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Monthly Archives: July 2013
By staff | Posted on July 29th, 2013
And we’re back! One of most highly anticipated Anglophenia features of the year returns, as you the voters select the third annual winner of our Anglo Fan Favorites men’s tournament.
Well first of all, despite the evidence of the picture above, since the London Olympic Games have finished, it has stopped raining fire from on high, so that’s a definite plus.
What the what? Insert, shaking head in frustration, followed by rubbing eyes in disbelief. Banksy, the infamous graffiti street artist, was robbed of one of his North London murals that dubiously showed up on a U.
By Brigid Brown | Posted on July 26th, 2013
These days it’s difficult to determine what in fact is considered “indie” with a lot of smaller film companies actually falling under the umbrella of one of the “big bad” Hollywood movie machines. With that said, we ...
By Erin Janosik | Posted on July 26th, 2013
Prince Harry, uncle to newborn Prince George, has finally met his nephew. While visiting a photographic exhibition in London documenting the work of his Africa-based charity Sentebale, BBC asked Prince Harry about being an uncle.
Mary Shelley’s gothic tale of Promethian anguish has long held a fascination for movie audiences. So much so that there is still a popular confusion over whether the name Frankenstein applies to the crazed scientist that builds a ...
Education, as is so often said, is the passport to the future. And in this case, the future holds six episodes of a new comedy show set in a British secondary school and starring David Walliams, Catherine Tate and a small, but ...
By staff | Posted on July 25th, 2013
They’ve barely had a chance to catch their breaths from last weekend’s San Diego Comic-Con, with their news-making panels for Orphan Black and Doctor Who. But BBC AMERICA went full speed ahead at their presentation today ...
One of the most interesting things that Doctor Who sometimes does with its lead actors is to take a performer that is principally known for comedic roles, then make them act against type.
Nashville, TN is aptly known as “Music City”. This music loving city has a nice offering of British stops and groups, a few musically inclined (not too surprisingly), check out 10 British Things About Nashville: