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This is a tale of many parts, some of the most interesting of which have nothing to do with a …Read Now
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By Ruth Margolis | Posted on December 5th, 2014
British expats in the U.S. fall into two tidy categories.
Pet Relocation, based out of Austin, Texas, acts as a travel agent when relocating your pet, whether it be in the United States or overseas, offering services like corporate and military pet relocation, the relocation of large and …
By Ruth Margolis | Posted on December 2nd, 2014
Can’t stand the thought of giving up your very British bulldog just because you’re relocating to America? So, bring him with you. But before you crate up your mutt or moggy, consider the following.
In 2012, the news was abuzz with a very colorful story. In Beverly Hills, a new ATM was open for business, though this one was very unusual. It didn’t dispense money; it gave out something far tastier: gourmet cupcakes.
By Kevin Wicks | Posted on November 27th, 2014
Can Brits do Thanksgiving? Of course, they can.
Get ready, pet owners! While there is no @MindtheGap_BBCA #MindTheChat on Twitter this Wednesday (November 25), we invite you to prepare for next week’s session (December 3) on the non-human bundles of joy in your lives—your …
By Ruth Margolis | Posted on November 25th, 2014
Don’t be fooled into thinking Thanksgiving is all about the food. Many Americans are just as passionate about the retail deals to be had the following day as they are about turkey and cranberries.
British people get the majority of their complaining done in private, hours after the offending incident took place. Registering even the teensiest bit of displeasure in a public, sober setting is virtually unthinkable.
Since 2007, the NFL has exported regular season games to London where quarterbacks, wide receivers and tight ends have thrilled Brits at a packed Wembley Stadium. So it’s time for those of you who haven’t yet picked a team to pledge …
By Helen Donahue | Posted on November 20th, 2014
Chef James Briscione‘s career began humbly; he was a football star and dishwasher at a brunch spot in his adolescence. He turned down a college football scholarship to ascend the back-of-house restaurant ladder and became an …