By partially filling saucers with vinegar and distributing the saucers around a room, you can eliminate odors.
There are more than one million animal species on Earth!
Indian Military Academy in Dehradun is the world’s premier officers training academy for Indian Army. Established in 1932, it has trained over 60000 gentlemen cadets till date. The Chetwode Hall and the drill square is seeped in military history of valor and courage. The training battalions are named after epic battles which have been fought… viaContinue reading “Tanhaji – The unsung warrior — The Time Lock”
“Home Before Dark,” Apple TV Plus’ mystery series inspired by the real-life reporting of 9-year-old investigative journalist Hilde Lysiak, has nabbed an early Season 2 renewal ahead of its series premiere on April 3. Directed and executive produced by Jon M. Chu and created by showrunners and exec producers Dana Fox and Dara Resnik, the… viaContinue reading “Apple TV Plus Mystery ‘Home Before Dark’ Renewed for Season 2 Ahead of Series Premiere — Variety”
Rob McElhenney, Charlie Day and Megan Ganz’s “Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet” has been renewed for a second season ahead of its series debut, Apple TV Plus announced Sunday. The half-hour comedy follows a team of developers as they navigate the challenges of running a popular video game. It was inspired by McElhenney’s visit to Ubisoft’s… viaContinue reading “Apple TV Plus Renews ‘Mythic Quest: Raven’s Banquet’ Ahead of Series Premiere — Variety”
In some ways, Rob Lowe is a fit for the Ryan Murphy universe. Something about his actorly vanity — so much a part of his star persona that it tends to impact every project he works on — feels lurid and unseemly in exactly the bad-taste way as does much of Murphy’s work. A plotline,… viaContinue reading “‘9-1-1: Lone Star’: TV Review — Variety”
#NowReading Octavia Butler’s 1979 classic KINDRED. Just a little light sci-fi featuring time-travel and the antebellum South. Never forget that the late, great Octavia E. Butler is a great American treasure. Btw, I’m known to drink 2-3 cups of tea a day. I’ve already had 3 this morning! Have a good day, my lovelies. via Time-TravelingContinue reading “Time-Traveling on a Lazy Sunday — Lost Signal”
It is the Sunday of the NFL conference games, one of the most exciting times of the year. At the end of today, we will know which two teams will play in Super Bowl LIV for the right to be called champions. Will Aaron Rodgers and the Green Bay Packers represent the NFC, or the… viaContinue reading “Are there NFL games today? NFL 2020 playoff calendar, start times, TV channel, streaming on connected devices — Archynetys”
Gary Stocker shares the story of a murder, a ghost and a saint… whose legend I explore at the end of Gary’s post: In the Warwickshire village of Offchurch in the 1650s a man was stabbed to death in a lane behind St Gregory’s Church. The murderer hid in the tower, escaped and was never […]Continue reading “Living Lore: Murder, Ghosts and Sainthood in Offchurch ~ Gary Stocker — Sue Vincent’s Daily Echo”
I side-eyed Ruth Ware’s The Turn of the Key because it nods at James’s “The Turn of the Screw,” one classic I’ve abhorred since I had the misfortune to read it in a 19th century lit class. I hate James’s twisted, labyrinthine sentences, his dunce of a narrator, and the creepy setting. I like my […]Continue reading “MINI-REVIEW: Ruth Ware’s THE TURN OF THE KEY — Miss Bates Reads Romance”