Tuesday, 1 May 2012

Post 101

Portsmouth Point blog has just passed what we hope will be the first of many important milestones. Mr Priory’s post on his romance with the sea was our 100th blog post. Reaching this milestone would not have  been possible if it was not for the many contributors to the blog who have written such a wonderful range of articles, reviews and reflections.

For this 101st post, I thought I would highlight just a few of the editor's favorite articles from the blog's first century; it has been a tough choice:

Recently Michael Roderick has written an article about why the Government's policy on drinking is essentially hypocritical: http://portsmouthpoint.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/against-fanatics.html

During the Republican Presidential primary season Will Wallace wrote a politically obituary for Rick Santorum: 

Over Easter Madi Barker looked at different depictions of the scene after Jesus' resurrection in art: 

Zoe Dukoff-Gordon wrote about Jamie Oliver giving pupils a second chance:

Siena Hocking thought about the difference between cultures, while over The Channel:

Lucy Cole wrote on the breathtaking beauty of Granada:

Max Jewell wrote a series of posts on his 10 favorite films:

George Hope and I debated the Governments plans to legalize same-sex marriage: 
Daniel Rollins against same-sex marriage: http://portsmouthpoint.blogspot.co.uk/2012/03/same-sex-marriage-undemocratic.html

Louisa Stark wrote an appreciation of the art of Lucian Freud:

Claire Stephens questioned the exam system: http://portsmouthpoint.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/what-is-point-of-exams.html

Special thanks to George Neame for his weekly album reviews and most recently his post on music and emotions: http://portsmouthpoint.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/mind-over-music.html and to George Laver for his biweekly commentaries at Portsmouth Point Poetry (the most recent being http://portsmouthpoint.blogspot.co.uk/2012/04/commentary-on-valediction-forbidding.html)

Many thanks to all of our contributors and to all of our readers,
Daniel Rollins
Blog Editor 

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