Wake by Anna Hope – review
Kasia Boddy on the stories of the Unknown Soldier In August 1920, a British army chaplain wrote to the dean of Westminster with an idea about the commemoration of the dead of the first world war. Four years earlier, in a garden in Armentières, he had come across a grave marked by a wooden cross on which were pencilled the words "An Unknown British Soldier". Surely such a person deserved a place ...
Summer Camp, Then and Now
Some things never change. Camp is freedom, often the first taste kids get. Back at home, parents enjoy their own delicious freedom. We can listen to our music, as loud and as late as we want. We can sleep in without guilt, and enjoy glorious days not nagging anyone to do anything.
The Barnstable Libraries’ 2011 Collaborative Summer Reading Program is under way through Aug. 20 at local libraries.
Chris Brown: 'It was the biggest wake-up call'
He was a teen superstar, the unassailable crown prince of R&B – until he assaulted his girlfriend Rihanna. Chris Brown talks about 'that incident', his year in anger management and why he's got a lot more music (and money) to make People who hate Chris Brown – and there are many – might sum him up as the bad boy of R&B, chiefly famous for beating up Rihanna . They would probably describe the ...