Even if you’re not a student of design, chances are you’re familiar with the work of Frank Lloyd Wright — the man the American Institute of Architects calls the “greatest American architect of all time.”
Month: January 2010
Do the authorities force famous people who have been arrested to wash off their make-up and mess up their hair and look as if they’ve been sleeping in a ditch just before they take a mug shot?
I’ve been nominated for a London Music Award for favourite media personality.
A phenomenon that used to be restricted to garage sales is showing up on auction websites. People really, seriously, overestimate the value of their stuff.
Complaints have sprung up from fundraisers for Haiti earthquake relief regarding some comments made by Conan O’Brien on his last Tonight Show.
Larry Winget wants parents to know a few things and he’s very direct about it: Your kids aren’t special. They might even be a mess. And what’s worse, if you don’t do the right thing they will grow up to be messy adults like the sports heroes who are screwing up their lives.
I love to pop into a dollar store as much as the next gal does.
My taste in music is eclectic. I may go loopy over one song by an artist and not like anything else they do. My in-car collection mixes country with rock with classic rock and pure pop. Nickelback lives alongside Def Leppard and Boston and Tim McGraw.
I want to go there!
My brother sent these photos from Machu Picchu, Peru last night and they were so spectacular, I had to share them. His trip south will continue as soon as some bike parts arrive but for now, he’s touring the area and yesterday he went through the Incan ruins.
The broadcasting community was buzzing yesterday about a nationwide slash-and-burn at CITY TV stations.
London is a vibrant and beautiful city. It has some of the country’s best higher-learning institutions, loads of greenery and lush parks and it’s well known as a test market for new products and new ideas. If you can make it work in London, it will work everywhere else.
Last night the pat-ourselves-on-the-back season of award giving continued with the Golden Globe Awards in Beverly Hills.
Back when I worked at 680 News I was adamantly against playing 911 tapes of distress calls on the air. The only exceptions were those calls from September 11th, released long after the fact, when describing the scenes as they unfolded, first hand, seemed newsworthy. But I thought a call from a frantic person describing …
I’ll be spending a lot of my weekend at the CPT Racing Experience at the Western Fair Agriplex.
Maybe you heard the story a couple of weekends ago and maybe you didn’t. It happened outside a home in BC’s Fraser Valley.
Something wonderful happened this week.