The entire pestilence of house up-do programmes, possibly the least disempowering is Kirstie’s Vintage Home, Choice, Tuesdays. That’s not to say it’s not irritating, repetitive and sometimes intelligence-affronting
Two movie-inspired musicals are vying for your entertainment dollar in Melbourne this winter. James Croot compares the beauty with the beast.
Arizona restaurateur Amy Bouzaglo became an instant internet celebrity last month after demonstrating an impressively short temper on a reality TV show that helps reform struggling businesses. The episode of Kitchen Nightmares drew more than a million viewers on YouTube, and Bouzaglo’s vitriolic rants became popular fodder on Twitter and Facebook.
The new arrivals at the drug rehab center in Chichevo, a tiny village two hours’ drive east of Moscow, are usually given two weeks without chores to recover from the nausea, pain and sleeplessness of withdrawal. After that, between Bible study and prayer they have to start chopping firewood, hauling water from the village well or otherwise helping around the old wooden house.
Even the most stable brain operates just a millimeter from madness. In such a finely tuned cognitive engine, only a small part must start to sputter before the whole machine comes crashing down
By the time the trumpets sound, the candles have been lit and the salmon platters garnished. Harald V, King of Norway, enters the room, and 200 guests stand to greet him
On Sept. 16, 2010, a team of U.S
While authorities in Japan work desperately to prevent a nuclear catastrophe, on the other side of the world in Germany, Angela Merkel is facing the political fallout.
Charlie Lamb was barely 2 years old when he was diagnosed with autism.
Picking up trash and pulling weeds may not sound terribly posh, but at a growing number of high-end resorts, where rooms often cost $400 or $500 a night, these activities are becoming yet another hotel amenity.