Category Archives: England

April Webster and Nathan Fishbourne: Britain?s Youngest Parents

One year ago, Alfie Patten, 13, and his girl friend Chantelle Stedman, 15, made headlines and appeared in many newspapers’ and magazines’ front pages because they became parents of a baby girl. At that time, the couple provoked a new political row over “broken Britain”. Now, the world community continues to shock when two 14-year-old schoolchildren, April Webster… Read More »

Adelboden ? Switzerland

Adelboden is a classic Swiss resort situated in the Frutigen-Niedersimmental administrative district, 1350 metres above sea level in the Bernese Oberland, Switzerland. Enclosed by dazzling alpine sceneries and the panoramic view of the Lohner and Wildstruber mountain peaks, the resort is basically home to an assortment of ski accommodations, dining places, shops, and  snow packed slopes for a… Read More »

Queen Elizabeth II by Warhol

Always an amazing artist, one of the most refined and beautiful works of Andy Warhol was this creation: pop art portrait of Queen Elizabeth II. Created in the year 1995, this screenprint on paper is often a source of inspiration for many pop art artists. And it does have an interesting story. Story of creation of the portrait    … Read More »

Antique Fireplace Andirons Explained

Andirons are used to hold the logs inside the fireplace. American made andirons evolved a much different design direction since the 1600’s, as wood fuel which was plentiful here was all but gone in much of England. Sturdy forged iron designs have been made in the US since the early days of colonization, when the fireplace was used… Read More »

America Golf VS British Golf

British golf and American golf have a long developing history. Due to the their cultural differences, golf course design varies. America golf course emphasis on beauty, and attach great importance on artificial modification; British court has respect for nature, so they like to retain the original rough look.   I remember that when I have the first anthropology… Read More »


Education has over the years been highly acknowledged for its vital role in the human society. Many scholars and personalities have demonstrated the worth of education in the various sectors of human society including economics, culture, religion, and politics. Both developed and developing nations have shown a high regard on the worth of education, thus investing numerous societies.… Read More »

RV Travel Fun In New England

Having an RV can be a very fun and adventurous experience. There are so many places that one can travel to with an RV. The very nice thing about having an RV is that you do not need to stay in a hotel. You can stop and get comfortable whenever you like. One of the most popular places… Read More »

The Central Lake District

In the central part of the Hotels lake district much of the local stone is not a very suitable building material except for rough work. The volcanic rocks are usually too hard and difficult to dress, so that farm buildings are often a jumble of pieces of different shapes and sizes. Originally no mortar was used and considerable… Read More »

the fasle church

For the nonce in the church their are a heaps of christians claiming to be familiar with what God is communicating to the Church. So immeasurable pastors are aparantly learning from God, still there is one doubt, all their reality confront one other person. It bugs me that their are so many false prophets around that people line… Read More »

Know about Austin Population

Austin has come a long way in growth. In 1850, this capital city had a population of only 629 residents. Nearly two centuries later, more people are pleased to call Austin home. This is obvious in its growth. In 20 years, Austin has grown from 465,622 residents to 790,390. This makes Austin the 14th most populous city in… Read More »

Dan Dare Movies

Dan Dare is a classic British science fiction comic hero. The comic hero was first created by Frank Hampson in his “Dan Dare – Pilot Of The Future” science-fiction strip-cartoon series in 1950. The series was distinguished by its snappy dialogues, meticulously illustrated artwork and complex story lines. The popularity and quality of the comic series remained high… Read More »

Fishing in England

Fishing in England is I have found a lot different than other countries, especially when it comes to preparing to go for a day or two. In this country it is an art form carried out to precise detail, packed just so, with the correct amount of every thing in it’s rightful place, and of course every part… Read More »

English Premier League Picks

There is a full round of matches from England’s Premier League this weekend and we’re taking a look at the top plays. The biggest game of the weekend plays on Sunday as Manchester United take on Liverpool at Old Trafford. Manchester United have played well at home, winning both league matches 3-0, while Liverpool have already lost in… Read More »

