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Shortbread for St. Patrick's Day

...often thought of as a food originating in Scotland, shortbread has actually been a baking staple over the whole of the British Isles for centuries, including Ireland. Early versions started out as dry, hard rusk-like "biscuits" that evolved...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/arts-entertainment/food/2014-03-11
Food
Aquarium plant threatens Peninsula waterways

...perennial plant is native to much of North America south of mid-BC, Canada, and has naturalized in many places in the British Isles, where it is a problem. Canadian waterweed is closely related to western waterweed (Elodea nuttallii), a native...

http://peninsulaclarion.com/outdoors/2012-09-13
Outdoors
Wuthering Heights

Opens Friday, Nov 11, 2011 Synopsis: Although there have been several British TV adaptations of Emily Bronte's gothic romance Wuthering Heights, this five-part 1978 version is the one regarded as being the most faithful to the original novel. In covering the star-crossed romance between the headstrong Cathy (Kay Adshead) and wild gypsy boy Heathcliff (Ken Hutchinson), this adaptation did not (as have so many others) end with Cathy's death, but instead carried over the story into the next generation, wherein the vengeful Heathcliff continued to wage his private war of retribution against the people whom he felt had wronged him. Irish playwright Hugh Leonard handled the adaptation, deftly juggling the many characters and subplots without the slightest sense of strain. Wuthering Heights was originally beamed out to the British Isles from September 24 to October 22, 1978. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi Cast: Kay Adshead, Ken Hutchison, David Robb, Caroline Langrishe, Grant Bardsley Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review

Wuthering Heights

Opens Friday, Nov 11, 2011 Synopsis: Although there have been several British TV adaptations of Emily Bronte's gothic romance Wuthering Heights, this five-part 1978 version is the one regarded as being the most faithful to the original novel. In covering the star-crossed romance between the headstrong Cathy (Kay Adshead) and wild gypsy boy Heathcliff (Ken Hutchinson), this adaptation did not (as have so many others) end with Cathy's death, but instead carried over the story into the next generation, wherein the vengeful Heathcliff continued to wage his private war of retribution against the people whom he felt had wronged him. Irish playwright Hugh Leonard handled the adaptation, deftly juggling the many characters and subplots without the slightest sense of strain. Wuthering Heights was originally beamed out to the British Isles from September 24 to October 22, 1978. ~ Hal Erickson, Rovi Cast: Kay Adshead, Ken Hutchison, David Robb, Caroline Langrishe, Grant Bardsley Movie Details Buy Tickets Movie Review

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