As we know, the 4th of July is about celebrating the 1776 U.S. Declaration of Independence from the British Empire.
Happy U.S. Independence . . . weekend! Future U.S. president John Adams, who had persuaded the younger and largely unknown
On Wednesday evening, we saw Adele at London’s Wembley Stadium. En route there, our Metropolitan line train was the most
If we are new to a blog that has been around for years, we may perhaps feel we have turned
It’s rare that we have a chance to hear what a stranger, viewing us from a distance, thinks we are.
Travel has become so commonplace an activity. We tend to forget that, as we know it, it is a relatively
Seeing how Conventions: The Garden At Paris has been doing (probably because of its temporary “99p” price, I know) at
As we know, Amazon reviews can make entertaining reading. Occasionally you have to remind yourself those reviewers actually saw the
In the aftermath of what may be a politically-motivated shooting targeting Republicans in Alexandria, Virginia, naturally we’ve once more seen
Due to what I have seen regularly “out there,” and with my brand new Conventions, as well as my first