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Reggae + Passion = Brighton

Brighton is a seaside resort on the south coast of England, located 47 miles south of London. Archaeological evidence of settlement in the area dates back to the Bronze Age, Rome and Anglo-Saxon periods. The area underwent various stages of development throughout the centuries, eventually becoming a fashionable seaside resort in the Georgian era, encouraged by the patronage of the Prince

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Real Talk For Real Teachers & The Invisible Gorilla

The latest edition of Life Elsewhere was prompted by two occurrences that happen to be interconnected. First, as parents and teachers prepare for the rigors and rituals of children returning to school after the summer recess, Norman B talks with Rafe Esquith, who documents his 30-plus years of teaching experience in “Real Talk for Real Teachers”. Then, with education in mind, Christopher Chabris, co-author of

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The Hit That Never Was

The latest Hit That Never Was features the great Dennis Brown, the sadly departed reggae artist, Brown was loved by his legions of fans, including Bob Marley who dubbed him the “Crown Prince of Reggae“. Dennis Brown had a prolific career which began in the late 1960’s when he was aged eleven. Brown recorded more than 75 albums and was one of the major stars of Lovers Rock, a sub-genre of

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Good Books. Great Guests.

                        The Life Elsewhere Summer Reading Special with a distinguished panel of experts: David Ulin, book critic of The Los Angels Times; Mark Haskell Smith, author of five novels,  Moist, Delicious,Salty, Baked, and Raw: A Love Storyand the non-fiction book Heart of Dankness: Underground Botanists, Outlaw Farmers, and the Race for the Cannabis Cup; David Zweig, writer, lecturer and musician, his first non-fiction book Invisibles: The Power of

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