Good news from the Supreme Court? Free nipples? “Solidarity” gone horribly wrong? Must be time to update your reading list! Read More This Week in Lady Reads
Hello, unicorns! Happy Friday. It’s time for another sampler platter of interesting news and entertainment updates, so let’s get started. Read More Friday News Bites: Internet as Utility, Fifty Shades Boycott + More
Hello and welcome back to more regular updates from Europe. Unfortunately, the news don’t really stop during the summer break, so let’s see what’s been happening. Read More News in Europe: Same Old, Some New
How are there only three episodes left? How? There is so much happening.
[Trigger warning for single mention of attempted rape]
This December, I had a week’s holidays from work that I had to take before 2012, or they’d disappear into whatever ether bureaucratic allowances go. So off I flew to Iceland. In winter. Bear with me, it’s not as mad an idea as you might think…
Yes, Iceland in winter is, um, icy. And snowy–as the plane descended, I leaned out the window looking for my first sight of land, because I’m a kid like that, but it took me a few minutes to realise that I’d been staring at it for several minutes. I just hadn’t recognised it, because it was just all snow. And there is only about four hours of daylight. Read More Winter Holidays: Iceland
Welcome to this week’s European Roundup! We have Italian homophobes, new energy sources in Iceland, and dictators and weddings for you.
Welcome to the Persephone ESC Countdown. Next up are Hungary and Iceland.