18 Jul 19

Price: [price_with_discount](as of [price_update_date] – Details)   Number of main compartments: 1 Brand: Fiorelli Series: "Paris" Dimension (LxWxH): 23cm x 15cm x 28cm Weight in kg: 0.58kg Capacity in liters approximately: 0-10 Material: imitation leather Features: zipper compartment, cell phone holder, inside pocket (s), outside pocket (s) Closure type: elastic closure Number of main compartments: […]

16 Jul 19
Sport Archives

A few days ago, Sarah Fraisou was attacked on the Champs-Elysées as she celebrated the qualification of the Algerian team in the semi-finals of the African Cup of Nations. And unfortunately, it's not the only one to have been a victim of some supporters … On Snapchat, Emilie Fiorelli has just revealed that she was […]

16 Jul 19
Archy news nety

A few days ago Sarah Fraisou was attacked on the Champs-Elysées when she celebrated the Algerian team's qualification in the semi-final of the African Cup of Nations. And unfortunately, it's not the only one who has fallen victim to some supporters … Emilie Fiorelli has just revealed on Snapchat that she was verbally abused while […]

15 Jul 19
Monaco Reporter

The association Femmes Chefs d’Entreprise de Monaco- AFCEM, (or Entrepreneurial Businesswomen Association), presided by Hilde Haneuse-Heye, organized their 15thanniversary gala at the Monte-Carlo  Beach Club, on Saturday, July 13, 2019, during a warm summer evening under the stars. H.S.H. Prince Albert II of Monaco, a loyal supporter of the association, honored its members with his presence at the Welcome Cocktail to the delight of everybody present.

12 Jul 19

Are you coming to Melbourne and would like to dine at some classy establishments? Are you sick of the run-of-the-mill burger/fast-food joints when travelling? I totally understand, so let me help you. There are many, many fabulous places in which to dine. So I have put together a short list of 7 of the best […]

09 Jul 19
The Great Fogginzo's Cobweb

I’ve been a bit under the weather of late, and falling behind with posts and promises. Sorry about that. Still here’s a fan letter (it hardly counts as a review, and it’s certainly not unbiased or remotely objective) to David Constantine. It appeared first on my Write Out Loud blog, The wider web . I’m […]

28 Jun 19

Trans media Storytelling – One Punch Man ( Animation) By LAWRENCE PRABHU ANTONY EXECUTIVE SUMMARY The great world of “One Bald Man” will be unveiled through this pitch and now spread through different trans media in the future and currently to engage with the fan kingdom of anime to further improve the show’s engagement. The […]

20 Jun 19
the blue eyed blogger

Mandi Backhaus A volcanic eruption. Air filled with falling ash. A thriving city buried. Lives lost. Years pass. Preservation occurs. The city unearthed. A one-of-a-kind area opened for all to see. Mount Vesuvius is the volcano near the Bay of Naples in Italy. Over the thousands of years this volcano has been around, it has […]

19 Jun 19
my daily art display

Dolce Far Niente, Tennyson and Herrick In the last blog on John William Waterhouse I looked at his paintings which focused on sorcery, sorceresses and Homer’s famous work The Odyssey with tales of death and bloodshed. In the blog today I am taking a more relaxed and soothing road and consider the beautiful women who […]

13 Jun 19
Robin Brown

Posted by allen.yesilevich Link building is all about creating strong, reputable relationships online — but what if you took offline strategies and applied it to building your brand online? No matter the size of your company, hosting, speaking at, or attending an event is a valuable tool for bulking up your backlinks while giving your […]

12 Jun 19
Lauren Faye

I love this outfit, so I had to dedicate a blog post to it! I have a few new bits I wanted to share with you all as well, including my new fave sliders! White tee – Pull&Bear – I love wearing large t-shirts and I always wear them tied or tucked in for the […]

11 Jun 19
the blue eyed blogger

P Prehistoric Remains. In 79 AD, Mount Vesuvius, the volcano near the Bay of Naples in Italy, erupted. Millions of tons of volcanic ash buried the city of Pompeii, killing nearly 2,000 people. In 1748, explorers rediscovered the area to find the buildings intact, skeletons frozen right where they’d fallen, everyday objects and household goods […]

08 Jun 19
lib, xo

Hey guys, I hope that you are all well? I have been chilling since I went to a Take That concert on Thursday night, so I was super tired! The weather is being so rubbish recently, you wouldn’t think it is supposed to be summer. Today I thought I’d bring back a classic post that […]