Everyone’s excited about the arrival of his Royal Highness, the Prince of Cambridge, even Kermit and Miss Piggy have a message for the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge. Delivered in true Muppet style, the message is funny, timely and the duo even manages to reference their upcoming movie.
It’s another screaming delivery for expectant parents. Maybe that’s a bit cruel, but Kiwi mums who give birth on the same day as the Duchess of Cambridge will be given another bundle – an album of lullabies by the New Zealand soprano Hayley Westenra.
The pomp and splendor displayed last month in London convinced millions around the world to not only watch the wedding ceremony of the Duke and Duchess of Cambridge, but also to dub the extravaganza the “Wedding of the Century”. But in India, where the typical upper-class wedding is expected to be an ostentatious spectacle, many well-heeled prospective brides and grooms might be tempted to point out that the century has only just begun
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At the end of a boat race one crew always sits up straight, breathing hard but smiling. That is the winning crew
If anyone harbored any doubts that hybrid cars are hot, last week the 2005 Tokyo Motor Show put them to rest. Carmakers practically ran over one another promoting their versions in attempts to catch up with Honda and Toyota, the technology’s pioneers.
When Marcia Hams and Susan Shepherd cut into their wedding cake at city hall in Cambridge, Mass., on May 17, 2004, after becoming the first same-sex couple in the U.S.
N.T. “Tom” Wright is one of the most formidable figures in the world of Christian thought.
The wisdom of business professors, once only available to MBAs and business students, can now be accessed by anybody with an Internet connection. Hundreds of universities, and a growing number of business schools, are making recordings of lectures, seminars and conferences available to the general public via Web sites such as iTunes and YouTube
New data released Thursday suggests that the Arctic Ocean will be “largely ice free” during summer within a decade. The report, complied by the UK-based Catlin Arctic Survey and the World Wildlife Fund (WWF), is the latest research into ice thickness in the Arctic