Since we moved over to our current theme on the 1st January this year, we have not had Friend Profiles like we did on the old theme. We are going to change this over the next few days so that all being well you will be able to see who else is a Friend of The Bears. Please can you all ensure your profiles are up to date ready for inclusion on our Friend’s Page. If you do not want your profile to be visible through the new Friends of The Bears page then lets us know and we will not include your profile for viewing.
A number of foods and drinks are protected by European laws to help protect their heritage. Champagne, as an example, can only be made in the Champagne region of France and anyone else who makes a similar product has to call it Sparkling Wine. Cornish Pasties, Cumberland Sausages, Melton Mowbray Pies have also been granted the same protection as Champagne, Parma Ham and Kalamata Olives. All these products have protected geographical status by the European Union, offering them a legal protection from imitators.
Tonight we are watching The European Cup Final so are unavailable. So Instead of a post, we thought we would have one of our infamous Open Nights. Just in case you are unfamiliar with these events, then let me explain. If you visit the blog on an “It’s Good To Talk” day, then you have to leave a comment behind because, after all, it is usually good to talk. It can be on any subject you choose and the more random you make it, usually the funnier we all find it. Just comment with whatever comes into your head or if you are new to the blog just say “Hello”. Anything goes on an Open Night and Random is cool.
EEach Day, Razzi and I drive around Birkenhead and Liverpool as part of our job and pass some of the most spectacular buildings, sights, ships – you name it we see it. In deed both Liverpool and Birkenhead have a long and colourful history. Today in a new feature, we thought we would start highlighting some of the things we see around Liverpool and Birkenhead…
Cheers ring out and fans shout his name when he ambles on stage. He still fills concert halls around the world on his tour that never ends. He has millions in the bank and mansions dotted around the world. Yet a quiet corner of North London might be the one place that music legend Bob Dylan truly feels at home. Dylan, who turned 70 yesterday, has become a frequent visitor to the Indian restaurants in Crouch End where he often passes unnoticed in the crowd. Rumours abound that he was going to buy a home in the area, which he got to know while working at pal Dave Stewart’s nearby recording studio.