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  • The Architecture of Molecules

    [Part 2 of 2]By the end of the 1950s, Roger Hayward had retired from his professional work as an architect at the same time that his career as an illustrator wa... Read more

    The 02 July 2015 by   Scarc
    SCIENCE
  • Miss Fisher’s Murder Mysteries

    Who doesn't love a really good Netflix binge? I know that I certainly do! We don't actually watch normal terrestrial television because ugh reality shows and... Read more

    The 02 July 2015 by   Mmeguillotine
    CULTURE, BOOKS
  • Book Review – Wanna Cook? by Ensley F. Guffey & K. Dale Koontz

    Wanna Cook? is an unofficial companion to the critically acclaimed television series Breaking bad, created by Vince Gilligan. I recently finished watching the... Read more

    The 02 July 2015 by   Manofyesterday
    ENTERTAINMENT, MOVIES, CULTURE
  • Book Review – Errol Flynn: Satan’s Angel by David Bret

    This biography of the suave swordsman Errol Flynn spans his life as a charming scoundrel. It doesn’t shy away from the realities of his numerous love affairs an... Read more

    The 30 June 2015 by   Manofyesterday
    ENTERTAINMENT, MOVIES, CULTURE
  • Postman's Park (17): the Rev G Garnish

    If swimming in the Thames was dangerous, boating also posed real risks. In January 1885, two boats collided on the river at Putney. Read more

    The 28 June 2015 by   Carolineld
    DESTINATIONS, CULTURE
  • James Abbe: Capturing the Silent Screen

    James Abbe: Capturing the silent screen This post was written for the Classic Movie History Project Blogathon co-hosted by Movies Silently, Once Upon a Screen... Read more

    The 27 June 2015 by   Kendrajbean
    ENTERTAINMENT, MOVIES
  • Illustrating Science

    Pastel drawing of the molecular structure of molybdenumdichloride. By Roger Hayward, 1964.[Ed Note: Of the thirteen books that Linus Pauling authored or... Read more

    The 25 June 2015 by   Scarc
    SCIENCE
  • Ingersoll in Islington

    The name of Ingersoll stands out in fine mosaic on top of a building in St John Street. While the company has left, its former showroom and factory is a gloriou... Read more

    The 24 June 2015 by   Carolineld
    DESTINATIONS, CULTURE
  • MARVEL Has Found Its Peter Parker

    Originally posted on My Tiny Obsessions: It’s done. After months of rumors and castings, MARVEL has finally announced that 19 year old Tom Holland will be the... Read more

    The 23 June 2015 by   Manofyesterday
    ENTERTAINMENT, MOVIES, CULTURE
  • Postman's Park (16): Harry Sisley

    In mid-Victorian Britain, swimming became a popular leisure activity. Outdoor swimming pools began to appear, including the marvellous Thames Lido. Read more

    The 21 June 2015 by   Carolineld
    DESTINATIONS, CULTURE

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