Plymouth mourns Bobbi-Anne McLeod as family's fears are realised
t 6pm on Saturday, Bobbi-Anne McLeod took the short walk up the hill from her family's terraced home in the Leigham area of Plymouth to a bus stop.
As Craft Beer Culture Evolves, Cult Bottle Openers Emerge | Wine Enthusiast
In 2013, a friend gave John Miller a hand-carved piece of wood with a bolt on the end to use as a bottle opener. An avid beer drinker and trader, Miller had dabbled in woodworking in the past.
Antonino Coppola: Italian man, 23, missing for two months in London found safe and well
A n Italian man who went missing for more than two months in East London has been found safe and well.
A nice sit down: benches of Redditch calendar takes Britain by storm
hen most people choose a calendar to pin on their wall their decision is usually along the lines of famous footballer, film or pop star or animals.
Poetry inspired by a viral photo of drowned migrants wins the National Book Award
The Rio Grande is seen from the International Bridge near a section of the U.S.-Mexico border where a father and daughter drowned attempting to cross into the United States in 2019, in Matamoros, Tamaulipas.
How a confrontation on a Rhode Island beach led to a libel lawsuit - and involvement from the ACLU
A summertime confrontation on a Rhode Island beach has continued on even long after the warm weather left the Ocean State's adored coastline.
Canadians in Germany: Who are they and where do they live?
Although the accents of Germany's approximately 13,500 Aussies or 117,000 Brits may be more easily distinguished from the nearly 120,000 Americans living here, you still stand a good chance of running into a Canadian in Germany - politely, of course.
Six Pro Tips to Start a Tasting Club at Home | Wine Enthusiast
The benefits of tasting clubs are numerous, whether they're hosted in person or online. They can provide an economical way to sample a wide range of bottles.
'I could count all its teeth': Italian couple find burglar is endangered brown bear
An Italian woman who investigated what she thought was a burglar on her balcony, has described a petrifying encounter with a rare brown bear.
Saying Goodbye to Melbourne's Long Lockdown (Again)
It's been a year and a day since the first time Melbourne reopened. Some things have changed. Some haven't.