18 fabulous photos of big nights out at Ballygally Castle Hotel in 2006 and 2007
A search in the Larne Times archive offered photos from a St Comgall’s High School formals, a Ballygally Community Development Association dance, the Oxygen Therapy Centre Autumn Ball and the Larne Mayor’s Ball.
Take a look at these pics and see if you can spot anyone you know.
In the spring of 1954, a 19-year-old girl named Sylvette David was sitting with friends on a wall in the small Provence town of Vallauris when a short, bullish-looking man leaned out of the window of a nearby artist’s studio, holding up a portrait he had drawn of her. The man was Pablo Picasso, then 73-years-old. “It was an invitation,” says Lydia Corbett, the woman who was once – and will forever – be known as Sylvette, and who is now Picasso’s last surviving model. “I think he must have been w
Michael Peppiatt’s connection to the sculptor informs a fascinating life; Harriet Evans conjures a gripping tale of family and property; and Steve Stern weaves fact and fiction in a story of artistic youth
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