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  • A Tribute to Tony Haygarth

    Tribute Tony Haygarth

    David writes… I couldn’t stop thinking about that index finger. Tony (Haygarth) died a couple of days ago. Some of you –... Read more

    The 16 March 2017 by   Lwblog
    DESTINATIONS
  • This Weekend: 17th, 18th & 19th March

    This Weekend: 17th, 18th 19th March

    HERE’S THE GOOGLE MAP WITH ALL THIS WEEKEND’S LOCATIONS. Friday Molly’s is Antwerp’s oldest Irish Bar Happy St Patrick’s Day! Irish bars in the town will be... Read more

    The 16 March 2017 by   Nessascityblog
    DESTINATIONS
  • Dive Against Debris: Tackling Marine Debris Head On

    Dive Against Debris: Tackling Marine Debris Head

    , courtesy “Remember, with great power comes great responsibility,” Uncle Ben once told Peter Parker (a.k.a. Spiderman) in a poignant conversation that... Read more

    The 16 March 2017 by   Adrenaline Romance
    SPORTS
  • Japanese Snow: Japan Rail Travel in Winter

    Japanese Snow: Japan Rail Travel Winter

    Japan seems almost unreal at times, more like a model, as it’s just too neat and orderly to be real life. And, arriving to Osaka’s Kansai airport in the dark,... Read more

    The 16 March 2017 by   Allanmwilson
    DESTINATIONS, EXPAT
  • Blackhawks Fans Are #1 Based on New Study

    Blackhawks Fans Based Study

    A new study concludes that the Chicago Blackhawks have the most loyal fans. Fanatics, a global leader in licensed sports merchandise, analyzed NHL teams’... Read more

    The 16 March 2017 by   Urbanmatter Chicago
  • A Lamprey Feast @ Braseirão Do Minho

    Lamprey Feast Braseirão Minho

    Lamprey season is in full swing, and nowhere is it more celebrated in Portugal than the northern rivers such as Rio Minho, where it is considered a delicacy. Read more

    The 15 March 2017 by   Gail Aguiar
    EXPAT
  • Sam Lay: A Chicago Blues Legend

    Lay: Chicago Blues Legend

    Born in Birmingham, Alabama in 1935, Sam Lay entered the world with one shining purpose: to play the blues. After moving up north, Lay’s career began in the lat... Read more

    The 15 March 2017 by   Urbanmatter Chicago
  • An Unfinished Dream

    Unfinished Dream

    ​Every Wednesday evening between March and October, Charles Dickens visits the house he made an early London home. He must have great affection for it.... Read more

    The 15 March 2017 by   Davedtc
    DESTINATIONS, VACATION
  • Les Affaires Fillon/Le Pen: the Woeful State of French Politics

    Affaires Fillon/Le Pen: Woeful State French Politics

    The French presidential election campaign grows stranger and stranger by the day. The defeated would-be socialist candidate, Manuel Valls, cannot bring himself... Read more

    The 15 March 2017 by   Colin Randall
    CULTURE
  • Ever Notice How Natural Areas Transform with Neglect and Indifference?

    Ever Notice Natural Areas Transform with Neglect Indifference?

    It’s midway through March and in rural Ohio, the weather is bipolar at best. And as the weather toys with my emotions, being 70-degrees one week then... Read more

    The 15 March 2017 by   Eyeandpen

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