Native Americans have a name for the full moon of every month in the calendar, including Wolf Moon for January, Snow Moon for February and Worm Moon for March – then Flower Moon in May. Strawberry Moon is for June, Buck Moon is for July and Sturgeon Moon is for August. … [Read more...] about ‘Pink Supermoon’ shines on lockdown Britain: People across the country look to the skies as brightest moon of the year puts on giant rose-tinted display
Brightest young things
However, in the coronavirus law which was rushed through the Commons last month, it says the Health Secretary must review the lockdown measures by the 16 April at the latest - next Thursday. … [Read more...] about Young people could be let out of coronavirus lockdown first, experts say
Four-year-old Rylyn Clark was recorded at his family home in Massachusetts, America. The young star gave the heart-warming performance directly to camera while telling those watching that 'every little thing is gonna be alright' … [Read more...] about ‘Every little thing’s gonna be all right’: Little boy melts hearts with his adorable version of a Bob Marley song
She does not take issue with Orwell (he would admire the way she weaves South African politics into her narrative), but her triumph is to show that the will to write may not always be rational. From the start, as a teenager scribbling on napkins in London's cafes, she was making it up as she went along. She quotes Polish theatre director Zofia Kalinska: "We always hesitate when we wish for something. In my theatre, I like to show the hesitation and not to conceal it." Levy adds: "it is the story of this hesitation that is the point of writing". It gives one – as does everything in this original, dreamy, unmissable essay – pause for thought. … [Read more...] about Things I Don’t Want to Know by Deborah Levy – review
3) Los Angeles Lakers Not many teams in sports manage to fail up like the Lakers, who find themselves in the thick of the championship hunt despite a bevy of backroom drama including the surprise resignation of team president Magic Johnson and a muddled coaching search that ended with the appointment of Frank Vogel. The splashy trade for Anthony Davis gives them a second franchise player alongside LeBron James, making them instant contenders if both stay healthy despite the steep cost of Lonzo Ball, Brandon Ingram and Josh Hart, three first-round picks, a pick exchange and cash. The failed courtship of Kawhi Leonard, who signed with their Staples Center co-tenants, was followed quickly by a series of tactical signings including Danny Green, Quinn Cook and Jared Dudley. They also added DeMarcus Cousins, who is a question mark after injuries sustained during the playoffs but who could pose a nightmare for opposing frontcourts alongside Davis if he’s even anything resembling his old … [Read more...] about After a crazy summer, who rules the NBA?