Hello, unicorns! I’ve been full of piss and vinegar regarding the GOP and anti-choice activists this week, but there are lots of science and entertainment stories I’d like to cover here too. Let’s get started:
In 1531, Henry is ready to annul his marriage to Catherine of Aragon and asks parliament to declare him Supreme Head of the Church of England. There are many who are against the idea, including Thomas More, Henry VIII’s chancellor, who is a devout Catholic. Read More New Show Recap: Wolf Hall 1×03, “Anna Regina”
So yesterday was International Women’s Day and to celebrate, we will have stories focusing on women, as well as cover a few other stories. I’ve highlighted positive stories, but there are a few stories that carry trigger warnings for rape and violence. Read More News in Asia Loves International Women’s Day
President Obama’s State of the Union address on Tuesday had its fair share of highlights, and we’ve also got updates on the situation in Yemen, a found Mars lander, and much more. It’s time for Friday News Bites…
Greetings, Persephoneers. We have a varied roundup of news stories this week, but still quite a bit about police misconduct. Let’s get started, and we’ll end on an up-note, I promise.
Greetings, citizens, and let’s get straight to it. Before we head to Kazakhstan, let’s have a look at this week’s serious news. Read More News in Europe: Visit Kazakhstan!
Eight months have elapsed since Matt Smith’s Doctor regenerated into Peter Capaldi, and for
mildly enthusiastic fans like myself, the wait has felt very, very long. However, Doctor Who‘s effective publicity machine rolled on, and between the BBC and people following the outdoor shooting schedule, the rest of us could at least have a few treats along the way. Mild spoilers await, Sweetie, but let’s take a look at some of my favorite moments since last Christmas.
Bones is off for another week so let’s talk about some television I have no trouble gushing over. Tally ho, old chaps. Read More Thank God for British TV