The X-files Filming Location 2/

A-maze-ing Laughter is a 2009 bronze sculpture by Yue Minjun, located in Morton Park in Vancouver, Canada. The patinated bronze sculpture, composed of 14 statues each about three metres tall and weighing over 250 kilograms,[4] portrays the artist’s own image “in a state of hysterical laughter”. (x) The Lost Art of Forehead Sweat, Season 11 episode of The X-files were filmed here in 2017. Disclaimer: The photos from the filming our not mine. They are taken from the following websites: x & x Continue reading The X-files Filming Location 2/

P!nk received the Legend of Live Award at the 2019 Billboard Live Music Summit

P!nk is the first female solo artist to receive Billboard’s top honour for touring. P!nk is the first female solo artist to win the Legend of Live award, Billboard’s top honor for touring and live performance. P!nk’s Beautiful Trauma tour grossed a staggering $397.3 million with more than 3 million tickets in 2018 and 2019, making it the 10th highest grossing tour in Billboard Boxscore’s history –- and the biggest for a woman in over a decade. Read Full Article at Billboard.com website. Continue reading P!nk received the Legend of Live Award at the 2019 Billboard Live Music Summit

Curious Tavern

The Curious Tavern can be found in the city centre and it’s situated in Nottingham’s oldest hotel, constructed in 1822, and formerly known as ‘The George Hotel’. The Curious Tavern is part of an establishment steeped in history. Once one of Nottingham’s premiere hotels, the building has seen many famous guests stay within the walls including Lord Byron, Charles Dickens, Elizabeth Taylor and Richard Burton. This is one of those pubs that’s going to look very pretty on your Instagram feed. The interior design is really cool. The staff is very nice and helpful, and the selection of alcoholic beverages … Continue reading Curious Tavern

Five Leaves & Bookwise Secondhand Shop

When I travel one of the things on my must do list is exploring the local, independent bookshops. I do some research, go visit and buy some books. Also, I keep being loud about supporting local businesses. So when I was in Nottingham, I visited two bookshops; Five Leaves and Bookwise Secondhand Shop Five Leaves Publications was set up in 1996 and has published around 200 literary, political, social history and other titles, including a strong Jewish list and books for young adults. The bookshop opened in 2013 with a strong emphasis on independent publishing. – For more details go … Continue reading Five Leaves & Bookwise Secondhand Shop

Mercato Metropolitano to open new site at Mayfair

Mercato Metropolitano is a movement of everything that is natural and sustainable, ensuring access to nutritious and adequate food for everyone. They bring together natural, traceable and unadulterated food, presented on recycled, simple and natural serving-ware. The focus is on the products, artisan producers and customers rather than on luxurious settings, creating the first truly sustainable and inclusive community markets. They started with a pilot project in 2015 during the World Expo in Milan, regenerating a 150,000 sq.ft. disused railway station. The development of the first Mercato Metropolitano was carefully planned to retain the site’s original appearance, which nurtured the … Continue reading Mercato Metropolitano to open new site at Mayfair

Sexy Mamma Love Cicchetti

When I looked up places to eat in Nottingham, one of my first choice was Sexy Mamma Love Spaghetti. I could live on Italian food for the rest of my life, so I do often go to Italian restaurants, wherever I travel. Now that’s said, I am also living in a magical world, and sometimes I just wonder into places, assuming that they are the ones I was looking for. And I don’t realise that they are indeed not… In this particular scenario, I walked into a restaurant, got surprised by the completely different menu, but still proceeded to order … Continue reading Sexy Mamma Love Cicchetti