Canada is not the only place where ice shelves have melted. ''There aren't very many ice shelves around the Arctic anymore,'' Copland said. ''It seems we've lost pretty much all of them from northern Greenland and the Russian Arctic. There may be a few in a few protected fjords.'' … [Read more...] about Canada’s last Arctic ice shelf breaks apart due to warming
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Not all informal evictions are done maliciously - some landlords work out a handshake agreement with tenants to move out and keep the eviction from appearing on the tenants' record, which can badly impede their ability to rent elsewhere. But Taylor said her organisation is seeing more cases of landlords using aggressive, illegal tactics to bully renters out of the property, or conversely, proposing unconscionable deals that would allow a tenant to stay - like having sex with a landlord in exchange for rent. … [Read more...] about Coronavirus: Why US is expecting an ‘avalanche’ of evictions
El Piano If there was one serious oversight in my original 2009 “budget eats” guide, it was not paying full due respect to this vegan veteran. Its soups, dhals, top-ranking falafel, hummus and tinas (fried carrot patties of remarkable ersatz-creaminess; it’s the coconut milk apparently), are the stuff of local legend and tasty enough to have persuaded many sceptical carnivores to come around. You can eat in of course, in the bright, surprisingly Andalucian-styled cafe-restaurant (El Piano has sister branches in southern Spain), but the takeaway hatch is where you will find a serious bargain. The various Hispanic, Indian and Mediterranean meal-boxes are great, filling value and full of sunny flavours. Those struggling after a heavy night out on York’s tiles, please note: El Piano’s “morning after” breakfast platter of various healthy and restorative items also includes a potentially life-saving shot of tequila.• Takeaway … [Read more...] about Top 10 budget restaurants, cafes and pubs in York
Yes, I am now quite happy to throw my clothes to the wind, to convene with nature in my most natural state. And I like it, because there is something truly liberating about sitting in the nuddy on the banks of a lake, knowing nobody will bat an eyelid. Except, perhaps, the British newcomers hiding behind their sunglasses. But even they'll come round eventually. … [Read more...] about Berlin and beyond: Who needs a bikini?
Alfredo Rodriguez, who worked as a butler and chauffeur and managed Epstein’s Palm Beach residence, told detectives he was like a “human ATM machine” and had been told to maintain a minimum balance of $2,000 (£1,650) cash at all times to pay the girls. … [Read more...] about Paedophile Jeffrey Epstein ‘sent red roses to underage victim’s school desk’