Photos: A fond adieu to Modern Family
The beloved show 'Modern Family' officially came to an end on Wednesday night after 11 seasons and 250 episodes. Groundbreaking when it first started, Modern Family showed us that no two family structures are the same, and that no matter what happens, family is family.
Boris Johnson's battle against COVID-19
Prime Minister Johnson’s body has a battle on its hands. Although he is middle-aged, and not particularly high risk, we have seen that people who are young, fit, and have no other complications are dying from this virus. Regardless of his politics (which I do not personally agree with), it’s important to remember that Boris Johnson is a human being, and I hope he recovers.
Photos: Inside India's lockdown
India is on day 15 of lockdown to stop the spread of the coronavirus. This is a look at how the lockdown is going in various parts of India. Some photos, like the ones of the police bearing down on the motorist, are a reminder that police brutality in the country over lockdown violations is at an all-time high. Other photos, like the ones of the labourers unloading sacks of grain from the goods train, people from shanties looking for food, homeless people sleeping on the streets, rickshaw pullers pulling people to their destinations, and daily wage labourers sitting idle near the shops where they usually work remind us that not everyone has the privilege to socially distance and lockdown in safety.
Photos: Goodbye Bill Withers
William Harrison Withers Jr. (July 4, 1938 – March 30, 2020) was an American singer-songwriter and musician. He recorded several major hits, including "Ain't No Sunshine" (1971), "Grandma's Hands" (1971), "Use Me" (1972), "Lean on Me" (1972), "Lovely Day" (1977), and "Just the Two of Us" (1980). Withers won three Grammy Awards and was nominated for six more. His life was the subject of the 2009 documentary film Still Bill. He was inducted into the Rock and Roll Hall of Fame in 2015.
Pandemic Cookery: Week Two
Nourish yourself. It is your act of defiance and survival in a world that increasingly feels like it's out to get you.
UK volunteer group delivers food to the over seventies during the Coronavirus pandemic
The Chequers pub in the village of Aylesford has been cooking and distributing freshly cooked meals and food parcels for those in most need in the surrounding area, and sending them out via a team of volunteers as the Coronavirus pandemic continues to grip the country. Many of the food parcels are taken to residents at the Royal British Legion village, an area housing military veterans, many of whom are unable to leave their homes.
Photos: Hypothetical reenactment of customs and traditions of Etruscan warriors: 4th/5th Century BC
The Archaeological Park of Forcello staged an authentic reenactment of the lives of Etruscan warriors as they must have lived them in 4th/5th century BC.
(Photos) Easter egg collection in Leipzig
Kerstin Dischereit has collected around 5000 Easter eggs from all over the world, some of them unusual in design, from the 12-17 centimetre ostrich egg, 13 centimetre emu egg, 9 centimetre duck egg and a few millimetres small snail egg, in her display cases and many boxes. The trained calligrapher has been known as an egg artist herself for over 20 years and has already designed thousands of Easter eggs using various techniques.