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A Career in Film, Captured in 500 Vignettes

Mr. Michell was known as a “touring filmmaker” — one who specialized in highly structured films, such as Chocolat, My Beautiful Laundrette and Notting Hill. He was known to divide audiences by meticulously formulating

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The incredible works of artists who use microscopes

Written by By Monica Arguello, CNN It’s hard to believe when photographing microscope images of babies, beautiful flowers, or curvy lobsters, but there is an incredible range of microscopes you can see through. There’s

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Stocks gain despite global trade tensions

By Colin Cieszynski , CNN Written by All around the world stocks were mixed Friday following a week filled with big central bank decisions and strong economic data. The S&P 500 managed a small

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Charles Sellers, rail expert, dies, aged 91

Charles Sellers, a historian who upset the postwar consensus by writing Against “the Roaring of Trains”, died on 4 April, having been given his papers from the university before he died. After completing a

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Fighter and Olympic coach Buckie Leach dies in car accident

(FoxNews.com) Buckie Leach, a big name in U.S. fencing for more than two decades, died Saturday in an auto accident while returning from a championship event in Mexico, according to multiple media reports. He