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1. Vintage French Poster Art of the French Riviera.
Vintage French Poster Art of the French Riviera.
It is quite fashionable these days to collect 'vintage' artworks, magazine clippings and posters. We like the tones and the colours, the simplicity of design, the modernity without the obscurity, the golden glow that pours our of the old posters and travel catalogues, the glamourised perfume adve...
Culture & Society - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 23:15:23
2. The Best Childrens' Book: The Shirley Hughes Collection
The Best Childrens' Book: The Shirley Hughes Collection
I was brought up on Shirley Hughes stories and loved them thoroughly, not only the pictures but also the simple stories. When I discovered the stories had been collated into this wonderful anthology I was absolutely thrilled and have bought it for my baby daughter. Although she is too young I lov...
Books, Poetry & Writing - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 23:14:50
3. Sorry Charlie Day, April 6th
Sorry Charlie Day, April 6th
This is a strange celebration, why would we want people to sit around feeling sorry for themselves? Although, if we do allow one day per year for a little regret, melancholy, and pity, perhaps we can get it out of our systems and move on with our lives. Be honest with yourself, are you really as ...
Holidays & Celebrations - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 23:13:18
4. Harris Tweed on Tweed Day (3rd April)
Harris Tweed on Tweed Day (3rd April)
Tweed has a holiday, I have just discovered, and as a fan of this fantastic cloth, I am going to make a lens all about Tweed. There are rumours that Tweed Day is actually in 'honour' of William Magear "Boss" Tweed, who was born on April 3, 1823, a corrupt Senator who stole millions of dollars fro...
Culture & Society - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 23:13:17
5. London Underground: the Metropolitan Line
London Underground: the Metropolitan Line
I am going to write lenses about all the London Underground Lines, and it seems obvious to me that the Metropolitan Line is the place to start. It is the oldest underground railway line in the world, being opened on 10th January 1863. It is the first line that I discovered when I first went to Lo...
Travel & Places - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 23:13:50
6. London Underground: The District Line
London Underground: The District Line
The district line is a sprawling mass, resembling a paint splat with a tail, the lines converge in a centre, making it quite confusing for the underground novice. It was built shortly after the Metropolitan line, making it the second oldest tube line, indeed, some of the stations that had already...
Travel & Places - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 23:14:50
7. Lumpy Rug Day: Under the Lumps in your Rug (3rd May)
Lumpy Rug Day: Under the Lumps in your Rug (3rd May)
Yes, there is a holiday to honour the lumps in your carpet. It seems that this rather obscure holiday is frequently misinterpreted however. Whilst I am a huge fan of rugs and throws of any sort, there isn't an actual holiday for a lumpy bit of carpet. That would be rediculous. The real reason for...
Holidays & Celebrations - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 23:13:51
8. Sleepless Nights: Everything that goes on in the Dark
Sleepless Nights: Everything that goes on in the Dark
So. It's 04.43, and after a few hours of tossing and turning in a bed that apparently became extremely hot, sweaty, twisted and generally uncomfortable somewhere around 2am, I have accepted that I am awake and there is nothing I can do about it. Night Time. A very lonely and frustrating place for...
Healthy Living - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 23:15:26
9. Best Baby Buys
Best Baby Buys
I am going to record all my good and bad baby buys for the benefit of anyone trying to buy stuff for baby. There are stacks of commercial lists out there, and if their suggestions were followed your house would certainly be completely cluttered and your pockets empty. This is an ongoing list, and...
Parenting & Kids - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 23:13:50
10. Art Quiz
Art Quiz
I studied art history as an undergraduate, I just love art, in all it's forms. The Art Quiz is actually made up of different subjects, and each topic contains ten questions. If you do badly in one round, don't worry, perhaps you know more about architecture than painting! Good Luck!
Culture & Society - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 14:44:54
11. Baby Food Recipes
Baby Food Recipes
This lens will be continually updated as I discover new baby food recipes. I am happy to admit that I am not brilliant at feeding my baby. When I'm in a rush, or late getting back for dinner, or just too busy, I often rely on toast, or perhaps a banana. I know these aren't bad foods, but I am ver...
Food & Cooking - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 23:12:15
12. London Underground: The Northern Line
London Underground: The Northern Line
The Northern Line is the busiest London Underground tube line, with approximately 207,000,000 visitors per year. It is also one of the most complicated, but fortunately, you are in good hands. This was my tube line for three years, and I now know it like the back of my hand. Anyone with any exper...
Travel & Places - Fri, 12 Sep 2014 23:12:14

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