• December 23, 2021

Sophia Arch Jewellery

Sophia Arch Founded by London-based designer Lucille Whiting in 2006, Sophia Arch is an up-and-coming Greek label that creates contemporary jewellery using recycled precious metals and experimental techniques. She was trained as a furniture and product designer and loves to experiment with different materials. Her pieces are simple and minimalistic, and feature motifs derived from…

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Top 10 Live Bands For Weddings

Top 10 Live Bands If you’re planning a lavish, high-energy party, a live band is a must-have. From classics to contemporary pop, these bands can provide the soundtrack for any wedding celebration. Some of the most popular choices include: The Dukes, a high-energy jazz duo from London, and the Sugar Hill Gang, an acoustic trio…

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Looking For a Piano Teacher in Punggol, Singapore?

Piano Teacher in Punggol If you are looking for a good piano teacher in Punggol, Singapore, you will want to look no further than Shirley Huang. She has been teaching children for over 10 years, and is a patient, effective piano teacher. She believes that learning the instrument is more than just about acquiring a…

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Nine things to do when a spouse or parent passes away

As we get older, we inevitably face the loss of a loved one. Sometimes we have time to prepare, other times it is sudden. If we are lucky enough to have some time to prepare ourselves mentally and emotionally, the process of coordinating these elements can be much more controlled and organized. If death is…

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Choose the best sides, drinks and desserts to accompany the pizza

Oh, hot pizza! Some people can live on pizza alone, without eating anything else. The average American eats up an incredible 23 pounds of pizza each year, and even more pizza if you live in a college dorm. And while pizza is definitely an American (and global) staple, there are certain sides, drinks, and desserts…

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The one thing collection agencies don’t want you to know

Closed border states are ideal for people who owe money to live because many collection agencies can never call or communicate with you in any way. The exceptions to this are business accounts and if the collection agency that is trying to collect a debt from you is licensed in the same state that it…

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The best safaris in Africa

As you drive through the picturesque savanna landscape, tall grass and pristine acacia trees dot the horizon. The animal sightings are overwhelming. At first glance, you will run towards your camera to take a photo of the grazing animals; giraffes, zebras, wildebeest, impalas, antelope and oryx. It is amazing to think how many centuries have…

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Artificial Intelligence Everywhere: A Book Review

Ever wonder how our modern computers came to be? If you do, then perhaps you’d like to read some amazing history and consider the whole philosophical debate on artificial intelligence, machine learning, and some of the perceived future uses of this technology. If so, I would like to recommend a very interesting book to you.…

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Earth Ox 2009 in a Year of Fire

2009 is the year of the terrestrial ox from the perspective of Chinese astrology. The element that cycles every two years is known as the celestial stem; so there are oxen of fire, earth, metal, water and wood. Variations in the celestial stem influence one’s personality, which explains why not all oxen (people or years)…

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Mafiosi, Gangs, Criminals, and Criminals – William J Sharkey

He was a thief, a pickpocket, a Tammany Hall politician, and eventually a murderer. However, William J. Sharkey was best known for his daring escape from death row in New York City’s Tombs Prison. Sharkey was born in New York City in 1845 to a wealthy family residing in the Ninth Ward of Manhattan. Despite…

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