28.11.2010 by Virginia Citrano Dougherty, James Dougherty, Beatrice Pietropaolo, Eileen Dougherty, MaryRose Dougherty, Anne Ragozzino and Maureen Dougherty. She is also survived by nine grandchildren. In lieu of flowers, donations to the Verona Rescue Squad would be ...
09.04.2012 [Portsmouth News] - PORTSMOUTH, MaryRose Museum, Portsmouth Historic Dockyard. 11am-1pm & 2pm-4pm. Family Activity Area. Try on one of our costumes and step back in time. Bring your camera to capture the moment!. (023) 9289 4558. PORTSMOUTH, St Francis Church Hall
07.04.2012 [This is Hull and East Riding] - FIGHT: Councillor Mary-Rose Hardy and, left, Mike Harness, of Springhead FC. The inquiries have come about as part of the council's new Local Development Framework (LDF). It aims to map out land use policies for 20000 homes, employment, retail
07.04.2012 [The Independent] - Later this year, the new MaryRose Museum (023-9281 2931; maryrose.org) is set to open in nearby Portsmouth, in tandem with the final stage of the ship's hull restoration. * Fifty vehicles from the James Bond movies will be on show at the National
05.04.2012 [Design Week] - The consultancy, which worked with the Royal Mail last year on a set of commemorative MaryRose stamps, was asked to 'emphasise the positives' through the design of the Titanic stamps, according to Team Publishing creative director Bob Wheller.
04.04.2012 [Fourthwall] - JBR reviews an atmospheric reading of JM Barrie's dark MaryRose at Riverside Studios. JM Barrie's MaryRose presents as a dark obverse to his better known Peter Pan. As a counterpoint it reveals a somewhat uncomfortable preoccupation with childhood
03.04.2012 [So So Gay] - Both works are similar in that they portray the idea of the eternal child, but whereas Peter Pan was a childhood adventure with Pirates and eternal playtime, MaryRose is a more tragic figure, made eternal young in spirit and haunted by malign forces
06.04.2012 [Gizmodo UK] - When the English ship, the MaryRose, sank in 1545, it took with it many longbow masters. Their bodies, later discovered in Portsmouth Harbor, exhibited deformed forearms, fingers, and upper backs from years of archery practice.
31.03.2012 [Fourthwall] - ... The Glorious Ones at the Landor (4 stars), Shivered at Southwark Playhouse (4 stars), Taming of the Shrew (4 stars) at Richmond, The King's Speech (4 stars) and Sweeney Todd (5 stars) in the West End, and MaryRose at the Riverside Studios.