There’s a fearsome female taking the underground horror fiction scene by storm, and rumor has it she is quite the force. She conquers with the might of a demigoddess and endures long after her opponents have faded into time and

Introduction Alick Bartholomew, author of The Spiritual Life of Water, describes four geologic periods when forests thrived on this planet. The first was the Carboniferous, 350 million years ago, when land vertebrates established. The second was the Jurassic, 170 million years

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The UK Government just released a report that looks at the quality of different types of schools in Lagos Nigeria. The government wanted to know how our schools compare to others. It’s an important subject because international policy makers need

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Imagine you lived in a house with 100 people. Or, to be more precise, with 25 children, 66 mid-aged adults, 9 senior citizens

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An independent filmmaker's life is challenging and this is how I became one. I was in my last year of the film school when I told one of my tutors that I was only interested in following in the footsteps

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