Without a real hit record to their name, the creative force behind Stavely Makepeace, namely Rob Woodward (vocals, piano) and Nigel Fletcher (drums) liked the idea of an off-shoot
band based around two pianos, drums and bass.
Far out Cantonwards, as far as the tramlines go, to the confines of Ely, there stands a cluster of new streets - Daisy Street, Ethel Street, Ivy Street and Conybeare Road, and numerous off-shoots
from the main road at the tram terminus, Clive Road.
The shortlist for the Orange Award for New Writers, an off-shoot
of the Orange Prize for Fiction, has been announced and it includes British author Naomi Alderman.
He said the war in Iraq "is making billions of dollars for the big corporations, whether it be those who manufacture weapons or reconstruction firms like Halliburton and its off-shoot
of the program is called "Meet Gay Copenhagen.
of national carrier Singapore Airlines, Tiger Airways will operate from Singapore's Changi Airport.
Now living on a farm in Whitley Bay, three decades ago Dave was best known as a member of the Bowie off-shoot
, Spiders From Mars.
The 20cl red bottles are the junior off-shoot
of Piper-Heidsieck champagne and have made their mark in the on-trade in the past year.
100 stores have opened their doors on Prince Street, a new off-shoot
of SoHo, among them Ralph Lauren, Levi, and Simeon Morrison.
Upon hearing the news, Elissa Steamer put in her two weeks to ride for the newly conceived, highly secretive Baker off-shoot
Bootleg Boards, whose other team riders are rumored to be recent Zero quitter Alex "Trainwreck" Gall, IE hot shoe Anthony Mosely, Euro-exile Ali Boulala and OG Warner Mobster Shane Heyl.
As Davies tells us in the very first paragraph, he was the inaugural editor of Nature Genetics, an off-shoot
of the prestigious British science journal Nature.
This contribution to Renaissance art history concerns the painted decoration of the small library of the rather obscure Abbey at Praglia, an off-shoot
of the better known Benedictine Cassinese house at S.