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Monthly Archives: July 2013
By Ruth Margolis | Posted on July 30th, 2013
I gave birth to a 7 lb. 2 oz., hirsute and screechy baby girl at New York University hospital late this February.
Alas, the U.S. doesn’t currently issue visas for emigrating pets, and they’re not likely to introduce a four-legged aisle at Grosvenor Square anytime soon.
It’s a cliché that Brits have notoriously bad teeth, and whether that’s true or not (thank you Austin Powers!) it is true to say that they’re renowned for their very sweet teeth.
Whatever their winters, many states in the U.S. experience significant heat in the summer.
By James Bartlett | Posted on July 16th, 2013
With less than a month left before her four-year posting comes to an end, Dame Barbara Hay found it hard to single out her favorite moment here — there had been so many to choose from.
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on July 15th, 2013
Do you have what it takes to make it in one of the world’s toughest, most competitive markets? If you’re British and have ambitions to start a business here in the States, this week’s #MindTheChat (Friday, July 19 at 1 …
By Ruth Margolis | Posted on July 11th, 2013
America has been at the forefront of innovation and cultural trends, but when it swings and misses, it really misses. Here are six U.S. crazes apparently thought up just to annoy Brits:
By Ruth Margolis | Posted on July 9th, 2013
Even if you set out to befriend only locals, you’ll inevitably find yourself cozying up to other Brits. And when this happens, you’ll have a lot to chat (read: moan) about…
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on July 8th, 2013
When you’re a newcomer to America, far away from family and the creature comforts of home, is it worth getting involved in an expat organization to meet fellow stateside Brits? What benefits can expat groups give to a Brit abroad, …
By James Bartlett | Posted on July 4th, 2013
At the Gielgud Theatre in London recently, Helen Mirren took her final bow as Queen Elizabeth II in the play The Audience, which was directed by Stephen Daldrey and written by Peter Morgan. Morgan was also the writer of 2006 film The …