from the Triaster Archive we have the Getting to Go Live Checklist, three comprehensive checklists to ensure your Process Library is: useful, accessible and utilised ✔️
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Candy Oct 13
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Candy Oct 12
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Candy Oct 12
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