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Threatened Species DayThreatened Species Day by The Ovi Team
07 September 2018
September 7th. Threatened Species Day is a national day in Australia held each year on 7 September to commemorate the death of the last remaining Tasmanian tiger (also known as the thylacine) at Hobart Zoo in 1936. It is a time to reflect on what happened (Add a comment)
The Blitz beginsThe Blitz begins by The Ovi Team
07 September 2018
September 7th 1940; on this day in 1940, 300 German bombers raid London, in the first of 57 consecutive nights of bombing. This bombing "blitzkrieg" (lightning war) would continue until May 1941. (Add a comment)
Holy SparkHoly Spark by David Sparenberg
06 September 2018
There is a gentle sweetness to children. A life affirming goodness. A light at the core, in the heart of hearts, at center of the soul. (Add a comment)
The end of the summerThe end of the summer by Nikos Laios
06 September 2018
An ocean swell surges And the yellow sun melts On the blue horizon; (Add a comment)
Fraser Anning and the Smugness of Australian "Values"Fraser Anning and the Smugness of Australian "Values" by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
06 September 2018
Be wary of the self-satisfied and morally soothed. The complacent have a habit of giving the game away, glorifying themselves in satisfied satiation. (Add a comment)
Berserk Alert! #221Berserk Alert! #221 by Tony Zuvela
06 September 2018
Tony Zuvela and his view of the world around us in a constant berserk alert! (Add a comment)
Luciano PavarottiLuciano Pavarotti by The Ovi Team
06 September 2018
Luciano Pavarotti (October 12, 1935 - September 6, 2007) was an Italian tenor and one of the most popular contemporary vocal performers in the world of opera and across multiple musical genres. Known for his televised concerts, media appearances, and as (1 comment)
Diana's funeral Diana's funeral by The Ovi Team
06 September 2018
September 6th 1997; Britain and the world have said farewell to Diana, Princess of Wales, at the end of an unprecedented week of mourning. A four mile procession brought her coffin to Westminster Abbey, where politicians and celebrities joined the Royal F (Add a comment)
Candle in the WindCandle in the Wind by The Ovi Team
06 September 2018
September 6th 1997. "The people's princess" was the label Great Britain's newly elected Prime Minister Tony Blair chose to use in describing the late Princess Diana in his first public statement following her death. It was a sensitive and understated (Add a comment)
The Carnival of Homelessness: How the Filthy Rich ReactThe Carnival of Homelessness: How the Filthy Rich React by Dr. Binoy Kampmark
05 September 2018
An aggressive sign of an affluent society can usually be gauged by its invidious misuse of its privilege. Poverty is deemed necessary, and the rich must try to understand it. (Add a comment)
Getting OlderGetting Older by Jan Sand
05 September 2018
Clocks unceasing in their stomp on minutes Crushes past into fragrancies of memories, Stains, sometimes rather bloody, on that long wall of time (Add a comment)
Eureka: 6 reasons Jews from Arab states moved to IsraelEureka: 6 reasons Jews from Arab states moved to Israel by Akli Hadid
05 September 2018
In the 1950s there were about 1 million Jews living in Arab and Muslim states in the Middle East. Today, there are less than 10,000. (Add a comment)
Chicken GymsChicken Gyms by Paul Woods
05 September 2018
Originally from Port Macquarie, Australia, Paul Woods is a Cartoonist and Illustrator based in South London who also plays drums, works as a Cameraman and likes bad horror films. (Add a comment)
On the RoadOn the Road by The Ovi Team
05 September 2018
September 5th 1957; one of the first novels of the Beat movement of the 1950s, On the Road, by Jack Kerouac, is published on this day in 1957. The novel chronicles the cross-country wanderings of a Kerouac-like hero, Sal Paradise, and his pal Dean Moriart (Add a comment)
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