Archive for November, 2010

  • Isabella Tree Meets Mexicos Glorious Matriarchs

    No, she’ll probably make me do it. I’m Santa Claus! Maybe I love you so much I love you no matter who you are pretending to be. Tell them I hate them. Does anybody else feel jealous and aroused and worried? Yep, I remember. They came in last at the Olympics, then retired to promote…

  • Chilean Miners: Moment of Global Joy

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  • Yorkshire Hopes Beach Cean-up Campaign

    Yorkshire today mounted a cheeky bid to take the crown for having Europe’s cleanest beaches from the holder, Portugal. A five-year programme along 50 miles of largely sandy shoreline, from the artists’ village of Staithes to Withernsea, on the crumbling coast of Holderness, will also clean up Europe’s secondary category of rural beaches at coves…

  • Encounters with Yellowstones Wolves

    I must have walked a mile down the snow-covered road before I noticed. There was so much else to watch for besides what lay at my feet: on the right, icy slopes rising to a girdle of pines and craggy summits beyond; on the left, Yellowstone’s Lamar Valley, plunging down to the unseen river before…

  • TripAdvisor slated by hoteliers at its own lunch

    It was billed as a masterclass: a chance for the hospitality trade to learn how to get the most out of the global travel review site TripAdvisor over lunch at a luxury hotel in London. In the end, TripAdvisor staff ended up facing a barrage of tricky questions from hoteliers, bed and breakfast owners and…

  • Obama Defends Quantitative Easing

    Barack Obama has launched a strong defence of America’s latest bout of quantitative easing, ahead of the G20 summit in Korea. With many commentators predicting heated discussions between world leaders when they meet in Seoul later this week, Obama hit back at claims that the Federal Reserve risked destabilising the world economy through the $600bn.…

  • Coogan: 2 parts Partridge 1 Part Genius

    He’s about to take to our screens again, playing another exaggerated version of himself in a BBC series, The Trip, in which he and Rob Brydon embark on a gastronomic tour of the north of England on the premise that Coogan has landed a gig as guest restaurant reviewer for the Observer. The Trip is…

  • Great Fine art Flower Photography

    Robot 1-X, save my friends! And Zoidberg! All I want is to be a monkey of moderate intelligence who wears a suit… that’s why I’m transferring to business school! Kif, I have mated with a woman. Inform the men. I could if you hadn’t turned on the light and shut off my stereo. There’s no…

  • Websites for iPhone Photographers

    Look, I can take you as far as Anchorhead. You can get a transport there to Mos Eisley or wherever you’re going. Hey, Luke! May the Force be with you. Still, she’s got a lot of spirit. I don’t know, what do you think? You think a princess and a guy like me- As you…