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Manchester's Dot to Dot Festival announces 2019 line up 

Manchester Evening News
Crystal Fighters, Jordan Rakei and Swim Deep are among this year's acts... read more

Pakistan CLOSES its airspace after 'Indian jets shot down' 

Birmingham Mail
It was not immediately clear whether flights to the region from Birmingham Airport were affected.... read more

Dorothea Tanning review: This artist is the surreal deal 

Evening Standard
Dorothea Tanning was an American Surrealist who died in 2012 at the age of 101. Was she a minnow in a big sea or an important voyager? It's easy to mix her up with the English Surrealist Leonora Carrington, who, like Tanning, had an intense relationship with Max Ernst, a big-fish Surrealist. Carrington's relationship with him ended in the 1930s and Tanning married him in 1946. He was first introduced to her at her studio in New York, where her...... read more

California district stalls West drought plan over lake money 

Associated Press
Work on a multistate plan to address drought on the Colorado River in the U.S. West won't be done to meet a Monday federal deadline. ... read more

Dennis Quaid Reacts to Ex Meg Ryan, John Mellencamp's Engagement 

US Weekly
Wishing them the best! Dennis Quaid had nothing but nice things to say about his ex-wife Meg Ryan's recent engagement to John Mellencamp ... read more

KPMG faces £4m fine over Co-op Bank 

Sky News
The audit regulator is preparing to fine KPMG millions of pounds for its work supervising the accounts of the Co-operative Bank, bringing a five-year probe to a close.... read more

Why Bristol City boss Lee Johnson will miss the game against Birmingham City 

Birmingham Mail
Lee Johnson will not be on the touchline for Blues' visit to Ashton gate on Tuesday... read more

In the era of 'the hustle,' hobbies have to pay 

If it doesn't contribute to your brand or your bank account, what's the point?... read more

WH warns Maduro as Venezuela orders partial closure of border with Colombia 

The Hill
The White House warned Venezuelan leader Nicolas Maduro on Friday that any "egregious" human rights violations by troops under his government's command would not "go unpunished" as Maduro's forces seek to keep foreign aid out of the country.... read more

The Chase fans stunned as Bradley Walsh issues scathing swipe at rivals Pointless and Tipping Point 

Birmingham Mail
Fans of the popular ITV1 quiz show, which airs Monday to Friday and is widely watched by Brummies, were left open-mouthed... read more

Elizabethan Treasures - Miniatures by Hilliard and Oliver review: Exquisite talent from two great players 

Evening Standard
There was one genre at which an English artist could hold his own with his Continental peers in the Renaissance, and that was the Lilliputian art of miniatures, "the countenance in small". On two or three inches of calfskin glued onto a playing card, two limners - miniaturists - Nicholas Hilliard and his one-time apprentice, Isaac Oliver, created portraits of a sophistication and psychological insight that matched some of the great Continental...... read more

This is why fast food always looks better in commercials 

Reader's Digest
The sad-looking food you sometimes get in the restaurant may not look as appetizing, but it actually tastes better.... read more

In the new Malaysia, signs of an older, uglier politics 

In a swanky shopping mall underneath Kuala Lumpur's iconic Petronas Towers, a traditional Chinese lion dance is attracting a crowd of delighted shoppers.... read more

9/11 fund running out of money 

ABC News
<p>The compensation fund for victims of 9/11 is running out of money and will cut future payments by 50 to 70 per cent, officials have revealed.</p>... read more

Ministry of Sound: Everything you need to know about the London club 

Evening Standard
Just as the 90s were coming into view, Justin Berkmann returned to London from New York, alive with the vision of bringing a new type of club to the capital. He had become enraptured by Paradise Garage, the legendary, now-extinct club that had dominated the Big Apple's dance music scene through the 80s. Over here, he wanted to create his own version of that - a cavernous space that put its focus solely on the music. Berkmann roamed the city to...... read more

Roman Catholic dioceses in NJ announce victims compensation funds 

HARRISBURG, Pa. - The Roman Catholic dioceses in New Jersey, some reeling from their own clergy abuse scandals, announced plans on Monday to establish a unified victims compensation fund aimed at providing money to some people who were abused by clergy members as children.&nbsp;... read more
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