Listen, folks, if you’re in London these days – not to mention if you live in the British capital – there’s a special treat for you: yummy M&M, a.k.a. Marilyn Monroe
Madrid in the 1960s as told by Lois Netell in GUIDEPOST on 30 May 1986: The infamous Franco regime in its “best” ambience
The U.S. Treasury has announced a dramatic change to the images on the $5, $10, and $20 bills, to be revealed in the year 2020. Samantha Masunaga of the LA Times quotes the Treasury Secretary Jacob Lew as saying that black abolitionist Harriet Tubman would appear on the front of the bill and Jackson would appear on the back The release of the $20 bill in 2020 would coincide with the 100th anniversary of the passage of the 19th amendment to the Constitution which gave women the right to vote.
Listening to Catalan congresswoman Anna Gabriel, one gets a sense of déjà vu. Isn’t what she wants to do with children today what the hippies across America and other parts of the world tried to do in communes when she herself was just a baby in Sallent de Llobregat? As the hippie van says on its rear bumper, “flashbacks happen”
“In these jaded times, Bucharest´s epicurism is a shot of the ultra modern with a dash of its traditional gastronomic local classicism”
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While President Barack Obama has taken to the skies in his final year in office, building a legacy of diplomatic efforts spanning the globe Strangely, the U.S. media seems to practically ignore his international travels while they focus on the all-consuming coverage of the campaigning to replace him in November
History comes into play in the discernible predilection by Filipino investors for prime real estate properties in Spain