November 23, 2018 – Another week goes flying by! We hope yours was a good one and that you have fabulous plans for the weekend. But first, here’s this week’s buzz:
Hmm. We’ve been wondering what would make a really good Instagram story. Maybe a photographer traveling through Finland with her dog? Possibly.
This is a piece we found both highly amusing and wildly important. The Cut reveals how and why to cultivate a villain’s evil laugh.
We also enjoyed BBC’s look at 10 personality traits for which there is no English translation. Do you sometimes exhibit ochtendhumeur?
For those of you who will be in town, Tatler has a list of London’s best festive events for the holiday season. If you’re not from London, do come and visit us immediately!
Speaking of our fair city, Londnr magazine has a fascinating look at the history of the London mews.
How sweet! Readers worldwide are rejoicing at the news that a little bookstore in Merseyside finally sold a book that had been sitting on the shelf for 27 years. We’re not crying, you’re crying!
Apparently, Monaco is investing 2.3 billion dollars in a project to extend the principality into the Mediterranean Sea. Well, it is quite small at the moment.
And lastly, Town and Country has a sneak peek at the new Downton Abbey film coming out next year. When is it coming out? What’s the plot? What will Mary wear? Tell us!!!
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