If you want to inspire your cooking and reinvigorate your palate, it might be time to check out a new cooking TV show. Since Julia Child burst on to the scene in 1963, weâ€™ve turned to chefs on our TV screens to help us learn new skills, teach us about unique and rare ingredients, and inspire us with succulent dishes prepared right before our eyes.
Few things disrupt the norm like an assassination. And that is most certainly by design. Most of the figureheads that line the pages of this article, at one point, enjoyed unparalleled control over a whole lot of people. In many cases, their deaths were even more important. A premature end to an important figure can spark chaos, confusion, and harsh reactions the world over. And thatâ€™s par for the course for these historical figures.
Although Canada is generally content to leave America to their fist-shaking and other shows of dominance on the world stage, there are some things of theirs that they know America canâ€™t live without. Weâ€™re not talking about softwood lumber or steel. Weâ€™re talking about the celebrities that creep down south every year, hide their Canadian accents, and star in American movies.
One of the most exciting parts about a sporting event is watching athletes, who present us with examples of all that we can accomplish if we put our focus on physical prowess. While all athletes train to get their bodies into shape, some special athletes are born with an enhanced physique that allows them to literally stand head and shoulders above the competition.
While the actual ceremonies themselves are hours long, filled with both commercial breaks and awkward banter from often-second rate hosts, the one aspect of award shows that remains exciting year after year is the red-carpet arrivals. Itâ€™s thrilling to see what people are wearing â€” even the most boring presenter can be elevated to star status depending on their sartorial choices.
The May 19th wedding of Prince Harry and Meghan Markle â€” now titled the Duke and Duchess of Sussex â€” was celebrated around the world. Even people who loathe the pomp and ceremony (and excessive spending!) of a royal wedding were sucked into the simple elegance of the couple, and the meaningful touches that the new Duke and Duchess put on the ancient and traditional ceremony.
If youâ€™re lucky enough to score an invitation to Prince Harry and Meghan Markleâ€™s upcoming wedding, chances are you already know a little about royal etiquette. However, even if youâ€™re not invited, itâ€™s fun to brush up on royal etiquette, so you can better appreciate the lengths that people go to when they show respect and homage to the crown.
We hate to break it to you, but chances are, if you were going to be invited to the Royal Wedding of Prince Harry and Megan Markle in May, youâ€™d have already received your invitation. Even if youâ€™ll be watching from home instead of sitting in the pews at St. Georgeâ€™s Chapel, there are still things you need to know about royal dress code and etiquette in order to fully appreciate the traditional ensembles youâ€™ll see making their way down the aisle.
Whether you are talking the Olympics, hockey, basketball, or even the world of pro wrestling, athletes hold a special place in the hearts of the public. Their wins are inspiring, they act as heroes to many, and sometimes hold the pride of a city, region, or even country within their athletic abilities and accomplishments. Which is why fans mourn tremendously when a beloved athlete passes on.