Greece Storm

23 Jul 19
She Hated Pickles

This one is about a little place called Ithaca– a place where at 18 years young I stepped off the plane into humid 80 degree heat with the calls of cicadas in the trees and thought I must have accidentally traveled to the rainforest. (I mean it was 9 hours of flying…And bugs making noise […]

22 Jul 19
Heavy.com

Get the rundown on Bachelorette contestant Luke Parker’s fate on the show, plus spoilers on his appearance on the Men Tell All special.

22 Jul 19
Soti's Reading List

Source   The Vatican against the Orthodox Church Excerpted from the book: Vatican Imperialism in the 20th Century by Avro Manhattan. GIANTS ACT LIKE GIANTS, hence their undertakings are on a gigantic scale. Years are reckoned by decades, decades by centuries. Geographical areas are made to embrace nations or even continents, while the histories of […]

22 Jul 19
Corporate Dispatch

Good evening, This is your Corporate Dispatch Daily NewsFeed Roundup for today. European Commission President Jean Claude Juncker arrives in Malta   Details on Charlene Farrugia’s murder revealed – Former boyfriend jailed for hold-up Sir Alan Duncan resigns from government to be able to request no confidence motion in the next British PM   Hunt […]

22 Jul 19
Nottingham Forest North America

And then… It’s August… And it begins.

22 Jul 19
Dandelion Chandelier

New month, new books! Book Light is our Dandelion Chandelier curated list of the most-anticipated new releases for August 2019. The perfect August read is as hot and sunny as a day at the beach. So what are the best new books coming in August 2019? Our intrepid team has been exploring and here’s what we found. 

22 Jul 19
Site Title

Act 1 scene I-II Othello begins on a street in Venice, in the midst of an argument between Roderigo and Iago. The rich Roderigo has been paying Iago to help him in his suit to Desdemona, but he has seen no progress, and he has just learned that Desdemona has married Othello, a general whom Iago […]

21 Jul 19
Sophbox

This week can be summed up in one word… Multifarious! I feel I’ve lived every emotion during these past seven days! Thursday marked a year to the day that my Dad had his horrendous stroke. Complete life changer. What better way to get through this day and the memories of last year, than to be […]

21 Jul 19
The Bean Bowl

In a BeanBowl.com exclusive, we will be compiling GM profiles for a new summer series. Shining a spotlight on the management of each franchise, we will be giving an unprecedented level of access to the minds behind the twelve most famous teams in sports.  In this first episode, we sit down with 2017 finalist Conor […]

21 Jul 19
Tales & picks of a world traveler

I remember hearing about Chania, Crete – and Greece – since I was a child in Brazil, thanks to my uncle Christos, who was born there and became part of the family by marrying my aunt Maria. He was a mystery to me, and I remember thinking  ‘How can someone come from so far away?’ […]

21 Jul 19
Arcynewsy

The most important news at a glance: Mobile phone at the wheel – murderer wanted worldwide caught (15.17 clock) “Stop splitting us!” – AfD Bayern boss attacks right-wing Höcke (11:51 clock) AKK denies seizure of power in the Ministry of Defense “by calculation” (9.58 clock) Stoned Participants of Gay Pride Parade in Poland (3.57 pm) […]