If it’s news to me, it must be news to you!
A UK-based design shop has made it easier to visualise the development of different genres of popular music by creating ‘blueprints’ of acid house, alternative, hip-hop and electronic music.
The holiday has fizzled out and we are faced with that familiar problem – how to dispose of the Christmas tree? One option is to eat it.
Discovered beneath the streets of London is an ice house built in the 1780s where wealthy Georgians would store their supplies of ice from Norway.
Speaking of history
The first synagogue to be built in Washington DC was moved on enormous wheels to what will be the location of the Capital Jewish Museum.
I’m not usually a great lover of poetry but it is well worth clicking and reading the verse on the right by Brian Bilston. (I’m talking to you, Messrs Trump and Javid)
Paris’s first nude restaurant is to close in February due to a lack the bare necessity that all restaurants rely on: customers.
Bristol council has taken extreme measures to stop anti-social behaviour – by banning the sale of cheese toasties.
The optical illusion on the left has been doing the rounds with the claim that the faster you see the movement, the more stressed you must be. Not true according to Snopes.com.
But if you are feeling stressed then seek out the services of certified cuddlist Robin Marie for a session of therapeutic cuddling.
Children’s author John Burningham; wildlife artist Greg Poole; Hollies bassist Eric Haydock; Sr Seuss’ widow and keeper of his flame Audrey Geisel and; weather and news presenter Diane Oxberry a familiar friendly face where I live.