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Bars & Pubs - Yum Cha at House of Crabs

Sun 07 Jun The Norfolk's upstairs crab shack will be setting sail for the Orient during the Queen's Birthday long weekend, unleashing a whopper of a yum cha menu...

Raising Hay and a Little Hell in a Man’s Field

It’s a man’s world, or at least that is a popular belief when it comes to farming. But today approximately half of Midwest and Great Plains farm and ranch land is owned or co-owned by women. Phyllis McCain of Norfolk, Neb. is one of those women landowners. Show More Summary

Local Authority Numismatist and Archaeologist on Norwich Detecting

Dr. Adrian Marsden (professional numismatist) and Dr Andrew Rogerson, both of Norfolk Historic Environment Service and both participants in the film by the campaign group 'Green Light For Change - Metal Detecting in Ireland' have atShow More Summary

Alien Bases in Antarctica

Most people are unaware that in 1947, Admiral Byrd ran an invasion called "Highjump" in Antarctica. This involved 4000 troops from America, Australia and the UK, departing in ships from Norfolk, Virginia. The goal was a land grab and...Show More Summary

Railroads Review: Norfolk Southern, CSX, Union Pacific

Railroad stocks took a beating last week, as Kansas City Southern lowered its revenue expectations on weak energy sector volumes and foreign exchange headwinds. In this review, we take a look at carloads for major U.S. railroads - Norfolk Southern, CSX, and Union Pacific – with a particular focus on their energy related commodities.

Daily Downloads (The Old Ceremony, The Duke of Norfolk, and more)

Every day, Daily Downloads offers free and legal music and/or stream. Today's free and legal mp3 downloads: The Duke of Norfolk: "A Revolutionary Waltz" [mp3] Eliot Wilder: Remember Me album [mp3] Faun the Flame: "Thief" [mp3] Great Mutations: Cheap Stuff...

Branching Out

Connecticut College completed $10 million library reno five months ahead of schedule; The Norfolk Public Library, NE, gained voter approval for a tax increase to fund its expansion, and more library construction and renovation news from the May 1, 2015, issue of Library Journal

Pel-Air crash victim wins right to compensation for PTSD

Karen Casey, the nurse who was seriously injured in the Pel-Air crash near Norfolk Island in 2009, has won the right to claim compensation from the air operator for damages for post traumatic stress disorder (PTSD). A judge of the Supreme Court in Sydney ruled that compensation does apply in the case brought by Ms [...]

Going Out Guide for Montgomery County, May 14-20, 2015

THU 14Chuggalug Bethesda Urban Partnership’s summer concert series begins with the Top 40 rock band. 6-8 p.m. Veterans Park, Woodmont and Norfolk avenues, Bethesda. 301-215-6660. Free.Read full article >>

VA: Va. Beach Council to Vote on Light Rail, Budget

May 12--VIRGINIA BEACH -- The City Council will vote this evening on the city budget for next year and what option, if any, it prefers for a possible light rail extension from Norfolk. Both issues have been contentious, especially the possibility of bringing The Tide here and spending $20 million for the project, which hasn't been approved. Show More Summary

Massive Royal Caribbean Cruise Ship Docks in Norfolk

 Royal Caribbean’s Brilliance of the Seas, one of the biggest ships on the seven seas, docked in port at Nauticus, Norfolk for a short time and fueled big business across Hampton Roads.

Woman Gets A Beautiful Mother's Day Surprise From Her Son in the Armed Forces

A U.S. naval commander based out of Norfolk, Virginia doesn't get to see his mother as much as he'd like to. Ryan Breed decides to do something special for his mother when she least expects it. When you see what happens, you will be lost for words…this is a beautiful surprise!

?the trailer for the goob has just dropped

2 weeks agoLifestyle / Fashion : Vice: i-D

The Norfolk banger-racing, coming-of-age drama is not messing about.

Kate Middleton & Prince William Ask For Privacy From the Media - Read Their Letter

Kate Middleton and Prince William have written a letter to photographers requesting privacy during this time. Norfolk police handed out the letter to media after returning to Anmer Hall, their village home on the Queen’s Sandringham Estate. The royal family (Prince William, Duchess Kate, Prince George, and Princess Charlotte) have arrived back to Amner Hall [...]

"Human-shaped" mushrooms

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : TYWKIWDBI

A newly discovered species of fungus with an uncanny resemblance to little humans has been found on the roadside in Norfolk. With fleshy heads, arms and legs, the mushrooms, discovered by Jonathan Revett in Cockley Cley, Norfolk have just been classified as a new species... The mushrooms have been named as geastrum britannicum to reflect them being unique to the UK.

Lack of Inspection Doesn't Establish Prox Cause in RR Crash

Charles Harris worked on the sixth floor of the Black Bear Preparation Plant which, sadly, was a coal loading facility, not a bear manufacturing facility. One day, Norfolk Southern railroad, owners of the trains and track receiving coal, backed a train along a corroded section of track. The train derailed,......

Prince William And Kate Middleton Go To Country Home With Their Kids

The Cambridges have left London! Well, they still have their place at Kensington Palace, Apartment 1A, but Prince William and Kate Middleton have left the city for their newly-refurbished home based, Anmer Hall, which is in Norfolk, on Queen Elizabeth’s Sandringham estate. Of course Prince George and Princess Charlotte are with them. RELATED: Prince William […]

Kate Middleton, Princess Charlotte Return Home To Norfolk, Duchess’s Mother To Help Instead Of Nanny

Kate Middleton, Prince William, Prince George and Princess Charlotte have returned home to their Norfolk mansion as they begin to settle into life as a family. Ever since Princess Charlotte was born on Saturday morning the foursome have been spending time at their London residence in Kensington Palace. Show More Summary

Wow, Mother Nature: Lil People Shaped Mushrooms

2 weeks agoHumor / odd : Geekologie

This is a newly discovered poisonous mushroom species (Geastrum britannicum) from Norfolk, England. They were found on the roadside by fungi lover Jonathan Revett, and look like little people. Obviously, this is exactly how rumors about real life Smurfs get started. Thanks to RODNEY, whose parents may or may not have had a grasp of lowercase letters when he was born.

Bad Touch-Half Way Home

Self-Release/Independent 2015 Formed back in November of 2009 while it's members were still serving time in high school and college, Bad Touch are a up-and-coming classic rock and roll band based in Dereham, Norfolk. Comprised of vocalist...Show More Summary

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