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Conversations About Her

Hillary And Chelsea Clinton Team Up To Write ‘The Book Of Gutsy Women’ | Arts

  Hillary Clinton and her daughter, Chelsea, have written a new book together titled The Book of Gutsy Women: Favorite Stories Of Courage And Resilience due out on October 1, from Simon & Schuster.   In this book, they have profiled over 100 groundbreaking women, talking about their history and how they have, in their way, changed the world.  […]

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Julie Andrews To Take Centre Stage At One-Off London Event | Arts

  Julie Andrews will recount the highs and lows of her career during a one-off live event in London later this year.   A Conversation with Dame Julie Andrews will see the 83-year-old discuss her upcoming memoir, Home Work: A Memoir of My Hollywood Years, with actor Alex Jennings.   Jennings is a three-time Olivier Award-winning actor who has worked[…]

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‘Mrs Lowry & Son’ To Premiere At Salford’s Lowry Theatre | Arts

  The Lowry arts centre in Salford will host a special Gala Premiere of Mrs Lowry & Son before the film’s official release.   The film stars Timothy Spall as world-renowned artist LS Lowry and Vanessa Redgrave as his mother Elizabeth. It depicts the complicated relationship between the two in 1930s Salford where they lived together at 117 Station Road,[…]

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‘Inspector Montalbano’ Author Andrea Camilleri Dies Aged 93 | Arts

  Sicilian author Andrea Camilleri has died aged 93, a month after suffering a heart attack.   He was best known for his detective novels featuring inspector Salvo Montalbano, set in the fictional town of Vigàta and published between 1994 and 2018.   They sold 25 million copies and the stories were adapted into a TV show in his native[…]

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Musée Du Louvre Removes Sackler Family Name From Its Galleries | Arts

  Weeks after the activist group P.A.I.N. protested outside the museum, the Louvre in Paris has become the first major museum to remove the Sackler family name from its walls.   The Sackler family was known as an art philanthropist billionaire family and they had donated a whole collection of Persian and Levantine Antiquities to the museum in the 90’s.[…]

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