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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
It’s always fun when one of your favorite actors pops up in an unexpected place, you know, like a music video. …Read Now
By Jon Langford | Posted on June 10th, 2014
As far as World Cup draws go, both England and the U.S. have been dealt tough hands. Here’s a team-by-team guide to the two nations’ groups:
Have you always assumed you’d return to the homeland when the timing was right? Take note: many expats love their new American life so much they decide to stay put. Read on to find out if you’re one of them.
By James Bartlett | Posted on April 18th, 2013
In a recent interview for Mind the Gap, Lisa Powers at Ye Olde Kings Head pub in Santa Monica, California, told us that new-in-town Brits come through the door and ask two things. The first is whether there are any positions open; and, …
Working as a journalist in Los Angeles, I often read requests for people who can speak and understand “British English” or “American English” – but what does that mean? As a new arrival in the U.S.