Oxford Marks Holocaust Memorial Day
This month Keble College will hold its 12th Holocaust Memorial Day service, which welcomes the sounds of both Keble College Choir and that of the Oxford Jewish Congregation, OxfordShir. The latter is named for the Hebrew word for song, Shir. “It seems to work,” conductor John Dunston says warmly of the wordplay. He and I are both guests of Nevsky Everett, Chaplain at Keble.
Spiders are not the most loved creatures in the world. I get it, they can be deadly, creepy and at times just downright ugly but when I saw a picture of Britain’s rarest spider – the ladybird spider – I felt a desperate need to help arachnids everywhere with a bit of a re-branding exercise.
On the countdown to Christmas, many of us are still searching for the perfect gift for a close friend or relative. Amanda shares her own ultimate gift list, full of great ideas to help you spoil your loved ones this festive season.
Even if the full Kim is inconceivable to your taste or preference, her look has proved curiously pervasive and I’m willing to bet that there will be some element which will have wormed its way into your subconscious
Where The Grass Is Greener
Every so often, everyone should take the time to reassess one’s place in life and consider where one would like to go next
“An Everlasting Difference”
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The Best of Deddington
From pies to fine views, via flowers, antiques and real ales, here are OX Magazine’s best-loved Deddington staples...
When it was announced that Shane Black was writing and directing (co-written with Fred Dekker) the latest instalment in the Predator franchise, fan anticipation went into fever-pitch...
The Accidental Texan
As an ICU nurse I’ve learned to remain calm in intense or even scary situations... Not in this situation. I shot out of bed naked, screaming, “GET OUT!” while jumping up and down on one leg crying... obviously one of the finer moments of my life.