May 30, 2014 - 17:10 BST hellomagazine.com Prince Harry will attend an England World Cup match during his tour of Brazil this June. The young Prince will also be visiting Chile during the month, which will coincide with this year's FIFA World Cup. Prince Harry will attend an England World Cup match during his tour of Brazil this June. The young Prince will also be visiting Chile during the month, which will coincide with this year's FIFA World Cup. Prince Harry in Brazil in 2012 The visit to the South American countries are designed to enhance the partnership between the UK and the two countries. While the visit will be Harry's first time in Chile, his time in Brazil will build on the links he forged during an official visit to the country in March 2012 for the Queen's Diamond Jubilee. The report comes via the Daily Express newspapers's royal reporter, who revealed the news on social media site Twitter. … [Read more...] about Prince Harry to watch England World Cup game
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CHEERS! Pub gardens reopened today, and hordes of thirsty Brits enjoyed an open-air drink. But the prospect gives me the chills, especially as snow, hail and the usual April showers are said to be on the way. So today I reveal how to keep warm and dry without splashing out. Here are my pub garden gear ideas . . . LOW-LOLLY BROLLY: We all know a trusty brolly is an essential for pub gardens this week. If yours has seen better days, you needn’t splash out a fortune on one. Nab a smart, windproof golf umbrella from susino.co.uk for just £9.99 — under half the price of the popular Fulton Stormshield brolly, £28 at John Lewis. SAVE: £18.01 WELLY GOOD: When it pours down, Wellington boots are indispensable. Thankfully you can grab some slightly more elegant, black patent Festival rubber wellies on ebay.co.uk for £24 — and they’re very similar to designer brand Hunter’s riding wellies at £125. SAVE: £101 COLD PINT, WARM HANDS: For chilly evenings, order the … [Read more...] about Now pubs have reopened, make sure you’re prepared for any weather with our guide
Do Van Chien named President of VFF Central Committee Do Van Chien, President of the VFF Central Committee for the ninth tenure, speaks at the meeting in Hanoi on April 12 Do Van Chien, Secretary of the Party Central Committee and Secretary of the Party Delegation of the Vietnam Fatherland Front (VFF), has been assigned as President of the VFF Central Committee for the ninth tenure (2019-2024). The VFF Central Committee held a meeting in Hanoi on April 12 to discuss the appointment of its President and additional members to its Presidium. All in attendance agreed to assign Chien as a member of the VFF Central Committee and its Presidium, and President of the VFF Central Committee for the ninth tenure. His predecessor, Politburo member Tran Thanh Man, was recently elected Vice Chairman of the 14th National Assembly (NA). In his inauguration address, Chien said the VFF should push ahead with performing its duties in the election of deputies to the 15th NA and all-level … [Read more...] about VIETNAM NEWS HEADLINES APRIL 13
Gene Seymour is a critic who has written about music, movies and culture for The New York Times, Newsday, Entertainment Weekly and The Washington Post. Follow him on Twitter @GeneSeymour . The opinions expressed in this commentary are solely those of the author. View more opinion at CNN. (CNN) The widespread yet varying attention drawn by Ken Burns and Lynn Novick's "Hemingway" documentary series -- which ran its course on PBS last week -- proves, if nothing else, that its subject still lingers in the world's collective consciousness almost a century after his first books were first published. Gene Seymour While Ernest Hemingway may no longer dominate the literary scene as he had by the middle of the 20th century, the mystique of his public and private lives resonates into the 21st. The most mysterious question to me is: Why do we still care about him? If one had to name American writers from the previous century with … [Read more...] about Why do we still care about Ernest Hemingway?
For the most up-to-date news and information about the coronavirus pandemic, visit the WHO website . For plenty of people in the US, setting up a COVID-19 vaccine appointment has meant sitting in front of a computer, endlessly refreshing multiple browsers in hopes of snagging a rare open slot through their health provider or a nearby pharmacy. At times, getting a spot can seem like trying to win the lottery. (Actually, lottery odds might feel more favorable given limited vaccine supply and high demand .) Teenagers Sam Mendelson and Daniel Stoiber wanted to help their parents avoid the frustrating vaccine-chasing frenzy, so they got creative and ended up helping Mom and Dad, plus a lot more people. The friends built a Twitter bot, CovaxSF , that tracks vaccine availability by scanning California's MyTurn vaccine database and alerts followers when (and where) appointments in the San Francisco Bay Area open up. As of this writing, it has more than 2,200 followers. "The … [Read more...] about Teens build Twitter bot to help COVID vaccine hopefuls snag appointments