If you really want to experience the Tinkerbell-like effects of this traditional "muse of artists," read Jad Adams's book, Hideous Absinthe: A History of the Devil in a Bottle (University of Wisconsin Press, $24.95), then pour yourself into a bona fide absinthe bar: Try Literarni Kavarna (Salmovska 16) in Prague, Bar Marsella (Carrer de Sant Pau 65) in Barcelona, or the oh-so-queer Angels Cafe Bar (131 Hurst St.) in Birmingham, England
. Have them serve it in the traditional manner, poured over a sugar cube on a slotted spoon into a glass of water.
But the author, lecturer in New Testament at the University of Birmingham, England
, is up to the task.
Affixed to a downtown Toronto bench, legendary pianist Glenn Gould attends Kristan's blather; from his stone step perch in Birmingham, England
, an unidentified male figure in nineteenth-century garb casts his gaze on the gesticulations of Reuben; beloved Canadian actor Al Waxman, feet planted between two Toronto park benches, communes with Brad.
A deployable intrusion system featuring an invisible electromagnetic detection zone along a perimeter was on display at a recent trade show in Birmingham, England
Safety Technology International, Inc., of Waterford, Michigan, and Birmingham, England
, has expanded its line of standard and custom pushbuttons with the Stopper Station Key-to-Reset Mushroom Button (SS2402).
The Adolph Coors Company has announced the sale of property related to the former Cape Hill brewery in Birmingham, England
. The company said that the sale was part of its plan to convert non-core assets to cash and accelerate debt repayments.
Those wishing to communicate with the airline's administrators are being told to contact Duo Airways, 2245 Coventry Road, Birmingham, England
B26 3NG, telephone +44 121 743-9090.
Campaigners are gathering in Birmingham, England
, five years after the 1998 summit of the world's leading industrialized nations in that city, to proclaim that the world's richest countries are still failing to honour their promises to help the heavily indebted poorest.
It captures with visceral detail Birmingham, England
, in 1973 by following the lives of two families: the Trotters (Sheila, Colin and their three children, Lois, Benjamin, and Paul) and the Andertons (Bill, Irene, and their son Doug).
LSSi Corp., a developer and operator of directory databases of telephone listings, has announced that its new Redditch gateway in Birmingham, England
, has begun service.
The conference and exhibition will take place March 26-27, 2003, at the National Exhibition Centre (NEC) in Birmingham, England
25-28: Turfgrass Producers International Conference, Birmingham, England
. Contact 847/705-9898 or visit www.TurfGrasssod.org.