Gordon Ramsay partners with Harrah's Resort Southern California on a Hell's Kitchen restaurant
Gordon Ramsay will open a Hell's Kitchen restaurant at Harrah's Resort Southern California in the spring of 2022, according to a news release from the northern San Diego County property.
Cornish churchgoers 'gobsmacked' as Bidens join them for Sunday service
Churchgoers in Cornwall have said they were left "gobsmacked" after Joe Biden, the US president, and his wife Jill Biden were spotted at Sunday service.
The Bidens meet with Queen Elizabeth at Windsor Castle.
Queen Elizabeth II welcomed President Biden and the first lady, Dr. Jill Biden, to her home, Windsor Castle, on Sunday in a very private visit, with cameras and reporters kept well away.
President Biden and Jill Biden will meet with the queen at Windsor Castle.
President Biden and his wife, Jill Biden, are scheduled to meet again with Queen Elizabeth II on Sunday at Windsor Castle as part of the U.S. leader's first foreign trip as president.
Portrait of Irish writer Edna O'Brien unveiled
A new portrait of Irish writer Edna O'Brien has been purchased by the state and will be installed at the Irish Embassy in London later this year.
Ontario's free provincial park weekday passes, new programs address overcrowding concerns | CBC News
In a bid to help space out visits to Ontario's parks and prevent overcrowding, the provincial government is providing free day-use permits at 115 parks from Monday to Thursday.
Diana's wedding dress goes on display at Kensington Palace
Fashion fans and royal followers will be able to get a closeup look at the dress that Diana, Princess of Wales, wore on her wedding day in 1981.
Classic Trial winner Alenquer set to reappear in King Edward VII
Alenquer has Royal Ascot on his agenda having been forced to miss the Cazoo Derby and the German equivalent.
With 'Younger' and 'The Bold Type' Ending, Will TV Turn the Page?
Series have long depicted media jobs as glitzy and aspirational. But with several such shows wrapping up as much of the news and publishing business craters, is this the end of an era?
Boris Johnson gave Shakespeare speech as pandemic loomed, fuelling suspicions he was writing book
Boris Johnson gave the public a bizarre two-minute monologue on the wonders of Shakespeare as the Covid threat loomed last year - fuelling claims that he was focused on writing a book.