Monthly Archives: February 2007

Ace of what…

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Karaoke

Karaoke Originally uploaded by Andrew K Brown. Those who were with me at the karaoke bar last night learnt: I can’t carry a tune; That doesn’t stop me hogging the mic; and I can murder Ace of Spades with the … Continue reading

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Why are they after the worst?

News Shopper wants to know which road tops your list as the worst in south east London and north Kent. At this early stage it seems to be the A2 which is catching the poor hard done by drivers imagination. … Continue reading

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After the drought

Last year I didn’t buy all that much music, but it looks like this year I may start to make up for it. So far this year the Internet has brought me a number of really good CDs.    And … Continue reading

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Public involvement in managing public space

The Commission for Architecture and the Built Environment have published a guide for community groups that are working to improve public spaces.  The idea behind he document seems to be to help groups think about what they can do and … Continue reading

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Teenage conceptions and deprivation

Accoding to this paper, which looks at the link between teenage conceptions and deprivation, in 2004: the most deprived 20 per cent of local authorities in England had, on average, an under 18 conception rate of 56 conceptions per 1,000 … Continue reading

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Roast Lamb

Roast Lamb Originally uploaded by Andrew K Brown. I used a Nigel Slater recipe where you pierce the skin and put slithers of garlic and rosemary in, rub the meat in olive oil and then stick in directly onto a … Continue reading

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