Articles Tagged with england

NFL Plans to Field London Team By 2022

NFL looking to move to London

It was reported several weeks ago that the NFL was planning to have at least one, if not two, teams in Los Angeles in the next two years. Well, it looks like Los Angeles isn’t the only major city the NFL wants to field a team, as they’re looking to either move a current franchise… Read more »

Mysterious ‘Flying Man’ Buzzes Aircraft At 3,500 Feet

Air traffic controllers were unable to spot the flying man on radar.

Pilots of a passenger plane over England were stunned recently, when an object they describe as a “flying man” buzzed past their aircraft, at a height of 3,500 feet. The bizarre incident took place as the Airbus 320 was preparing to land at Manchester Airport on July 13, according to The Mirror. Appearing seemingly from… Read more »

2015 Glastonbury Festival Sells Out In Record Time

2015 Glastonbury Festival Sells 135,000 Tickets In 26 Minutes

Amid rumors of high profile, legendary potential headliners including Fleetwood Mac, Queen, and AC/DC, 2015’s Glastonbury festival in Somerset, England, sold out all 135,000 tickets in an astounding 26 minutes. Glastonbury has become a leading festival not only in Europe but worldwide, thanks to its reputation for always delivering stellar lineups. Performers for the 2015… Read more »

ISIS: Is America Going To War?

According to statement by White House, America is at war with ISIS.

ISIS has been a debated topic within the United States for a while now. On September 10, President Barack Obama addressed the nation about the role America intended to play in controlling the threat of ISIS. He spoke of the group as ISIL, another name for ISIS or Islamic State, and explained the complete and… Read more »

Loch Ness Monster In England? Stunning Photo Reveals ‘Bownessie’

Resembling the Loch Ness Monster, "Bownessie" inhabits England's Lake District.

As a vote on Scottish independence moves forward, one of the country’s most famous residents seems to have skipped town as a stunning new photo reveals a creature resembling the Loch Ness Monster in England’s Lake Windermere. Ellie Williams captured the amazing photograph, according to The Mirror, which depicts a lake monster resembling the fabled… Read more »

Stephen Sutton Continues To Inspire, Even After Death

Mourners show a "thumbs up" in honor of Stephen Sutton.

Thousands of mourners participated in a two day vigil for Stephen Sutton in Staffordshire, England this week. The 19-year-old died on May 14, having been diagnosed with terminal cancer at age 15. Sutton spent the past several years relentlessly campaigning for The Teenage Cancer Trust. He raised over £4 million for the UK charity that… Read more »

Mother Angry Son Can’t Wear Dress To Church Playgroup

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Romeo Clarke is no longer allowed to wear dresses to his church playgroup. The 5-year-old boy’s parents are very upset that the boy cannot don his favorite pink dress and go to the after school activity. According to the child’s mother, Romeo has about 100 favorite dresses and often wears them around the house in… Read more »

Ed Sheeran May Surprise You

Ed Sheeran

Ed Sheeran is a twenty-three year old guy with a young spirit, yet an old soul. We like that about Ed. You may have certain notions about what Sheeran is all about with his pop music, touring with Taylor Swift, dating Ellie Goulding and partying with the likes of Gavin DeGraw. But this Brit is… Read more »

How Royal Baby Made History Even Before He Was Born

Royal baby changed history

The royal baby’s birth was a historic event, just because it happened, it gave a new heir to the British throne, but even before Prince George was born he was changing the way royals did things. This lists some of the firsts that came with Prince George Alexander Louis. Heir No Matter What The Gender… Read more »

Boulby Mine Bacteria Means Aliens Or Something [Video]

Boulby mine

Boulby Mine’s bacteria population might hold clues that can help us understand alien life, according to researchers. The mine runs through North Yorkshire on the north-end of England and is normally mined for salt and potash. It’s one of the deepest mines in Europe, and UK Centre for Astrobiology at the University of Edinburgh Professor… Read more »