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The roof appears barren to the naked eye, but it's Tic Tac's hunting ground.
Cats don't want to destroy our furniture, but they need good alternatives.
Those cosmetics companies know a thing or two about our deep-seated instinct to survive – to the tune of billions of dollars in anti-ageing notions, potions and creams.
While on pilgrimage in India, the writer and his wife also came across many varieties of beautiful birds.
Amin Taasha’s art is a unique fusion of Asian cultural influences alongside post-contemporary art ideals, featuring ancient Persian script, Buddhist iconography and figures referencing 7th to 11th century Afghan miniature paintings; which join forces with Chinese ink-styled modified strokes.
Clark spent weeks in a coma and almost a year in various hospitals. A brain injury slowed his speech, his motor skills, his memory. Numerous bones were broken. His legs, arms, feet, shoulders, hands – almost nothing works the way it used to.
The transformative potential of found objects are explored in Chang Yoong Chia’s Second Life at the National Arts Gallery
The crows bring large, nut-type husks the size of walnuts and use the roof as an anvil to break them open. Besides their clamouring, there is another problem of the nut husks clogging up the rain gutters.
Australian cosmeceutical skincare brand Skin Doctors has created two vitamin-based anti-ageing skincare that is affordable and efficient.
It's not the long-awaited sixth book in the ‘Song Of Ice And Fire’ series, but George R.R. Martin's latest 'Fire And Blood' tells the history of the Targaryens in Westeros.