The following is a guest post. Like many great cultural events, the Wimbledon tennis championships have generated other traditions, besides the game.
It’s British Pie Week! Not that I ever really need an excuse to make a pie, but it’s great to have an excuse to make more than one in a week.
Not long after we got engaged, my English husband-to-be and I decided to plan a bloom-filled spring wedding in England. It was easier for his UK-based family and friends, many whom had young kids, and my American friends and family were all enthused about the prospect of their first wedding where they could wear big […]
The following is a guest post. Have you heard? The surviving members of Monty Python are reuniting!
The following is a guest post. Christmas Morning 1660 – as is well known, 1660 was the year of the Restoration. But it wasn’t just the monarchy that was “restored” in that year.
The following is a guest post. “Remember, remember the 5th of November, Gunpowder, Treason & Plot. I see no reason why gunpowder, treason should ever be forgot.” Traditional British Rhyme
The following is a guest post. After 94 days, the world got a chance to see the newest heir to the throne of the United Kingdom and Northern Ireland. Prince George Alexander Louis of Cambridge, dressed in heirloom finery and held by his beaming father, waved his arms at his ‘Great-Gran’ the Queen.