Any hope for a reconciliation between Nigella Lawson and husband Charles Saatchi seems to have been dashed, as the celebrity chef moves her belongings out of their home – including her cookbooks and the blender. Lawson moved out after a widely reported incident at a restaurant where Saatchi was photographed grabbing her by the throat, which he dismissed as a “playful tiff”.
If you can imagine it, chances are that Darrell Sheets has found it in a storage locker. The storage auction veteran has spent 36 years buying storage units without being able to tell exactly what is in them.
Reality TV star, David Hester, has filed suit against A&E after crying foul for being fired for being a “whistle blower” about some, what he thinks of as, unethical practices. Are the Storage Wars Producers Deceivers? “Storage Wars” — the hit A&E show — is deceiving viewers by making it seem contestants are […]
This may sound too good to be true, but the U.S. has a renewable-energy resource that is perfectly clean, remarkably cheap, surprisingly abundant and immediately available.
Virtues, like viruses, have their seasons of contagion. When catastrophe strikes, generosity spikes like a fever
The farmers of western Niger normally spend the first few months of every year filling their mud-brick storage bins with grain.
A blaze at a Puerto Rico oil storage facility continued to rage out of control early Sunday, sending thick black smoke into the air and forcing at least 1,500 people out of their homes.
The massive clouds of black smoke reminded Carlos Salgado of the horrifying television images he’d seen of the terrorist attacks of September 11, 2001. At least 15 of the 40 tanks at the Caribbean Petroleum Corp
Apple revamped its desktop and laptop lines Tuesday, dramatically redesigning the iMac all-in-one and MacBook laptop, and also adding a few updates to its Mac Mini line of small-scale desktops. It also introduced a handful of updated peripherals, with a multitouch mouse bringing the most thorough changes.
At the University of Connecticut, planning for the H1N1 virus means, to begin with, clearing some serious storage space: STORRS, Connecticut (CNN) — At the University of Connecticut, planning for the H1N1 virus means, to begin with, clearing some serious storage space: • 15,000 surgical masks for patients who might become infected. • 28,000 doses of Advil • 28,000 doses of Tylenol • 10,000 fever thermometers • Thousands of bottles of hand sanitizers.