If you’re considering commuting through the darkest months, take a leaf from Mark’s survival guide. After all, conditions don’t get more bone-chillingly frigid than mid-winter in the Twin Cities, Minnesota. In January, the average recorded highs are just 7°f (-13°c). It takes a certain amount of grit to pull this off… so who better to talk to […]
Finding ways to connect anything and everything to Technology has become more prevalent as the years go by. In doing so every day household tasks are being put a test to see whether or not technology can make them better, or more efficient, things such as dishwashers, refrigerators, and now as you may be aware […]
The Jewish people, like Amundsen, have had to work pretty hard throughout our expedition through history and we are pretty lucky.
Images and words by Mike Hayes. It took a whole year of procrastination and the opportunity to acquire one at a somewhat reduced price, but on reflection I think it was inevitable that it would happen; the possibilities for grin-inducing adventures aboard a fat-tyred, off-road cargo bike, not to mention just not having to use […]
I didn’t know that racecar driving was something people actually got excited about until I met Mikail. NASCAR, cricket, and knock-knock jokes are topics that he knows an unholy amount about and he’s enthusiastic enough to make other people excited too. There’s something infectious about his unrestrained energy. At 22, he’s working on his […]
On 14th December 2018 the Archbishop of Canterbury, Most Revd Justin Welby, led a debate in the House of Lords on the Motion: “that this House takes note of the role of reconciliation in British foreign, defence and international development policy”. The Archbishop’s opening and closing speeches in the debate are below. The Bishop of […]
By Celia Coates In the headlines this week it was reported that a negotiator for Russia had offered to make a deal with the 2016 Presidential campaign, a deal to create something they called “political synergy.” Originally synergy was a medical term and meant that the combined action of the physiological components – muscles, nerves, organs, […]
VALLEJO — Kudos to Bay Area Stage for presenting a lesser-known play like “Greetings!” during the Christmas season. I remember one year when no less than four local theater companies were putting on some variation of “A Christmas Carol.” I applaud their decision to go with “Greetings!” but I applaud the show even more as […]
DEKE (Fake Boyfriend 3) by Eden Finley
Word of advice: don’t come out to random guys in public restrooms. Even if they’re charming and adorably nerdy and offer to help.
Series: Fake Boyfriend (book 3)
Release Date: January 9, 2018
Pairing / Genre(s) / Keyword(s): M/M Contemporary Romance
I so remember this tour. It came out of nowhere and no one knew what to expect, before or after. ha. It really was an old-style ‘review,’ with an ever-changing cast. It was at Toronto’s Maple Leaf Gardens, notorious for bad sound and even worse sight-lines. It lived up to its reputation for the Review […]
For 5 years Ukraine has bamboozled supporters by using” independent” researchers like Bellingcat that work with Ukraine’s Intel to fabricate its innocence. On November 25th, the Kerch incident happened, worsening the West’s relationship with Russia ahead of the G-20 Meeting in Argentina. Seemingly right on cue, Russian planners couldn’t find anything better to do than […]