Bombing the Innocent

Girls were attacked Monday night. When a suicide bomber decided to target Ariana Grande’s concert at the Manchester Arena on Monday night, girls were his target. Concerts, sporting events, and other large gatherings of people are prime targets for terrorists:...

Review: The Foundling Museum – a hidden gem

The small but grand building for the Foundling Museum is tucked away in a corner of London rarely visited by your traditional tourist. Upon finding it, however, I found a fantastic little museum with great potential. We entered the museum not really knowing what to...

Famous Courtesans: Jane Shore

  Jane Shore (c.1445 – c.1527) was the mistress of Edward IV during the last decade of his life. She was born in London as a part of the merchant class, the daughter of John and Amy Lambert. Her father was a successful business man, and Jane spent many days...

Famous Courtesans: Harriette Wilson

Harriette Wilson (22 February 1786 Р10 March 1845) was a Regency courtesan. She had many high profile clients including the Prince of Wales; Arthur Wellsley, 1st Duke of Wellington; Lord Melbourne’s son the honourable Frederick Lamb; and the...

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