Monthly Archives: <span>August 2017</span>

Patients ‘could suffer’ as NHS trusts bust budgets – BBC News

“We have to rapidly regain control of NHS finances, otherwise we risk lengthening waiting times for patients, limiting their access to wider services and other reductions in the quality of patient care.” The NHS in England is already missing a series of key waiting time targets, including in A&E, cancer care and the ambulance service. Read more »

What Nutritionists Order At Their Favorite Restaurants

We love eating out so much that it’s not really a weekly treat as much as it is a regular part of our daily diet. But when you’re eating out that much, it’s sometimes good to have some organizing principles that can help you choose the healthiest foods while also helping you feel like you’re Read more »

Why I, a white man, took a black family’s house from Detroit to Rotterdam

I turned a Detroit house into a work of art for the community to be proud of, and people who think it is ruin porn have missed the point We took it all the walls, the windows. We took the whole exterior of the house from Stoepel Street 20194, just west of Detroit 8 Mile. Read more »

Champions League round of 16: previews for this week’s matches

A look forward to the weeks Champions League last-16 ties: Paris Saint-Germain v Chelsea, Benfica v Zenit, Roma v Real Madrid and Gent v Wolfsburg Paris Saint-Germain v Chelsea In a repeat of last seasons quarter-final, Chelsea will be looking for revenge over French champions Paris Saint-Germain after being dumped out by Laurent Blancs team Read more »

White guys arent the only ones who can save the world

I have very red hair. Growing up in a big Irish Catholic family packed with redheads, my hair was the reddest. After a few years where unwanted attention made me wish I could look like everybody (anybody) else, I embraced my hair, becoming something of a redhead advocate. Its not a high priority, but I Read more »

Anthony Joshua beats Charles Martin to win IBF world heavyweight title as it happened

Anthony Joshua made light work of Charles Martin to claim the IBF world heavyweight title, sending the defending champion to the canvas twice in round two before the referee brought a swift end to the fight Read more: Kareem MaizeHi my name is Kareem Maize and welcome to my personal blog. I am 26 Read more »

Ricky Gervais Doesn’t Care If You Thought His Jokes Were Transphobic

Ricky Gervais made a joke about Caitlyn Jenner minutes into Sunday’s 73rd annual Golden Globes telecast. Next, he took aim at Jeffrey Tambor, who was nominated for his portrayal of a transgender character on “Transparent.” And finally, he moved onto Eddie Redmayne and “The Danish Girl.”  Here’s an excerpt:  I’m going to be nice tonight. I’ve Read more »

Delving Into The Shadowy World Of Occult Art

“The word occult simply means hidden,” curator and writer Pam Grossman explained to The Huffington Post. Grossman is the curator of “Language of the Birds,” an exhibition now on view at New York University’s 80WSE Gallery. The exhibition’s title alludes to the mystical belief in a perfect, divine language, devised entirely of symbols, through which the Read more »

Angela Wrightson killers: A friendship that ended in murder – BBC News

Failures revealed over Angela Wrightson murder Can children be natural born killers? Teenage girls sentenced for torture killing The chaotic life and brutal death of Angela Wrightson There was no indication the two of them would launch such a brutal attack. The judge, Lord Justice Globe, warned the jury to bear in mind the younger Read more »

‘Guy Clark’s songs were like Peckinpah movies that powerful’

Friends and peers pay tribute to the late country star whose songs, which brought a literary gravitas to the genre, were covered by the best in the business Guy Clark, a songwriter who elevated American popular song by infusing it with literary depth, Townes Van Zandt, Rodney Crowell, David Olney, Billy Joe Shaver, among others. Read more »