I study and document historic buildings and their landscapes for a living – and part of that process involves telling the stories of the people that lived and worked in those spaces. These are important personal narratives, and help inform us about how everyday people used their buildings and shaped their surroundings.
The Film Fatales tell you whether there is magic in Woody Allen’s latest.
I’m a Brit who loves living in the USA! I’m very much an ex-jolly-hockey sticks Brit, who’s embraced the American lifestyle and to confirm this I now frequently don a cowboy hat and Daisy Dukes.
The following is a guest post. We often discuss PBS and BBC America’s programming on this blog, but if you’re not watching Netflix or Hulu you’re missing out on a whole cache of shows that you’d not see otherwise.
The following is a guest post. Over the centuries the rest of the world has bestowed upon the British people many a japing nickname (limey, pom, redcoat), but what do the Brits call themselves?
The following is a guest post. A smart love story about smart people—color The Film Fatales astounded!
The following is a guest post. Like many great cultural events, the Wimbledon tennis championships have generated other traditions, besides the game.
The following is a guest post. Only in Great Britain could you get away with some of the rudest names for a pub that you can ever imagine. Some could be named totally by innocent or created just to sound downright disgusting or offensive.
Before I reached my teenage years I had already had my fair share of house moves, so I got to know quite a few parts of England well. I have holidayed in many places across the British Isles and visited many sights on any serious tourist’s list.