10 of the best creative retreats in the UK and Europe Want to sit quietly with your paints or handicrafts, burst into song, or use kung fu or dance to get moving? We pick holidays for nourishing your inner maker Dancing, Paros, Greece Making and mending, Hampshire Photography, Sierra Nevada, Spain Writing, Donegal, Ireland Boatbuilding, and other crafts, Scotland Sculpture & kung fu, the Netherlands Arts and crafts, West Sussex Painting, Haute Pyrénées, France Ancienne Poste Art Retreat, France Songwriting, Cascais, Portugal Woodwork, Gloucestershire
Why MacKenzie Bezos deserves half of her husband's wealth | Jill Filipovic The Bezoses will probably settle their divorce quietly. But I hope MacKenzie fights for a share of their assets that is consonant with her contributions This week, Amazon’s Jeff Bezos and his wife MacKenzie announced that they are divorcing It needn’t be: MacKenzie should walk away with a clean half This is already the law in Washington state, where the couple lives (they have other residences as well, but Amazon is headquartered in Seattle) MacKenzie, in other words, made significant sacrifices to make Amazon work
Why Puerto Rico Is No. 1 on Our Places to Go List Recovering from Hurricane Maria, in 2019 the island represents so many fragile spots around the globe. Perhaps it would not be such a stretch to redefine the relationship between leisure travelers and their dream destinations Get weekly updates from our Travel Dispatch newsletter, with tips on traveling smarter, destination coverage and photos from all over the world
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Disasters, drudgery and dreams of jam: the best books to explore the Antarctic Ernest Shackleton’s account of his mission and Jenny Diski’s acidic travelogue are among author Jean McNeil’s favourites Antarctica is the fifth largest continent, but it is home to almost nothing Everything else, including humans, must migrate or die In its vacant extremity, the Antarctic presents a challenge to writing, the aesthetic equivalent of scaling Everest Photograph: Hulton Archive/Getty Images It appears out of the fog and low clouds, like a white comet in the twilight
Why you should visit Wool in Dorset If you’ve heard of the village of Wool recently, it’ll most likely be because PETA, the animal rights organisation, asked it to rename itself Vegan Wool. If you’ve heard of the village of Wool recently, it’ll most likely be because PETA, the animal rights organisation, asked it to rename itself Vegan Wool What if the press were the true lambs of this tale, pinned down by PETA, our journalistic fluff brutally scissored..
The luxurious wellness holidays to help you be your best self Australians are seeking more relaxing holiday locations and wanting to better themselves after the new year - and these holiday spots are perfect for that. With the new year having just begun, many are struggling with the conflict between their newly made resolutions and the desire to let their hair down and enjoy the summer Beautiful local: This retreat is set on the Campuhan riverbank and is perfect for time to heal and reflect Would you want to spend time here
Makeshift mart welcomes locals next to Toyosu fish market site A special makeshift Among the ready-to-eat items served were Toyosu nabe (hot pot) made from buri (Japanese amberjack) and vegetables Yuta Akasaka, 31, who lives near the market, came with his family and purchased bluefin tuna costing 2,000 yen ($18), along with three aji, or horse mackerel, selling for 1,000 yen The price is somewhat high, but the freshness cannot be beat, he said
Vanessa Hudgens honors late father Greg with American Cancer Society She tragically lost her father Greg to cancer in January of 2016.And Vanessa Hudgens is partnering with the American Cancer Society to help raise money for the non-profit. She tragically lost her father Greg to cancer in January of 2016 In the photo, the star looked beautiful in a brown plaid blazer over a cropped white sweater 'All proceeds will support the American Cancer Society's Community Health Advocates implementing Nationwide Grants for Empowerment and Equity (CHANGE) program, which promotes health equity and addresses cancer-related disparities,' noted the organization
Focus now is on whether Ghosn can win early release on bail Unless Carlos Ghosn is unexpectedly re-arrested on new accusations, the next major judicial test sur But prosecutors are expected to put up a fight in arguing against the release of Ghosn, in comparison to their approach when Kelly's lawyer sought early release In Ghosn's case, a veteran criminal court judge said a key factor will be the extent to which prosecutors can demonstrate concern that he would conceal or destroy evidence if released
The wall isn't medieval The wall won't work "not because it's a throwback to imagined medieval barbarism," writes medieval historian David Perry, "but because it's a con." Solutions to medieval challenges required leaders who were flexible, intelligent, and able to understand the complexities of their world, says Perry, and that's just as true today. (CNN)Lately, both President Trump and his political opponents have wreaked collateral damage on an undeserving soft target in their discussions of a border wall: the Middle Ages When people describe modern problems as medieval, they are trying to impose a chronological distance between our times and the issue at hand The wall won't work -- not because it's a throwback to imagined medieval barbarism, but because it's a con
Top 10 departure cities for the Antarctic region - Travel [Photo/IC] Chinese travelers to the Antarctic have grown by 100 times over the past decade
Radio signals unlikely to be extragalactic aliens saying 'hi' - Opinion From a large perspective, some scientists believe the radius of the universe is 13.7 billion light-years; The FRB signal this time has travelled about one ninth of that to reach us With more wide-field radio telescopes being put into use in the future, scientists are expected to observe more similar FRBs and solve the mystery
Google maps: Strange disguise causes hilarity among shoppers – but what is it? GOOGLE maps cameras honed in on an animal in very unfamiliar surroundings during its latest hilarious scenes, captured by the street view team. No ordinary cute pink piglet, this particular fun-loving mammal was in fact a man dressed up in a full head mask with beady eyes and a neon snout It is unclear whether the retailer regularly dresses in character, or it was just a one-off Hopefully it made a speedy recovery and its collapse did not prove fatal, though the outcome is as yet unknown