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On our first day of hiking, we skirted the southern shore of Loch Hourn, a steep fjord-like body of water that stretches like a witch’s finger between the Glenelg and Knoydart peninsulas. The route followed the edges of the loch shore – it was mostly rocky and easy to discern, but often collapsed into a …

Poison is putting a real thorn in their touring plans after The Stadium Tour wraps up in September. Although the 80s hair metal act saw a real rise in exposure from the massive national trek, appearing nightly alongside headliners Def Leppard and Motley Crue, it might still be three years away. before we can see …

Originally built in 1841 as the country residence of a Victorian gentleman, Augill Castle is described as a “truly magical estate set in the most picturesque part of England’s national parks”. Located in Cumbria’s Eden Valley, the castle has been owned and operated by Simon and Wendy Bennett for 25 years. Originally purchased in 1997 …

This Shostakovich concert – performed by the Mahler Youth Orchestra conducted by Teodor Currentzis – was about as traditional as the Spiritual Overture has been this year, with the exception of Handel’s “Messiah”, conducted by Jordi Savall but with smaller and clearer forces than usual. and at the Kollegienkirche with less than 400 seats. In …

Scene from the last cyclist. Photo by Alexander Jorgensen. A play created by Jewish prisoners in a Nazi concentration camp has never been performed there, but next August viewers in New York will be able to catch it on two evenings airing only on THIRTEEN, the metropolitan city’s PBS station. from New York. Region. Close-up …

Not so long ago, Kal Marks sort of broke up. After a decade together, the three members of Boston’s post-hardcore band have wrapped up and gone their separate ways. What if the last document left by the band to seal the band’s legacy was that of 2018 Universal care, furious and explosive album of loud …