Issue 173: 2018 10 11: This Week’s Mysteries

11 October 2018 This Week’s Mysteries A multiple-choice quiz. By Neil Tidmarsh Sherlock Holmes, Hercule Poirot and Jane Marple were overwhelmed this week.  So much mystery, so many puzzles.  Holmes fiddled away so furiously on his violin that it burst into flames, Poirot twiddled his moustaches so violently that they came off in his hands,… Continue reading Issue 173: 2018 10 11: This Week’s Mysteries

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Issue 173: 2018 10 11: Rough Lines

11 October 2018 Rough Lines                                       Time For A New Train Set. by J R Thomas   “Due to planned engineering works, there is no escalator service at Brixton.  Passengers requiring assistance should alight at other stations.”  “The Central Line is closed due to strike action.  There are no trains on the Victoria line beyond… Continue reading Issue 173: 2018 10 11: Rough Lines

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Issue 173: 2018 10 11: Magic Realism

Suicide 1916 George Grosz 1893-1959 Purchased with assistance from the Art Fund 1976 http://www.tate.org.uk/art/work/T02053

11 October 2018 Magic Realism Art in Weimar Germany 1919-1933 Tate Modern, until 14 July 2019 (Free) Reviewed by William Morton The term ‘Magic Realism’ was coined in 1925 by a German artist and critic, Frank Roh, to describe a shift towards bleak realism combined with disturbing images in art produced in Germany after the… Continue reading Issue 173: 2018 10 11: Magic Realism

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Issue 173: 2018 10 11: Crossword

04 October 2018 Crossword By Boffles Crossword No 173 Click for this Week’s interactive online crossword   Click for a printable version of this Week’s crossword   Click for the solution to crossword, No 172   Share this using…FacebookTwitterLinkedinemail

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