Stroll around Moray Place and nearby Darnaway Street, peer into the private Moray Gardens, and Belgravia is immediately evoked. The producers were amazed at how little they had to tweak. The history is similar too, as Edinburgh’s New Town and Belgravia were both built for newly moneyed classes seeking space and luxury. Check out how they lived at the nearby Georgian House. See nts.org.uk/visit/places/georgian-house … [Read more...] about Here are some of the amazing locations used to film posh drama Belgravia
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Fisker plans to reveal the off-road version of the Ocean SUV in 2021 to showcase the electric SUV’s application as an electric alternative to current military transport and replacement for a gas-powered consumer off-road vehicles. Fisker claims the low center of gravity provided by the battery pack is a massive advantage for off-roading in addition to the torque of the electric motors. … [Read more...] about Fisker Ocean To Get The Off-Road Treatment
The end But he never gave up the dream of flying again. At the age of 77, perhaps because of a political favor, Glenn got a chance to fly on the space shuttle in 1998. According to Logsdon, Glenn got a ride after lobbying NASA Administrator Dan Goldin. The space agency essentially "made up" the rationale of researching aging in space. But given Glenn's history and unwarranted relegation to non-flying status after his Mercury mission, Logsdon said Glenn should not be begrudged the flight. Because of his age, Glenn had to be helped considerably by the other astronauts while in orbit for nine days. … [Read more...] about John Glenn, the last of the Mercury Seven astronauts, has died
Hype talks, but money walks. The early euphoria in the cannabis stock market has been replaced by a major dose of paranoia. All cannabis stocks have tanked, with an average 50% wipeout in value right across Canada and the US in the last year. Major players such as Aurora Cannabis took the biggest hit, with its shares falling from US$12.83 in March 2019 to US$2 today. Another bud behemoth, Tilray, has also had its share price slashed by 80%, from over US$81 to US$16 within a year. Other cannabis giants including Aphria lost 60% of their paper value in 2019, while Canopy Growth sank by 54%. Financing has dried up for the new industry, and small-scale retail investors – often young professionals investing via smartphone apps – have lost large sums of money. None of this is to assert that Canada’s policy has been a failure. If we compare it to the UK cannabis industry, where illegally trafficked children have been found enslaved in abandoned buildings growing cannabis for … [Read more...] about Stoners cheered when Canada legalised cannabis. How did it go so wrong?
The problem for EPS and the AIADMK in having a pre-poll tie-up with the BJP is two-fold, or even multi-fold. One, there is greater traction for the BJP among ‘soft Hindutva’ voters, who are an emerging phenomenon over the past nearly two decades, as much in ‘Dravidian’ Tamil Nadu as elsewhere across the country. In elections 2019, their numbers may not be as high as seven per cent as it was for BJP’s Vajpayee (1998-99) and Narendra Modi (2014), but could well be more than the party’s traditional 2-3 per cent, as evidenced whenever it had contested the polls on its own. … [Read more...] about EPS does a Jaya but like her, can he keep the BJP at bay?