Sentencing for Murderer of Rare Book Dealer

Sentencing for Murderer of Rare Book Dealer

This past week, on Monday, Oct. 24, 2016, a judge with the Oxford Crown Court in the United Kingdom sentenced Michael Danaher to life in prison for murdering rare book dealer, Adrian Greenwood. The purpose of the crime was to steal a rare first edition of the book, “The Wind in the Willows.” Danaher argued […]

Paris Museums Move Art to Safety From Seine

Paris Museums Move Art to Safety From Seine

As the Nazis approached, the Louvre Museum famously evacuated its valuable treasures out of harms way. Now, the Lourve and Musée d’Orsay have spent the past 24 plus hours trying to move the art from the Paris museums’ galleries and storage spaces to safety ahead of a different threat, the Seine River, which is at its […]

Reading Aloud Is Not for Everyone

Reading Aloud Is Not for Everyone

Reading aloud is an old and popular practice long advocated by both writers and teachers to revise a written piece of work, according to the University of Massachusetts. Interestingly, it is still widely considered a childlike activity; often reminiscent of elementary school days when the teachers used to ask the students to read an entire lesson or […]

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