Greenhouse gas emissions in London will spike this year following a drop in 2018, said the city’s director of environmental programs.
SO MANY EVENTS THIS WEEK! Especially on Thursday, good luck deciding! I’m going to the zoo to preview their new animal habitats! I’m excited to see the changes! On Friday I’m going to Reyka Vodka’s Summer Solstice Party in Four Places at Hotel Revival. Sorry, it’s invite only! On Saturday I’m headed to the Maryland Foodie Fest! […]
Lots of veteran attacked with a vodka bottle of wine by speedboat killer Jack Shepherd has told how the assault cut back the horror of him essentially shot by a Taliban sniper.
Shepherd, formerly of Castle St ., Bristol, is currently serving a pensée for the manslaughter of 24-year-old Charlotte now Brown, who died in a Thames boat crash in December 2015.
After that conviction Shepherd, 16, pleaded guilty at Exeter Crowns Court earlier this month to assaulting a barman in Newton Cenobite, Devon – with shocking HIGH RESOLUTION released by police of the gain access to.
Written evidence submitted by Professor Steve Thomas, Tom Burke CBE & Dr Paul Dorfman (FEI004) Is there a ‘giant hole’ in UK energy policy? Executive summary Despite more than a decade of concerted government effort, only one of the 11 reactors (16GW) the government forecast would be on-line by 2030 has started construction, the plans for seven have collapsed and […]
This is a story I wrote with friends in my writing workshop in Bangalore. “The Falcon is after us. What do I do? I must get Elina and me to the safe haven quickly.” Olivia Poirot muttered this to herself just as the ship was rocked again by a humongous wave. She feared that […]
Samuel Colt, the man who revolutionized firearms manufacturing in the United States, was born in Hartford, Connecticut, on July 19, 1814. The son of a textile worker, Colt got himself expelled from Amherst Academy as a young man, so his father sent him on a year-long sailing voyage to study navigation. While aboard ship, Colt […]
Today is the third and final day of my canter around London’s Capital Ring, ante-clockwise from my starting point close to the Osterley Lock, in Hanwell. The forecast today was for rain by 11am. In light of that, following a light breakfast of cereal and fruit juice I left my lodgings at 5:30 to get […]
What do you get when six humans, four dogs and a picnic big enough to last for a week take to the River Thames on a self-drive electric boat…a hilarious day out for humans and hounds! That’s definitely what we had when we were invited to try out dog-friendly Go Boat Kingston, the latest dog-friendly […]
The old Arrow street directory pages indicate where there is a new harbor hotel and office building. The Wills Street directory locates “From the Dock [Street] south and east of Eden. “The $ 117 million development that has been in existence since its inception in the last few months has risen, and the shape of […]
Oh good. Cows. [Photo credit: Byrom, via http://www.pexels.com%5D I’ve just run the first 18 miles or so of the Centurion Running South Downs Way 100. I’ve “enjoyed” the climb up Old Winchester Hill, the first of many, many climbs that I’ll get to enjoy during the race, and enter the field heading down to Whitewool […]
This year for spring break we decided to go to Europe for a week. We found a great deal to London so we bought our tickets. We chose to do a two-city jaunt and picked Rome in addition to London as it was the only major city in Italy that we haven’t been to yet. […]
Log House Holidays Review | Eight secluded lodges with hot tubs by a stunning lake in the Cotswolds, England. The most relaxing place I’ve ever been to.