On December 7, 1941, 78 years ago today, the Imperial Japanese Navy Air Service launched a pre-emptive strike against the US naval base at Pearl Harbour, which President Franklin D. Roosevelt named […]
Leaving a touching memorial service at the Royal Hospital, home to the renowned Chelsea Pensioners in London, and as the sun was setting, I came across a life-size silhouette of a silent […]
Has is snowed at your house? Will you have a wonderful white Christmas? Christmas is a time to build happy memories. I remember, as a child, hearing the rich voice of Richard Burton […]
World War I ended 100 years ago today and we are right to commemorate this centenary with solemn ceremonies.
This week my amazing Mum celebrates her 100th birthday with two champagne tea parties. I couldn’t be more proud of her.
Chris Nuttall-Smith was the second best restaurant reviewer I’ve ever read on Toronto’s culinary scene. My late friend Gina Mallet was the best.
It’s amazing how many world events we can forget or simply overlook when we’re otherwise engaged.
We’ve checked out Belize, Costa Rica, Mexico and Florida and none seem to suit retirement. So now we’re thinking of going “home” to the UK.
With a late ice storm forecast, the Slobbovian bagel harvest might be doomed.
How can folks live without a companion pet around the house? In my case it’s been cats 10, dogs 1.