Monday, January 27, 2014

Six of the Best 416

"Is Liberal Democrat blogging dying, becoming more 'concentrated', or simply less fashionable?" asks The View from Creeting St Peter.

A Scottish Liberal mourns the death of John Farquhar Munro: "A keen sailor, a fisherman and a Gaelic speaker, he was an ideal Highland MSP. A passion for such issues as land reform, crofting, ending tolls on the Skye bridge made him an authentic voice for Highland interests in Holyrood."

Mark Pack has been reading some old copies of Liberator. His reflections on them for Liberal Democrat Voice have led to a spirited debate.

Over 100,000 high resolution images including manuscripts, paintings, etchings, early photography and advertisements have been made freely available by the Wellcome Library.

Spitalfields Life visits Bancroft Road Jewish Cemetery in Mile End: "Neglected for over a century now, this was the cemetery for the congregation of Maiden Lane Synagogue in Covent Garden from 1811, where more than five hundred souls rest peacefully."

A1 on the Jukebox remembers seeing Dr Feelgood on Canvey Island in January 1994 - Lee Brilleaux's last show.

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