I’ll be honest; the news this week makes me want to rage quit the world slightly more than usual.
News Bites are back after a holiday hiatus, and in our time away, it seems so many people have died. Still, we have a few good things happening too. Let’s get started:
Damnit. I think I have a cold, and the kiddo got sent home from school with a fever yesterday. Pretty sure this is karma biting me in the ass for being happy that school was closed on Wednesday because of the snow.
News in Asia. Get your news from Asia here.
Welcome, welcome everyone. This week’s “News in Asia” is filled with the usual mix of good news and bad news and sometimes really awful news and sometimes some really awesome events. So let us begin…
Welcome back to News in Asia. There have been quite a few developments on the Asian continent in the last couple of weeks, so we will cover the major ones.
Hello, my friends. This edition of news will be more of the appetizer variety, as the news coming from the States is grim. I’ve been scouring for good news because I think we all could use it.
Last night I was bored and was texting with a Canadian friend. We met while we were both teaching in South Korea and she was telling me how it’s hard being separated from her boyfriend, who’s English. Basically, the best solution that does not involve marrying for a visa is to teach overseas together. They […]
Well as far as US news was concerned, it’s been a hell of week. Like literally from hell.
To tell you the truth, I don’t know how much more bad news I can take so this edition of news in Asia is going to focus more on funny, quirky, and positive news from Asia. However, there is some bad news that needs to be addressed:
Welcome to the latest installment of science news! We’ve got updates from Mars, a plethora of discoveries about ancient animals, and an island that doesn’t exist.
Cyber Monday? Sure, you can buy a cashmere sweater at 25% off, but wouldn't you rather read the best of the ladyblogs?
Science news is having a total eclipse of the sun today, along with some really smart animals and an awesome gif of the solar system.
Welcome to the science news, Nobel Prize/space jump/shrimp puke edition! (Yes, I am serious. Pics after the cut!)
This is News That Doesn’t Suck, where your P-mag writers share stories that restore our faith in humanity. This week, queSarahSarah and Selena are bring you all the good news that’s fit to type.