Red Wing

18 Apr 19
Gravitating Souls

Everyone calls her dull, I’d say she’s the most colourful girl I’ve ever known. Her piercing electric blue eyes is like a myriad shades of blue swirled together to form a cyclone of colours; her red hair is like dancing flames, refusing to be contained, condemned into ashes; her soft pink lips are like flourishing roses gently swaying on the meadow; her snow […]

18 Apr 19
Red Revolution

The purge of anti-Zionist activists from the Labour Party has claimed another scalp, the actor John Davies aka Johnny Beggs being suspended as part of the ongoing false antisemitism scare.

18 Apr 19
Sunshine and Robins

“Part of the secret of success in life is to eat what you like and let the food fight it out inside.” ― Mark Twain Hong Kong can be very expensive. You must save up if you want to enjoy the best accommodation and shopping experience. What is equally undeniable though, is that Hong Kong […]

18 Apr 19
VashMedia

The Inspector General of Police Hilary Mutyambai says the National Police Service Air wing will be restructured so as to provide quick response especially in operation areas. Mutyambai toured the Airwing and Internal Affairs Unit Offices at KCB Towers in Upper Hill, Nairobi, where he said modern aircrafts fitted with night vision and infra-red capabilities […]

18 Apr 19
Edmonton Sun

There was a time, a long time ago, when the Oil Kings owned winter in Edmonton. Oh, the stories they can tell. “We were not only well known, we were given some special treatment here and there,” remembers Gregg Pilling. “I love to tell the story about back in those days, when 21 was the legal […]

18 Apr 19
Radio Free

April 10, 2019 | Suraya Mohamed — Scottish singer, songwriter and essayist Karine Polwart seldom comes stateside. She prefers to limit air travel in order to minimize her carbon footprint. She took exception, however, to fly from Edinburgh to New York City to participate in the Carnegie Hall Migrations festival, a celebration of the history […]

18 Apr 19
The half space

-Pgs Quite possibly the most entertaining game that I have ever watched, the second leg between the reigning UCL champions Real Madrid and Bayern Munich in the Santiago Bernebeu was a match like no other. Real, who came into the match with a 2-1 aggregate lead after a Ronaldo brace in the Allianz arena, were […]

18 Apr 19
Crunchy in Carolina

My friends made the most AMAZING veggie and red bean curry. You know what made it so amazing? They accidentally doubled the coconut milk the recipe called for😍 We were having a collaborative sort of meal. They had the curry, and I brought wee cornmeal pancakes (which were quite tasty and I have no memory […]

18 Apr 19
Sunder Ram Krishnan's musings

Everyone is familiar with the adage, “Beauty lies in the eyes of the beholder.” What I would like to emphasize here is that success is also only a perception. That different people define success differently is hackneyed perhaps, but I think we need to remind ourselves of the same periodically. The points I raise are […]

18 Apr 19
thejudge13

During Friday free practice in China, the analysis showed that there was barely ‘a fag paper’ between the top three teams – Mercedes Ferrari and Red Bull (excuse the UK specific colloquialism), and yet Mercedes came out on top. One of the reasons for the win was a step improvement in setup on Saturday having […]

18 Apr 19
National Post

PATERNA, Spain — When archaeologists in Spain unearthed layers of human bones from a mass grave last year, the remains of one body emerged draped in a shirt that had the letters “MG” embroidered on it in red. The initials spoke volumes to Daniel Galan. They sparked hope he would be able to provide a […]