PUBLISHED: 16:04 10 August 2019 Steve Russell Scallop. Maggi Hamblings sculptural tribute to Benjamin Britten is effectively seaside Marmite Picture: Allison Balaam/citizenside.com (c) copyright citizenside.com From a cinema with personality to the legendary 'eat your fish and chips by the sea' experience, it's surely got the lot Aldeburgh CinemaMultiplexes are fun, but independent cinemas are to treasure. Aldeburgh Cinema has had ups and downs over the decades, but passion fuels this community enterprise and has enabled it to show films continuously since 1919.It offers mainstream and niche movies. Its documentary festival is 25 this year, and the cinema is 100. Help it celebrate.Aldeburgh MuseumThere are museums and then there are museums - Aldeburgh's definitely the latter. Its home, the timber-framed Tudor Moot Hall, is the show-offy symbol of a prosperous age. In the 1500s the ground floor was home to a handful of shops. There was a cell for … [Read more...] about What do you love most about Aldeburgh?
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“This Old House,’’ which began chronicling home renovations in 1979, was one of the first such shows to air on national television and arguably helped create the DIY nation we all live in. “It’s like cooking,’’ said Vila, who is now 73 and spends his time sitting on the boards of various nonprofits, living mostly in Palm Beach, Fla., and occasionally on the Upper East Side and Martha’s Vineyard. Say you want to rip out your bathroom linoleum and replace it with ceramic tile. First, maybe you get inspiration from TV; next, you binge a bunch of random YouTube videos or find a how-to video on ThisOldHouse.com or Vila’s website, BobVila.com. Armed with your shopping list, you head to the store, get your ingredients, come home, and lose a weekend laying a floor. “At the end of the project, you’re a hero,’’ Vila said. Four decades after Vila and the rest of the original “This Old House’’ crew … [Read more...] about ‘This Old House,’ a pioneer in HGTV, turns 40
Sandra G. Boodman, The Washington Post Published 10:03 am PDT, Saturday, April 20, 2019 Kimberly Ho, a newly minted nurse at Children's National Medical Center just off a 12-hour overnight shift, struggled to focus on a presentation about working with sexually traumatized children and adolescents. As the picture of a skin infection flashed on the screen, the 22-year-old snapped to attention. The instructor was recounting the story of a teenage patient who had been given an incorrect diagnosis by a doctor in training - a breach of hospital protocol that had caused an uproar. The lecture, aimed at new staff members, emphasized the importance of working within the chain of command. The girl's actual diagnosis was largely beside the point - except to Ho. "I thought, 'Whoa, that looks a lot like my mom,' " Ho said she remembers thinking as she typed the name of the disease into her phone. For more than two years Ho's mother, Tuyet Le, now 56, had been battling a series of … [Read more...] about For three years her skin ulcers and pain would flare, then vanish, stumping doctors. Her daughter, a nurse, finally figured it out.
PARADISE, Calif. — The sky was turning orange and the embers were flying from the Camp Fire when Oney and Donna Carrell and Donna's father sped away from their Paradise home. "I thought, 'Oh, well, the house is done,'" Oney Carrell said. A few days later, they learned otherwise. The Carrells' home survived the deadliest and most destructive wildfire in California history with a couple of warped window frames, a partially charred down spout and a stubborn smoky smell inside. Most of their neighborhood was destroyed. A guest house in their backyard, where Donna's father lived, was reduced to ashes, along with a couple of sheds. Yet their beautifully restored 1940 Studebaker sat untouched in the garage. The arc of destruction the Camp Fire carved through Paradise was seemingly random: Why were some houses saved and others incinerated? As millions of Californians brace for another wildfire season, a McClatchy analysis of fire and property records shows the answer might be found in … [Read more...] about When will a house burn? It may depend on when it was built
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