Mallorca’s Feast of Assumption Events Ideal For a Spanish Break

Every year, British holidaymakers flock to the Spanish island of Mallorca for their summer holidays and it is no wonder – the largest of all the islands in the Balearic set is famed for the brilliant mix of relaxing sun holiday and culture-tinged break that it offers visitors. With the chance to stay in your… Continue reading Mallorca’s Feast of Assumption Events Ideal For a Spanish Break

Why India Willoughby Is Not Representative of Trans People

When I saw that India Willoughby was going into the Celebrity Big Brother House #CBB, I thought that this would be good for the trans community and help improve attitudes towards trans people. In the past, trans people have always been popular on Big Brother, and India already has a high profile as a newsreader… Continue reading Why India Willoughby Is Not Representative of Trans People

Indecent Dressing Among Women

I wonder why women should go about wearing cloths that will expose all their hot parts even in very cold weather. Because of this, some public places such as churches place posters on their gates to warn against indecent dressing. Also some high institutions in Nigeria such as NAU under the administration of Prof. Ilochi… Continue reading Indecent Dressing Among Women

Top 10 Recital Rules For Audience Members

With summer fast approaching many studios are preparing for end-of-school-year recitals. An important aspect of a successful piano recital is the observance of proper recital etiquette. Below are the top ten rules that audience members should observe when attending a recital. The Audience: (1) Arrive on time, or a little early. When audience members arrive… Continue reading Top 10 Recital Rules For Audience Members

History of Skincare Part 14: The Baroque Era, 1600-1699

The Reign of Ornamentation In many ways, the seventeenth century began where the sixteenth century left off. Taking their example from royalty such as Queen Elizabeth of England and the queen of Spain, also named Elizabeth, women wore elaborately-constructed gowns that featured structured neck ruffs, form-fitting bodices and stiff, wide skirts. The seventeenth century was… Continue reading History of Skincare Part 14: The Baroque Era, 1600-1699