Veronika always makes a case for the sneaker at fashion week.
Joe Root also of Yorkshire and now England's rising cricket star, currently vice-captain of England, was born and raised in Dore.
How do you judge if an intervention is effective when you hear about it in the media? Perhaps you tot up the balance of opinions. Perhaps you do it unconsciously.
Research for the book Cubans’ Lives: Voices from the Revolution was funded by the Ford Foundation and the Swedish International Development Agency (Sida), under the auspices of the project Memories of the Cuban Revolution. The Arts and Humanities Research Council (AHRC) provided funding to write the book.
Brinkburn Grange was built in 1883 by Thomas B. Matthews. The land was part of Bradway Mill and Matthews was director of Turton Brothers & Matthews, a Sheffield steel, file and spring makers. The mill dam was then used as an ornamental lake. The Grange was demolished in 1938.
The other day I was on the phone with my father, who I don’t call nearly enough (not calling enough is probably one of my biggest faults), and I...
Notable residents include Gary Megson, a former footballer and manager of Sheffield Wednesday F.C., Dave Bassett, former footballer and former manager of Southampton F.C., Watford F.C., Sheffield United and Nottingham Forest F.C., and Chris Waddle, former England International and player with Sheffield Wednesday football club.
So here’s quite a difference… The engagement ring. World, it’s time you know this… We frenchies are really too nice.
Here’s a video of the bloggers’ session at the totally excellent Convention On Modern Liberty a few weeks ago. My bit starts at 11min:10secs, and I speak in a crescendoingly impassioned manner in praise of chaotic puerile disseminated investigative journalism, this time in relation to the Dore “miracle cure for dyslexia” saga.
You know if you’ve read my blog for a while and you feel like you know me (which is totally true: you know me), and if you meet me you just want to start a conversation right away as if we were old friends?...
You probably know them better by their handles actually, Song of Style and Kat in NYC. They both grew fantastic audiences on Instagram through their photography and their science of sharing. Both of their work is completely different though. Aimee shares moments of her life, while Kat loves sophisticated portraits and rarely appears on her feed.
It can therefore be reasonably argued that Egbert became the first king of all England at Dore. A plaque commemorating the event was erected on the village green in 1968 by the Dore Village Society. The Old School was built in 1821 on the site of a previous school, on the right hand side was the teacher's accommodation. When Dore's new school was opened, the Old School was restored and opened as a community centre.
Christ Church Dore was built in 1829 and Dore became a separate parish in 1844. Dore remained a small village, having a population of just 500 in the 19th century, until it was annexed by Sheffield in 1933.
Elizabeth Dore is Professor in Latin American Studies. She is a modern Latin American historian known for her research on memory, class, gender, race and ethnicity in Central America, Cuba and Peru, and for theoretical analysis of development and underdevelopment. Her recent publications focus on historical memory, gender studies, and late capitalist development in Latin America.
Not too long ago I talked to you all about Juice Cleanses and some of you were were not too happy. “Garance, it’s not good for you!”...
The Dore Moor Inn in Dore Sheffield is a country pub oozing rural charm and rustic character. Our picturesque surroundings provide the perfect backdrop for savouring the hearty, seasonal pub-food on our menu, and the carefully nurtured cask ales and fine wines gracing our bar.
It’s fall! And we couldn’t be happier. Because fall weather means that instead of being forced to shed more layers of clothing than you felt was appropriate, we can pile them on until all that is left is your now-slightly-less-tan face peaking out from a turtleneck. And most importantly it means it’s time for our newest EDIT! A series we started two years ago with hopes to bring an editorial eye to our seasonal sartorial ambitions.
Schools in Dore include Dore Primary School, King Ecgbert School (secondary) and the Rowan Primary Special School.
Michael Dent, the only British player to have ever won the European Table Soccer (Sports table football) Championship, first learnt to play Subbuteo whilst a teenager living in Dore.
Whether you are planning dinner with friends or Sunday lunch with family, book a table online and enjoy some quality time with those you love the most.
She encourages applications to do postgraduate research under her supervision in oral history, memory studies and Cuban Studies and Central American history.
Michael Vaughan of Yorkshire County Cricket Club and former captain of the England cricket team, is a resident;
Abbeydale Park, a former county cricket ground for both Derbyshire and Yorkshire, lies just north of the suburb. Recently, Sheffield's Olympic gold medalist Jessica Ennis-Hill purchased a property in the village.
The Anglo-Saxon Chronicle contains the earliest written record of Dore, recording that in 827 (more likely 829) King Egbert of Wessex led his army to the village to receive the submission of King Eanred of Northumbria, thereby establishing his overlordship over the whole of Anglo-Saxon Britain:
At the Studio, we love Madewell! And we really love their collabs, like the one launching today — the company’s second one with French...
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Do you remember Melissa? I met her in the street in Paris (the number of amazing people I’ve met in the street, it’s pretty unbelievable)...
A paper mill was built on Avenue Farm in the 17th century, Joshua Tyzack converted the building into a scythe forge in 1839 and in 1881 built a large house next to the forge as a country retreat, his initials can be seen above the front door. In 1932 Dore's Parish council built a memorial commemorating the deaths of the First World War.
The name Dore derives from the same Old English root as door, signifying a 'gateway' or pass between two kingdoms. The Limb Brook, River Sheaf, and Meers Brook marked the boundary between the Anglo-Saxon kingdoms of Deira (later Northumbria) and Mercia.
Former Sheffield United manager (and Manchester United player) Bryan Robson owns a penthouse in the village of Dore.
Red! Rouge! Rosso! No matter how you say it – it evokes a bit of passion and power, particularly when worn on the lips. This week at NYFW, there were more interactive events than ever before, and Shiseido’s Marché Rouge Rouge may have been the most beautiful of them all!
Originally a coaching inn, the pub was built in 1816 when the Chapel-en-Le-Frith Turnpike road was first constructed. Its location brought in so many travellers looking to rest their horses that extensive stabling had to be added to the west of the inn. Originally called the Devonshire, The Dore Moor Inn was renamed in 1827 after the village of Dore in which it sits.
Prof Dore received a PhD from Columbia University in Latin American history. She has served on the editorial boards of NACLA's Report on the Americas and Latin American Perspectives. She has worked on the staff of and consulted for numerous NGO's including the Inter-American Foundation and the International Center for Research on Women.
Elizabeth Dore received two research fellowships for the academic year 2008-09 to complete the book Cubans’ Lives: Voices from the Revolution. From September 2008 to February 2009 she will hold a Research Fellowship from the Leverhulme Trust. From March-June 2009 she will be a Visiting Scholar at the David Rockefeller Center for Latin American Studies at Harvard University. (www.drclas.harvard.edu)
Professor Elizabeth Dore is an Emeritus Professor of Modern Languages at the University of Southampton.
Her current research project focuses on Cubans' memories of life in the revolution. The project, carried out by a team of Cuban and British scholars under the direction of Prof Dore, has collected more than one hundred in-depth life history interviews, drawn from a cross-section of men and women throughout the island. For further information visit the project website (www.soton.ac.uk/cuban-oral-history).
Elizabeth Dore's courses analyse Historical Memory; the Cuban Revolution; socialism; gender studies, class, ethnicity, and race in modern Latin America.
Originally a coaching inn, The Dore Moor Inn is a substantial stone-built pub, sitting on the fringe of Sheffield and the Peak District. The area offers rich history, and the best of town and country.
Former England footballer and Captain, the late Emlyn Hughes, lived in the village.
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