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President Nixon to resign from officePresident Nixon to resign from office by The Ovi Team
08 August 2017
August 8th 1974; Richard Nixon has announced he is stepping down as president of the United States - the first man ever to do so. He has announced his departure in the face of an imminent impeachment trial - and possible removal from office - over the Wat (Add a comment)
Keats returnsKeats returns by The Ovi Team
08 August 2017
August 8th 1818; on this day, 22-year-old John Keats returns from a strenuous walking tour of the Lake Districts and Scotland with friends. On the tour, he begins to show symptoms of the tuberculosis that will kill him within three years. (1 comment)
Boris Johnson in AustraliaBoris Johnson in Australia by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
07 August 2017
To hear Boris Johnson, current Foreign Secretary of the United Kingdom, is to be subjected to the capsuled calls of another kingdom. That kingdom is often a past, where there was glory, and patriots could say they did it for England. Reality is emptied (Add a comment)
Ballina Ballina by Nikos Laios
07 August 2017
I waited on the Side of the road lying In a body bag next To the dead children; (Add a comment)
A blog with a cat: Make this Apartment Great AgainA blog with a cat: Make this Apartment Great Again by Ovi Magazine Guest
07 August 2017
Today I woke up in the middle of the night – as usual – hungry and thirsty, as usual. But ready for action. Checked for a fox but I needed a mouse. (Add a comment)
A week (31.07-06.08) in Review all in ...GreekA week (31.07-06.08) in Review all in ...Greek by George Kalatzis
07 August 2017
George Kalatzis reviews last week's news and events all ...in Greek - Ανωκατωσκόπηση εβδομάδας 31/07 - 06/08/2017 (Add a comment)
Arthur Miller cleared of contemptArthur Miller cleared of contempt by The Ovi Team
07 August 2017
August 7th 1958; Washington's Court of Appeals has quashed playwright Arthur Miller's conviction for contempt of Congress after a two-year legal battle. In May the year before, a judge convicted Mr Miller for refusing to tell the House of Un-American Ac (Add a comment)
Henry Fielding leaves London for LisbonHenry Fielding leaves London for Lisbon by The Ovi Team
07 August 2017
August 7th; on this day in 1754, novelist Henry Fielding leaves London for Lisbon seeking a healthier climate. Fielding had suffered from ill health for some time, but his trip to Lisbon fails to ease his condition. He dies there two months later. Fieldin (Add a comment)
That summerThat summer by Abigail George
06 August 2017
'Let's go out tonight. My treat, Ingrid.' Amanda said, with palpable excitement in her voice. (Add a comment)
Reviving the Cult of Princess DianaReviving the Cult of Princess Diana by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
06 August 2017
There is no rational explanation for this, even after searching for the coded meanings culture throws up. A not very bright, propelled on a wave of the pre-Kardashian phenomenon of celebrity for its own meaning; a youthful flower, gathered by the Grim Re (1 comment)
Horse made of glass - Part 12Horse made of glass - Part 12 by Katerina Charisi
06 August 2017
...She saw the hand rising behind the blur in her eyes and waited for it. But the hand fell and she heard the hollow sound when it hit his own lap and when she opened her eyes he was gone. She heard the door slamming and the w (Add a comment)
Isaac HayesIsaac Hayes by The Ovi Team
06 August 2017
August 6th 1942; on this day Isaac Hayes born. A significant force in popular culture from the mid-1960s until his death in 2008, Isaac Hayes was born in Covington, Tennessee on this day in 1942. (Add a comment)
Enola GayEnola Gay by The Ovi Team
06 August 2017
August 6th 1945; the American B-29 bomber, known as the Enola Gay, dropped the first atomic bomb on an inhabited area. The bomb named "Little Boy" was dropped over the centre of Hiroshima, Japan. An estimated 140,000 people were killed. And nobody knows (Add a comment)
The Caligula Presidency: a Weekly Ovi Column - Week 8The Caligula Presidency: a Weekly Ovi Column - Week 8 by Dr. Emanuel Paparella
05 August 2017
The eighth installment of a weekly Ovi column dubbed "The Caligula Presidency" This week on tax reforms, health, Pinocchio's nose, economy, Russia's probe and Inspector Clouseau, Noam Chomsky and the environment, government by twitter (Add a comment)
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