Wembley Stadium: Pride of England

Wembley Stadium, also known as Wembley or the New Wembley, is one of the most famous official stadiums in the world. Located in Wembley Park – London Borough of Brent and opposite Wembley Arena, the largest roof-covered football stadium has become the most visited destination for football fans all over the world and pride of English people.  … Read More »

Video Seo For Youtube

Online video is the fastest and most powerful social media tool that companies should use while preparing their Internet marketing and social media strategies. It is easier to get a message across visually as opposed to just reading some content. YouTube is an Internet marketers dream tool and it is so easy to use. As they say a… Read More »

The King Richard III

The restoration of Edward IV in 1471 is sometimes seen as marking the end of the Wars of the Roses proper. Peace was restored for the remainder of Edward’s reign. His youngest brother, Richard, Duke of Gloucester, and Edward’s lifelong companion and supporter, William Hastings, were generously rewarded for their loyalty, becoming effectively governors of the north and… Read More »

Binary Characteristics of Medicine and Dentistry

When hospitals started using manufactured medicines, they discovered that these items compensated for the weaknesses of natural extracts. Since herbs and oils are insufficient to combat some diseases, laboratory remedies were designed for better treatment. As some studies proved, these products are ten times more effective compared with their traditional counterparts. Manufactured medicine can combat most diseases because… Read More »

England’s American World Cup Nightmare

England kick off their 2010 World Cup campaign at 7.30 pm on Saturday 12th June, at the Royal Bafokeng Stadium in Rustenburg against the USA in what should be, in theory anyway, an easy start to their challenge for ultimate World Cup glory in South Africa. England qualified of course as one of the European Group winners and… Read More »

Economic enviornment

What is economic environment?  Explain different kinds of economic system and their influence on international business. Those Economic factors which have their affect on the working of the business is known as economic environment. It includes system, policies and nature of an economy, trade cycles, economic resources, level of income, distribution of income and wealth etc. Economic environment… Read More »

Visit The Peak District In England

The word peak originates from the old English word ‘peac’ meaning hill and there are lots of them for your personal enjoyment. The Peak District itself covers 2 particular areas – the White Peak (characterised by limestone rock, dry stone walls, river valleys and dales) and the Dark Peak (untamed beauty, with dominating tors, heather moorland, gritstone rock… Read More »

Our Bill of Rights

“Is a bill of rights essential to liberty?” asked founding father James Madison in the debate over ratifying the Constitution of the United States of America.    The question arose as part of the on-going discussion of the nature of democracy, carried on in ancient Greece, continued through the centuries, and central to the foundation of our government. The… Read More »

Barbour Jackets, The Pinnacle Of English Style

A lot of young fashion victims who are in their early twenties or even younger may just be discovering the fashion trend that is the Barbour Jacket. It is setting the fashion catwalks and the fashion weeks of the fashion capitals of the world aflame. But this jacket is almost as old as many of their great grandparents… Read More »

Finance Homework Help

Finance Homework Help covers subjects with an approach that will help you develop your ability to concentrate so that you can score better. All experts at Finance Homework Help work in accordance to the directives clearly spelt out by the criteria of the assignment and then are matched as per levels of expectations. All assignments are unique and… Read More »

Parasite to Indian Economy Called the Lala Class

In 1991, whole world with unanimity accepted “Globalization” for the free trade and get rid of “Protectionism”. After the world war II, the world economy was suffering the disastrous consequences of the same war. Zero efficiency with great dearth of finances made there way into the world economies and the worse effected were the European countries and America.… Read More »

New England Patriots – Reshuffling The Team

The assistant coach Shane Waldron has been promoted as a decent ends coach. The assistant director for faculty of scouting Jonathan Robinson was also promoted to the post of director, a post that had been vacant since January 2008, since the departure of Thomas Dirmitoff who left for a post of general manager in the falcons. Waldron becomes… Read More »