Christian Science Monitor
Clara Schumann, sassy Victorian pianist, gets Google Doodle honor
Los Angeles Times
Clara Schumann might not be a household name today, but in her heyday she was the toast of Europe — known as the "Priestess" and the "Queen of the Piano." This explains why she's honored with Thursday's benchmark of cultural relevancy: A Google …
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Bill Nighy has been talking about poverty in London, specifically, how much of it there is. Apparently there’s loads. Living in Belgravia, the worst all of us at HM see is the occasional cigar-damaged butler, so we wouldn’t really know anything about that, or care, come to think of it. But you know these celebrities, always finding something to do in between photography magazine sessions and visits to Gambia!
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