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22 Apr 19
World Site News

Itsy-bitsy denim cut-offs, stacks of statement necklaces, crochet crop tops, henna tattoos and braided twin-buns have been the biggest done-to-death Coachella essentials over the years. Taking quite a departure from the denim hot pants and the culturally-insensitive bindis this season, the ‘it’ girl gang comprising Kendall Jenner, Kylie Jenner, Gigi Hadid and Emily Ratajkowski embraced…

21 Apr 19
Hoang Lan Dang

20.000 Leagues under the sea Jules Verne CHAPTER XX A FEW DAYS ON LAND I was much impressed on touching land. Ned Land tried the soil with his feet, as if to take possession of it. However, it was only two months before that we had become, according to Captain Nemo, “passengers on board the […]

20 Apr 19
One California Girl

When I went to the Norton Simon the first Friday of this month, I first went to the back garden (as is my usual). For two previous springs a pair of Canadian geese have settled by the Monet pond to lay their eggs. I had hopes to see them a third spring time. As I […]

20 Apr 19
Margaret Welwood on Writing Children's Books

The only thing that you absolutely have to know, is the location of the library. –Albert Einstein. The program facilitator got a little more than she bargained for when she handed four-year-old Eliana the lion puppet. Who’d have anticipated such loud, long, and repeated roars from a little girl dressed in her Sunday best? But […]

20 Apr 19
Hoang Lan Dang

20.000 Leagues under the sea Jules Verne CHAPTER XIX TORRES STRAITS During the night of the 27th or 28th of December, the Nautilus left the shores of Vanikoro with great speed. Her course was south-westerly, and in three days she had gone over the 750 leagues that separated it from La Perouse’s group and the […]

19 Apr 19
dhamma diaries

That’s a mouthful for ya. Vih-paw-shun-uh-per-nuh. See, you got it. It’s actually two words that conveniently combine: Vipassana & Annapurna. You see what I did there? 😉 Vipassana is an ancient Pali word. Pali was the language spoken by the common man in Northern India about 25 centuries ago during the time Gotama the Buddha […]

19 Apr 19

The Best and Worst of WCW Monday Nitro for July 13, 1998, featuring the fallout from Bash at the Beach ’98.

19 Apr 19
The Northern Quarterly

The clothing company has recently been targeted by vegan activists worldwide, as its regent street branch hires security guards to deal with animal welfare protesters outside the London branch after outrage in animal rights issues. Canada Goose was born in the 1950s and originally sought to shelter workers and mountaineers from sub-zero environments. The clothing […]

19 Apr 19
Psaltery & Lyre

European colonization comes in the shape of a hierarchical, patriarchal triangle. “There’s no way to decolonize,” she continues, “without that spiritual understanding, without getting back into the spiritual circle.”

18 Apr 19

2019 has been my first year as a proper professional theatre blogger, and I had several aims at the start of January: To visit as many London theatres as possible, particularly West End and fringe To link up with at least three new PR companies to increase my review range To increase my Twitter following, […]

16 Apr 19
Feathers of the Firebird

I love antique books, a love inherited from my father who over decades has collected an eclectic range of extraordinary old books. I love their beauty, the stories they contain, and the sense of holding something that is a direct link to people in the past, not just authors and publishers, but also readers, who […]

15 Apr 19
Song Traveling

Where I visit the pre-Columbian world at the Getty Center, and wonder if my gazing is a developed world privilege found only in the big city.

14 Apr 19
Rose and Ted’s Excellent Adventure

Everywhere we travel there are new things to learn. That is, after all, a big part of the attraction that travelling holds. Here are some of the things we learned during our winter in Myrtle Beach. Singular vs. Plural Y’all is singular. All y’all is plural. All y’all’s is plural possessive. Pluff mud It looks […]

14 Apr 19
Jessie's Blog

Dinosaurs are among the most mysterious creatures that ever walked the planet. The carnivorous dinosaurs were huge reptiles with feathers like a bird and sharp teeth like a lion. Most think of dinosaurs as depicted in popular media such as the Jurassic Park movie saga. They are seen as giant reptiles with green mottled skin […]

13 Apr 19
The Blogging DJ

Who can go all the way and who will be told to “Sashay Away”? Here are my thoughts on the Top 8.

13 Apr 19
My splendid blog 6977

Top Layout Trends In British Residences & Interiors I've been invited by IIV to blog site concerning my opinion around the style, 'Designing for the future: Home trends and what we require to take into consideration currently'. I rely on the next couple of years lasting residences utilizing solar passive design principles will certainly be […]