Karin Brulliard, The Washington Post Published 11:38 am PDT, Tuesday, September 25, 2018 Feeding time at God's Little People cat rescue, a sanctuary in Greece that received nearly 40,000 applications in response to a job ad. Feeding time at God's Little People cat rescue, a sanctuary in Greece that received nearly 40,000 applications in response to a job ad. Photo: Courtesy Of Joan And Richard Bowell Pepper, the first stray cat that the Bowells took in, relaxes on the sanctuary grounds. Pepper, the first stray cat that the Bowells took in, relaxes on the sanctuary grounds. Photo: Courtesy Joan And Richard Bowell Some of the 70 or so cats cared for at God's Little People in Syros, Greece. Some of the 70 or so cats cared for at God's Little People in Syros, Greece. Photo: Courtesy Of … [Read more...] about Nearly 40,000 people applied to run a cat sanctuary on a Greek island
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Amy McRary and Maggie Jones Knoxville News Sentinel Published 1:00 p.m. UTC Sep 5, 2018 Knoxville and East Tennessee are ringing in the start of fall with plenty of things to do. From festivals of many kinds to a 1998 Tennessee football game screening and some outdoor movies, here's what's coming up in September. Vols season sale: $1 for 3 months unlimited digital. Special introductory offer for new subscribers only Sequoyah Museum's Cherokee Fall Festival: Sept. 8-9 The Sequoyah Birthplace Museum on HIghway 360 in Vonore hosts its 27th annual Cherokee Fall Festival 10 a.m.-5 pm. Sept. 8-9. Native American food, demonstrations of Cherokee arts and crafts and music are part of the festival. There'll be re-enactors of 18th-century Cherokee life and others setting up a Civil War encampment and battle re-enactment. Tickets are $10 for adults, $5 for children ages 13 to 18, free for children ages 12 and younger. Info: sequoyahmuseum.org. … [Read more...] about What’s going on in Knoxville, East Tennessee in September?
The year 2016 in pictures: Part I Photographs from January to June on a range of topics from around the world. See Part II--By Lloyd Young 1 Fireworks light the sky over Copacabana beach during New Year's Eve celebrations in Rio de Janeiro, Brazil. (Mauro Pimentel/Associated Press) 2 Geovane Silva holds his son Gustavo Henrique, who has microcephaly, at the Oswaldo Cruz Hospital in Recife, Brazil, on Jan. 26. Health authorities in the Brazilian state at the center of a rapidly spreading Zika outbreak have been overwhelmed by the alarming surge in cases of babies born with microcephaly, a neurological disorder associated to the mosquito-borne virus. (Ueslei Marcelino/Reuters) 3 Duane Ehmer rides his horse Hellboy at the occupied Malheur National Wildlife Refuge on the sixth day of the occupation of the federal building in Burns, Ore., on Jan. 7. (Rob Keff/AFP/Getty Images) 4 Audience member Robin Roy (center) reacts as US Republican presidential candidate Donald Trump greets … [Read more...] about 2016 Year in Pictures: Part I
Other island silhouettes on the horizon, a transparent sea lapping a sand or pebble shore (there’s a special Greek word for the sound – flísvos), a congenial beach bar a few steps away… for many visitors, these are the essentials of a holiday in the Greek islands. Venture further inland, however, and you will find atmospheric villages and monasteries, world-class museums and a laid-back lifestyle pursued mostly in public. Corfu Corfu has figured in our consciousness since Edward Lear visited and painted while it was a British possession from 1814 to 1864. It’s one of the greenest of the Greek islands – thanks to intermittent but torrential rains from September to June, and the thousands of olive trees that carpet the landscape. It is also, perhaps surprisingly, one of the more rural, sleepy islands away from the touristic honeypots. Where to stay Delfino Blu Boutique Hotel Corfu, Greece 9 Telegraph expert rating On the northern … [Read more...] about The best Greek Island hotels
July 12, 2017 6:21 PM Are you hungry yet?Sharpen that appetite and have a seat. Newsday’s fifth annual A-list of Long Island restaurants is set for 2017. After 12 months of dining out, reassessing previous winners and finding full-flavored newcomers, Newsday’s food staff has debated and digested the findings. Note: Most dishes mentioned are samples of the restaurants’ menus and may not be available at all times. Seasonal changes and dish substitutions are common. fine dining 18 Bay The "Italian-inspired" cuisine of chefs Elizabeth Ronzetti and Adam Kopels soars via a fixed-price menu that changes weekly, with four antipasti, handmade pasta and a choice of main dish and dessert. Recommended: Striped bass crudo, lobster-and-potato salad, purslane with local peaches and crushed almond, grilled lamb spiedini with mint, sauteed Atlantic halibut with pistou, roasted Rohan duck breast with cherries and gingered turnips, local peach and cherry cobbler. … [Read more...] about Top Long Island restaurants of 2017: Eat here now